Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Governor Winthrop” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 4.:
This way was five rods in length and connected with the half-acre lot on the corner of Main and South streets, which lot was known by the name of The Gravel Pit.
The farm referred to was that of Governor Winthrop , afterwards that of Lieutenant-Governor Usher, and still later that of Col. Isaac Royall, portions of the westerly bounds of which are still in existence.
To Christopher Goodwin.
Seven Acres. b...
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