Treasure Chest Thursday — 1683 Marriage of Andrew Phillips and Sarah Smith in Charlestown, Massachusetts Bay

 It is 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 right this moment is the 1683 marriage entry for Andrew Phillips and Sarah Smith within the Charlestown, Massachusetts city information e book:

The beginning entry is the second merchandise from the underside of  the right-hand web page:

The transcription of this report is:

“Andrew Phillips & Sarah Smith of Malden, joyned
in covenant of Marriage earlier than Samuel Nowell Esq’r
Help’d the 11’th of Novemb’r     1683″

The supply quotation for this report is:

“Massachusetts, City Clerk, Very important and City Information, 1620-1988,” database with digital pictures, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com :  accessed 23 July 2013), Charlestown > Archives Births Marriages Deaths > 1629-1800, Marriages, web page 381 (picture 250 of 385), Andrew Phillips and Sarah Smith entry, 11 November 1683.

That is an entry in a duplicate of an authentic city report e book for Lynn, Massachusetts.  It’s a Spinoff Supply, with Main Data and Direct Proof of this marriage.

Andrew Phillips (1661-1717) was born in 1661 in Charlestown, Massachusetts Bay, the son of Andrew and Elizabeth (–?–) Phillips of Charlestown, Massachusetts Bay.  He married Sarah Smith on 11 November 1683 in Charlestown.  Sarah Smith (1661-????) was the daughter of Michael and Jane (–?–) Smith of Malden, Massachusetts Bay.  

Andrew and Sarah (Smith) Phillips are my seventh great-grandparents via their son Ebenezer Phillips  (1695-1746 who married Mary Smith (1698-1746) in about 1717 in Charlestown, Massachusetts Bay.

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