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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 15: ecclesiastical History. (search)
. Sprague,10.14.0 Moses Richardson,8.12.0 Mr. Appleton,13.6.8 Ebenr. Bradish,14.10.0 Thomas Kidder,100.0 Jona. Hastings,20.0.0 Stephen Prentice,10.13.4 James Read,10.3.0 Fr. Foxcroft,18.13.4 Caleb Prentice,8.10.0 Saml. Hastings,11.15.0 Deacon Prentice,8.0.0 Eb. Wyeth,8.0.0 John Stratton,8.0.0 Seth Hastings,10.0.0 S. Thatcher,10.3.4 Widow Tufts,13.6.8 Am. Marrett's heirs,8.0.0 And. Boardman,16.10.0 Chr. Grant,8.5.0 Wid. Sar. Hastings,15.0.0 Richd. Gardner,13.9.4 Stephen Palmer,7.0.0 H. Vassall,20.0.0 B. Hancock,10.0.0 Pr. Holyoke,20.0.0 John Dickson,13.6.8 Rich. Dana,15.0.0 Caleb Dana,13.6.8 Mr. Fletcher,14.0.0 Lt. Govr. [Phips]40.0.0 Mr. Inman,10.0.0 Josh. Morse,6.13.6 Aaron Hill,8.1.0 ——— L. M.836.2.0 == in O. T.6270.1.3 The sum total is not precisely accurate. A copy of the original Plan of this meeting-house is here reproduced. The house thus erected by the joint contributions of the College, the Parish, and individuals, served its <
Philemon Hastings, Thomas Hastings, Stephen Hastings, Will. Manning, Abel Moore, Alexander Nelson, John Phillips, Jr., Thomas Prentiss, Nathll. Prentice Daniel Prentice, Samll. Prentice, Israel Porter, Stephen Palmer, Jr., Joseph Palmer, James Stone, Robert Twadwell, Josiah Temple, Ebenr. Wyeth, Jonas Wyeth, Jonas Wyeth, Jr. Noah Wyeth, Joseph Wyeth, John Wyman, Nathan Watson, Joshua Walker, John Warland, Thomas Warlay the British, and the American army left Cambridge very soon afterwards. After their departure, the town appointed a committee, May 13, 1776, to estimate the losses sustained by means of or in consequence of the British troops, and report to Col. Palmer and others, a committee appointed by the Great and General Court of the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay to receive the same,— keeping separate accounts of the damages sustained by posting the American Army in this town. The Records of the S
es Richardson1 Stewd [Jona.] Hastings1 John Foxcroft2 ——Frost3 John Kidder1 William Manning2 [Thomas] Farrington3 Samuel Chandler1 Thomas Barrett1 Stephen Palmer3 James Read 1 Samuel Hill1 Robert Twadwell1 Joseph Welch1 Samuel Champney1 John Wyman1 William Manning2 Isaac Bradish 2 Doct. [William] Kneeland1 W. Oakes, Josiah. Oliver, David. Orcutt, Levi. Odin, David. Oliver, Daniel. Orcutt, Henry. Orne, John G. Page, Jacob. Page, Jonathan. Palmer, John. Parker, Aaron. Parker, Thomas L. Parks, Leonard. Parks, Leonard, Jr. Parmenter, William. Peirce, Abijah H. Penn, William. Pickett, as. Page, Isaac. Pay son, Samuel. Pay son, Samuel, Jr. Peirce, Artemas. Peirce, Joseph. Pitts, Edmund. Pratt, Dexter. Priest, Jonathan. Palmer, Nathan. Rand, Benjamin. Read, James. Read, Joel. Read, Joseph S. Read, Lawrence. Reed, Enos. Reemie, Marcus. Reney, William L. Reynold
