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It is certain that William Gillson, Anthony Amiable, Thomas Bird, Nathaniel Tilden, Edward Foster, Henry Rowley, and some others were here before 1628.The above named gentlemen and others, were called " men of Kent," having come from that County in England.Copyright infringement liability can be quite severe. Tfis vafaie of Town histories if faithfully compiled, b read- ily acknowledged, since it is from such sources, that more general histories may acquire accuracy. We have attempted to correct some mistakes and inaccuracies in a former account of Scituate, published in the Historical Society's papers, A. 1816 : for which mistakes we may have been, in part, responsible, hav- ing furnished to Samuel Davis, Esq.About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. Digiti zed by Google V f^/'j H-'f S' ^ HARVARD UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Entered according to Act of Congre M, in the year 1831, by Jamet - Loring, in the Clerk's Oi Ece of the District Court of Mamachusetto. The reasons for at- tempting a more perfect and copious history of Scituate, than has hitherto appeared, may be found in the facts, that it was one of the earliest settlements in New^ England, that it took the lead in population, and bore an important part in the civil and military a JSairs of Pljnnouth Colony, that it has produced eminent characters, and furnished colonists for peopling more recent settlements, in many of the States of the Union. to Newport and Scituate, Rhode Island- In 1760, to Ches- terfield, Ver. many of the notes from which that account was compiled : but we have been careful to quote authority, whenever we have adverted to the mistakes of any previous writer or compiler. It has been ascertained by repeated observations at the Harbour, that it lies in North Lat.This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain.Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing this resource, we have taken steps to prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying.
You can search through the full text of this book on the web at |http : //books . com/ t(F /9^f^ r~ V M ^ ^ 4^^ ^^^^ ^^L Jllta2fi;5fnik0jii Digiti zed by Google Digiti zed by Google Digiti zed by Google HISTORT OF SCITUATE, MASSACHUSETTS^ FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT TO 1831. There was a large access to the setdement in 1633, which company came by the way of Boston, with Mr. Pre- vious to 1640, most of the population was fi-om the County of Kent in England, but about the latter date, many came in from Hingham, Dorchester, Watertown, Weymouth and Nan- tasket, at which places they had resided a few years : many of these were from London, and more, perhaps, from Dorset- shire. We make no apology for publishing even trifling incidents or barren genealogies, of those families which have opened a new world to civilization and religion. With reference to these controversies, the following Court order was passed in 1654.The earliest notice of a setdement at Scituate, which has record to verify it, bears date 1628.Henry Merritt sells to Nathaniel Tilden " all that land which I had of Groodman Byrd, lying within the fence at the North end of the third clifie, unto the land of Na- thaniel Tilden." Col. It is fair to infer firom this, that setdements were made very early.We now remark that, to complete this map of the setdement, we are to conceive of Isaac Stedman's house (notwithstanding he had a house lot on Kent street^ standing twenty rods South-easterly of the Stockbridee mill dam, JV& William Vassall's " belle house" on the neck (Gushing place), Mr Thomas King's house near it on the South-west, and Resolved White's near it on the East.Then turning to the harbour, we are to conceive of a few " squatters " and principally fishermen.