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60), died 25 Feb. 1660; Daniel, born 12 Aug. 1662 (baptized 14 Sept. 1662), died 14 May, 1685. A daughter Rebecca (older than these), born and baptized in England, married Nathaniel Patten 24 Nov. 1669, and died 18 Dec. 1677 (Paige, 477; Newell's Camb. Church-Gathering, 62). In 1697 John Adams, Senior, millwright, conveyed the homestead and adjoining lots to his son Joseph Adams, husbandman, chiefly because he hath been a loving and dutiful son to me, and his mother, and liveth with us, and to S. Bull's possession in 1704-5. Part of S. Bull's estate came into John Cutter's possession, 1737-38; and Elizabeth Bathrick (John's dau.) sold Simon Holden another portion bounded north on Medford lower pond, 1746. See Wyman's Chs.; Paige's Camb. 504; and Goddin Family in Genralogies. 1724. Voted that the road leading to Watertown be removed from the northerly to the southerly side of the land reserved for a burying-place, Mr. Jason Russell and the neighborhood thereabouts manifesting
athan Butterfield, Jr. At this date Francis Locke, Jonathan Gates See Paige's Camb. 658, and Wyman's Charlestown, 403. He removed to Worcester. and Josiah Robbins two (Budington, Hist. First Ch Charlestown, 234). See Wyman's Chs 774; Paige's Camb. 632. and hence on May 21, 1739, the day Mr. Prentice's answer was publicly readed to the speedy calling out of Captain Thatcher's Cambridge company (see Hist. Camb., p. 408). The company of minute-men in the Northwest Precinct, or Menotomy (liam Ellery and Cato Wood (negro), both belonging to Charlestown. Paige, Hist. Camb. p. 410, names the Cambridge members of the company, all of whom he considers veogenitor of a great portion of the Whittemore family here. Paige, in his Hist. Camb., devotes considerable attention to him. A descendant, T. J. Whittemore, of Engleither wounded or not, as the marks left at Watson's, Corner [see Paige's Hist. Camb, 411], and on the height above Menotomy meeting-house, evinced. Nor was the das
of John, then wife of Abraham Hill, Jr., was adm. Camb. ch. 28 Oct. 1722. William (2) had Mary, bApr. 1778. Benjamin (13) and wife Mary were adm. Camb. First ch. 29 Dec. 1776; had Mary, bap. Firsis w. Mehitable—maiden name Abbott — who was adm. Camb. ch. 15 Feb. 1708, and to the Pct. ch. at en, b.—Nov. 1780; Thomas; Thomas Cutter of W. Camb. m. Nancy (Mary?) Robinson, 20 July, 1809— Lnt, Abraham, of Camb., and Charlotte Yates of W. Camb., m. 30 June, 1824. Daniel and Sarah P. Pierthe fourth generation had 134. She was adm. to Camb. ch., before marriage, 11 Jan. 1730. Zechariaapel,--Boston, 13 Sept. 1743. Francis Locke of Camb. hired Joseph Winship's place, 1768. See Wymamb., 16 Nov. 1775. Silas, m. Lydia Blodgett of Camb. 18 Nov. 1779—fee $13. David, of New Ipswich, 94. Jacob, Jr., of Lexington, m. Ann Hall of W. Camb., 11 Jan. 1818. William T., m. Isabella McLepr. 1706 (second wife), and b. 1 June, 1686, in Camb. She was adm. to Camb. 1st ch. 16 Mar. 1718. [353 mor