Stone was preserved for centuries.
A letter which Cradock wrote Endicott, in 1628, states it was written from his house in St. Swithin's Lagarding allotments of land and a general letter of instructions to Endicott were acted upon.
Meetings were held June 11, June 17, and July ered whipped for scandalous speeches against the General Court.
Endicott had sailed as agent of the company, and arrived at Salem, September dyinge.
The company's first general letter of instructions to Endicott was dated at Gravesend, April 17, 1629.
Among other matters it meter of the company were sent in his care.
In case of the death of Endicott, Mr. Skelton or Sharpe was to assume command.
In case of Sharpe's
It is more probable, however, that bark was built at Salem, under Endicott's directions or his predecessors, at Cape Ann.
It was not till six shipwrights, as mentioned in the letter of April 17, 1629, to Endicott.
That the prominent men of the Bay Company appreciated Cradock'