Treasure Chest Thursday — 1670 Beginning of Joanna Cleveland in Woburn, Mass.

 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 at present is the 1670 delivery entry for Joanna Cleveland  within the Woburn, Massachusetts city very important document guide:

The delivery entry is close to the center of the web page within the “Cleveland” part:

The delivery document transcription for Joanna is:

“[Cleveland] Joanna, d. of Moses, April 5, 1670.”

As you possibly can see within the picture above, quite a few the kids of Moses Cleveland are listed, together with an earlier Joanna who was born in 1661 and died in 1667/

The supply quotation for this document is:

Edward F. Johnson, Woburn Data of Births, Marriages and Deaths [5 Volumes], (Woburn, Mass.: The Information Print, 1893), Quantity 1, web page 51, Joanna Cleveland delivery entry, 5 April 1670.

That is an entry in a transcribed and arranged very important document guide for Woburn, Massachusetts, so it’s a By-product Supply with Major Info and Direct Proof of the delivery Joanna Cleveland and her father’s title

Joanna Cleaveland (1670-1758) was the daughter of Moses and Ann (Winn) Cleaveland of Woburn, Mass.
She married Joseph Keyes (1667-1757) on 28 Might 1690 in Chelsmford, Massachusetts.  He was the son of Solomon and Frances (Grant) Keyes of Chelmsford, Mass.  

Joseph Keyes and Joanna Cleaveland are my seventh great-grandparents, by way of their son Joseph Keyes (1698-1744) who married Elizabeth Fletcher (1698-1775) on 28 February 1719/20 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.


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