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Sarah "Sally" M. Pickard was born on March 23, 1824 in Ellery, New York to Peter Pickard and Mary Fenton-Miller. She lived in Ellery in her youth.
Sarah married her first cousin, Adam Stom before 1845 and they had three children. They lived in Ellery where Adam worked as a farmer. Adam's parents lived with them at least between 1850 and their deaths. Adam died in 1870 and by 1880, those living with Sarah were Milly Stom, Eben Wallace, and granddaughter Emma Wheeler.
Sarah died on August 3, 1890 in Ellery, New York. Her funeral was at the Pickard Street Church where Reverend Wesley Hotchkiss officiated. She was buried in Red Bird Cemetery.
|Offspring of Sarah M. Pickard and Adam Stom (1818-1879)|
|Sarah Teresa Stom (1845-?)||1845|| Unknown Woodward (?-?)|
|Mary Jeanette Stom (1846-1875)||19 September 1846 (New York+ United States)||23 October 1875 (New York+ United States)|| Henry Wheeler (1845-1897)|
|Charity A. Stom (1854-1892)||1854 (New York+ United States)||29 May 1892 (Pickard Street+Ellery+ Chautauqua CountyNew York+ United States)|| John B. Carpenter (1848-1927)|
Common ancestors of Sarah M. Pickard (1824-1890) and Adam Stom (1818-1879)
- Anna Barbara Weiser (1700-1750)
- Anna Elizabeth Stroh (?-?)
- Anna Kuhn (1654-bef1758)
- Anna Magdalena Uebele (1668-1709)
- Anna Marie Kummer (1634-?)
- Barbara Elisabetha Bellinger (1694-aft1738)
- Bartholomew Pickard, Jr. (1676-1742)
- Eechje Classez (1680-1767)
- Gertrude Windecker (1738-?)
- Hans John Gerlach (1632-1682)
- Jacobus Pickard (1730-1791)
- Johann Christian Gerlach (1672-1764)
- Johann Conrad Weiser (1662-1746)
- Johann Hartman Windecker (1676-aft1754)
- John Adam Garlock (1733-1822)
- John Pickard (1760-1827)
- John Schill (?-?)
- Magdelena Maria Garlock (1767-1851)
- Maria Lena Schill (1745-1834)
- Nicholas Bellinger (1645-aft1719)
- Nicholas Pickard (1701-c1750)
- Nicolaus Windecker, Jr. (1653-?)