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The Ferry District was one of Amesbury’s earliest settlements, dating from the 17th century.The house bears a plaque reading, Theophilus Foot, 1692, while another source refers to the house as the Blaisdell-Woodman house.Benjamin Abbot (1661-1703) was the 8th child of George, an original grantee.



A complex house of three major periods, the Foster House contains a two story First Period core of three bays with irregular fenestration on the east side, now without the chimney at the south end.

This house, along with the Benjamin Abbot and Ballard-Foster houses, are situated in what was once known as “Happy Hollow”.


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