Belchertown Branch: 4 Daniel Shays
Highway (Routes 9 & 202)
The rebellion quickly died out, with most of the leaders, including Daniel Shays
(who merely commanded the largest regiment), fleeing to Vermont.
In 1786, three years after the treaty of peace was signed, there was a rebellion of farmers in western Massachusetts, led by Captain Daniel Shays
, a veteran of the war.
1-31, residents are encouraged to drop off nonperishable food items, toiletries and paper goods at any North Brookfield Savings Bank branch: 9 Gilbert St., North Brookfield; 100 West Main St., East Brookfield; 128 West Main St., West Brookfield; 40 Main St., Ware; 4 Daniel Shays
Highway (Routes 9 and 202), Belchertown; 1051 Thorndike St., Palmer; and, 2060 Main St., Three Rivers.
History knows a great deal about Daniel Shays
, the former Army captain who lends his name to a rebellion in Western and Central Massachusetts.
Quabbin Valley Healthcare, 821 Daniel Shays
failed to capture an arsenal at Springfield, Mass.
Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.There are no calling hours.In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Patients Activities Fund, Quabbin Valley Healthcare, 821 Daniel Shays
Highway, Athol, MA 01331 or to St Vincent de Paul Fund, Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, 52 Spruce Street, Winchendon, MA 01475.Stone-Ladeau Funeral Home, 343 Central Street is directing arrangements.www.stone-ladeau.com
The run will head down Exchange Street to Carbon Street, South Athol Road, Partridgeville Road, Coolidge Street, Daniel Shays
Highway, South Main Street and Main Street, ending back at Veterans Park.
The branch, located at 4 Daniel Shays
Highway, accommodates a local team of experienced business, mortgage, consumer and deposit banking professionals.Stephen Quink serves as vice president and commercial loan officer at the full-service Belchertown branch.
Rudnitsky said they pulled into the lead halfway between the South Main Street and Daniel Shays
Hopkinton native Daniel Shays
, who later lived in Brookfield, was a Revolutionary War hero who had fought at Bunker Hill, Lexington and Saratoga, even receiving a ceremonial sword from Gen.