1671 Samuel Wright of Howden and Mary Starkey of Knedlington were married on July 1, at Howden, Yorkshire, England. 
1672 John, son of Samuel Wright of Knedlington, died on March 26. 
1674 "In this year … Also Samuel Wright, of Nedlington, Grassman, was imprisoned on an Excommunication, for refusing to pay a Demand of 4d for the Wages of the Parish-Clerk." 
c 1676 Quakers "Also considered the condicion of Samuel Wright of Knedlington [Yorkshire, England], he being strictly kept in prison (by a capas writt) and his estate but small, they sent his wife 10s". 
1679 Mary, daughter of Samuel and Mary Wright of ye falls, was borne on 25 of November (month 9).  
1680 Samuel Wright was named as a juror in the court records of Burlington County, New Jersey and as freeholder within the County of Burlington on June 14.  
1684 Samuel Wright was on the assessment list for Burlington County, New Jersey as owning 285 acres. The assessors "chosen from ye falls to Crosswicks Creek" were Joshua Wright [brother to Samuel?], and William Emley.  
1687 Thomas Wright yeoman, of Crosswick, West New Jersey dated a deed to Godfrey Hancock, yeoman, of Sheetley on April 20, near Burlington, West New Jersey, Thomes Revell. yeomen, of Boythorp, West New Jersey & John Heesom, cerpenter, of Burlington, West New Jersey, £3. one acre on Assiscuk Creek for a mill. Signed Thomas Wright. Witnessed by: Samuel Wright & Godfrey Hancock Jr.  
1690 Joshua Wright, of Nottingham, dated his will on March 25, near the Falls of Delaware River. Wife Elizabeth. Sons Joshua, Robert, Thomas, Joseph, Samuel, dau. Elizabeth, wife of Peter Frettwell; Mary, widow of brother Samuel Wright, who has son Samuel. Real and personal estate. 
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