hide Matching Documents

The documents where this entity occurs most often are shown below. Click on a document to open it.

Document Max. Freq Min. Freq
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 46 0 Browse Search
View all matching documents...

Your search returned 46 results in 9 document sections:

f which the following is a copy, and at the head of the body delivered it to Lieut. Governor Oliver, to sign, with which he complied, after obtaining their consent to add the latter clause, implying the force by which he was compelled to do it. Mr. Mason, Clerk of the County of Middlesex, also engaged to do no one thing in obedience to the new Act of Parliament impairing our Charter. Cambridge, Sept. 2, 1774. Thomas Oliver, being appointed by his majesty to a seat at the Council Board, upde my return, I never heard one word about the affair till the night before last, when Sheriff Phipps came to my house with the Governor's order to deliver him the powder and guns; the keys of the powder-house I then delivered him, and wrote to Mr. Mason, who had the care of the guns under me, to deliver them, which I suppose he did; both I imagine were taken, but where transported I know not. I wrote to the Governor what is contained in the Hand-Bill lately printed. I did not write the Govern
s shop thereon, This lot was described in the deed as being a few rods east of Pelham's Island. which was sold by Daniel Mason to Oliver Blake, Sept. 28, 1797. William Watson sold to Josiah and Phinehas B. Hovey a large lot, two hundred feet inis estate lying east of Windsor Street and south of Harvard Street, somewhat more than six acres, to Charles Clark and Daniel Mason, who immediately divided it into small lots and brought it into the market. In 1803, he laid out into building-lots anport, fifty-five shares; Royal Makepeace, twenty-five shares; Henry Hill, ten shares; Josiah Mason, Jr., four shares; Daniel Mason, three shares; Charles Clark, three shares. The description of the canals may be briefly condensed as follows:— Bro Holmes' Ordination Sermon, ut sup. By an act passed June 15, 1805, Royal Makepeace, John Cook, Josiah Mason, Jr., Daniel Mason, and Andrew Bordman, were constituted and made a corporation and body-politic, by the name of the Cambridgeport Meetin
cost of $2,150.56, besides about $1,000 contributed by individuals. 3. Auburn, in School Court, erected in 1838, at the cost of $4,171.67. 4. Harvard, on the northerly side of Harvard Street, between Norfolk and Prospect streets, erected in 1843 (on the site of a similar house which was burned in March of that year), at the cost of $3,557.48, besides the land, which originally cost $500. 5. Franklin, on a lot given by Judge Dana, erected in 1809, at the cost to the town of about $300. 6. Mason, on Front Street, opposite to Columbia Street, erected in 1835, at the cost of $3,901.89. 7. Boardman, at the corner of Windsor and School streets, erected in 1802, on land given by Andrew Bordman, at the cost to the town of about $300. 8. Broadway, at the southwesterly corner of Windsor Street and Broadway, erected in 1838 for the accommodation of a Classical or High School for the whole town, at the cost of $5,791.05. 9. Bridge, on the westerly side of Pioneer Street, between Main Stre
1804-1806. Aaron Hill [Deac.], 1789, 1790. Ebenezer Bradish, 1791. Aaron Hill [Dr.], 1795-1800. Joseph Bartlett, 1801. Jonathan L. Austin, 1803, 1806. Mr. Autin was Secretary of State, 1806-1807, and State Treasurer, 1811. Daniel Mason, 1804-1806. William Whittemore, 1804-1806. Nathaniel P. Watson, 1807. Samuel Butterfield, 1807. Josiah Mason, 1807. Samuel P. P. Fay, 1808-1812, 1815– 1818, 1820. John Mellen, 1808-1812. William Hilliard, 1811-1817, 1821, 18ney, 1795-1801, 1806. Ebenezer Brown, 1795-1801, 1803– 1805. William Locke, 1796-1802. Ebenezer Hall, 1802-1804. James Frost, 1802-1805, 1807. Dudley Hardy, 1802-1806. Thomas Mason, 1802, 1811-1814. John Holbrook, 1802. Daniel Mason, 1803-1805. William Whittemore, Jr., 1803-1805. Nathaniel P. Watson, 1806, 1807. Asa Nichols, 1806. Benjamin Locke, 1806, 1807. Jonathan Whittemore, 1806, 1807. Newell Bent, 1807, 1822-1824. Nathan Fiske, 1807. John Melle
