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er declaring themselves contented with the doings of the commissioners goes to show that they had agreed to the partition. Three of them were married then, and their husbands were the said commissioners; so it would seem to have been wholly a family affair. The settlement of the estate involved a three-days' trip to Townsend on horseback, and the expense is duly charged in the account of the administrator. The next year Jonathan married Martha Cutler, or Cutter, of West Cambridge, May 21, 1747. Martha Cutter was a descendant, in the fourth generation, from Richard Cutter, a youth who came from England in the ship Defence at the same time as Gregory Stone. The couple probably lived in Watertown in the homestead, and possibly in Medford for some years, as Wyman mentions his name as of Medford. They were admitted from the church in Watertown to that in Shrewsbury in 1769, though they may have lived in Shrewsbury for some years previously. He died in Shrewsbury October 3, 1805,