Treasure Chest Thursday — 1667 Birth Record of Joseph Morss (1667-1733) in Groton, Massachusetts

Treasure Chest Thursday — 1667 Birth Record of Joseph Morss (1667-1733) in Groton, 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 as we speak is the 1667 delivery entry for Joseph Morss within the Groton, Massachusetts very important information e book:

The loss of life entry is the third entry within the Morss listings close to the highest of the web page:

The transcription of this file is:

“[MORSS] Joseph, s. Joseph and Susanna, Nov. 11, 1667. CT.R.”

The supply quotation for this file is:

Important Data of Groton, Massachusetts to the Finish of the 12 months 1849 (Salem, Mass. : The Essex Institute, 1926-1927), Two volumes, Vol. 1, Births, web page 155, Joseph Morss entry, 11 November 1667.

That is an entry in a revealed Groton, Massachusetts very important file e book.  It’s a By-product Supply with Main Data and Direct Proof of the delivery of Joseph Morss on 11 November 1667 in Groton, Massachusetts Bay.  The “CT.R.’ refers to a Middlesex County Quarterly Court docket file e book from which the file was transcribed. 
Joseph Morss (1667-1733) was the son of Joseph and Susanna (Shattuck) Morse  of Groton, Massachusetts Bay.  He married Grace Warren (1671-1753) in 1690 in Watertown, Massachusetts Bay.  They’re my seventh great-grandparents by means of their daughter Mary Morse (1697-????) who married James Maynard (1694-????) in 1719 in Marlborough.


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