fact sources and writings about this individual
|research of Kevin Everingham, 2001-|
1Documents relating to the Colonial History of New Jersey Vol.22,
see marriage record page.
2(Sarah's Uncle) Richard ROBINS married Hannah MOORE (b.~1677), married 20 Oct 1692 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ. Richard's sister "Hope" married Hannah's brother "John". Richard Robbins married 2nd to Catherine Holmes about 1704. Hannah may have died in child birth.
3Sarah's grand-parents were Daniel ROBINS (b.1645 Crosswicks, Monmouth, NJ) & Hope POTTER (b.3 Oct 1692 Wethersfield, New Haven, Conn). Daniel Robins died 18 Aug, 1714 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ. He is buried at the Robins family farm at Freehold, Monmouth, NJ. He is said to be the first settler of Woodbridge, NJ in 1669. Daniel Robins is also thought to be a Quaker or very closely interacted with Quakers.
4more on this family, see: "First settlers of Piscataway and Woodbridge, NJ" & "The exile of Daniel Robbins to America in 1652" by Sara Robbins Hoffman., "Families of Ancient New Haven" by Donald Lines Jacobus.
5Further information from Sara Robbins Hoffman, May 2008;
Sarah Robins was not the daughter of Richard & Hannah Moore Robins. Research indicates she may be but not proven to be the daughter of Richard's brother Nathaniel Robins who had twin daughters Sarah & Meribah. Orphaned as young children, their grandfather Daniel Robins asked his son Daniel Jr., to act as their guardian in 1714.