M, d. before 28 March 1757
|Father||John Searing II b. c 1679, d. b 6 Mar 1757|
|Mother||Anne Pearsall b. c 1678|
Samuel was born in Hempstead Town, Queens County, Long Island, New York. Samuel married Hannah Carman on 24 August 1733 in Queens County, Long Island, New York, at St. George's Anglician Church in the Town of Hempstead. Samuel made his will on 6 March 1757 at Hempstead Town, Queens County, Long Island, New York. He mentions his wife, Hannah, & his children: Samuel, Anne, Margaret, Hannah, Martha, Gilbert & Jacob [two youngest sons to be kept at school until age fourteen], his mother Anne Searing [for son Samuel to take care of her according to his father's will]. nephew Jacob, cousin John. Executors wife and son Samuel. Witnesses: Daniel Searing, Jonathon Searing, John Searing and John Truckard. States of the Parish of Hempstead, Daniel Searing's land adjoins that that he gave to his son Samuel. [New York Wills: Liber 20, page 241]1 Samuel departed this life before 28 March 1757 in Hempstead Town, Queens County, Long Island, New York. His will was probated on 28 March 1757.
- [S30] New York Historical Society, Collections of the New York Historical Society Abstract of Wills, Volume 29: page 167.