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  Sir Richard Saltonstall
Governor Saltonstall was appointed agent of the colony in 1709 for the purpose of conveying an address to Queen Anne urging the conquest of Canada, and raised a large contingent in Connecticut for the disastrous expedition of Sir Hovenden Walker.
Gurdon's nephew, Richard Saltonstall, jurist, born in Haverhill, Massachusetts, 24 June, 1703; died 20 October, 1756, was graduated at Harvard in 1722, and in 1728 was chosen to represent Haverhill in the general court.
The second Leverett's grandson, Leverett, lawyer, born in Salem, Massachusetts, 16 March, 1825, was graduated at Harvard in 1844, and at the law-school in 1847, and practised in Boston till 1864.
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  Leverett Saltonstall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saltonstall was born in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts and was a longtime summer resident of Vinalhaven, Maine.
Saltonstall, a Republican, entered politics as an alderman in Newton, Massachusetts from 1920 to 1922, while simultaneously serving as an assistant district attorney of Middlesex County from 1921 to 1922.
Leverett Saltonstall is buried in Harmony Grove Cemetery in Salem, Massachusetts.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Leverett Saltonstall
Saltonstall was born in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts and was a longtime summer resident of Vinalhaven, Maine.
Saltonstall, a Republican, entered politics as an alderman in Newton, Massachusetts from 1920 to 1922, while simultaneously serving as an assistant district attorney of Middlesex County from 1921 to 1922.
Leverett Saltonstall died of congestive heart failure in 1979 aged 86, and is buried in Harmony Grove Cemetery in Salem, Massachusetts.
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 Leverett Saltonstall: United States Senator
Leverett Saltonstall, descendant of Sir Richard Saltonstall of Colonial Days, was a member of the Unitarian Church in Chestnut Hill as well as of the Dover, Massachusetts Unitarian Church and president of the Unitarian Club of Boston.
Thoroughly Bostonian and thoroughly patrician, Leverett Saltonstall was born in Middlesex County, Massachusetts to a family deemed the wealthiest in the state.
Saltonstall was President of the Unitarian Club of Boston, a trustee of Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, and Director of Perkins School for the Blind.
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 Leverett Saltonstall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Saltonstall was born in Newton, Massachusetts (Newton, Massachusetts: newton, massachusetts is a suburb west of boston....
Saltonstall, a Republican, entered politics as an alderman (alderman: A member of a municipal legislative body (as a city council)) in Newton, Massachusetts (Newton, Massachusetts: newton, massachusetts is a suburb west of boston....
Leverett Saltonstall is buried in Harmony Grove Cemetery in Salem, Massachusetts (Salem, Massachusetts: more facts about this subject).
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 The Massachusetts Historical Society | Object of the Month
Senator Leverett Saltonstall, a descendent of Sir Richard Saltonstall, one of the founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, was born in Newton, Massachusetts in 1892.
Saltonstall retired from the Senate in 1966 and died in 1979.
Like many parents of servicemen and women during the Second World War and after, Leverett Saltonstall, then the governor of Massachusetts, was notified by Western Union of the death of a son, Peter Saltonstall, a marine who was killed in action during the invasion of Guam in 1944.
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 Leverett Saltonstall - TheBestLinks.com - Dedham, Massachusetts, June 17, Massachusetts, ...
Leverett Saltonstall, Dedham, Massachusetts, June 17, Massachusetts, September...
Leverett Saltonstall (September 1, 1892 – June 17, 1979) was an American politician who served as Governor of Massachusetts (1939 - 1945) and as a United States Senator (1945 - 1967).
Leverett Saltonstall is buried in Harmony Grove Cemetary in Salem, Massachusetts.
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 Gurdon Saltonstall
Gurdon Saltonstall was a political and social conservative and a firm believer in established authority.
Saltonstall, at this meeting, also decided that the fledgling college at Saybrook should be moved to New Haven, where it was later named after its major benefactor, Elihu Yale.
As Gurdon Saltonstall's administration progressed, his insistence on respect for established authority led to conflicts with James Fitch, a populist political leader and land speculator from Norwich.
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 National Governors Association
LEVERETT SALTONSTALL, the fifty-seventh governor of Massachusetts, was born in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts on September 1, 1892.
