Previous to this, the earliest-known use of the phrase occurred in the pamphlet, "Ye Slaves," written by George Milford
and published in December, 1912.
The sexton stood in the porch of Milford meeting-house, pulling busily at the bell-rope.
That night, the handsomest couple in Milford village were to be joined in wedlock.
The next day, the whole village of Milford talked of little else than Parson Hooper's black veil.
"But I learned how to make the long shoot from old Hob Miller of Milford
." He took up a great black bow, as he spoke, and sitting down upon the ground he placed his two feet on either end of the stave.
But we got at last into Milford
Haven, in Wales, where, though it was remote from our port, yet having my foot safe upon the firm ground of my native country, the isle of Britain, I resolved to venture it no more upon the waters, which had been so terrible to me; so getting my clothes and money on shore, with my bills of loading and other papers, I resolved to come for London, and leave the ship to get to her port as she could; the port whither she was bound was to Bristol, where my brother's chief correspondent lived.
("Independent") to acquire MNB Bancorp and Rockland Trust to acquire Milford
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 1, 2018-Rockland Trust to Acquire Milford
National Bank in Cash/Stock Transaction
Target: MNB Bancorp, The Milford
National Bank and Trust Company
Independent Bank Corp., parent of Rockland Trust Company, and MNB Bancorp, parent of The Milford
National Bank and Trust Company, have signed a definitive merger agreement for Independent Bank Corp.
AssetCRG's Mark Kandkhorov and Michelle Abramov represented RJ Milford
LLC in its 1031 purchase of Milford
Square in Milford
Maurice Cooke was only 20 years old when his Wellington bomber aeroplane crashed into Milford
Haven docks in July 1942.