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Charles A. Nelson , A. M., Waltham, past, present and its industries, with an historical sketch of Watertown from its settlement in 1630 to the incorporation of Waltham, January 15, 1739. 8 0 Browse Search
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gelow had settled on or near Chester Brook in 1676. Several of the deacons in Mr. Angier's church lived in this section. Jonathan Sanderson His grandson, Abner Sanderson, was Assessor 25 years, 1766-1805; Select-man 21 years, 1778-1806; Representative 23 years, 1778-1808; also a Justice of the Peace and principal surveyor of t authorizing the Delegates from this State to ratify the same in ye Congress of the United States, that the same may become conclusive. September 28, 1778, Abner Sanderson, Elisha Cutler, Peter Warren, John Bright, and Jonas Child were chosen by the town a Committee to estimate the services of persons in the war either by beariners descended to the children's children, and the record of Waltham in the Rebellion is as much to her honor and credit as in the Revolution. May 24, 1779, Abner Sanderson See note 2, p. 97. was chosen Representative, and was empowered to vote for the calling of a State Convention to form a new Constitution, on the condition
ed, 10; first church in Massachusetts organized at, 12; 14, 15, 18; company sent from to Mishawum, 38. Saltonstall: Gilbert; Richard, lord mayor of London; Samuel, 16 n. 1. Saltonstall, Sir, Richard, leader of plantation at Watertown, 16; autograph, 16 n. 1; location of his homestall, 19, 44: first member of the church in Watertown, 22; provides a house for Rev. Mr. Phillips, 23; fined for whipping two persons, 23; children of, 23 n. 2; returned to England, 23, 25, 57; 79 n. 1. Sanderson, Abner, 97 n. 2, 103, 104; Isaac, 80; Deacon John, house of, 98; Jonathan, deacon, 72, 97; Nathan, 117. Sawgus, settlement upon the river of 15, 38 n. 2. Sawin, Daniel, occupied Phillips house, 45. Saybrook, Conn., 39. School, a moving, ordered, 71. School-buildings, number of, 139. School-house, first, in Trapelo, 80-1. School-houses, Grammar and High, 139. School-girls raise money for Soldiers' Aid Society, 111. Scolds, treatment of, 58. Screws, infinitesimal, 13