There is a baptismal entry St. John's, Glastonbury, Somerset, England, dated 3 March 1615/6. This record is often said to be about John1 Rayment, immigrant to Salem, Massachusetts--for example, FamilySearch Family Tree (PID LC9J-6LT) and FindAGrave (memorial 60336123). However, a review of that record finds the gender is more likely female (a "filia"), the parent's given name is unlikely George; the surname is unlikely Rayment or Raymond
Below is the St. John's Glastonbury parish record entry of 3 March 1615/6 oft' erroneously associated with Salem, Massachusetts, immigrant, John1 Rayment, son of George.
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|St. John's 3 March 1615/6 baptism|
The image shared here is a tiny part of a filmed page from the "Parish Registers for St. John's Church, Glastonbury, 1603-1900"; images, FamilySearch (FHL film 1,526,630, DGS 4,021,891 (image 1632 of 2362). Note: This is a restricted restricted access film.