||Sarah (Hyland) Turner migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).|
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Source for date and location as event as "Death: 1688 in Scituate," Plymouth, Massachusetts, Colonies of England, America. Relatives: Thomas Hiland (Father) and Deborah (Mother). Children: Charles Turner, Elizabeth Turner, Ephraim Turner, Grace Turner, Humphrey Turner, Josiah Turner, Mary Turner, Nathan Turner, Thomas Turner and Eunice Buck. [Note: NEHGR 66:67 reports her husband died in 1688. Did she also die that year?
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