Location: Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Surnames/tags: House_History Massachusetts Peaslee
Peaslee Garrison House History
|Exterior view of the Peaslee Garrison House|
"The house of Joseph Peaslee, Jr., the father of Mary, was built of brick brought from England and is still standing near Rocks Village, in the East Parish. It was used as a garrison house in the French and Indian wars."
|Peaslee, Joseph House|
- Built: 1674
- Village: Rocks Village
- Town: Haverhill
- Address: 790 East Broadway Haverhill, Massachusetts
- GPS: 42.807470, -71.009520
- Comment by Arthur's Park January 4, 2015 at 10:37 PM on blog about the construction being around 1710-11, needs research.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Kimball, Emma Adaline & Sawyer, C E. The Peaslees and Others of Haverhill and Vicinity (Press of Chase Bros., 1899 Haverhill, Massachusetts) Pages 14, 25 Internet Archive
- ↑ Nutting, Wallace (1861-1941). "Exterior view of the Peaslee Garrison House" 1910-1930s Courtesy of Historic New England (https://www.historicnewengland.org/ : accessed 5 Nov 2021) PC039: Wallace Nutting photographic collection, 1910s-1930s Identifier: GUSN-199731
- ↑ "Peaslee, Joseph House" Courtesy of Massachusetts Cultural Resource Information (MACRIS) (https://mhc-macris.net/ : accessed 5 Nov 2021) Inventory # HVR.29
- Kimball, Emma Adaline. "Wayside Flowers" (Hoyt, Fogg & Donham, 1882, Portland, Maine) Pages 13 and 119-123 Internet Archive