Sarah Clements

F, (circa 1677 - 29 January 1746/47)
Father-Biological*William Clements1 b. 1640, d. Nov 1702
Mother-Biological*Elizabeth Brown1 b. c 1644, d. 17 Mar 1727/28
Family Lines
Whelpley Line
Last Edited=9 Apr 2023
     Sarah Clements was born circa 1677 at Stamford, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of William Clements and Elizabeth Brown.1

Sarah Clements married Zachariah Dibble, age 30 , son of Zachariah Dibble and Sarah Waterbury, on 13 August 1698 at Stamford, Connecticut.2,3,4,5,6,7

Sarah Clements married Ebenezer Canfield, son of Samuel Canfield and Elizabeth Merwin.1,7

Sarah Clements married John Youngs, son of Thomas Youngs and Rebecca Mapes, in 1718/19.8,7 Sarah Clements died on 29 January 1746/47 at Stamford, Connecticut.8,9,7

Children of Sarah Clements and Zachariah Dibble

Children of Sarah Clements and John Youngs


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  9. White, Lorraine Cook. Connecticut, U.S., Town Death Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection). Lehi, Utah: Operations, 2006.