Treasure Chest Thursday — 1651/2 Start of Sarah Woolly (1651-????) in Harmony, Massachusetts

  It’s Treasure Chest Thursday – an opportunity to look in my digital picture recordsdata to see what treasures I can discover for my household historical past and family tree musings.

The treasure in the present day is the 164-/5- delivery entry for Sarath Woolly within the Harmony, Massachusetts city important document e-book:

The delivery entry is close to the center of the highest part of the web page:

The delivery document transcription for Joshua is:

“Sarath daughter of Christopher & Vrsilla Woolly the (8) of the (3) mo : 16–“

The yr isn’t positively identified, however Christopher Woolly and Ursula Wodell married on 26 February 1646/7, and Sarah was apparently their third little one (the primary two have been most likely born in 1647 and 1649), and the fourth little one was born in 1654.  Consequently, this delivery date is probably going 8 Could 1651 or 1652.   

The supply quotation for this document is:

George Tolman (compiler), Harmony, Massachusetts Births, Marriages and Deaths, 1635-1850 (Harmony, Mass. : Committee on Printing, 1894), Births, web page 6, Sarath Woolly entry, eighth day of third month 16– to Christopher and Ursula (Wodell) Woolly.

That is an entry in a transcribed important document e-book for Harmony, Massachusetts, so it’s a Spinoff Supply with Main Data and Direct Proof of the delivery of Sarah Woolly and her dad and mom’ names.

Sarah Woolly (1651-????) was the daughter of Christopher and Ursula (Wodell) Woolly of Harmony, Massachusetts. She married Joshua Fletcher (1645-1713), as his second spouse, on 18 July 1682 in Chelsmford, Massachusetts.

Joshua and Sarah (Woolley) Fletcher are my seventh great-grandparents, by way of their daughter Elisabeth Fletcher (1698-1775) who married Joseph Keyes (1698-1744) in 1720 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.


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