Sarah first married Daniel Poole, a laborer and who died in 1682. The debt that she had after Daniel Poole died became the responsibility of William Good.
Because they could not handle the debt, the Goods were "reduced to begging work, food, and shelter from their neighbors" and by 1692 were homeless.
When she was asked to say the Commandments at her trial, she could not recite a single one.
when Abigail Williams and Elizabeth Parris, related to the Reverend Samuel Parris, claimed to be bewitched under her hand.
Good was described by the people of Salem as being filthy, bad-tempered, and strangely detached from the rest of the village.
These adventures lead her to take on her very own companions, forming a surrogate family; this group consisted of her adopted children of alien origins Luke and Sky, and her young neighbours, Maria, Clyde and Rani.
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Sarah Good was born Sarah Solart in Wenham, Massachusetts Bay Colony to John and Elizabeth Solart.
Her father was prosperous, but she and her sisters never received their inheritance when he died in 1672.