He laughed and looked to Charles. “After breakfast, I want him saddled. You will ride to John Trowbridge’s Tavern and bring back a copy of the Boston Gazette. John will have a few to sell, I am sure of it. … Continue reading
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While in England this year, I had the opportunity to visit Framlingham (Notice the “L”), England. This is the 17th century home of Nicholas Danforth in Framlingham. He was the father of Thomas Danforth and both arrived in Massachusetts when … Continue reading
This would have been Gen. Gage’s Quarters during his time as Governor and essentially, Commander of all North American British Forces.
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Historical Character – sat on the judicial Council during the Boston Massacre. Judge Edmund Goff Trowbridge Born: 1709, Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts Died:Apr. 2, 1793, Massachusetts Judge appointed by Shirley as Attorney General in 1749 Quotes: President Adams, in … Continue reading