Treasure Chest Thursday — 1701 Marriage Entry For Thomas Baverick and Elizabeth Beeger in Cambridge, Mass.

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 1701 Marriage entry for Thomas Baverick and Elizabeth Beeger within the Cambridge, Massachusetts very important data e book:

The wedding entry is the 2nd entry from the highest within the Baverick listings:

The transcription of this report is:

“[BAVERICK Tho[mas] and Elizabeth Beeger, Oct. 9, 1701.”

The supply quotation for this report is:

Thomas W. Baldwin (compiler), Very important Data of Cambridge, Massachusetts to the Yr 1850 (Boston, Mass. : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1915), Marriages, web page 30, Thomas Baverick and Elizabeth Beeger entry, 9 October 1701.

That is an entry in a revealed Cambridge very important report e book.  It’s a Spinoff Supply with Major Info and Direct Proof of the wedding of Thomas Baverick and Elizabeth Beeger on 9 October 1701 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  
   
Thomas Baverick [also Bathrick] (1675-1762) was the son of Thomas and Ruth (Buck) Bathrick of Cambridge.  Elizabeth Beeger was most likely the Elizabeth Lynn (or Lyon?) who married Francis Begar (1678-1701) in 697 in Cambridge.  Thomas and Elizabeth (Lynn?) (Beeger) Bathrick are my seventh great-grandparents via their son John Bathrick (1702-1769) who married Mary –?–) earlier than 1722.

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