In January 1774, she married newcomer Edward S. Willett. By 1782, the marriage had produced seven children. Six years earlier, the sixteen-year-old became a pewholder in the Albany Dutch church where most of her children would be christened.
In November 1783, she was identified as an heir in the will filed by her father.
Edward S. Willett died in 1810. Widow Sarah Fryer Willett continued to live in their home at 18 South Pearl Street. Later, she moved in with her daughter where she died at the end of December 1831. She had lived almost seventy-one years.
first posted 2/10/05; updated 11/21/17