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History of Hadley: Including the Early History of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby ... By Sylvester Judd, Lucius Manlius Boltwood
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Hartford - Page 308
There was a Hadley boat on the river in 1668, and it is believed that Hadley boats and boatmen conveyed loading between Hadley landing and Hartford, ...
Sunderland - Page 433
Oliver Dickinson lived in Hadley, on the road from Amherst to Sunderland, and kept a tavern there in 1783 and many years after. ...
Colchester, Conn - Page 173
viz., Nathaniel Alexander of Northampton, Samuel Belden of Hatfield, Jonathan Wells of Deerfield, and James Mun of Colchester, Conn. ...
Albany - Page 186
These few lines are to let you understand that we are arrived at Albany now with the captives, and we now stand in need of assistance, for my charges ...
Boston - Page 132
Parties of Indian chiefs often came to Boston whose principal object was to obtain presents, and to feast and carouse at the expense of Massachusetts. ...
New Haven - Page 55
They gave 400 pounds to the town of Hartford, for a Grammar School; and all the rest was to be equally divided between the towns of New Haven and ...
Plymouth - Page 137
Soldiers were sent from Boston and Plymouth, and Philip and his people fled to Pocasset, now in Tiverton; and houses were burnt and people slain in ...
Windsor, Ct - Page 531
Savage says .he was prob. son of Joseph the second of Windsor, and that after 1683 he rem. to Windsor, Ct., and according to Stiles, m. ...
East Haddam - Page 316
Connecticut archives contain an account of 3000 shad taken at a haul in the cove at East Haddam, before 1766. The number in these great hauls is ...
Simsbury - Page 164
and John Kirby, Jr. of Middletown-J On the night of the 26th of March, they burnt most of the buildings in Simsbury, the people having left them. ...
Lancaster - Page 275
The French and Indians, finding these towns prepared, went eastward and fell upon Lancaster. The county was more full of troops in 1704, ...
Southampton - Page 414
{East Hadley and Southampton gave to young preachers in those years, their board and 40 shillings a Sabbath, in the first old tenor, which was not far ...
Sheffield - Page 181
15th, and is supposed to have taken place in or near the present township of Sheffield. Major Talcott was not stationed at Westfield, as intimated by ...
Quebec - Page 347
He had been an officer before, and is said to have been at the taking of Quebec. Jonathan Cook of Hadley was a Lieutenant in 1758. ...
Lyme, Conn - Page 99
[This Joseph Selden, so passionate and unruly in Hadley, became a wealthy and respectable man, in the north part of Lyme, Conn. ...
Pomfret, Conn - Page 331
Ebenezer Williams of Pomfret, Conn, and his mother's maiden name was Penelope Chester; she was from Wethersfield. ...
New York - Page 370
far distant from the places where it had been sowed, after the laud was plowed or broken up. It was abundant in New Jersey in 1684, in New York in.
Winchester, NH - Page 609
His second pastorate was at Winchester, NH where he was installed Aug. 18, 1831, and whence he was dismissed Nov. 26, 1839. He was installed here Dec. ...
Wethersfield, Conn - Page 368
Levi Dickinson, a native of Wethersfield, Conn, obtained a little broom-seed, and planted some hills in his garden, on the upper part of the old ...
Newport - Page 380
Men from Hadley and other towns traded at Newport, but few of their names can now be found. Jonathan Preston of South Hadley went to Newport in 1758, ...
Waterbury, Conn - Page 277
The Indians did mischief at Waterbury, Conn. The capture of Port Royal in 1710, cost Massachusetts about 20000 pounds. ...
Newport, RI - Page 300
In 1734, he sold 2124 acres in the eastern part of Northfield to James Brown of Newport, RI at a sum equal to 22 cents per acre. ...
Stratford, Conn - Page 328
Israel Chauncey, of Stratford, Conn, and grandson of Rev. Charles Chauncey, President of Harvard College. Rev. Nathaniel Chauncey, the second minister ...
Schenectady - Page 185
The ruling men frowned upon their enterprise, and after they had proceeded to Schenectady, brought them back by force to Albany, and sent them down to ...
Bristol, RI - Page 135
His chief seat waa called Mount Hope by the English, and is now within the town of Bristol, RI In this war, the people of Massachusetts, ...
Weybridge, Vt - Page 526
David Smith of Amh., and removed to Weybridge, Vt., and thence to Malone, NY; Electa, m. Jan. 15, 1789, Nathaniel Bangs, and removed to New Salem ...
Philadelphia - Page 371
Clover seed was advertised in Boston and Philadelphia in 1730, and frequently in Boston from 25 to 45 years later. ...
Nashua - Page 201
had for their northern boundary, the " Nashaway path," an old path formerly traveled when the way to Boston was through Nashua (Lancaster. ...
