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The dwellings of Boxford, Essex County, Mass

The dwellings of Boxford, Essex County, Mass

Source : Internet Archive

The dwellings of Boxford, Essex County, Mass

The dwellings of Boxford, Essex County, Mass

Source : Internet Archive

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Bixby was a son of Daniel and Sarah (Towne) Bixby, and was born in Topsfield in 1815.


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Kesidence of A. H. Towne.-Mr. Albert H. Towne built his residence on land purchased of Mr. Eben N. Price of


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he died in 1891. Since Mr. Towne moved away it has been occupied by Mr. Frederic A. Howe, who has


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in 1799. Mr. Peabody married Sarah A. Towne, and removed in 1854 to Verden, 111. His son Henry Oliver Peabody,


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farm was sold to Capt. Jacob Towne, formerly of Salem, and, in 1847, he sold it to the town of


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Mr. Towne died in 1853 at the age of seventy-three.


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time of his marriage with Lucy B. Towne in 1812. Alter two years his poor health rendering" him unable to


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He married Hannah Towne there in 1738, came to Boxford about 1762, and settled on this place.


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of John Gould. He married Elizabeth Towne of his native place in 1751, came to Boxford and it is believed


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1849, when he sold to Nathan Towne of Boxford, and built the house No. 162, to which he removed. In


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which he removed. In 1872, Mr. Towne sold out to Thcophilus and Samuel A. Frye and, three years later, Thcophilus


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was the grandfather of Mr. Henry A. Towne. Mr. Emery had six children:


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Elisha Towne, father of John Towne, who lived at N is.


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Elisha Towne, father of John Towne, who lived at N is.


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to 1848 : then by Nathan Towne , then by Stephen Peabody, late of Xewburyport , then by William White


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Samuel Horace Towne, now of Beverly : then by Orrin Stone , then by the late


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his hand.-, sold out to John Towne, jr., of Boxford, and removed to Middleton. lie was a shoemaker by trade.


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of the residence of Mr. Henry A. Towne, stood an old house a hundred years ago. 1 his was the


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in 1809 to his brother Solomon Towne, who was a sea-captain, and a resident of Salem. The present house was


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Mr. Towne sold the place in 1809 to his brother Solomon Towne, who was a


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Dwinnell was a son of Thomas and Hannah (Towne) Dwinnell, of Topsfield, where he was born in 1739. He married,


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above was a son of Elisha and Sarah (Rhodes) Towne, and was born in Topsfield in 1710. His father came


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in 1762, Sarah, sister of John Towne, who afterward owned this place. He settled on this farm in the spring


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Foster in 1751, and, second, Martha Towne of Topsfield in 1700. Lie had two children, Abraham and Amos, one by


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was built by his grandfather John Towne on his own land in 1 790, his son Asa being the carpenter.


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possession of his great-grandson, Mr. Horatio Towne of Boston.


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Mr. Towne had previously lived in the old house, No. 176, which stood across the


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Henry A. Towne was built by his grandfather John Towne on his own land in


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of the house of Mr. Henry A. Towne. He was born in Topsfield in 1741, and was son of Thomas


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Klisha Towne, and sister of John Towne, who lived at No. 177, and had nine children, all born here. One


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1779, and died, unmarried, at Samuel Towne's, where he had lived for years, Jan. 10,


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house, barn, etc., to Capt. Solomon Towne. Only one acre of land went with the mill.


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Mr. Towne let the mill to Jabez Hayward in 1817.


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, David Foster, who married Susanna Towne of Londonderry ( formerly of Boxford) in 1771


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Lucy married Col. Benjamin Towne of Methuen, and died in Belfast, Me., at the age of eighty-one. James,