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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 3., Births, Deaths and Marriages from early records. (search)
the 27 1718 Sarah Daughter of Joseph and Sarah Tompfon born December 21 1718 Susanna Daughter of John and Susanna Giles born January 26th 171 8/9 John Son of John and Mercy Bradshaw born February the 13th 171 8/9 Elizebeth Daughter of Benjn & Sarah Peirce born February ye 21st. 171 8/9 Thomas Son of William and Abigail Patten born February 20th 171 8/9 Martha Daughter of John & Mary Whitmore Born ffebrewery ye 23-171 8/9 Ruben Neagro: Son of mr Jona Tuftes Servant Kuffe and Ecobode & Sary peirc Dyed of Small pox [Auguft ye] Cancelled Sary Hall Daugter of Stephen Hall and Elefebath his wife Dyed Sufanna Allbree Daugter of John Allbree and Elefebath his Wife Dyed March ye. 14th-1725 Benjamin Peirce Son of Benja: Peirce and Sary his Wife Dyed May ye 31-1725 Nathan Bradfhaw Son of John & Marcy Bradfhaw Dyed Janury ye 8th 1724 Mariges Samuell Williams of Charlstown and Sufanah of Malden maryed by Thos. Tuffts Esqr. Decmbr 19th 1719 Jofhuay Whea
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 3., The early names of Medford's streets. (search)
own Line be called High St., from Town pump (east) to Malden Line Salem St. from Town pump (South) to foot of Winter Hill Main St., from porter's corner S. E. to Wellington Farm Ship St.— from Hotel (west) to where the road leaves the River South St. & from thence over the cannel to Charlestown Line Spring St. from Main St. to Charlestown Line on the Road leading to Lechmere point Court St—from Main St. near Nathan Adams' House to Charlestown Line leading to Harvard College, Cambridge St from Benjm Tufts Corner to Stoneham Line Mountain Street— from Ship St to Salem St leading by the new Burring Ground Cross Street from Turell's Corner to Woburn Line purchase St from High St by Jona Brooks the old road to purchase St Woburn St—from High St near Cannel Bridge by P. C Brooks to Symme's Corner Grove St. John Howe, Chairman. Whether, as a matter offact, the town adopted all these names I do not know. Certainly some of them did not last many years; for only old residents of Medford