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Timothy Read
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Birth: Mar. 21, 1714
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Apr. 26, 1799
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA

Timothy Read, son of Thomas Read, was born at Chelmsford, Massachusetts, March 21, 1714. He married November 10, 1732, Mary Cummings/Cumings.

He moved from Chelmsford to Dunstable, Massachusetts when that town included the present towns of Dunstable, Nashua, Nashville, Hollis, and the towns of Pelham, Londonderry, Hudson, Merrimac and Townsend; some now of New Hampshire; some of Massachusetts; having a area of two hundred square miles.

Children of Timothy and Mary (Cummings/Cumings)Read were:

Elizabeth born 1733
Mary born 1734
Timothy, Jr. born 1736
Eleazer born 1740

Source: "Historic Homes & Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worcester County, Massachusetts"
Pages 258-259 
Family links: 
  Thomas Read (1687 - 1773)
  Sarah Fletcher Read (1690 - 1774)
  Mary Cummings Read (1708 - 1778)*
  Jane Boynton Reed (1717 - 1803)*
  Eleazar Read (1749 - 1811)*
  Timothy Read (1714 - 1799)
  Joseph Read (1716 - 1795)*
  Rebecca Read Richardson (1727 - 1801)*
  Eleazer Reed (1730 - 1789)*
*Calculated relationship
In Memory of
who departed this Life April 26th, 1799
in the 86th year of his age

Source: Nason, Elias "History of Dunstable, Massachusetts": A Mudge & Son, printers, Boston 1877

Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
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Record added: Oct 15, 2008
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