- 1 Status summary
- 2 Biography
- 3 DNA results R-FT150694
- 4 References & External Links
Completed as of November 12, 2021:
- Recruiting additional direct male-line descendants of William Sabin (and preferably though his son Samuel) for further SNP testing - anyone interested in submitting their DNA for testing should contact MayflowerDNA1620@gmail.com
Still to do as of November 10, 2020
- NGS/WGS test additional descendants of William Sabin to confirm assignment as well as test descendants to discover any subclades unique to descendants lines
For additional information see: Hodge, Harriet W. (rev. 2001 by Robert S. Wakefield) (rev. 2014 by John Bradley Arthaud), Mayflower Families through Five Generations vol. 21 [Billington], part 1. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymouth, MA 2nd Ed 2014 and Arthaud, John Bradley (reviewed by Jane Fletcher Fiske), Mayflower Families through Five Generations vol. 21 [Billington], part 2. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymouth, MA 2017
Samuel Sabin was born at Rehoboth about 1640, the first child of William Sabin. Samuel died there 23 Sep 1699. He married Rehoboth 20 Jan 1663 Mary Billington and they had six children (Rehoboth): Samuel (1644), Mercy (1666), Sarah (1667), Israel (son 1673), Experience (1676-1676) and Mary (1678/9).
Samuel Sabin (II) was born Rehoboth 27 Nov 1664 and died there 7 Oct 1746. He married Rehoboth abt 1694 Grace3 Ormsby and they had seven children (Rehoboth): Isaac (1695/6), Samuel (1697), Grace (1699), Experience (?dau 1700), Patience (1704), Ebenezer (1705-1705) and Mercy/Mary (1706).
Israel Sabin was born Rehoboth 8 Jun 1673 and died there aft 1718. He married twice: First Rehoboth 20 May 1696 Mary Ormsby and second Swansea 29 Jun 1716 Elizabeth _____. By his first wife Israel had twelve children: Sarah, Elizabeth, Samuel, Israel (son), Jeremiah, Josiah, Margaret, William, Eleazor (d. young), Mary, Eleazor and Martha.
Isaac Sabin was born Rehoboth 2 Feb 1695/6 and died Norwich, CT 15 Jul 1756. He married Sarah Ormsbee and they had eight children: Isaac (1719 m Zerviah Reynolds), Eldad (1722 m Abigail Fox), Meribah (1725), Phineas (1727 m Abigail Burnham), Sarah (1731), Samuel (1733-1733), Sybil (1737), dau. (1741) d.y. and Anne 1742.
Samuel Sabin was born Rehoboth 29 Aug 1697 and married Ruth Read. They had at least: Elijah (1721 m Susannah Sharp).
Samuel Sabin was born Rehoboth 21 Jun 1700 and died Rehoboth bef 30 Jun 1756. He married 7 Nov 1727 Hannah Hall and they had at least three children: Sarah (1734), John (1736) and Samuel (1739 m Katherine Packer).
Israel Sabin (II) was born Rehoboth 8 Oct 1701 and died Plainfield 17 Aug 1761. He married abt 1740 Chloe Fuller and they had seven children: Thomas (1739 m Sarah ___), Chloe (1745), Amy (1747), Lucy (1747), Israel (son, 1749), Mary (1753) and Lydia (1755).
Jeremiah Sabin was born Rehoboth 26 Aug 1703 and died Pomfret, CT 20 Jan 1775. He married Kittery ME 23 Sep 1724 and they had six children: Mary (1726-1726), Sarah (1728-1729), son (1729), Jeremiah (1732), Simon (1734) and Esther (1736-1736).
(Capt.) Josiah Sabin was born Rehoboth 3 Jun 1705 and died Plainfield, CT bef 1752. He married Rehoboth 18 Nov 1724 Mary Guy and they had eight children (Rehoboth): Uriah (1725 m Mary ___), William (1728), Israel (1730 m Avis Bennett), Mary (1733), John (1736 m Kezia Barlow), Nathaniel (1738-1761 unm.), Daniel (1741-1743), Timothy (1744) and poss. Samuel.
William Sabin was born Rehoboth 14 Oct 1708 and died 2 Aug 1800. He married Rehoboth 21 Apr 1733 Phebe Eddy and they had at least three children: Lucy (1743), Eunice (1743) and Zebidiah (1745)
Eleazer Sabin was born Swansea 21 Jul 1713 and died 1746. He married twice, first 26 May 1732 Mary Cole and second, Jamestown, RI 21 Aug 1737 Abigail Osborne. It is currently unknown if he had any children by either wife.
DNA results R-FT150694
Previous Y-DNA testing
While Family Tree DNA currently does not have a Sabin surname DNA project, the Rehoboth (MA) DNA Project does have three Y-DNA descendants of William Sabin under their R1b- SABIN group.
One of the three individuals in the Rehoboth DNA project has taken a Big Y-700 test and has been found to fall under R-L23>Z2103>>Z2109>>CTS7556>Y5592>CTS9219>>BY250>BY3717>Y23493>FT91742>BY47087>FT150896>FT150694
Lineage of Y-DNA testers
Currently one individual who has Y-DNA tested has also revealed their Y-DNA line from Samuel Sabin.
William Sabin (1609) Samuel Sabin (c1640) Israel Sabin (1673) Jeremiah Sabin (1703) Jeremiah Sabin (c1732) Willoughby Sabean (c1756) David Sabean (1787) Joseph H. Sabean (1819) John Henry Sabine (1853) (Rev.) Ralph Tilley Sabine (1884) father of tester tester
References & External Links
- Hodge, Harriet W. (rev. 2001 by Robert S. Wakefield) (rev. 2014 by John Bradley Arthaud), Mayflower Families through Five Generations vol. 21 [Billington], part 1. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymouth, MA 2nd Ed 2014
- Arthaud, John Bradley (reviewed by Jane Fletcher Fiske), Mayflower Families through Five Generations vol. 21 [Billington], part 2. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymouth, MA 2017