. 25 Oct. 1755. He then resided in Boston. 12. William, s. of William (7), grad. II. C. 1737, m. Mary, dau. of Stephen Palmer, and had Martha, b. 8 June 1740, d. 11 May 1741; Nicholas b. 14 Ap. 1742, d. young; Mary, bap. 29 July 1744, d. 15 NoCambridge, when he was appointed administrator of his father's estate 1 Nov. 1720, also when he sold the homestead to Stephen Palmer 23 May 1733, after which date I find no trace of him on our records or elsewhere. 9. Joseph, s. of John (4), by w.ry until 22 May 1719, when he died. His posterity is very numerous. Hezekiah, grad. H. C. 1731, d. at the house of Mr. Palmer 5 Aug. 1739, and was buried from the College Hall. Manning, William, was an early inhabitant and ancestor of a famil781 (this baptism is recorded as that of Eunice, dau. of Mary Palmer, and underneath the line is written, her husband Stephen Palmer was drowned); Stephen, s. of Stephen and Mary, d. 1 Sept. 1806. Sarah, who m. Lemuel Brown of Chs. 7 Dec. 1797, was d
) He was a victualler on the south side of the river, and d. 21 Nov. 1770; his w. Elizabeth d. 25 July 1776, a. 61. The estate was divided 5 Dec. 1782, to chil., Jonathan, Josiah, Moses, Mary, and heirs of Samuel, deceased. 11. Josiah, s. of Nicholas (4), was a brazier in Camb. 1737, and in Boston 1745. He is supposed to be the same who was pub. to Ruth Frost of Camb. 25 Oct. 1755. He then resided in Boston. 12. William, s. of William (7), grad. II. C. 1737, m. Mary, dau. of Stephen Palmer, and had Martha, b. 8 June 1740, d. 11 May 1741; Nicholas b. 14 Ap. 1742, d. young; Mary, bap. 29 July 1744, d. 15 Nov. 1749 · Sarah, b. 8 Aug. and d. 12 Sept. 1746; William, b. 3 Nov. 1747, grad H. C. 1768, taught school at Topsfield a short time, while there, m. Sarah Read of Camb. 22 Jan. 1771, was ord. at Fryeburg, Me., Oct. 1775, and d. May 1805. Stephen, bap. 20 May 1750; Mary, bap. 1 Mar. 1751-2; Nicholas, bap. 8 Sept. 1754; Ebenezer, bap. 13 Feb. 1757. William the f. taught the
1787); Stephen, bap. 7 May 1721. Stephen the f. was a currier, inherited the homestead, corner of Brattle and Ash streets, which he sold in 1707, and afterwards res. on the north side of Mount Auburn Street, between Brighton Street and Brattle Square. He d. 24 Sept. 1726, a. 57; his w. Hannah survived. 8. John, s. of John (4), was described as a husbandman residing in Cambridge, when he was appointed administrator of his father's estate 1 Nov. 1720, also when he sold the homestead to Stephen Palmer 23 May 1733, after which date I find no trace of him on our records or elsewhere. 9. Joseph, s. of John (4), by w. Elizabeth, had Elizabeth, b.——, m. John Allen of Walpole 22 June 1725; Mary, b. 1708; Joseph, b. 1710; Hannah, b. 1713; Abigail, b. 9 Sept. 1716, d. young; Matthew, b. 18 Sept. 1718; Esther, b. 6 Ap. 1721, m. Samuel Boyce of Medfield 13 Ap. 1744. Joseph the f. was a weaver, and resided in Reading in 1699, when he petitioned the General Court for relief, describing himsel
