Sampson ~ Generation 0

DNA matches have been found descending from three of the children of William Sampson and Ann Newham, these being from John (1757), William (1761) and Joshua (1763).

This confirms that it was correct to unite William (living in Leicestershire) with the rest of the family at Royston, Hertfordshire.

William SAMPSON married Ann NEWHAM.
The marriage was on 10 Feb 1757 at Royston, Hertfordshire; William was a Sojourner, and Ann was of the parish of Royston (ref fmp Hertfordshire marriages).

Probable burial of William Sampson, occupation Hemp Dresser, on 30 Dec 1768 at Royston (ref fmp Hertfordshire burials).


Marriage 21 Jul 1771 at Royston of Mrs Ann Sampson, widow, to James BROWN, widower & Sojourner (ref fmp Hertfordshire marriages). The Banns were 23 Jun, 30 Jun, 7 July.
No further information found.

  Children of William and Ann:  
1. John SAMPSON bap 1757 at Royston, Hertfordshire  
2. Ann SAMPSON bap 1759 at Royston, Hertfordshire  
3. William SAMPSON bap 1761 at Royston, Hertfordshire  
4. Joshua SAMPSON bap 1763 at Royston, Hertfordshire  
5. Peter SAMPSON bap 1765 at Royston, Hertfordshire  
6. Thomas SAMPSON bap 1766 at Royston, Hertfordshire  
7. Philip SAMPSON bap 1769 at Royston, Hertfordshire  
  Children of Ann and James:  
1. Mary BROWN bap 1772 at Royston, Hertfordshire  
2. Eleanor BROWN bap 1773 at Royston, Hertfordshire  

Last modified 4 Oct 2019