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Sons & Daughers of the First Settlers of Newbury

Sons & Daughters Canvas Book Bag

18" l x 12" h x 6" w;

 

10 oz canvas duck cloth in natural color with 23" webbed handles in dark forest green; matching green lettering and Newbury town flag.

 

$22.00

includes postage/handling

Sons & Daughers of the First Settlers of Newbury

New!

First Settlers Monument Lapel Pin

 

1" x 1" enamel pin;

1.22 mm thick with silver metal plating; 8 mm post post and butterfly clutch attachment.

 

$8.00

includes postage/handling

Sons & Daughers of the First Settlers of Newbury

Newbury Commemorative Throw

 

Tapestry throw is 50" x 70"

100% cotton, depicting scenes from Old Newbury, including salt haying, the Jackman-Willett House, Witchstone, and more.

 

$57.00

includes postage/handling

BOOKS
Sons & Daughers of the First Settlers of Newbury

New!  History of Newbury, Massachusetts: 1635-1902

John J. Currier

 

Originally written some fifty years after Joshua Coffin’s book, this book completes the history of Newbury through the 19th century.  Currier’s History contains 755 pages of Newbury history, including an index and appendix.  Although it will contain some of the same facts as Coffin's earlier work, Currier's book gives us many additional facts and is organized by subject, instead of Coffin's chronological format.  Also included in this volume are many maps and illustrations.  This is the first reprinting of this excellent work in many, many years!

 

$58.00

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Sons & Daughers of the First Settlers of Newbury

Evergreen Cemetery - 1786

Sue Gagnon & Jill Greenleaf

 

This book was compiled by board member Sue Gagnon and her daughter Jill Greenleaf, a member of SDFSN. The book contains 36 pages of recorded inscriptions and epitaphs, plot maps, and an index. This cemetery, just down the road from the Jackman-Willett House, was also known as Doles Pasture and the Lower Green Cemetery.

 

$26.00

includes postage/handling

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The 1683 Jackman Willett House: A history of the families who lived here and of the current owner, The Sons & Daughters of the First Settlers of Newbury, MA.

This book tells the story of the history of the house, the Society and the genealogy    of the families who lived there or owned or rented the house including Jackman, Willette, Samuel Gerrish, Joseph Stanwood, Plumer, Danforth and Hale. Written by Society President Edward Gerrish Mair, and Registrar Susan York Gagnon, this book contains 183 pages including an index, photos and illustrations.

                        

$17.00

includes postage/handling

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The Sons & Daughters Of the First Settlers of Newbury

PO BOX 444

Newburyport, MA  01950-0544

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