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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 15: ecclesiastical History. (search)
of the number of subscribers and sums subscribed for building the N. Meeting house in Cambridge. Saml. Kent,£ 13.12.0 Nathl. Kidder,13.12.0 Peter Tufts,14.2.0 Isaac Watson,9.6.8 Saml. Whittemore,12.0.0 Jacob Watson,7.0.0 John Wyeth,10.0.0 Peleg Stearns,13.6.8 John Warland,7.6.8 Isaac Bradish,8.0.0 Wm. Manning,10.13.4 John Winthrop,21.11.7 Judah Monis,13.6.8 Ebenr. Fessenden,11.6.8 Richd. Champney,8.0.0 Eb. Stedman,17.8.0 Z. Boardman,9.6.8 Edm. Trowbridge,20.0.0 Edwd. Ruggles,6.13.4 Saml. Danforth,14.5.0 Saml. Sparhawk,13.6.8 W. Brattle,26.0.0 Edw. Manning,7.4.0 Edw. Wigglesw[orth]16.2.8 Thos. Soden,10.0.0 Edwd. Marrett,11.6.8 Jno. Fessenden,10.0.0 Owen Warland,7.6.8 Wm. How,8.0.1 Henry Flynt,9.6.8 John Hicks,7.10.0 Wm. Angier,7.1.0 Jona. Sprague,10.14.0 Moses Richardson,8.12.0 Mr. Appleton,13.6.8 Ebenr. Bradish,14.10.0 Thomas Kidder,100.0 Jona. Hastings,20.0.0 Stephen Prentice,10.13.4 James Read,10.3.0 Fr. Foxcroft,18.13.4 Caleb Prentice
. William Angier. In the House of Representatives, Jan. 27, 1764. Read, and ordered That the sum of fifteen pounds be paid out of the public Treasury to the petitioner in full consideration for his sufferings. Sent up for concurrence. Timo. Ruggles, Spkr. In Council, Jan. 27, 1764. Read, and concurred. John Cotton, D. SecY. Consented to, Fra. Bernard. Mass. Arch., LXXX. 395. General Brattle remained Major-general of all the militia in the Province until the commencement of the Rev file, however, that the Cambridge Light Infantry were in camp at South Boston fifty-one days, commencing Sept. 10, 1814. The company consisted of Captain Samuel Child, Jr.; Lieutenant Jonathan C. Prentiss; Ensign Eliab W. Metcalf; Sergeants, John Ruggles, William Hunnewell, Oliver L. Child, Rufus Roberts; Corporals, Jacob H. Bates, Asa Wyman; Fifer, Nathaniel Munroe; Privates, William Bates, Elijah Bellows, David Bowtell, John Brackett, William Brown, James Child, Nathaniel Colburn, Charles Ev
Artemas. Page, Isaac. Pay son, Samuel. Pay son, Samuel, Jr. Peirce, Artemas. Peirce, Joseph. Pitts, Edmund. Pratt, Dexter. Priest, Jonathan. Palmer, Nathan. Rand, Benjamin. Read, James. Read, Joel. Read, Joseph S. Read, Lawrence. Reed, Enos. Reemie, Marcus. Reney, William L. Reynolds, Nathaniel S Rice, Charles. Rice, Joseph W. Richards, Edward. Richardson, Augustus. Richardson, Loa. Rindge, Samuel. Roberts, Rufus. Ruggles, John. Rule, James. Russell, Nathan. Russell, John. Rand, James. Richards, Sullivan. Robertson, John. Roulston, George. Roundy, Oliver. Rumrill, Joseph. Russell, Phinehas. Roby, Ebenezer. Sales, Francis. Saunders, Richard. Saunders, William. Sawin, Joshua. Sawyer, Franklin. Sawyer, Samuel F. Scott, Ebenezer B. Scott, Nathaniel. Seaver, Richard. Short, Thomas W. Skinner, Benjamin. Slocomb, Emmons. Smith, Billings. Smi
