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enced in 1658, and he himself was admitted a member of the same church May 18, 1666.
John and Ann Adams had, born in Cambridge, Mary, 25 Oct. 1652; John, 1 May, 1655; Daniel, 8 Aug. 1657 (died soon)86, the ancestor of the Adams Family here.—See Genealogies.
In 1699 John Adams, Senior, and Ann Adams conveyed to William Patten, son of Nathaniel, Senior, ten acres, south by Menotomy River, south and west by John Dickson's meadow and Jonathan Butterfield's, southeast by said Adams, northwest by Adams's swamp, and northeast upon the country road (Midd.
Registry, XVI. 438). William Patten waAdams's swamp, and northeast upon the country road (Midd.
Registry, XVI. 438). William Patten was a grandson.—Paige.
John Adams, Senior, died in 1706, aged about 85.
His will (dated 1 June, 1706) and inventory were sworn 7 Oct. 1706.
In 1714 Ann Adams, relict, widow of John Adams, deceasedAnn Adams, relict, widow of John Adams, deceased, formerly of Cambridge, and John Adams, of Sudbury, yeoman, being the sole executors of his honored father, John Adams, aforesaid, deceased, sold four acres in Charlestown—the present Arlington Ceme<