n, Mass., April 18, 1774.
The Page homestead, in good condition, is today one of the historic places pointed out to the visitor to Danvers.
Our interest in the young man who built this colonial house for himself at the time of his marriage in 1750, and who became a man of force, ability and distinction, lies in the fact that he was Medford born and lived here till early manhood.
We find his name on our tax-rate lists for 1744, '45, '46.
At the invitation of a Mr. Andrews, whose daughter hventy-four.
Two won their laurels in the dramatic profession.
T. Allston Brown in his History of the American Stage 1733-1870, says Mrs. Bannister was born in Chester, N. H., and that her maiden name was Green.
Records of the New York Stage 1750-1860, by Joseph N. Ireland, states that she was born of a respectable family in the State of New Hampshire, and a third authority says that her maiden name was Green.
Over against these statements, stand those of the members of this society be