ear the Common, where he subsequently resided. 2. Samuel, s. of William (1), b. 6 July 1647, grad. H. C. 1665, and taught school for a time in Dedham. About 1670 he commenced preaching at Wrentham, where a few families were settled. They were scattered during Philip's War. Soon afterwards they returned, and Mr. Mann recommenced his labors. He continued in the ministry until 22 May 1719, when he died. His posterity is very numerous. Hezekiah, grad. H. C. 1731, d. at the house of Mr. Palmer 5 Aug. 1739, and was buried from the College Hall. Manning, William, was an early inhabitant and ancestor of a family once numerous here and not yet extinct in the female line. About the year 1638 he purchased of George Stocking an estate at the southwest corner of Mount Auburn and Holyoke streets. He appears to have been living in Oct. 1650, when his wife Susanna died; but I find no trace of him afterwards. 2. William, s. and apparently the only child of William (1), inherited the
; he d. 30 Mar. 1806, a. 88; his w. Sarah d. 15 Mar. 1794, a. 73. 4. Stephen, s. of Stephen (3), m. Thankful Child of Wat. 16 June 1774, and Mary Bemis of Waltham (pub. 28 Feb. 1777); his chil. were Thankful, bap. 16 Ap. 1775; Polly, bap. 28 June 1778, m. Samuel Frost Wyman 10 Nov. 1796; Betsey, bap. 23 Ap. 1780, m. Chas. Walker of Fryeburg, Me.; Eunice, bap. 9 Dec. 1781 (this baptism is recorded as that of Eunice, dau. of Mary Palmer, and underneath the line is written, her husband Stephen Palmer was drowned); Stephen, s. of Stephen and Mary, d. 1 Sept. 1806. Sarah, who m. Lemuel Brown of Chs. 7 Dec. 1797, was dau. of Stephen. Stephen the f. removed to Fryeburg, Me., in 1780, where he was drowned 1 Sept. 1781. Mary Palmer, perhaps wid. of Stephen, m. Ebenezer Day of Fryeburg, Me., 13 Feb. 1783. 5. John, s. of Stephen (3), m. Susanna Stratton 28 Nov. 1781, and had Susan, b. 21 Aug. 1782, d. 7 Mar. 1783; John, b. 4 Oct. 1783, grad. H. C. 1802, d. unm., of consumption, 17 Oct.
77. Noyes, 116. Nutting, 165, 6, 70, 215. Oakes, 57, 74, 5, 117, 262, 6, 9, 71-80, 2, 3, 351, 99. Obbatinewat, 382. O'Brien, 329. Oldham, 59. Oliver, 76, 124, 5, 38, 50, 1, 4-6, 68, 9, 226, 7, 74, 86, 7, 307, 10, 75, 407, 18. Olmstead, 11, 20, 1, 32, 5, 49, 463. Onge, 81. Ordway, 328. Orr, 341. Osland, 80. Otheman, 321. Otis, 186, 309. Packard, 326, 69. Paddlefoot, 59. Page, 328. Paige, 115, 316. Palfrey, 75, 114, 266, 8, 274, 363. Palmer, 292, 322, 9, 76, 425. Palsgrave, 258. Pantry, 32. Parents, 75. Parish, 35. Parker, 35, 59, 62, 75, 6, 80, 1, 177, 225, 80, 313, 27, 401. Parkes, 36, 59, 75, 81, 5. Parkman, 184. Parmele, 369. Parmenter, 239, 44. Parris, 145, 16, 398. Parsons, 185, 416. Patrick, 8, 11, 15, 32, 396, 7. Patten, 36, 8, 9, 59, 62, 129, 364. Patterson, 423. Payne, 186, 254. Peabody, 304, 12. Pearce, 308. Pearl, 416. Peck, 310. Peirce, 44, 68, 208, 365, 4
Hill. Jenkins. Johnson. Kidder. Meriam. Mullett. Palmer. Patten. Pinson. Prentice. Sparhawk. Stone. CorleIreland. Jennings. Locke. Newell. Nowell. Oldham. Palmer. Parker. Pierce. Poulter. Read. Sewall. Smith. Lovell. Marrett. Meane. Moore. Morse. Nelson. Palmer. Park. Parker. Phelps. Prentice. Richardson. Samp. MacOONEone, 601. Bush. Foster. Wood. Mann, 601. Palmer. Teel. Manning, 601-3 Abbott. Adams. Barrett. Barr Palfrey, 621. Bordman. Goddard. Hicks. Williams. Palmer, 621. Bemis. Child. Cooper. Day. Ellis. Fessendenn. Stratton, 666. Child. Cooke. Lowell. Norcross. Palmer. Richards. Robbins. Walker. Streeter, 666, 7. Sears.. Hill. Howe. Hunnewell. Mann. Manning. Moore. Palmer. Parker. Phelps. Plympton. Porter. Prentice. Rich