Tag Archives: Massachusetts

Stonehenge? Wrong Amesbury, but These Stones Could be Historic.

I recently unearthed granite slabs that look as if they may have come from the abutment of a bridge.  Most are in the shape of a pentagon and  slightly decrease  in size from one to another, as if they where stacked at one time.  They measure approximately  5′ x 2′ 6″ x 2′.  I found around […]

Eclectic Designs …….. A Bit of Inspiration

A History of the Name “Amesbury” (1637 – 2013)

In 1637, the first English settler in the region was John Bayley who crossed the Merrimack River from Newbury, built a log cabin, and began to clear the land for cultivation. On September 6, 1638, the General Court of Massachusetts created a plantation on the left bank of the Merrimack, north to Hampton, on behalf […]