Again, this Sarah Ingersoll was not married in 1692, then she can not be the Sarah who married James Emerson.
A Genealogy of the Ingersoll Family in America 1629-1925 , Page 5
7. Nathaniel2 Ingersoll (Richard1), born 1632 at Salem, after his father died, went to live on the "Orchard Farm of Gov. Endicott, that he might the better learn to carry on the farm left him by his father." At an early age he married Hannah Collins of Lynn, and built on a spot a little to the north of the present church and immediately west of the parsonage at the Centre.
Child: iDaughter, name unknown. Possibly the Sarah Ingersoll who made a deposition in the witchcraft cases of 1692, she being about thirty years of age (E. I. Hist. Coll. 2:199). She died early.