Statistics for occurrence #1 of “John Albree” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:
...that with the spoon, that it shall always pass to the oldest son. The fact of these parallel heirlooms suggests that they have a common origin, which is readily seen to have been when the property of John Albree 's only son was divided in 1777. Furthermore, that these were thus created heirlooms shows that they were then regarded as valuable relics of John Albree, the weaver, and as the date of the son's de...
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