Elizabeth was baptized on July 18th, 1602 at Warley's End in Cranfield. She was a daughter of Thomas Wheeler. 
Cranfield is about 10 miles northwest of Pulloxhill, Bedfordshire, which is the place of Elizabeth's marriage. 
Elizabeth married Allen Bread, the son of John Breade and Agnes Prechat on November 14th, 1622 at Pulloxhill.  (the best evidence for the spelling reports it was "Bread," until the 1700's, after which it was spelled "Breed".) 
Elizabeth (Wheeler) Bread was the mother of all of Allen Bread's children.  After Elizabeth died, Allen married, as his 2nd wife, Elizabeth (Unknown) Knight.
This profile reported a death date: April 18, 1637, without evidence or appropriate citation.
It also listed the baptism date of Elizabeth's second child, Elizabeth, as "1631/2" and her third and last child, John, as "before 1634". The source citation was the Marcia Lindberg article from The Essex Genealogist. The article based that information on transcripts from the Archdeconry of Bedford, England. Those transcripts were incomplete. At the time the article was written in 1991, the Bedfordshire Parish Registers were not commonly held by historical societies. They are a 44 volume collection and not many were printed. It would have been a rare resource at that time. Today they have been digitized and are readily available on Archive.org. It is in these registers we see that Elizabeth was baptized on 26 Dec 1634. That would make a 1634 baptism for John improbable. Since John is not listed in the parish register we can assume that he was born after the family migrated to Lynn. That would give us, at best, a birth for John as "after 1635".
This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import. It's a rough draft and needs to be edited.
↑ 4.04.14.24.3 Emmison, F. G., editor. Bedfordshire Parish Registers. Bedford: County Records Office, Shire Hall, 1931. BPR, Vol. 22
↑ 5.05.15.25.35.4 Lindberg, Marcia Wiswall, (1991) "The Breed Family: Descendants of Allen Breed (or Bread) of Lynn." The Essex Genealogist,AmericanAncestors (Vol 11: Page 198).
↑ 6.06.1 (1907) "Breed Genealogy," The Essex Antiquarian, Vol XI Archive.org : prior to 1700, the spelling of the surname was "Bread" but after that became "Breed." (Vol 11, No. 4, Page 145).
↑ Robert C. Anderson, Great Migration series (profiles of others)
↑ Cutter, William Richard, (1908) Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Archive.org (Vol 2, Pages 706-08).
↑ Wheeler-9637 was created by Joseph Leslie Poole through the import of Murray Family_2015-08-22.ged on Aug 22, 2015. This comment and citation can be deleted after the biography has been edited and primary sources are included.
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