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Cutter, the undivided half of the mill and lands, which they had owned in common. The premises are now the property of Dr. Benjamin Cutter's son-in-law Samuel A. Fowle. In 1743, John Cutter, above, sold to John Cutter, Jr., land joining on the country road to Lexington, William Russell's land being west, the land extending east on said road sixty rods, and the northeasterly corner of the land being at foot of hill near an old dam. On the distribution of the elder John Cutter's estate, in 1776, the half of an old sawmill was set off to the above John Cutter, Jr., eldest son of the said John, deceased. The second John Cutter, in 1790, sold to Stephen Cutter, miller, lands including the home-lot and Hill's lot, bounded south on Concord road, together with house and barn, saw and gristmills, and all other buildings on said land (Midd. Registry, CII. 176). In 1827 Mary Cutter, the widow of Stephen Cutter, granted land to the Baptist Society for the erection thereon of a meeting-house
them missing—supposed to be on board one of the men of war. A Journal kept during the Time that Boston was Shut up in 1775-6, by Timothy Newell, Esq., one of the Selectmen of the Town (see Mass. Hist. Coll., vol. i., fourth series, p. 262), contathe old gentleman, much against his will, into his chaise, and carried him away to a place of safety.—Smith. 1776 In 1776 an adjourned meeting of the parish was held at the house of Benjamin Cooper, innholder in the Precinct. A Muster Roll oll. The term of service was probably five days. Mr. Cooke preached before the Convention of Congregational Minis. ters, 1776.—Am. Quar. Register, for 1839. 1777 Feb. 6, 1777, it was voted that the training band vote with the freeholders. Aburn Second Precinct (now Burlington), describes the first anniversary celebration of the Battle at Lexington, as follows: 1776, April 19. Fair and windy—wind northwest. Rode to Lexington, dined at Brother's. P. M. Attended a Lecture in commemora
d). Ammi Cutter, 1772, 1791. Philip Bemis, 1773-76 (1776—excused). Benjamin Locke, 1775 (1776—excused1776—excused). Benjamin Locke, 1775 (1776—excused). Ephraim Frost, Jr., 1776-85. Gershom Cutter, Jr., 1776, 1777. Thomas Whittemore, 1778-84. Phile1776—excused). Ephraim Frost, Jr., 1776-85. Gershom Cutter, Jr., 1776, 1777. Thomas Whittemore, 1778-84. Philemon Russell, 1778-80 (1781—declined), 1782-84. Amos Warren, 1781—declined; 1784, 1785. Thomas Russell, 11776-85. Gershom Cutter, Jr., 1776, 1777. Thomas Whittemore, 1778-84. Philemon Russell, 1778-80 (1781—declined), 1782-84. Amos Warren, 1781—declined; 1784, 1785. Thomas Russell, 1781—declined; 1786—declined. Benjamin Piper, 1781. John Adams, 1785—declined; 1792, 1793, 1802-05. Sa1776, 1777. Thomas Whittemore, 1778-84. Philemon Russell, 1778-80 (1781—declined), 1782-84. Amos Warren, 1781—declined; 1784, 1785. Thomas Russell, 1781—declined; 1786—declined. Benjamin Piper, 1781. John Adams, 1785—declined; 1792, 1793, 1802-05. Samuel Butterfield, 1785, 1786 (1787—declined). Jeduthun Wellington, 1786-90, 1797-1801. Seth Wyman, 1786- 1774. Benjamin Locke, 1775. Ephraim Frost, Jr., 1776-86, 1794. Gershom Cutter, Jr., 1776, 1777. Tho1776, 1777. Thomas Whittemore, 1778-84. Philemon Russell, 1778-80, 1782-84. Benjamin Piper, 1781. Amos Warren, 1784,used. Joseph Wellington, 1775. William Cutler, 1776—excused. Samuel Whittemore, Jr., 1776, 1777. S1776, 1777. Samuel Hill 1777, 1780. Amos Warren, 1779—excused. (A committee was chosen
itary occupation and environment of Boston, 1775-76.] Roger of Newton and Mary Russell of Camb. m. . 74. He was a Pct. committeeman and assessor, 1776, 1777. He belonged to the Baptist Society in Citary occupation and environment of Boston, 1775-76—m. 29 Feb. 1776. Lucy, of Shirley, and Nehemiahter, and with them, he located in Shrewsbury in 1776, in Waltham in 1804, and in West Cambridge [prolectman of Camb. 1783-1788; Pct. committeeman, 1776-85; Pct. assessor, 1776-85, 1794. A second w. 1776-85, 1794. A second w. Martha (Boylston, m. 1794), d. 10 Nov. 1824, a. 68 (g. s.). See Wyman's Charlestown, 106, 379. 7.ncil of this State on the 8th of December last, 1776, are the names of Samuel Locke, lieut., Joseph in Capt. William Adams's Co., Thatcher's Regt., 1776. He was also a member of Capt. B. Locke's co, a private, Wm. Adams's Co., Thatcher's Regt., 1776; was in John Walton's Co. in camp 31 Oct. 1776;fugees prob. from Boston during the Siege, 1775-76.] Tuttle, Rebecca, m. Zechariah Symmes, 1 Feb[1 more...]
ton J. Lane, April 4, 1864, 158, 169; relative to the alarming crisis in public affairs in 1809, 128 Revolutionary tea, 48, 49 Road from Watertown line to Cooke's mills (laid out 1638), 6, 8, 11, 12 Roll of Capt. Benjamin Locke's company, 1776, 57, 68; of Capt. William Adams's company, 1776, 83 Russell Park, 76, 169; School, 166, 163 Russell, Thomas, hall of, 111 Salem Gazette, cited, 63, 62, 67, 68, 70, 71, 73, 77, 78, 103 Sawmill, dam for, in 1703, suit, &c, 16 School 1776, 83 Russell Park, 76, 169; School, 166, 163 Russell, Thomas, hall of, 111 Salem Gazette, cited, 63, 62, 67, 68, 70, 71, 73, 77, 78, 103 Sawmill, dam for, in 1703, suit, &c, 16 School Committee, 108, 109, 121, 138, 139, 140, 142, 171, 172, 173 Schoolhouses, in the Precinct, 17, 19, 21, 22, 24, 32, 33, 41-43, 46, 73, 108, 110; in W. Cambridge, 116,122,130, 131, 137-139, 141-143, 152, 154, 156, 157, 158, 160; in Arlington, 163, 166; burned, 160, 163; in Eastern District, 122,130,143,162; in Northwest District, 139, 142, 158, 160; in South District, 131, 143 Schools, 22, 24, 32, 41, 43, 48, 108,121, 131, 137, 139, 140,141-143, 148,154, 157; High School, 158, 159, 165; superi