ted records of the city of Boston will show the probability that at this wharf vessels were cleared for sea at an early date.
Aspinwall Notarial Records.
7 (6) 1648 David Sellick a Bill to pay for vessel Susan 3 £ 5 s. per hund. & Covt.
of Lanclet Baker to finish it & mast it & do the joyners work & to beare halfe the vessels chardge till cleared belowe the bridge at Mystick.
Also a Bill of sale of 1/2 said vessel from Lanclet Baker to David Selleck:
Mr. Willis was granted a license as Lanclet Baker to David Selleck:
Mr. Willis was granted a license as an innholder in the year 1720, and probably built his house soon after his purchase.
He was sometimes called a shopkeeper.
He occupied the estate as an innholder until the year 1730, when he sold the property to Mr. John Bradshaw, junior, who was the landlord until the year 1740, when he was succeeded by Mrs. Sarah Floyd.
In the year 1748 Mr. Bradshaw sold the estate to Mr. Benjamin Floyd.
From that date to the year 1759, when it was sold to Mr. Hugh Floyd, the house was kept by Mr. Benjam