2 edition of History of Plymouth, Ohio, 1815 to 1930. found in the catalog.
History of Plymouth, Ohio, 1815 to 1930.
Written in English
|Statement||[Prepared and presented by Nathaniel Spear, Jr.|
|Contributions||Spear, Nathaniel, 1896- ed.|
|LC Classifications||F499.P66 F55|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||72238424|
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Asa Palmer 30 Jun Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts Bay - 17 Oct managed by Susan Merk Annie Palmer Stanley, York, New Brunswick, Canada - aft managed by Marilyn Stewart Jennie (Palmer) Belden United States - Read the digitized book:History of New London, Ohio, with a brief summary of recent history, - History of New London, Ohio, with a brief summary of recent history.The site of Henry ' s farm has been stated in the History of Plymouth as ; " Henry Cook built on the west bank of the river on what is known as the West Branch, called Wooster Swamp, Cur Northwest Inhabitants, Northbury and Plymouth Hollow and most recently incorporated as the village of Plymouth." More correctly Henry's farm and first.