Treasure Chest Thursday — 1673 Birth of Elisabeth Foster (1673-1742) in Billerica, 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 at present is the 1673 start entry for Elisabeth Foster within the Billerica, Massachusetts city important report e book:

The start entry is the primary Elisabeth within the Foster part:

The start report transcription for Elizabeth Foster is:

“[FOSTER] Elisabeth [dup. Elizabeth], d. Joseph and Allice [dup. Alice], Oct. 7, 1673”

  The supply quotation for this report is:

Important Information of Billerica, Massachusetts to the Yr 1850 (Boston, Mass. : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1908), Births, web page 78, Elisabeth Foster entry, 7 October 1673, daughter of Joseph and Allice.

That is an entry in a transcribed and alphabetized important report e book for Billerica, Massachusetts, so it’s a By-product Supply with Major Info and Direct Proof of the start of Elisabeth Foster and her dad and mom first names.  

Elisabeth Foster (1673-1742) was the daughter of Joseph and Alice (Gorton) Foster of Billerica She married John Wilson (1673-after 1717) Elizabeth Foster on 27 October 1694 in Billerica, Massachusetts.  John Wilson was the son of John and Johanna (Carter) Wilson of Woburn.  John and Elizabeth (Foster) Wilson have been dad and mom of 13 kids.

John and Elizabeth (Foster) Wilson are my seventh great-grandparents, by means of their daughter Joanna Willson (1701-1786), who married  Hezekiah Sawtell (1703-1779) in 1723 in Groton, Massachusetts.


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