Watertown - Page 143
Beers was from Watertown, and was in the Pequot war 38 years before. His widow died June 19, 1706, aged 92. The swampy ravine, south of the village of ...
Kinderhook - Page 351
The way from Hampshire and Hartford to Albany, in early days, was through the villages of West- field and Kinderhook, and the territory now in ...
Newbury, Vermont - Page 275
"This Cowas, or region of white pines, was, in later times, a part of the Lower Coos, now in Newbury, Vermont. The wigwam was supposed to be 20 miles ...
Suffield, Ct - Page 582
STOCKWELL, QUINTAN, rein, from Hat. to Dcerfield, and thence to Suffield, Ct. He was captured Sept. 19, 1677, at Deerfield, and carried to Canada, ...
Goshen, Conn - Page 332
Abel Newell was settled as pastor at Goshen, Conn, in 3755. }Mr. Hopkins and the committee.1 agreed, and the precinct voted, that the salary should ...
Durham, Ct - Page 612
WC Fowler of Durham, Ct., Hon. James B. Coit of Hartford, Ct., Rev. Jeremiah Porter of Chicago, III., Rev. Warren D. Poor, DD of Newark, NJ, Hon. ...
Woodbury, Conn - Page 351
Before Sheffield was settled, when the Housatonnue was higlv posts have been sent from Hampshire to Albany by way of Woodbury, Conn, where was a ferry ...
Guilford, Conn - Page 252
Thomas Ruggles of Guilford, Conn., in a short History of that place written in 1769, says the first settlers were gentlemen called Mr. and the ...
Killingworth, Conn - Page 371
Jared Eliot* of Killingworth, Conn, sowed the seed of red clover, fowl meadow,t English spear and herdsgrass in 1747. ...
Taunton - Page 181
On the 31st of July, Massachusetts ordered bread, bacon, cheese, spirits, wine and tobacco, to be sent to Taunton, for Major Talcott's forces. ...
Hillsborough, NH - Page 609
Francis Danforth, the seventh pastor, was born 1793, in Hillsborough, NH, graduated at Dartmouth College, 1819, at Andover Theological Seminary in ...
Brooklyn, Ct - Page 609
John Brown, DD, the sixth pastor, was born 178G, in Brooklyn, Ct., graduated at Dartmouth College in 1809, and before coming here was settled first at ...
Falmouth, Maine - Page 342
15, 1725, and ratified at Falmouth, Maine, Aug. 5, 1726. A present of £ 300 was made to them not long after. The hostile Indians in Canada became ...
Markham - Page 613
[This medicine was used aOO years after Markham wrote. People loved the aquavit*. Sugar candy and licorice, ho prescribed for colds, ...
Bolton, Ct - Page 595
1732, Joseph Olmsted of Bolton, Ct. and Enfield, Ct.; David, b. July 1, 1710. 7. DANIEL, s. of Daniel, (4) settled in Hatfield, whence in 1704 or 1716 ...
Springfield, NH - Page 96
In 1681, brand-marks were ordered by the Court for the Hampshire towns, viz., SP for Springfield, NH for Northampton, HD for Hadley, HF for Hatfield, ...
Bridgeport - Page 328
Charles Chauncey, of Stratfield, now Bridgeport, an ancestor of Com-modore Chauncey, was his brother. Mr. Chauncey of Hadley was born Oct. ...
Southfield - Page 94
Suiheld, often called Southfield, had an informal incorporation, June 3, 1674 ; the people dispersed in 1675, and returned after the Indian war. ...
Pownal, Vt - Page 604
April 9, 1752, res. in Pownal, Vt., and at the date of his death, which occurred Jan. 2, 1817, ae. 64, was Chief Judge of the Bennington Co. ...
Troy, NY - Page 513
He was settled in the fall of 1837 over the 2d Presbyterian church in Troy, NY, and dismissed in the fall of 1841. ...
Wilmington, Vt - Page 517
Dorothy, dau. of Martin Kellogg of Amh., and rem. to Wilmington, Vt. 14. ELISHA, s. of Edmund, (11) settled in Chesterfield, but returned to Had., ...
Clarence, NY - Page 609
He aftervards preached fora time in the western part of Massachusetts, and then removed to Clarence, NY, and d. Jan. 89, i>14, while pastor of tho ...
Branford, Conn - Page 65
Was minister at Branford, Conn. 1686-7. Warham Mather, HC 1685. Son of Rev. Eleazar Mather of Northampton. Was Judge of Probate at New Have». ...
Greenfield, NH - Page 609
at Andover Theological Seminary in 1822, was ordained July II, 1823, over the Congregational church at Greenfield, NH, and dismissed April, 1S3I. ...
