Who is Sarah Zumwalt?
Sarah Zumwalt was born in Kentucky on 5 April 1796 (alternatively 3 February 1796) to Jacob and Catherine (Miller) Zumwalt. On 11 August 1814 in Saint Charles County, Missouri, she married Bosman Clifton.
By 1825, Sarah and Bosman had five children: Elizabeth (28 August 1815), William (23 May 1817), Andrew (1 September 1820), Sarah Ann (15 March 1822), and Granville Thomas Lewis (18 April 1825). After leaving Saint Charles County, they added three more children: James Brown Clifton was born 8 March 1827 in an unrecorded county in Missouri, Nancy Emily was born 23 June 1829 in Calloway County, Missouri, and Cordelia T was born 16 February 1834 in another unrecorded county in Missouri.
Prior to 1836, the Cliftons relocated to Clifton, Grant, Wisconsin, where they gave birth to Albert Fletcher (circa 1836) and Mary Matilda (20 September 1838).
In 1855, the Clifton household consisted of two males and one female. The 1850 United States Census lists the household’s members; not only Bosman and Sarah, but also Albert F., their youngest surviving child. Bosman and Sarah live alone in 1860 and 1870; they have finally become empty nesters.
Bosman passed away in 1872. Sarah outlives him by a few years, dying in Livingston, Grant, Wisconsin on 1 March 1875 at the age of 79 years, 26 days. She is buried alongside Bosman in Livingston’s Rock Church Cemetery.
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