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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. 12 2 Browse Search
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Brown was much respected, and intrusted very often with Municipal and Church affairs of Watertown and Waltham.—Bond. Daniel Benjamin, Daniel Benjamin, Jr., trader, was a Selectman of Watertown 1735, '36, and '37; Selectman of Waltham, 1748, '39, Daniel Benjamin, Jr., trader, was a Selectman of Watertown 1735, '36, and '37; Selectman of Waltham, 1748, '39, '40, '42; Assessor many times from 1738 to 1752.—Bond. and Samuel Livermore, in the Behalf of themselves, and other Inhabitants of the West Precinct in Watertown, presented to the House of Representatives a petition praying the said Precinct may be e were chosen:— Moderator.—Deacon Thomas Livermore. Selectmen.—Deacon William Brown, Deacon Thomas Livermore, Mr. Daniel Benjamin, Mr. Joseph Pierce, Lieutenant Thomas Biglow. Town Clerk and Treasurer.—Samuel Livermore. Constable.—Mr. Joscted 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.
s right to raise his dam 12 inches, 127. Seth, jr., 128. Bemis Manufacturing Co. incorporated, 127. Bemis tavern, one of oldest houses in town, 90. Benjamin, Daniel, 64, 70, 71. Biglow, Lt., Thomas, 70, 71. Bigelow: Abijah, Jacob, 89; Joshua, 97. Bill of fare for ordination, 111 n. 3. Bird Tavern (the), 84; militParish, 117. Gun, firing of a, after night watches punished by whipping, 18; heavy fine for one that should permit an Indian to use a, 23. Hagar: Amos, 85: Benjamin, Isaac, Jonathan, 88; Joseph, 71, 93; Lois, William, 89. Hagar's lane once well settled, 93. Hamlin, Hon., Hannibal, maternal ancestors of, 97 n. 3. Ham, 81 n. 1. Harold, son of Earl Godwin, 66; received Waltham (Eng.)from Edward the Confessor, 67. Harrington: Amos, 87; once the richest man in town, 88 n. 1; Benjamin, 93; Josiah, 71; Samuel, 96. Harrington, George, killed. 61. Harrington, Robert, bought half of Oldham Farm, 39, 61 n. 6. Harrington Tavern, 88. Hartford