Treasure Chest Thursday — 1762 Death Entry For Thomas Bathrick in Arlington, 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 immediately is the 1762 Dying entry for Thomas Bathrick  within the Arlington, Massachusetts important data guide:

The loss of life entry is the sixth entry from the Bathrick listings:

The transcription of this file is:

“[BATHRICK] Thomas, Aug. 20, 1762, a. 87.  P.R.”

The supply quotation for this file is:

Important Information of Arlington, Massachusetts to the 12 months 1850 (Boston, Mass. : NEHGS, 1904), web page 124, Thomas Bathrick loss of life file, 20 August 1762.

That is an entry in a revealed Arlington, Massachusetts important file guide.  It’s a Spinoff Supply with Main Data and Direct Proof of the loss of life of Thomas Bathrick on 20 August 1762 at age 80 in Arlington, Massachusetts.  It might be that the loss of life file of his spouse Elizabeth (Lynn?) (Beeger) Bathrick is the subsequent one on the listing on 8 April 1749 at age 80.
   
Thomas Bathrick [also Baverick] (1675-1762) was the son of Thomas and Ruth (Buck) Bathrick of Cambridge.  Elizabeth Beeger was in all probability the Elizabeth Lynn (or Lyon?) who married Francis Begar (1678-1701) in 1697 in Cambridge, after which Thomas Baverick in 1701.  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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