East Windsor, Ct - Page 595
22, 1736, Ruth, dan. of Daniel Dart of Bolton, Ct.; (3) Aprils, 1761, Eunice, wid. of Roger Wolcott, Jr. of East Windsor, Ct., and dau. of John Colton ...
Lebanon, Ct - Page 524
April 19, 1707, sold in 1729, to Thomas Kellogg of Lebanon, Ct., all lands in Brookfield ; Elinor, b. Jan. 20, 1710 ; Edward, b. Aug. ...
Farmington, Ct - Page 523
KELL OGG JOSEPH, weaver, of Farmington, Ct. in 1651, rem. as early as 1659 to Boston, and thence as early as 1662 to Hadley, where he was a lieutenant ...
Brattleboro - Page 527
WC 1810, res. in Brattleboro'.Vt., and was for many years one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Vt.; Charles, bapt. Dec. 9, 1792, m. Oct. ...
New Milford, Conn - Page 63
Was minister at New Milford, Conn. Kept 8 months, at the rate of 26i£ as money. 1710-11. John James. A native of England. Honorary degree at HC 1710. ...
Montreal - Page 258
several vessels and many men were lost; a laud army that was to attack Montreal, was unable to proceed beyond the southern point of Lake Champlain. ...
Windsor, Vt - Page 513
John Wheeler, then of Windsor, Vt., but afterwards President of University of Vermont at Burlington. She d. in Burlington, Nov. 2, 1847; Elizabeth, b. ...
Bristol - Page 615
They imported their drugs and medicines with some spices, paints, surgical instruments, &c. tVum London, and some things from Bristol. ...
Charlestown, NH - Page 345
4 (Charlestown, NH) near the first of April, 1747, were six men from South Hadley and Amherst.viz., Eleazar Smith, William Boltwood, ...
Canton, NY - Page 605
11, 1833, Clarissa Moody, settled as an Attorney in Canton, NY, was State Senator and'Comptroller, Representative and Senator in Congress, ...
West Hartford, Ct - Page 544
Abraham Merrill of West Hartford, Ct., and d. April 3, 1782, ae. 82 ; Stephen, b. Sept. 20, 1704, settled in Westfield, and d. 1764. He m. ...
Barnstable - Page 53
Jonathan Russell, of Barnstable, was admitted as administrator, in Suffolk county, Jan. 17, and a summary of the inventory, and a settlement of the ...
Middletown, Ct - Page 588
Deliverance Rockwell, and d. in Middletown, Ct., April 10, 1690; Jacob; Daniel; Isaac, b. abt. 1645; Ruth, living in 1677, and presented to the Court, ...
East Lyme, Ct - Page 618
Smith, a native of East Lyme, Ct, practiced from 1843-—5, when he removed to Amherst. FrankKn Bonney, son of Oliver, studied medicine at Dartmouth ...
Geneva, NY - Page 521
LEVI, s. of Thomas, (1) deacon in SH, whence in April, 1827, he rem. to Geneva, NY, and d. Sept. 1829. He m. 1786, Lucy, dau. of Josiah Snow of SH She ...
Lunenburg, Vt - Page 246
Ebenezer Clark of Westhampton and afterwards of Lunenburg, Vt.,. *February2, 1769, Josiah Dwight of Hatfield was married, and had a two days wedding ...
St. Albans, Vt - Page 577
church in St. Albans, Vt., and at the time of his decease, President of Vermont University. He d. in St. Albans, Feb. 30, ;856, ae. GO. Ho m. ...
Newark, NJ - Page 612
Poor, DD of Newark, NJ, Hon. John Porter of Auburn, NY, Rev. John Woodbridge, DD, .and Dr. Smith of Newark, >>'. J., and at the hour of seven the ...
Hinsdale, NH - Page 455
May 7, 1724, Daniel Shattuck of Hinsdale, NH; Solomon, b. July 2, 1694 ; Lydia, b. Oct. 1696, m. June 29, 1719, John Ingram, 3d, of Amh., and d. abt. ...
Malone, NY - Page 526
David Smith of Amh., and removed to Weybridge, Vt., and thence to Malone, NY; Electa, m. Jan. 15, 1789, Nathaniel Bangs, and removed to New Salem ...
Auburn, NY - Page 612
John Porter of Auburn, NY, Rev. John Woodbridge, DD, .and Dr. Smith of Newark, >>'. J., and at the hour of seven the great company quietly dispersed, ...
Adams, NY - Page 587
Marsh, and res. in Adams, NY WARD, NATHANIEL, an early settler of Hartford, and a gentleman of good standing in the colony of Conn., was one of the ...
