"Hi I'm descended from William and Grace ( ) Dyer of Sheepscot Maine and later the family lived in Weymouth and Abington Mass. From there moved to Plainfield Mass. I have inherited many items from the family. Willing to share more info. Nancy"
My Snow line starts with William Snow who was a servant of Richard Derby in 1637 and then assigned to Edward Doty in 1638 to serve 7 years in Plymouth MA He married Rebecka Brown about 1654 and son Benjamin about 1669. Benjamin married Elizabeth Alden in 1693. they had 5 children among them was Solomon. My line goes to Lemuel, Solomon, Solomon then Adaline who married Eleazar Scott. They were all in Mass moving from Bridgewater to the western part of the state by 1775 .Does this help y'all ?See More
"I found this article on "Foods To Die For" very interesting. I grew up in a small town where food was carried to the family and I find the tradition very comforting and a way to express caring. I also have my grandmother's hand…"
Wouldn't it fun to share old family recipes passed down from generations ago? It would be interesting to see what kinds of food they ate and how the foods were prepared? Did you know casseroles were non-existent until the 1930's?ISee More