Treasure Chest Thursday — 1672 Baptism of Ruth Parker (1672-1720) in Roxbury, 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 in the present day is the Baptism entry for Ruth Parker in Roxbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1672 within the Roxbury Important Data guide:

The wedding entry is  the primary one on the high of the web page:

The transcription of this report is:

“PARKER, Ruth, d. John, bp. 27 : m : 1672. C.R. 1.”

The supply quotation for this report is:

Important Data of Roxbury, Massachusetts to the top of the 12 months 1849 (Salem, Mass.: The Essex Institute, 1925, 2 Volumes), Births, web page 268, Ruth Parker baptism entry, 27 x month 1672.

That is an entry in a digitized printed guide for births, marriages and deaths in Roxbury, Massachusetts, which was derived from city report books and different information.  It’s a By-product Supply with Secondary Data and Direct Proof of the baptism of  Ruth Parker.
This report is for the baptism of Ruth Parker.  Different information point out she was born on 23 October 1672.  Ruth Parker (1672-1726) was the daughter John and Sarah (–?–) Parker of Roxbury.  She married Edmund Rice (1663-1726), who was the son of Samuel and Elizabeth (King) Rice of Marlborough, Massachusetts.  They married  on 15 November 1692 in Marlborough.  

Edmund and Ruth (Parker) Rice are my seventh great-grandparents, by their daughter Dinah Rice (1693-1725) who married Nathan Brigham (1693-1784)  in 1717.


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