Sarah Pace, Jamestown Orphan

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Sarah Pace (Maycock), Jamestown Orphan

Also Known As: "Maycox", "Maycocks", "Maycocke"
Birthdate: (33)
Birthplace: James City, Colonial Virginia, British American colonies
Death: Died in Jamestown, James City County, Virginia
Place of Burial: Macock Plantation, Jamestown, Colony of Virginia, British Colonial America
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Rev. Samuel Maycock, Ancient Planter and Mary Pierce
Wife of George Pace
Mother of Richard Pace; John Pace; Elizabeth Pace; Thomas Pace; George Pace, II and 2 others

Managed by: Daniel James Huss
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About Sarah Pace, Jamestown Orphan

Sarah Maycock "the Jamestown orphan"

  • Birth: 1621 - Jamestown, James City, Virginia
  • Death: 1655 - , Virginia, USA
  • Parents: Samuel Maycock, Mary Pierce
  • Husband: George Pace
  • AKA: Maycox, Maycocks, Maycocke

Sarah Maycock, according to my available resources, was six days old when the Massacre of 1622 occurred. She was the lone survivor of her family at Maycock's Plantation.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_massacre_of_1622

  • Reference: FamilySearch Family Tree - SmartCopy: Nov 23 2016, 20:25:24 UTC
  • Residence: Local - 1624 - James City, Colonial Virginia, British American colonies
  • Residence: Maycock Plantation - 1655 - James City, Colonial Virginia, British American colonies
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Sarah Pace, Jamestown Orphan's Timeline

1621
November 1621
James City, Colonial Virginia, British American colonies
1637
1637
Age 15
Charles City County, Virginia
1640
1640
Age 18
1642
1642
Age 20
Jamestown, James Town City, Virginia, USA
1642
Age 20
Charles City, Charles City, VA, USA
1644
1644
Age 22
1646
1646
Age 24
Jamestown, VA
1648
1648
Age 26
Jamestown, VA
1655
June 4, 1655
Age 33
Jamestown, James City County, Virginia