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Richard Warren Of the Mayflower, and Some of His Descendants, by Mrs. Washington A. Roebling, 1901,NEHGR Vol 55, pg 165:
13. Samuel Warren, was born prob. at Middleborough, 7 March 1682-3, and died there about Jan, 1750. His residence was at Middleborough, on the Mamasket River, where he was an extensive land holder, and where he conveyed at various times certain portions of his real estate to his children: by deed of 2 June 1739, to son Cornelius, lot called the "Six and Twenty Mens Purchase"; of 4 and 5 Feb. 1741, to son Samuel and dau. Joanna Barlow; and of 22 Aug. 1745, to sons Benjamin and Josiah. Letters of administration of his estate were granted to son Samuel Warren, 4 Feb 1750. The division of his estate, 3 Aug 1752, mentioned widow Sarah, eldes son Samuel, the representatives of son Cornelius, sons James, Nathan, Josiah and Benjamin and daus. Priscilla, Joanna and Sarah.
He m. 28 January 1703, Eleanor, dau. of Isaac Billington by his wife Hannah Glass. Both Mr. Warren and his wife were menbers of the First Church of Middleborough, having been admitted thereto, 6 July 1729.
Mayflower Families in Progress (MFIP), Richard Warren of the Mayflower and His Descendants for Four Generations compiled by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, Janice A. Beebe and others, Fifth Edition, publ. by General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1995, Page 136:
Samuel Warren b. Plymouth 7 March 1682/3; Middleborough bef 4 Feb. 1750 when adm. granted.
He m. Middleborough, 26 Jan. 1703/4 Eleanor Billington, b. prob. Middleborough ca. 1683; d. aft 3 Aug. 1752; dau. of Isaac and Hannah (Glass) Billington, a descendant of Pilgrim John Billington.
On 4 Feb. 1750 administration of the estate of Samuel Warren of Middleborough was granted to his son, Samuel Warren. The inv. was filed 21 Feb. 1750, containing an account of the value of property already given by Samuel Warren to each of his children. Distribution of the remaining estate was ordered 3 Aug. 1752 to the widow; to sons Samuel, James, Nathan, Josiah, Benjamin and the heirs of Cornelius Warren; to daus. Priscilla Warren, Joanna Barlow and Sarah Reed.