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  Marblehead MA!
In Marblehead, one doesn't just reflect on the town's historic past - they live it every day.
The Marblehead Recreation and Parks Department would like residents to know that the ice on all local ponds is very thin and not safe for skating.
Marblehead with 993 pledges to change a total of 4,262 light bulbs compared to Swampscott with 656 pledges to change 2,401 lightbulbs.
www.marblehead.org   (350 words)

  
 Marblehead, Massachusetts Bed and Breakfast - Marblehead B&B from Pamela Lanier
Marblehead, MA Fox Pond is considered one of the North Shore's most romantic hideaways.
Marblehead, MA Located in the heart of Old Town Marblehead, the Inn offers quick access to the harbor, shops and galleries, historic homes and a variety of restaurants.
Marblehead, MA A private cove with endless beats of waves upon a pebbled shore...ocean views, private decks and tubs to soak the world away while listening to the breeze.
www.lanierbb.com /marblehead-massachusetts-bed-breakfast.html   (330 words)

  
 Marblehead Magazine: Selectmen's Roster 1648 to ....
Marblehead, Illinois, is conscious of its history, just as Marblehead, Massachusetts, is of its history.
Board received aid from Marblehead, Massachusetts, residents which was of great help to her.
All mail to Marblehead is now addressed "Rural Route 5, Quincy, IL 62301." Another well-known resident was Sally Wittland who collected the utility bills in town.
www.legendinc.com /Pages/MarbleheadNet/MM/Articles/MarbleheadIllinois.html   (1300 words)

  
 Directions to Marblehead Massachusetts (MA)
Marblehead is a prominent land-outcropping between Gloucester and Boston (thus the "head").
At the mark, turn to a course of 30º for 2.7 NM to the midpoint between Marblehead Rock and the RG Marblehead channel marker.
Turn to a course of 283º for 3.47 NM, honoring the channel markers, to the Marblehead Channel RG marker.
www.marbleheadchamber.org /directions.html   (382 words)

  
 Marblehead, MA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Marblehead boasts the title, "Birthplace of the American Navy" because her fishing and trade fleet provided the core of the country’s first navy.
The 'Hannah' built and manned in Marblehead was commissioned by George Washington as the first US naval Vessel.
It’s been said that Marblehead maintained its historic colonial houses and winding streets because, just as the town was enjoying prosperity and on the verge of building larger homes, the townspeople were called to war, dedicating their resources to the causes of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and to the Civil War.
www.barnettrading.com /marblehead   (339 words)

  
 Marblehead, Massachusetts, MA, real estate
Marblehead Massachusetts, is a picturesque seacoast town steeped in history.
A day trip to one of Massachusetts’ beautiful beaches or islands is easily accessible from any part of the state, as is a trip to the Berkshires in the western part of the state.
Government: The capital of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is Boston, situated on the Atlantic Ocean on the eastern border of the state.
www.marbleheadmarealestate.com   (864 words)

  
 Getaway Guides: Marblehead, Massachusetts: Lodging, Dining and Diversions
Founded in 1629 and apparently named for all the rocky (not marble) ledges upon which it grew without regard for 20th-century traffic needs, Marblehead was one of the earliest and richest settlements in America.
The fact that Marblehead is rather isolated and so difficult for visitors to navigate is both its bane and its charm.
Sailors have long been lured to Marblehead, which claims to be the birthplace of the American Navy and now the yachting capital of the nation.
www.getawayguides.com /massachusetts/marblehead/marblehead.htm   (598 words)

  
 Homepage - Marblehead Reporter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Marblehead Dog Park Committee is looking add School Department land to a proposed dog-walking park on land owned by the Recreation, Parks and Forestry Department adjacent to Reynolds Playground and the Charter School.
Years of friendship between a young Marblehead boy and the town’s fire department led to a $6,000 donation, which the department will use to purchase a new notebook computer for Engine 1.
Though the students and their families may not have physically placed any of the bricks, they were definitely a part of the effort that resulted in the newly expanded Tower School.
www.townonline.com /marblehead   (1013 words)

  
 Colonial History of Marblehead, Massachusetts
Colonial Marblehead was part of a complex and flourishing mercantile economy.
During the 1700s, the number of colonial vessels plying the waves between Marblehead and the West Indies, Europe, and other English colonies was remarkable.
In the 1760s - heady and prosperous years just prior to the American Revolution - Marblehead was among the ten largest towns in the colonies, with a population of nearly 5,000 (Boston had 16,000 residents).
www.visitmarblehead.com /pages/history_Colonial.asp   (350 words)

