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289 acres, bounded S. on Fresh Pond and E. on Alewife River, in 1653 (Paige, 586). John Adams bought of Mr. Joseph Cooke (brother of Colonel George Cooke) of Stannaway, co. Essex, England, by deed in the seventeenth year of King Charles II., 1664, thirteen acres meadow and upland lying by 'Notomy River, abutting on highway leading from Cambridge to Concord east; west the swamp-ground leading to Fresh Pond Meadow, south Menotomy River, north on said swamp toward Spy Pond. Edward Winship was attorney for Cooke, May 17, 1665.—Proprietors' Records. (See Paige, 513.) John Adams's farm, 1664, is mentioned in the Proprietors' Records, laid out to a farm of one hundred and seventeen acres, by him purchased of Golden Moore, and is situated on the waste lands in the seventh mile, bounded northeast with Widow Russell's farm purchased of Richard Jackson, east with Alewive meadow, south Joseph Holmes, west with common land, northwest with Mr. Pelham's farm; with allowance for the great
urying-ground).] He d. 21 Jan. 1787, a. 92 (g. s. Arlington). 1787, Jan. 21. Capt. Samuel Carter died, and buried this week, aged 92 years or more.—Diary of Samuel Thompson, Esq., Woburn. He was a grandson of Capt. John Carter, of Woburn, and b. 31 Oct. 1694.—See Hist. of Woburn, 598. Mehitable, m. Nathan Whittemore, 7 Feb. 1781—see Wyman's Charlestown, 190, group 13. Susan, and Joseph W. Adams, both of Lowell, m. 17 May, 1835. Capt. John Carter, of Woburn, was ensign there 1663, lieut. 1664, and captain 1676, the time of Philip's War. Lieut. John Carter, his son, and father of Capt. Samuel Carter above, had a son Benjamin, who entered the military service and was killed by Indians near Dunstable, 6 Sept. 1724. Samuel Carter and Samuel Carter, Jr., of Woburn, are mentioned in the History of Precinct in this work, under 1761. The latter d. 14 (buried 16) Sept. 1806, a. 84, was intombed in a walled enclosure in a field on the present Winchester hills, adjoining Arlington—See Wym
to the killing of Wyman and Winship, 74; of Hannah Bradish, 64, 196 Diary 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 arm