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Family of John Thomas VEAZIE and Sarah Ann TURNER

Married1755 1834 Oct 131755 at Boston, MA1755.

John and Sarah were married by Rev Sebastian Streeter.

John's full name is listed945 in his birth record. His parents are listed as "John Veazie & his wife." John was a blacksmith.

Sarah's full name is listed1755 in record for her marriage to John T Veazie. Her parents' names are listed in her death record2613, including her mother's maiden name.

Children of John Thomas VEAZIE and Sarah Ann TURNER:

1. John Henry VEAZIE2613 b. 1835 Dec 242613 at Charlestown, MA2613. d. 1897 Jan 312613 at Quincy, MA2613. bd. Mt Wollaston Cem., Quincy, MA840.
md. Abbie B RIPLEY
2. Sarah Augusta VEAZIE967 b. 1841 Sep 21967. d. 1915 Nov 5967 at 22 Mechanic St, Quincy, MA967. bd. Mt Wollaston Cem., Quincy, MA967.
md. Horace S FELTIS
3. Charles Franklin VEAZIE841 b. 1849 May 9854 at Boston, MA854. d. 1917 May 262952 at at home, 236 Franklin St, Quincy, MA2952.
md. Mary Rosanna E LEAVITT


470. 1850 Fed Census MA, Suffolk Co., Boston; www.ancestry.com
840. Gravestone inscriptions - www.findagrave.com
841. Genealogy of the Families of Braintree, Mass. 1640-1850, Waldo Chamberlain Sprague - CD, NEHGS, Picton Press
854. Massachusetts, Boston Births 1700-1800, 1800-1849 (www.americanancestors.org - online databases)
860. 1860 Fed Census MA, Norfolk Co., Quincy; www.ancestry.com
861. 1870 Fed Census MA, Norfolk Co., Quincy; www.ancestry.com
862. 1880 Fed Census MA, Norfolk Co., Quincy; www.ancestry.com
945. Massachusetts, Quincy Vital Records of, to 1875. (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org)
967. Massachusetts Vital Records, 19111915. (From original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: AmericanAncestors.org)
1755. Massachusetts Town Records, 1620-1988; www.ancestry.com
2613. Massachusetts, Quincy Deaths; Mass Vital Records, 1841-1910; www.americanancestors.org
2952. Obit - Veazie, Charles Franklin, Boston (MA) Globe, May 27, 1917; newspaperarchive.com