Join descendants of Beverly’s 17th century families, and others interested in history, for a variety of programs, networking and research opportunities. Learn about your ancestors, enjoy Beverly’s rich heritage, and have some fun! Families represented include: Conant, Dodge, Haskell, Herrick, Larcom, Patch, Standley, Trask and many others. OPR final program 2018 Contact 978-922-1186 x204 or […]
A testament to Yankee ingenuity and resourcefulness, Beverly’s own Israel Trask gained national attention for his development of brittaniaware. Stop by to learn about Trask and his unique craftsmanship methods. Spotlights are 15 minutes long and free with admission. Available remotely through Zoom; watch from anywhere here.
Join us for our biennial event! We’ve had to make changes to follow public health guidelines, so all programs will be available virtually, with an in-person option if possible. Friday, September 25 10:00 am First Parish Church Archives Historic Beverly has acquired these extraordinary materials, which include many early vital records. Church historian Charles Wainwright […]
Looking forward to seeing everyone in person this year, for our biennial gathering of descendants of Beverly's early settlers and everyone that loves colonial history. Final program and registration form Thursday, September 29 7:00 pm New Wayfinding Map of Abbott Street Cemetery Audrey Aristeo spent a year constructing an accurate, up-to-date inventory and new wayfinding […]