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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 15: ecclesiastical History. (search)
as labor among us in preaching the word, and thirty pounds to Mistris Mitchell, and Dec. 23, 1670, forty-five pounds were in like manner granted to Mr. Chauncy, and thirty pounds to Mrs. Mitchell. Similar gratuities were granted to Mrs. Mitchell, from year to year, as late as 16Mrs. Mitchell, from year to year, as late as 1687. In the mean time the town and church were not idle or inactive. Thus it is recorded, Feb. 8, 1668-9. For catechising the youth of this tof January 1676 a day of thanksgiving that the loss sustained by Mr. Mitchell's death was thus supplied. The expense attending the removal ofar of his age. His death was as sudden and unexpected as that of Mr. Mitchell. He was arrested with a malignant fever which presently put an ethe parish ought also to be held in remembrance. The expense of Mr. Mitchell's funeral was defrayed by the parish, and donations were made to But Dr. Holmes, writing in 1800, says, All the ministers, since Mr. Mitchell, have resided at the Parsonage. The front part of the present h