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Judge Jonathan Corwin House (1642), Salem, MA.,It is now also known as The Witch House as it was home to Judge Jonathan Corwin who served on the Court of Oyer & Terminer,which ultimately sent 19 to the gallows. It is the only structure in Salem with direct ties to the Witch Trials of 1692. Sad but interesting.
Joe Brown was a Black patriot from Marblehead, MA. He served in t John Glover's Marblehead regiment. This was the regiment that rescued the American army that was trapped in Brooklyn, by ferrying the entire force to Manhatten. It was also the Glover regiment that ferried the American army across the Delaware River to atack the Hessian troops stationed in Trenton. No Known photo of Joe Brown but his tavern still stands, his grave is in Old Burial Hill.