|Scope & Content||
One 28 x 18" map, Plan 2, Sheet No. 2 of the plans showing the location Of The Division Line Between Danvers And South Danvers fin 1856. The map was traced by George A. Barnaby in 1929.
There is about 5200 feet on a straight line from the shore of the Mill Pond in Richard Osbore's land to the fence, dividing the lands of Nathan Proctor and H. Richards.
Sheet 2 shows Mill Pond near Graham tillage at about 1 1/2 acres; Graham pasture about 1 1/5 acres Richard Osborne's pasture about 1 1/2 acres. Next to Graham tillage is a road to South Danvers, which is not clear of the name. Then there is J.Bates pasture at 4 1/4 acres, which is next to Mrs. Nathaniel Putnam's pasture that is 3 2/3 acres. To the right of her pasture is an unknown road to Salem. On the other side of the road is Gardner mowing about 13 acres; William Jacobs mowing 7 1/2 acres along with three other smaller lands by Bates. There is a Cart Way that cuts through parts of Bates and Jacobs property.
|Access Conditions||Restricted to use in Sutton Room or Research Room.|
|Creator||George A. Barnaby traced map August 1929|
|Title||Location Of The Division Line Between Danvers And S. Danvers|
|Copyrights||All copyrights belong to the Peabody Institute Library, Peabody, MA|
|Collection||Local History Resource Center|