Yes, I have a little information. I know that Sarah Good was married twice. Her second husband was William Good. They were very poor and lived as beggars. During the time of the witch trials, Sarah was pregnant and she also had a 4 year old daughter. It's recorded that Sarah's infant died (I don't know if it was born before she was hanged or if the baby died because she was hanged), and Sarah's little girl was imprisoned because they thought she was a witch too...even though the child was only 4 years old. It's then reported that the child lived out the rest of her life as a lunatic...she went mad. The only other thing I've read is that when Sarah's father died, her mother remarried and pretty much disowned all of her children, not giving them anything that was rightfully theirs. And this started Sarah's path to poverty.