||Sarah (Dole) Kaighn was a part of William Penn's Pennsylvania Settlers community.|
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General Register Office: Society of Friends' Registers, Notes and Certificates of Births, Marriages and Burials. Records of the General Register Office, Government Social Survey Department, and Office of Population Censuses and Surveys, RG 6. The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, England.
BALDERSTON, MARION. William Penn's Twenty-Three Ships, with Notes on Some of Their Passengers. In The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, vol. 23:2 (1963), pp. 27-67. List of the ships of Penn's First Adventure and dates of arrival at Delaware Bay and Pennsylvania, 1681-1682; one in 1681 and 22 in 1682. Also in no. 8370, Sheppard, pp. 27-67, with corrections and additions, pp. 68-69. John Dole and sister Sarah are listed as arriving in Pennsylvania in 1680.
The authorization for Sarah Dole and Andrew Griscom to marry was recorded 2/7/1685 by the Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.
Sarah Dole is recognized by the Welcome Society and is an Ancestor Approved for Membership.
Children of Sarah Dole and Andrew Griscom
John Kaighn married second Sarah Dole (widow of Andrew Griscom) with whom he had two sons. Sarah was an immigrant from Wales; her brother John Dole was also of Newton Township.
Sarah died shortly after the birth of her son Joseph, who was born 4 Dec 1702.
According to the draft of a letter by Kaighn quoted by Clement, by 1702 he was again a widower, having
Date of birth estimated from marriage; transcript reads "2/7/1685", I don't know if this date has been converted or if "month 2" = April. Should check original image Powell-5629 00:38, 12 January 2015 (EST)
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