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Sarah Clark is said to be the mother of Louisa (Lucy) Hollins and the grandmother of Robert TaylorBiographical and Genealogical History of the state of Delaware, page 470.   Sarah Clark was born 1771 in England, but not in Cheshire.  She married George Hollins about 1805 and they lived in Cheshire.  He died before 1841.

Sarah Hollins was found on the England 1841 Census, class HO106, piece 114, Book 6, Folio 6, page 5, GSU Roll 241246.  She was a resident of the Civil Parish Stockport, Hundred of Macclesfield, Sub-district Hyde of the county Cheshire.  On that census she is noted specifically on Treach Hill, she was 70 years old and was not born in that county.  Unfortunately, it does not state where she was born, or her marital status.  I cannot tell if she is living alone or with a family.  The families listed on either side of her are the Wood and Bradbury families. Within those families all who could work were in the cottonweaving trade.

It is believed that Sarah and George Hollins were the parents of Louisa Hollins, know as Lucy.  Lucy was born in 1808.  Lucy emigrated to America in 1848 with her husband Joseph Taylor and their son Robert Taylor.  They may have had other children.  It was recorded in a book of Biographical and Genealogical History of the state of Delaware, page 470, that the Taylor family were natives of Hyde, Cheshire England.  they had 2 daughters who died in Hyde. It also gave the name of her parents.  That is what connects Sarah to our Taylor family.

Sarah was not found on the 1851 Census.  It is not known where she died or where she is buried.


If you know the answer please CONTACT US
1.  Where was Sarah born and who were her parents?
2.  when did she marry George Hollins
3. Were there other children and what were their names.
4.  When did George die and where is he buried?
5.  When did Sarah die and where is she buried?

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