Etsy sellers promote their items through our paid advertising platform. 4 years - $40.00 1830:  The Essex Street Poor Farm was built, and rebuilt in 1917 after it burned down. MBTA Nantasket Junction Station … From Jackson Square, the very center of the village, four electric-car lines run to Hingham depot, Weymouth Heights and Quincy depots, South Weymouth depot and Braintree depot, where good connections can be made.”  In their advertisements in this program, advertisers listed their telephone numbers in a three digit format, sometimes followed by a letter if it was a multiple party line. 1669:  A tide mill was constructed around this time in the vicinity of Mill Cove, North Weymouth. What is now McDonald Keohane Funeral Home at the corner of Middle and Charles Streets in East Weymouth served as a Red Cross center.   France   |   English (US)   |   € (EUR), remembering account, browser, and regional preferences, remembering privacy and security settings, personalized search, content, and recommendations, helping sellers understand their audience, showing relevant, targeted ads on and off Etsy, remember your login, general, and regional preferences, personalize content, search, recommendations, and offers, to ensure that sellers understand their audience and can provide relevant ads. 1701-1800:  The old Plymouth Post Road, now Commercial Street, served as the main route through Weymouth. Many summer residences were razed. 12/31) – $65.00 Senior Citizen (Non-Res.) For the first 200 years of its existence, Weymouth had primarily been a fishing and agricultural community. 1906/1913:  The United States Naval Department acquired the land along the Hingham and Weymouth shores of the Back River for a naval supply base. 1929: Thirteen thousand dollars was appropriated for a memorial in the shape of a granite cross on the grounds of the Town Hall – The Cross of Gray. The Weymouth Drive-in Theater opened, located on the present site of Riverway Plaza on Bridge Street in North Weymouth. When measured by deaths per 1,000 citizens, it proved to be the deadliest war in United States history. Foursquare © 2020  Lovingly made in NYC, CHI, SEA & LA, "Private beach, fun beach aprties are held here! July 25, 1806:  Maria Weston Chapman was born in Weymouth. Nous avons à ce jour plus de 27 000 clients et nous avons vendus plus de 100 000 stickers muraux. 1836:  First Universalist Society of Weymouth was organized. Scenic Lookout. Tilden’s shipyard continued operations until 1848. Foursquare © 2020  Lovingly made in NYC, CHI, SEA & LA, "Every year around July 4th, the town of Weymouth conducts a celebration, complete with a large fireworks display, on the beach. 1651:  The Town of Weymouth voted to pay ten pounds for six months of schooling for Weymouth children. Its northern terminus was its junction with the Weymouth and Braintree Turnpike (now known as Route 53). Over 30 million people and 80,000 square miles were left without electricity for up to 13 hours. 1820:  According to the federal census the population of Weymouth was 2,407. February 25, 1676:  Weymouth was attacked by Indians who then burned down their houses. Massachusetts Bay Colony (which included Weymouth) joined with the colonies of Plymouth, New Haven, and Connecticut to form The United Colonies of New England (also known as the New England Confederation). The title to the town was purchased from the native population. 1897/1898:  A high school building was constructed and served Weymouth in various capacities for more than seventy years. Weymouth rejected the offer to build factories in North Weymouth. 1938:  The First Universalist Church in Weymouth Landing was destroyed by fire. 1751:  The North Meeting House, built in 1682, was used to store gunpowder which burned that year. Notre société est basée en France et existe depuis 2014. 1884:  The largest schooner built in Weymouth, The Haroldine, was launched from Nathaniel Porter Keene’s shipyard in North Weymouth. 1966:  L/Cpl James H. Cavicchi Jr., USM and Pfc Richard J. Canova, USM, both from Weymouth, lost their lives in Vietnam. – N/C. You've already signed up for some newsletters, but you haven't confirmed your address. Nous proposons tous types de stickers messages, pour convenir à toutes les envies. Please be respectful of neighbors and do not block driveways or park illegally on the street. Nous proposons une gamme étendue de stickers pour égayer vos murs. The Weymouth Historical Commission was formed by the Board of Selectmen. 1900:  According to the federal census Weymouth’s population was 11,324. Accredited to: Massachusetts. 1923:  The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, who later became President William Howard Taft visited Weymouth to dedicate a tablet on Great Hill commemorating the 300th anniversary of Miles Standish’s fight with the Indians. 2017:  The new Fore River Bridge opens to all lanes of traffic. The federal census indicated that Weymouth’s population was 2,839. Weymouth Food Pantry celebrated its 25th anniversary. 1862:  The first regularly employed superintendent of schools was appointed. Yes!