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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 4 0 Browse Search
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of Jonathan (4), resided in Billerica, m. Rebecca Parker 27 June 1682, and d. 1710; his w. d. prob. 1755, when her dower was divided to her son Jonathan, the heirs of sons Thomas, Samuel, Nicholas, Jacob, and John, all deceased, and to daughters Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Sarah. 8. Samuel, S. of Jonathan (4), resided in Billerica and was perhaps the same whose estate was divided in 1742, to wid. Hannah, and children Samuel, Jonathan, Elizabeth, Hannah, Rachel, Lydia, and the heirs of Abigail Ruggles, deceased. 9. Samuel, s. of Rev. John (5), b. in Dorchester, grad. H. C. 1715, established himself in Cambridge as schoolmaster about 1724, having had the general charge of the school for some years previously, it would seem. In 1725 he purchased of Samuel Hancock the estate on the easterly side of Dunster Street, between Harvard and Mount Auburn streets, where he resided for the next half century. The house in which he dwelt was demolished not many years ago. He m. Elizabeth Symm
of Jonathan (4), resided in Billerica, m. Rebecca Parker 27 June 1682, and d. 1710; his w. d. prob. 1755, when her dower was divided to her son Jonathan, the heirs of sons Thomas, Samuel, Nicholas, Jacob, and John, all deceased, and to daughters Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Sarah. 8. Samuel, S. of Jonathan (4), resided in Billerica and was perhaps the same whose estate was divided in 1742, to wid. Hannah, and children Samuel, Jonathan, Elizabeth, Hannah, Rachel, Lydia, and the heirs of Abigail Ruggles, deceased. 9. Samuel, s. of Rev. John (5), b. in Dorchester, grad. H. C. 1715, established himself in Cambridge as schoolmaster about 1724, having had the general charge of the school for some years previously, it would seem. In 1725 he purchased of Samuel Hancock the estate on the easterly side of Dunster Street, between Harvard and Mount Auburn streets, where he resided for the next half century. The house in which he dwelt was demolished not many years ago. He m. Elizabeth Symm