ore 1642. Gibson, John, in 1635, owned a house on the easterly side of Sparks Street not far southerly from Vassall Lane; and soon after he added three acres more, so that his estate extended across to Garden Street. By his w. Rebecca he had five children, all bap. here: Rebecca, b. about 1635, m. Charles Stearns 22 June 1654, and within two years afterwards was grievously afflicted with a mental disorder, imagining herself to be under the power of witchcraft; Mary, b. Mar. 1637-8, m. John Ruggles of Rox. 3 Ap. 1655; and d. 6 Dec. 1674; Martha,b. . Ap. 1639, m. Jacob Newell of Rox. 3 Nov. 1657; John, b. about 1641; Samuel, b. 28 Oct. 1644. His w. Rebecca was buried at Rox. 1 . Dec. 1661, and he m. Joanna wid. of Henry Prentice, 24 July 1662. He signed a petition to the King in 1688, and d. in 1694, a. 93. 2. John, s. of John (1), m. Rebecca Errington 9 Dec 1668, and had Rebecca , b. 4 Oct. 1669, and perhaps others. He d. 15 Oct. 1679, a. 38; his w. Rebecca d. 4 Dec. 1713, aft
ore 1642. Gibson, John, in 1635, owned a house on the easterly side of Sparks Street not far southerly from Vassall Lane; and soon after he added three acres more, so that his estate extended across to Garden Street. By his w. Rebecca he had five children, all bap. here: Rebecca, b. about 1635, m. Charles Stearns 22 June 1654, and within two years afterwards was grievously afflicted with a mental disorder, imagining herself to be under the power of witchcraft; Mary, b. Mar. 1637-8, m. John Ruggles of Rox. 3 Ap. 1655; and d. 6 Dec. 1674; Martha,b. . Ap. 1639, m. Jacob Newell of Rox. 3 Nov. 1657; John, b. about 1641; Samuel, b. 28 Oct. 1644. His w. Rebecca was buried at Rox. 1 . Dec. 1661, and he m. Joanna wid. of Henry Prentice, 24 July 1662. He signed a petition to the King in 1688, and d. in 1694, a. 93. 2. John, s. of John (1), m. Rebecca Errington 9 Dec 1668, and had Rebecca , b. 4 Oct. 1669, and perhaps others. He d. 15 Oct. 1679, a. 38; his w. Rebecca d. 4 Dec. 1713, aft
Read, 201, 31, 92, 324, 40, 427, 8. Reading, 11, 32. Reed, 201, 31, 92, 324, 40, 427, 8. Remington, 124, 5, 35, 224, 7, 88, 375, 94, 8. Reyle, 76. Rice, 36, 339. Richards, 11, 32, 110, 11,15. Richardson, 292, 310, 32, 36, 413, 14, 31-33. Riedesel, 168, 427. Riorden, 329. Robbins, 59, 76, 140, 3, 263, 407. Roberts, 36, 370. Robinson, 80, 226, 331, 415. Rogers, 288, 9. Rolfe, 54. Rollins, 341. Roripaugh, 319. Row, 341. Rugg 319, 27. Ruggles, 168, 9, 292, 406. Rule, 217. Ruscoe, 35. Russell, 35, 54, 9, 76, 86, 116, 17, 226, 86, 306, 68, 73,89, 412, 14, 15. Sabine, 170. Sackett, 8, 11, 32. Safford, 306, 17. Saltonstall, 6-8, 115,16, 229, 384. Sampson, 390. Sanborn, 324. Sanderson, 208. Sanger, 335. Santley, 36. Sargent, 111, 15, 308, 20, 423. Saunders, 306, 454. Savage, 69, 115, 259, 324, 30. Sawyer, 334. Scammon, 423. Scates, 110. Scott, 33, 117, 394. Scully, 340. S
, 9. Capen. Cotton. Downing. Dudley. Epes. Hubbard. Leverett. Oliver. Price. Remington. Ruggles. Tyng. Wade. Ward. Wiggin. Woodbridge. Brattle, 499, 500. Allen. Cogan. Coytmore. Eyre. roft. French. Hancock. Hayward. Holmes. Jarvis. Lowder. Parker. Phipps. Poulter. Rocke. Ruggles. Sewall. Shepard. Symmes. Whiting. Wilson. Withington. Wright. Daniel, 532. Andrew. Blodge Warland. Gearneh, 558. Gibson, 558, 9. Errington. Hill. Newell. Pemberton. Prentice. Rolfe. Ruggles. Stearns. Stedman. Girling, 559. Andrew. Benjamin. Bridge. Davis. Shepard. Weld. Willard. Lawrence. Locke. Longfellow. Longhorn. Martyn. Monis. Parker. Pierce. Rice. Richardson. Ruggles. Sewall. Shepard. Stanhope. Tidd. Vassall. Washington. Wells. Weston. Winsor. Witt. Wya