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Isaac Winslow House, Marshfield, Massachusetts, circa 1699

Winslow House in Marshfield. Gorgeous grounds and gardens. Large catering kitchen and rustic interior rooms offer unique options for all types of events. Tents allowed for larger functions.

Marshfield Fair! Its not what it used to be; but I'll never forget watching fireworks from my house

Isaac Winslow House, Marshfield, MA || BC Tent || kat hanafin photography

House of the Seven Gables (also known as the Turner House) is a 1668 colonial mansion in Salem, Massachusetts. The Nathaniel Hawthorne Birthplace is now immediately adjacent to the House of Seven Gables, and also covered by the admission fee. Within five minutes walking distance is the Salem Maritime Historic Site, 9 acres and 12 historic structures along the waterfront, in Salem Harbor, Salem, Massachusetts.

1699 Historic Winslow House & Cultural Center - Marshfield, Massachusetts

Marshfield, MA on the side of town with no marshes. Loos like Humarock Beach, but could be Rexhame.

The first arrest of a the Kenelm Winslow house in Marshfield....on Winslow Street in Rexhame, at the corner of Kenelm Drive. At the time, the house was owned by a descendant, Kenelm Winslow, who was then a Marshfield Selectman. It is not known who was arrested in the house. However, Kenelm's brother Joseph Winslow, who had also grown up in the house, was a tea importer in Boston. NOTE: MACRIS report "it appears that the house dates sometime around the mid- to late 18th century."

Marshfield, Massachusetts (my MA hometown)