Your search returned 6 results in 2 document sections:

Poor, distinct from the Selectmen. In this house, and under such regulations, the pauper establishment was admininistered until 1818, when a new Almshouse was erected in Cambridgeport. By deed dated April 2, 1818, Jonathan L. Austin and Benjamin Austin conveyed to the town about eleven acres of land, being the whole square bounded by Harvard, Norfolk, Austin, and Prospect streets, except one house lot, previously sold, at the corner of Norfolk and Austin streets, measuring 100 feet on eachce of land in the most eligible situation, for a new burial-ground in Cambridgeport. The Committee reported, August 5, that they had selected a spot, and they were empowered to purchase it. On the first day of January, 1812, Jonathan L. and Benjamin Austin, for $791.67, conveyed to the town two acres one quarter and twenty rods of land, bounded north by Broadway and east by Norfolk Street, with a right of way to Harvard Street by a passage forty feet wide. For more than half a century this gr
ussell, 12 Oct. 1817, and d. 4 Apr. 1826, a. 31 (g. s.). Four children. 58. Ammi, s. of Ephraim (24), m. Lucy Tufts, 2 Dec. 1819, and d. 2 Dec. 1840, a. 43 (g. s.). Had Lucy T., m. Samuel F. Winn, 3 Mar. 1841; Ammi; Amanda Tufts, adult, bap. 5 June, 1842, m. Stephen Kimball; Deborah L.; Eliza Ann W. 59. Benjamin, s. of Ephraim (24), m. Mary Whittemore, 26 Sept. 1824, and with w. Mary was adm. Pct. ch. 22 Oct. 1826. Both were dism. to the first ch. in Woburn, 28 June, 1828. Had Benjamin Austin, d. here 25 Aug. 1825, a. 6 mos.; and Benjamin L., Mary Ann E., Ephraim, Mary W., and William R., at Woburn. Benjamin the father grad. at Harv. Univ. in 1824, and M. D. 1827 and 1857. He practised his profession nearly forty years at Woburn, where he d. 9 Mar. 1864, a. 60. He was the author of this work. Some recollections of Dr. Cutter's boyhood, by Mr. J. B. Russell, are interesting: He was truthful, studious and particularly brave, in all personal matters. He had great admi