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The founders of the First parish, Dover, Massachusetts

with descriptions of all the houses now standing which were built before the revolution.
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Printed by the First parish , [Dover?]
Historic buildings -- Massachusetts -- Dover, Dover (Mass.) -- Biogr
StatementBy Frank Smith.
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LC ClassificationsF74.D7 S55
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p. l., 24 p., 1 l.
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Open LibraryOL23784521M
LC Control Number08024729
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Founders of the First parish, Dover, Massachusetts; with descriptions of all the houses now standing which were built before the :// Full text of "The founders of the First parish, Dover, Massachusetts, with descriptions of all the houses now standing which were built before the revolution" See other formats This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable :// When the First Parish was organized inNathaniel Wilson added 15 rods of land to the grant made by the town of Ded- 6 THE FOUNDERS OF THE FIRST PARISH.

ham to the Dover Congregational Church, which was laid out on the original right of his ancestor, Henry Wilson. :// Author of Narrative history, Dover The founders of the First parish, Founders of the First parish, Dover, Massachusetts, The genealogical history of Dover, Massachusetts, Col. Daniel Whiting of   Free 2-day shipping.

Buy Founders of the First Parish, Dover, Massachusetts: With Descriptions of All the Houses Now Standing Which Were Built Before the Revolution at ps:// The founders of the First parish, ([Dover?] Printed by the First parish, ), by Frank Smith (page images at HathiTrust) Biographical sketches of the residents of Dover, Massachusetts, ([Dover.

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records of the First Parish Dover WorldCat The founders of the First Parish, Dover, Massachusetts Ancestry Dover Death Records. Dover Births, Deaths, Marriages, Marriage Intentions, (from Massachusetts Town Records collection) Ancestry   Written by Edward Chase Jr.

From Exeter, New Hampshire:by Nancy Carnegie Merrill Published by Peter E. Randall, Portsmouth, NH, Exeter is a small town in southeastern New Hampshire centered around the falls where the fresh-water Concord, Massachusetts is a small town in Middlesex County about 20 miles north west of Boston, Massachusetts.

It was the first inland settlement in New England and in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The area was originally inhabited by the Pennacook Indians who named the area “Musketaquid,” which is an Algonquin word for “grassy plain.” The town was named for Hingham, a village in the English county of Norfolk, East Anglia, whence most of the first colonists came, including Abraham Lincoln's ancestor Samuel Lincoln (–90), his first American ancestor, [9] who came to Massachusetts in A statue of President Lincoln adorns the area adjacent to downtown Hingham ,_Massachusetts.

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It is the northernmost town in Massachusetts and was settled by Massachusetts Bay colonists in the early 17th century. Before the colonists settled there, Salisbury was the home of the Pennacook tribe of Native :// The following is from "The founders of First Parish, Dover, Mass.", printed by the First Parish in (by Smith) Jonathan Whiting settled the homestead in Dover on Springdale Ave.

(the McNamara farm) in He was a prominent man and the first precinct :// Dover Farms; in Which Is Traced the Development of the Territory from the First Settlement into Dover, Mass., The Historical and natural history society, Web. ://   the line between Byfield and the first parish of Newbury was.

thus defined, and when a similar line was run between. Byfield and the second parish in Rowley, now in Georgetown. A remonstrance to the line of and a counter statement by. the Byfield committee show that the original line, at least against Frank Smith has 80 books on Goodreads with ratings.

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Came from Crewkerne, Somersetshire to Massachusetts Bay in on the "Mary & John." First settled in Dorchester; moved to Windsor in Died in Windsor 14 July ("Old Mr.

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History of Dover, New Hampshire: containing historical, genealogical and industrial data of its early settlers, their struggles and triumphs.

Dover, N.H.: Printed by authority of the City Councils, ?dbid=   The founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony came to the New World seeking religious freedom, and their first publication was a hymnal: The Bay Psalm Book, printed just twenty years after the Pilgrims' arrival.

This book, with which the Pilgrims literally sang their praises to God, presents a translation of the Psalms from Hebrew, transposed into metrical rhyme for congregational ://   Lords Say and Brooke, therefore, were substantially the second founders of Dover ; the patrons of Thomas Wiggin and the moving power of the emigration of the year— that emigration which made this First Parish.

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Taunton is situated on the Taunton River ,_Massachusetts. {{ }} Author. {{ r }}   Extensive U.S. genealogy records directory with more than 1, record sources organized by state, record type, county, and city   Thomas 4 Chase, one of the original settlers of Hampton, was in New England as early as In he was, together with his brother Aquila, 4 afterwards of Newbury, one of the original settlers of Hampton, where he died in He married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Philbrick.

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