Showing posts with label Plummer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Plummer. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

1683 Jackman Willett House Newbury Ma Book

The 1683 Jackman Willett House: A history of the families who lived here and of the current owner The Sons and Daughters of the First Settlers of Newbury (SDFSN) The 1683 Jackman Willett House is a one and one half story house still standing in the Old Town section of Newbury, Essex County. Massachusetts. It is currently owned by the Society of the Sons and Daughters of the First Settlers of Newbury (SDFSN). This book tells the story and history, of the house and Society and the genealogy of the families who lived there or owned and rented out the house including Jackmans, Willetts, Samuel Gerrish, Joseph Stanwood, Plumers, Danforths, and Hales. Richard Jackman and Elizabeth Plummer were the first residents. Their daughter Elizabeth Jackman married Joseph Willett. Stephen Pettengill Hale's estate sold the house to SDFSN in 1930. Several U. S. Presidents are descendants of the First Settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts and nearby Rowley, MA.

To Purchase the book visit SDFSN AMAZON
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Daughters of the Revolution Third Plantation Chapter Lynn Massachusetts 1929

DOR Files The Scrapbooks are loaded with Memories

Daughters of the Revolution at Tedesco Country Club in Swampscott, MA Bottom L to R Mrs Lillebridge King Blood (Jennie Elvira Clapp Blood), Sarah Weld Smith, Miss Adelaide S Sterling, Mrs Susan M Plummer, Upper L to R Mrs Kate M. Bruce, Miss Helen A Dole, Miss Caroline Heath, Miss Harriet Boone. Mrs Blood and Mrs Lynn both lived in Lynn, MA

Stage Coach Tercentenary Parade Chapter of Third Plantation Daughters of Revolution Lynn, MA July 1929 Driver Mrs Stanton, Mrs Plummer, Mrs Todd, Mrs Burdette, Float made and decorated by Chapter of Third Plantation DOR planned by Regent Maude E Burdette June 1929.

Sunday, July 27, 2014

William Dole Newbury

Some new information from Archival Center Newburyport
Location: William Dole's home: Directory 

                                                                                    Photo from Wayne Chase

1900 Newbury census Wm. Dole born Nov. 1862, age 37, grocer. Married 11 years.
Wife: Edith S. Dole. Age 37 born Aug. 1862 MA,
Dau. Elsie S. (S for Staniford) Dole, age 7 born Nov. 1872.
Wm Dole was the son of Nathaniel Dole and Mary C. Tenney born 10 November 1862 Newbury, MA
Also see that in 1865 listed in the Nahant, Essex Co, MA census: Nathaniel and Mary C. Dole and son William. Father was listed as a famer.
William also has a sister Gertrude

Nathaniel Dole b. Ipswich 1841 who md. Mary Carter Tenney is the father of Wm. Dole bonr 1862. This is from the Rolfe Papers.
Daniel6 Dole (Enoch5, Willliam4-3-2 Richard1) [737]
born Oct. 10, 1804 son of Enoch and Molly (Plummer) Dole, he married Mary Ann Hallett.
He died Jan. 4, 1847 a 42y 2m 24d. Mrs. Mary Ann Hallett Dole m Nov. 29, 1849, widow
a 41 b Sussex Vale, N.B. d Samuel and Sally Hallett and Dr. Charles Proctor widower of
William Dole b South Boston son Daniel and Mary Ann Hallett was drowned in river
Parker Oct. 28, 1851 a 12y 8m 25d
Nathaniel Dole b Ipswich Plum Island Dec. 1, 1841; m Nov. 18, 1860 Mary Carter Tenney.
He died Jan. 19, 1922 Nbpt aged 80 y 1m 16d
Delia Dole b Dec. 7, 1843; m Prescott.
Blow Safe in a Newbury Store Owner Gave Chase but the Burglars Escaped with About $25 in Cash Date: Friday, October 23, 1908 Paper: Boston Journal (Boston, MA)

Wine is Loot in Newbury Burglary
Date: Tuesday, October 28, 1919
Paper: Pawtucket Times (Pawtucket, RI)