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acquired Adams appearance Atkinson Bartlet BARTLET-ATKINSON HOUSE believed building built soon afterward built the house Charles CLIPPER SHIP Coffin construction DALTON HOUSE daughter death Dreadnought dwelling Ebenezer Edward Elizabeth Enoch estate was bought floor garden George Hale HALF Hallway hands heirs HIGH STREET History house built soon HOUSE Doorway HOUSE Fireplace House shown house was built hundred JACKSON-DEXTER HOUSE Jacob James John Johnson Jonathan Joseph land was bought later lineal descendant Little LOWELL-JOHNSON HOUSE Mary mentioned Merrimack Miss MOSELEY HOUSE Moses Moulton House Nathaniel NEWBURY Newburyport Nicholas NORTHERLY HALF Noyes occupied passing period Pettingell PLACE present previous page probably purchased remained Richard Robert Samuel ships SHORT HOUSE sold Stephen Stone STREET The land STREET This house subsequently subsequently built Tenney Thomas Tilton Timothy TITCOMB-RAYMOND HOUSE Toppan Town Tracy vessels Wheelwright widow William WILLS-RICHARDSON HOUSE Wood York
Page 26 - In 1782, this house, then in process of construction, was bought from the estate of Jonathan Mulliken by John Babson and completed by him.
Page 36 - This land was bought by John Berry Titcomb in 1808 and the house built soon afterward, remaining in his family until 1850 when sold to George Odin.
Page 20 - Coffin the house has been continuously in the hands of his descendants.