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Sudbury, Massachusetts Historical Markers

 
Hop Brook Mill Marker image, Touch for more information
By Russell C. Bixby, August 5, 2011
Hop Brook Mill Marker
Massachusetts (Middlesex County), Sudbury — Hop Brook Mill1630 - 1930
To the left is the site of Hop Brook Mill, erected in 1659 by virtue of a town grant to Thomas and Peter Noyes, "to build and maintain a mill to grind the corn of the settlers." It is now the property of Henry Ford. — Map (db m48812) HM
Massachusetts (Middlesex County), Sudbury — Sudbury1630 - 1930
Settled 1638 by a company of Puritans who arrived in the ship "Confidence" and were attracted by the meadows on the Musketaquid River. Named after Sudbury in Suffolk. — Map (db m48028) HM
Massachusetts (Middlesex County), Sudbury — Sudbury Fight1630 - 1930
One-quarter mile north took place the Sudbury Fight with King Philip's Indians on April 21, 1676. Captain Samuel Wadsworth fell with twenty-eight of his men; their monument stands in the burying ground. — Map (db m48811) HM
Massachusetts (Middlesex County), Sudbury — The Goodnow Garrison House1630 - 1930
Portion of the Goodenow Garrison House in which the settlers took refuge from King Philip's Indians during the battle of April 18-21, 1676. — Map (db m48813) HM
Massachusetts (Middlesex County), Sudbury — Washington at the Wayside Inn
Washington Passed This Place On His Way to Cambridge To Take Command of the Patriot Army June 1775 July — Map (db m29925) HM

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