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historical sketch of Haverhill, in the county of Essex, and commonwealth of Massachusetts

Saltonstall, Leverett

historical sketch of Haverhill, in the county of Essex, and commonwealth of Massachusetts

with biographical notices.

by Saltonstall, Leverett

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Published by Printed by John Eliot in Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Haverhill (Mass.)
    • Subjects:
    • Haverhill (Mass.) -- History.,
    • Haverhill (Mass.) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      GenreBiography.
      SeriesCollections of the Massachusetts Historical Society ;, v. 14
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF74.H5 S2
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 p. l., 56 p.,1 l.
      Number of Pages56
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6905471M
      LC Control Number01011435
      OCLC/WorldCa21556304

      Bulletin of the Essex Institute, Volume 29 (Source: MyHeritage) ($) The Essex Antiquarian Volume X, (Source: Google Books) The Essex Antiquarian (Source: Internet Archive) Essex Antiquarian (Source: New England Historic Genealogical Society) ($) Essex Antiquarian A Quarterly Magazine Devoted To the Biography, Genealogy, History And Antiquities of Essex County, . Essex County, New York Court St Elizabethtown, NY Phone: () Fax: () On northeastern border of NY, southwest of Burlington, VT; organized Mar 1, from Clinton County. Name Origin: For the county of Essex, England Area (sq mi):: (land ; water ) Population per square mile: This Essex County map is a portion of a Massachusetts map by Cram. View additional Massachusetts Maps here: Massachusetts County Maps. County maps from other states can be viewed here: State County Maps. Use the links at the top right of this page to search or browse thousands of family biographies. Haverhill, Massachusetts. Essex ancient, respectable and flourishing manufacturing town, lies on the N. side of the Merrimack river, at the head of navigation, and united to Bradford by two beautiful bridges. It is 30 miles N. from Boston, 31 N.N.W. from Salem, 12 W. by S. from Newburyport, 18 N.E. from Lowell, 30 S.W. from Portsmouth, N.H., and 40 S.E. from Concord, .


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historical sketch of Haverhill, in the county of Essex, and commonwealth of Massachusetts by Saltonstall, Leverett Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Historical Sketch of Haverhill, in the County of Essex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts: With Biographical Notices Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society Issue of Early American imprints: Author: Leverett Saltonstall: Publisher: John Eliot, Original from: Michigan State University: Digitized: Length.

An historical sketch of Haverhill, in the county of Essex and commonwealth of Massachusetts: with biographical notices. Haverhill (/ ˈ h eɪ v r ɪ l / HAY-vril) is a city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United ill is located 35 miles north of Boston on the New Hampshire border and about 17 miles from the Atlantic population at the census.

Located on the Merrimack River, it began as a farming community of Puritans, largely from Newbury : Essex. A New England city: Haverhill, Massachusetts: an illustrated history Family History Library. An historical sketch of Haverhill Ancestry. An historical sketch and commonwealth of Massachusetts book Haverhill in the county of Essex and commonwealth of Massachusetts: with biographical notices Family History Library.

An oration delivered at the commemoration of the th anniversary of the settlement of Haverhill, Mass. The history of Haverhill, Massachusetts, from its first settlement, into the year by Chase, George Wingate, Pages: An historical sketch of Haverhill in the county of Essex and commonwealth of Massachusetts: with biographical notices Family History Library An oration delivered at the commemoration of the th anniversary of the settlement of Haverhill, Mass., (historical) Ancestry.

Brief Biographies of Early Haverhill Residents US Gen Web. A Historical Sketch of Haverhill, in the County of Essex, and Commonwealt of Massachusetts: With Biographical Notices, Leverett Saltonstall, 1Jan - transcribed by J.S.

Henry Wardwell He studied law with Henry W. Paine and Robert D. Smith of Boston and was admitted to the Suffolk bar August 1, Haverhill Historical Society of Haverhill Massachusetts was founded in January of The mission of the Buttonwoods Museum / Haverhill Historical Society is to collect and preserve history, and to educate the community about Greater Haverhill's past and culture.

Come to the Buttonwoods and experience the history of Haverhill MA. A Historical Sketch of Haverhill, in the County of Essex, and Commonwealt of Massachusetts: With Biographical Notices, Leverett Saltonstall, 1Jan - transcribed by J.S. Charlotte Emerson Brown BROWN, Mrs.

Charlotte Emerson, president of the General Federation of Women's Literary Clubs, born in Andover, Mass., 21st April, A record concerning Lt.

John Carlton of Rowley and Haverhill, Massachusetts, and his descent from King Edward the Third who ruled England from to and about John Carlton and Jane Gilmore Carlton of Woolwich, Maine, married Decem ; An historical sketch of Haverhill in the county of Essex and commonwealth of Massachusetts.

History of Essex County, Massachusetts, with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men by Hurd, D. Hamilton (Duane Hamilton) ed. Haverhill is a city in Essex County, at the head of navigation of the Merrimack River, 33 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts, and 15 miles from the Atlantic ing in the 18th century, it first and commonwealth of Massachusetts book a tanning industry and then became the most important center for the manufacture of women's shoes.

Web: An historical sketch of Haverhill in the county of Essex and commonwealth of Mas Web: The articles of faith and covenant of the First Baptist Church in Haverhill Web: Vital records of Haverhill, Massachusetts to the end of the year - Explore ButtonwoodsMus's board "Haverhill History" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about History, New england and Haverhill massachusetts pins. The Haverhill Historical Society, located in Haverhill, MA, is a local organization dedicated to studying and preserving the history of Haverhill.

