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Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909 6 0 Browse Search
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 4 0 Browse Search
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British officer was shot by an American sentinel on Prospect Hill, the officer attempting to pass contrary to the standing orders. A jury of inquest, consisting of William Howe, Benjamin Locke, John Brown, Ebenezer Stedman, Samuel Manning, Nathaniel Austin, Joseph Read, jr., James Hill, Thomas Barrett, Benjamin Baker, Aaron Hill, Isaac Bradish, James Munroe, Joseph Johnson, good and lawful men of Cambridge, rendered their verdict on the 18th of June, that the said Richard Brown was shot with a Capt. Samuel Thatcher and Capt. Benjamin Locke, those who are named in the list below appear to have been a portion of the Cambridge quota:— John Abbott. John Acres. Daniel Adams. John Adams. Thomas Adams. George Allen. Nathaniel Austin. Benjamin Badger. William Barber. Caleb Barrett. Daniel Barrett. John Barrett. Jonathan Barrett. George Barrington. Thomas Beals. Thomas Bemford. Luke Bemis. Francis Bennett. Joseph Biglow. Nathan Blodg
ably the court records tell. I have not examined them. However, an execution was issued on this judgment, and this land appraised at £ 110 was levied on as land of David Phipps. By deed dated March 19, 1795, Mr. Dana conveyed this land to Nathaniel Austin for £ 130. Mr. Austin by deed dated September 6, 1801, conveyed the land to Joseph Adams for $666.67, and called it an eleven-acre lot, and bounded it southerly on a rangeway (Barberry Lane); westerly on land belonging to the Church in ChMr. Austin by deed dated September 6, 1801, conveyed the land to Joseph Adams for $666.67, and called it an eleven-acre lot, and bounded it southerly on a rangeway (Barberry Lane); westerly on land belonging to the Church in Charlestown, and on land, late of Joshua and Samuel Rand, but now of Joseph Tufts and Colonel Wood; northerly on land of Thomas Ireland, deceased; and easterly on another rangeway (Walnut Street), and southerly and easterly again on land of Thomas Ireland, till it comes to the rangeway just mentioned. Thus it became a part of the estate of Joseph Adams, on another part of which estate Mr. Sargent now lives. I think Mr. Sargent married a descendant of this Mr. Adams. Joseph Adams died in 1824,
79. Andersonville, Ga., 16, 17. Ann Street, Boston, 73. Andrews, General, 60. Appomattox Court House, 11. Arizona, The, 60. Arlington Heights, 88, 90. Arlington, Mass., 25, 87. Arlington, Va., 11. Arnold, Irene Adalaid, 70. Arnold, Irene G. (Clark), 23, 70. Arnold, Leonard, 23, 70. Arnold, Lilla E., 72. Arnold, L. Frank, 21, 23. Arnold, Mary Ella, 22. Arnold, William J., 12. Ashland, 12. Atchafalaya River, 52. Atlantic, The. 4. Augur, General, 58, 59, 60. Austin, Nathaniel, 82. Avery Salt Works, 56. Ayer's Division, 3. Ayer, General, 2. Bacon, Rev., Henry, 40. Bailey, Clarinda, 42, 43. Baily, Mrs., Kendall, 72. Baker, William A., 12. Banks, General N. P., 51, 52, 53, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61. Baptist Church, East Cambridge, 39. Barberry Lane, Land on, 73-85. Baton Rouge, 51, 53. Battle of Weldon Railroad, 2. Bayou, Boeuf, 53, 56. Bayou, Sara, 58. Bayou, Teche, 53, 54. Bean, George W., 12. Belding, Charles H., 12. Bell, 39. Bell