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Historical Markers and War Memorials in West Newbury, Massachusetts
Location of West Newbury, Massachusetts
► Essex County (247) ► Middlesex County (272) ► Suffolk County (221) ► Hillsborough County, New Hampshire (36) ► Rockingham County, New Hampshire (127)
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|On this site Enoch Noyes is reported to have started America’s First Comb Industry — — Map (db m155514) HM|
|At this site in 1952 Julian D. Steele was unanimously elected town moderator, becoming the first African-American in the Commonwealth to hold this position. — — Map (db m155670) HM|
|Birthplace of Cornelius Conway Felton, born November 6, 1807. He was president of Harvard College from 1860-1862. — — Map (db m155513) HM|
|Birthplace of Jacob Bayley, born July 19, 1726. He made a settlement in Vermont on the oxbow of the Connecticut River in 1762, naming it for the place of his birth. — — Map (db m155512) HM|
|19th Masstts Vol. Regt.
Encamped here from
June 1-July 1, 1861 — — Map (db m155511) HM|
|First site of the Second Parish Meetinghouse, 1731-1816 — — Map (db m155510) HM|
|Near this site a child was killed and nine other persons taken in a Native American raid on October 7, 1695. All were retaken. — — Map (db m155516) HM|
|Near this site the first house on Crane Neck Hill was built in 1709 by Ensign Enoch Little. — — Map (db m155507) HM|
|Near this site the only Native American recorded killed in West Newbury was killed by Hananiah Ordway — — Map (db m155515) HM|
|Original site of the First Parish Meetinghouse. Completed in 1711. — — Map (db m155509) HM|
|Site of the Quaker Meetinghouse erected 1825, torn down 1920. — — Map (db m155517) HM|