Person:Sarah Warren (1)

Sarah Warren
b.bef Aug 1613 England
m. 14 Apr 1610
  1. Mary Warrenabt 1608 - AFT 1678
  2. Ann WarrenAbt 1612 - aft 1675/76
  3. Sarah Warrenbef 1613 - aft 1696
  4. Elizabeth Warrenest 1615 - 1669/70
  5. Abigail WarrenABT 1619 - AFT 1693
  6. Nathaniel Warrenabt 1624 - bef 1667
  7. Joseph Warren1627 - 1689
  • HJohn Cookebet 1607 - 1695
  • WSarah Warrenbef 1613 - aft 1696
m. 28 Mar 1634
  1. Sarah CookeABT 1635 - 1713
  2. John CookeABT 1637 -
  3. Elizabeth Cooke1645 - 1715
  4. Esther Cooke1650 - 1672
  5. Mary CookeAbt 1652 - Aft 1708
  6. Mercy Cooke1654 - 1733
  7. Susanna CookeABT 1656 - 1704
Facts and Events
Name[1] Sarah Warren
Gender Female
Birth[3][5] bef Aug 1613 England
Immigration? 1623 Plymouth aboard the Ann
Marriage 28 Mar 1634 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto John Cooke
Alt Death? 25 Jul 1686 Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Death[2] aft 15 Jul 1696 Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States

She posted a bond (Dartmouth) "being a very antient woman."

MD 3:1:33 : But one original paper remains in the probate files-the bond of the executrix, Sarah Cooke, daughter of Richard Warren. The date of this bond, 15 July, 1696 (25 July, N. S.)

[Bond of Executrix.] Know all men by these presents that we Sarah Cooke of Dartmouth in the County of Bristoll in the Province of the Masachusett Bay in New England widow & Relect of John Cooke late of said Dartmouth Decd and Thomas Taber & Jonathan Delono Both of said Dartmouth Yeomen Do stand & are firmely bound and oliged unto John Saffin Esqr Judge of Probat of wills &ca within sd County, in the Sum of five Hundred Ninety four pounds To be payd unto the sd John Saffin or his Successor in sd office To the which payment well and truely to be Made we Bind Or selves & Either of us by himself joyntly & Severally for & in the whole Our & Every & Either of our heires Executors & Administrs firmely by these presents sealed with our seales Dated in Dartmouth the fifteenth Day of July 1696 in the Eighth Year of his Majesties Reign

The Condition of this present obligation is such that whereas the above Bound Sarah Cooke is made Executrix of the Last will & Testament of John Cook of Dartmouth aforesd Deceasd Bearing Date the Ninth Day of Novemb, 1694 & hath Never Legally proved the same, Iff therefore the sd Executrix shall with all Conveinient Speed bring into the Registrs Office for the County of Bristoll afforesd A true & perfect Inventory of the Estate of the Estate of the said Decd And shall well & truely Administr upon & Duely Dispose of all & Singular the Goods Chattels, Credits & Estate left by the said Decd according to the Tennor & true meaneing of his sd will. & as the Law directs And also shall Render a true & plaine account of her Administcon and Doings therein to the said office at or before the Sixteenth Day of Aprill 1697 without ffraud or farther Delay then this Obligation to be voyde & of None Effect or Els to stand abide and Remaine in full force strength & Vertue

Signed sealed & Delivered the mark of Sarah S Cook in the presence of
Thomas Delano Thomas Taber the mark of + Hannah Savery Jonathan Delano

Her children were Sarah, Elizabeth, Hester/Esther, Mary, and Mercy.

References
  1. Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 2, p. 39 (family).
  2. Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant, 3:1:33.

    Signed a bond in Dartmouth (see notes)

  3. Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995).
  4.   NEHR Vol. 55, page 73,74 Arrived in Plymouth on the "Ann" in July 1623 with her mother and sisters.
  5. MayflowerHistory.com.

    In the will of Augustine Walker, dated April 1613, he mentions "my daughter Elizabeth Warren wife of Richard Warren", and "her three children Mary, Ann and Sarah." We know that the Mayflower passenger's first three children were named Mary, Ann, and Sarah (in that birth order).[[1]]