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Rachel Whitmore. May 18, 1767.Ruth Tufts, m. Thomas Binford. Nov. 1, 1770.Lydia Tufts, m. Daniel Wiswall, of Cambridge. May 14, 1772.Hannah Tufts, m. Watts Turner. Dec. 17, 1772.Mercy Tufts, m. Isaac Greenleaf. Mar., 1774.Rebecca Tufts, m. Thomas Manning. Dec. 21, 1775.Anna Tufts, m. Abel Richardson. Mar. 26, 1776.Eunice Tufts, m. Joseph Trask, of Boston. Nov. 14, 1776.Rebecca Tufts, m. Aaron Blanchard. Aug. 21, 1777.Elizabeth Tufts, m. Daniel Swan. Nov. 3, 1777.Mary Tufts, m. Daniel Collins, of Gloucester. Nov. 20, 1777.Lucy Tufts, m. Benjamin Hall, jun. Nov. 25, 1777.Mary Tufts, m. Richard Clark, of Watertown. Feb. 5, 1778.Eleanor Tufts, m. Isaac Green, of Lexington. May 19, 1778.John Tufts, m. Elizabeth Perry, of Cambridge. May 11, 1779.Benjamin Tufts, m. Lydia Francis. Nov. 24, 1779.Abigail Tufts, m. Joshua Symonds, jun. May 23, 1781.Sarah Tufts, m. Asa Richardson, of Billerica. Mar. 31, 1783.Abigail Tufts, m. Joseph Tufts, of Charlestown. Sept. 30, 1784.Rebecca
Samuel, b. about 1689. Thomas the f. d. 19 Ap. 1685, and administration was granted 4 May, to his wid. Sarah and his father, Captain Thomas Prentice. 5. John, s. of Thomas (3), cordwainer, and afterwards physician, m. Hannah Osland 1696; she d. 2 May 1704, and he m. Bethia——. He d. at Newton 4 Jan. 1720-21, naming in his will w. Bethia and six daughters, who are again named in the division of his estate 1754: Hannah, w. of Thomas Soden; Experience, w. of William Darby; Rebecca, w. of Daniel Collins; Elizabeth, unm.; Bethia, deceased; Anna, w. of Nathan Hyde, also deceased. I here dismiss the Newton family of Prentice, as since 1688 it disappears from the Camb. Records. An extensive genealogy may be found in the History of the Prentice Family by C. J. F. Binney, and the History of Newton by Francis Jackson. 6. Henry, was an early emigrant to New England, and the ancestor of the Camb. family of Prentice. He was a proprietor, and perhaps a resident. of Sudbury, but settled h
Samuel, b. about 1689. Thomas the f. d. 19 Ap. 1685, and administration was granted 4 May, to his wid. Sarah and his father, Captain Thomas Prentice. 5. John, s. of Thomas (3), cordwainer, and afterwards physician, m. Hannah Osland 1696; she d. 2 May 1704, and he m. Bethia——. He d. at Newton 4 Jan. 1720-21, naming in his will w. Bethia and six daughters, who are again named in the division of his estate 1754: Hannah, w. of Thomas Soden; Experience, w. of William Darby; Rebecca, w. of Daniel Collins; Elizabeth, unm.; Bethia, deceased; Anna, w. of Nathan Hyde, also deceased. I here dismiss the Newton family of Prentice, as since 1688 it disappears from the Camb. Records. An extensive genealogy may be found in the History of the Prentice Family by C. J. F. Binney, and the History of Newton by Francis Jackson. 6. Henry, was an early emigrant to New England, and the ancestor of the Camb. family of Prentice. He was a proprietor, and perhaps a resident. of Sudbury, but settled h
The property was, when stolen, in the possession of John H. Slater, who drove to Vauxhall's Island Friday evening about nine o'clock, and left the buggy standing near the door of a house into which he went and got supper. When he returned to look for it, it was missing. About 11o'clock the same evening, he found it in the possession of the defendants and a third person, which last escaped. The case was continued to Monday, to afford the defendants an opportunity to procure witnesses.--Daniel Collins, alias Michael Stephens, charged with being drunk and lying on a sidewalk, was discharged, upon assuring the Court that he could find his way back to his camp.--John T. Smith, the same above named, was charged with assault and battery upon Julia Selden. Case continued to Monday.--Isaac Levy appeared in discharge of his recognizance entered into Friday morning, to answer the charge of throwing stones at Martha Williams. He gave surety in $150 for his good behavior for twelve months.--Th
The election in Portsmouth. The election in Portsmouth, Va, for State and city officers and representatives, is a good specimen of what Yankee rule may do for a people. There were two tickets, which we have before us. One is headed "Administration Ticket," and bears a flag having inscribed on its folds "Free labor in Virginia." The other is headed "People's Ticket. " The Administration ticket was elected. F. W. Lemosey was chosen State Senator. James W. Brownley, a house burner, and R. E. Nash, a plug ugly, were elected to the House of Delegates. Dan. Collins, a New York ship caulker, was elected Mayor. Among the Councilmen is Rev. George Briggs, a drunken minister.--The two Constables who were elected were imported, a correspondent writes us, from "h — l or Sing Sing."
il questions. Resolved, 2d, That the Committee, in conjunction with Gov. Pierpont, call upon His Excellency the President of the United States, and the Honorable Secretary of War, and ask for the immediate removal of the Commanding General of this Department, and all other officers who have interfered with civil law; and also insist on a precise and exact adjustment of the boundaries between civil and military authorities. Resolved, 3d, That the committee be composed of His Honor Daniel Collins, Mayor of Portsmouth; His Excellency Lieutenant Governor L. C. P. Cowper, and James W. Brownley, H. D. Wm. F. Parker, Clerk to Council. With the following item from the Virginian we close this glimpse of life in the unhappy city of Norfolk: We learn that authority has been received from Washington, and certain gentlemen in Norfolk named as a commission, to ascertain the amount of property and the income of persons known to be disloyal to the Government. The report is to