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g Charles II., 1664, thirteen acres meadow and upland lying by 'Notomy River, abutting on highway leading from Cambridge to Concord east; west the swamp-ground leading to Fresh Pond Meadow, south Menotomy River, north on said swamp toward Spy Pond. Edward Winship was attorney for Cooke, May 17, 1665.—Proprietors' Records. (See Paige, 513.) John Adams's farm, 1664, is mentioned in the Proprietors' Records, laid out to a farm of one hundred and seventeen acres, by him purchased of Golden Moore, and is situated on the waste lands in the seventh mile, bounded northeast with Widow Russell's farm purchased of Richard Jackson, east with Alewive meadow, south Joseph Holmes, west with common land, northwest with Mr. Pelham's farm; with allowance for the great road or highway that leads to Concord. Surveyed by David Fiske, at the appointment of Lieut. Edward Winship, by order of the town, and allowance for the highway that leads to Matthew Bridge's farm. This John Adams, who was styl
. 28 Apr. 1745, and both were adm. same ch. 2 June, 1754. He m. Mary Moore, 1 Apr. 1745. He d.—--Ah!—9 July, 1768, a. 47 (g. s.). She d., his wid., 27 Sept. 1793, a. 70 (g. s.). Had Aaron—s. Mary Moore and Aaron—b. 15 Mar., bap. 28 Apr. 1745; Mary, b. 22, bap. 26 Oct. 1746; d. unm m. Lydia Perry, 29 Nov. 1773. Mrs. Lydia d. 5 Nov. 1799, a. 76. Moore, Thomas, had Benjamin, b. 25, bap. 29 Mar. 1741; Sarah, b. 6, bap. pt. Thomas Adams's Co. in 1758, and died in service 21 Aug. 1758. Mrs. Moore, at Joseph Robbins's, d. 9 Sept. 1751, a. 70. Mary Bowman, at Mr2 her only surviving heirs were her grandchildren Susan Moore and Mary Moore, both of Cambridge, daughters of Susan, wife of Artenatus (or Artemas) Moore, who deceased 1807, first wife of Moore.—See Paige, 612. Anna, the daughter, m Benjamin Cutter, of Charlestown, 6 Mar. 1785, wMoore.—See Paige, 612. Anna, the daughter, m Benjamin Cutter, of Charlestown, 6 Mar. 1785, who d. 8 Mar. 1824, without issue. At her death in 1842, the property was divided among the relatives, who proved to be very numerous.
w, 342 McDermott, 347 McDool, 347 McEnenna, 342 McIntire, see Mackintire McLennan, 276, 292 McLeod, 348 McMullen, 342 McNulty, 339 McCloud, 53 McDonald, 64, 343 Mead, 19, 205, 256, 276, 316 Meads, 221 Meek, 276, 324 Meredith, 346 Merriam, 272, 276, 303 Merrill, 165, 178 Metcalf and Metcalfe, 14, 119, 123, 131, 138 Meyall, 348 Miles, 276, 291, 310 Miller, 176, 276, 289 Mitchell, 7, 343, 345 Mixer, 276, 282, 283 Moody, 348 Moore, 9, 13, 165, 166, 216, 235, 254, 276, 277, 290, 291, 307,331, 339, 342, 348 Moores, 14 Morrill, 277, 280 Morse, 40, 176, 217, 277, 311 Morton, 173, 277 Mott, 140, 172, 264, 277, 334 Mottey, 227 Moulton, 339 Mozart, 157, 253, 349 Mulhiven, 348 Mullen, 340 Mullet and Mullett, 58, 94, 192, 205, 206, 208, 244, 263, 275, 277, 293 Mulligan, 339 Mulliken, 145 Mulreay, 348 Munday, 348 Munro and Munroe, 71, 72, 96, 104, 105, 121, 145, 146, 186, 230, 23