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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 38 0 Browse Search
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houses and stores, some may be identified with tolerable accuracy. Vose & Makepeace erected the dwelling-house, which remains standing on the westerly corner of Main and Osborn streets, opposite to their store, before Dec. 17, 1795. Jonathan Brooks erected a store between Cherry and Windsor Streets, on the northerly side of Main Street, before June 5, 1795,—perhaps the same building so long occupied by Eliphalet Davis, and now by his son Thomas M. Davis, for the manufacture of fancy soap. Scott & Hayden erected a store on the lot next westerly from the store-lot of Vose & Makepeace, before 1800. Besides these, Stanton Parker erected a store and shed on the northerly side of Main Street, the precise location not known, before Nov. 11, 1794. Asaph Harlow purchased a lot on the northerly side of Main Street, Jan. 15, 1798, most of which was used in 1873 for the construction of Portland Street; and the house which he erected was then removed a few feet eastwardly to the easterly corn
elcher, aged 57, Martha Remington aged 31, and Mary Mitchell, aged 20, being sworne, doe say, that on ye 28th day of Febr. last, abt 10 of the clocke at night, Ri: Scott came into ye house of ye said Belcher, and suddenly after he came in broak out into many hideous raileing expressions agt ye worll Capt. Daniel Gookin, calling himat the Island, but some English dog discovered it, the devil will plague him, etc. Sworn before Simon Willard, Assistant, March 4, 1675-6. Mass. Arch, XXX. 192. Scott was fined and imprisoned; he afterwards made a very humble confession, and was released. Two copies of a written handbill are preserved, dated on the same day that Scott gave vent to his wrath: Boston, February 28, 1675. Reader thou art desired not to supprese this paper, but to promote its designe, which is to certify (those traytors to their king and country) Guggins and Danford, that some generous spirits have vowed their destruction; as Christians wee warne them to prepare for death,
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. Smith, Jacob. Smith, Ralph. Soper, Frederick. South wick, Simeon. Stearns, Asahel. Stebbins,Scott, Nathaniel. Seaver, Richard. Short, Thomas W. Skinner, Benjamin. Slocomb, Emmons. Smith, Billings. Smith, Jacob. Smith, Ralph. Soper, Frederick. South wick, Simeon. Stearns, Asahel. Stebbins, Smith. Stedman, Ebenezer. Stedman, Samuel. Stevens, Atherton H. Stimson, James. Stimson, Royal. Stone, Abraham. Stone, Daniel. Stone, William F. Snyder, John. Sherman, Abraham P. Sherman, Prentice. Snow, Joseph. Summers, Samuel S. Stevens, Alexander. Stone, Ezra. Studley, George. Tarbell, John. Tarbell, Samson. Teel, Ammi C. Thayer, Richard. Tidd, John. Thayer, Cephas P. Train, Isaac. Trowbridge, John. Tufts, Peter, Jr.
