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Nathan Blodget, non-resident Ebenezer Swan, jr. Nehemiah Estabrook Ephraim Cook Thomas Eliot Charles Cutter Gershom Cutter, jr. Andrew Cutter Daniel Reed Ebenezer Swan, senior Gershom Swan Benjamin Wilson William Locke Benjamin Locke, jr. Ebenezer Hill Simeon Crosby Cambridge, July 21, 1787. Thomas Green, Pastor of the Baptist Society in said place. For the Committee of the Northwest Parish in Cambridge. 1788 Mr. Thaddeus Fiske's anthe purchasing a small library, and whether the meetings shall be held in turn in each of the wings: Francis Locke was moderator. The speakers were Jonathan and Francis Locke, A. Cutter, Joseph Shaw, Thomas Knox, S. Peirce, J. Estabrooks and William Locke, all of whom lived in the upper part of the town. The speeches have now no interest. The report makes fifteen pages of a small blank book. —Letter of J. B. Russell. This was probably a neighborhood meeting, preliminary to a regular Precinct
dry goods and grocery store. There were seven groceries in the town at this period, kept by William Locke, Tufts & Adams, Thomas Russell, Walter Russell, William S. Brooks and Miles Gardner, besidesommittees4 11 Gardner & Johnson, for Sundries and Refreshment to Surveyors of highways9 63 William Locke & Son, do. do.8 94 Ebenezer Thompson. for Notifications and Warning town meetings11 25 Geer at 60 do.2 25 —— 127 18 Highway. Samuel Hall, for making the County Road, from William Locke's to Lexington line1067 50 For Repairing and Amending the highways530 40 —— 1587 90 —— or discharging non-resident taxes35 75 Daniel Burbeck, Surveyor, for work on highways13 38 William Locke & Son, for refreshments to Surveyor of highways14 67 Estate of the late Samuel Hill, for doimball Farmer, 1828; Thomas Thorp, 1828; Isaac Shattuck, 1828; Isaac Locke, 1828-1830, 1832; William Locke, 2d, 1829, 1841; William Cotting, 1829-1831; Samuel Butterfield, 1829, 1831; Abner Peir
n, 1832, 1833, 1835. Joshua Avery, 1834, 1836, 1837. James Russell, Esq., 1838, 1839 (resigned), 1841, 1842. William Locke, 2d, 1838-40. Jesse P. Pattee, 1840. George Stearns, 1843. Josiah H. Russell, 1844. Joseph O. Wellington, 184 Thomas Russell, Jr., 1809-25. James Perry, 1813-22. Walter Russell, 1813-18. Benjamin Locke, 1819-22. William Locke, 2d, 1823-26, 1836 (thanks of town voted 1837, for his long and faithful services). Jonathan Frost, 1823-25. Chaniel Adams, 1812, 1813. Isaac Locke, 1812-16, 1820-25, 1835-38. John Adams, 1816. James Hill, 1817-19. William Locke, Jr., 1817-19, 2d, 1820, 1821, Jr., 1822, 2d, 1823-25, Esq., 1842, 1843, 1846. Joshua Avery, 1820-22, 1838. Miles ssenden, 1838. William W. Wellington, 1838 (excused). Samuel L. Cutter, 1838. Rev. Timothy C. Tingley, 1839-41. William Locke, 2d, 1839 (excused). John Fowle, 1839, 1840. Abner Peirce, 1839. Mansur W. Marsh, 1839-41, 1848, 1850. Nath
rd, had Jane, bap. here 21 Dec. 1777. Family at Charlestown with sm.—pox 1788–Wyman, 765. Pomroy, Robert, of Bedford, m. Elizabeth Hassell of Chas. this Pct. 27 Nov. 1740. See Wyman, 765. Pool, Scipio, of Medford, m. Rose Cutler of Camb., 1 Sept. 1768. They were slaves. (For Scipio, see Hist. Medf. 438.) Mary, of Boston, m. Daniel Locke, of Northumberland, Penn., 14 Apr. 1825 (par. 15). Porter, Phebe, daughter of Samuel, of Hadley, adm. Pct. ch. 6 Sept. 1741. Hannah, m. William Locke, Jr., 20 July, 1806 (par. 22). Elizabeth, d. 12 Feb. 1828, a. 71. James, m. Hannah H. Cutter, 17 Oct. 1839 (par. 55). (Hannah H. C. Porter d. 14 July, 1865, a. 44.) Potter, Joseph S. Potter, selectman and representative of the town from 1865 to 1868, also a member of the Massachusetts Senate; now (1879) and for some years past United States Consul at Stuttgart, Germany, and well known as a writer and a man of esthetic taste. Frederick or Augustus, d. at almshouse, 1 July, 1841, a.