Susan/Susanna Hunt Stetson d. 1862 in Braintree, Mass.
Note NI04362Town of Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Established 1635.
Vital Record To Year 1850, Volume 1, Page 147.
HUNT - birth,
Ebenezer, son of Eben[eze]r & Rachel, 17 August 1760.
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From Edmund S Soper's Weymouth Ways and Weymouth People - Reminiscences, pub 1907
Robbins' mill was grinding the corn grown about the village, and in the fall the bins were full of the potatoes raised. The great shoat, when killed at Thanksgiving time, filled the pork tub. I remember the great droves of pigs driven through our streets, their owners stopping now and then to sell; they went along rooting up the sides of the street, and the yards of the houses ; no one cared.
Among some old pamphlets relating to the town, bought at auction by my son, I found a catalogue of the " Social Library." Some time afterwards a friend gave me two curious old books. On examination I found they were books of this same library, for on the first blank page was this : " The Property of the Proprietors of the Social Library in Weymouth; to be returned in six weeks." The title of one was, "Submission to the Righteousness of God," published in 1764; of the other, "Friendship in Death," published in 1792. The books were once the property of Mr. Ebenezer Hunt, Jr. He died Jan. 27, 1823, and was no doubt a member of this corporation.
Ebenezer was born in 1760. He was a Deacon in Weymouthh, Massachusetts.
He married first Susannah Bowditch and second Tirza Bates.
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