e lived in Braintree, Mass., from 1646 to 1651.
In February, 1651, he bought of Rev. John Wilson, Jr., pastor of the church in Dorchester, a house and farm of two hundred acres in Charlestown, lying on the north side of Mystic river, and between Malden river on the east, and the Cradock farm, or Medford line, on the west.
This land is now known as Wellington.
The farm remained a part of the town of Charlestown until 1726,, when it was annexed to Malden, but later set off to Medford.
Thomas Blanchard was married twice in England, and married a third wife, Mary——, after coming to New England, his second wife having died on the passage over.
Four of his sons came to this country.
He died on his farm in Charlestown, May 21, 1654; his widow died at Noddle's Island, now East Boston, in 1676.
George Blanchard had two wives and ten children; lived on one-half of the farm inherited from his father, and died there March 18, 1700, aged 84.
His gravestone is in the Medford burying g