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in nubery that night that John Rolfe deceased, and heard him declare that he had appointed and did desire his two brothers Ri. Dowell and Benj. Rolf, and Geo. Little of nubery, and his cousin John Gardner of Oborne [Woburn], and his naybor Moore to be his overseers, and take care of his wife and children, and settle his estate as they thought best, giving this reason that he was in such extremity of pain that he was not able to settle things himself. The inventory of his estate, dated Dec. 19, 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