|Birth: ||Nov. 17, 1702|
|Death: ||Jun. 27, 1778|
Deacon Thomas Keyes and Elizabeth How ("Howe") Keyes had 5 children:
David born 10/30/1699, killed by accident, 1720
Jonathan born 11/17/1702 at Marlborough, Middlesex County, MA, married Patience Morse of Watertown, MA 11/11/1726
Cyprian born 9/15/1706
Dinah born 3/4/1710
Thomas born 9/29/1713
Jonathan Keyes and Patience Morse Keyes Children were:
Jonathan born 1/21/1728, married Sarah Taylor. The town of Rumford, ME erected a monument to Jonathan and his family.
Miriam born 10/7/1729, died young
Dinah born 8/22/1731, died young
Timothy born and baptized 11/4/1733 at Shrewsbury, Worcester County, MA, married Prudence Wilder 5/1/1755
Miriam born 12/14/1735
Thomas born 12/24/1737. A prominent Whig, he marched to Lexington 4/19/1775.
Benjamin born 1/29/1740
Asa baptized 7/4/1742
Catherine born 8/15/1744, died infant
Dinah born 8/15/1744
Catherine born 10/9/1747
After their marriage, 11/11/1726, Jonathan and Patience settled in that part of Shrewsbury which later became Boylston, MA. He was Deacon in the North Parish and served as Town Selectman (1757-8).
Jonathan died suddenly of apoplexy (stroke) on 6/25/1778. Patience was born 11/30/1705, the daughter of Joseph and Grace (Warren) Morse. Patience died 5/1/1776.
Created by: Ronald Keyes
Record added: Sep 08, 2007
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Deacon Johnaton Keyes was my 7th Greatgrandfather...|
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Jonathan Keyes was my 5th Great Grandfather.|
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