Plymouth: Historic Document Looks At Wounded Veterans’ Care

The Plymouth County Registry of Deeds will display a historic record on display this Friday, May 31st in honor of Memorial Day.

It’s a declaration by the courts of 1636, is one of the first documents to state that “any man that shall be sent forth as a solider and returned ‘maimed’ will be maintained competently by the colony for his whole life …”


That was the Register of Deeds, John Buckley. Buckley says they select various records to be brought out monthly from their climate controlled vaults, so the public can view them.


The document will be on display Friday, May, 31st from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds (second floor), 50 Obery St. in Plymouth.

Ward in the Carver General Hospital in D.C. Photo Credit:

Ward in the Carver General Hospital in D.C. Photo Credit:


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Dan McCready is a South Shore native who’s happy to be back working in his home region. After graduating from Catholic Memorial High School, GO KNIGHTS! Dan attended Suffolk University where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Communications. After college Dan worked as a standup comic and actor appearing in several theatrical productions, independent films, and worked as a background extra in films and TV shows including Fever Pitch, Underdog, and Brotherhood while also working as a weekend overnight DJ on Easy 99.1. Eventually Dan began covering the Boston entertainment scene for Production Live Online and, after being bit by the journalism bug, decided to further his studies at Northeastern University, where he earned his master's degree. Since that time Dan has worked across many media platforms for organizations including the Patriot Ledger, Cape Cod Broadcasting, and 1420 WBSM in New Bedford. Dan is currently residing in Milton and enjoys hanging out with friends, candlepin bowling, playing video games, and making videos for his fledgling YouTube Channel.