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Dartmoor Prison Book

We are considering publication of 2 books on Dartmoor Prison (1 as a convict prison and 1 as a war prison). Because of Marblehead's history in relation to
denraeuk
Jan 24, 2002
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Re: Hooper Mansion...

Thank You so much. I am tied up this month with our State Fair with showing our horses. I would love to be able to talk to someone after the fair is
draftgal
Sep 4, 2001
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Hooper Mansion...

Start here... http://www.marbleheadarts.org/ My wife is also a Hooper. There is a lot of
bpurdin
Sep 4, 2001
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Hello

My name is Gayle Hooper Clark. I am interested in finding out all I can about the Hooper Mansion. Is there a web site for it? Or, who can I talk with about the
draftgal
Sep 3, 2001
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Marblehead's early Civil War involvement

I want to contact someone who has researched the three Marblehead companies that were a part of the 8th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Militia which
rwoz2
Nov 3, 2000
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Thank you, Dan for the pictures!

The first picture shows part of the Martin/Rodgers house that was next to Hutchies. The second and third show a house that was torn down and shows the
rintin8
Feb 12, 2000
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Pleasant Street Homes long gone..

Great! Lots of memories of my boys riding their trikes in that lot with the Nelson children. Part of the lot was Peaches and Rich let the air out of many tires
rintin8
Feb 10, 2000
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Re: Found in Collection of Post Cards

Karin, I might have a picture of your old family house on Pleasant Street. The pictures (actually 3 views) show the houses that were torn down and even the
d_dixey
Feb 9, 2000
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Found in Collection of Post Cards

Dan Dixey's picture of "Spitehouse" sent me scurrying to my drawer full of Marblehead Post Cards. I found a little two inch by three inch packet of Souvenir
rintin8
Feb 9, 2000
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Credits to Mrs. Gosling and Harry W.

I am forever grateful to two dedicated historians in helping me do research on the subject below.. Mrs. Gosling, Civil War Historian, and the late Harry
rintin8
Feb 6, 2000
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Roads Book,History of Marblehead errors

Road History was written to sell books. And it did. Mr. Roads also added a disclaimer. He erred in naming the two British ships that were after Old
rintin8
Feb 5, 2000
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Marblehead Story; A Penny A Fly

Had lunch with Frank Rodgers, of Rodgers Fuel, Ice, etc. My dad bought the antique family home that was next to Hutchie's Chips. That home and Robinson's house
rintin8
Jan 25, 2000
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Lobster Shell on Display at Driftwood

1970..My brother, karl D. Martin (Marblehead Electric Light Employee almost 50 years now) caught 17 1/2 pd. lobster in his fishing net off the Neck. Picture
rintin8
Jan 10, 2000
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Updating the calendar...

I'm going to be doing it little by little. If you want to help be sure to put the event in the right day and indicate the year. For example: In December 26th,
bpurdin
Dec 25, 1999
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Welcome...

Feel free to post dates and events in the history of Marblehead here for discussion and potential inclusion in our History Calendar (on this site) which is
bpurdin
Dec 24, 1999
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