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to Pct. ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739, and m. Nathaniel Francis, 31 Mar. 1743, who d. 2 Sept. 1764, a. 71. Wid. Ann Francis of Mason, was buried here, 1 Jan. 1778, a. 76—d. 31 Dec. 1777, a. 74 (g. s.). Samuel had William, d. 27 Apr. 1737, a. pr. 1740, m. Stephen Prentice of Grafton, 6 Aug. 1741; Samuel, d. young; Anne, adm. to Pct. ch. 27 Nov. 1748—dau. of Mrs. Francis—m. Walter Dickson, 3 May, 1750; Rebecca, adm. Pet. ch. 2 June, 1749—dau. of Mrs. Francis—m. Jason Dunster, 26 Oct. 1Mrs. Francis—m. Jason Dunster, 26 Oct. 1749, and rem. in 1769 to Mason, N. H.; Hannah, adm. Pet. ch. 28 Oct. 1753—dau. of Mrs. Francis—m. Joseph Tufts, Jr., of Medford, 21 Mar. 1754; Samuel. Emmon, man-servant of the Wid. Ann, aet. 27, bap. here, 25 July, 1742. See Wyman, 263, 264. 6Mrs. Francis—m. Joseph Tufts, Jr., of Medford, 21 Mar. 1754; Samuel. Emmon, man-servant of the Wid. Ann, aet. 27, bap. here, 25 July, 1742. See Wyman, 263, 264. 6. Ammi Ruhamah, brother of John (3), grad. Harv. Coll. 1725, and as Sir Cutter was adm. Camb. ch. 26 Nov. 1727, was ordained minister of North Yarmouth (now Yarmouth, Me.), 18 Nov. 1730, and dismissed 28 Nov. or 12 Dec. 1735. Was afterw
Two story wooden building, owned by Henry Gridts, and occupied by John D. Leseman. Two story wooden building, owned by John F. Schaffner, occupied by F. W. Wagner. Two story house, owned by Dr. J. F. Schaffner, occupied by P. Rinsett. Two story wooden houses, owned by F. Shulken, occupied by John R. Haseloop.--Two two story houses, owned by A. J. White, and occupied by Jacques Gotti and Ferdinand Christman. Two story wooden house, occupied by Thomas O'Sullivan. Two story house, owned by Ann Francis. Two story wooden building, owned by Catherine Pritchard, occupied by E. C. Pritchard. Ware-house, occupied by O. J. Chaffe. Two three story houses, owned by George Kinloch.--One two story house, owned by Jos Guy, occupied by E. de Purtel. One two story house, owned and occupied by Z. Miller, slightly damaged. Market Street--West Side.--The following were the sufferers on Market street: --Chisholm, five houses, occupied by Fred. Turk, Margaret Slavern, D. L. McCarthy, A. Robi