Person:Sarah Leonard (17)

m. 1635
  1. Sarah Leonard1660 - 1743
m. 2 Feb 1684
  1. Sarah Throckmorton1684 - 1755
  2. John Throckmorton1688 - 1741
  3. Rebekah Throckmorton1690 - 1761
  4. Joseph Throckmorton1693 - 1759
  5. Mary Throckmorton1695 - 1739
  6. Job Throckmorton, II1696 - 1747
  7. Samuel Throckmorton1706 - 1758
  8. Patience ThrockmortonAbt 1707 - 1755
  9. James Throckmorton1796 - 1872
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Leonard
Gender Female
Birth[1] 29 May 1660 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 2 Feb 1684 Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, United Statesto Job Throckmorton, I
Death[1][3] 5 Feb 1743 Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States
Burial? 7 Feb 1743 Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 Find A Grave, Sarah Leonard Throckmorton.

    Birth: May 29, 1660 Massachusetts, USA
    Death: Feb. 5, 1743 Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA

  2. - Message Boards, [1].

    The Job Throckmorton that married Sarah Leonard was born 30 Sept 1650 and died in Monmouth County NJ on 20 Aug 1709. He is buried in the Throckmorton - Lippet - Taylor Cemetery in Middletown NJ. His stone is the 2nd oldest stone in NJ. I was just up there and have some pictures of it. Sarah out lived Job and her son John and is buried next to son John and his wife Mary at Christ Episcopial Church in Shrewsbury NJ. She was born 27 May 1660 and died 5 Feb 1744.

  3. Stillwell, John E. Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. (New York, New York: [s.n.], 1903-1932), [2].

    "She [Sarah Leonard Throckmorton] 'died Feb. 5, 1743-4, aged 83 years, 8 months and 6 days,' [born May 30, 1660], and her remains were interred in Christ Churchyard, Shrewsbury. The site is marked with a brown stone with the preceding inscription and is surrounded today by the graves of many of her descendants"

    "Job Throckmorton and Sarah Leonard were married by Peter Tilton, at Middletown, Feb. 2, 1684-5. Witnesses: Henry Leonard Samuel Leonard John Leonard Mary Leonard William Hunt Anne Hunt Rebecca Tilton" Abbrev: Ancestors of Ann & Bill Barton

  4.   Trenton, NJ Wills and Administrations, Lib. I, p.321.

    Unrecorded Wills and Inventories Monmouth Co., New Jersey ESTATE of JOB THROGMORTON. Administrators' bond signed by Sarah Throgmorton, [her mark], "widdow of Job Throgmorton, Deceaffed," and John Throgmorton, administrators of "Jobb Throgmorton," John Powell and Henry Leonard, "all of the Co. of Monmouth." Dated June 8, 1711. Wits.: John Leonard and Thomas Gordon. INVENTORY of JOB Throckmorton, "of fhrowfbury," Mon.Co., "Decefed," by Henry Leonard, david killy and william Leeds, Junior. Proved by Sarah Throckmorton and John Throckmorton, before Thomas Gordon, Surrogate, June 8, 1711. Items of Interest: ? s d Cattle, household goods etc.

  5.   Sitherwood, Frances Grimes. Throckmorton family history: being the record of the Throckmortons in the United States of America, with cognate branches; emigrant ancestors located at Salem, Massachusetts, 1630, and in Gloucester County, Virginia, 1660, p. 65.

    "Sarah Leonard Throckmorton survived her husband many years. She is mentioned in the will of her son John, with whom she probably made her home in her old age. She d. 5 Feb 1743/4; int. Feb 7th Christ Churchyard, Shrewsbury. Her stone, like her husband's, was erected by order of her dau Sarah Nichols' will, 1755. It has been reinforced by iron rods (Job Throckmorton's stone had fallen and broken but was repaired, 1894 by placing a marble slab of the same size and shape behind it and riveting them together by iron bolts), and reads thus: 'Here lies the body of Sarah wife of Job Throckmorton who Departed this life February the fifth day Anno Domini one Thousand seven hundred fourty three-four Aged Eighty three years Eight months and six Days.'