A Genealogical Register of the Inhabitants and History of the Towns of Sherborn and Holliston (Google eBook)

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Press of Damrell & Moore, 1856 - Holliston (Mass.) - 347 pages
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Page 22 Bullard
Page 94 Grant
Page 171 Littlefield
Page 178 Morse
Page 185 Partridge
Page 211 Rockwood
 

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Page 335 - JJ ead. late, deface, injure or remove any tomb, monument, gravestone or other structure or thing placed or designed for a memorial of the dead, or any fence, railing, curb or other thing intended for the protection or for the ornament of any tomb, monument, gravestone or other structure before mentioned, or of any enclosure for the burial of the dead, or...
Page 335 - ... or any fence, railing, or other work for the protection or ornament of any tomb, monument, grave-stone, or other structure aforesaid, or of any cemetery lot, within...
Page 194 - England, he accepted of the government of the Massachusetts in which he continued to the time of his death ; and discharged his trust with that zeal for the interest of his country, and with so little regard to his own private advantage, that he justly gained the good esteem and affections of the greatest and best part of the inhabitants of that Colony. He died the 18th of February 1694. And his lady, to perpetuate his memory, hath caused this monument to be erected.
Page 12 - Baker deceased, and that they be impowered to make sale of so much of the Real Estate of the said...
Page 267 - England, for and in consideration of the sum of thirty pounds, current money of New England, to us in hand, at and before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, well...
Page 109 - Executors of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking and annulling all former Wills by me made and ratifying this and no other to be my last Will and Testament.
Page 302 - The Constitution or Frame of Government, for the United States of America. As reported by the Convention of Delegates, from the United States, begun and held at Philadelphia, on the first Monday of May, 1787, and continued by Adjournments to the seventeenth Day of September following.
Page 107 - Virginia, being sick and weak in body but of good and perfect memory...
Page 335 - It is provided that if any person shall willfully destroy, mutilate, deface, injure, or remove any tomb, monument, gravestone, or other structure or thing placed or designed for a memorial of the dead, or any fence, railing, curb, or other thing intended for the protection or for the ornament of any tomb, monument, gravestone, or other structure before mentioned, or of any...
Page 91 - Natick meeting-house once a month ; which lecture, many English, especially of Sherburne, do frequent. He first preacheth in English, to the English audience, and then the same matter is delivered to the Indians, by an interpreter, whom, with much pains, Mr. Gookin hath fore-prepared.

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