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1850 Annual Report for Weymouth Massachusetts

Annual Reports of the town of Weymouth Massachusetts 1850-2017

Weymouth Annual Town Reports from 1850 to 2017 are digitized and available. 1850 Annual report of the town of Weymouth 1852 Annual report of the town of Weymouth 1853 Annual report of the town of Weymouth 1854 Annual report of the town of Weymouth 1855 Annual report of the town of Weymouth 1856 Annual report …

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1947 Weymouth High School Annual - Reflector

Weymouth Massachusetts High School Yearbooks 1914-2013

Weymouth High School yearbooks from 1930 to 2013 are available to view and download. The yearbooks were digitized by the Boston Public Library and donated by the Weymouth Library. Weymouth High School 1930 Mar. Weymouth High School/Technical High School yearbook 1930 June Weymouth High School/Technical High School yearbook 1931 Feb. Weymouth High School/Technical High School …

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The Weymouth Weekly Gazette 2 May 1867 - FM

Weymouth Massachusetts Gazette Newspaper 1867-1924

Digitized issues of the Weymouth Gazette from 1867 through 1924 are available online. The digitization of the newspapers was made possible by an historic preservation grant from the Community Preservation Committee of Weymouth. Weymouth Gazette 1867 May Weymouth Gazette 1869 July Weymouth Gazette 1869 June Weymouth Gazette 1867 June Weymouth Gazette 1867 July Weymouth Gazette …

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History of Weymouth, Massachusetts, vol. 1, p. 72

The Coming of the Hull Company

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.

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