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father's side to Aaron Cooke, Esq., and Sarah Cooke; and the great-grandson of Major Cooke, of Northampton, and of William and Sarah Westwood, of Hadley, who came from Old England.
These arrived with their families at Cambridge, N. E., in 1634 or 1635, and removing with others settled at Hartford.
About the year 1650, they with others removed up Connecticut river, and began new settlements—Major Cooke at Northampton, and Mr. Westwood at Hadley.
Sylvester Judd, Esq., the well-known historians, from written authentic sources, that Major Cooke settled first in Dorchester and removed thence to Windsor; whereas William Westwood settled first at Cambridge, and removed thence to Hartford, and was at Cambridge three or four years before 1634-5.
He further declares Westwood could not have removed to Hadley and Maj. Cooke to Northampton about 1660, for the settlement of Hadley was not begun until 1659, and Northampton till 1654.
Moreover, they removed up the river in 1660-1, and Westwood
of Rev. John Marrett cited, 84, 86
District School libraries, 143
Dogs first licensed, 162
Draft of 44 men in 1863, 168
Drill Club, 158
Drowning of James Robbins, 44
Dudleian Lecture, by Rev. Mr. Cooke, 41; by Rev. Mr. Damon, 228
Earthquakes, 45, 46
Eclipse of the sun, 1757, 35, 36
Evening Sermons, 31, 46
Experience of Hannah Adams, April 19, 1775, 66, 74, 75, 185
Farm of John Adams, 1664, 9
Farms granted in Arlington and Lexington by Cambridge inhabitants, 1635, 6
Fence to secure the corn of the Indians, 1643, 6
Fenceviewers for Menotomy Fields, 1649, 9
Fielddriver for Menotomy Fields, 9
Fine for cutting trees or timber in 1647, 8
Fire Department established, 166; engines, 139, 140, 141, 143, 165
Fire on Walter Russell's estate, 155
First and second anniversary celebrations of the Battle of Lexington, 84, 86; First Congregational parish, 174; first armed resistance to British aggression as shown here, 48
Fish, act concerning,