Sarah Boyle

Sarah Boyle

Lady Sarah Boyle (March 29, 1609 - July 14, 1633) was the second eldest daughter and third child of Richard Boyle, the First Earl of Cork and his second wife Catherine Fenton.

She was born in Dublin, Ireland. She married Sir Thomas Moore (son of Sir Gerald (Garret) Moore, Viscount of Drogheda) in about 1623.

He was 22 and she was 14. He died on the first of December of the same year.

Three years later, on 15 December 1626, she married again, to Robert Digby (1599-1642) First Baron Digby of Geashill, Ireland (Digby was the son of Lettice Offaley, Baroness Offaley and Sir Robert Digby and married secondly Elizabeth Altham).

She had a son by the second marriage, Kildare Digby, who became the Second Lord Digby, born in about 1627 in Dublin, Ireland and died on 12 October 1694.

She died on 14 July 1633 and was buried on 12 August 1633 in the National Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St Patrick, Dublin, Ireland.

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