Sarah Roll: Birth: 1 Aug 1794. Death: 14 Oct 1794
Note: Jan Holland, June 2000. Ran away from home at age 11 years. "Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (and Vicinity)" by John Littell, Baltimore, Gen Publ Co Inc, 1981, pp 354 & 355.
Ibid. Birth date 9 Feb 1763 and death date 19 Jan 1833.
Per Martha Roll's notebook p 29 Family 37, b 11 Feb 1763; d 10 Jan 1833.
NJ Index to Wills, Essex Co. p 465. "Roll, Brooks 12625G. Iv 1835."
Westfield District Dog Owners 1827: Brooks Roll. BMNJ, Vol 67, May 1992, p 96.
Death date per "Commemorative History of the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ, 1728-1928". McKinney, Philhower and Kniffin. p 477. 69y 11m 10d.
Named as brother to Baltus Roll in Essex deed C2:218 (18 Jun 1814). Exchanges deeds with other heirs T2:448 in 1825, V2:28 in 1827.
1830 Westfield Census. Brooks Roll. Male 1 1760-1770. Female 1 18151820, 1 1760-1770.
Marriage date per LDS IGI NJ as of Mar 1992, p 17, 098. Gives 2 dates 10 Apr 1786 and 22 Mar 1786.
Essex Co, NJ Deed C2:218 (18 Jun 1814) names Brooks Roll as brother to Baltus Roll. Essex Co, NJ deeds T2:448 in 1825, V2:28 in 1827, exchanges deeds with other heirs (of Mary Brooks Roll).
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/5096/lr14.htm Marriages at the Westfield Presbyterian Church. 1786 Brooks Roll and Phebe Ross April 10.
Ross,Robert L., "The Ross Family of New Jersey, A Record of the Descendants of gEorge and Constance (Little) Ross Other New Jersey, Families," 1990. p. 617. Born Feb 9, 1763 and died Jan 9, 1833. NOTE: Different dates from above.
check Rahway Presbyterian Church records.
Dave, DMS59Dart@aol.com, May 1999. "Brooks Roll and Phebe Ross are buried in the Old Presbyterian cem in Westfield. I visited both cemeteries and took pictures. Brooks and Phebe have broken stones but readable and in the church office, there is a transcription of their stones. Next to them is a daughter Sarah who died at age 2 months and a Boltas Roll who was 63 years old and Murdered." Apr 2003. Row K, grave #36. These tombstones are broken and lying flat on the ground with just some bottom pieces of the stones sticking up from the grave.
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