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Sarah Ann Goodrich Marks was born 8 April 1768 in Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States to Elisha Goodrich (1724-1789) and Lucy Goodrich (1734-1807) and died 17 October 1857 in Pawlet, Rutland County, Vermont, United States of unspecified causes. She married Cornell Cornwall Marks (1769-1857) 13 February 1792 in Glastonbury Second Congregational Church, Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. Ancestors are from the United States.


Family & Marriage

  1. William Marks (1792-1872) - 1st president LDS Nauvoo Stake & leader in RLDS Church
  2. Prudence Marks (1795-1852) (twin) - mormon pioneer migrated to Utah
  3. Paulina Marks (1795-) (twin) -
  4. Elisha Marks (1797-) -
  5. Electa Marks (1800-1892)
  6. Elizabeth Marks (1802-1820)
  7. Ira Marks (1805-1886) -



Children


Offspring of Cornell Cornwall Marks and Sarah Ann Goodrich (1768-1857)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Marks (1792-1872) 15 November 1792 Rutland, Rutland County, Vermont 22 May 1872 Plano, Kendall County, Illinois Rosanna Robinson (1795-1869)
Julia Ann Durfee (1822-1892)

Prudence Marks (1795-1852) 1 May 1795 Pawlet, Rutland County, Vermont 9 February 1852 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah Josiah Prescott (1777-1864)
Samuel Miles (1779-1847)

Paulina Marks (1795-)
Elisha Marks (1797-)
Electa Marks (1800-1892)
Elizabeth Marks (1802-1820)
Ira Marks (1805-1886)






Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
Ω Birth
  • The purported date of Sarah's birth, Apr. 8, 1768 in the Goodrich Genealogy, is in error (see her father's bio). She was baptized per the Glastonbury 1st Church records on Apr. 8, 1770. [Source: Don Blauvelt] (Find a Grave)



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