Treasure Chest Thursday — 1710 Marriage of Thomas Graves and Ruth Collins in Lynn, Massachusetts Bay

 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 in the present day is the 1710 marriage entry for Thomas Graves and Ruth Collins within the Lynn, Massachusetts city very important data guide:

The wedding entry is within the listing below the “Graves” surname:

The transcription of this report is:

“[GRAVES] Thomas, and Ruth Collins, Jan. 9, 1709-10*”

The supply quotation for this report is:

Very important Data of Lynn, Massachusetts to the tip of the 12 months 1849 (Salem, Mass. : The Essex Institute, 1906), 2 Volumes, Marriages, web page 161, Thomas Graves and Ruth 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 Spinoff Supply report with Major Data and Direct Proof of the wedding of Thomas Graves to Ruth Collins on 9 January 1709-10 in Lynn, Massachusetts Bay.
   
Thomas Graves (1686-1756) was the son of Samuel and Sarah (Brewer) Graves of Lynn, Massachusetts Bay.  He married (1) Ruth Collins (1685-1715) on 9 January 1710 in Lynn.  Ruth Collins was the daughter of Joseph and Mariah (Smith) Collins of Lynn. Thomas and Ruth (Collins) Graves are my seventh great-grandparents by way of their daughter Ruth Graves (1710-????) who married Isaac Buck (1706-1780) in 1729 in Studying, Massachusetts Bay.

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