Person:Sarah Bartlett (2)

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m. 28 Mar 1634
  1. Benjamin Bartlettabt 1625 - ABT 1691
  2. George BartlettABT 1632 - 1669
  3. Rebecca Bartlettbef 1634 - aft 1657
  4. Sarah BartlettABT 1634 - 1680
  5. Mary Bartlettabt 1634 - 1692
  6. Joseph Bartlettabt 1638 - 1712
  7. Elizabeth BartlettAbt 1643 - 1712/13
  8. Lydia Bartlett1648 - 1691
  9. Mercy Bartlett1649 - aft 1668
  10. Mary Bartlett1651 -
  • HSamuel Rider1632 - 1715
  • WSarah BartlettABT 1634 - 1680
m. 23 Dec 1656
  1. Samuel Rider, 3rd1657 - Bef 1688
Facts and Events
Name[2] Sarah Bartlett
Gender Female
Birth? ABT 1634 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Alt Birth? 1639 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 23 Dec 1656 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Samuel Rider
Death? 1680 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States

From the Bartlett Society

Sarah married in Plymouth, 23 Dec 1656, Samuel Rider, the son of Samuel & Anne (Gamlett) Rider. He was baptized 25 Nov 1632 in All Saints Parish, Northamptonshire, England. He died 18 Jul 1715 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts in New England, in his 85th year. He was buried in Burial Hill, Plymouth, MA. He married 23 Dec 1656 in Plymouth, as his first wife, Sarah Bartlett. She was born in Plymouth. She was dead by 14 Jun 1680 for on that date Samuel married secondly, 14 June 1680* in Taunton, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts (now Bristol County), Lydia Tilden. They were married by Rev. James Walker. (Though this is recorded in the Vital Records of Taunton perhaps it is wrong as their first daughter Hannah was born 1 Jun 1680). Lydia was the daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Tilden. She was born 26 Apr 1658 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. She died 17 Sep 1740 in Plymouth, aged 83. She was buried in the Old Cemetery at Manomet, Plymouth.

References
  1.   Marr794/Mayflower Families in Progress, Robert Bartlett, p. 7-8 (#5).

    Richard Warren
    Stratton's Richard Warren, p. 2, 9

  2. Landis, John T. Mayflower Descendants And Their Marriages. (Clearfield Co. Reprints & Remainders).