Sarah Tarne1

#10376, (say 1634 - )
Relationship7th great-grandmother of William David Lewis
Father*Miles Tarne1 (s 1610 - b 1676)
Mother*Sarah _____2 (s 1614 - b 1652)


Edward Bobit b. s 1620, d. 1676
Children 1.Edward Babbitt Jr.+5 (1655 - )
 2.Sarah Babbitt+1 (1657/58 - )
 3.Hannah Babbitt5 (1660/61 - )
 4.Damaris Babbitt5 (1663 - )
 5.Elkana Babbitt+5 (1665 - )
 6.Dorcas Babbitt5 (1666/67 - 1674)
 7.Ester Babbitt5 (1669 - )
 8.Ruth Babbitt6 (1671 - )
 9.Deliverance Babbitt6 (1673 - )
Birth*say 1634She was born say 1634.1 
Marriage*7 September 1643She married Edward Bobit on 7 September 1643 at Taunton, Massachusetts.1,3 
7 September 1643 As of 7 September 1643,her married name was Bobit.1 
Probate6 March 1676/77She was the administrator of Edward Bobit's estate on 6 March 1676/77 at New Plymouth Colony, MassachusettsG; also Judge James Cudworth, poss. 8614.4 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis


  1. [S165] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, four volumes (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), I:207,""BOBBIT, EDWARD, Taunton 1643, m. 7 Sept. 1654, Sarah, d. of Miles Tarne of Boston, and was liv. at T. 1675."
  2. [S165] James Savage, First Settlers of New England, IV:257, 1st known child (Sarah) marr. in 1654.
  3. [S960] David Pulsifer and William B. Trask, "Early Records of Boston", New England Historical and Genealogical Register 2–11 (1848–1857): 11:199, "Edward Bobbet was marryed to Sarh Tarne the Daughter of Myles Tarne of Boston 7 : 7 : 54 by Capt Humphrey Atharton."
  4. [S962] Nathaniel B. Shurtleff and David Pulsifer, editors, Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England (Boston, New York: Press of William White, 1855–1861), reprinted by AMS Press (1968), 5:217-18, "Sarah, the relict of Edward Bobbctt, is graunted letters of adminnestration on the estate of her husband, deceased ; and in order to the settlement of the estate, this Court doth order, that the eldest son shall haue a doubble portion of the whole estate, and to take it in lands vnimproued ; and the administratrix is to haue during her life the land that is improued, with a thirds of the meddow, as in full of her thirds of the proffitts of the lands, and as a healp to the bringing vp of the children, and a thirds of the goods and chatties to her owne dispose, the rest of the estate to be equally deuided amongst the rest of the children."
  5. [S962] Nathaniel B. Shurtleff and David Pulsifer, Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England, 7:40, all as Bobbitt.
  6. [S958] Edgar H. Reed, "Marriages, Births and Deaths in Taunton, Mass.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register 16, 17 (Oct. 1862, Jan. 1863): 16:325.