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elmsford, two pounds; Billerica, one pound; Charlestown, ten pounds; Meadford, two pounds; and what these shall fall short of satisfying those above-mentioned abatements, made up out of the county stock, either fines or otherwise, as the Court shall please to determine. Provided always, we think it meet that no stop be made of any the above-said abatement, so as to interfere or obstruct the performing of the present engagement respecting those bridges. Ralfe Mousall.Edward Johnson. Hugh Mason.William Condrey. Edward Goffe.Abraham Hill. Joseph Wheeler.Jno. Prescott. Thomas Noyes.John Parker. April 7, 1657: This return being made to the Court, it was accepted by the Court, who order that this return of the Committee shall be presented to the next General Court, by the Clerk of the Court, for their confirmation and settling thereof. Thomas Danforth, Recorder. This report of the Committee was accepted, and it placed the question of the bridges on its true basis. The
Gibson and Lewis, both widows. Especially, in 1689, there was a contribution for widow Arrington and her family, they being under the afflicting hand of God; her sons were taken away by death, and her daughter, and a grandchild. The male line seems to have become extinct. Estabrook, Joseph, according to Savage came from Enfield in Middlesex, England, about 1660. He grad. H. C. 1664, and was ordained at Concord, where he continued in the ministry during life. He m. Mary, dau. of Capt. Hugh Mason, and had Joseph, b. 6 May 1669; Benjamin, b. 24 Feb. 1670-71; Mary, b. 28 Oct 1672; Samuel, b. 7 June 1674, grad. H. C. 1696, ordained at Canterbury, Conn., 13 June 1711 (Trumbull), and d. 26 June 1727; Daniel, b. 14 Feb. 1675-6; Ann, b. 30 Dec. 1677. Such are the dates of Births, on the County Records. Savage has some of them different. I know not which is the more correct. Rev. Joseph the f. d. 16 Sept. 1711. 2. Joseph, s. of Joseph (1), m., at the Farms, Millicent Woodis 31 D
Gibson and Lewis, both widows. Especially, in 1689, there was a contribution for widow Arrington and her family, they being under the afflicting hand of God; her sons were taken away by death, and her daughter, and a grandchild. The male line seems to have become extinct. Estabrook, Joseph, according to Savage came from Enfield in Middlesex, England, about 1660. He grad. H. C. 1664, and was ordained at Concord, where he continued in the ministry during life. He m. Mary, dau. of Capt. Hugh Mason, and had Joseph, b. 6 May 1669; Benjamin, b. 24 Feb. 1670-71; Mary, b. 28 Oct 1672; Samuel, b. 7 June 1674, grad. H. C. 1696, ordained at Canterbury, Conn., 13 June 1711 (Trumbull), and d. 26 June 1727; Daniel, b. 14 Feb. 1675-6; Ann, b. 30 Dec. 1677. Such are the dates of Births, on the County Records. Savage has some of them different. I know not which is the more correct. Rev. Joseph the f. d. 16 Sept. 1711. 2. Joseph, s. of Joseph (1), m., at the Farms, Millicent Woodis 31 D
misconduct, chiefly in relation of his maltreatment of Nathaniel Biscoe, Jr., of Watertown.—Bond. whose Lieutenant was Hugh Mason. Hugh Mason left England in April, 1634, at the age of 28; admitted Freeman the next March: was made Captain May 5, Hugh Mason left England in April, 1634, at the age of 28; admitted Freeman the next March: was made Captain May 5, 1652; was ten times a Representative between 1644 and 1677;??? 29 years between 1639 and 1678 inclusive. In May, 1653, after Elder Richard Browne removed to Charlestown (see p. 25), he at the request of his townsmen was empowered to solemnize marriaelief band from Concord, and afterwards ambushed Captain Wadsworth's company, also on its way to protect the town. Captain Hugh Mason and his band from Watertown, aided by citizens of Sudbury, were the first who engaged the assailants, on the east sng, for the defence of the Colony. Mr. Fiske gives from the Massachusetts Archives the list of names returned by Captain Hugh Mason. These Following are rationly most fitt to goe upon the servis:— Danill Warren, Sr., John Bigulah, Sr., Na
nts, number of, 141. Martha's Vineyard settled, 46. Mary and John (the), Ludlow's ship arrives at Nantasket, 13. Mason, Lt. Hugh, 58: autograph, 58 n. 2 made a captain, 58, n. 2; Capt. Hugh and his train-band at Sudbury, 62. Mason, Capt.Mason, Capt. John, commander in the Pequot war, 43. Massachusetts, 10, 15 n. 1, 38, 42, 57. Massachusetts Bay, 11, 22, 38. Massachusetts Bay: to what the name was first applied, 11 n. 3. Massachusetts Bay Company incorporated, 10; sends out its first cossengers, a thousand, arrive before 1630, 12. Pasturage, people cramped for room for, 31. Patrick, Capt., 32; joins Mason with reinforcements, 44; character of, 44 n 2, 58 n. 1. Patrols to be kept every night, 18. Peacocke, Cuffe, a colod, 133. Turner, Capt., Nathaniel, 41. Twisting machine built for Seth Bemis, 125. Uncas, a Mohegan chief, joins Capt. Mason, 43. Underhill, Capt., John, 41, 43, 44 n. 2. Union League of Waltham, 110. United Colonies, support pledged to