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Charles A. Nelson , A. M., Waltham, past, present and its industries, with an historical sketch of Watertown from its settlement in 1630 to the incorporation of Waltham, January 15, 1739. 2 0 Browse Search
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hn Chadwick. Sealer of Leather.—Mr. Joseph Stratton. Fence Viewers.—John Ball, Jr., Joseph Hagar. Surveyors of Highways.—John Ball ye 3d, John Viels. Tytheing men.—Isaac Peirce, Theophilus Mansfield. Hogreves. See note 1, page 73.—Josiah Harrington, Elnathan Whitney. These were to hold office till the annual meeting in March. February 7th, the Selectmen were ordered to build a Pound on some piece of land near the meeting-house. March 25th, Thomas Hammond, John Smith, John Bemis, Ensign Thomas Harrington and Deacon Jonathan Sanderson were chosen Selectmen for the ensuing year, and Samuel Livermore was re-elected Town Clerk and Treasurer, an office he was annually chosen to fill for many years in succession. On May 9th, Daniel Benjamin was chosen as Representative, but he refused to serve, and Lieutenant Thomas Biglow was chosen in his place. On the 12th, the Selectmen were ordered to pay Josiah Fiske £ 9 15s. for building the pound, and Lieutenant Thomas B