Granby, Ct - Page 598
20,1785, Zilpah Hayes of Granby, Ct., settled in Williamsburgh, and there resided till his death, except a few years, from 1812 to 1816, when he lived ...
Gallipolis, Ohio - Page 586
WC 1814, an eminent lawyer, rem. jn 1816 to Gallipolis, Ohio, was member of Congress from 1822 to 1837 and from 1843 to 1849. ...
Detroit, Mich - Page 457
Wing of Detroit, Mich., pursued his legal studies with Hon. Samuel Fowler Dickinson of Amh., was admitted to the bar of Hampshire County, in Aug. ...
Bennington, Vt - Page 605
of Thomas Jewett of Bennington, Vt., held various important offices, among others, that of Chief Judge of Bennington Co., and d. ...
Saco, Me - Page 513
26, 1831, and dismissed May, 1835, was installed over 1st church in Saco, Me., Feb. 1830, and dismissed 1841, reinstalled over the same church in 1842 ...
Randolph, Vt - Page 490
DC 1796, Cong, clergyman in Randolph, Vt., where he d. July 8, 1842. M. Speedy Smith ; Polly, b. Nov. 8, 1775, m. Dec. I/, 1794, Stephen Dickinson of ...
Brookfield, Vt - Page 513
(1) Nancy Turner, was a joiner in Hanover, NH, Brookfield, Vt., and Peacham, Vt.; Polly, b. March 6, 1766, m. Dec. 15, 1785, Benjamin Colt, and d. ...
Mansfield, Ct - Page 554
1725 to Mansfield, Ct., where lie d. Aug. 28, 1750, ae. 74. He m. May 26, 1698, Abigail, dau. of Samuel Williams of Roxbury. She was b. ...
Norwalk, Ct - Page 476
YC, 1717, settled as clergyman in Maidenhead, NJ, and installed in 1727 over church in Norwalk, Ct. He d. May 1,1778, ae. 82; Adam, b. Feb. 5, 1702. ...
Bridgewater, NH - Page 457
13, 1833, Nancy, dan. of Nathaniel Smith of Bridgewater, NH, TPS. in Ionia, Mich.; Eunice Church, b. 1809, ra. Horace Dexter of Willoughby, Ohio. ...
Preston, Conn - Page 65
Vfaa minister at Preston, Conn. Kept » vear. Wages, 39£. 1696-7. John Hubbard, HC 1695. Son of John H. of Boston. Was minister of Jamaica, ...
Northampton - Page 197
He removed to Northampton, but he claimed this land, and the town did not allow his claim. Their dispute was not at an end in 1712.
Windsor - Page 43
Springfield their comon roade to Windsor for carting, then eyther or both shall. 'The mountain undoubtedly bore thio name tome years before 16C4.
Norwich - Page 177
we sent 27 women and children to Norwich under conduct of some of those we call honest Indians, and the other are come to Hadley with the army. ...
Ipswich - Page 65
It was an unheard of thing for girls to be instructed by a master, in Ipswich, till about 1769. They learned to read and sew of school dames. ...
Cambridge - Page 419
May 4, 1775, a committee was chosen to provide stores for the army at Cambridge. The district voted that they were not satisfied with the answers of ...
Leicester - Page 414
He was a man of strong passions, and the people of Leicester were unyielding, and after years of strife, he died and was buried by his special ...
London - Page 155
The Letters from a Merchant of Boston to his friend in London, give more particulars of the loss of the scouts. The ...
Dunstable - Page 280
They went out to Dunstable to hunt several times, and Josiah Parker accompanied them, and furnished them with horses, rum, tobacco, &c. ...
Greenwich - Page 409
tA woman of Pelham or Greenwich, who had had the disease, is said to have been impressed by authority to take care of John Alvord's family, ...
Braintree - Page 23
Two of these signers, Thomas Meekins and William Allis, belonged to the Massachusetts Colony, and lived at Braintree.
Nottingham - Page 241
Howitt mentions a man at Nottingham, who has the ancient charm of reversed horse-shoes nailed on both the lintel and sill of his door. ...
Abingdon - Page 409
•John Stickney, born in Abingdon in 1742 or 1743, came to this county about 1765, as a teacher of music. He taught singing schools in several towns in ...
Portsmouth - Page 326
Joshua Moody, of Portsmouth and Boston, HC 1689. tThis was a son of Rev. Simon Brad- street of New London, HC 1693. He settled in Charlestown. ...
Venice - Page 613
Salve for old sores, was made of poplar buds, elder buds, Venice turpentine, wax and rozin, boiled. [Poplar buds are still used by some.] ...
Algiers - Page 268
There were captives not only-in Canada, but some ol our people were in captivity in Morocco and Algiers.—Connecticut made contributions for the east ...