Person:Sarah White (162)

m. bef 6 March 1648/49
  1. Daniel WhiteAbt 1649 - 1724
  2. WhiteABT 1650 -
  3. Jonathan White1658 - Bef 1737
  4. Peregrine White, Jr.Abt 1660 - Bef 1727
  5. Sarah White1663 - 1755
  6. Sylvanus WhiteBef 1667 - Bef 1688
  7. Mercy WhiteAbt 1670 - 1739
m. Jan 1688/89
  1. George Young1689 - 1771
  2. Joseph Young1692 - 1699
  3. Sarah Young1695 - 1699
  4. Thomas Young1698 - 1699
  5. Thomas Young1700 - Aft 1732
  6. Joseph Young1701 -
  7. Ebenezer Young1703 -
  8. Joshua Young1704 -
  9. Isaac Young1706 -
Facts and Events
Name Sarah White
Gender Female
Birth[1] Oct 1663 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Jan 1688/89 Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Thomas Young
Death[1] 9 Aug 1755 Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 "Miscellaneous Death Records", in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 24:129.

    From the Boston Weekly News Letter dated Friday 29 Aug 1755:
    "Saturday August 9th died at Scituate, in the 92d Year of her Age, Mrs. Sarah Young, the virtuous Widow of Mr Thomas Young, and eldest Daughter of That Mr Peregrine White of Marshfield, who was the First Born England Child in New-England; Being Son of William and Susannah White, born on board the Ship in Cape-Cod Harbour, in the latter Part of Nov. 1620, in which Governor Carver and the Rest of our Plimouth Planters came to New-England, before the Ship left said Harbour and set sail for said Plimouth. Said Peregrine White liv'd in great Health and Vigour to the 84th Year of his Age, when a Fever carried Him off on July 22. 1704 as our News-Letter soon after inform'd the Publick: And this his Eldest Daughter was born at Marshfield in Oct. 1663, enjoy'd her Senses and Health in good measure, till toward her End, and left four Sons surviving. Two observable Instances of the Long Lives of the very first and second Race of Children born in his happy Country."