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dwelt, a water cornmill on said twenty acres, and three acres meadow-land in Charlestown, being the real estate whereof the said George Cooke died seized. The twenty acres were described as bounded at this period by the land in the tenure of Matthew Abdee, on the east by Woburn highway, on the north by Charlestown line, and on the west by a lot of land lately purchased by said William Cutter. The premises claimed, occupied by Cutter, consisted of one messuage house, wherein said Cutter doth nh of August, 1688, given by Paige, 442-43, &c., furnishes the following names of persons who resided and had estate here at that date, and of some who had estate here, but were not resident. The names of those taxed for person and estate are Matthew Abdee, or Abdy, John Adams, Samuel Buck, Richard Cutter and his sons William, Gershom and Nathaniel Cutter, William Dickson and John Dickson, Jonathan Dunster (person and doom), James Hubbard, Israel Mead, Nathaniel Patten, Joseph Russell and his b