Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Caleb Brooks” in chapter 7, section c.7.1, page 24 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 17.:

...ok. No, this wasn't the railroad at all, but was a drinking-place for cattle, unique but useful, and an arrangement not often seen. Will some one find for us the boundary lines agreed upon by Caleb Brooks , John Hall, Thomas Willis, Stephen Willis and John Whitmore of Medford, in 1680, or locate the points named? From a great tree in the orchard, to a black oak tree * * * to a stake standing up in ...
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