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PEASE, Robert
(1565-1623)
KING, Margaret
(1573-1644)
BROWNING, Malachi
(1600-1653)
COLLIER, Mary
(1604-1672)
PEASE, John
(1608-1689)
BROWNING, Mary
(Abt 1629-After 1695)
PEASE, Sarah
(1661-After 1735)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. DAGGETT, John (Deacon )

2. CAPRON, Banfield

PEASE, Sarah

  • Born: 1661, Edgarton, Dukes Co., MA
  • Marriage (1): DAGGETT, John (Deacon ) in 1685
  • Marriage (2): CAPRON, Banfield on 6 Dec 1735 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA 1 2
  • Died: After 1735
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bullet  General Notes:

A young girl of 13 or 14 when her father rebelled against the autocracy of Governor Mayhew, she evidently remained on the island, if indeed her father left at that point. She eventually married into the very family that her father had had so much trouble with, marrying the Governor's grandson, the second son of the Governor's 'favorite daughter, Hannah. 3 4


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Sarah married Deacon John DAGGETT, son of Thomas DOGGETT and Hannah MAYHEW, in 1685. (Deacon John DAGGETT was born on 7 Sep 1662 in Edgarton, Dukes Co., MA,5 died on 7 Sep 1724 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA 5 6 and was buried in Old Hatch Grave Yard, Attleborough, MA 6 7.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

Further documentation needed to establish this marriage, although it probably does not exist. Charles Banks asserts in the Daggett portion of his genealogy that John married Sarah Pease, but in the genealogy of Pease in the same volume indicates 'probably'. Daggett's 'Sketch of Attleborough', drawing on Samuel Daggett, does not know John's wife's maiden name, only that her given name was Sarah. Says that one account indicates she was the daughter of Issac Norton, another account does not know. 3 7

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Sarah next married Banfield CAPRON on 6 Dec 1735 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA.1 2 (Banfield CAPRON was born in Devonshire, England and died on 8/20/175_ in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA 8.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

Banfield came to America with three other youths as stowaways. Against policy, the captain and crew of the ship, allowed the four to stay in New England after their discovery. Banfield was married first to a lady named Callender of Rehoboth, MA, and second to Elizabeth Blackington of Attleboro, MA, who died May 10, 1735
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Sources


1 Banks, Charles Edward (1854-1931), The history of Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Massachusetts (Edgartown, MA, Dukes Co. Hist. Society, 1966) in 3 Volumes: Contents: v. 1. General history -- v. 2. Town annals -- v. 3. Family genealogies [1641 - ca. 1800].), Vol 3, pp126 following.

2 Vital Records of Attleborough, Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849 (Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1934 [745 pages]), p. 355. Capron, Banfield, and Mrs. Sarah Daggett [both of A. int.]. Dec. 16, 1735.

3 Daggett, John, 1805-1885 & Sheffield, Amelia Daggett, A Sketch of the History of Attleborough (Boston : Press of Samuel Usher, 1894 )
Physical: 788, vi p., [21] leaves of plates : ill., map, port.

4 Lundell, Kay, Triumphant Banners - Supplement One: The Ancestry of Nelson Higgins (Ogden, Utah: Kay Lundell, c1990, [88] pages, LDS FHL Microfilm #1597612). Supplement One traces the ancestry of Mary Daggett, the mother of Nelson Higgins (1806-1890). Nelson was the subject of Kay Lundell's earlier work, "Triumphant Banners".
The supplement's primary focus is on Mary's parents, Mayhew Daggett and Esther Atwater and includes their biographies as well as about 60 family group sheets tracing the Daggett and Atwater lines. The parentage of Mayhew Daggett runs counter to the 1894 genealogy of Samuel and George Daggett and hence to many of the genealogies submitted to the LDS and to online databases. See the notes on Mayhew Daggett (born 1730) for additional clarification. Ms. Lundell's sources on the family group sheet for Mayhew, his marriage and children are appended as detail in this database.

5 Banks, Charles Edward (1854-1931), The history of Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Massachusetts (Edgartown, MA, Dukes Co. Hist. Society, 1966) in 3 Volumes: Contents: v. 1. General history -- v. 2. Town annals -- v. 3. Family genealogies [1641 - ca. 1800].), page 128.

6 Cemetery Records, newenglandancestors.org online database of cemetery inscriptions.

7 Banks, Charles Edward (1854-1931), The history of Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Massachusetts (Edgartown, MA, Dukes Co. Hist. Society, 1966) in 3 Volumes: Contents: v. 1. General history -- v. 2. Town annals -- v. 3. Family genealogies [1641 - ca. 1800].)

8 Vital Records of Attleborough, Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849 (Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1934 [745 pages]), p. 644. "the aged".

9 Bart, Rick, Pease Family Generations, http://history.vineyard.net//pease.htm.


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