|Catalog Number/Object ID||1961-003-05012|
|Collection||Marblehead Town History|
|Scope & Content/Description||
Black Notebook #12 containing the following:
1-7. THE GENEALOGY OF THE PEACH family as prepared by Frederick P. Wells in his history of Newbury, Vermont
11-33. RESEARCH OF 9 HARDING Lane by Robert Booth 12 October 1979, amended 5 February 1984…
35-37. 23 MARCH 1716/17: INVENTORY OF ESTATE OF JOHN PEACH, SHIPWRIGHT #20913…
41-53. CAPTAIN PHILIP H. WHITE, Messenger November 11, 1927…
55. CAPTAIN WHITE murder, Messenger Jan. 7,1881…
57-59. CAPTAIN PHILIP H. WHITE by Thomas Baxter White, Messenger
June 9, 1911…
61-63. THE RETURN OF A NATIVE by Thomas Baxter White, Messenger June 9, 1911…
65-87. CAPTAINS JOHN AND PHILIP WHITE, from 'THE DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS WHITE, OF MARBLEHEAD AND MARK HASKELL OF BEVERLY, by Perley Derby…published 1872...
89-93. WAITE lineage
95-97. THE TOWN'S 300TH ANNIVERSARY IS COMING UP, by Edwin ? Collins
99. TOWN REPORT COVERS HAVE OWN UNIQUE HISTORY ..1965 by Richard Lodge
101. HEADERS SUPPORT COLONIAL EFFORTS TO BOYCOTT SALE OF TEA BY EAST INDIA COMPANY OF ENGLAND an article from 'History and Traditions of Marblehead by Samuel Roads, Jr.
103. JOHN GALLISON, LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE TO GENERAL COURT, INSTRUCTED BY CONSTITUENTS REGARDING ENGLAND an article from 'History and Traditions of Marblehead by Samuel Roads, Jr.
105. ELBRIDGE GERRY NAMED LOCAL DELAGATES TO CONTINENTAL CONGRESS MEETING IN PHILADELPHIA an article from 'History and Traditions of Marblehead by Samuel Roads, Jr.
107. LEE, ORNE, GERRY, MARBLEHEAD DELEGATES AT SALEM TOWN MEETINGS an article from 'History and Traditions of Marblehead by Samuel Roads, Jr.
109. MARBLEHEAD AND SALEM DRAW BOUNDARY LINES article from 'History and Traditions of Marblehead by Samuel Roads, Jr.
111-113. THE RETURN OF A NATIVE by Thomas Baxter White, Messenger June 11, 1911…
115-125. DIARY TELLS STORY OF OLD SEA CAPTAINS journal of C.C. Carpenter depicts bat fishing in Summer of '55 with Philip and John White.
127. CAPTAIN WHITE MURDER, Messenger January 7, 1881…
129-137. CAPTAINS JOHN AND PHILIP WHITE …extracts from a letter to the Marblehead Historical Society from Rev. C.C. Carpenter, of Andover, Ma…Messenger Feb.2, 1906…
139-145. ISAAC CHAUNCEY WYMAN…born January 31, 1828…died 1910 …Messenger, May 20, 1910…Inventory of Wyman estate…Messenger, Sept. 23, 1910…Isaac C. Wyman's estate dwindles…Messenger, Aug.12,1910…Isaac Wyman estate, Marblehead Neck...Messenger, Aug.29, 1920…Wyman asks town not to sell land, now site of Glover School, but to save it for future school use.
147. GIVES FORTUNE TO PRINCETON...(will of Isaac Wyman)…Messenger, May 27, 1910…
149. ONE WOULD NEVER KNOW, picture and story of Wyman House.
151. TWO PICTURES OF GRAVE STONES of Elizabeth Ingalls Wyman, born 1887 or 1791, died in 1856...the other of Isaac Wyman who died Oct. 4. 1863…
155-173. DUPLICATES OF WYMAN HISTORY..
175. OLD MARBLEHEAD IN VERSE... called 'OLD LYMAN'S BARGAIN' by Wallace D. Weed.
177. THE STRONGEST MAN IN ESSEX COUNTY by Libby Alsberg, stories about Benjamin Wormiest Woodbine
179-201. CAPTAIN PHILIP H. WHITE, first generation through sixth generation, by Perley Derby, from " Descendants of Thomas White of Marblehead and Mark Haskell of Beverly'…published 1872…
203-205. TALK OF CUTTING MARBLEHEAD NECK OFF FROM TOWN, why should seven hundred inhabitants be set off with thirteen hundred acres, leaving seven thousand on ten hundred acres?...'THE SET - OFF, by Mr. Barney Gatt Loquitur, Messenger, November 28, 1884…
207. THE WIDGER FAMILY... spelled also: WIGER, WIDGEAR, WIDIGER, WIDGIER, WIDGERLY)… appeared in Marblehead in the last of the Seventeenth and the first of the Eighteenth Century.
209-221. ABRAHAM WHITHER (WHITHEARE), Essex Institute Historical Collections, Vol. XL1X, January 1913, (note that there are three copies of the same).
223-227. AN ANCIET RHYME, The verses of Nancy Welch, a blind woman, together with lines for a family of her acquaintance, written by herself.
229. SEVENTY YEARS YOUNG, I'M SEVENTY TODAY, written about William M. Wormstead...born in Marblehead on July 4th, 1844…Messenger July 3, 1907.
231. OLD MARBLEHEAD IN VERSE, about Isaac Wyman by Wallace D. Weed.
233-383. DUPLICATE pages
385. SELECTMEN QUESTION HOW TO HANG WHOM, IGNORED FOR YEARS, 'BENJIE' DUE BREAK, selectmen discuss and move Historical paintings around in Abbot Hall.
387. THE SAGA OF WENEPOYKIN AND THE SELLING OF DEAR OLD NAUMKEAG.
|Title||Black Notebook #12|
Hammond, Thomas Peach
Hammond, Thomas P.
Hammond, Joseph W.
Graves, John Bailey
Bell, George F.
White, Philip H., Capt.
White, John, Capt.
Tucker, Joe, Capt.
Carpenter, C. C.
Knapp, Joseph Jenkins, Jr.
Crowinshield, Richard, Jr.
Wyman, Isaac Chauncey
Woodfin, Benjamin Wormiest
Wormiest, William H.
War of 1812
Old North Church
Half Way Rock
Road's History and Traditions of Marblehead
Fort Darbie (Derby)
Wyman Farm House
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Lexicon sub-category||Documentary Artifact|