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  Hannahyan. See Joseph Stanyan.   HannahStoneham, May, 1764Mar. 1, 1765Dau. of Hannah Stanyan. Jenkins, AbigailMaiden, Apr. 21, 1760In family of Hezikiah Blanchard. Jenks, RichardLynn, Apr. 2, 1764Journeyman. In family of Samuel Tilton. Jenks, Samuel, Capt.Chelsea, Feb. 1, 1762Jan. 1, 1763   Mary (wife) Johnson, ElizabethWoburnNov. 27, 1756Maid servant. See Jacob Bucknam. Johnson, HannahWoburn, June 16, 1758Nov. 27, 1758Dau. of Giles Johnson. Age 10 yrs. In family of Benj. Parker. Johnson, MaryAug. 31, 1797Widow of Henry Johnson. Johnson, ThomasBoston, Oct. 27, 1762Boarder in house of Samuel Hall. Jones, JohnConcord, Mar. 26, 1765Feb. 24, 1766Single. Husbandman. In employ of Isaac Royall. Jones, JonasAug. 31, 1797 Jones, JosephActon, Jan. 20, 1772In family of Isaac Hall. The Petition of Belinda, servant of Isaac Royall, Esq. [Read before Sarah Bradlee Fulton Chapter, D. A. R., June 6, 1904.] Commonweath of Massachusetts.To the Honourable the Senate a<
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., Meeting-house brook and the second Meeting-house. (search)
was definitely settled by the town purchasing of Mr. John Albree land adjoining Marble brook (Marrbelle brook in Town Records) for £ 55 for one acre, and deciding to build a new meeting-house thereon. A building committee of eleven men, whose names were important ones in the town's history, were chosen to attend to the matter. Thomas Tufts, Esq., Capt. Ebenezer Brooks, Peter Seccombe, John Richardson, Capt. Samuel Brooks, John Willis, William Willis, Lieut. Stephen Hall, John Francis, Benjamin Parker and John Whitmore. These reported that it would be proper to build a meetinghouse 52 feet large, 38feet wide, 33feel posts. They were empowered to build the house. Thenceforth the town was concerned with the detail of the building and the raising of necessary money, as notice the following votes:— March 7, 1726.—Voted to have a steeple. April 25, 1726.—Voted to raise £ 250 for carrying on work of meeting-house. May 8, 1727.—Voted to raise money on places left for pews in n