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ong whom were Mrs. Corlet, William Patten, Jason Russell, Gershom Cutter, John Dickson, Samuel Bull, R. Cutter, Solomon Prentice, Jonathan Dunster, College, Samuel Buck, Philip Cooke, &c. Sept. 2, 1715, William Cutter bought of his cousin Mrs. Champney (daughter of Mrs. Corlet), five acres in Cambridge, bounded north on a highway to a place called Mills Ware (Midd. Registry, XX. 156). Mills Weares are named in the town records of West Cambridge as late as 1811. 1724. Request of Jason Russell and others, that way may be stated from Thomas Fillebrown's to Spy Pond, and so to way to Mills Weare. This Jason Russell was grandfather of that Jason Russell who was killed by the British troops on April 19, 1775. The senior Jason Russell died about 1736.—Paige, 647. A. D. 1825. The Proprietors' Records of Cambridge mention the grant to Inhabitants of West Cambridge, of all the land within that town, which belonged to the Proprietors of Cambridge before the separation of the two towns
sell who was killed by the British here on April 19, 1775. Mr. Cooke, the minister, in his autobiogrence to the anniversary of the battle here April 19, 1775 (see 1779). The text is Lament. 3:21, 22.the North Bridge in Concord on the nineteenth day of April, 1775, and that neither of those persons wounded, prisoners and missing, on the 19th of April, 1775. 4th, or King's Own Regiment. Lieutto an account by a British eye-witness. April 19, 1775. Extracts from the Diary of a British Off Smith, in his West Cambridge on the Nineteenth of April, 1775, gives a minute account of this events who were slain in the Battle of Concord, April 19, 1775, from which we extract the following lines years old, killed three British soldiers, April 19, 1775. He was shot, bayoneted, beaten, and leftish Troops, in that Town and the Adjacent, April 19, 1775.—By Samuel Cooke, A. M., Pastor of the Secr memorable, the dark and distressing day, April 19, 1775, when British fury first broke out into op[13 more...]
his gratitude for the honor, and transmits a copy of his discourse for their further disposal. The address is mainly on governments, ancient and modern, and our own. He refers to the sensations of the fathers on the memorable morn of the 19th of April, 1775, when the pale beams of the moon gleamed from the burnished armor of your enemies, silently stealing through that street, Front of the meeting-house where the speaker delivered his oration. to perpetuate the crime of murder anew at earlussell, Washington, D. C., giving a sketch of the early history of military affairs, &c., in West Cambridge, Arlington Advocate, March 6 and 13, 1875. state that's The wanton atrocities of the British Regulars, on their retreat from Concord, April 19, 1775, still rankled in the breasts of the old people at this period. This, with the aggressions of the British navy, and the barbarities of the Indians on our Northwest frontier, who were presumed to be under their influence, excited such in
Arlington, and delegates from the town attended the celebrations which simultaneously took place in the neighboring towns. Immense throngs of people passed through the place during the day from Boston and elsewhere on their way to Lexington and Concord. Nathan Pratt, Esq., in 1875, left a bequest of $25,000 to the town, for a Public Library, the High School, and the Poor Widows' Fund. 1877. The town voted to erect stones to mark localities of interest connected with the battle of April 19, 1775. These have been already alluded to in the account of the battle, under the year 1775. In 1877-78 the Locke School House was built at Arlington Heights. 1879. May 30, 1879, occurred the first extensive celebration of Decoration Day in Arlington, in honor of the soldiers of the late war. The Revolutionary tablets and the Revolutionary monument were appropriately decorated, with the stones over the remains of the two Revolutionary soldiers in the old burying-ground. A procession in
of minute-men, under Capt. Benjamin Locke, 19 Apr. 1775. He was rated in Camb. 1777, and in Menot the member of Capt. Samuel Thatcher's Co., 19 Apr. 1775—see Paige, 409. 14. Ruth, d. 26 Sept. 1 of Lexington, killed by the King's troops, 19 Apr. 1775, in Lexington. 5. Jonathan and Ruthy Brike's Record. The event referred to occurred 19 Apr. 1775. Hutchinson's Butchers were the British Trohe father was made prisoner by the British, 19 Apr. 1775, and with his fellow-townsman, Samuel Frosttreat from Lexington and Concord on the 19th of April, 1775. He had refused to flee, exclaiming, aetor of the celebrated Wetherby's Tavern of 19 Apr. 1775. Wheeler, Benjamin, of Concord, m. Lucy ason was killed by the British at Menotomy, 19 Apr. 1775, and Jabez Wyman (brother-in-law) was killerough Menotomy from Lexington and Concord, 19 April, 1775. He was sitting in Cooper's Tavern, whereBritish in Cooper's Tavern, in Menotomy, on 19 Apr. 1775, the site where the Arlington House now sta[6 more...]
4, 186 Centennial Celebration of the 19th of April, 1775, 164 Central School House, 110, 116, Damage to property by the British troops, April 19, 1775, 65, 73-7, 79 Damon, Rev. David, instal 226 Danvers men in action at Menotomy, April 19, 1775, 63, 66-71, 72, 73 Deacons chosen, 28, niel Townsend, of Lynnfield, at Menotomy, 19 April, 1775, 71, 72; of General Washington, 108; of Ho Heath and Warren, Generals, in action of April 19, 1775, 65, 78, 79; comments of former on the bat, 83 House of Jason Russell at Menotomy April 19, 1775, 67-69, 71, 72, 75 Ice business and Joh, 130 Lynn End men in action at Menotomy, April 19, 1775, 62, 71, 73 Market gardening and fruit ms, 146 Medford men killed at Menotomy, April 19, 1775, 67, 72 Meeting house, 22-24, 29, 32, 37-39; injuries inflicted by British troops April 19, 1775, 56, 66-69, 74, 79, 82,128; men reported mtcher's (Capt.) Cambridge militia company, April 19, 1775, 66, 67 Tombs in Burying Ground, 116 [9 more...]