Treasure Chest Thursday — 1661 Birth Record of John Mainord (1661-1731) in Marlborough, Massachusetts

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

The treasure immediately is the 1661 beginning entry for John Mainord  within the Marlborough, Massachusetts very important information ebook:

The loss of life entry is the seventeenth entry within the Mainord listings:

The transcription of this report is:

“[MAINORD]” [Mayner, M.R.], John, s. John Sr. and Mary, Jsn. 7, 1661.”

The supply quotation for this report is:

Franklin P. Rice (editor), Important Data of Marlborough, Massachusetts, to the Finish of the 12 months 1849 (Boston, Mass. : Franklin P. Rice ,1908), Births, web page 125, John Mainord entry, 7 January 1661.

That is an entry in a printed Marlborough, Massachusetts very important report ebook.  It’s a By-product Supply with Main Data and Direct Proof of the beginning of John Mainord on 7 January 1661 in Marlborough, Massachusetts Bay.  The “M.R.’ refers to a Middlesex County Registry ebook from which the report was transcribed.  The surname within the registry ebook was “Mayner.”
   
John Mainord (1661-1731) was the son of John and Mary (Gates) Mainord of Marlborough.  He married Lydia Ward (1665-1740) in about 1688 in Marlborough.  They’re my seventh great-grandparents via their son James Maynard (1694-????) who married Mary Mores (1697-????) in 1719 in Marlborough.

                                   ===========================================


The URL for this submit is:  

Copyright (c) 2021, Randall J. Seaver

Please touch upon this submit on the web site by clicking the URL above after which the “Feedback” hyperlink on the backside of every submit.  Share it on Twitter, Fb, or Pinterest utilizing the icons under.  Or contact me by e-mail at randy.seaver@gmail.com.


Powered by WPeMatico