Category Archives: TRIP – Massachusetts & Connecticut Genealogical Trip April 2011 (formerly Massachusetts Meanderings)

Pennsylvania Ratifies the Constitution of the United States December 12, 1787 and a visit to the National Archives.

While all the political maneuvering of the Connecticut settlers and the Pennsylvania Government and others was going on, it was becoming apparent that the newly independent 13 colonies needed a stronger Federal government and this led to the Constitutional Convention … Continue reading

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Norton Cemetery in Otis, MA. Finding the final resting place of Keziah Goss Haskell Rose

Before I leave the Berkshires and Becket and head to Pennsylvania, in the effort to track our restless Philip Goss IV, I visited the Norton Cemetery in Otis, MA in order to view the burial of Keziah Goss Haskell Rose. … Continue reading

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Philip Goss and Mary, the Records of the Congregational Church – Township No. 4 – Becket 1759 to later…

On my trip to Massachusetts in 2011, I found this manuscript at the Berkshire Athenaeum in Pittfield. It was a transcript of the records of the Congregational Church by a Rollin Hillyer Cooke. This is not the original source but … Continue reading

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