(November 11, 1687 - 1744)
BirthShe was one of 7 children.
MarriageThe Angell and Clemence families were original settlers in 1630s Providence.
CivilHer father's will: To daughter Sarah Angell 20s.
CivilHer mother's will, probate: To my daughters Sarah Angell, Ann Brown and Abigail Thornton 20 pounds in silver money. I give to my daughter Sarah Angel my feather bed, to my three daughters my wearing apparril
DeathSarah is not mentioned in husband's probate so probably died before him.
1. Arnold, James N., Vital record of Rhode Island 1636-1850, a family register for the people Narragansett Historical, Providence, Rhode Island 1891, Volume 2 page 217 image 261 of 444 Providence, Births .
2. Rhode Island births and christenings 1600-1914 database. FamilySearch.org : 14 June 2016., Indexing Project (Batch) C50001-1, System Origin Rhode_Island-ODM, FHL 908559. Page 32 Births recorded in Providence, image 30 of 760.
3. Providence (R.I.). Record Commissioners. The Early Records of the Town of Providence, V. I-XXI. Providence, Snow and Farnham, city printers, 1892, Volume 5 page 286 Sarah and Richard, their children.
4. Ancestry.com The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, 1847-2011 Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., Provo, UT, USA, 2011, Index, no image volume 155 page 142.
5. J.H. Beers and Co, Representative men and old families of Rhode Island (Name: J.H. Beers and Co; Location: Chicago; Date: 1908;), Volume 3 page 1688.
6. Austin, John Osborne. The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island: Comprising Three Generations of Settlers Who Came Before 1690, With Many Families Carried to the Fourth Generation. Albany: J Munsell’s sons, 1887, Page 48 Clemence, Thomas, Richard, Sarah m. Angell.