The Lower Green

The Lower Green is just across the Parker River on Rt. 1A. It was cleared for pasture, a school and became the center of the civic life in the early years.

The Lower Green has a memorial  to the first settlers.

The inscription reads: “To the Men and Women Who Settled in Newbury From 1635 to 1650 and Founded Its Municipal, Social, and Religious Life This Monument is Dedicated, 1903.”

The inscription reads: “To the Men and Women Who Settled in Newbury From 1635 to 1650 and Founded Its Municipal, Social, and Religious Life This Monument is Dedicated, 1903.”

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One Response to The Lower Green

  1. Mark Dube says:

    My wifes family name is Noyes. I am looking a family crest I can print out to pull on the cover of her christmas present album I am making. Can any one help me?
    I have seen that it could cost $30+, but I really just want the one image.
    Thanks

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