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Sarah Noyes (Browne)

Birthdate: (81)
Birthplace: Southampton, Hampshire, England
Death: Died in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Joseph Browne and Sarah Browne
Wife of Rev. James Noyes and Rev. James Noyes
Mother of Dea. Joseph Noyes; James Noyes; Sarah Noyes; Moses Noyes; John Noyes and 11 others
Sister of James Browne, Sr.

Managed by: David Bradbury Stewart
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About Sarah Noyes

Sarah BROWNE was born about 1610 in England. She emigrated on 23 Mar 1633/34 from London, England. She immigrated in 1634 to Medford, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Medford was originally known as Mystic. She signed a will on 11 Nov 1681. The estate was valued at £1,108. She died on 13 Sep 1691 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts. She Will (proved) on 29 Sep 1691. Sailed on ship Mary & John of London, Robert Sayres, Master, on 23 Mar 1633 with husband James and brother-in-law Nicholas, and with others took the oath of supremacy and allegiance. The ship was detained in the Thames. Eldest daughter of Joseph Browne of Southampton.


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From Noyes Family Genealogy Pages

Married 21 Mar 1633/4 Romsey, Hampshire, England to Rev. James Noyes (b 22 Oct 1608 in Cholderton, Wiltshire, England - d 22 Oct 1656 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony). He was the son of Rev. William Noyes and his wife Anne Parker of Cholderton.

Their children, born at Newbury:

  • 1. Deac. NOYES Joseph, b. 14 Oct 1637, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts d. 16 Nov 1717, Bermuda Islands (Age 80 years)
  • 2. Rev. NOYES James, II, b. 11 Mar 1639/40, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts. 30 Dec 1719/20, Stonington, New London, Connecticut (Age 80 years)
  • 3. NOYES Sarah, b. 12 Aug 1641, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts d. 21 Feb 1653 (Age 11 years)
  • 4. Rev. NOYES Moses, b. 6 Dec 1643, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts d. 10 Nov 1729, Lyme, New London, Connecticut (Age 85 years)
  • 5. Col. NOYES Thomas, Esq., b. 10 Aug 1648, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts d. Bef 24 Apr 1730 (Age < 81 years)
  • 6. NOYES John, b. 4 Jun 1649, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts d. 9 Nov 1678, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts (Age 29 years)
  • 7. NOYES Rebecca, b. 1 Apr 1651, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
  • 8. Deacon NOYES William, b. 22 Sep 1653, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts d. 10 Mar 1743/4, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts (Age 90 years)
  • 9. NOYES Sarah, b. 21 Mar 1655/6, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts d. 20 May 1697, Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age 41 years)

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http://noyes.rootsweb.com/wga14.html#I3637

Website based on "Genealogical Record of Some of the Noyes Descendants of James, Nicholas and Peter Noyes", published in 1904 by Col. Henry E. Noyes.

Although this entire work is included in this database, nearly 700 additional sources have been added over the years with literally thousands of citations to these various sources.

Brown, Sarah (~1610 - 1691) - female

  • b. ABT 1610 in England
  • d. 13 SEP 1691 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
  • father: Browne, Joseph(*1575 - )
  • mother: [Browne], Sarah(*1579 - )

Sailed on ship Mary + John of London, Robert Sayres, Master, on 23 Mar 1633 with husband James and brother-in-law Nicholas, and with others took the oath of supremacy and allegiance. The ship was detained in the Thames. Eldest daughter of Joseph Brown of Southampton.

  • Emigration - 23 MAR 1633/34; London, England;
  • Immigration - 1634; Medford, Middlesex, Massachusetts;
  • Medford was originally known as Mystic.
  • Will - 11 NOV 1681; The estate was valued at £1,108. Event Will (proved) - 29 SEP 1691;

From Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Mar 20 2017, 18:26:19 UTC

spouse: Noyes, James (1608 - 1656) - m. 1633/34 in Cholderton, Wiltshire, England

Rev. James Noyes married in Romsey, Hampshire, 21 March 1633/4 Sarah Browne, daughter of Joseph Browne. They came from Cholderton, Wiltshire to Massachusetts Bay in 1634 on the "Mary & John" (on 26 March 1634, "James Noyce" was enrolled at Southampton as a passenger for New England on the Mary & John). They first settled in Ipswich & moved to Newbury in 1635. They had nine children: Joseph, James, Sarah, Moses, Thomas, John, Rebecca Knight, William, & Sarah Hale. In her will of 28 June 1664, the widow of James Noyes mentioned "my brother Mr. James Browne's," who may have been the minister of that name at Portsmouth. James Noyes was brother of NICHOLAS NOYES. The two brothers were first cousins of THOMAS PARKER {1634, Ipswich} and fourh cousins of PETER NOYES {1638, Sudbury}.

Source: Anderson's Great Migration Study Project

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Sarah Noyes's Timeline

1610
1610
Southampton, Hampshire, England
1637
October 14, 1637
Age 27
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
1639
March 11, 1639
Age 29
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1640
March 11, 1640
Age 30
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
1641
August 12, 1641
Age 31
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1643
December 6, 1643
Age 33
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
December 6, 1643
Age 33
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1645
June 3, 1645
Age 35
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts