She made a will on 27 September 1659 at Northampton Co, VA. I give my eldest son John Dorman to Mrs. William Custis until 18 to learn his trade. To my said son when 18 five cows. My eldest daughter Mary Darman to Mrs. Alisia Custis until 16. To my daughter Mary a gold ring. Two yards of fine Holland to be equally divided by my three daughters Mary, Sarah and Hickman. My daughter Sarah Darmon to have 5 cows and a gold ring, and to go to Mrs. Alce Johnson until 15. To my son Matthew Darmon 5 cows. and to go to John Robins until 19. To my four children John Darmon, mary Darmon, Sarah Darmon and Matthew Darmon 4 steers. Witt: William Smith, Thomas Leatherbury. (Note: Beneath her signature appears "This I promise with the help of James Bonwell to see performed," and he was her husband. She devised nuncupatively a heifer apiece to her servants John Lofft, Roger Mallahone and Margaret Cornela.). Sarah died before 2 November 1659 at Northampton Co, VA. It was on this date that her will was proved.
Sarah married John Dorman, son of Matthew Dorman and Sarah Strout, about 1630. (John Dorman was born in 1603 in England and died before 21 Feb 1655 in Northampton Co., VA.)