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Payne, Ebenezer Francis, and Andrew Craigie, being tenants in common of lands at and near Lechmere Point, with their associates, as the Lechmere Point Corporation. Within the next two months the several proprietors conveyed their shares to the Corporation at the nominal price of five dollars. Streets and lots of suitable size were laid out; but the records indicate that the sales of land were few. The first deed of a house-lot, entered on record, is dated Aug. 20, 1810, and conveys to Samuel S. Green the lot on the northeasterly corner of Cambridge and Second streets, where he resided more than threescore years, and where he died, Sept. 8, 1872. One store-lot, on Bridge Street, had previously been sold to Aaron Bigelow, but the deed was not placed on record so early as the other. The records exhibit only ten deeds of lots given by the Corporation, until Sept. 20, 1813, when a sale was made to Jesse Putnam, which contributed materially to the prosperity of the new village; this lot
ion to use the church; and it very naturally occurred to them that if such a house should be erected, it would be well to place it where it would best accommodate the whole town. Some of these facts are stated on the authority of the late Samuel S. Green, Esq., as within his personal knowledge. The result was the insertion of an article in the Warrant for the next town-meeting, Nov. 1, 1830, to see if the town will erect a Town-house on the Almshouse lot, or some other suitable spot, as prayd others. This article was referred to a committee consisting of three prominent citizens in each section of the town, to wit: Samuel P. P. Fay, Royal Makepeace, John Cook, Stephen Higginson, Asahel Stearns, Levi Farwell, William Parmenter, Samuel S. Green, and Ephraim Buttrick. This committee reported, March 7, 1831, that, having considered the subject, it is, in their opinion, expedient that a town-house should be erected on the easterly part of the almshouse lot in the parish of Cambridgep
9. Thomas Mason, 1808-1813, 1815. Benjamin Bigelow, 1810, 1811, 1814, 1825, 1826, 1831-1835. Royal Makepeace, 1814. Thomas Austin, 1814, 1815. Nathaniel Livermore, 1815. Loammi Baldwin, 1816. Richard H. Dana, 1816, 1817. Rufus Fisk, 1816, 1818, 1837. William Hilliard, 1817-1819. Jabez Fisher, 1819. Wm. J. Whipple, 1820-1841. Isaac Train, 1820, 1821. Luke Hemenway, 1820-1822. Deming Jarvis, 1822, 1823. Lusher Gay, 1823. Peter Tufts, Jr., 1824. Samuel S. Green, 1824-1837, 1843– 1846. John Wheeler, 1827-1830. John Trowbridge, 1836. Eliphalet Davis, 1838, 1839. Abraham P. Sherman, 1838, 1839. William H. Odiorne, 1840. Ezekiel Hayden, 1840. Ira Wadsworth, 1841, 1842, 1847. Sidney Willard, 1841. Lucius R. Paige, 1842-1846. Jacob H. Bates, 1842, 1843. Omen S. Keith, 1844. Royal Morse, 1845, 1846. Jonas Wyeth 2d, 1847-1849. James Luke, 1847. Josiah W. Cook, 1848, 1849, 1855. Edward G. Stevens, 1848-1850, 1854. W