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Many schools named for PMs - now what?

The majority of Canadian Prime Ministers have had schools named after them, but as some Canadians revise their assessment of our leaders through the prism of today’s mores, expect the clamour to expunge the names to continue. 91 more words


George Abbott 10th Great Grandfather

GEORGE1 ABBOTT was  born in England, and died in Rowley, Essex Co., Mass., 1647, where he had lived about five years after coming from England with his family, about 1642, being one of the first settlers. 2,384 more words


George Abbott 9th Great Grandfather

George Abbott was born in 1631  England and came to New England with his father’s family, probably about 1642, lived at Rowley, Essex Co., Massachusetts about 14 years, when, in 1655, he settled in that part of Andover, afterwards North Andover, but now Andover Center. 711 more words


The day it finally happened

First off – I KNOW I haven’t blogged in literally months (I have exams and they’re horrid and it’s a lame excuse, I know, I hate it too), but after the buzz of ‘the news’ yesterday, I couldn’t not write… 545 more words

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Captain John Abbott 7th Great Grandfather

The son of my ancestors, JOHN & JEMIMA (JOHNSON) ABBOTT, he married Elizabeth Phipps on October 18, 1721 in Lexington, Mass. Bay Colony. He was in Stow, Mass. 355 more words


Joseph Abbott 6th Great Grandfather

When Joseph Abbott was born in 1723 in King and Queens, Virginia, his father Captain John Abbott was 22 and his mother Elizabeth was 22. He married Frances Sears on November 12, 1741and they had 17 children together. 458 more words