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Moses Everett
Moses Everett, 1750-1813 [from The Clapp Memorial. Record of the Clapp Family in America ? Ebenezer Clapp, compiler. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1876] Moses Everett was born in Dedham, July...
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Huebener Brick no. 19, Everett-Appleton House
Located on Pleasant Street on the site of the present Edward Everett School, this house was built in 1779 by Moses Everett, minister of the First Parish Church. Moses Everett was Edward Everett?s uncle....
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First Church
First Church The First Parish Church (Unitarian), Meeting-House Hill, Dorchester district, is the oldest religious society in Boston. It was organized in Plymouth, England, March 20, 1630, the eve...
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Thaddeus Mason Harris, 1768-1842
Minister of the First Church. Thaddeus Mason Harris, clergyman, born in Charlestown, Massachusetts, 7 July, 1768; died in Dorchester, Massachusetts, 3 April, 1842. He was a descendant in the sixth...
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David Clapp, 1720-1787
Clapp, David (Jonathan, Nathaniel, Nicholas) 1720-1787 [from The Clapp Memorial. Record of the Clapp Family in America ? Ebenezer Clapp, compiler. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1876] p. 221 David,...
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Ebenezer Clapp, 1732-1802
Ebenezer Clapp (Ebenezer, Ebenezer, Nathaniel, Nicholas) 1732-1802 [from The Clapp Memorial. Record of the Clapp Family in America ? Ebenezer Clapp, compiler. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1876] Ebenezer,...
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Ebenezer Clapp, 1809-1881
Ebenezer Clapp (Ebenezer, Noah, Jonathan, Nathaniel, Nicholas) 1809-1881 [from The Clapp Memorial. Record of the Clapp Family in America, Ebenezer Clapp, compiler. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1876] Ebenezer,...
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Huebener Brick no. 21 Everett House
The Everett House was built at Five Corners (now Edward Everett Square) about 1745 by Robert Oliver, a wealthy planter from Antigua. The house was acquired in the late 18th century by Oliver Everett...
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DIOTD, Sept. 22, 2008 Thaddeus Mason Harris
Dorchester Illustration of the Day no. 914 Thaddeus Mason Harris was the original owner of the house built in 1794 pictured last week, called Mt. Ida, where Nahum Capen lived in the mid-nineteenth...
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DIOTD June 15, 2009 Edward Everett birthplace
Dorchester Illustration of the Day no. 1082 The Everett House was built at Five Corners (corner, of Columbia Road and Boston Street, now Edward Everett Square) about 1745 by Robert Oliver, a wealthy...
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