Enslaver or Household
Probable death of Peg recorded at Ancestry.com database Southold First Presbyterian Church Records, [U.S., Presby Church Records, 1701–1970], page 193 (image 259/340). “
Peg (second wife of Kedar), 1744–1824
Second wife of Kedar [Derby], who had fourteen children by him. Marriage date? Reverend Whitaker stated that she died in 1820, but Southold Presby Church likely recorded her death at the town poor house on January 17, 1824. Per Case, “Peg performed her part to the satisfaction of all, most of the time being devoted to the care of her own, and the children of her Mistress.”
Southold,” Plain Sight Project, accessed October 17, 2021, http://plainsightproject.org/items/show/378.