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difficulty of getting to Boston, and the small number of families in Cambridge for the students to associate with, there must have been a good deal of familiarity among all undergraduates. Six pounds were raised this year for the necessary expenses of the Precinct. 1742 The remarks found in the Rev. Mr. Cooke's diary are continued: 1742, Jan. 3.—P. M., went to Boston, visited Mr. Allen, Phillips, Eliot, Hurd—cui pecun. red. £ 14; returned by the way of Cambridge; called on Mr. Emerson, Mayhew, Gay, Wheelwright. The sea between Boston and Charlestown was as firm for passage as the solid ground. Jan. 4.—Heard Mr. Will. Fessenden twice, Ps. 89:7, and Num. 23: 10—at home. The prudential committee of the Precinct is this year reduced from five members to three. 1743 Out of five deaths recorded in the Northwest Precinct of Cambridge for this year, two were of persons who hanged themselves, viz., Caesar Cutter, servt. of Dea.—who hanged himself—June 26,
rederic H. Hedge ordained minister of Church and Parish, West Cambridge. Dismissed March 9, 1835. A few more particulars, from the records, regarding Dr. Hedge's ministry are inserted in a note. The Rev. Frederic Henry Hedge was ordained minister of the Congregational Church and Parish in West Cambridge, May 20, 1829. The churches invited to assist in his ordination actually represented, were as follows: University Church; Dr. Lowell's, Boston; Third in Roxbury; Church in Brookline; Mr. Emerson's, Boston; Mr. Palfrey's, Boston; Mr. Brazer's, Salem; Church in Watertown; Church in Medford; Church in Brighton; Mr. Ripley's, Waltham; Mr. Whitman's, do.; Church in Lexington; Church in Weston; Church in Cambridgeport. The public services of the occasion were performed by the following persons: Introductory Prayer, Rev. Mr. Austin; Sermon, Rev. Mr. Francis; Ordaining Prayer, Rev. Dr. Gray; Charge, Rev. Dr. Pierce; Right Hand of Fellowship, Rev. Mr. Ripley; Address to the People, Rev.
homas, was born in Reading. old style, 31-11—1658, or new style, 31 Jan. 1659, and married Lucy Ann Emerson, 15 May, 1683. Their fourth son, and ninth child, Thomas, was born at Reading, 25 Dec. 1iot. [Eliot, a minister, baptized Mary, dau. of Jeduthun Wellington, here, 25 May, 1783.] Emerson. Robert, and Hannah Perkins, m. 17 Nov. 1836. Emmons, Hannah, m. Daniel Champney, Jr., 22 Se. William L. Clark, 17 May, 1840. Park, and Parks, Dolly, m. Benjamin Putnam, 21 Aug. 1803. Emerson, had Henry, d. 29 July, 1835, a. 14; Alfred, bap. 28 Nov. 1824; Sarah Ann, bap. 1 Oct. 1826. EEmerson was chosen deacon of the ch. (provisionally) 8 Apr. 1841. Parker, Ebenezer, of Stoneham. m. Anna Williams, of Camb., 25 Oct. 1749—fee 20s. Anna—late Williams—was dism. from this ch. to StGeohagan; Wyman's Chas., 944. Thorpe, George, s. of Thomas, d. 6 Mar. 1842, a. 16. A son of Emerson, d. 26 Sept. 1842, a. 2 days. William Henry, d. 14 Mar. 1843, a. 14. (Thomas Thorpe, d. 27
, 39, 40, 74, 75, 167, 169, 202, 211, 213, 218,234, 236, 256, 268, 276, 277, 279, 326, 334 Dupee, 164 Durant or Durrant, 235 Durgin, 165, 172, 349 Durnam, 342, 343 Dutton, 235, 248 Dwelley, 164 Eames, 10, 183 Earl, 199, 235 Eastman, 235, 266, 341 Eaton, 140, 236, 272-74, 279, 301 Eckley, 203 Eddy, 119, 208, 235, 236 Edes, 44 Edwards, 30, 231, 236 Eliot, 31, 32, 106, 234, 236, 305, 314 Ellery, 58 Elliot, see Eliot Ellis, 344, 345, 349 Emerson, 32, 118, 137, 228, 236, 282,340 Emmons, 90, 203, 204, 214, 236 Emory, 236, 278 Estabrook & Estabrooks, 106, 108, 110, 112, 160, 176, 188, 230, 236, 237, 255, 291, 298, 299, 302, 312, 324 Eustis, 83 Everett, 228, 233, 237, 278, 319 Fairbanks, 164 Fallon, 347 Faloon, 237, 268 Farmer, 94, 96, 140, 171, 177, 224, 237, 238 Farnsworth, 287, 340 Farrer, 228 Farrington, 237 Fay, 166, 212, 287, 299 Felt, 73 Felton, 144 Ferguson, 166, 237, 346 Fesse