I do not have any information on our Sarah...just a name. I do thank you for the information!!! I do have some items in my Notes section on her hubby John Thompson:
FromOld Kittery and Her Families The General Court granted the above mentioned island to John, son of David Thomson, 10 May 1648. It is probable that he became of age a little before that time. In the first volume of Suffolk Deeds, under date 27 (2) 1650 is found the following: "John Thompson of London acknowledged himselfe indebted to Joseph Jackson & Hugh Browne of Bristoll mercht in the sume of one hundred & sixty three pounds six shillings to be pd to them or theire Assignes in merchantable Codd fish at price current at Marble heade or Isle of Sholes at or before the last of may 1651, at the rate of 30 Ryals p Kint binding himselfe Execut & administrators for pformance, & in speciall his Island called Thompsons Island by way of Mortgage, with warrantee to make good the mortgage. dat 18 (2) 1650 & acknowledged 26 (2) 1650 before Increase Nowell John Thompson & a seale. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FromOne Hundred and Sixty Allied Families 1.|JOHN.|b. |m.|d. 1685, 11, 9. |SARAH.|b. |d. 1684 +dau. of
1--JOHN.Mendon, MA 1684, 3, 27.Will, proved 1686, 4, 27. Ex., son John. He mentions wife Sarah, daughter Mehitable, wife of Samuel Hayward, son-in-law John Aldrich, late husband of testator's daughter Sarah, and son John Thempson. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FromGenealogies by the Library of Congress since 1986 Section I THOMPSON FAMILY Amy, Henry Joseph. Descendants of David and Amyes (Colle) Thomson and their son John : ten generations of Thomsons, descended from David, who died on Thompson's Island in Massachusetts Bay, and his son John, of Mendon, MA / compiled by Henry Joseph Amy. -- Eastchester, N.Y. : H.J.Amy, 1962-1972.3 v. in 1 : ill. ; 29 cm. + 1 map Map, addenda, and chart in pocket. Includes indexes.