Room 1A

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Book - The Town Records of Roxbury, Massachusets 1647-1730

Dunkle, Robert J. and Ann S. Lainhart; The Town Records of Roxbury, Massachusetts 1647-1730 Being Volume One of the Original, The New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1997.

Book located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Donated by: 
Lois Goldsbury Macy
Donation date: 
2012-07-28

History of Franklin, MA

Blake, Mortimer, A History of Franklin, MA, Higginson Book Company, Salem, MA, 1879. This history of Franklin, MA from its settlement to the completin of the first century. Contains information about Samuel Goldsbury who married Abigail Metcalf and settled in Warwick. Note pages 143-144.

Book located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1879
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Donated by: 
Lois Goldsbury Macy
Donation date: 
2012-07-28

Book - Notable Kin Volume One

Roberts, Gary Boyd, Compiler with contributions by David Curtis Dearborn, Julie Helen Otto, Michael J. Wood, and David Allen Lambert; Notable Kin, An Anthology of Columns First Published in the Nehgs Nexus, 1986-1995 Volume One, Published in Cooperation with the New England Historic Genealogical Society of Boston by Carl Boyers, 3rd, Santa Clarita, CA, 1998.

Book is located in left unit, wooden cabinet, rm 1a

Donated by: 
Lois Goldsbury Macy
Donation date: 
2012-07-28

Szatmary - Shays' Rebellion - The Making of an Agrarian Insurrection

Szatmary, David P.: Shays' Rebellion - The Making of an Agrarian Insurrection, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, 1980.

"The standard work on one of the events which led to the adoption of the Constitution".

Year (or year range): 
1980
Approximate era: 
1976-2000
Donated by: 
Lois Macy
Donation date: 
7/28/2012

Cookbook "Warwick's Treasure of Personal Recipes"

Cookbook entitled "Warwick's Treasure of Personal Recipes", compiled by the Women's Guild, Warwick, Massachusetts. Bev-Ron Publishing Company, Kansas City, Missouri, 1952.

Cookbook located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1952
Approximate era: 
1951-1975
Donated by: 
Beverly Shepardson
Donation date: 
2012

Miriam Stevens Family File

Booklet compiled by William C. King entitled "Great Migration Ancestors of Miriam Stevens (direct descendants of Emperor Charlemagne)". All of the known American ancestors of Miriam Stevens can be traced to 17th Century Massachusetts. These early immigrants came from England in the Great Migration of the 1630's...this book features 100 ancestors related through Miriam.
An additional group of papers with copies of pictures of C.G. Stevens and Martin Stevens and additional genealogical material.

Family Genealogy of Lois Goldsbury Macy

Lois Macy has compiled a detailed book with up to date genealogy starting with John Goldsbury (1700-1775) and ending with Lois' two children. Includes photographs, birth, death and marriage certificates.

Donated by: 
Lois Goldsbury Macy
Donation date: 
2012

The Genealogy and History of the Williams family

A reprint copy of the genealogy and history of the Williams family, especially the descendants of Robert Williams of Roxbury by Stephen W. Williams, M.D., A.M.
Greenfield; Merriam & Mirick, 1847.

Donated by: 
Lois Goldsbury Macy
Donation date: 
2012-07-08

Genealogy of the Lyman Family in Great Britain and America by Lyman Coleman , D.D.

A reprint of a book on the genealogy of the Lyman Family, ancestors and descendants of Richard Lyman, from High Ongar in England, 1631.

Donated by: 
Lois Goldsbury Macy
Donation date: 
2012-07-08

Stories From Here and There by Charles A. Morse

A notebook containing articles written by Charles Morse and published in the Orange Enterprise & Journal (with the exception of two articles published in 1950). Articles include the following subjects:
- First Congregational Unitarian Church 100th Anniversary - 1936
- Warwick’s 46th Annual Reunion - 1940
- Henry Manning, his time in Andersonville and his early death in 1868
- William Lawrence - first Warwick son to enlist in Civil War, first Warwick son to die
- Naming of Warwick landmarks: Mount Grace, Bennett’s Knob, Flour Hill, Rum Brook Road
- Church Bell
- Dr. Pomeroy vs. Shays Rebellion
- Susie E. Barber (daughter of Deacon Hervey Barber)
- Goldsbury family
- Tory Ministers
- Spiritualistic Spring

Year (or year range): 
1938-1950
Approximate era: 
1926-1950
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