The Historical Society fosters an appreciation of the past, with an emphasis on local on: Water Street, Haverhill,MA. An historical sketch of Bradford, Mass., in the Revolution: (including East Bradford, now Groveland) An historical sketch of Haverhill in the county of Essex and commonwealth of Massachusetts; Historical sketch of School District Number Thirteen, North Danvers; Historical sketch of the Memorial Hall, Andover, Mass.

Histories and Genealogies of Essex County, Massachusetts; Containing Town Histories of Amesbury, Andover, Haverhill, Ipswich, Lawrence, Lynn, Lynnfield, Merrimac. An historical sketch of Charlestown, in the county of Middlesex, and commonwealth of Massachusetts [database on-line]. Provo, UT:. Municipal History of Essex County in Massachusetts Tercentenary Edition [Haverhill, Lawrence, Peabody, Gloucester].

Volume TWO. on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Municipal History of Essex County in Massachusetts Manufacturer: Lewis Historical Publishing. The Commonwealth Historical Data Relating To the Counties, Cities and Towns in Massachusetts, Prepared by Kevin H.

White, Secretary of the Commonwealth, ; Preface 3; Maps; Local History; Mass ; ; cm. Haverhill is an intercity and regional rail station located in downtown Haverhill, Massachusetts, United is served by Amtrak's Downeaster service and the MBTA Commuter Rail Haverhill/Reading Line; it is the northern terminus of MBTA on: Washington Street at Railroad Square.

The plantation constituting the original Chelmsford was in the form of a parallelogram or oblong square. The town was incorporated inand received its name from Chelmsford in England county of Essex, which derived its name from the river Chelmer, on which it is situated.

Inthe bounds of the town were enlarged. General map showing householders' names. Relief shown by hachures. Wall map issued with wooden rods attached at top and bottom sheet edges.

Includes ancillary map of downtown Haverhill and ill. Imperfect: Darkened, stained, brittle, small tears along edges. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

Acquisitions control no. Haverhill, like the other Massachusetts shoe cities, Lynn and Brockton, is a center of unionism. For the student, trade-union structure and operation is vividly depicted in the activities of the Shoe Workers Protective Union in Haverhill from to Haverhill, MA Schools K The total number of schools, including public, private, charter and other non-traditional schools, in Haverhill, MA is The total number of enrolled students in all schools is 10, - A New England town.

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Essex County. Perley, Sidney. The Indian Land Titles of Essex County, Massachusetts (Essex Book and Print Club, Salem, Mass., ) The Essex Antiquarian (Salem, Massachusetts, ) Hurd, D.

Hamilton. History of Essex County, Massachusetts, with Biographical Sketches of Many of its Pioneers and Prominent Men (J.W.

Lewis & Co., Philadelphia. History of Essex County, Massachusetts: With Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men, Volume 2, Part 1. Duane Hamilton Hurd. Lewis & Company, - Essex County (Mass.) 1 Review. Preview this book 4/5(1). Historical Places in Haverhill on See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Historical Places in Haverhill, MA.

Essex County Deeds,Abstracts of Volume 6, Copy Books, Essex County, Massachusetts Regular price $ CD: Historic Mansions and Highways Around Boston (Massachusetts).

I blog about the history of the lower Merrimack Valley region and about doing genealogical research. I grew up in Lawrence, Mass.

Before I became a lawyer, I was a Park Ranger at Boston National Historical Park (), where I cut my teeth doing historical interpretation. Map of the town of Haverhill, Essex County, Mass. General map showing householders' names. Relief shown by hachures. Relief shown by hachures.

Wall map issued with wooden rods attached at top and bottom sheet edges. National Register of Historical Places - Essex County MASSACHUSETTS, Historical Properties, Historic Districts, Lodging, Shopping, Restaurants, Renovation Opportunities, MA Haverhill Historical Commission, Haverhill, MA.

31 likes 1 was here. City of Haverhill Historical Commission. The entrance is recessed with vertical windows on either side. There is a pediment at the roof line with clock and on the roof is a white colored cupola.

A wing extends south. The building is named as the Central District Court of Northern Essex and houses the District Court. See: The Essex County courthouse is located in Salem.

The throat distemper which prevailed throughout the County of Essex inand was particularly fatal in Haverhill. From Nov. 17,to Dec. 31,two hundred and fifty-six children, most of them under ten years of age, died from the disease, and in the whole county the deaths of about fourteen hundred children and a.

EARLY SETTLEMENT OF ANDOVER, ESSEX CO., MASS. As the interest in the early descendants of George 1 Abbott of Rowley largely centres at Andover, Mass the following historical fact in connection with that town, which have been taken from the Andover Townsman 1,are given.

The first settlement of the town, as is well known, was in the "North Parish,". John Robinson married Elizabeth Trickley of Newbury Massachusetts, aboutand had six children, all born in Haverhill, Massachusetts.

While no certain information has yet been found, it is probable that her maiden name was Trickley, who lived in the home of Mr. Alexander Shapleigh, a merchant and ship owner of Kingsweare in Devon, England. source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names source: Family History Library Catalog the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia.

Haverhill is a historic city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United ill is located 35 miles north of Boston on the New Hampshire border and about 17 miles from the Atlantic population at the Located in: Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

Crime Statistics For Haverhill, MA. Research historical aggregate crime statistics in two categories; violent crimes and property related crimes. Find detailed statistics by year for murder rates, robbery, motor vehicle theft, aggravated assault and more.Sepia-toned lithograph of the birthplace of Harriet Newell in Haverhill, Mass.

It is copyrighted and published by A.B. Jaques in in the District Court of Massachusetts.History of Essex County, Massachusetts Vol.

2, Pt. 1, (Source: Internet Archive) History of Essex County, Massachusetts Vol. 2, Pt. 2, (Source: Internet Archive) History of Essex County, Massachusetts, with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men Volume 2, number 2 (Source: Internet Archive).