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As I’ve only recently (A.D. 2002) been learning, we have an amazing confluence of family historical treasure in and around the community of Carlisle, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Beginning around 1650 and continuing for a hundred years, at least five of our direct ancestors built their homesteads within a couple of miles of each other, in the adjoining outskirts of Acton, Concord, and Billerica. The tiny red asterisk and gold oval in the middle of this map mark the cluster; watch them grow as we zoom in.

Others of our kin, including at least sixteen direct ancestors and our connections to Plantagenet royalty, left various marks and memories in what is now Carlisle, a pricey rural-flavored suburb in Middlesex County, on the far northern edge of Boston’s “Metro West.”
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