Died Capt. Walker, a prisoner taken at Bunker Hill
Captain Benjamin Walker was injured at the Battle of Bunker Hill, taken prisoner, and died of his wounds 15 August 1775.
Suffragist, Pacifist, and Landscape Architect
Rose Standish Nichols (1872-1960) was an exemplar of the late 19th century "New Woman", feminist, educated, engaged in social welf
Farmer and Mapmaker
Alfred Ingalls was a farmer in Methuen. He was also known for drawing the first map of Methuen in 1794.
George Carleton was mentally disabled. He lived most of his life with family members but outlived all his family and spent the last five yea
Emily Abbot Everett and Anne Wales Abbot were sisters who lived over 100 years. They are sixth generation descendants of George Abbott an Ha
The End of a Line
Enoch Osgood was a successful businessman in Newburyport, He and his wife Mary had four children but no grandchildren so the line of descent
John Stearns, the father of the family, was killed by one of the first locomotives in service of the Boston & Lowell Railroad. That did
Greenwich, Town Lost to a Dam
Elizabeth Frye and John Stevens raised their family in Greenwich, MA, a town that was lost to a dam in 1938. The damming project required th
Dudley Woodbridge was a merchant of Salem involved in the maritime trade that flourished after the Revolutionary War. He and his wife Dorcas
Donald Knowles Abbott
Donald Knowles Abbott (1918-1986) was a tenth generation descendant of George Abbott and Hannah Chandler who dedicated his life to service t