Person:Miriam Sale (1)

Miriam Sale
b.abt 1645
m. est 1639
  1. Obadiah Sale1640 -
  2. Rebecca Saleest 1642 - 1691
  3. Miriam Saleabt 1645 - 1722
  4. Nathaniel Saleest 1647 - 1714
  5. John Saleest 1649 -
  6. Robert Saleest 1651 -
m. 10 Feb 1663/64
  1. Josiah Carpenter1664 - abt 1727/28
  2. Nathanial Carpenter1667 -
  3. Daniel Carpenter1669 - 1721
  4. Noah Carpenter1672 - abt 1753
  5. Miriam Carpenter1674 - 1706
  6. Obadiah Carpenter1677/78 - 1749
  7. Lieut. Ephraim Carpenter1681 - 1743
  8. Hannah Carpenter1684 - aft 1767
  9. Abigail Carpenter1687 - 1781
Facts and Events
Name[1] Miriam Sale
Alt Name[5] Miriam Searles
Gender Female
Birth[1] abt 1645
Marriage 10 Feb 1663/64 Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United Statesto William Carpenter
Death[1][2] 1 May 1722 Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Burial[3] Rumford, Providence, Rhode Island, United StatesOld Rehoboth (Newman) Cemetery

See Note at Bottom of Page 56 of the NEHGS CARPENTER MEMORIAL

NAME: True spelling of name: SAILE or SALES. SE-AR-L-ES is the approximate sounding of the english version of SALES. See "ENGLISH ORIGINS OF NEW ENGLAND FAMILIES", VOL 1, PAGE 102, ITEM 4 "EDWARD SALE or Sarle."

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 William3 Carpenter (William2-1) of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, in Zubrinsky, Eugene Cole. Carpenter Sketches: Links to Sketches And Articles Representing the Most Current and Reliable Scholarship Concerning Early Generations of the Carpenter Families of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, and Providence, Rhode Island and Their Ancestors. (Carpenters' Encyclopedia of Carpenters, 2008), page 1.

    'MIRIAM SALE, born between say 1644 (estimated age 20 at marriage) and about 1646 (see age at death) and died at Rehoboth on 1 May 1722, aged 76 (not 93), ...'

  2. Arnold, James N. Vital record of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. (Providence, RI), page 809, Deaths.

    'CARPENTER ...
    Mrs. Meriam, May 1, 1722'

  3. William3 Carpenter (William2-1) of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, in Zubrinsky, Eugene Cole. Carpenter Sketches: Links to Sketches And Articles Representing the Most Current and Reliable Scholarship Concerning Early Generations of the Carpenter Families of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, and Providence, Rhode Island and Their Ancestors. (Carpenters' Encyclopedia of Carpenters, 2008), page 1.

    'All [William and his 2 wives] are buried in Old Rehoboth (Newman) Cemetery, in that part of Rehoboth now East Providence, Rhode Island ...' [followed by several citations].

  4.   William3 Carpenter (William2-1) of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, in Zubrinsky, Eugene Cole. Carpenter Sketches: Links to Sketches And Articles Representing the Most Current and Reliable Scholarship Concerning Early Generations of the Carpenter Families of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, and Providence, Rhode Island and Their Ancestors. (Carpenters' Encyclopedia of Carpenters, 2008), page 1.

    'William married second at Rehoboth on 10 12th month [February] 1663[/4], MIRIAM SALE, ...'

  5. Since the spelling SEARLES is so often used in genealogies (even if only a dialect interpretation), to avoid confusion, I've retained it in Alt Name.