Sarah White

F, #35753, (say 1645 - )
Father*John White1 b. s 1615
Last Edited:22 Feb 2016

Children with Adrian/1 Frye:

  • William/2 Frye1,7 b. say 1660
  • Eleanor/2 Frye+1 b. circa 1668
  • Adrian/2 Frye1,8 b. say 1671
  • Sarah/2 Frye1,7 b. say 1674
  • Elizabeth/2 Frye1,7 b. say 1677
  • Joanna/2 Frye1,7 b. say 1679
  • Joseph/2 Frye1 b. circa 1679
Sarah White married Adrian/1 Frye.2,3,4 Administration of her estate was assigned to her son William 22 Nov 1709.5,6 "Their poster. were largely Friends."1

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S1221] Noyes, Libby and Davis, Gen. Dict. of Maine and New Hampshire, 248, Adrian (1.) Frye. Hereinafter GDMNH.
  2. [S221] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages, p. unrecorded: ?Hannah/Sarah [WHITE], by 1668, Kittery.
  3. [S1221] Noyes, Libby and Davis, GDMNH, 746, John (9.) White.
  4. [S1330] Ellen Frye Barker, Frye Genealogy, 11.
  5. [S1330] Ellen Frye Barker, Frye Genealogy, 13.
  6. [S1221] Noyes, Libby and Davis, GDMNH, 248, Adrian (1.) Frye: grs. William, 23 Nov.
  7. [S1330] Ellen Frye Barker, Frye Genealogy, 14.
  8. [S1330] Ellen Frye Barker, Frye Genealogy, 14-15.

Adrian/1 Frye

M, #35754, (circa 1636 - )
Custom index:Philip's War (1675-76)
Last Edited:8 Aug 2017

Children with Sarah White:

  • William/2 Frye1,9 b. say 1660
  • Eleanor/2 Frye+1 b. circa 1668
  • Adrian/2 Frye1,10 b. say 1671
  • Sarah/2 Frye1,9 b. say 1674
  • Elizabeth/2 Frye1,9 b. say 1677
  • Joanna/2 Frye1,9 b. say 1679
  • Joseph/2 Frye1 b. circa 1679
Adrian/1 Frye first appears in 1663 at Eliot, Maine.1 A Quaker, he married Sarah White, daughter of John White.2,3,4 In 1664, Abraham Conley, Adrian Frye and Elizabeth Conley were witnesses against Thomas Crawley, and in 1675 Abraham Conley was living with Adrian Frye.1 Removed to Portsmouth, New Hampshire during the time of Philip's War.1 12 Oct 1692 Adrian and Sarah ffry deeded, "for the Naturall love and affection I bear unto my loving son William ffry as also for ye Comfortable provision for myself and my wife Sarah during our Naturall lives," their homestead to their son William in exchange for lifetime support, both signing by mark.1,5 Granted administration of his mother's estate, 22 Nov 1709.6,7 "Their poster. were largely Friends."1
     "With the name of Nicholas Shapliegh [sic] that of Adrian Fry appears often on the Kittery, Me., records. … His mark with that of his wife often appeared on legal papers from 1664 to 1692. He witnessed a deed in 12-7-1663, was a witness at Court in 1667, and had a grant of 100 acres in 1669. In 1664 he witnessed a receipt for a 'Negro Boy named Mingoe, and a Sorrell Horse.'
     "Adrian lived just south of Sturgeon Creek in 1674 and the place was called 'Frye's Point' in a deed in 1713. 15 Jul 1690, 'At a Court of Sessions held in York, Adrian Fry & Family were P'sented for not Comeing to Mitting.' During all this period he appears on the records as a grantor and grantee of various tracts of land."4
     Torrey and Gen. Dict. Maine and New Hampshire (246) report that Adrian Frye also married Hannah White, daughter of Robert. Elsewhere (748), the latter work reports that Hannah White married Robert Allen, who was a witness to Adrian Frye's 1692 life care agreement.2,8

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S1221] Noyes, Libby and Davis, Gen. Dict. of Maine and New Hampshire, 248, Adrian (1.) Frye. Hereinafter GDMNH.
  2. [S221] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages, p. unrecorded: ?Hannah/Sarah [WHITE], by 1668, Kittery.
  3. [S1221] Noyes, Libby and Davis, GDMNH, 746, John (9.) White.
  4. [S1330] Ellen Frye Barker, Frye Genealogy, 11.
  5. [S1330] Ellen Frye Barker, Frye Genealogy, 11-13.
  6. [S1330] Ellen Frye Barker, Frye Genealogy, 13.
  7. [S1221] Noyes, Libby and Davis, GDMNH, 248, Adrian (1.) Frye: grs. William, 23 Nov.
  8. [S1221] Noyes, Libby and Davis, GDMNH, 248, 746.
  9. [S1330] Ellen Frye Barker, Frye Genealogy, 14.
  10. [S1330] Ellen Frye Barker, Frye Genealogy, 14-15.