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preach here. From the Records of the Second Church in Cambridge—by Thaddeus Fiske, Pastor. Began to preach to the Second Church and Society in Cambridge on the first Sabbath in April, 1787—and continued to preach and supply the Parish to July 16th of the same year; on which day, being Monday, he received his call to settle with them in the Gospel ministry, at the following meeting, viz. The proceedings of a meeting held by the inhabitants of the N. W. Precinct in Cambridge and thAdams, Samuel Whittemore, jr., Seth Wyman, Deacon Joseph Adams and Lieut. Jeduthun Wellington be a committee to acquaint Mr. Fiske with the proceedings of the aforesaid meeting. A true copy from the records. John Cutter, jr. Clerk. 1787, July 16. The Second Parish in Cambridge made choice of Mr. Thaddeus Fiske for their pastor. Baptists.—The following paper is preserved, and is in the hand-writing probably of the signer. The Names of those that belong to the Baptist Society in <
orah ), b. 29 Feb. 1768, d. unm. 10 Mar. 1791, a. 23; (Nathaniel ), b. 28 Apr. 1770; (Phebe ), b. 14 Nov. 1772. Lydia, Daniel, Martha, Deborah, Nathaniel and Phebe, children of Wid. Lydia Hill, were all bap. Pct. ch. 16 Apr. 1775. Phebe m. Joel Winship, of Lexington, 14 Nov. 1792, and Wid. Lydia (at Nathaniel's ), d. 7 Feb. 1835, a. 95. Daniel the father was a soldier in the French War. See Locke Book, 77. 10. Abraham, s. of Abraham (4), m. Elizabeth Robbins, 9 May, 1782; had son, b. 16 July, d. 15 Aug. 1782, a. 1 mo. Elizabeth, w. of Abraham, Jr., d. 18 June, 1783, a. 18. He m. Ruth Blodgett, 9 Sept. 1784, and had child, d. 23 Sept. 1789, a. 3 days; and perhaps Fanny, d. 24 Sept. 1790, a. 2 yrs. 11. Isaac, s. of Abraham (4), m. Hannah, dau. of Walter Russell, and was father of Gov. Isaac Hill of New Hampshire; rem. to Ashburnham. (Son Isaac, Isaac Hill, politician and journalist of New Hampshire, born Cambridge, Mass., 6 April, 1789, died Washington, D. C., 22 March, 1