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First records of the town of Adams, Massachusetts

by Adams (Mass.)

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Published by Massachusetts record society in Worcester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNew England town series, edited by Franklin P. Rice -- II
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF74.A25 A25
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25660728M
    LC Control Number25003661

    The present town of Adams was settled soon after , by a group of Quakers, most of them from Smithfield, Rhode Island, and the nearby town of Dartmouth, Massachusetts. They were neighbors and friends of the settlers in nearby New Providence, on Stafford Hill (Cheshire), who were staunch Baptists. Massachusetts Cities and Towns A & B. Adams Property Assessor Records. View Adams, Massachusetts property assessor records. Provides owner name, parcel ID, address and values in MS Excel format. Billerica Tax Records. Town of Billerica records for real estate, motor vehicle, personal property taxes, and utility bills.

    MASSACHUSETTS FORT. CHAPTER II. THE site of this memorable fortress is so near our village, and literally at the extreme north end of the town of Adams, that a brief recapitulation of its history will be most appropriate. About Fort Massachusetts was built in a . North Adams is a city in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United is part of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical population as of the census. Best known as the home of the largest contemporary art museum in the United States, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams has in recent years become a center for tourism, culture County: Berkshire.

      North Adams Massachusetts Criminal Records Search and Depository Look up criminal information in town of North Adams Criminal History Systems Board (CHSB) Arlington Street, 2nd Floor, Suite Chelsea, MA Ph: () Lookup North Adams Massachusetts Civil and Criminal Cases and Files Search divorce records and other civil. Adams, town (township), Berkshire county, northwestern Massachusetts, lies at the foot of Mount Greylock (3, feet [1, metres]), on the Hoosic River, 15 miles (24 km) north of town of North Adams is 5 miles north. Founded by Quakers in , it was known as East Hoosuck until , when it was incorporated and renamed for the Revolutionary War hero Samuel Adams.


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First records of the town of Adams, Massachusetts by Adams (Mass.) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Most of the first settlers of this town were from Connecticut. Of these, Abiel Smith, Gideon and Jacob, his sons, John Kilbourn, his son-in-law, and John McNeil, were from Litchfield ; Reuben Hinman and Jonathan Smith came from Woodbury.

First Records of the Town of Adams Massachusetts Massachusetts book – January 1, by Franklin Rice (Author)Author: Franklin Rice. First records of the town of Adams, Massachusetts First records of the town of Adams, Massachusetts by Adams (Mass.) Publication date Topics genealogy Publisher Worcester, Massachusetts record society Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language Pages: Adams Town Records, ; Book 4 (from Massachusetts Town Records collection) Ancestry.

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Each record includes the individual's name, birth date, birthplace, and parents' names. Even some of the Quakers of Adams laid aside religious conviction in favor of survival of the country and bore arms.

By the time the Town of Adams was incorporated in these two non-conformist religious groups dominated the area to the extent that Adams was a rare Massachusetts town with no Congregational minister.

I have an old book called, "First Records of the Town of Adams, Massachusetts." Its earliest name was East Hoosick. In the Town of Adams was incorporated. William Smith was on the Comittee of Safety. Gideon Smith was in the group called, Surveyors of Highways.

David Smith was on the Committee of Safety. Names of residents the first ten years. Adams, Massachusetts Historic Travel Information (Source: New England Towns) Adams and North Adams (Source: Holyoke, Massachusetts) Adams History of New England (Source: Internet Archive) History of the Town of Adams (Source: Internet Archive) History of the Town of Adams.

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Adams Property Browse the Adams, Massachusetts property Assessor's database to view parcel ID number, owner name, address and values in MS Excel format. History of North Adams, Mass., reminiscences of early settlers: extracts from old town records: its public institutions, industries and prominent citizens, together with a roster of commissioned officers in the War of the Rebellion by W.

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THE town of Adams, including what is now Adams and North Adams, was originally known as East Hoosac. This township was first explored and surveyed inby a committee of the General Court of Massachusetts.

They were instructed to lay it out six miles square. Nathan Jones purchased the township of East Hoosac at auction in from the state for £3, Inthe town was officially incorporated as Adams, named in honor of Samuel Adams, a revolutionary leader and signer of the Declaration of : Berkshire.

Sam Adams. Our Town of Adams, Massachusetts is named after American patriot and founding father, Samuel Adams. A major leader and activist in the American Revolution, Sam Adams led protest against the Stamp Act, was a founder of the Sons of Liberty, a principal organizer of the Boston Tea Party, a member of the Continental Congress, and signer of the Declaration of Independence.

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The Adams Town Clerk, located in Adams, Massachusetts, is the official keeper of public records for Berkshire County. The Clerk's office ensures that public records are retained, archived, and made accessible to the public in accordance with all laws and on: 8 Park Street, Adams,MA.Adams Massachusetts Criminal Records Search and Depository Look up criminal information in the town of Adams Criminal History Systems Board (CHSB) Arlington Street, 2nd Floor, Suite Chelsea, MA Ph: () (Film Collection) Town and vital recordsbirth recordsmarriage recordsand town meeting records / Pittsfield (Massachusetts).

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