The following information courtesy of the Underhill, VT Town Clerk from town records. Samuel Quincy, b12/8/1787 in Mass., m Violetta Allen (b9/17/1793) 12/10/1816. issue: Henry C(arlos) Quincy b2/6/1819. Benjamin E. Quincy b11/20/1821. Samuel A. Quincy b10/22/1824. Leona E. Quincy b3/26/1827. Emma E. Quincy b7/12/1830. Merrit Quincy b6/5/1833. Violetta Quincy d8/1/1833. Samuel Quincy m2nd Eliza Allen 2/25/1834. issue: Jane Quincy b3/8/1836. Eliza Quincy d9/13/1838. Samuel Quincy m3rd Mary Erwin 6/10/1839. No recorded issue. Samuel Quincy d6/17/1860. Samuel, Violetta, Eliza and an infant less than 1 year old are buried in Poker Hill Cemetery, Underhill, VT Samuel was a farmer and in the 1850 census his net worth was $3200 and he was 63 yrs old, by the 1860 census his net worth had increased to $4500. His name does not appear in earlier censuses. He was a member of the VT militia and came to Plattsburgh, NY with Col. Luther Dixon to aid in the defense of that city against the invading British army. His final rank was cpl. in the 3rd Regiment, VT Militia. Speculation on the ancestors of Samuel Quincy: From the book "Loyalists of Massachusetts" There is a writeup for Samuel Quincy(b4/23/1735, exiled 3/17/1776 with the evacuation of Boston, went to Antigua, d1789 at sea). He had 2 sons, Samuel a grad of Harvard College in 1782 and an atty in Lenox, MA, d1/1816 and Josiah (no data). Samuel had a son Samuel. Is he the Samuel who came to Underhill, VT?