William Daggett of Saco, ME is one of two Daggetts in this ancestry, the other being John Daggett of Martha's Vineyard. It is not known how the two might be related, or if they were. He first appears in Saco, ME in 1681 when he is granted 10 acres at the head of his father-in-law's lot. He was the town constable in 1684 but moved to Marblehead in 1689. His genealogy is recorded in Noyes.
Noted events in his life were:
• He was employed. Carpenter
William married Rebecca WORMSTALL, daughter of Arthur WORMSTALL and Susanna SCADLOCK, about 1681 in Saco, ME. (Rebecca WORMSTALL was born about 1663 in Winter Harbor, Hancock, ME 1 and died after 1727 in Sutton, Worchester, MA 1.)
1 Daggett, Sydney B. and George H., A Supplement to the Sections Entitled Thomas Doggett-Daggett of Marshfield, MA and William Daggett of Saco, Maine from the 1894 Edition of A History of the Doggett-Daggett Family, by Samuel Bradlee Doggett. (Gateway Press, Baltimore, MD, 1975).
2 Folsom, George,History of Saco and Biddeford (Saco, ME, 1830; facsimile edition 1984, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD).
3 Noyes, Libby and Davis, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1972).