Samuel W. Moulton - Early Life

Early Life

Samuel Moulton was born in Wenham, Essex County, Massachusetts, the son of William Moulton (1775–1859) and Mary Lunt Moulton (1776–1850). The Moulton family was one of old Massachusetts stock, with Samuel's family lineage in the Americas going back to his great-great-great-great-great-grandfather, James Moulton, who likely arrived in Essex County from Norfolk, England in the early 1630s.

Moulton attended public schools in Essex County. After completing his primary and secondary education, he moved to Kentucky, where he taught school for several years, and then to Mississippi where he continued to teach. While teaching in Mississippi, Samuel met Mary H. Afflick, and they married in 1844.

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