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Books by Ms. Phyllis

Colonial America is one of the most interesting parts of American history. Ms. Phyllis invites you to dive into a historical adventure as you read her fictional books. Discover more details about her books and contact Frankland Museum to get your own copy.

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Colonial America is one of the most interesting parts of American history. Ms. Phyllis invites you to delve into the historical adventure as you read her non-fictional books. Discover more details about her books and contact Frankland Museum to get your own copy.

Sir Harry & Lady Frankland of Boston 

In the autumn of 1742, Sir Harry Frankland, Boston’s recently arrived Royal Custom’s Collector, traveled to the seaport town of Marblehead, Massachusetts to oversee the construction of Fort Sewall.


One day, he stopped at the Old Fountain Inn for ale. There, he met Agnes Surriage, a beautiful 16-year-old servant girl. Thus began one of Colonial America’s most enchanted romances.


Come travel back three centuries ago to experience the trials and victories of the hero and heroine through their social exile…sharing a world said to have been in perfect harmony.


The author invites you to journey through this timeless tale between the English Baronet, Sir Harry Frankland, and the fisherman’s daughter of Marblehead, Lady Agnes Surriage-Frankland.

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Other Books by Ms. Phyllis


  • Marblehead Cove
  • Roses and Lavender
  • The Frankland Exhibition (Journal)
  • The Rose Tales

Frankland Sites Along Boston’s Freedom Trail 

  • The former site of Garden Court Mansion (Corner of Prince Street and North Square)
  • Tileston Street (North End of Boston)
  • King’s Chapel (Tremont Street)
  • Bunch of Grapes Tavern (Plaque at Kilby Street)
  • The Old State House (Frankland’s Collector’s Office)

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