F, b. circa 1650, d. after 10 April 1740
Sarah was born circa 1650.1 Sarah married Samuel Hoyt [Haight] I, son of Nicholas Hoyt and Susanna (?), circa 1668. Samuel removed from Windsor to East Chester and later to Flushing, Long Island. In 1695, Samuel, along with four other men became original patentees of Harrison's Purchase in Westchester County. He was the first of family to use the name "Haight". 1698, Samuel and Sarah and her husband, [ROF:Flushing Town] were listed on the Flushing Town Census; Sam'll Haight, Sarah his wife, sons: Nicholas, Jonathan, David, John, daughters: Sarah, Mary, Hannah, Phebe and one negro. Sarah departed this life after 10 April 1740 in the Town of Flushing, Queens County, Long Island, New York. St was noted in her son John's will on this date.
|Samuel Hoyt [Haight] I b. 1 May 1647, d. 21 Sep 1712|
- [S506] Note: There is a written record stating that William Noble was the father-in-law of Samuel Haight. In the same record is a quote that states that William had no issue of his own body. This may have met that William had no male issue to inherit his lands. William's wife, Mary, may have been the mother of Sarah, making William Sarah's step father. It is also possible that she was adopted by the Nobles. If any of this is true, Sarah's maiden name could have been Noble. At present, Sarah's maiden name must remain unknown. There is definitely a relationship between Samuel and William even after his death as Samuel is in charge of the estate and is the one petitioning the court in matters relating to William's will. - KLM.