Boaz Brown

Boaz Brown (1665 - abt. 1711)

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Boaz Brown
Born in Concord Mamap
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Died about in Stow Mamap
Profile last modified | Created 23 Nov 2013
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The house generally known as the Boaz Brown house on Harvard Road is thought to have been built by Boaz jr. about 1692. In a setting of open fields, handsome trees, and old stonewalls, it may be the second oldest existing house in Stow. Boaz Jr. lived from 1665 to 1710. There is a deed of lands from Stephen Hall, one of the first lot- holders, to Boaz Brown. Tradition has given the house a date of 1690, which seems probable. Boaz is said to have kept a tavern here.[1]


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