2 edition of Houses & lands associated with Lord"s Hill, 1637-1983, Wenham, Massachusetts found in the catalog.
Houses & lands associated with Lord"s Hill, 1637-1983, Wenham, Massachusetts
Rupert B. Lillie
|Other titles||Houses and lands associated with Lord"s Hill, 1637-1983, Wenham, Massachusetts., Lord"s Hill, 1637-1983, Wenham, Massachusetts.|
|Statement||Rupert B. Lillie.|
|LC Classifications||F74.W4 L55 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119, 2 leaves, 8 p.,  folded leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||84202610|
Wennam is granted to bee a towne, & hath liberty to send a deputy." The present name is supposed to have been derived from the parish of Wenham, near Ipswich, in Suffolk County, England, from which some of the early settlers are said to have emigrated. The population of Wenham at different periods was as follows: , , , The Wenham Historic District is a predominantly rural and residential historic district in Wenham, encompasses the full length of Main Street (Massachusetts Route 1A) between the Beverly and Hamilton lines, a stretch of one of the original post roads which is known to have elements of its present alignment as early as The architecture along the route is .
Research 2 land for sale in Wenham, MA. Find market data, listing details, and property photos all at ®. Thomas Wenham was born in , at birth place, to John Wenham and Mary Wenham (born Cook). John was born on January 3 , in Hurstmonceaux, Sussex, England. Mary was born circa , in Hailsham, East Sussex, England.
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Buy Houses & lands associated with Lord's Hill,Wenham, Massachusetts by Lillie, Rupert B (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Author: Rupert B Massachusetts book. The author, in his “Houses and Lands Associated with Lord’s Hill, ,” said Phil Herrick, explained how, in the midth century, the hill was an estate owned by the sisters Burnham, who lived in a large house at the summit.
The first reference to Lord’s Hill, wrote Lillie in his work, was found in Wenham town records. The earliest land grants in the Wenham area roughly coincide with Peters' sermon. The hill was leveled in later years to make room for the ice industry at the Great Pond.
In Septemberthe General Court of Massachusetts granted that Wenham should be a town in Wenham own right and send a representative to the General Court. It was the first County: Essex.
WNH, Kimball, Edmund House, 20 Arbor St, c This house was moved to this location in the 19th Century. WNH, Friend, James House, Cedar St, c James Friend, (b,) was a carpenter and hewer of timber.  Inthe town of Wenham granted Friend and John Porter privilege to stop a brook “to set up a Saw mill ” on the brook across Topsfield Road from the house.
Wenham Essex County, Massachusetts. Last Updated: Q2 Parcel Map Newly Updated. Total Population: 4, Would you like to download Wenham gis parcel map. Request a quote Order Now. Parcel maps and parcel GIS data layers. The history of land titles in Massachusetts - Sullivan, James Call Number: KFM S8 The register book of the lands and houses in the "New Towne" and the town of Cambridge, with the records of the proprietors of the common lands, being the records generally called "the proprietors' records" .
Wenham town records. Call. Originally part of Salem, Wenham was incorporated in First settlers called their village Enon. Explore Claflin-Gerrish-Richards House (), Main Street. Now part of the Wenham Museum, this was the parsonage of Rev. Joseph Garrish (), who was involved in Wenham Read More».
In there was a saw-mill near Lord's Hill, and John Porter and James Friend had liberty to flow the brook. The first blacksmith mentioned as having a shop in Wenham was Abraham Martin, to whom the town voted on the 11th of the first month,to give two acres of land if he shall follow his trade here seven years.
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National Emergency Vital records of Wenham, Massachusetts, to the end of the year by Wenham (Mass.) Publication date Topics Registers of births, etc.
-- Massachusetts Wenham Publisher. Main Street Wenham, MA Phone: x 1 Fax: Website Adjacent towns: Essex Co.: Beverly | Danvers | Hamilton | Manchester-by-the-Sea | Topsfield. A Wenham Property Records Search locates real estate documents related to property in Wenham, Massachusetts.
Public Property Records provide information on land, homes, and commercial properties in Wenham, including titles, property deeds, mortgages, property tax assessment records, and other documents. Wenham City Directories ( selected years) Massachusetts State Library Wenham City Directories Containing a House Guide Massachusetts State Library Wenham, MA,City Directories Allen County Public Library.
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83 High Street, the Isaac Lord house, c. The house was in the Lord family for several generations. Deed records do not indicate the age of the house, which appears to be quite old, with a massive stone chimney base, low ceilings, boxed summer beams, wide board floors, and an asymmetrical construction.
At Enon (renamed Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts in ) he was granted land in /3 when previously he had sold his land near Basse River in Salem to Michael Sallows.In it was agreed that John Abby "shall have all that wastground which lyeth between ye end of ye lott which he lives upon and ye meadow which belongs to iye town.
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Rehold is a comprehensive navigator for real estate in the US. Find full information on any address: property description, public records, sales history, resident history. Boston Massachusetts History [edit | edit source] Brief History [edit | edit source]. Historical Boston, then only the land of a peninsula, was a faction of the land mass it is today after massive land-fill projects of the mid- to lateth century (the rubble from the Great Boston Fire of help fill in the waterfront) and the annexing of six towns from two counties (as listed above).
Vital Records Of Wenham Massachusetts To The End Of The Year Published By The Essex Institute Salem, Mass. Deaths - LAMBERT to. The author, in his “Houses and Lands Associated with Lord’s Hill, ,” said Phil Herrick, explained how, in the midth century, the hill was an estate owned by the sisters Burnham, who lived in a large house at the summit.
The first reference to Lord’s Hill, wrote Lillie in his work, was found in Wenham town records. Genealogy of the Descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, Massachusetts, Volume 2 - Kindle edition by Almira Larkin White.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Genealogy of the Descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, Massachusetts Reviews: 1.JOHN ABBE, settled in Salem, Mass.
He was entered as “Inhabitant” ye 2nd of 11 month ” His wife, Mary Loring, died in Wenham, Mass., Sept. 9, He then married Mary, widow of Robert Goldsmith, Nov. 25, He was granted land most of which was situated in Enon, that part afterwards called Wenham, Descendants of John Abbe.Land Records are recorded and provided upon request as public records by a variety of local government offices at the local Wenham Essex County, Massachusetts state, and Federal level.
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