Early Andover settlers to whom house lots were given prior to 1662 and the sizes of their lots. Source: Philip
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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