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By the time of the American Revolution, colonial Weymouth had a population of approximately 1,400.

The town was graced by simple houses and churches that were wooden replicas of the brick and stone architecture of European origin.

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Jacob Piatt Dunn, a diligent scholar of the word, believes a Saxon beginning, and such a meaning survives in various place names in England.

There is some sense in the notion, too, that those who applied the insult and those to whom it was applied (and who understood it) came primarily from British stock.

The Town of Weymouth is the second oldest township in the Commonwealth, dating to1622 when it was founded as “Wessagusset.” Renamed Weymouth in 1635, the town was boosted in that year by the arrival of 100 settlers from its namesake in England.

The early settlement was incorporated into the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and slowly grew as a fishing and agricultural community.