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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. 5 3 Browse Search
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land near the meeting-house. March 25th, Thomas Hammond, John Smith, John Bemis, Ensign Thomas Harrington and Deacon Jonathan Sanderson were chosen Selectmen for the ensuing year, and Samuel Livermore was re-elected Town Clerk and Treasurer, an ofStockes. £ 1 9s. was ordered to be paid for mending meeting-house glass during the year 1737. July 3, 1738, Deacon Jonathan Sanderson and Ensign Thomas Harrington were desired to treat with Mr. Timothy Herrington, and agree with him if they can convenient board for the teacher. The Selectmen were to have a school kept in the school-house, on the land of Deacon Jonathan Sanderson, near the junction of Beacon and Lexington Streets, until December, and then were to divide the remainder of thad 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