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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 6 0 Browse Search
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son. Samuel W. Richardson. Albert Stickney. Majors. Ezra P. Gould. C. Frederick Livermore. Charles C. Parsons. Henry L. Patten. John T. Richards. Atherton H. Stevens, Jr. To Major Stevens was allotted the privilege of conferring special honor on Cambridge. On the morning of April 3, 1865, he received from the Mayor of Richmond a formal surrender of the city, led his squadron within the walls, and displayed the Stars and Stripes upon the State House. Brevet Major. Charles J. Mills. Captains. Thomas H. Annable. Thomas O. Barri. Joseph H. Baxter. James B. Bell. George N. Bennett. Robert T. Bourne. John T. Burgess. Richard Gary. Charles H. Chapman. Joseph H. Clark. J. Warren Cotton. Lewis S. Dabney. Alexander J, Dallas. George H. Dana. James T. Davis. Horace Dexter. Edward G. Dyke. Charles W. Folsom. William H. Gertz. Joseph A. Hildreth. Arthur Hodges. George F. Holman. Henry A. Homer. Henry P. Hoppin. Samuel D. Hovey. William
The whole number is:— In the Town,155 whites.9 blacks. In Menotomy,122 whites.1 black. South side of the River, Total,66 whites.4 blacks. ———— Total,343 whites.14 blacks. In 1781, a general valuation was taken of the property in the Commonwealth, as the basis of a State tax. The Cambridge List was as follows Mass. Arch., CLXI., p. 369.:— Value of Property.Income. £.s.d.£.s.d. 417 Polls 229 Houses 100s.114500 246 Barns 30s.36900 1 Stores, &c 40s.200 4 Distill-houses, Mills, &c. 80s.16 1446 Acres of English mowing 14s.101204 1003 Barrels of Cyder 3s.16509 777 Acres of Tillage land 11s.427 07 1402 Acres of salt and fresh meadow 6s.42012 3523 Acres of Pasturing 4s.70412 1185 Acres of wood and unimproved land 80s.2 per cent.9416 £ 6619 Money on interest and on hand39702 £ 990 Amount of goods, wares, and merchandise9900000 219 Horses £613140000 187 Oxen £713090000 624 Cows £424960000 258 Sheep and Goats 6s.770800 131 Swine 12s.781200 £ 65
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