Person:Sarah Boone (6)

m. 16 Aug 1689
  1. George Boone, IV1690 - 1753
  2. Sarah Boone1691/92 - bef 1738
  3. Mary Boone - 1696
  4. Mary Boone1696 - bef 1699
  5. Squire Boone, Sr.1696 - 1765
  6. Mary Boone1699 - 1774
  7. John Boone1701/02 - 1785
  8. Joseph Boone, Sr.1704 - 1776
  9. Benjamin Boone1706 - 1762
  10. Margaret Boone1707 - 1708
  11. James Boone1709 - 1785
  12. Samuel Booneabt 1711 - 1745
  • HJacob StoverABT 1680 - 1741
  • WSarah Boone1691/92 - bef 1738
m. 15 Mar 1715
  1. Jacob StoverABT 1716 - abt 1767
  2. Abraham StoverABT 1717 - Aft 1787
  3. Magdelena Stover1718 -
  4. Barbara Stover1719 -
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Boone
Married Name Stover
Gender Female
Birth? 18 Feb 1691/92 Bradninch, Devon, England
Christening? 28 Mar 1692 Bradninch, Devon, EnglandSt. Disen's Church
Marriage 15 Mar 1715 Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaChrist Church
to Jacob Stover
Death[3] bef 1738 Oley (township), Berks, Pennsylvania, United States[when husband's 2nd wife signs a Deed]
References
  1.   Family Recorded, in Boone, James (1744-1795). Old James Boone Genealogy. (held by Historical Society of Wisconsin: unpublished handwritten manuscript, 1788), Secondary quality.

    “SARAH BOONE (Daughter of George & Mary Boone) was born on the Fifth Day of the Week, about ½ H. past 11 in the Forenoon, on the 18th of February 1691-2.”

  2.   Baptism Records of St. Disen's Church in Bradninch, Devonshire England, in The Boone Society, Inc. - The First 5 Generations of the George Boone Family, 21 Aug 2008, Secondary quality.

    1692 Sarah ye daughter of George Boone baptized the 28th day of March

  3. Family Recorded, in Spraker, Hazel Atterbury, and Jesse Proctor Crump. The Boone family: a genealogical history of the descendants of George and Mary Boone, who came to America in 1717; containing many unpublished bits of early Kentucky history; also a biographical sketch of Daniel Boone, the pioneer, by one of his descendants. (Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle Co., 1922), 23, Secondary quality.

    “No known children of Sarah Boone & Jacob Stover,” explains Spraker, “Sarah
    married Jacob Stover 15 Mar 1715, as recorded in Christ Church, Philadelphia. …
    possible that she died quite young, and her descendants, if any, are unknown. While she
    was the first in the family to settle in in the Oley township, she evidently did not affiliate
    with the Friends Meeting there, as no data concerning her appears in Quaker records.
    She was no doubt absorbed by the German element into which she married … In 1738 a
    wife Margaret (Stover) signed a deed for land sold by Jacob to another person, so
    Margaret was probably a second wife.”