Sarah married John Linnett in Yelvertoft . At the time she was living in Yelvertoft and Thomas was living in Elkington (a 'deserted' parish, close to Yelvertoft where he was most likely working as an ag labourer/shepherd) 
In 1841,Sarah was living at 'Linnetts Lodge' Clay Coton. Herage was given as 65 She was living with her husband Thomas, and a John Linnett aged 9; probably John Billingham Linnett , illegitimate son of daughter Mary . They had a lodger Samuel Johnson, living with them. Everyone in the household is marked as being born in the county. 
In 1851, Sarah was recorded as a widow, and a pauper in Clay Coton . Her place of brth was given as Watford Northamptonshire. Her household was next on the page to that of her son John Linnett.
In1861, Sarah ,aged 88 was still living alone in Clay Coton, she is recorded as being an 'alms woman' born in Watford Northamptonshire
Sarah died in January 1865 and was buried at the parish church on 14th January. She was aged 91 years.
What was Sarah doing in Northampton Gaol in 1816?
↑ Northamptonshire Record Office
Yelvertoft, Marriage register Thomas Linnett of the parish of Elkington Extra Parochial Batchelor Sarah Jefferey OTP Spinster by Banns
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Sarah by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Sarah: