Rev. Samuel Langton1

#3402, (23 October 1723 - 19 December 1794)
Father*Samuel Langton2 (s 1697 - )
Mother*Elizabeth Lee2 (1700 - 1750)

Family

Hannah Bragdon b. 1730
Children 1.Lucy Langton1 (1756 - )
 2.Elizabeth Langton1 (1758 - )
 3.Hannah Langton1 (1760 - )
 4.Samuel Langton1 (1762 - )
 5.Joseph Langton1 (1765 - )
 6.Timothy Langton1 (1768 - )
 7.Sarah Langton1 (1771 - )
Birth*23 October 1723He was born on 23 October 1723 at Farmington, Connecticut.2,3 
Marriage*19 October 1755He married Hannah Bragdon, daughter of Ens. Thomas Bragdon and Mary Came, on 19 October 1755 at York Co., MaineG.2 
Marriage21 December 1758 Rebeckah Smith and Josiah Bridges III were married by Rev. Samuel Langton on 21 December 1758 at York Co., MaineG.4 
Marriage30 July 1770 Hannah Garland and John Benjamin Bridges were married by Rev. Samuel Langton on 30 July 1770 at York Co., MaineG.5 
Death*19 December 1794He died on 19 December 1794 at York Co., MaineG, at age 71.6 

Citations

  1. [S378] Lester Mackenzie Bragdon and John Eldridge Frost, "Vital Records of York, Maine", New England Historical and Genealogical Register 109 etc. (1955 etc.): vol. 112, 1958, p. 103: "Daughter of Cap't Thomas Bragdon."
  2. [S172] Charles Edward Banks, History of York, Maine: Successively known as Bristol (1632), Agamenticus (1641), Gorgeana (1642), and York (1652) (Boston: Calkins Press, 1931–1935), II:86-87.
  3. [S1999] Rev. Samuel Lee, "Genealogy of the Descendants of John Lee", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register XXVIII (1874): p. 396.
  4. [S378] Lester Mackenzie Bragdon and John Eldridge Frost, "Vital Records of York, Maine", 115:63–64, "Josiah Bridges Jun'r and Rebeckah Smith both of York intend Marriage Enter'd Nov'r 11th 1758. Join'd in Marriage Dec'r 21 1758. by the Rev'd M'r Sam'l Lankton."
  5. [S378] Lester Mackenzie Bragdon and John Eldridge Frost, "Vital Records of York, Maine", 115:212, "John Bridges & Hannah Garland both of York intend Marriage Enterd July 14, 1770. Joind in Marriage July 30, 1770 by Rev Saml Langton."
  6. [S172] Charles Edward Banks, History of York Maine (Banks), II:86-87, citing his burial stone. "This stone erected to the memory of Rev. Samuel Langton, third pastor of the Second Church in York [...] died 19 Dec. 1794 aetatis 71."