Sarah Pabodie was born 7 Aug 1656 at Duxbury, Plymouth. She was the daughter of Elizabeth Alden and William Pabodie. Sarah married John Coe at Duxbury on 10 Nov 1681. He was the son of Matthew and Elizabeth (Whately) Coe of Portsmouth, N.H. Sarah and John Coe had seven children. Sarah died 27 Aug 1740 at Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island. John died at the same place 16 Dec 1728, age 79.
"Tradition says, Sarah accompanied her father on a trip to Little Compton, probably to make a home for him, and John Coe, a surveyor, came down the river in a boat, landed on the shore near the present location, and helped William Pabodie lay out the lots, and the next year married Sarah."
↑ Alden.org: Descendants of John Alden - Sarah Pabodie: accessed 27 Jan 2018.
↑ Excerpt From: Alden, Mary Langford Taylor. “Elizabeth (Alden) Pabodie and descendants.” Salem, Mass. : E. Putnam, 1897. iBooks. This material may be protected by copyright.
Woodworth-Barnes, Esther Littleford and Williams, Alicia Crane, Mayflower Families through Five Generations, Vol 16 Part 1 of 3, John Alden, Boston, Mass.: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2002.
Vital Record of Duxbury, Massachusetts - Year 1911.[Page 21]: Sarah pabodie the daughter of william pabodie & Elizabeth his wife was borne august . 7 . 1656. Vital Record of Duxbury, Massachusetts - Year 1911. PABODIE - Plymouth County - Page 114. birth of Sarah, daughter of William & Elizabeth [dup. Elisabeth], 07 August 1656.
World Family Tree Vol. 1, Ed. 1, pre-1600 to present, Brøderbund Software, Inc., 1997, Media: Family Archive CD.
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