FIRMAN, SARAH - New York (Manhattan) County, New York | SARAH FIRMAN - New York Gravestone Photos


Saint Pauls Church Cemetery
New York (Manhattan) County,
New York

Sarah Furman Warner Williams, born in 1770 Manhattan and died Sept 8 1848. (middle name spelled differently)
Married to Azarias Williams 1788. Father was George Warner, Mother was Magdelen Walgrove (Waldegrave)
Sarah was a quilter. Quilts can be found in local museums. Her quilts are considered the finest example of American Traditional Stitchery ever found in the world. Lived in Concord,Vermont from 1799 to 1825. Buried near front fence on Broadway in St. Pauls Churchyard. Tablets to her father and brother can be found at rear of church. Uncle Charles Warner is about 50 feet behind her but letters have fallen off in 2012. She is above the George Warner vault.

Contributed on 6/17/13 by endavey1
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Submitted: 6/17/13 • Approved: 6/17/13 • Last Updated: 11/13/15 • R64744-G64690-S3

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