Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieut. Caleb” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 30.:

...e and a few acres of land on the west side of Grove street, was valued at £ 1036 s.13d.4 and his personal estate at £ 421 s.13d.2. We have, then, in the one family, Capt. John Brooks, Lieut. Caleb , Thomas and the Reverend Edward Brooks all leaving hot-foot for Lexington. The diary of a British officer, MacKenzie, recently published in full, gives us from the British point of view, what must ...
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