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se, which was raised July 17, at the expense of the people —The frame being given, and the cellar and well dug and stoned gratis, and the boards and shingles carted from Sudbury and Billerica free of charge to me. I married Oct. 2, 1740, Miss Sarah Porter, daughter of Mr. Samuel and Mrs. Anne Porter, of Hadley, and on Oct. 16, I brought her to my house. Cambridge, 27th Sept. 1740. These may certify whom it may concern that the purpose of marriage between the Rev. Mr. Samuel Cooke of Cambridge, and Mrs. Sarah Porter of Hadley has been entered and published in Cambridge as the law directs. ANDr Bordman, jun. Town Clerk. Hadley, Oct. 2, 1740. These may certifie that the within certified persons were joined in marriage. Grindall Rawson, Clerk. On Aug. 2, 1741, a son was born to us, and on the 9th he was baptized Samuel, and on the 14th inst. Samuel died. On the 22d the mother died, both dying of the throat distemper. My sister Miriam (now Pierce) kindly came and kept my
and particularly in the text. And God grant they may be attended to as things which nearly concern your everlasting peace, &c. &c. He had also a dau. stillborn (16 Jan.) 1761 (Nov. 1760, one entry). The first wife of Rev. Samuel Cooke was Sarah Porter, dau. of Samuel and Anne of Hadley; m. 2 Oct. 1740; brought by her husband to his house, 16 Oct.; had one child, and d. 22 Aug. 1741, a. 24 (family monument), as did her child the 14th previous, both dying of the throat distemper. He then m.ty, and David Tuttle, of Lexington, m. 21 May, 1818. Elias, and Harriet Hastings, of Lexington, m. 8 Aug. 1819. Samuel, and Elizabeth Locke, of Woburn, m. 20 May, 1824. Wid. Hannah, of Lexington, and John Anderson, of Boston, m. 31 Jan. 1828. Porter, and Sarah D. Clay, both of South Reading, m. 15 Aug. 1837. Snow, Doane, had son James Green Brown, bap. here 27 Mar. 1796. John, m. Eleanor Frost, 22 Nov. 1818. Eleanor, the same, probably, d. 3 May, 1819, a. 19. Benjamin, Esq., of Fitchbu
272, 273, 276, 282, 283, 298, 316 Phelps, 187, 283, 321 Philbrick, 283 Phillips, 32, 84, 266, 279, 283, 320, 329 Phips, 2 Phipps, 60 Pierce, see Peirce. Pierpont, 283, 331 Pilkington, 283 Pinkerton, 283 Piper, 94, 96, 167, 168, 283, 327 Pitcairne, 52 Pitts, 239, 281, 283 Plympton, 283 Poland, 160, 171, 283, 285 Pollard, 166, 178, 308, 351 Polly, 72, 96, 221, 283, 284, 305 Pomroy, 257, 284 Pool and Poole, 165, 211, 272, 284 Poor, 273 Porter, 31, 32, 80, 90, 91, 207, 223, 252, 273, 284, 344 Potamea, 58 Potter, 54, 154, 165, 170, 172, 177, 189, 284 Powers, 342 Pradox, 58 Pratt, 164, 188, 194,284 Prentice and Prentiss, 9, 20, 25, 27, 28, 94, 96, 110, 112, 113, 120,121, 131, 132,137, 140, 154, 167, 169, 170,186, 197, 198, 201, 203, 209,213, 232, 239, 243, 246,255, 268, 263, 282-87, 289-91, 295, 303, 310, 313, 318, 319, 324, 326,330, 331 Prescott, 130 Price, 286, 347 Priest, 286 Prince, 199, 287 Proc