I copied the following off the internet, which lists Saria as a daughter in 1652.Did someone insert her name where it shouldn't be, or do you think William had a second daughter named Saria/Sarah after the first Sarah died in 1638?
Justice County Court. Willof William Taberer, Derbyshire, England, dated 2-9-1652, proved 6-4-1653. Desiring a friendly and loving agreement betwixt my wife and children, I have thought good to declare my mind concerning every of them severally in this my last will. I bequeath to my wife Anne the house I now live in, and the three tenements thereto belonging in the occupoation of Gilborth Peere, Robert Cutburne and Robert Saxelby, for the term of her life; also my half close called the Parcel Close, the half of all my arable land within the liberties of Derby and the half of my barn upon Nungreene. to my son William, on house in the Frearegate betwixt the houses of John Wright and Robert Banker, and 41/2 acres lying severally in the Wall field, Parke field and White Crosse field. to my son James, the house I now dwell in and the three tenements, after my wife s decease. If my son James die without children, the same to come to my son Nathaniell. To my son Joshua, L.50 if he come for it. If not, to be divided betwixt my son Nathaniell and my son John equally. To my son Thomas, L.10. To my son Nathaniell, the reversion of the other premises given to my wife for her life; and one farm at Maketon, with all the land and meadow thereto belonging. To my son John, two houses in the market place, now in the occupoation of William bould and William Buntinge, and L.120 towards his maintenance to the university; what remains to be restored to him, when he shall have occasion to use it or call for it. to my daughters Saria, Mary and Tebecka, L.200 apiece at their several ages of 20; the interest of their portions to be for their maintenance and keeping. I give to my sister Margaret living at Morley, 10s. a year during her life. To my sister Elizabeth 20s; to her son William , 10s. To the poor of St Warbur's parish,20s. I make my wife my executrix. Whatsoever shall be made of my estate above these legacies shall be divided equally betwixt my wife and my son Nathaniell, and I make my sons William and Nathaniel my overseere. the mark of William Taborer. Witnesses: Nathaniell Taborer, the mark of Edward Clarke and Thomas Heane. Proved by the executrix named.