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In memory of Sarah Wilcox, my Maternal 9th Great-Grandmother on the HARVEY branch.


  • Commemorative biographical record of Hartford County, Connecticut : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families, Part 3, p. 1053 - [Read]
  • NEHGR, Vol 72 p. 4 [Read]
  • NEHGR Vol 29 p. 25-26 [Read]
  • Johnson, Stedman, and allied families; a genealogical study with biographical notes, by Mabel Johnson, 1920. [Read]
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Sarah Wilcox

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1648 Oct 3

Hartford, Connecticut






1717 Feb 3

Hartford, Connecticut

Ancient Burying Ground

Hartford, Connecticut


Sarah Wilcox was born on October 3, 1648, in Hartford, Connecticut. She married first in 1666 to Thomas Long and second to David Ensign in 1685. She died on February 3, 1717, at the age of 68, in Hartford. She is buried in the Ancient Burying Ground in Hartford.


Sarah Wilcox & David Ensign Jr were the parents of my ancestor,

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