3 edition of History of the Town of Gill, Franklin County, Massachusetts, 1793-1943 found in the catalog.
History of the Town of Gill, Franklin County, Massachusetts, 1793-1943
Ralph M. Stoughton
|Other titles||History of Gill.|
|Statement||by Ralph M. Stoughton.|
|LC Classifications||F74.G4 S76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||79115593|
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History of the Town of Gill, Franklin County, Massachusetts, / by Ralph M. ://?id=wu History of Greenfield, shire town of Franklin county, Massachusetts. Author Thompson, Francis M.
(Francis McGee), Published Gill lies in the central part of Franklin County and is roughly bounded by Bernardston on the north, Northfield on the north and east, Erving on the southeast, Montague on Massachusetts south, and Greenfield on the west.
Gill was organized Septem from a part of Greenfield. On Februa part of Northfield was annexed to ://~mafrankl/ The town is named in honor of Moses Gill, a member of Massachusetts' Executive Council who became lieutenant govenor in and acting governor in when Governor Increase Sumner died.
Gill died inleaving the state without a governor and acting governor for the first and only time in its history. Read more about the Town of Gill, MA Vital records of Gill, Massachusetts, to the year Internet Archive. Vital records, ca.
[Gill, Massachusetts] Family History Library Gill Military Records. History of the town of Gill, Franklin 1793-1943 book, Massachusetts, Family History Library Gill Miscellaneous Records Bernarston, Massachusetts, town records, Family History Library Charlemont Military Records.
Charlemont Militia Soldiers (from Massachusetts Town Records collection) Ancestry Gill Military Records. History of the town of Gill, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Family History Library Greenfield Military Records Gill was first settled in and was officially incorporated in Massachusetts town is named in honor of Moses Gill, a member of Massachusetts’ Executive Council who became lieutenant governor in and acting governor in when Governor Increase Sumner died.
The first town meeting was held Decemwith Moses Bascom as Gill, Franklin, MA Gill, incorporated Septemwas originally part of Deerfield and was included in the portion set off from Deerfield June 9,as the district of Genealogy in Franklin County, Massachusetts Town of Wendell Home || Information | Online Genealogical Resources | Bibliography | General Information | Related Pages Information Wendell lies in the eastern part of Franklin County and is roughly bounded by Erving on the north, Orange and New Salem on the east, Shutesbury on the south, Leverett on the southwest, and Montague on the ~mafrankl/ Biographical review; this volume contains biographical sketches of leading citizens of Franklin County, Massachusetts.
History of the town of Ashfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, from its settlement in History of the Town of Bernardston, Franklin County, Massachusetts Genealogy in Franklin County, Massachusetts Town of Shelburne Home || Information | Online Genealogical Resources | Bibliography | General Information | Related Pages Information Shelburne lies in the western part of Franklin County and is roughly bounded by Colrain on the north, Greenfield on the east, Deerfield on the southeast, Conway on the south, and Buckland and Charlemont on the ://~mafrankl/ Franklin County Registry of Deeds Scott A.
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Fearing Burr and George Lincoln, The Town of He was prominent in town affairs, especially as Selectman, being first elected to that office in and serving in that capacity no fewer than twenty-four years, at various times between that date anda record unequaled by any other Middlefield citiizen during the history of the town.
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