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. 1794, a. 84. 9. Thomas, s. of John (7), m. Elizabeth Cook, 6 Dec. 1771, and had Thomas, b. 30 Oct. 1772; ouse. His w. d. 17 Ap. 1785, a. 41, and he m. Mercy Cook, 4 Feb. 1787. He d. 1 Dec. 1812, a. 70. Bartlettan was a tailor, and was early appointed Steward and Cook of Harvard College, which last office he held until rited the homestead; succeeded his father as College Cook; and the Corporation voted, 23 July 1686, that he hege Smith, 1675; and succeeded his brother as College Cook and Steward. He inherited his father's estate on teeded his uncle in the office of Steward and College Cook, in 1703, and so satisfactorily performed the duties0 July 1650, who died 21 Mar. 1672-3; third, to Elizabeth Cook, 19 Aug. 1673; this last wife survived him, andy 9 Dec. 1762. Mary, m. James Leah 21 July 1768. Cook (or Cooke), George, came to New England in 1635 in te Family.] 17. Samuel, s. of Solomon (9), m. Elizabeth Cook 23 Dec. 1736, and had Lydia, b. 11 Mar. 1737-8,
d. in the almshouse, 13 Feb. 1794, a. 84. 9. Thomas, s. of John (7), m. Elizabeth Cook, 6 Dec. 1771, and had Thomas, b. 30 Oct. 1772; Elizabeth, b. 12 Jan. 1774, southwesterly of the Court House. His w. d. 17 Ap. 1785, a. 41, and he m. Mercy Cook, 4 Feb. 1787. He d. 1 Dec. 1812, a. 70. Bartlett, Joseph, in. Mary Wayte, 27d and fifty years. Mr. Bordman was a tailor, and was early appointed Steward and Cook of Harvard College, which last office he held until his death. He resigned the ew the f. was a tailor; inherited the homestead; succeeded his father as College Cook; and the Corporation voted, 23 July 1686, that he henceforward manage the office, and also to serve as College Smith, 1675; and succeeded his brother as College Cook and Steward. He inherited his father's estate on the westerly side of Dunster is official duties. He succeeded his uncle in the office of Steward and College Cook, in 1703, and so satisfactorily performed the duties of Steward for a period of
Elder Clark was on the southerly side of South Street near its junction with Holyoke Street. He was three times married (first, to Sarah——, who died 20 Feb. 1649-50; second, to Elizabeth Clark, 30 July 1650, who died 21 Mar. 1672-3; third, to Elizabeth Cook, 19 Aug. 1673; this last wife survived him, and became the third wife of Deac. Walter Hastings, 7 Jan. 1702-3, whom also she survived. By these several wives he had seventeen children, as follows: Thomas, b. 2 Dec. 1642, d. 20 May 1649; Sar Farms (Lexington), 1690. He m. Martha, dau. of William Munroe, 21 June 1688, and had David, b. 11 Jan. 1695-6; Elizabeth, b. 29 Jan. 1700-1, and probably others. Ruha-Mah Comee m. Isaac Corey 9 Dec. 1762. Mary, m. James Leah 21 July 1768. Cook (or Cooke), George, came to New England in 1635 in the same vessel with Rev. Thomas Shepard. He was then twenty-five years of age. He and his brother, Joseph Cook, were registered as servants to Roger Harlakenden. The position, however, which th
her of the late Amos Binney, Navy Agent at Boston. Rev. Mr. Prentice was dismissed from his charge at Grafton 10 July 1747, on account of his favoring the preaching of Whitefield. He afterwards preached in Easton a few years, then in Bellingham, then in Hull from 1768 to 1772, and afterwards returned to Grafton, where he d. 22 May 1773, a. 68. [For most of the particulars in this paragraph, I am indebted to Binney's History of the Prentice Family.] 17. Samuel, s. of Solomon (9), m. Elizabeth Cook 23 Dec. 1736, and had Lydia, b. 11 Mar. 1737-8, m. Samuel Whitney of Wat. 15 Jan. 1765; Elizabeth, b. 2 Ap. 1741, d. here unm. 10 Aug. 1817. Samuel the f. res. in Wat. and d. between 30 Sept. and 6 Nov. 1749. His w. Elizabeth survived. 18. Ebenezer, s. of Solomon (9), m. Sarah Peirce of Chs. 21 Aug. 1735, and had Ebenezer, b. 4 Mar. 1736-7; Solomon, b. 24 Ap. and d. 24 May 1739; Sarah, b. 20 Aug. 1741, m. John Robbins of Lex. 14 May 1761; Solomon, b. 14 Mar. 1743-4; George, b. 27 S
y consisted of a widow and five children, Col. Barr of the U. S. A., stationed at St. Paul, being one of them. His place of business in Arlington was at Schouler's mill. When Bethel Lodge, No. 12, Arlington, was reinstituted in 1866, he was one of its most energetic supporters. He was an honored guest when this lodge dedicated its new and elegant hall in Bank Block, and on that occasion made a pleasant congratulatory address.—Essex Eagle; Arlington Advocate. Barrett, Thomas, and Elizabeth Cook, both Cambridge, m. 6 Dec. 1771. Ruthy, dau. of Thomas—Camb.—bap. 23 July, 1775. (See Paige, 484.) Mrs. Barrett—at the almshouse—d. 18 Apr. 1841, a. 39. Barry or Berry. Woman from Boston at Mr. Barry's, d. 11 Apr. 1746. James, d. 21 June, 1748, a. 53. Widow Elizabeth —old age—d. 21 Apr. 1765, a. 70. Pina—Indian servant—late Mrs. Barry's—d. 2 Feb. 1776, a. 84. Bathrick, Elizabeth, W. Of John, was adm. to Pct. ch. 10 Aug. 1740; she d. 18 June, 1747, a. 39. John,
Errors. --The name of the woman who was before C. S. Commissioner Watson last Friday on charge of harboring a deserter, John H. Kaddex, is Elizabeth Cook, not Mosby, as published. Mrs. Cook is well known to the residents of Manchester. Errors. --The name of the woman who was before C. S. Commissioner Watson last Friday on charge of harboring a deserter, John H. Kaddex, is Elizabeth Cook, not Mosby, as published. Mrs. Cook is well known to the residents of Manchester.
Errors --The name of the woman who was before C. S Commissioner Watson last Friday, on charge of harboring a deserter, John H Maddox, is Elizabeth Cook, not Mosby, as published Mrs. Cook is well known to the residents of Manchester. Errors --The name of the woman who was before C. S Commissioner Watson last Friday, on charge of harboring a deserter, John H Maddox, is Elizabeth Cook, not Mosby, as published Mrs. Cook is well known to the residents of Manchester.
Negroes to hire and Stable for rent. --An excellent Cook and Washer and a Boy, 10 years old, accustomed to waiting on the table. Also, for rent a Stable suitable for two horses and a buyer with provender room attached. Apply to office of 1st Auditor of Treasury Department. jy 2--5t*