Person:Sarah Mullins (2)

  1. Sarah MullinsAbt 1621 - Bef 1697
  2. William MullinsABT 1624 -
  3. Rebecca MullinsABT 1626 -
  4. George MullinsABT 1628 -
  5. Mahaleel MullinsABT 1632 -
  6. Return MullinsABT 1634 -
  • H.  Thomas Gannett (add)
  • WSarah MullinsAbt 1621 - Bef 1697
m. bef. 1655
  • HWilliam Savil1604 - 1669
  • WSarah MullinsAbt 1621 - Bef 1697
m. 6 Nov 1655
  • HThomas FaxonAbt 1600 - 1680
  • WSarah MullinsAbt 1621 - Bef 1697
m. 5 Sep 1670
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Mullins
Gender Female
Birth[2] Abt 1621 Prob. Dorking, Surrey, England
Marriage bef. 1655 to Thomas Gannett (add)
Marriage 6 Nov 1655 Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto William Savil
Marriage 5 Sep 1670 Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Thomas Faxon
Death[2] Bef. 25 Nov 1697 Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Ancestral File Number G3RK-1K
  1.   Family Records of JaAnna Nelson.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Stott, Clifford L. "The English Origin of Thomas Faxon of Braintree, Massachusetts", in The American Genealogist (TAG). (Donald Lines Jacobus,, 74:45-6, Jan 1999.

    Thomas Faxon m. (2) 5 Sep 1670 Sarah (Mullins) (Gannett) Savill, d/o William Mullins, granddaughter of William Mullins of the Mayflower, widow of Thomas Gannett, widow of William Savill. Will of Sarah Faxon, widow of Thomas Faxon, aged 73, dated 13 Aug 1694 [birth about 1621], proved 25 Nov 1697 [Suffolk Probate file 2410, 11:372-3].

  3.   "Estates of William Mullins and HIs Daughter Sarah", in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 7:182.

    [Usually thought to indicate that Sarah had no children of her own.]

    The last will and Testament of Sarah Faxson (Widdow of Thomas Faxon late of Braintree Deceas'd:) aged Seaventy three yeares, being weak in body, butt: well in understanding & memory, w'ch is as followeth

    My Soule I give unto the hands, of my most gracious god & mercifull father : and Jesus christ my deare redeemer, whom I trust hath redeemed itt, from all iniquity, & from eternall misserie My bodie I give to the earth, to be decently buryed, my worldly goods I give as followeth

    Item I give & bequeath, to my well beloved Cousin, Ruth Webb the wife of Peter Webb of Braintree my best feather bed with the broadest bolster & the teaking pillow with the rugg & blanckett and the best paire of Sheets, and a paire of Pillow beers one dowlis one homespun, allso a bellmettle Chaffingdish &c : to her & her heirs for ever

    Item I give & bequeath to my Daughter In law lidia Savell the wife of Benjamin Savell of Braintree my other feather bead and after her Decease to her Daughter Sarah Savell : &c

    The rest of my goods or estate, after funerall Charges are paide to be divided among my nearest relations

    And this to be my last will: made the thirteenth day of August one thousand Six hundred inty & foure, of which will & testament I make and Constitute my Son In law Benjamin Savell of Braintree executor:

    Witnessed by Hannah Webb, Mary Webb. Proved 25 Nov 1697