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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., An eighteenth century enterprise. (search)
gail (wife)   Antony.   Jonathan   Abigail   Moses   Hulda Hadley, Samuel, Jr.Stoneham, Apr. 6, 1768Tenant of Thos. Sprague   Rebecca (wife) Hains, AquilaBostonAug. 9, 1763A transient person. Hains, DorcasBoston,June, 1766Mar. 2, 1767Scotchman. Gardener. In employ of Col. Royall. Hair, JohnBoston,April 21, 1769Oct. 8, 1770 Hall, AndrewBoston,September, 1769.   (wife)   AbigailChildren And Andrew Greenough.   Elizabeth   Mary   Anna   Rebeckah   Eunice   Susannah Hall JohnPortsmouth,Apr. 14, 1762Jan. 1, 1763Single man. In employ of Col. Royall. Hall, JohnBoston,Oct. 7, 1766Mar. 2, 1767 Hall, JosephJan. 30, 1791Hatter.   Joseph PattenJan. 30, 1791 Hall, MosesAnnapolis, abt.Nov. 1, 1770Jan. 30, 1791Boarder in house of Isaac Hall. Hall, WilliamBostonApr. 3, 1762Single man. Gardener. In employ of Col. Royall. July 23, 1766 Hall, WilliamJan. 30, 1791Laborer. Hall, ZacheriahHaverhill, abt.Mar. 13, 1754In family of his brother,
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., Some old Medford houses and estates. (search)
e sold to Mr. Bradshaw three-fourths of an acre of land, the land being that upon which his dwelling house stands. This land was bounded east upon the country road; north and south on Thomas Willis. This house stood on the westerly side of Woburn street, near the northerly corner of the Lucy Ann Brooks estate. There was an old house that stood on the corner of High and Grove streets, on land formerly of Captain Timothy Wheeler, and it was sold by his grandson, Mr. Ebenezer Prout, to Messrs. John and Stephen Francis. It subsequently became a part of the Brooks estate. This estate contained sixty acres of land, and was bounded westerly, on Mistick Pond; southerly, on the way to the Weares; easterly, on the road to Woburn, and northerly, on a ditch and hedge. The deed to the Messrs. Francis was dated March 2, 1692. Mr. Thomas Willis built a house on the northerly side of the way to Woburn, at the foot of the hill known as Marm Simonds' Hill. It is supposed to have been built