Found 597 total hits in 300 results.
sly spelled) in Medford, August 13, 1807, give credence to the supposition.
Jeremiah Page of Danvers responded to the Lexington alarm and served as an officer in the Revolution.
He was an ardent sale of slaves, found in a garret of a house in North Adams, and reads as follows:—
Danvers, Mass., April 19, 1774.
Received of Mr. Jeremiah Page fifty eight pounds thirteen Shillings And 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 ma'45, '46.
At the invitation of a Mr. Andrews, whose daughter he married afterwards, he went to Danvers to engage in the business of brick making.
Without doubt he had learned much concerning it in m, quietly enjoying the fruits of his well-spent active life.
Capt. James Gilchrist, born in Danvers, 1770, married Susan Wyman of Medford, June 10, 1805.
He was engaged in the East India trade,