Sarah Clymo1,2

F, #2730, b. 29 October 1820, d. between 1849 and 1850
Last Edited=29 Nov 2009
     Sarah Clymo, daughter of Nicholas Clemmow and Mary Cock, was born on 29 October 1820 at Cambourne, Cornwall, England.3 Sarah Clymo was the daughter of Nicholas Clemmow and Mary Cock.3

Sarah Clymo married Thomas Bailey, son of Thomas Bailey, on 13 January 1844 at Penponds, Cambourne, Cornwall, England, At the time of his marriage, Thomas Bailey is listed as a miner. Thomas Bailey signed the certificate and Sarah made her mark. The marriage was performed in the presence of James Martin and James Bailey and by Hugh Rogers Reitor.41

Sarah Clymo immigrated into the United States with Thomas Bailey on on 29 May 1848 at New York; He was accompanied by his parents and two brothers. They arrived on the ship Roger Sherman, having departed from Falmouth and Havre, which are in Cornwall, Great Britan.5

Sarah Clymo died between 1849 and 1850.6

Children of Sarah Clymo and Thomas Bailey

Citations

  1. [S215] Susan Bailey Ewing, "E-Mail Correspondence with Susan Bailey Ewing," E-Mail message from (author E-Mail address private) at (Keenesburg, Colorado) to this researcher, December, 2005, E-Mail received 31 Jan 2006. Hereinafter cited as "Correspondence - Susan Ewing."
  2. [S4] Birth Record, General Register Office, England. Certificate BXCB 421390. Certified copy given 6 January 2006. photocopy or digital copy is in the personal records of this researcher, Florence, Pinal County, Arizona.
  3. [S254] One Great Family, online onegreatfamily.com, unknown author (One Great Family), Sarah Clymo Family Tree accessed 5 June 2007.
  4. [S16] Marriage Record, General Register Office, England. Certificate MXC 370548. Certified copy given 6 January 2006. photocopy or digital copy is in the personal records of this researcher, Florence, Pinal County, Arizona.
  5. [S436] On-line database: New York, 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists,The Generations Network, Inc., 2003 On-line database, unknown repository address.
  6. [S217] Civil War Military Service Records, National Archives (Washington, D.C.: U.S.Government), Military Pension application of son Thomas Bailey, filed in 1926, include a statement that Thomas's parents died soon after their immigration to the United States.. Hereinafter cited as Military Service Records.