e wooden bridge over Meeting-house brook.
The hurrying hoofs awoke no echoes from the old meeting-house, for long ago it had been removed, having been sold at auction August 7, 1770, to Mr. John Laith for, £ 24 (O. T.); its underpinning to Mr. Benjamin Hall for £ 13, 6s. 8d., in April 1771.
The land whereon it stood was bought by Mr. Ebenezer Hall, Jr., for £ 197 (O. T.) The bell had been removed in January, 1770, to the Third Meetinghouse.
I have given you very little that is new or in anne Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Six Oliver Prescott. Copy examined Attest James Winthrop Regr
Strangers in Medford, (continued from Vol. 4, no. 3).
Jones, RebeccaDec. 24, 1755In family of Benj. Hall.
Jones, Capt. WilliamHolliston, Apr. 24, 1762Jan. 1, 1763Tavern keeper, Tenant of Col. Royall.
Kemp, AmasaGroton, August 1765Feb. 24,