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e-Fields (London, England), spinster, grants a letter of attorney to Mr. Edward Collins, to dispose of such land as was her father's Colonel George Cooke's, in New England, and now belonging to her, April 19, 1669 (Midd. Registry, III. 417). 1670. Edward Collins, of Medford, attorney of Miss Mary Cooke, of the Parish of Martins-in-the-Fields, to John Rolph (or Rolfe), of Nantucket Island in New England, planter, for £ 160, sells sundry parcels of land: viz., 600 acres in Cambridge, north b, 1681, mentions the homeland and housing and orchard, and three quarters of the corn-mill and the meadow belonging to it—the meadow being in Charlestown bounds; also the farm, containing 500 acres more or less. This was the property he bought in 1670 of Miss Mary Cooke. 1685 John Rolfe, of Cambridge, husbandman, to William Cutter, in consideration that my honored father John Rolfe, late of Cambridge, deceased, did in his lifetime give unto my loving brother-in-law William Cutter, of the
phen d. 24 Apr. 1825, a. 47. Silas, m. Clarissa Locke, 15 Sept. 1822. White, John, of Boston, m. Susanna Shattuck. 9 June, 1741. Hannah, of Watertown, m. George Allen, 16 Sept. 1756. Whitmore, Widow Rebecca, d. 13 Nov. 1751, a. 90. Maiden name Rebecca Rolfe, and William Cutter's widow and widow of Dea. John Whitmore of Medford. She was b. at Newbury 9 Feb. 1662, dau. of John and Mary (Scullard) Rolfe. Her father, John Rolfe, of Cambridge, originally from Newbury, came hither about 1670, from Nantucket Island. She and husband William Cutter were admitted to membership of Cambridge church 28 July, 1700. By Cutter she had ten children, nine of whom attained maturity and gave birth to a numerous progeny. He d. 1 Apr. 1723, aet. 74, and she m. on 3 June, 1724, her second husband Whitmore, who d. 22 Feb. 1739-40, a. 84. She gave six pounds toward procuring utensils for the communion table of the Pct. ch. at organization, 1739. Those constituting her gift are inscribed, The