Nancy Virginia Weare passed away in Exeter on December 12 of this year at the age of 92. She taught at the Brown School in Newburyport for 17 years. She spent 33 years at her family’s summer camp was at Plum Island, and after the Parker River Wildlife Refuge was established, she moved to a home on Great Neck in Ipswich overlooking Plum Island.

Nancy was a member of The Ipswich Historical Society, The Museum of Old Newbury, The Maritime Museum, The Sons and Daughters of Old Newbury, and The Friends of Plum Island Light.

In 1993, after Nancy retired, she wrote “Plum Island: The Way It Was.” Her second book was “Anne Bradstreet America’s First Poet Selections From Her Works.”

Both books are out of print but used copies are still available through Amazon.

The Northern End of Plum Island - Nancy Virginia Weare spent 33 years at her family’s summer camp was at Plum Island. After the Parker River Wildlife Refuge was established, she moved to a home on Great Neck in Ipswich overlooking Plum Island. In 1993, after Nancy retired, she wrote “Plum Island: The Way It Was.” Nancy Weare passed away in December, 2017. The […]
Plum Island, the Way it Was, by nancy V. Weare The Early History of Plum Island - Nancy Virginia Weare spent 33 years at her family’s summer camp was at Plum Island. After the Parker River Wildlife Refuge was established, she moved to a home on Great Neck in Ipswich overlooking Plum Island. Nancy was a member of The Ipswich Historical Society, The Museum of Old Newbury, The Maritime Museum, The Sons and […]

300 years on Grape Island - Grape Island is a part of the town of Ipswich that was once a small, but thriving community of fishermen, farmers, and clam diggers. There was an abundance of farmland, fish and fowl for the people who lived on this narrow, isolated strip of land.
 

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