Looking to place the Samuel Lore of this will, and the identity of his wife, children's spouses and whether they stayed on Long Island:
Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744 Pg 297
Page 390.--In the name of God, Amen, February 22, 1738. I, SAMUEL LORE, yeoman, of the town of Southold, being sick, I leave to my wife Hannah 1/3 of all movables, and the use of 1/3 of the real estate, while she remains my widow. I leave to my sons John and Jeremy all my lands, tenements, and meadows, and make them executors. I leave to my son Ephraim œ12, "when he arrives to the age of a man." And to my son Job œ12 when he is of age. I leave to my son Samuel, a negro boy, and to my son Hezekiah œ12 when of age. I leave to my daughters Sarah and Hannah, each 2 cows and 6 sheep.
Witnesses, Josiah Robins, James Petty, James Sill. Proved, March 27, 1740.
Also, is this the Samuel Loring in the 1698 Southold Census?
1698 Census: Loring:
John, Richard, Samuel, John junjr, William, Thomas(750-755)
Also these Salmon Record entries
John Lore to Hannah Brown, Feb 21, 1740, Southold.
Eunice Lore to William Mapes, May 19, 1735, Southold.