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lfe, at Newbury, 1 Oct. 1681, where he made a nuncupative will, and said he would, if he could write 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 accommodate the mill with water. —Proprietors' Records. The old mill-pond was at the mill established by Colonel Cooke. The above may be the origin of the dam at the privilege of the late Cyrus Cutter. 1683. Mary Rolfe, of Cambridge, widow and administratrix of John Rolfe, deceased, to Richard Gardner, for £ 20, sells one fifth of a farm of 600 acres at Vine Brook in Cambridge, called Cooke's farm, and other lands; he, the said Gardner, being a joint purchaser with her husband John Rolfe, of a farm of 600 acres, formerly Capt. George Cooke's, given him by the town of Cambridge, at a place commonly called Vine Brook. In consideration of the premises being all paid and done to the full satisfact