an to Thomas Flucker.
Flucker had one of those delicate constitutions which could not endure the atmosphere of ‘74 and ‘75, and for all I know he and David Phipps went together.
They went for the same reason.
But Flucker, wiser than Phipps, assigned this mortgage by deed of December 12, 1774, to James Pitts, of Boston, before confiscation.
Here seems to be another foreclosure of the kind already mentioned.
Thomas Ireland makes no deed of the premises.
He died 1776 or 1777.
In 1812 John Pitts and others, who, I suppose are heirs of James Pitts, but whom I have not so verified, for $800 conveyed the premises described in the Flucker mortgage to Nehemiah Wyman.
Mr. Wyman died, and Joseph Tufts, Esq., was appointed administrator upon his estate.
By deed of August 14, 1820, for $227 the administrator conveyed to Edward Cutter a parcel of 2 acres, 1 quarter, and 36 poles, bounded northeasterly on Joseph Adams; easterly on Craigie's Road; southeasterly on a rangeway, and southwest