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it was not in existence at the time of the Revolution. A barrack for the soldiers was erected on the homestead lot during the siege of Boston by Colonel Patterson, and Fort No. 3 took its beginning near the same point. John Tufts, the third son of Nathaniel, became a merchant on a Kennebec river plantation, and died early. He left a widow, but no children. He devised his real estate principally to his brother William. Isaiah was a soldier in the French and Indian war. He married Abigail Pierce, the sister of the wives of his brothers Nathaniel and William. He died at the age of thirty-three, leaving two children, Nathaniel and Abigail. The former of these is believed to have died in early life; the latter was never married. John, 2nd, the son of William, never married. He died about the year 1829, aged about sixty-one. These three sons of Nathaniel, therefore, left no descendants after the first generation. Nor, indeed, have there been any descendants of Nathaniel bear
IV.—31. Perkins, Colonel, Thomas Handyside, IV.—16. Perkins Family, The, II.—14. Perkins House, Medford Turnpike, II.—14. Perkins-street Church, III.—17. Perry, Elizabeth, II.—23. Petersburg, Va., I.—39; II.—38; IV.—28. Pierce, Abigail, I.—23. Pierce Academy, II.—29. Pierce, Elizabeth (wife of Ebenezer Smith), L—24. Pierce, James, I.—23. Pierce, Mary, wife of Nathaniel Tufts, I.—24. Pierce, Mary, wife of John Stone, I.—24. Pierce, Thomas, II.—29. PiersPierce, Elizabeth (wife of Ebenezer Smith), L—24. Pierce, James, I.—23. Pierce, Mary, wife of Nathaniel Tufts, I.—24. Pierce, Mary, wife of John Stone, I.—24. Pierce, Thomas, II.—29. Pierson, Colonel George H., IV.—24. Pierson, Rev. William H., I.—11, 14. Pierson, Rev. William H., Address by, I.—19. Pillsbury, L. B., I.—13. Ploughed Hill, II.—10. Point of Rocks, I.—36. Pope, General, I.—36. Pope, General, Army of, III.—24. Po River, I.—38. Port Hudson, siege of, IV.—30. Portland, Me., I.—34. Portsmouth, N. H., I.—7. Potomac River, I.—36; IV.—25. Powder House, II.—21, 22, 23; IV
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., My Revolutionary ancestors: major Job Cushing, Lieutenant Jerome Lincoln, Walter Foster Cushing (search)
f Captain Cushing's company for two months service. He was next with Colonel Gratan's regiment and was stationed at Hull. Again we hear of him in the Jersey campaign, camping that dreadful winter, and he was in the battle of Morristown. Needed clothing was sent him by his family. Neither young man married until after the war. Jerome Lincoln married Elizabeth Lincoln and there were fourteen children. Jerome applied for a pension at the age of seventy-nine. Major Job Cushing married Abigail Pierce of Scituate. There were four children, Job Cushing, Jr., being the eldest. This son, Job, married Elizabeth, daughter of Jerome Lincoln. She was the twelfth of the fourteen children. They were my grandparents. My father, Samuel I. Cushing, was the son of this marriage. My Grandmother Cushing has told of her young brother, Isaiah. He was on the fishing schooner Nancy that started out on a risky voyage in September, 1814, but she was captured by the British. The captain and Isai