He also served as the district attorney for Middlesex County from 1921 to 1922, and was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1923 to 1936, serving as speaker of the house from 1929 to 1936.
Governor Leverett Saltonstall passed away on June 17, 1979, and was buried at the Harmony Grove Cemetery in Salem, Massachusetts.
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Saltonstall was appointed to the position nearly two years ago, after then-chairman James Link resigned.
Saltonstall has also served as president of the Vermont Bar Foundation and the Vermont chapter of the Nature Conservancy.
Saltonstall's relatives include the late Leverett Saltonstall, a moderate Republican governor and U.S. Senator from Massachusetts from 1939 to 1967.
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 The New York Times: Archive Search for 'leverett'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Leverett Saltonstall Is Dead at 86; Revived the Massachusetts G.O.P.; Seen as Tower of Integrity [PDF]
LEVERETT M. Leverett M. Norman, an assistant professor in the library department at City College, where he was a specialist in charge of the institution's collection of Federal government publications, died Sunday at St. Vincent's Hospital....
Leverett Moore of Vassar College, in a lecture before an audience of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences last week, showed that many of the social problems of the present age worried the Romans in the first century....
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 The Harvard Crimson :: News :: Saltonstalls Pepper Harvard's 350 Years
It was in 1631 that Sir Richard Saltonstall's boat, the Arbella, came to the Charles River bearing Thomas' ancestors, and spawning an 11-generation Harvard tradition of staid Brahmins and liberal activists alike.
Nathaniel Saltonstall, Class of 1659, is said to have refused to participate in the Salem witch trials.
Leverett Saltonstall, when asked what he most believed in, responded: "It might sound more impressive if I said something like 'democracy' or the 'the country,' but let's not be pretentious.
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 Oh, dear! Moderates! -- a Dark Cloud Commentary
Saltonstall was often mocked for his very Anglo/protestant/upper class accents by his opponents, which fazed him not at all.
He once campaigned in the middle of Boston districts noted for their Irish, Catholic, Democratic voting ways, and while he carried none of them he was given solid props for doing so, literally, in top hat and tails and working the lines like the pro politico he was.
Saltonstall had the touch and his concern was sincere for the people.
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 MHS Leverett Saltonstall Autograph Collection, 1930-1996 : Guide to the Collection
This collection consists of letters written to Massachusetts Senator Leverett Saltonstall throughout his political career and into retirement from politicians, politicians' wives, journalists, and television personalities, discussing political opinions, friendship, pending legislation, and campaign support.
The Leverett Saltonstall autograph collection consists 3 boxes of letters written to Massachusetts Senator Leverett Saltonstall throughout his political career and into retirement from politicians, politicians' wives, journalists, and television personalities, discussing political opinions, friendship, pending legislation, and campaign support.
Included in the collection are similar letters addressed to Leverett's son William Saltonstall, dating from 1979 to 1996.
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 Copyright 2001-2006, New England Historic Genealogical Society.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
all married Appletons Bishop William Lawrence was the son of Sarah Elizabeth Appleton, and Leverett Saltonstall was a great-nephew of Bishop Lawrence.
Leverett Saltonstall, 1892-1979, governor of Mass., U.S. senator; Richard Middlecott Saltonstall and Eleanor Brooks; Leverett Saltonstall, Jr.
Elizabeth Lee Saltonstall, sister of Jean, married August Belmont (IV), 1908-1995, investment banker (president and chairman of Dillon, Reed and Co.), great-grandson and namesake of the financier.
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 Saltonstall v. Saltonstall (1957) 148 CA2d 109
A child, Lee Bliss Saltonstall, was born as the issue of the marriage on March 23, 1947.
At the time of the divorce action, on July 1, 1949, the custody of the child was awarded to the mother, with the right of reasonable visitations to the father, and the father was ordered to pay $250 per month to the mother for the support and maintenance of the child.
The mother did not admit to the earning of any monies of any consequence; she had no funds of her own and no source of income, and apparently lived entirely from the $250 which was paid to her for the support and maintenance of the child.
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Peter Salton- stall of the Marines was but one of the three children of Leverett Sal- villiam H. Schield, 2-46 ton.stall who are now in the service rthur Schiff, 2-46 'eter H. Spitz, 2-46 of their country.
Saltonstall is a member of the :obert G. Wilson, 2-46 WAVES.
