The Saltbox house built by Priscilla and William Allen about 1672 in Spring Hill, demolished after the death of Alden Allen in 1858.

By Kaethe Maguire

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2 Responses to The Saltbox house built by Priscilla and William Allen about 1672 in Spring Hill, demolished after the death of Alden Allen in 1858.

  1. Roger Gamache says:

    Where exactly was George Allen’s original house? I know it was on Spring Hill Rd. George is my 11th ggf . Was it next to the Meeting House?

    • Webmaster Don says:

      My 9th great grand father. It was in Spring Hill and I think not far from the QMH oldest burial ground. Yes, near the Meeting house. Altho he arrived here as an Anabaptist, his whole family took on Society of Friends. And of course son William’s house was an original meeting place of quakers.
      –Response by Kaethe Maguire

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