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The Ancient Records of the Town of Ipswich: From to , Volume 1 - Ebook written by Ipswich (Mass.). Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Ancient Records of the Town of Ipswich: From to , Volume 1. Excerpts from “Millend, Ipswich” by M.B.V. Perley, “Millend” was located about the Saltonstall Mill (*the present location of the EBSCO and the Mill District). The ground has become historic. There planted the first Samuel Appleton, John Whipple, and Richard Saltonstall; there the river was first dammed for grist and saw mills.. The location of Mill street is not a difficult task. Ipswich Grants_Town Meeting Town Records Misc. Records cir. Misc. Town Records Town Records Town Records Town Records (box 9) Town Records Ipswich Record Book No. 6 . High Street, the Shatswell-Tuttle house (right side by / left,)-The oldest section of the Tuttle – Lord – Shatswell house was built before for Deacon John Shatswell, who joined the Ipswich settlement in with his wife and four children. It remained in the family and was the home of Col. Nathaniel Shatswell, famous for his command of Union troops during the Battle of.
The James, Founders of New England: Records of Ships Passenger Lists from England to New England between and This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, . There are 2 ways to get from Ipswich to Mill End by train, subway or car. Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner. Recommended option. Train, subway • 2h 12m. Take the train from Ipswich to London Liverpool Street;. Located in eastern Massachusetts and formed in , the city of Ipswich forms part of Essex County. This database is a transcription of a city directory originally published in In addition to providing the residents' names, it provides their addresses and occupational information. Best practice when researching a person is to start with full names rather than a nickname e.g Steven rather than Steve. Also try variations on a known name for example Steven or Stephen or Tracey and Tracy etc or just try the surname within the postcode.