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Charles A. Nelson , A. M., Waltham, past, present and its industries, with an historical sketch of Watertown from its settlement in 1630 to the incorporation of Waltham, January 15, 1739. 3 1 Browse Search
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1, 105. Paper molds repaired by Jacob Mead, 125 n. 2. Parker, Wm., paper-mill, 91, 93. Parkhurst, George Samuel, house of, 83. Parmenter, J. W., 86. Parsonage of Dr. Cushing, 96. Parsonage of Rev. Warham Williams, 82, 96. Parsons, Rev., Jas. C., pastor of Independent Cong. Soc., 117. Parsons, Chief Justice. 82 n. 1. Passengers, a thousand, arrive before 1630, 12. Pasturage, people cramped for room for, 31. Patrick, Capt., 32; joins Mason with reinforcements, 44; cParsons, Chief Justice. 82 n. 1. Passengers, a thousand, arrive before 1630, 12. Pasturage, people cramped for room for, 31. Patrick, Capt., 32; joins Mason with reinforcements, 44; character of, 44 n 2, 58 n. 1. Patrols to be kept every night, 18. Peacocke, Cuffe, a colored soldier, 99. Peirce, Deac. Isaac, 71, 109 n. 3. Pembleton, Brian, one of the first three selectmen, 34. Penalty for cutting down trees on common, 52. Penn, William, 60. Pequot Indians offer lands in Connecticut, 35 n. 2; murder Stone and Norton, 40; harass Connecticut settlers, 42; capture of the stronghold of, 43; exterminated, 44. Pequusset the Indian name of Watertown, 16 n. 2.