Person:Sarah Wise (4)

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m. 3 Dec 1641
  1. Joseph Wise1643 - Aft 1670
  2. Jeremiah Wise1646 - 1678
  3. Sarah Wise1647 - 1728
  4. Mary Wise1649/50 -
  5. Rev. John Wise1652 - 1725
  6. Henry Wise1654/55 - Bef 1684
  7. Bethiah Wise1657 - 1728
  8. Katherine Wise1658 -
  9. Benjamin Wise1660 - 1660
  10. William Wise1661/62 - Aft 1679
  11. Benjamin Wise1663/64 - 1664
  12. Abigail Wise1666 - 1729
m. Bef 1667
  1. Sarah Williams1667 - 1707
  2. Mary Williams1669 -
  3. Elizabeth Williams1672 - 1740
  4. Bethia Williams1676 - 1721
  5. Stephen Williams1678 - 1768
  6. Robert Williams1680 - 1680
  7. Ensign Joseph Williams82 - 1720
  8. John Williams1683/84 - 1742
  9. Henry Williams1686 - 1686
  10. Grace Williams1688 - 1749
  11. Catherine WilliamsBef 1690 - 1707
  12. Thomas Williams1694 - 1694
Facts and Events
Name[1] Sarah Wise
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 19 Dec 1647 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Bef 1667 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States (probablyto Captain Stephen Williams
Death[3] 1728 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States (probably)
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Anderson, Robert Charles. Joseph Wise of Roxbury, Butcher. American Genealogist (D.L. Jacobus). (Apr 1980).

    "Sarah (Wise), b. (Roxbury) 19 Dec. 1647 …"

  2. Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Roxbury, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1925-1926)
    1:389.

    "Wise, … Sara, d. Joseph, [born] Dec. 19, 1647."

  3. Stephen2 Williams, in Williams, Harrison. The Life, Ancestors and Descendants of Robert Williams of Roxbury, in His Majesty's Province of Massachusetts Bay in New England, 1607-1693: With Biographical Sketches of the Rev. John Williams of the Deerfield massacre; the Rev. Col. Elisha Williams, Rector, Yale College, 1726-1739; Col. Ephraim Williams, founder of Williams College; Col. William Williams, signer of the Declaration; the Hon. Thomas Scott Williams, Chief Justice of Connecticut; the Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., Bishop of Connecticut, and of Many Other Descendants; Together with . (Washington, D. C.: W. F. Roberts Company, 1934)
    149.

    "His widow died in 1728."