"The [Hugh] Roe will proves that Sarah Roe was mother of John (1671), Abigail (1673), and Thomas (1677). As for Samuel, born about 1675 between Abigail and Thomas, his failure to receive a legacy perhaps indicates that he had died young, a conclusion reinforced by failure to find further records of him. As for Daniel (1667), he settled in Waterbury. As the eldest son, he would receive a double portion from his father's estate, and that may be the reason why he received no legacy in the will of Hugh Roe. But it must be granted that positive proof is lacking that Daniel3 was a son of Sarah Roe. He was born about four years before John3 was born, and it is possible that his mother was an earlier, unknown wife of Daniel2, who did not long survive his birth. For what it is worth, it may be noted that Daniel3 gave the name Sarah to his eldest daughter. In the present state of knowledge, all we have a right to assert is that all the children of Daniel2 were by Sarah Roe, with the possible exception of Daniel3."