MARKING ( On Front / Along the Base )
THE JOHN HUMPHREY HOUSE, SWAMPSCOTT, MASS
John Humphrey (1597-1661)
was an early Englishman to colonization of North America.
He was the deputy governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
from 1629 to 1630.
About 20,000 people migrated to New England for religious freedom.
The colony's population was strongly Puritan.
The colony, today, would be part of Massachusetts, Maine,
New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
He returned to England in 1641 after financial difficulties
and religious differences with other members of the colony.
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