While looking at Vol. VIII (1904) of the Essex Antiquarian, I found this map which mentioned a Henry Lunt receiving land in Salem from Francis Skerry (see page 158). Looking at the Lunt book, this is Henry the son of John who was the son of Henry and Ann (see #20 on page 8).
Massey's cove. Sidney considered that this is where Conant and his crew came into Naumkeag after leaving the Gloucester (Cape Ann) area.
Remarks: Modified: 12/14/2019
05/17/2019 -- Sidney's scope was the whole of Essex County. We will tie together post related to his work: Massey's Cove.
05/23/2019 -- It was following up on this information that we saw a problem on a findagrave record that needed attention. Then, we spent about four days looking at the Blakes; now, it's time to write a post. Go to WikiTree (John Blake and find profiles of some of his children and a biography in progress). Alpheus had a sister Caroline whose husband became a veteran of the Civil War. We have linked his grave record to the record of his wife (which points to WikiTree as the focus for continuing work).
12/14/2019 -- As we know, next year will be Plymouth everywhere. Gloucester has started their 400th planning (2023); Salem just threw its hat in the planning ring (2026).