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ember of the same church May 18, 1666. John and Ann Adams had, born in Cambridge, Mary, 25 Oct. 1652; John, 1 May, 1655; Daniel, 8 Aug. 1657 (died soon); Joseph (baptized with the two first children, Mary and John, at Cambridge); Hannah (baptized 17 Jan. 1660), died 25 Feb. 1660; Daniel, born 12 Aug. 1662 (baptized 14 Sept. 1662), died 14 May, 1685. A daughter Rebecca (older than these), born and baptized in England, married Nathaniel Patten 24 Nov. 1669, and died 18 Dec. 1677 (Paige, 477; Newell's Camb. Church-Gathering, 62). In 1697 John Adams, Senior, millwright, conveyed the homestead and adjoining lots to his son Joseph Adams, husbandman, chiefly because he hath been a loving and dutiful son to me, and his mother, and liveth with us, and is the staff of our old age (Midd. Registry, XII. 544). This Joseph Adams married Margaret Eames, at Cambridge, 21 Feb. 1687-8, and died here 20 July, 1701. He was presumably the father of Joseph Adams, who died in Menotomy 18 Oct. 1774,
on their way from the West Indies, and the 35th, 42d, 46th, and 63d, are under orders from hence. Besides these the 7th and 26th are in Canada, the 8th on detachments on the Lakes, and the 16th at Pensacola. There are six or eight hundred marines at Boston besides the regiments. The 4th (King's Own), 6th, 10th, 18th (Royal Irish), 23d (Royal Welsh Fusileers), 38th, 43d, 47th, 52d, 69th, and 66th regiments arrived during 1774. See dates of landing places where landed and encamped, &c., in Newell's Diary, published by Frothingham (Siege of Boston, pp. 363-65). To oppose this force in case of attack, the towns raised alarm-list companies, or minute-men, ready at a moment's call for service. These companies formed a part of the organized militia of the Province, and were composed of the best and ablest-bodied citizens. It was customary after their fieldexer-cises, sometimes to repair to the meeting-house to hear a patriotic sermon, or partake of an entertainment at a public house.
llation were: First Church in Cambridge; Church in Watertown; Mr. Ripley's in Waltham; Church in Lexington; Church in Medford; Mr. Walker's in Charlestown; Dr. Lowell's in Boston; and the Third Congregational Church in Reading. Dr. Lowell moderator and Mr. Stetson scribe of the Council. Rev. Mr. Stetson made the Introductory Prayer; Rev. Dr. Lowell preached the Sermon; Rev. Mr. Francis offered the Prayer of Installation; Rev. Mr. Ripley gave the Charge; Rev. Mr. Walker the Right Hand; Rev. Mr. Newell made the Concluding Prayer. Rev. Mr. Briggs of Lexington was absent on account of ill health at the time of this installation. To Mr. Damon's time the following persons had been Deacons: John Cutter and John Winship, chosen 1739; Thomas Hall and Joseph Adams, chosen 1769; Ephraim Frost and John Adams, chosen 1792; Ephraim Cutter, chosen before 1828; Miles Gardner, chosen 1828. To his time, also, three Covenants had been in use by the Church: (1) The Covenant used by Mr. Cooke, the
par. 24). Bennett, Martha, of Charlestown, and Samuel Hill of Camb. m. 13 Oct. 1765. Bent, Newell, and Betsey Kendall of Camb. m. 3 Oct. 1805. James M. and Martha T. Damon of Wayland, m. 3 Juny, 1838. See Cutter Book, 143-44, 387, 408-09. 61. Gershom, s. of Gershom (37), m. first Hannah Newell; second, Catherine Sumner, 23 June, 1786; and third Deborah Torrey. He belonged to the Baptas, a negro, d. 11 Oct. 1794, a. 80. Mulatto girl, at the poor-house, d. 14 Jan. 1819, a. 4. Newell or Newhall, Jacob, m. Elizabeth Hodgkins, 21 Aug. 1766. Fee a crown. Jacob, o. c. here 29 May, 5 June, 1768; William, b. 10, bap. 17 Dec. 1769. See Wyman, 704, No. 34. Eliphalet, son of Capt. Newell, of Charlestown, b. 26 Aug., bap. 1 Sept. 1776. See Wyman, 700, No. 13. Nichols, charity 72, for possible reference.) Phelps, Hannah, m. John Adams, 6 July, 1786, Camb. Philbrick, Newell, of Charlestown, and Mary Philbrick, of Boston, m. 7 Nov. 1835. Phillips, John, of Camb., m.
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, 238, 272, 277, 318 Munson, 240 Murphy, 179, 339, 343, 348 Murray, 348 Muzzey, 145, 171, 277, 278, 288, 289 Nack, 278 Nason, 140,141,171,236, 278, 279, 306, 317, 346 Neal, 240 Nelson, 171, 176 Nesmith, 347 Newcomb, 271 Newell, 10, 50, 69, 77, 119, 224, 278 Newhall, 71, 72, 262, 278 Nichols, 37,121,122,201, 222, 239, 240, 266, 278, 289, 311, 347 Nicholson, 277 Niles, 129, 131, 172, 248, 278 Noonan, 342. Norcross, 237, 278 Nourse, 195, 249, 278 Nowell, 7 Noyes, 165, 278, 279, 317, 343 Nutting, 201, 279 O'Brien, 179, 346 Odell, 223, 319 O'Harran, 342 Olcutt, 296 O'Leary, 341 Oliver, 121 O'Mahony, 342 Ormsby, 176 Orne, 59, 60 Osborn and Osborne, 22, 23, 63,