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f the land of the homestead, and south and westwardly by Cambridge town common, with the house that he hath built upon it, and part of it within a fence that said Cutter hath set up; and the rest lyeth unfenced, adjoining to that which is fenced; with the liberty of making a dam for the convenience of the mill 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, and signed John Rolfe and seal (Midd. Registry, IX. 366). It is witnessed in part by the mark of Mary Rolfe, Jr. Probably the sister of John, who was born 16 Jan. 1660. John Rolfe, Jr., appears to have removed, as did the other sons of John Rolfe, to Woodbridge, N. J., where John Rolf—then resident in Massachusetts—received deed of lands in Woodbridge from Richard Dole 27 Apr. 1686. John Rolph and Sarah Moores were married at Woodbridge 18 July, 1688. Their daughter Sarah was bor