"Thanks for the birthday wish, September!
I know Henniker very well...lived in Nashua before moving to Florida. Graduated from UMass (Amherst then Boston); actually lived in New England for 27 years. The world gets smaller every day."
"Hi Sheila - It would be great to share info on the Sampson line. Thanks for asking! My 3g-grandmother was Priscilla Sampson, b. 1776, youngest daughter of Benjamin Sampson and Esther Weston. Priscilla married Nathaniel Nye of Falmouth, and they had…"
Although the bulk of my research is the Stiles family from New England, I do have information about the Sampson family as they are "intertwined" in NH, and MA. I will gladly share what I have!"
My father in law, Warren Knapton, grew up on the Colby farm in Henniker, NH with Al Colby and Buelah; she was a telephone operator in Henniker Center. I forwarded this information to Warren so he could add information if you would like."
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Hi Sheila - It would be great to share info on the Sampson line. Thanks for asking! My 3g-grandmother was Priscilla Sampson, b. 1776, youngest daughter of Benjamin Sampson and Esther Weston. Priscilla married Nathaniel Nye of Falmouth, and they had one daughter, Elizabeth, who is my 2g-grandmother. What is your Sampson line? By the way, I couldn't help by notice the comment from Jim Avery about George Colby and Henniker (NH). . . Yes, I know it's NH ("the only Henniker on earth") because I went to college there (New England College). Are you related to the Colby's? Have you been there? It's a small world, isn't it? Thanks again.