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On 20 March 1635, 104 passengers aboard the Mary Gold set sail from Weymouth, England to New England. These families, otherwise known as the Hull Company, settled at least for a while, in Wessagusset, Massachusetts Bay Colony which would become Weymouth, Massachusetts in future years. While not all families remained in Weymouth, this list does comprise a good majority of those early settlers which founded the town.
The Indian name for this locality was “Pentucket” – but the early settlers applied the name of Haverhill in compliment
Origin of the town of Greenfield, Massachusetts The town of Greenfield, Franklin County, was established as a district June 9,
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