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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 8 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 23, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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bap. 18 May 1777, m. Charlotte Hawes of Canton, 26 Nov. 1801, removed to Leicester; David, bap. 22 Aug. 1779, m. Hannah Brown of Concord, 13 June 1805, was a wheelwright here, and a Baptist clergyman at Wendell; Isaac, bap. 27 Jan. 1782, m. Catherine Johnson 3 Aug. 1806, and d. in Boston 14 Mar. 1823; Benjamin, bap. 4 Ap. 1784, m. Persis Fullerton 25 Sept. 1808; Elizabeth, b. 24 Ap 1788, d. young; Stephen the f. was a wheelwright, and res. on North Avenue, nearly opposite to Porter's Hotel. He an Assistant from 1652 to 1686 excepting 1676, in which the prejudice against the Praying Indians, whom he befriended, prevented his election. He was elected Captain of the Cambridge band, or military company, before 1652, and was described by Johnson as a Kentish soldier, a very forward man to advance martial discipline, and. withal the truths of Christ. He became Major of the Middlesex Regiment in 1676, and was very active in raising and furnishing troops in Philip's War. In 1681 he was ap
bap. 18 May 1777, m. Charlotte Hawes of Canton, 26 Nov. 1801, removed to Leicester; David, bap. 22 Aug. 1779, m. Hannah Brown of Concord, 13 June 1805, was a wheelwright here, and a Baptist clergyman at Wendell; Isaac, bap. 27 Jan. 1782, m. Catherine Johnson 3 Aug. 1806, and d. in Boston 14 Mar. 1823; Benjamin, bap. 4 Ap. 1784, m. Persis Fullerton 25 Sept. 1808; Elizabeth, b. 24 Ap 1788, d. young; Stephen the f. was a wheelwright, and res. on North Avenue, nearly opposite to Porter's Hotel. He an Assistant from 1652 to 1686 excepting 1676, in which the prejudice against the Praying Indians, whom he befriended, prevented his election. He was elected Captain of the Cambridge band, or military company, before 1652, and was described by Johnson as a Kentish soldier, a very forward man to advance martial discipline, and. withal the truths of Christ. He became Major of the Middlesex Regiment in 1676, and was very active in raising and furnishing troops in Philip's War. In 1681 he was ap
Sundries. --Yesterday, before the Recorder, Bob slave of James Thomas, was ordered 39 lashes for cutting Tom, slave of C. M. Nimmo. The latter, arrested for fighting in the street, was let off. --Lewis Close, was committed until to-day for examination for fighting in the Star Saloon. --Jas.A. Clarke, found in possession of 18 glass tumblers, supposed to have been stolen, was acquitted.--Peter Lawson gave Emanuel Rebman as surety on the charge of assaulting Cary Bolton.--Wm. Scott, colored, was ordered 25 lashes for using indecent and abusive language to Catherine Johnson, white. The prisoner appealed and gave security to appear before the Hustings Court.--A. J. Cox, charged with indecently exposing his person in the street, was tried and acquitted.