|Birth: ||Aug. 29, 1685|
|Death: ||May 4, 1765|
New Haven County
The daughter of JOHN & SUSANNA (COE) ALLING, she married Jonathan Mansfield on June 1, 1708 in New Haven Colony.
Deacon Jonathan Mansfield lived on the corner of Elm & Church in New Haven and had a pigpen on the northeast opposite corner of the New Haven Green. He was deacon of the First Church from 1751 to 1775, and took care of the communion plate and wine.
The tombstones of their son & wife, Moses Mansfield and Ann Mary (Kierstead) Mansfield and Hannah (Beach) Mansfield, the wife of their son, Stephen Mansfield are along the North Wall of the Grove Street Cemetery.
The children of Deacon Jonathan and Sarah (Alling) Mansfield:
1. Moses Mansfield, b. May 5, 1709
2. Jonathan Mansfield, b. Jan. 27, 1710/11
3. Susannah Mansfield, b. Dec. 9, 1712; m _____Stone
4. Sarah Mansfield, b. May 2, 1715; m. Capt. Thos. Wilmot
5. Stephen Mansfield, b. Nov. 14, 1716; m. Dec. 31, 1746, Hannah Beach.
6. Lois Mansfield, b. 1717; d. March 16, 1808; m. John Watts.
7. Nathan Mansfield, b. March, 1718; d. March 18, 1783; m. Deborah Dayton
8. Richard Mansfield, b. 1724; d. Apr. 12, 1820; m. Oct. 10, 1751, Mrs. Anna Hull.
Deacon Jonathan Mansfield married (2) Abigail (Bishop) Dorman, daughter of James and Abigail (Bennet) Bishop and widow of Ebenezer Dorman of Hamden. Abigail & Ebenezer Dorman were the parents of Ezra Dorman, Hannah (Dorman) Alling, Lois (Dorman) Alling and Abigail (Dorman) Alling.
A History and Genealogical Record of the Alling-Allen of New Haven, CT., p. 23.
John Alling (1647 - 1717)
Susanna Coe Alling (1653 - 1746)
Jonathan Mansfield (1684 - 1775)*
Moses Mansfield (1709 - 1742)*
Stephen Mansfield (1716 - 1774)*
Nathan Mansfield (1718 - 1783)*
Abigail Alling Punderson (1673 - 1739)*
Susanna Alling (1676 - 1683)*
Hannah Alling Brown (1678 - 1725)*
Mary Alling Whitehead (1680 - 1759)*
Jonathan Alling (1683 - 1775)*
Sarah Alling Mansfield (1685 - 1765)
Ebenezer Alling (1687 - 1734)*
Susanna Alling White (1693 - 1776)*
interrd ye Body of
Mrs. Sarah Mansfield
the vertuous confort
of Deacn Jonathan
who living Faithfully
in Her place, Served
God & his People to a
good old Age, fell afleep
May 4th 1765, AE 80
Grove Street Cemetery
New Haven County
Plot: Buried in the New Haven Green, tombstone along the North Wall
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Apr 29, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26498864
We live as long as we are remembered.|
Added: Oct. 24, 2009
My love and thoughts to you, my great, great, great, great, great, great grandmother.|
Added: Jun. 17, 2009