| || Notes for Samuel Fellows:|
Samuel lived a quiet life with little mention of him in the records. He was one of the family executors in 1677. He never married, but lived with his sister Abigail and her husband Samuel Ayres, Senior who agreed to keep Samuel throughout his life. Samuel Fellows made a conveyance of his property to Samuel Ayres May 23, 1701, in consideration of the many and great kindnesses his loving brother-in-law had shown him. The following is recorded, " having for many years living with him and have been provided for by him as also for and in consideration of an obligation that he hath this day with his two sons Samuel Jr and John", conveyed to Samuel Ayres Senior, "all my housing and land, upland and meadow which were given to me by my father William, 1/3 of 1/2 of his farm, 1/3 of the building."Samuel was a commoner in 1650 and settled in Salisbury, MA.In 1701 he was living in Newbury, MA, probably with his sister Abigail again.
Note; Some genealogists have confused this Samuel with his father's brother Samuel living in Salisbury, MA.