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Grave has been located flag female ancestor  Sarah  REDER

  (b. abt. 1585 Canterbury, England   d. 11 October 1616 Leiden, Netherlands )  

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Sarah REDER was born abt. 1585 in Canterbury, England. Sarah REDER was the child of Samuel REDER   and   Sarah SPRAGUE

Marriage(s) and Child(ren):

She married  Robert CUSHMAN 31 July 1606 in Canterbury, Kent, England .  The couple had (at least) 2 children. Robert CUSHMAN  was born 9 February 1578 in Rolvenden, Kent, England.  He died 16 February 1625 in London, England.  He was the son of Thomas CUSHMAN and Eleanor HUBBARD.

Sarah REDER died 11 October 1616 in Leiden, Netherlands .
Details of the family tree of Sarah appear below.

  • Canterbury, England
  • 1606 Marriage / Partner
    Sarah REDER and Robert CUSHMAN 31 July 1606, Canterbury, Kent, England
  • 1608 Birth of Child
    Thomas CUSHMAN was born 8 February 1608, Canterbury, England
  • 1615 Birth of Child
    Sarah CUSHMAN was born 16 December 1615, Leiden, Netherlands (Holland) (Leyden)
  • 1616 Death
    11 October 1616
    Leiden, Netherlands (Holland) (Leyden)

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Added: 9/16/2016 10:31:07 AM - Updated: 10/2/2017 9:23:26 AM

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