Sarah Stillwell (Darvil)
|Also Known As:||"Sarah Bullard", "Sara Darvil", "Sara Stillwell", "Sara Bullard", "Sarah Darville", "Sara Darvill"|
|Birthplace:||Eleuthera, The Bahamas|
|Death:||(Date and location unknown)|
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About Sarah Stillwell Bullard
Sarah Darvil was from Eleuthera, The Bahamas. She married twice -- to Daniel Stillwell and to Thomas Bullard. The order of the marriages is unknown.
Historian Sandra Riley writes in Homeward Bound"
Sarah Darvil married Thomas Bullard 24 June 1726. Her brother John Darvil of Eleuthera had been among the pirates who took the Spanish launch in 1715. Although the tota prize was 11,000 pieces of eight, he bequeathed to his "belov'd Sister Sara Darvill one gold ring, 4 Pewter Spoons and one Pewter Bassin and one Iron Pott forever."