Statistics for occurrence #1 of “John Whitmore” in chapter 7, section c.7.1, page 24 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 17.:
...king-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 the land between Brooks and Francis * * * to a little black ...
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