Page 64 of Farrar Manuscript.
- Page 64 of Farrar Manuscript.
Page 64 from Houses in Lincoln 100 Years Old and Over with Some of Their Owners (copy 2). View of home in Lincoln, Mass. that is believed to be the William Smith House, currently of the Minute Man National Historical Park. Top image, undated; Bottom image, undated. Text reads, "Francis Fletcher. 1693 Benjamin Whitmore 10-370. 1734 Nathaniel Whitmore. 1758 Elizabeth Dodge. 1770 Catharine Louisa Salmon. 1771 Elizabeth Dodge [crossed out in pencil] m Capt. William Smith. Jones. Foster. Hartwell. James Butcher. 1903 Mrs. James Butcher. 1908 Charles R. Butcher. 1924 Manuel Silva."
- Farrar, Edward Rogers (1863-1949)
- Farrar, Samuel (1851-1935)
Lincoln Public Library
Lincoln Town Archives, Lincoln, Massachusetts.
- Collection (local):
Lincoln (Mass.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
- Original format: 1 sheet, 9.25 in. x 12 in.; Top photo, B&W, 3.5 in. x 4.5 in.; Bottom photo, B&W, 3.5 in. x 4.5 in.
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Image is part of Houses in Lincoln 100 Years Old and Over with Some of Their Owners, also known as the Farrar Historical Houses Manuscript, c. 1935 (2004.002). Lincoln Town Archives, Lincoln Massachusetts.