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May 09, 1. ILLEGITIMATE BIRTHS IN GLOUCESTER, MA, – The term “illegitimacy” is derived from the Latin illegitimus, meaning “not in accordance with the law.” A child is considered illegitimate when it is conceived and born outside of the regulatory sanctions of. Gloucester Archives is the repository of the town and City municipal records.

The department contains one of the most complete collections of municipal records in the U.S., beginning before the town's incorporation. The documents cover many different areas, including but not limited to: These documents are housed in the Town and City.

American holly (Ilex opaca) is a long-living, pyramidal, broad-leaved, evergreen tree that ranges in height from 25 to 60 feet with dark green leaves and stiff, horizontal new growth in the spring pushes off the older leaves. Bright red berries ripen in October and persist through the winter (both male and female trees are necessary for cross pollination and berry production).

Native and introduced/cultivated trees that occur in Massachusetts according to The Sibley Guide to Trees. In addition to rare or endangered species, old growth forests estimated over years, may be found throughout theacres set aside in Massachusetts' 34 forests. Not only are some of the forests old, but they hold some very large trees. In fact, the sugar maple, northern red oak, and hophornbeam National Champion trees reside in the state.

Acer buergerianum, trident maple, Zones Winged seeds (samaras) ripen in the fall and are often very abundantly produced. Ampelopsis brevipedunculata, porcelain berry vine, Zones Fascinating autumn berries change from green, to turquoise, to lilac, to purple, and finally to blue as they mature.

trees. Small, white, sticky berries cluster close to the stalks. Plum Prunus domestica Frequent in hedges, often near houses, Wild Plum can have yellowish/green (Greengage) or the more traditional purple, egg-shaped, familiar delicious fruit.

Raspberry Rubus idaeus Less of a thug than its relative the.