Descendants of Sarah Abraham
1. SARAH1 ABRAHAM was born 1639, and died February 10, 1670/71 in Calvert County, Maryland. She married FRANCIS PARROTT 1667 in Calvert County, Maryland, son of RICHARD PARROTT and ELIZABETH THOMPSON. He was born 1634 in Calvert County, Maryland, and died 1670 in Calvert County, Maryland.
Child of SARAH ABRAHAM and FRANCIS PARROTT is:
i. FRANCIS II2 PARROTT, b. 1670, Calvert County, Maryland; d. April 04, 1713, Chowan Precinct, Albemarle County, North Carolina; m. FRANCES JOHNSON, 1695, Chowan Precinct, Tyrell County, North Carolina; b. February 02, 1680/81, Chowan Precinct, Albemarle County, North Carolina; d. April 20, 1747, Bertie County, North Carolina.
NOTE: Jules Abraham is listed as the father of Sarah Abraham in many trees.
NOTE: Information sent from another researcher. Not yet verified by me.
26 February 1671, Sarah Parrott, Widow, signed a seven year lease with John Crooke and Hester his wife for a parcel of land called "Delfe" - adjoining "the land of Francis Parrott."
26 Feb 1671/72 SARA PARROTT, widow, buys from John Crooke for 4000 lbs, tobacco 100 acres called Delph on north side of Great Choptank in Talbot Co, Md at the head of Island Creek adjoining a parcel of land formerly laid of Francis Parrott of said County of Talbot deceased. (NOTE: Quaker minutes say Crooke leased Delph to Sarah and the Talbot Co records she purchased Delph)
SOURCE: Talbot County, Deed Book A#1, p192
Parrat d. 26 Feb 1671, leaving a widow Sarah. On 26 Feb 1671, John Crooke and his wife Hester conveyed to Parrott, widow, a lease for seven years on 100 acres, Delph on N side of Choptank River at the head of Island Creek.
SOURCE: Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore Maryland Vol 3 [Tal R 1;192]
On 4 Da, 5 Mo, 1679, The womens meeting signified a reason to visit the widow Parrott.
SOURCE: Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore Maryland Vol 3 [THMM]
Barnes, R. W. W. F. E. P. H. C. (1996). Colonial families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Westminster, Md. (Rear 63 E. Main St., Westminster 21157), Family Line Publications.