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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., An eighteenth century enterprise. (search)
whitmore0-2-6 peter Tuft0.02-6 Goodman ffillebrowne0-05-0 John Bradfho0-02-6 —— 17-6 Strangers in Medford, (continued from Vol. 6, no. 4). Names.From. Date.Warned out.Remarks. Goldthwait, Benjamin Major. Tavern keeper.Boston, June 2, 1760Tenant of Col. Royall.   Charity (wife)   Children Gould, AbrahamMar. court, 1758Servant of Benj. Peirce. Gould, ElizabethReading, April 12, 1762In house of Nathan Tufts. Gray, John, and familyDec. 28, 1750 Green, Francis (?)Aug. 31, 1797 Green, IsaacApr. 16, 1784(Wife and family.) Greenleaf, Stephen   Maria (wife)Brookline, Mayor June, 1764Dec. 3, 1764 Greenough, Andrew (Hall?)Boston, September, 1769Oct. 8, 1770In family of Andrew Hall. Greenough, JohnJan. 30, 1791 Hadley, AbigailStoneham, Aug. 23, 1766In family of Widow Sarah Connory. Hadley, David Son of Samuel.Stoneham, February, 1762Jan. 1, 1763Apprentice to Benj. Willis. Hadley, SamuelStoneham, Nov. 25, 1762Sept. 1, 1763Tenants of Ebenr Harriden.   
v., 1766May 16, 1767 Hays, ElizabethWilmington, June 29, 1759May 5, 1760Single woman. In family of Z. Poole. Hawley, NoahJan. 30, 1791 Headley, DavidMar. court, 1763 Henderson, NathanielAug. 25, 1744   Jane (wife)   Hugh Children   Jane   Edmond   Nathaniel Henderson, NathanielApr. 23, 1750 Hendley, AnnJan. 30, 1791 Henshaw, SamuelCharlestown, Apr., 1754Feb. 26, 1755   Abigail (wife) Hewes, JohnLynn, Apr. 7, 1766Single man. Husbandman. Employed by Col. Royall.   ThomasAug. 31, 1797 Hill (male child)See Elias Robinson Hodge, AnnaWoburn, May, 1758Daughter of George Hodge. In service to Simon Tufts. Holden, Anne (?)Jan. 30, 1791   NathanielCharlestown, May i, 1761In family of Samuel Hall.   ThomasCharlestown, May i, 1764In family of Samuel Tufts. Hollon, Ceasar (negro)Billerica, June 1, 1765Employed by Joseph Tufts. Holmes, FrancesHolden, Aug. 23, 1754Servant in family of Jos. Skinner. Boston, July 1, 1756 A Town Meeting, 1847. Charles Cummin
1791 Honey, ElizabethBoston, June 2, 1760March Court,Maid in family of Maj. Benj. 1761Goldthwaite. Hovey, BenjaminAug. 31, 1797 Hovey, EbenezerNewton, July 4, 1763In family of Timothy Tufts. Laborer. Hovey, JamesJan. 30, 1791 Howard, DavidMaceNewbury, July i, 1771Daughter of James and Bathshua Peirson. Ingolls, LucyJan. 30, 1791 Ingraham, Duncan, Esq.Aug. 31, 1797(Signed) Richard Hall. Isebester, ChristianWatertown, Sept., 1768In family of Ebenezer Hall, Jr. Charlestown, abt. OnnahWoburn, June 16, 1758Nov. 27, 1758Dau. of Giles Johnson. Age 10 yrs. In family of Benj. Parker. Johnson, MaryAug. 31, 1797Widow of Henry Johnson. Johnson, ThomasBoston, Oct. 27, 1762Boarder in house of Samuel Hall. Jones, JohnConcord, Mar. 26, 1765Feb. 24, 1766Single. Husbandman. In employ of Isaac Royall. Jones, JonasAug. 31, 1797 Jones, JosephActon, Jan. 20, 1772In family of Isaac Hall. The Petition of Belinda, servant of Isaac Royall, Esq. [Read before Sarah Bradlee
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., Meeting-house brook and the second Meeting-house. (search)
24, 1766In family of Simon Tufts. Lewes, Mary Lilly, (widow)Chelsea, June 7, 1759Nov. 21, 1735 1759Maid in family of John Bishop. Livermore, ElizabethCambridge, Aug. 25, 1759Single. Housekeeper in family of Isaac Warren. Livingstone, JohnAug. 31, 1797 Lock, AbigailBoston, Apr. 10, 1762Maid in family of Stephn Bradshaw. Lowder, WilliamAug. 31, 1797 Lunno, David and wifeDec. Ct. 1759 Expedition to Goldsboro, N. C. by a corporal of Co. F, 5th Massachusetts Infantry. Edited by Emma Aug. 31, 1797 Lunno, David and wifeDec. Ct. 1759 Expedition to Goldsboro, N. C. by a corporal of Co. F, 5th Massachusetts Infantry. Edited by Emma Wild Goodwin. Newbern, N. C., December 23, 1862. My Dear daughter Emma:—I'm going to write you as near as I can the particulars of the expedition to Goldsboro. We started on Thursday morning, December 11 (along the Trent road), about 7 o'clock, and marched over to our parade ground and stood there until noon in a most intense fog. It was so thick that we could n't see a man to tell who he was twenty feet from us, till 10 o'clock, so we could n't see the other troops pass off. It was