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fever, 13 Sept. 1780. Mss Sally d. 16 Nov. 1792, a. 23, and Miss Elizabeth d. 11 Feb. 1793, a. 20; possibly his daughters. 12. Walter, s. of Walter (10), m. Anna Tufts, 10 Apr. 1793. See Wyman, 296. 13. Henry, a nephew of William (1), m. Sarah Cook, 13 Nov. 1774. Eunice, his dau. m. John Goddard, 21 Dec. 1806 (see Wyman, 297). Abigail of Camb. (perhaps niece of Henry) m. Ephraim Frost, 3d, 4 Nov. 1821. Anna C. (perhaps sister of Abigail), of Camb., m. William Everett, of Bedford, 31 Julythe Admiral, and discharged in exchange 6 June, 1775—Mass. Hist. Coll., i. (4th s.), 262. 5. Joseph, s. of Thomas (2), d. 21 Sept. 1798, a. 81; his w. Sa-Rah d. 28 Oct. 1801, a. 71. She was adm. to Pct. ch. 11 Apr. 1756. Joseph Frost and Sarah Cook were m. 8 Feb. 1753—fee 1/2 Dol. Had James, b. 9 June, bap. 18 Nov. 1753; Joseph, b. 14, bap. 16 Jan. 1757; Sarah, b. 8, bap. 10 Aug. 1760, d. Miss Sarah, 22 Sept. 1837, a. 77; Elizabeth, b. 12, bap. 23 Dec. 1764, Betsy m. Benjamin Hurd of Char
Disreputable House. --Martha Edwards, Sarah Cook, and S. M. Cook, charged with being persons of evil fame, and keeping a house of bad repute on French Garden Hill, were held to bail by the Mayor for their good behavior. Mrs. Edwards lives on 9th street, and proved that she kept a boarding-house; but the evidence of her neighbors fixed her guilt in the mind of his Honor.