Person:Sarah Price (74)

Watchers
Sarah Ann Price
m. bef 1762
  1. Sarah Ann Price1762 - 1844
  2. Hannah Price1763 -
  3. Elizabeth Price1764 - 1838
  4. Esther Price1766 - 1793
  5. Zachariah Price1768 -
  6. Azubah Price1770 - aft 1829
  7. Francis Price1772 - 1785
m. bef 1781
  1. Benjamin Hamilton1784 - 1864
  2. John Hamilton1784/5 - 1807
  3. Francis Price Hamilton1786 - 1868
  4. Esther A Hamilton1788 - 1842
  5. Thomas Hamilton1790 - 1856
  6. James Hamilton1792 - 1880
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Ann Price
Gender Female
Birth[3][6][7] 18 Mar 1762 Sussex, New Jersey, United States
Marriage bef 1781 Sussex, New Jersey, United Statesto James Hamilton
Property[4][8] 1804 Sussex, New Jersey, United States
Burial[6][7] Sep 1844 Baptist Burying Ground, Hamburg, Sussex, New Jersey, United States
Death[3][5][6][7] 11 Sep 1844 Sussex, New Jersey, United States

Sarah Ann Price was born 18 March 1762[6], the daughter of Francis Price and Esther Dunn[2]. She married James Hamilton about 1781, the actual marriage record is unknown. Sarah died in Sussex County, New Jersey on 11 Sep 1844 and her death is mentioned in the Sussex Register on 12 Sep 1844[5]. She is shown as the wife of James Hamilton on the Hamilton Memorial in the Baptist Burying Ground of the Hamburg Baptist Church[7]. Her father, Francis Price, mentions her and James Hamilton in his will.

In the Estate of Francis Price, a division of land is given for four heirs, Sarah Hamilton, Azubah Goble, Elizabeth Bowman and Ester Gustins sons[4][8].

References
  1.   One hundred years of the Sussex register and county of Sussex, 1813-1913: record of historical, biographical, industrial and statistical events during a century. (Newton, N.J.: The Register, 1932?), p 279.

    Sept 12, 1844: Sarah, widow of James Hamilton, Hamburg, 80.

  2. Haines, Alanson A. Hardyston memorial : a history of the township and the North Presbyterian Church, Hardyston, Sussex County, New Jersey. (Hardyston, N.J.?: unknown, 1888), p 31.

    Sarah Price, daughter of Capt Francis Price

  3. 3.0 3.1 Find A Grave.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Alleman, Frederick R. Abstracts of divisions of Warren and Sussex County estates filed at Sussex County courthouse, Newton, New Jersey, from 1789-1918: photocopy (typescript). (1978).

    County Clerk: CA65

  5. 5.0 5.1 Sarah Hamilton Obituary
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Sarah Hamilton
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 Sarah Hamilton Closeup
  8. 8.0 8.1 Division of Francis Price Land