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bout fishing in Menotomy River, established the right of Cambridge to take fish in that river, in 1681, which privilege has remained unimpaired to the present time (Paige, 97-8). Edward Randolph, te the next day, write his will, but in the meanwhile deceased before he could finish the same. 1681. Granted to Widow Rolfe to make a dam above the old mill-pond to keep water in, for to accommodatill near the said Cutter's house The same liberty probably that was granted the Widow Rolfe in 1681.; as also a twelfth part of a sawmill upon Sergt. Francis Whitmore's land. Dated April 10, 1685,ng on said land (the nineteen acres, &c., comprising the homestead devised to John Rolfe, Jr., in 1681); and three quarters of the house, stones, wheels, bills, and all other utensils and appurtenanceme liberty of making a dam, conveyed to William Cutter in 1685, and granted to the Widow Rolfe in 1681. The dam was at Cyrus Cutter's privilege. 1718. William Cutter deeds to his son John Cutter,