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as a major in Cromwell's army, very probably in Colonel Cooke's regiment, and was represented in Mitchell's Church Record, 1658, as then living in Ireland, where he probably died about 1673. In 1652 the inventory of the estate of Colonel George Cookf Cambridge, on the east side of Fresh Pond Meadow and Menotomy Brook, was divided into allotments by vote of the town, in 1658 (Paige, 96). A lawsuit about fishing in Menotomy River, established the right of Cambridge to take fish in that river, in present Railway Station at the Centre. His wife Ann is named as a member of the Cambridge church in a record commenced in 1658, and he himself was admitted a member of the same church May 18, 1666. John and Ann Adams had, born in Cambridge, Mary, 2 of John Adams, Senior, above. The town of Charlestown granted John Adams four acres, 3 1/2 rods, in Menotomy Field, in 1658. He bought of Jonathan Bunker three acres in Menotomy Field, east Menotomy River, west Field, north Mystic River, 1677 (W
given to Edward Everett, his classmate, after Mr. D.'s death. It contained articles by the students, among them many by Mr. Everett. A Dudleian Lecture, delivered by him in the College Chapel, Wednesday, the 12th of May, 1841. (Ms.) Text, Rev. 18: 2. David Damon was of the sixth generation in descent from Thomas Damon, who came from England about the year 1650, and settled in that part of Reading which is now Wakefield. Thomas, son of Thomas, was born in Reading. old style, 31-11—1658, or new style, 31 Jan. 1659, and married Lucy Ann Emerson, 15 May, 1683. Their fourth son, and ninth child, Thomas, was born at Reading, 25 Dec. 1703, and married at Woburn, Abigail Rice, of East Sudbury, now Wayland, 5 Feb. 1730; d. 6 Mar. 1796, a 92. She was b. 27 Mar., 1709, d, Feb. 1806, a. 97. Their first son, and second child, Thomas, was born at E. Sudbury, Sept. 1731, and married Elizabeth Stow, of Sudbury; he d. Nov. 1813, a. 82. Their fourth son, and fifth child, Aaron, wa