Sarah, born January 26, 1811, in Habersham County, GA, was the fourth of five children born to Walter and Rachel Thompson Adair.She married at Two Runs Rev. James Jenkins Trott, January 31, 1828, at the age of 17.They had two children, Benjamin Walter, b. May 01, 1829, and Mary Thompson, b. February 01, 1831.Rev. Trott was arrested by the Georgia Guard July 06, 1831 and held in custody for a period of weeks.Sarah died October 02, 1831. Rev. Worcester, another of several ministers arrested by the Guard, wrote letters from confinement.He stated "Mr. Trott had been arrested on Wednesday, at Two Runs, and taken to Dawson's on horseback, then marched on foot to Hicks' on Thursday, and back again on Friday.The first night we were chained by the ankle only.The second and third chained by the neck to the wall, as well as by the ankle to Mr. Trott.On the way to Hicks' and back to Dawson's, he was chained to the wagon.--"There is further information about the treatment and confinement of the missionaries in other letters.Also there is mention of the arrest and confinement during this time of Samuel Mayes, husband of Sarah's sister, Nancy.Another sister, Mary died in 1832, and Mary's husband Thomas Goss, died in 1834, leaving three orphaned children.