Family:Love Brewster and Sarah Collier (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2][3][4][5] 15 May 1634 Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
  1. William Davis. Davis, William. Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families, 43.

    Brewster, Love, Duxbury, son of 1st William, m., 1634, Sarah, d. of William Collier, and had Nathaniel; William, m. Lydia Partridge; Wrestling; and Sarah, m. Benjamin Bartlett.

  2. Pope, Charles Henry. Pioneers of Massachusetts (1620-1650): A Descriptive List, Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns and Churches. (Boston: The Author, 1900), 112.

    Rebecca Collier m. 15 May 1634 Job Cole; Sarah m. "the same day" Love Brewster.

  3. Stratton, Eugene Aubrey. Plymouth Colony, its history & people 1620 - 1691. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Ancestry Pub., c1986), 250.

    Love Brewster, s/o William and Mary Brewster, m. 15 May 1634 Sarah Collier, d/o William Collier. Will dated 6 Oct 1650, inventory dated 31 Jan 1650/51 names wife and four children.

  4. Cutter, William Richard. Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Boston and eastern Massachusetts. (New York: Lewis Publishing Co., 1908), 3:1393.

    (III) Love Brewster, son of Elder William Brewster, came to New England with his father in the "Mayflower." He occupied the house in Duxbury, which he inherited from his father. He married, May 15, 1634, Sarah Collier, who married second, after September 1, 1656, Richard Parke (or Parks), of Cambridge. Children 1. Sarah, married about 1656, Benjamin Bartlett. 2. Nathaniel, lived in Duxbury; died 1676. 3. William, married January 2, 1672, Lydia Partridge; died November 3, 1723, aged about seventy-eight. 4. Wrestling, mentioned below.

  5. Pulsifer, David (editor), and Nathaniel B. (editor) Shurtleff. Records of the Colony of New Plymouth, in New England. (Boston, MA: William White, 1855-1861), 1:30.
    May the 15, 1634.{Jobe Cole and Rebecka Colier,
    Loue Brewster & Sarah Collier,
    }wer maried.