Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lydia Dastin” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 9.:
...n. March 12, 1637-8, a grant of one thousand acres was made to Cradock and five hundred acres for his servants, twenty miles from any plantation. At a court held at Boston, September 3, 1639, Lydia Dastin , wife of Josiah Dastin of Charlestown, a young woman of twenty-six, testified while in the house of Mr. Cradocke at misticke at meat with one Robert Panare he assaulted her, and caused her to cut her...
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