Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Samuel Kendall” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 3.:
...k bridge, or have liberty of a landing-place at the river.
And Reading voted to try to get clear of mending Mistick bridge in future.
In 1725 the town of Charlestown sold to Aaron Cleveland and Samuel Kendall a piece of upland and marsh, situated on the corner of the great road leading to Charlestown and the way leading to the Ford; the way to the river on the upper side of the bridge was also included in...
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