sWaltham, Feb. 16, 1773Apprentice to Ebenr.
Brigden, TimothyAug. 31, 1797
Bright, JonathanCharlestown, Sept. 9, 1760In family of Samuel Wakefield.
3 months old.
Anna (wife)Woburn (no date)In house of Abigail Brooks.
Brothers, SarahReading, Sept., 1763Nov. 30, 1763Dau.
Mrs. Thos. Richardson.
Brown, AbigailBoston, Oct. 2, 1759Nov. 21, 1759Taken in by Phebe Tufts.
Bucknam, EbenezerStoneham, abt. May 1, 1764Dec. 3, 1764
Mary (wife) Sarah (child)
Buckman, Edward（Bucknam） Sarah (wife) & negro VenusStoneham, May 4, 1763Tenant of Col. I. Royall.
Bucknam, Jacob Lyclia (wife) & childBraintree, April, 1756Nov. 27, 1756
Bucknam James (child)Notice from Town of Boston, Aug. 27, 1803.
Bucknam, JamesMaiden, Dec., 1764Mar. 1, 1765
Mary (wife) Mary Children Phoebe Children James Children Ebenezer Children William Children Joses Children
Bucknam, JamesJan. 30, 1791
Just above where the railroad crosses the street, on the left were Alexander Gregg's stables. Mr. Gregg was a prominent man in town affairs, having been a butcher, then a schoolmaster, then doing a large business teaming.
He served in town offices and in the Legislature.
The last house on the right, gambrel-roofed, is the old Blanchard house, now occupied by daughter and granddaughter of Mr. Gilbert Blanchard, who bought the place of Mr. Dudley Hall.
Here for several years Mrs. Buckman kept a private school for boys and girls.
Mr. Blanchard kept a grocery store in the brick building, corner of Ship and Salem streets.
Many others might be mentioned who have borne an important part in the old street's history, but space forbids.
Jonathan Porter's store (Porter's corner) at the square has been reached.
The street was named beginning at this corner.
Some of its ships.
Ship Gem of the Ocean, 730 tons, built by Hayden & Cudworth, was launched at midnight, Aug. 4, 18