all the fact that her husband, the Rev. Ebenezer Turell, was pastor of the Church in Medford from 1724 to 1778, a period of fifty-four years, as his history has been sketched in The Early Ministers ofplace for those who have come into the larger liberty of thought and action.
Current events, 1724-1734.
Extracts from town Records of Medford. by Helen T. Wild.
May 25, 1724.
Put to vote whef the ministry in said town.
At a Town meeting legally convened in Medford Septr the 14th day, 1724 . . . Put to vote whether the town will add ten pounds per year to the ninety pounds already granble consideration.
Voted in the affirmative.
At a Town Meeting legally convened Octr the 26th 1724 . . . Put to vote whether the town will raise twenty pounds money for the charge of the entertai and Lydia (Stoddard) Turell.
He was born Feb. 15, 1702, and graduated from college in 1721.
In 1724, he was ordained and became the pastor of the church in Medford.
He married first, Jane, daughte