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The General Artemus Ward School, Shrewsbury, Mass.

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The London of the time of William Ward's emigration

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The type of ship which carried William Ward and his family across the ocean

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The "house-lots" of the founders of Sudbury, Mass., placed upon a modern map of Wayland, Mass.

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The contract for the construction of Sudbury's first Meeting-house --William Ward one of the signers

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Along the "Old Indian Trail," only a few minutes walk from the site of the house-lot of William Ward, his home from 1638 to 1661

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A modern map of the center of Marlborough, Mass., showing the site of the dwelling erected by William ward in 1660

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Marlborough's preparations during King Philip's War

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Mount Ward, between Marlborough and Sudbury, Mass.

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The Pioneer Memorial Pier, on the Boston - New York route through Marlborough, Mass.

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The southerly view of the Pioneer Memorial Pier

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The William Ward - Elizabeth Ward monument in Spring Hill Cemetery

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General Artemus Ward, the first Commander-in-Chief of the American Revolution

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The granite marker of the Artemas Ward House, Shrewsbury, Mass., on the Boston - Worcester highway

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The Artemas Ward Annex to the Howe Memorial Library, Shrewsbury, Mass.

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The General Ward tablet in the main vestibule of the Congregational Church, Shrewsbury, Mass.

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The Ward tablet in the wall of the New England Historic Genealogy Society building, Boston

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Artemas Ward, a noted lawyer and judge, son of General Artemas Ward

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Andrew H. Ward, Compiler of the "Ward Family," published in 1851

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Nahum Ward, an early settler of Marietta, O., and one of its largest land operators

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James Otis Ward, a prominent ship - owner, founder of the shipping business from which developed the "Ward Line" and the "Cuban Mail S. S. Line"

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William Hayes Ward, many years editor of "The Independent" and a distinguished Assyriologist

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Artemas Ward, publisher of this Genealogy

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Joseph Ward, one of the founders of the State of South Dakota; the founder and first president of Yankton College, Yankton, S. D.


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