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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 4 0 Browse Search
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se of publique enterteinment at Cambridge. This license was renewed from year to year, until 1673, in which year he probably died, as the license to keep an ordinary was granted to his widow Elizabeth in Ap. 1674; she d. 26 June 1680, aged about 61, and was succeeded by her son Andrew. This ordinary, house of entertainment, or tavern, was the original Blue Anchor Tavern, and stood at the N. E. corner of Brighton and Mt. Auburn streets. 2. Andrew, s. of Andrew (1), m. Sarah, dau. of Jonathan Gilbert of Hartford, and had Andrew, b. in Hartford 12 March 1671-2; Elizabeth, b. in Camb. 12 Jan. 1677-8, m. Daniel Oliver of Boston 23 April 1696; [she was mother of Daniel, H. C. 1722, a merchant, who d. in London 5 July 1727; of Andrew, H. C. 1724, Secretary and Lieut.-governor of Mass.; and of Peter, H. C. 1730, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Mrs. Oliver d. 21 May 1735.] Mary, b. in Chs. 7 Mar. 1679-80, m. George Vaughn of Portsmouth, and d. 3 Feb. 1699-1700; Jonathan, b. in Camb.
se of publique enterteinment at Cambridge. This license was renewed from year to year, until 1673, in which year he probably died, as the license to keep an ordinary was granted to his widow Elizabeth in Ap. 1674; she d. 26 June 1680, aged about 61, and was succeeded by her son Andrew. This ordinary, house of entertainment, or tavern, was the original Blue Anchor Tavern, and stood at the N. E. corner of Brighton and Mt. Auburn streets. 2. Andrew, s. of Andrew (1), m. Sarah, dau. of Jonathan Gilbert of Hartford, and had Andrew, b. in Hartford 12 March 1671-2; Elizabeth, b. in Camb. 12 Jan. 1677-8, m. Daniel Oliver of Boston 23 April 1696; [she was mother of Daniel, H. C. 1722, a merchant, who d. in London 5 July 1727; of Andrew, H. C. 1724, Secretary and Lieut.-governor of Mass.; and of Peter, H. C. 1730, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Mrs. Oliver d. 21 May 1735.] Mary, b. in Chs. 7 Mar. 1679-80, m. George Vaughn of Portsmouth, and d. 3 Feb. 1699-1700; Jonathan, b. in Camb.