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Sarah Simpson (1734 - 1822)

Sarah Simpson
Born in Dauphin Cnty, PAmap
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Wife of — married 1762 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died at age 88 [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 29 Mar 2017
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[1]"Captain Samuel Davis married in 1782, Jane Cook, a daughter of Mrs. Sarah Simpson Cook, who was herself a daughter of Samuel Simpson (ca. 1706-1791), said to have been assistant Quartermaster of the Pennsylvania Regiment during the Revolution. His father was Thomas Simpson (ca. 1683-1761) and his father was John Simpson, who emigrated from Scotland to Ireland and from Ireland to America, settling in Pennsylvania as did many of the Scotch-Irish people."

Family of Origin

[2]Grandfather: Thomas Simpson Grandmother: Hannah

Sarah Simpson & Her Siblings:

  1. Jean Simpson
  2. John Simpson
  3. Margaret Simpson
  4. Sarah Simpson
  5. Rebecca Simpson
  6. Nathaniel Simpson
  7. Mary Simpson

Father's Origins: Sarah Simpson

Father: Samuel Simpson
Birth Date: 1706
Birth Place: Abbington Twp, Montgomery Co
First Marriage Date: 1728
Death Date: Dec 1791
Death Place: Paxtang
GrandMother: Jane Cook
Birth Date: 1759
First Marriage Date: 1782
First Marriage Place: Augusta, GA
Death Date: 1844
Father: William Cook
Mother: Sarah Simpson
Spouse: Samuel Davis
Child: JOSEPH Emory Davis

Family of Consent

[3]Sarah Simpson, from the US, Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970[4]

Name: Sarah Simpson
Birth Date: 1734
Death Date: 1822
SAR Membership: 56759
Role: Ancestor
Application Date: 24 Apr 1939
Spouse: William Cooke
Children: Jane Cooke


  1. Armstrong, Zella of the Tennessee Historical Commission. Notable Southern Families. Vol II. Chattanooga, Tenn: The Lookout Publishing Co.
  2. The Kinnears and their kin : a memorial volume of history, biography and genealogy, with Revolution.
  3. The Kinnears and their kin : a memorial volume of history, biography and genealogy, with Revolution.
  4. US, Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc, Vol 284. 2011.

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Simpson-11750 and Simpson-9817 appear to represent the same person because: same husband and daughter
posted by Robin Lee
posted on Simpson-11750 (merged) by Eddie King

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