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HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MEDFORD, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT, IN 1630, TO THE PRESENT TIME, 1855. (ed. Charles Brooks) 4 0 Browse Search
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3 John Hall033 Caleb Brooks0111 Thomas Willis037 Stephen Willis0110 Peter Tufts, jun.034 Stephen Francis0110 John Whitmore017 Gershom Swan015 Isaac Fox0011 John Bradshor008 Jonathan Tufts0010 Daniel Woodward008 Andrew Mitchell008 Roger Scott007 Edward Walker008 Jacob Chamberlain008 Joseph Baker008    £1158 The excess raised in this tax, over the sum required, was to pay the collector. The valuation of live-stock, for rates in Medford, at this time, were the following:ld tenor), he being not of age. Voted to abate Lieutenant Stephen Hall's rates for his head (£ 3. 5s., old tenor), he being very old. In our earliest history, when the inhabitants had raised a certain sum in advance, two men, Nathan Lyon and Roger Scott, who had contributed their share, soon after moved out of town. At the next town-meeting, it was unanimously voted to refund to these men what they had paid. Map. Oct. 13, 1853: The town voted to authorize the selectmen to treat with Mr