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Sarah (Trefry) Wyman (abt. 1796 - 1868)

Sarah Wyman formerly Trefry
Born about in Yarmouth, Nova Scotiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 1813 in Yarmouth, Nova Scotiamap
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 71 in Yarmouth, Nova Scotiamap
Profile last modified | Created 10 Jan 2010
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Biography

Sarah Trefry was born circa 1795[1], the daughter of Joshua Pitman Trefry II and Elizabeth Kinney of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia[2]

Circa 1813 she married John Wyman, son of James Wyman I, and they had children[2], including

  1. Sarah Wyman, born 1814, who married Loran Nickerson; and then married Christopher Blackadder on January 25, 1849, and died March 29, 1892
  2. Emeline Wyman, born April 2, 1817; who married Captain Gilbert Allen, son of Captain Thomas Allen I on January 18, 1840
  3. Matilda, June 17, 1819, who married Robert Sadleir in 1841
  4. John C Wyman II, born July 18, 1821, who married Almira Saunders, daughter of Richard Saunders on January 7, 1845
  5. James Wellesley, born January 25 1823, who married Lydia Anne Landers, daughter of Thomas Landers on December 4, 1845; and then married Caroline Baker, daughter of Jonathan Baker III on November 15, 1848; and then married Elizabeth Augusta Power, daughter of Captain Nathaniel Power on June 21, 1860; and who died September 11, 1900
  6. Azubah Ann Wyman, born June 1825, who married a Miller
  7. George Wyman, born March 4, 1828, who died at St. Thomas October 1, 1850 unmarried
  8. Elizabeth Wyman, born June 7, 1852, who died unmarried
  9. Hannah Wyman, born June 4, 1835, who married George W. Riddle
  10. Margaret Wyman, born November 18, 1839, who died unmarried

Sarah Trefry Wyman died in 1868, and is buried in the Yarmouth Mountain Cemetery (West)[3] [1]

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Cemetery listing Following is a complete listing of Mountain Cemetery West. Although complete, it is not updated to the present. Most of the Genealogy notes are those of Noted Yarmouth County Genealogist Clement Doane and transcribed by Robert MacKinnon at NSARMS (reference mfm #12073). Updated 6 Feb 12; referenced March 9, 2017
  2. 2.0 2.1 Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Genealogies : Transcribed from the Yarmouth Herald, by George S. Brown; prepared for publication by Martha & William Reamy, assisted by John McDonald Hilton ... et al.; published in Baltimore : Genealogical Pub. Co., c1993. ISBN: 0806313722; page 589, 597
  3. Findagrave Memorial #112868243 for Sarah Trefry Wyman 1795-1868


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Trefry-27 and Trefry-19 appear to represent the same person because: Same person. Trefry 27 was a duplicate, attached to the wrong father. Son James is also a duplicate
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Trefry-27 and Trefry-58 appear to represent the same person because: same person
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