STREETER,Deborah, [died] Apr. 7, 1689.
[Note: does this apply to the daughter or the mother? Currently [24 Jan 2016], 1689 has been posted as the death date of both, by the same WeRelate user! The format of this death record appears to be an adult since it doesn't name any parents, but most sources suggest the widow Deborah m. 1704 Samuel Sears. But if the mother died, perhaps the daughter m. Samuel Sears? It would help if any of those sources identified the Samuel Sears that was involved. Or was it Samuel Shears (and then, was it the one that d. Wrentham 1709, or else the one that d. Wrentham 1716? Possibly the Samuel Shears whose wife Mary d. 26 Apr 1704 (and so was available to marry 10 Aug 1704), since other than this marriage, no record of a Samuel "Sears" or "Seers" is found in Cambridge or Wrentham? If if was the one who wife Mary d. early 1704, this Samuel m. (as his second wife) 1663 Mary Peacock, and so it would appear to be the widow, meaning the daughter d. 1689. The other record mentioned for "Deborah Streeter" is that she was admitted to full communion in 1701. The record of this (here) is for "Deborah Streeter Sen'r", further suggesting the widow lived and the daughter died. Though it seems odd that they would bother to add "Sen'r" if there wasn't a junior to distinguish Deborah from...]