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Matthew Cradock. by Walter K. Watkins of Malden. [Read before the Medford Historical Society,
It was in this locality that Governor Cradock passed several years of his youth, amongs plan for the payment of £ 1,200, disbursed by Cradock.
November 25 and 30 and December 1, 1629, Ge 's farm.
Under date of September 13, 1636, Cradock writes to Governor Winthrop, mainly in regard this that the house stood in the east part of Cradock's lands, adjoining Wilson and Nowell lands, i seem there was none other.
April 26, 1641, Cradock grants Josiah Dawstin of Mistick at Medford i c Side and was held valid by Oldham in 1629.
Cradock suggested his claim might be prevented by cau
His advice seems to have been followed by Cradock's possession of part the land in dispute.
obably built in 1634, at the joint expense of Cradock and Edward How, they each owning one-half.
M wgh they have beene verry heavey & greate.
Cradock was a member of the Parliament which sat Apri [56 more...]