m. late 1590s
- Sarah HORTON1598 -
Facts and Events
Sarah was from a family heavily connected to Puritan circles in England. Her father’s first wife was a Culverwell, a family which participated actively in Puritan affairs, the family remained in the parish, and one of Sarah’s half-sisters also married a Culverwell. In additon, the minister at Blackfriar’s was from a family of prominant ministers.
"Sarah Connant" is included in the list of Salem church members compiled in late 1636 [ SChR 6]. She was alive in November 1660 to depose about the marriage of James Bede and the widow "Ellot" [ EQC 2:265]. She is not named in her husband's will and therefore probably died before 1 March 1677/8. 
- ↑ Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Conant.
- ↑ Anderson, Robert Charles, “The Conant Conection: Thomas Horton, London Merchant," NEHGR, Vol. 147, July 1993.
- ↑ Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, profile of Roger Conant.