Treasure Chest Thursday — 1702 Marriage of Crispas Richards and Sarah Collins in Lynn, Massachusetts Bay

  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 at present is the 1702 marriage entry for Crispas Richards and Sarah Collins within the Lynn, Massachusetts city very important information guide:

The wedding entry is on the backside of the web page within the listing beneath the “Richards” surname:

The transcription of this report is:

“[RICHARDS] Crispas, and Sarah Collins, Dec. 21, 1702*”

The supply quotation for this report is:

Important Information of Lynn, Massachusetts to the tip of the Yr 1849 (Salem, Mass. : The Essex Institute, 1906), 2 Volumes, Marriages, web page 326, Crispas Richards and Sarah Collins entry, 9 January 1709-10.

That is an entry in a transcribed and alphabetized Lynn, Massachusetts city very important report guide.  It’s a By-product Supply report with Major Data and Direct Proof of the wedding of Crispas Richards to Sarah Collins on 21 December 1702 in Lynn, Massachusetts Bay.
Crispas Richards (1681-1763) was the son of John and Mary (Brewer) Richards of Lynn.  He married Sarah Collins (1678-1757) on 21 December 1702 in Lynn.  Sarah Collins was the daughter of Jseph and Sarah (Silsbee) Collins of Lynn. 

Crispas and Sarah (Collins) Richards are my seventh great-grandparents by means of their son Joseph Richards (1703-1748) who married Mary Bouden (1705-1755) in 1726 in Lynn, Massachusetts Bay.


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