Sarah Savage

Standard Name: Savage, Sarah
Birth Name: Sarah Henry
Married Name: Sarah Savage
SS , a religious diarist and letter-writer of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, offers insight into women's roles in family and community and into the part played by writing and reading in those roles.


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Literary responses Elizabeth Bury
Among EB 's early readers was a Welshwoman of the next generation who in her turn became posthumously known as a diarist: Sarah Savage , 1664-1752, sister of that Matthew Henry whom both EB and...
politics Mary Mollineux
MM , at the palace of the Bishop of Chester and Lancaster, debated with Bishop Nicholas Stratford and other ecclesiastics on the legality, or rather the scripture authority for, compulsory payment of tithes to the...


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Williams, Sir John Bickerton, and Sarah Savage. Memoirs of the Life and Character of Mrs. Sarah Savage. Holdsworth and Ball, 1829.
Savage, Sarah. The Diary of Mrs S. Savage from May 31 1714 to December 25 1723.