Person:Molly Sawyer (1)

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m. 20 Jan 1768
  1. Rebecca SawyerAbt 1770 -
  2. Hannah Sawyer1771 -
  3. Molly Sawyer1772 - 1857
  4. John Sawyer1775 - 1849
  5. Robert Sawyer1777 - 1834
  6. Lemuel SawyerAbt 1778 - 1851
  7. Abigail Sawyer1782 -
  8. David Sawyer1784 - 1864
  9. Rachel Sawyer1790 - 1847
  10. Joanna Sawyer1790 -
  11. Sarah Sawyer1792 -
m. 14 Mar 1793
  1. Eunice Deering1794 - 1797
  2. John Deering1795 - 1797
  3. Hannah Deering1797 - 1877
  4. Jeremiah Deering1798 - 1877
  5. Abigail Deering1801 - 1825
  6. Mary Deering1802 - 1828
  7. Lois Deering1804 - 1880
  8. John Deering1806 - 1859
  9. William Deering1809 - 1809
  10. Isabella Deering1810 -
  11. William Deering1812 - 1878
  12. Charles Deering1814 - 1837
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Name[1] Molly Sawyer
Alt Name Mary Sawyer
Gender Female
Birth[3] Jun 1772 Buxton, York, Maine, United States
Marriage 14 Mar 1793 Buxton, York, Maine, United Statesto Jeremiah Deering
Death[1][2] 21 Oct 1857 Gorham, Cumberland, Maine, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 McLellan, Hugh D., and Katharine B Lewis. The history of Gorham, Maine. (Portland, ME: Smith & Sale, 1903), 468.

    Jeremiah Deering married, Mar. 14, 1793, Molly Sawyer of Buxton. Mrs. Deering died Oct 24, 1857.

  2. Windham History Society. Deaths from Friends Church, Windham, ME.

    Deering, Mary : 21 Oct 1857 : wife of Jeremiah Deering.

  3. Sawyer, Fred E. (Fred Ellis). The Sawyer family of Elliotsville (Piscataquis Co., Maine): descendants of James Sawyer of Gloucester, Mass., and their kinfolk, the Drakes : a genealogy pertaining more extensively to the Sawyers of Elliotsville, Piscataquis County, Maine, and Buxton, York County, Maine : the Drakes, descendants of Thomas Drake of Weymouth, who settled in or near Elliotsville : and ancestral lines of both the Sawyers and the Drakes of Elliotsville. (American Falls, Idaho: F.E. Sawyer, 1945), 16.

    Mary (Molly) Sawyer, d/o John Sawyer and Isabella Martin, b. June 1772, d. 21 Oct 1857, m. Buxton 14 Mar 1793 Jeremiah Deering of Scarboro.