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Robert Pease
Margaret King
Malachi Browning
Mary Collier
John Pease
Mary Browning
(Abt 1629-After 1695)
Sarah Pease
(1661-After 1747)


Family Links

1. Deacon John Daggett

2. Bainfield Capron

Sarah Pease

  • Born: 1661, Edgarton, Dukes Co., MA
  • Marriage (1): Deacon John Daggett in 1685 891
  • Marriage (2): Bainfield Capron 6 Dec 1735 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA 892,893,894,895
  • Died: After 1747

bullet   FamilySearch ID: L5FV-X9M.


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.
Deathdate after 1747 as she is named in her husband's will which was probated in 1752. 400,886

bullet  Research Notes:

North Attleboro Historical Society: (617) 695-6680


Sarah married Deacon John Daggett, son of Thomas Doggett and Hannah Mayhew, in 1685.891 (Deacon John Daggett was born 7 Sep 1662 in Edgarton, Dukes Co., MA,896 died 7 Sep 1724 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA 808,896 and was buried in Old Hatch Grave Yard, Attleborough, MA 808,810.)

bullet  Marriage Notes:

Further documentation needed to establish this marriage, but the U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, at, records this marriage. Still not a confirmation.
Some sources, including a dubious FaG memorial for Zilpha, state that Zilpha was the daughter of Deacon John Daggett and Sarah Norton Daggett.

Along with the following there seems to be enough evidence to declare this marriage to Sarah Pease..
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. 810,886


Sarah next married Bainfield Capron 6 Dec 1735 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA 892,893,894.,895 (Bainfield Capron was born about 1660 in Devonshire, England and died 20 Aug 1752 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA 897,898.)

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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