Biographical Sketch of Solomon Piper
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Solomon Piper, great-grandson of Nathaniel, who came from England, and settled in Ipswich, Mass., was a soldier in the Revolution, and a native of Concord, Mass. He married Susannah Pratt, of Greenwich, Mass., and reared a family of twelve children, only one of whom is now living His son, Rufus, married Anna Gowing, of Dublin, and had three children, all now living. His youngest son, Henry C., was twice married, first to Maria e. Perry, and second to Harriet e., daughter of Calvin and Elvira W. Stone. of Marlboro, and has two children now living. He resides upon a farm on road 12 in this town- His brother, James g., was also twice married, first to Abigail Clifford, of Edgecomb, Me., second to Eliza, daughter of John and Charlotte Batchelder, of Boston, Mass., and has three children. He occupies a farm on road 12, the first settler of which was William Greenwood, who located there in 1765.