wtell, widow, to John Knight, 4 June 1711. Saxton, Moses, d. here 24 Oct. 1690. Mary, m. Samuel Goffe 9 Nov. 1682. Scott, Thomas, was here in 1634, and in 1635 owned a house and five acres on the northerly side of Brattle Street, near Mason SSarah, had Thomas, b. 31 July 1710; Samuel, b. 22 Sept. 1712; Sarah, b. 9 Jan. 1714-15; Esther, b. 20 Feb. 1716-17. A Sarah Scott m. William Smith 27 Oct. 1757. 4. John, by w. Lydia, had Abraham, b. 27 June 1732. 5. Edward, established himseled by Samuel James and Daniel A. Buckley), where he traded in connection with the late John Trowbridge, under the name of Scott & Trowbridge. He subsequently purchased of B. & J. L. Austin, the adjoining estate, at the S. E. corner of Austin and Noth, had William, b. 11 Dec. 1755, d. in the almshouse 1 May 1802, a. 46. William the f. may have been the same who m. Sarah Scott of Newton 27 Oct. 1767, and had Rebecca, bap. 9 Oct. 1768. Elizabeth, m. Humphrey Miller 12 Sept. 1677. Mary, m. J
wtell, widow, to John Knight, 4 June 1711. Saxton, Moses, d. here 24 Oct. 1690. Mary, m. Samuel Goffe 9 Nov. 1682. Scott, Thomas, was here in 1634, and in 1635 owned a house and five acres on the northerly side of Brattle Street, near Mason SSarah, had Thomas, b. 31 July 1710; Samuel, b. 22 Sept. 1712; Sarah, b. 9 Jan. 1714-15; Esther, b. 20 Feb. 1716-17. A Sarah Scott m. William Smith 27 Oct. 1757. 4. John, by w. Lydia, had Abraham, b. 27 June 1732. 5. Edward, established himseled by Samuel James and Daniel A. Buckley), where he traded in connection with the late John Trowbridge, under the name of Scott & Trowbridge. He subsequently purchased of B. & J. L. Austin, the adjoining estate, at the S. E. corner of Austin and Noth, had William, b. 11 Dec. 1755, d. in the almshouse 1 May 1802, a. 46. William the f. may have been the same who m. Sarah Scott of Newton 27 Oct. 1767, and had Rebecca, bap. 9 Oct. 1768. Elizabeth, m. Humphrey Miller 12 Sept. 1677. Mary, m. J
. 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. Sears, 327. Segar, 81. Sewall, 109, 15-17, 126, 68, 9, 283, 7, 305, 10, 47, 75. Seymour, 328. Sharp, 6, 8, 228. Shed, 184. Shepard, 29, 34-6, 42, 3, 6, 8, 50-3, 9, 75, 6, 248-53, 58-62, 9, 74, 82, 3, 8, 321, 44, 85, 6, 97. Sherborne, 250. Sherlock, 110. Sherman, 283, 322. Shirley, 459. Shorfenburg, 320. Shrimpton, 103, 11, 389. Shute, 127. Sibley, 261, 74, 5. Sill, 59, 76, 257, 8, 398. Silloway, 435. Simes,
Livermore. Marrett. Mason. Murray. Parker. Peirce. Pratt. Prentice. Remington. Sampson. Scott. Seaver. Stone. Swett. Tapley. Walker. Watson. Wheat. Willis. Wilson. Winchester. Winshi Prentiss. Savil. Spear. Whittemore. Willard. Sawtell, 652. Knight. Parker. Post. Satle. Scott, 652. Austin. Biscoe. Buckley. Ewe. James. Jarvis. Smith. Trowbridge. Scripture, 652. Knapp. Buck. Cox. Daniel. Fessenden. Fowle. Hagar. Hill. Jordan. Miller. Parsons. Prentice. Scott. Thwing. White. Wyeth. Spaihawk, 656-9. Adams. Aspinwall. Avery. Bartlett. Blake. Brown. Pease. Peirce. Perry. Phipps. Pilet. Prentice. Quiner. Rand. Raymond. Roby. Russell. Scott. Smith. Sprague. Stone. Townsend. Upham. Warren. Watson. Weston. Wheeler. Whiting. Whitm
Habeas corpus. --On Saturday last the following free negroes — William and Sylvia Scott, Wm. T. and Margaret James, Wm. H. and Elizabeth James, Robert James, Edward George, Shadrack James, Robert and Georgianna Fagan, Billy James, Edward and Sarah Scott, Wm. Whiting, Henry Pleasants, Norman Harris, Parthena Holmes, Elizabeth Scott, Walthall James, Joseph R. Fagan, Mildred Fagan, Emily Bradley, Kesiah Fagan, Wm. E. Fagan, Mary W. Green, Marcellus James, and Hester Walker--27 in all — were before Judge Meredith on a writ of habeas corpus, alleging that they were illegally detained in custody. The warrant on which the parties were arrested named about thirty men; but the officers who executed it, believing that the women and children were equally guilty of aiding the enemy, took them into custody. After hearing the evidence, the Judge ordered the release of the women and children, but held the men for further examination next Wednesday, and directed the constables to proceed at o