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t's father and his uncle Josiah Convers; and that Lieut. Matthew Johnson, late of Woburn, built the said mill for said Ralph; that is to say, he did the millwright work thereof; and this deponent did work at the said mill and dwelling-house, for the aforesaid John Ralph, who paid him honestly for the same; and this mill and house is the same, that is now in controversy between Mr. Cothoo [Carthew], attorney to Mr. Quick, and William Cutter. Sworn in Court, January 28, 1697.Attest, Addington Davenport, Clerk. 1704. William Cutter having a dam made over a brook, called Landing-Place Brook, near said William Cutter's house in Cambridge, otherwise called the Mill Brook, to raise a pond for his sawmill; he in that place flowed William Russell's lands in 1703 and 1704, and suit was brought 1704.—County Court Records. This may be the same liberty of making a dam, conveyed to William Cutter in 1685, and granted to the Widow Rolfe in 1681. The dam was at Cyrus Cutter's privilege.