Sarah Mller (Kittleman)
|Birthplace:||Downington, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Death:||Died in Centerville, Davis, Texas, United States|
Daughter of William Kittleman and Eliza Jane Kittleman
|Managed by:||Arthur Rexford Whittaker|
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Sarah Kittleman was born in Downington, Chester county, Pennsylvania on September 20, 1845. She and her twin sister (Hannah) were the youngest of the six children who accompanied their parents, William and Elizabeth Hindman Kittleman on the Brooklyn. They were four and one-half months old. Many incidents are told concerning the happenings which involved the passengers on this historic voyage; but one was especially remembered by Elizabeth Kittleman. During the lay over in Honolulu several natives came aboard and when they saw the tiny twin girls they were delighted and immediately wanted permission to take them ashore and show them to their Queen. The request was granted, but after they had been gone more than two hours, the mother Elizabeth, became alarmed. The ship's crew organized a posse and were ready to start the search when two young native girls came running toward the ship with the infants. They brought numerous gifts from the Queen for their mother.