Here is a suggestion for Directions to Marshfield


Take LEFT on Bay Rd to 5 corners (Rt 106)

1. Take LEFT on 106 East all the way to RT 3 (you could also take 123 but that would make you go right thru Brockton)

2. Take Rt 3 North

3. Take Exit 11 –Rt 14 which goes to Rt 139 East

4. From 139 go 2.5miles (you will cross 3A) Webster St will be a Left off of Rt 139.

Or  from  495 South, take Rt 44 exit East. Go to the end of 44 and take Rt 3 North and follow the above directions:


4:30set up at Our Lady of Assumption (40 Canal St Marshfield, MA 02050-4206 (781) 837-3662)

When you see Webster St on left... In 0.5 miles OL of Assumption will be on your right, just at the intersection with 139 and Canal St.


…you may have better directions – it’s ok to use them. Really!! The goal is to be there on time.





FYI : Daniel Webster

Daniel Webster (January 18, 1782October 24, 1852), originally from N.H. was a leading American statesman during the nation's antebellum era. Webster first rose to regional prominence through his defense of New England shipping interests. His increasingly nationalistic views and the effectiveness with which he articulated them led Webster to become one of the most famous orators and influential Whig leaders of the Second Party System.

In 1836, Webster was one of three Whig Party candidates to run for the office of President, but he only managed to gain the support of Massachusetts. This was the first of three unsuccessful attempts at gaining the presidency. In 1839, the Whig Party nominated William Henry Harrison for president. Webster was offered the vice presidency, but he declined.

President Harrison appointed Webster to the post of Secretary of State in 1841,

He died on October 24, 1852 at his home in Marshfield, Massachusetts, after falling from his horse.