Robert Rantoul was one of Beverly’s most accomplished, dedicated, and interesting citizens.Rantoul was involved in a variety of social organizations in Beverly and held multiple political positions as well. He served in the town militia and eventually became Captain of the Light Infantry Company of Beverly from 1805 to 1809. He acted as Overseer of the Poor for over fifty years. He was Parish Clerk of the First Parish Church and deacon of the First Church for forty-six years.
Join us for a fun afternoon walking tour of Robert Rantoul’s Beverly. During this walking tour we will explore the life, times, and places that were relevant to Rantoul. We will also explore his deep roots in Beverly history. Tour is 1.5 miles
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$10; tickets available here until November 14, 9:00 am.
Free for members; register here by November 14, 9:00 am.
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