Leverett Saltonstall under the sponsorship of the Lecture Series His favorite sports include sailing, Committee.
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 Saltonstall family - TheBestLinks.com - Harvard University, Massachusetts, U.S. state, Salem Witch Trials, ...
Saltonstall family - TheBestLinks.com - Harvard University, Massachusetts, U.S. state, Salem Witch Trials,...
Saltonstall family, Harvard University, Massachusetts, U.S. state, Salem Witch...
The Saltonstall family is a Boston Brahmin family from the U.S. state of Massachusetts, notable for having had a family member attend Harvard University from every generation since Nathaniel Saltonstall—later one of the more principled judges at the Salem Witch Trials—graduated in 1659.
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 Emily Byrd, former WAVE who raised four sons; at 85 - The Boston Globe
Emily (Saltonstall) Byrd nonetheless remained a shy, modest woman who raised four sons on her own and was handy with a hammer and nails.
She was the daughter of one-time governor and US Senator Leverett Saltonstall and the former daughter-in-law of North Pole explorer Admiral Richard E. Byrd.
She was born in Boston, one of six children of Leverett and Alice (Wesselhoeft) Saltonstall.
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 GOP icons lament party's drift, head for other side - The Boston Globe
Saltonstall, who lives in Manchester-by-the-Sea, served as a cohost at a Patrick fund-raiser last month in Danvers and helped raise $200,000.
Saltonstall, whose father, Leverett Saltonstall, was a Republican governor and US senator, said he believes state Republicans have drifted from the fiscal conservatism that helped define the party for most of the last century.
Like Phillips, Saltonstall said his decision to vote Democratic also was swayed by dissatisfaction with national Republican politics.
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 Cape Cod Times: Holborn, Martin, Moore, Keith, Saltonstall, Kennedy: (May 2, 1999)
By 1959, Saltonstall and Sen. John F. Kennedy had appointed staffs to play an active role in the formation of the seashore.
The team of Kennedy and Saltonstall was "unbeatable," Moore said, and were backed by the Park Service, state officials and conservationists on and off the Cape.
Saltonstall, during Congressional hearings that year, called the proposed park a "dedication to the spiritual replenishment of modern man." The bill stalled in 1960, though hearings continued and Kennedy was elected president.
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 This Just In | PICKING PORTRAITS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The day after receiving the dreadful news, Saltonstall appeared on Boston Common to honor a young Marine who was missing in action and to present to his mother her son’s decorations.
In 1954, Saltonstall was the only Republican leader in the Senate who voted to censure Senator Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin.
Although he could have easily won re-election in 1966, Saltonstall stepped aside to support the candidacy of the Commonwealth’s attorney general, Edward Brooke, who went on to be elected the first fl senator since the days of Reconstruction.
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 The Harvard Crimson :: News :: A Lively Corpse
Sen. Saltonstall and John Volpe, the GOP candidate for Governor, met Nixon at the airport.
Saltonstall and Nixon posed for a picture with arms slung over each other's shoulders, while Volpe, who could go down in history as the Commonwealth's shortest Governor, jumped and craned his neck behind them.
Saltonstall still seemed to be amazingly popular with Bostonians, although it is hard to say why.
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 Books & Media about Leverett, MA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Papers of Leverett Saltonstall, 1816-1845: 1831 June 1840 (Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Vol 83)
The Papers of Leverett Saltonstall, 1816-1845 (Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Vol 85)
A history of Leverett, Massachusetts,: Together with a genealogy of its early inhabitants, (CRS report for Congress)
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 modern.htm
Leverett, who was the son of Senator Leverett Saltonstall of Massachusetts, passed away in the 1960s.
In 1994, Connie was diagnosed with cancer and, before her death that same year, requested that her estate be used to create a foundation for artists and writers.
The Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts and the Arts Colony was established in 1995.
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 Amazon.com: leverett: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Address of his excellency Leverett Saltonstall to the two branches of the legislature of Massachusetts, January 2, 1941 by Leverett Saltonstall (Unknown Binding - 1941)
Leverett, Massachusetts by Forrest Glazier Briggs (Unknown Binding - 1974)
A genealogical sketch of the family of Lieutenant Thomas Leverett of the Lunenburg County, Virginia, Militia, ca.
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