1931Harriet M. (Freeman) Johnson, the last of the Freeman family to live in Gloucester died and Freeman House was sold.People and Communities, African American History, Notable People

Freeman House, 302 Essex Avenue, c. 1900. Herman W. Spooner, Cape Ann Museum Library & Archives, Photo 01504
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Harriet Johnson died at 81 years old on July 20, 1931, and left no relatives. She was a member of the West Gloucester Universalist church and attended Bray School as a child.

The Freeman family resided at 210 Magnolia Avenue in West Gloucester.

Gloucester Daily Times. “Last Descendant of Freeman Family Dead.” July 21, 1931, Vol. 66 No. 13758 edition. https://sawyer.advantage-preservation.com/.
Gloucester Daily Times. “Last Descendant of Freeman Family Dead.” July 21, 1931, Vol. 66 No. 13758 edition. https://sawyer.advantage-preservation.com/.
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