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GOLDSTONE Family Genealogy
Sarah GOLDSTONE was born abt. 1602 in Tewdley, Kent, England. Sarah GOLDSTONE was the child of ? and ?
Sarah was an immigrant to the United States, arriving by 1632.
Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):
Sarah married Joseph MERRIAM . The couple had (at least) 5 children. Joseph MERRIAM was born abt. 1600 in Tewdley, Kent, England. Joseph died 1 January 1641 in Concord, Massachusetts, USA.
Sarah married (2) Joseph WHEELER 19 May 1641 . The couple had (at least) 1 child. Joseph WHEELER was born abt. 1609 in Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England. Joseph died abt. 1681 in Concord, Massachusetts, USA.
Sarah GOLDSTONE died 12 March 1671 in Concord, Massachusetts Bay Colony.
daughter of John Goldstone and Frances Jeffrie
Details of the family tree of Sarah appear below.
Sarah Goldstone was probably born in Tenterden, Kent, England around 1602. She was the daughter of John Goldstone and Frances Thompson. She married Joseph Merriam about 1623, probably in Tudeley. He followed his father in the business of being a clothier, and obviously was successful. He formed a partnership to charter a ship and take freight and passengers to New England. Joseph, Sarah and their five children also sailed on that ship,...Read MORE...
- 1641 Marriage / Partner
Sarah GOLDSTONE and Joseph WHEELER 19 May 1641,
- 1641 Death of Spouse/Partner
Joseph MERRIAM died 1 January 1641, Concord, Massachusetts, USA
- 1641 Birth of Child
John MERRIAM was born 9 July 1641, Concord, Massachusetts, USA
- 1645 Birth of Child
Rebecca WHEELER was born 6 September 1645, Concord, Massachusetts, USA
- 1671 Death
12 March 1671
Concord, Massachusetts, USA
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