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about 1725, and Samuel Sprague of Stoneham 4 Ap. 1740; Thomas, b. 9 Dec. 1702; John, b. 3 Mar. 1703-4, prob. the mariner of whose estate William Prentice and Matthew Johnson were appointed administrators 4 May 1738; Elizabeth, b. 22 Aug. 1705, m. Matthew Johnson of Chs. 9 May 1726; Henry, b. 25 Nov. 1706; William, b. 24 July 1708;Matthew Johnson of Chs. 9 May 1726; Henry, b. 25 Nov. 1706; William, b. 24 July 1708; Hepzibah, b. 29 Oct. 1709, m. William Badger of Chs. 29 June 1727, and——Underwood of Boston before 1771; her son John Badger was brought up by his uncle William Prentice. Thomas the f. was styled a brickmaker, and res. on the westerly side of Garden Street, opposite to the Botanic Garden; the cellar and well were visible recentlyon; Hannah, b. 18 Feb. 1669-70, m.——Elson; John, b. 18 Mar. 1671-2, m. Ruth Johnson of Woburn, had children, and d. 21 Dec. 1755; Mary, b. 15 June 1674, m. Matthew Johnson, Jr., of Woburn 12 Dec. 1695; Timothy, b. 20 Oct. 1678, m. Persis Kendall, had children, and d. 17 Oct. 1758; Thomas, b. 15 July 1682, m. Sarah Sawyer, and d.
7, d. young; Mary, bap. 2 Ap. 1699, m. Francis Kidder 13 Feb. 1717-18, Philip Cook about 1725, and Samuel Sprague of Stoneham 4 Ap. 1740; Thomas, b. 9 Dec. 1702; John, b. 3 Mar. 1703-4, prob. the mariner of whose estate William Prentice and Matthew Johnson were appointed administrators 4 May 1738; Elizabeth, b. 22 Aug. 1705, m. Matthew Johnson of Chs. 9 May 1726; Henry, b. 25 Nov. 1706; William, b. 24 July 1708; Hepzibah, b. 29 Oct. 1709, m. William Badger of Chs. 29 June 1727, and——Underwood Matthew Johnson of Chs. 9 May 1726; Henry, b. 25 Nov. 1706; William, b. 24 July 1708; Hepzibah, b. 29 Oct. 1709, m. William Badger of Chs. 29 June 1727, and——Underwood of Boston before 1771; her son John Badger was brought up by his uncle William Prentice. Thomas the f. was styled a brickmaker, and res. on the westerly side of Garden Street, opposite to the Botanic Garden; the cellar and well were visible recently. He d. 7 Dec. 1709, a. 33 ears 3 months and 12 days, as inscribed on his gravestone; his w. Mary m. Nathaniel Robbins before 1720, and Samuel Lyon of Roxbury 24 Nov. 1742, after whose death she returned to her former dwelling, and d. here 2 Mar.
and he m. Hannah Rockwell of Chs. 9 Nov. 1665. His chil. were Elizabeth, b. 26 July 1653, m. David Fiske; twins, b. 14 Nov. 1654, both d. in infancy; Samuel, b. 29 Ap. 1656, prob. the physician of that name in Chs.; Abigail, b. 27 June 1658; George, b. 14 Sept. 1660; William, b. 22 Sept. 1662; Sarah, b. 12 Feb. 1664-5, m.——Robinson; Hannah, b. 18 Feb. 1669-70, m.——Elson; John, b. 18 Mar. 1671-2, m. Ruth Johnson of Woburn, had children, and d. 21 Dec. 1755; Mary, b. 15 June 1674, m. Matthew Johnson, Jr., of Woburn 12 Dec. 1695; Timothy, b. 20 Oct. 1678, m. Persis Kendall, had children, and d. 17 Oct. 1758; Thomas, b. 15 July 1682, m. Sarah Sawyer, and d. 18 Aug. 1736. George the f. was a farmer, res. in Woburn, and d. 21 Feb. 1705-6, a. 77; his w. Hannah survived. 3. George, s. of George (2), m. Abigail, dau. of Thomas Peirce, 18 Feb. 1684-5; she d. 9 Sept. 1719, a. nearly 59, and he m. wid. Sybil Rice of Sudbury 24 May 1721. His chil. were Abigail, b. 6 Feb. 1685-6, m. Capt.
now very well, that the said mill was demolished a considerable time before John Ralph [Rolfe] bought that place, and so were the other buildings; except some small ruins thereof were to be seen when said Ralph came there to live; and the said John Ralph built the mill that is now there standing, and the house and the barn; and the said Ralph bought the timber for the wheels, the irons for said mill, and the millstones, of this deponent's father and his uncle Josiah Convers; and that Lieut. Matthew Johnson, late of Woburn, built the said mill for said Ralph; that is to say, he did the millwright work thereof; and this deponent did work at the said mill and dwelling-house, for the aforesaid John Ralph, who paid him honestly for the same; and this mill and house is the same, that is now in controversy between Mr. Cothoo [Carthew], attorney to Mr. Quick, and William Cutter. Sworn in Court, January 28, 1697.Attest, Addington Davenport, Clerk. 1704. William Cutter having a dam made
issued to a committee to repair to said Highway as soon as may be, and remove any incumbrance that may be deemed a common nuisance. . . . The committee reported, March 10, 1695-6, that they had laid open the country road except a short space by the house of Caleb Brooks, he having planted an orchard thereon, which bears fruit, he promises to allow a free and convenient passage through his yard until the next County Court . . On that same day William Johnson, Thomas Welsh, senior, and Matthew Johnson testified that the said Highway from Woburn and Reding, running by Caleb Brooks' to Menotomy Mills and so on to Cambridge, according as the former committee appointed by the County Court laid it out, was improved as a Highway by Woburn and Charlestown, for many years before they laid it out. The return of the committee was considered by the Court: It being an ancient Highway, saving that the way go through the orchard of Caleb Brooks, shall be through said Brooks his yard, it being jud