ufts, by deed dated November 26, 1680, sold to his son, Peter Tufts, junior (commonly called Captain Peter), one-half part of the land he purchased of Mr. Russell, with housings; the one dwelling houwas built.
Mr. Peter Tufts, senior, in his will dated March 1, 1693, bequeathed to his son, Captain Peter, a portion of his estate, viz.: I give to my son Peter 20 acres of upland lying next his hou room into the cellar, but shall make a way under the stairs into the cellar for their use.
Captain Peter also conveyed to his son the northerly half of the barn with land for a cowyard (the barn stfts to Mr. Peter Eades was deeded July 14, 1721, by Mr. Eades to Peter Tufts, junior (son of Captain Peter), and on the first day of April, 1728, Peter Tufts, junior, sold to Mr. Edward Oakes of Mald house.
In 1691, Mr. Peter Tufts, senior, sold to his son, Mr. Jonathan Tufts (brother of Captain Peter), thirty-nine acres of land, with dwelling house, barn and other buildings.
This land is de