. 1785; Josiah, b. 13 Jan. 1767; and at Mason, N. H., Elizabeth, b. 2 July 1769; Samuel, b. 4 Ap. 1772; Benjamin, b. 2 Aug. 1775; Thomas, b. 2 Oct. 1777, d. 8 Feb. 1785; William, b. 6 Oct. 1779; David, b. 6 May 1782; Thomas. Jason the f. rem. to Mason about 1768, and d. 19 Feb. 1825; his w. Elizabeth d. 24 May 1789. 34. John, s. of Jason (26), m. Ruhamah Frost 31 Aug. 1769, and had John, b. 5 Feb. 1770; Ephraim, b. 23 June 1772. 35. Thomas, s. of Jason (26), m. Anne Whittemore 8 Mar. 177 England in 1633, and settled at Camb. with Rev. Thomas Hooker 11 Oct. 1633, admitted freeman 1634, removed to Hartford with Mr. Hooker in 1636, and there d. 20 July 1663. Farmer. He was chaplain in the little army of ninety brave men under Major Mason in 1637, who by their valorous deeds exterminated the Pequot Nation of Indians... He left a widow Elizabeth and children, Samuel, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Mary, and Sarah. (Hinman.) Rev. Mr. Stone res. while here on the easterly side of Brighton S
b. 16 Oct. 1834); Betsey, b. 2 May 1808. Nathan the f. res. at Lex., and d. 9 Jan. 1848, a. 88; his w. Sybil d. 28 Jan. 1853, a. 88. 33. Jason, s. of Jason (26), m. Elizabeth Locke 28 Oct. 1762, and had Jason, b. 2 June 1763; Jonathan, b. 8 Feb. 1785; Josiah, b. 13 Jan. 1767; and at Mason, N. H., Elizabeth, b. 2 July 1769; Samuel, b. 4 Ap. 1772; Benjamin, b. 2 Aug. 1775; Thomas, b. 2 Oct. 1777, d. 8 Feb. 1785; William, b. 6 Oct. 1779; David, b. 6 May 1782; Thomas. Jason the f. rem. to Mason about 1768, and d. 19 Feb. 1825; his w. Elizabeth d. 24 May 1789. 34. John, s. of Jason (26), m. Ruhamah Frost 31 Aug. 1769, and had John, b. 5 Feb. 1770; Ephraim, b. 23 June 1772. 35. Thomas, s. of Jason (26), m. Anne Whittemore 8 Mar. 1774, and had Anna, b. 19 Ap., d. 13 Oct. 1775; Thomas, b. 23 Nov. 1776, m. Eliza Warren of Chs. 21 Dec. 1802; Aaron, b. 30 May 1779, d. 17 Nov. 1848; Anna, bap. 4 Feb. 1781, m. John Holbrook 31 Aug. 1800; Mary, b. 25 Sept. 1783. Thomas the f. d. 7 Jun
f Holyoke and Winthrop streets. He rem. with Hooker to Hartford, where he was Selectman in 1647. Stone, Samuel, one of the first ministers of Cambridge and Hartford, was born in Hartford, England, and was educated at Emanuel College. came to New England in 1633, and settled at Camb. with Rev. Thomas Hooker 11 Oct. 1633, admitted freeman 1634, removed to Hartford with Mr. Hooker in 1636, and there d. 20 July 1663. Farmer. He was chaplain in the little army of ninety brave men under Major Mason in 1637, who by their valorous deeds exterminated the Pequot Nation of Indians... He left a widow Elizabeth and children, Samuel, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Mary, and Sarah. (Hinman.) Rev. Mr. Stone res. while here on the easterly side of Brighton Street, between Mount Auburn Street and Harvard Square. His w. who accompanied him here d. before 22 Nov. 1640, and he appears to have m. again at Hartford. 2. Gregory, prob. brother to Samuel (1), was here as early as 1637, and about 1638 purchas
vell, 313, 69. Lowell, 4, 168. Ludlow, 6, 8. Luke, 329. Lum, 310, 28, 9. Lusher, 69, 86. Luxford, 76. Lynde, 255, 87. Mackay, 199. Mackintosh, 333. Maguire, 319. Makepeace, 176-82, 9, 202, 4, 6, 7, 21, 30, 9. Mann, 33, 59, 401, 35. Manning, 59, 75, 92, 8, 122, 168, 227, 54, 8, 71, 2, 92, 372, 428. Mansfield, 321. Marcy, 110, 413, 14. Marrett, 35, 59, 75, 6, 160, 226, 7, 59, 92, 305, 407, 26. Marshall, 395. Marsters, 334. Martin, 65. Mason, 80, 95, 155, 7, 77, 9, 80, 2, 230, 314, 40. Massasoit, 382. Masters, 9, 11, 20, 32. Mather, 51, 69,100, 2, 14, 16, 217, 47, 8, 58, 61, 4, 81-6, 9, 97, 366. Maverick, 73. May, 183. Mayhew, 309, 66. Maynard, 33. McClure, 327. McCoy, 81. McCurdy, 521. McDaniel, 81, 322. McDonald, 435. McKean, 231. McKenzie, 250, 4, 74, 302, 3, 86, 413. McKeown, 330. McLellan, 438. McNamara, 339. McReading, 330. Meacham, 339, 416. Meane, 35. Mears,
504. Bordman. Boyce. Gamage. Goddin. Mason. Wilson. Bunker, 504. Bordman. Bulkeley. Watson. Estabrook, 541. Bowman. Loring. Mason. Willard. Woodis. Estwick, 541. Everett,. Cutter. Fessenden. Hunnewell. Lowe. Mason. Morrison. Morse. Newland. Pitts. Precott. Fitch. Hobbs. Humphrey. Loring. Mason. Munroe. Prentiss. Ramsay. Russell. Ser. Lee. Lincoln. Livermore. Marrett. Mason. Murray. Parker. Peirce. Pratt. Prentsor. Witt. Wyatt. Martin, 605. Frost. Mason, 605-8. Biscoe. Blanchard. Brooks. Brown Jones. Kent, Lewis. Locke. Marrett. Mason. Mead. Parker. Peirce. Porter. Prentihinson. Jones. Lawrence. Locke. Lyon. Mason. Meriam. Munroe. Patten. Perry. Piercnt. Jones. Keach. Livermore. Lumpkin. Mason. Miriam. Moody. Noves. Parker. Potter