  
 Marblehead, MA Travel Guide, New England Yachting Capital, 17 Miles North of Boston
Just 17 miles north of Boston, Marblehead is home to the most majestic and beautiful harbor on the eastern seaboard, and is an art and cultural center, north of Boston.
Steeped in History, Marblehead is alive with over 200 homes and buildings that predate the Revolutionary War.
The Marblehead Chamber of Commerce would like to thank photographers Ulrike Welsh (you can get a personalized book here), Joseph Puleo, Jeff Folger, Charlie Lipson, Herb Goldberg and Marblehead Photos for generously donating photographs you see on this Web site.
www.visitmarblehead.com /index.asp   (491 words)

  
 Marblehead, Massachusetts
Marblehead, Massachusetts is 6 miles NE of Lynn, Massachusetts and 14 miles NE of Boston, Massachusetts.
Marblehead is one of the richer towns in Massachusetts.
Among Marblehead political contributors, John Kerry was favored among Presidential candidates in 2004, with $154,450.
www.citytowninfo.com /places/massachusetts/Marblehead   (397 words)

  
 Marblehead Sailing School and Sailboat Charters offers crewed sailing charters and learn to sail instruction as well as ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Marblehead Sailing School and Sailboat Charters offers crewed sailing charters and learn to sail instruction as well as private sailing lessons on the beautiful coastal Atlantic waters north of Boston.
Sail Marblehead Inc. is a commuting based non-profit sailing school dedicated to promoting sailing education and environmental awareness.
Friends Of Sail Marblehead The mission of Friends of Sail Marblehead is for a group of dedicated volunteers to assist Sail Marblehead, a not-for-profit organization, in acheiving it's goal of providing training and education in sailing, seamanship and boating safety in one of the icest areas for sailing in the United States.
www.marbleheadsailing.com   (250 words)

  
 Marblehead bed and breakfast & inns. Find the perfect Marblehead B&B lodging on BedandBreakfast.com.
Arbor House - Marblehead, MA On a picturesque lane that winds along the Atlantic ocean, Arbor House’s single suite bed and...
Oceanwatch - Marblehead, MA Oceanwatch is magnificently situated in Marblehead's historic old town and overlooks the entrance...
Brimblecomb Hill B&B - Marblehead, MA Built in 1721 (eleven years before George Washington was born!), Brimblecomb Hill B&B is a warm...
www.bedandbreakfast.com /marblehead-massachusetts.html   (380 words)

  
 Getaway Guides: Marblehead, Massachusetts: Diversions
We did ours just after daybreak, when all was still and many Marbleheaders were out walking their dogs and taking their morning constitutional.
The creaky main floor displays much Marblehead memorabilia; foremost is Archibald Willard’s famed “Spirit of ’76” painting, a larger-than-life piece made famous during the nation’s centenary celebration and now framed permanently against a red velvet backdrop in the selectmen’s meeting room here.
Linda Macdonald, a Marblehead mother of four, turned her hobby of designing unique products in clays and porcelains into a lucrative business.
www.getawayguides.com /massachusetts/marblehead/diversions.htm   (1540 words)

  
 Bed & Breakfast Marblehead MA Massachusetts Hotels Vacation Rentals Cabins
A light breakfast is served in the dining room, and the living room is the perfect place to relax, converse, or read.
, Overlooking Marblehead Harbour, this handsome bed and breakfast features a living room with a fireplace, a lovely sitting room, and a garden patio; two well appointed guestrooms are furnished with antiques and period wallpaper, and share a bath.
A generous Continental breakfast is served in the period dining room or on the summer breakfast porch.
www.discoverourtown.com /MA/Marblehead/Lodging-2623.html   (1428 words)

  
 Harbormasters.org - Marblehead Harbormaster Department
Marblehead Harbor, an established yachting and fishing community, has seen an increase in water activity.
It is one of the busiest harbors on the North Shore, with over 2,000 moorings located within its waters.
When needing float space, mooring provisions, medical services or any other assistance, they should call the "Marblehead Harbormaster" on VHF Channel 16, or the Harbormaster Office 781-631-2386.
www.harbormasters.org /cities/marblehead.shtml   (151 words)

  
 Marblehead Arts Association, Marblehead, Mass.
Twenty-two new Artist Members, juried into the Marblehead Arts Association in 2007, exhibit their diverse and exciting artwork throughout the King Hooper Mansion from January 6–28th.
The Marblehead Arts Association has grown into a creative community for both artists and art lovers since its founding in 1922.
Nearly half of the more than 550 members of the association are Artist Members — artists who have been screened by a jury and earned exhibition privileges and the right to sell their artwork in the MAA Gift Shop.
www.marbleheadarts.org   (367 words)

