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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 16 0 Browse Search
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e price of three hundred and sixty thousand dollars, in sixty shares of six thousand dollars each. At this price, three shares were conveyed to Harrison G. Otis, three to Israel Thorndike, and one, each, to Ebenezer Francis, William Payne, Thomas H. Perkins, and John Callender, by deeds dated Nov. 30, 1808. The bridge was completed in 1809, and roads were opened to Cambridge Common, to Medford, and elsewhere, to attract travel from the country to Boston over this avenue. To enable the proprimanage and dispose of their valuable real estate, which had hitherto remained apparently undivided and uninhabited (except by a single family in the old Phips farm-house), the General Court, by an Act approved March 3, 1810, incorporated Thomas Handasyde Perkins, James Perkins, William Payne, Ebenezer Francis, and Andrew Craigie, being tenants in common of lands at and near Lechmere Point, with their associates, as the Lechmere Point Corporation. Within the next two months the several propriet
her ineffectual efforts to have the road completed and established as a public highway, a petition was presented by Thomas H. Perkins and fifty-two others to the General Court, June 6, 1809, setting forth, that the Canal Bridge across Charles Riverd, that a committee of five be appointed to prepare and present a petition and remonstrance against the petition of Thomas H. Perkins and others to the Hon. Legislature of this Commonwealth now in session, and to state such facts and to petition foto 1809, to turn the travel to that quarter; and the same game he is evidently now playing, by the petition signed by T. H. Perkins and others. That such a petition, viz. to lay out roads without number, with courses undefined, by a committee of thable Court; and it is now a fifth time pending in the existing Court of Sessions of that County; that the petition of T. H. Perkins and others prays for a committee to explore, view, and mark out new highways from the westerly end of the Canal Bridg
. 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, 433. Pelham, 53, 6, 89, 119, 74, 226, 54. Pemberton, 126, 287. Perkins, 186, 204-6 327. Perry, 325, 7. Pervear. 314, 24. Peters, 43, 5. Pettingell, 328. Phillips, 117, 207, 255-7. Phinney, 423. Phipps, 211, 26. Phips, 112-15, 27, 30, 3, 53, 7, 68-70, 5, 6, 307, 10, 53, 4, 403, 7. Piambow, 391. Pickering, 321. Pickman, 310. Pigeon, 308. Pittimee, 391. Plympton, 168, 204, 435, 8. Pomeroy, 310. Poole, 8, 32, 116. Porter, 231, 6. 88. Post, 33. Powers, 319. Pratt, 20, 4, 6, 7, 32, 5, 76, 233. Prentice. or
nner, 655. Ibbitt. Smith, 655, 6. Bissell. Buck. Cox. Daniel. Fessenden. Fowle. Hagar. Hill. Jordan. Miller. Parsons. Prentice. Scott. Thwing. White. Wyeth. Spaihawk, 656-9. Adams. Aspinwall. Avery. Bartlett. Blake. Brown. Convers. Cooper. Cutting. Dana. Gardner. Gates. Hancock. Holden. Holmes. Houghton. Jarvis. Mayo. Murdock. Newman. Oliver. Pemberton. Pepperell. Perkins. Pierce. Porter. Sewall. Thwing. Turner. Wellington. Whiting. Whitney. Wigglesworth. Williams. Spencer, 659. Angier. Sweetman. Spring, 659. Barsham. Gates. Lee. Swan. Ward. Squire, 659-60. Askell. Brown. Fessenden. Francis. Haskell. Stacey, 660. Adams. Bean. Hastings. Hicks. Stanley, 660. Stanesby, 660. Cutter. Starr, 660. Stearns, 660, 1. Beers. Fillebrown. French. Frost.