Statistics for occurrence #1 of “William Woodbridge” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 29.:

...sed of in 1804. In 1779 the General Court ordered all confiscated estates to be sold, but Royall's was not on the list, and later on the estate was turned back to the heirs for $1.00. In 1790 William Woodbridge kept a boarding and day school in the house, having at one time forty-two boys and ninety-six girls. The estate was sold by the heirs in 1804 to Robert Fletcher for 16,000 pounds. It then passed ...
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