Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Matthew Cradock” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 8.:
...y laid out from the country road to land of Aaron Cleveland; southeast on land of John Hall; southwest on the wharf and dock.
The wharf referred to was that of Major Jonathan Wade, and also that of Mr. Matthew Cradock .
It was then, as now, at the head of navigation on the Mystic river.
The dock was on the easterly side of the wharf and was sometimes called Medford dock.
The site of the wharf is now occupied ...
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