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Published on: 03 Dec 2014
Updated: 15 Sep 2016
“In 1684, Sarah Paul, the daughter of Scottish ironworker John, was presented for fornication with John Darling, son of George; Priscilla Downing and Nathaniel Carrell were also charged with the same offense.”
From: Social and Economic Networks in Early Massachusetts: Atlantic Connections
By Marsha L. Hamilton, page 49.