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Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Committees appointed for the school outside the Neck, together with the annual appropriations. (search)
Here the father died, 7 June, 1739, and his widow, dame Elizabeth, also, 21 April, 1747. Isaac Royall, Jr., born in the West Indies about 1719, thus became the heir of a large and productive estate the following facts:— In town meeting, May 10, 1743, the thanks of the town were voted to Isaac Royall for his gift of £ 100, to be used as the town sees fit. The same year he paid out on the high3. 0., which sum was offered as a gift to the town, and accepted with thanks. May 8, 1744, Isaac Royall offered his last year's salary as Representative, with the understanding that the town was towas to the school at the Neck. There was no school at the Neck at this time. May 19, 1746, Mr. Royall offers £ 30 for the use of the school without the Neck, in addition to what the town raises for that purpose, and £ 30 for supporting highways between Winter Hill and Mistick bridge. Mr. Royall was one of the selectmen for 1746, and for several years thereafter. May 11, 1747, he returns to t