  
 SullivanTeam.com All MA Houses Condos Multi Family Homes Land For Sale Beverly Salem Danvers Peabody Marblehead ...
About Marblehead, MA A Brief History of Marblehead, MA Marblehead, Massachusetts is a town of 20,377, located 18 miles northeast of Boston in the beautiful North Shore area of the Bay State.
Marblehead was first settled in 1626, originating as a fishing village; it was incorporated as a town in 1649.
Marblehead is still known as the “Yachting Capitol of America.” Marblehead is also home to the painting “The Spirit of ‘76” by Archibald Willard — the painting is on display at Abbot Hall.
www.marbleheadhomes.biz   (391 words)

  
 Marblehead, Massachusetts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Webmail: Marblehead employees looking for your email please visit webmail.marblehead.com to access your account.
Marblehead.org is the official website of the Town of Marblehead.
This site was developed in 1994 by Marblehead High School students.
www.marblehead.com   (48 words)

  
 North Shore: Marblehead, MA | Massachusetts
North Shore: Marblehead, MA Preview: If you’ve visited the rugged coastlines of Devon and Cornwall in southwestern England you’ll understand why the first settlers in Marblehead felt at home there.
The Marblehead peninsula, with its unfriendly rocky ledges pounded by the sea, reminds us of that Devon beauty, though it is filled with houses and people rather than sheep and goats.
Marblehead has been on the edge of Boston suburbia for years, but somehow it has managed to keep its character intact.
www.trails.com /tcatalog_trail.asp?trailid=XHP005-013   (244 words)

  
 Marblehead Massachusetts Real Estate
In Marblehead, the average home price is $399,000, while prices range from $240,000 to $3,000,000.
In 1775, wealthy merchants supported the American Revolution by providing ships and funds for the cause of independence, and the town sent an entire regiment under the command of Colonel, then General, John Glover, who was highly respected by George Washington for his courage and abilities.
Today, Marblehead, Massachusetts is a year-round residential town, which offers access to its harbor, history, and hospitality through its yacht clubs, many historic buildings, enticing shops, fine restaurants, and charming bed and breakfasts.
www.relocate-america.com /states/MA/cities/marblehead.htm   (490 words)

  
 BORDC: Resolution Details - Marblehead, Massachusetts
WHEREAS the rights and liberties of the citizens and non-citizens of Marblehead protected by the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States Constitution and its Bill of rights are threatened by provisions of the USA Patriot Act, which authorize:
THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that the Town of Marblehead affirms the civil rights guaranteed to all of its citizens and residents by the Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution.
IT IS FINALLY RESOLVED that the Town Clerk communicate this resolution to the Massachusetts Congressional delegation, the Governor and Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Marblehead’s Chief of Police, the local U.S. Attorney's office, the local office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Massachusetts State Police.
www.bordc.org /detail.php?id=61   (364 words)

  
 Pheasant Hill Inn Bed & Breakfast, Marblehead, Massachusetts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Marblehead is a truly historic and attractive New England town.
And we say that our Marblehead is the birthplace of the American Navy because in 1775 General George Washington commissioned the great schooner Hannah, and the Hannah was owned and manned by Marbleheader's.
Travelers for pleasure and business alike relish the historic quality of Marblehead, its beautiful harbor and the rocky cliffs of its shoreline.
www.pheasanthill.com   (285 words)

  
 Marblehead Real Estate Agents, Marblehead Homes For Sale, REALTORS and Marblehead
HomeGain provides Marblehead, Massachusetts real estate information and resources to guide homeowners and homebuyers through the process of selling and buying a house, condo or other Marblehead realty property.
HomeGain has services to help you find a top Marblehead real estate broker or agent, get the value of your Marblehead home and a comparative market analysis (CMA), view Marblehead real estate and MLS listings, prepare your home for sale, and more.
Cuando se registre para encontrar un agente de bienes raices en Marblehead, simplemente indique que necesita un agente que habla Español.
www.homegain.com /local_real_estate/MA/marblehead.html   (467 words)

  
 THE SWETT FAMILY OF MARBLEHEAD, MASSACHUSETTS
The first Joseph Swett in Marblehead was born 28 November 1657 at Newbury, son of Stephen and Hannah (Merrill) Swett, and grandson of John Swett of Newbury.
sacrosanctae Caenae, in prima Christi Ecclesia apud Marblehead,
The Rev. John Barnard was chosen co-pastor to the aged Rev. Samuel Cheever on 10 February 1715, and was ordained pastor of Marblehead Church by Dr. Cotton Mather on 18 July 1718.
swett-genealogy.com /08Marblehead.html   (1583 words)

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