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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 10 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ona. Winship, whites12 black, 1. Mr. Cocklin9 Ebenezer Seaver9 Nathaniel Wilton3 Caleb Coolidge3 Ezekiel Comee5 Samuel Champney4 Daniel Dana4 Mr. Wells^ Benjamin Dana6 Josiah Sanderson2 Moses Robbins7 John Stratton6 Jonas White2 Samuel Zeagars, white8 blacks, 2. Stephen Dana4 Jonathan Park5 Silas Robbins5 Benjamin Faneuil, Esq., white4 blacks, 3. John Tudor, white4 black, 1 Thomas Sparhawk, Esq., white8 black, 2. James Robbins4 Benjamin Hill7 Phinehas Robbins6 David Ross3 Edmund Horton6 Samuel Sparhawk10 Edward Hastings, white7 black, 1. Moses Griggs6 Maj. John Gardner, white8 black, 2 Ezra Comee5 Michael Taylor3 The foregoing enumeration is preserved in the City Clerk's Office. It is manifest that, in the last section, the whole number of inhabitants is included, instead of ratable polls as in the first and second sections. On a separate paper in the same file, this memorandum is found: The whole number of polls on the south side of Charles
is brother Benjamin at Newbury, executed a nuncupative will 30 Sept. 1681, and died before the next morning. His w. Mary survived, and was here 2 Oct. 1683. Roscoe, William (otherwise written Reskie, Ruscoe, and Ruskew), m. widow Hester Muzzy 1635, and sold some of her land 24 Mar. 1635-6. He was appointed to make a pound, 23 Ap. 1636, but soon afterwards rem. to Hartford, where Hinman says he was a Juror in 1644. Rose, John, d. 12 Dec. 1640. Richard m. Huldah Russell 5 Oct. 1722. Ross, Thomas, m. Seeth (often written Seth), dau. of William Holman, 16 Jan. 1661-2, and had here Thomas, b. 19 Dec. 1662, d. young; Margaret, b. 22 Jan. 1663-4, m.——Levistone; Thomas, b. 20 June 1668; and in Billerica, Sarah, b. 21 June 1671; Hannah, b. 31 Mar. 1679, m.--Patten; John, b. 18 Jan. 1686-7. Thomas the f. was a Scotchman, and was a servant to Edward Winship 9 June 1656, when he had liberty to mow the grass in the swamp anent the north end of Spy Pond. He rem. to Billerica about 1670
is brother Benjamin at Newbury, executed a nuncupative will 30 Sept. 1681, and died before the next morning. His w. Mary survived, and was here 2 Oct. 1683. Roscoe, William (otherwise written Reskie, Ruscoe, and Ruskew), m. widow Hester Muzzy 1635, and sold some of her land 24 Mar. 1635-6. He was appointed to make a pound, 23 Ap. 1636, but soon afterwards rem. to Hartford, where Hinman says he was a Juror in 1644. Rose, John, d. 12 Dec. 1640. Richard m. Huldah Russell 5 Oct. 1722. Ross, Thomas, m. Seeth (often written Seth), dau. of William Holman, 16 Jan. 1661-2, and had here Thomas, b. 19 Dec. 1662, d. young; Margaret, b. 22 Jan. 1663-4, m.——Levistone; Thomas, b. 20 June 1668; and in Billerica, Sarah, b. 21 June 1671; Hannah, b. 31 Mar. 1679, m.--Patten; John, b. 18 Jan. 1686-7. Thomas the f. was a Scotchman, and was a servant to Edward Winship 9 June 1656, when he had liberty to mow the grass in the swamp anent the north end of Spy Pond. He rem. to Billerica about 1670
ison. Longhorn. Manning. Oakes. Peirce. Russell. Rutter. Shattuck. Shepherd. Sparhawk. Stedman. Stratton. Swan. Sweetman. Williams. Holley, 587. Kendall. Holman, 587, 8. Gipson. Prentice. Ross. Holmes, 588. Bordman. Brown. Felt. Johnson. Parsons. Read. Stiles. Thatcher. Upham. Wendell. Homwood, 588. Hooker, 589. Ames. Cotton. Leverett. Mitchell. Newton. Shepard. Wigglesworth. Leonard. Manning. Reed. Safford. Simonds. Simons. Swift. Tidd. Tufts. Upham. Webster. Weeks. Rolfe, 645, 6. Coffin. Cutter. Scullard. Roscoe, 646. Muzzey. Ruskew. Rose, 646. Russell. Ross, 646. Bumford. Holman. Levistone. Patten. Winship. Rugg, 646. Munroe. Russell, 646-51. Abbott. Adams. Bailey. Ballard. Barnard. Belcher. Belknap. Bemis. Blackington. Blodgett. Boynton. Br
Hampden Sydney. --A secession flag now floats over the old College. When the question was asked, where will we get a pole? "David Ross," the old College servant, true to the students as ever, said, "I'll go and cut one, and carry the big eend." The company, as has been stated by a correspondent, was regularly organized, under the superintendence of Col. Womack. Dr. J. M. P. Atkinson was elected Captain. The services of the company have been offered to the State. "Davy" says he must go along and be cook — an offer that none of the students will refuse. The State has furnished the company with "Pocket Columbiads," and will accept their services. They will await the orders of the Common-wealth. Every one of the students, even those from old Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and California, with North Carolina and Texas, have signified their willingness to go into effective service for Virginia. They are panting to follow their gallant captain to "victory or to death." On Wedne