Sarah Collier was the daughter of William Collier, one of the investors or Merchant Adventurers, an initial shareholder in the Plymouth Plantation, Massachusetts.
Her family Came from Southwark, Surrey to Plymouth Colony in 1633.
Sarah was baptized on April 30, 1616, at St Olave's Church, in the parish of Southwark St Olave, an area of south-east London in the London Borough of Southwark, England; and died on April 26, 1691 at Duxbury, Massachusetts. She was a daughter of Jane Clark and William Collier, one of the investors, or Merchant Adventurers, and an initial shareholder in the Plymouth Colony. She was the sister of Mary Collier, the wife of Thomas Prence, a co-founder of Eastham, Massachusetts, a political leader in both the Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay colonies, and governor of Plymouth (1634, 1638, and 1657–73). Thomas' first wife, Patience Brewster, was a sister of Love's.
Marriage & Family
Love Brewster (1611-1650), who sailed on the Mayflower at Age 9 to Plymouth Colony, married Sarah Collier at Plymouth, Massachusetts, on May 15, 1634. Sarah, Love's widow, married sometime after September 1, 1656, Richard Parke of Cambridge, Massachusetts, and he died there in 1665. He also gave her a life's interest in his estate, which was later sold to Thomas Parke in 1678.
|Offspring of William Collier and Jane Clarke (1591-1666)|
|Mary Collier (1612-1672)||1612 Southward, Surrey, England||1644 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts|| Thomas Prence (1600-1673)|
|Sarah Collier (1613-1691)||30 April 1616 Southwark, Surrey, England, United Kingdom||26 April 1691 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States|| Love Brewster (1611-1650)|
Richard Parke (1609-1664)
|Rebecca Collier (1614-1698)|| |
|John Collier (1616-1618)|| |
|John Collier (1618-1619)|| |
|Elizabeth Collier (1618-1670)||March 1618 London, Middlesex, England||5 April 1670 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts|| Constant Southworth (1612-1678)|
|James Collier (1622-1624)|| |
|Martha Collier (1624-1625)|| |
|Lydia Collier (1625-1625)|
- Mayflower and Her Passengers by Caleb Johnson - Genealogical research on all Mayflower pilgrims. 292 pages (Pulb 2006).
- Sarah Collier - disambiguation
- Collier in Massachusetts - first families genealogy
- Love Brewster - Wikipedia
- William Collier (1590-1674)/List of Famous Descendants