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Sarah Covell (Nickerson)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Chatham, Barnstable, Massachusetts
Death: Died in Chatham, Barnstable, Massachusetts
Place of Burial: Massachusetts
Immediate Family:

Daughter of William Nickerson, II and Ann Nickerson (Busby)
Wife of Nathaniel Covell
Mother of Elizabeth Eldredge; Sarah Phillips; Nathaniel Covell, III; William Covell, Sr.; Joseph Covell and 1 other
Sister of Nicholas Nickerson; Elizabeth Eldridge; Robert Nickerson; Thomas Nickerson; Anne Hedges and 4 others

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About Sarah Covell

Mother of: Nathaniel, William (1649-1719), Joseph, Ephraim**, Sarah, Elizabeth

Sister of: John, Nicholas, Elizabeth, Robert, Thomas, Anne, Samuel, William, Joseph

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Sarah Covell's Timeline

1644
1644
Chatham, Barnstable, Massachusetts
1663
July 4, 1663
Age 19
Yarmouth, Michigan, United States
1664
1664
Age 20
Chatham, MA, USA

[Nathaniel Covell (and his wife Sarah?)] removed to Monomoit [(an early name of Chatham)] a year or two after this marriage.

1666
1666
Age 22
Chatham, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony
1669
1669
Age 25
Monomoit, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony
1670
1670
Age 26
Chatham, MA
1673
February 11, 1673
- February 11, 1674
Age 29
Chatham, MA, USA

By deed dated February 11, 1673-4, his wife received from her father 40 acres of upland and 10 acres of meadow at Monomoit. On this the family lived. The house and upland were located on the south side of Crow's pond, between it and Ryder's Cove, then called Alewife or Herring River. There were six acres of woodland at the Oyster Pond furlong and the meadow land was at Muddy Cove.

1673
Age 29
Chatham, MA
1675
1675
Age 31
Chatham, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony
1677
1677
Age 33
Chatham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States