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e and mill-privileges, known by the name of the Stearns Factory, on March 6, 1832. A mill about to be erected by Ichabod Fessenden in 1816 was that at the privilege now the property of J. C. Hobbs. Samuel Lewis, of Dedham, bought of Stephen Robbins land with water-mill and dwelling-house in West Cambridge, 1839. The mill below the Wear Bridge in the Mystic River on the Menotomy side was embraced in a conveyance by Joseph Prout to Jonathan Dunster, 1710. Edward Collins sold the same in 1660. Collins bought of Thomas Broughton, 1669. See Wyman's Chs., 136, 312; Brooks's Medford, 393, 606. Turning again to Paige, we find that in Nov. 1675, John Adams (a resident of Menotomy) was impressed as a trooper, or cavalry-man (p. 398); on Nov. 26, 1675, Gershom Cutter (brother of William, and a Menotomy resident) was impressed with others from Cambridge, for service in Philip's or the Narragansett War (p. 399); the names of several private soldiers who served in this war, some of
indsor; 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's wife was Bridget, not Sarah. (Vide Hist. Hadley, 594, and Savage, G. Dict. ) My grandfather Aaron C1660-1, and Westwood's wife was Bridget, not Sarah. (Vide Hist. Hadley, 594, and Savage, G. Dict. ) My grandfather Aaron Cooke married Sarah, only child of said William and Sarah Westwood, removed to Hadley, lived with his father-in-law, and upon his death, which was not long after, in right of said wife became entitled to the whole of Mr. Westwood's estate—left in England—at Hartford—and in Hadley. The estate in England after some time my grandfather sold, but employing a knave, lost it. The estate at Hartford he gave to his son Aaron. That in Hadley to his sons Westwood and Samuel, and to his son Moses his est<