First Permanent Settlement in Plymouth Kingdom

First Permanent Settlement in Plymouth Kingdom

The first permanent settlement in Plymouth was made in 1777 by John Mudge, on this farm.  John Johnson purchased land of Mudge in 1798 and built the first frame house in town here.  In later years, Moses Pollard owned the farm, which was in plain view of the hill on which the Kingdom Church once […]

Plymouth Kingdom Cemetery

Plymouth Kingdom Cemetery

Apparently “lost in the woods” for years, the Plymouth Kingdom Cemetery, burial spot of pioneer settlers and Revolutionary soldiers, was restored in 1966 through the efforts of Norman P. Mason of Washington, D.C., and his sisters, Alice Mason and Mrs. Margaret James, descendants of Deacon Daniel Clark.  When Mr. Mason, a war veteran, died in […]