Sarah Scammon1

d. 2 September 1738
Sarah Scammon|d. 2 Sep 1738|p10034.htm|Capt. Humphrey Scammon|b. 10 May 1677\nd. 31 May 1734|p10011.htm|Elizabeth Jordan|b. s 1690\nd. s 1746|p10027.htm|Humphrey Scammon|b. s 1640\nd. 1 Jan 1727/28|p10055.htm|Elizabeth (—?—) (Scammon)||p10056.htm|Dominicus Jordan|||Hannah Tristram|||

5th great-grandaunt of Ruth Minerva Fairfield.
7th great-grandaunt of Laura Jane Munson.
Family Background:
Fairfield and Allied Families
     Sarah Scammon was the daughter of Capt. Humphrey Scammon and Elizabeth Jordan.1 She married Joseph Hanson, son of Tobias Hanson Jr. and Ann Lord, on 25 August 1737.1 She died on 2 September 1738.1
     When the York County lands and other property of her father Capt. Humphrey Scammon were divided in 1736, Sarah Scamman, the youngest daughter, who afterwards married Joseph Hanson of Dover, received as her portion of the estate, a piece of land at Kittery Point, a small lot of three acres with a house thereon on the west side of the lower ferry, 81 acres adjoining Dominicus, one-half of the fourth lot above the Falls, and 31½ rods breadth in the upper checker.2


  1. [S905] Benjamin N. Goodale, Material for a Genealogy of the Scammon Family (Salem, Massachusetts: The Salem Press, 1892), 4.
  2. [S1072] George Folsom, History of Saco and Biddeford, with notices of other early settlements, and of proprietary governments, in Maine, including the provinces of New Somersetshire and Lygonia (Saco, Maine: A.C. Putnam, 1830; reprint Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1984).