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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Samuel d. young); Elizabeth, b. 10 Dec. 1714. James the f. d. 29 Oct. 1751, a. 69. Clemance or Clement, William, owned a house and land, 1642, on the south side of the river (now Newton). No record of children; but a William Jr. appears on record, 1666. In 1672, William Clemance, Sen., sold all his real estate in Camb. and Billerica to Daniel Hudson of Lancaster, and said Hudson agreed to maintain him and his wife. Martha, probably w. of William, Sen., d. 4 Jan. 1659, and William m. Ann Taylor 3 Ap. 1660. Colby, Anthony (otherwise written Coleby, Colebie, Coldby, Couldby, Couldbey), in 1635, owned house and three acres near the southerly side of Brattle Street; and another house with three acres, extending from Garden Street to the way leading from Brattle Street to Fresh Pond. These and other parcels he sold in 1639 to Simon Crosby, and removed to Salisbury. He died 1663, leaving 8 children. Farmer. Cole, Arthur, m. Lydia Barrett, 27 Nov. 1673, and had Arthur, b. 20 De
Samuel d. young); Elizabeth, b. 10 Dec. 1714. James the f. d. 29 Oct. 1751, a. 69. Clemance or Clement, William, owned a house and land, 1642, on the south side of the river (now Newton). No record of children; but a William Jr. appears on record, 1666. In 1672, William Clemance, Sen., sold all his real estate in Camb. and Billerica to Daniel Hudson of Lancaster, and said Hudson agreed to maintain him and his wife. Martha, probably w. of William, Sen., d. 4 Jan. 1659, and William m. Ann Taylor 3 Ap. 1660. Colby, Anthony (otherwise written Coleby, Colebie, Coldby, Couldby, Couldbey), in 1635, owned house and three acres near the southerly side of Brattle Street; and another house with three acres, extending from Garden Street to the way leading from Brattle Street to Fresh Pond. These and other parcels he sold in 1639 to Simon Crosby, and removed to Salisbury. He died 1663, leaving 8 children. Farmer. Cole, Arthur, m. Lydia Barrett, 27 Nov. 1673, and had Arthur, b. 20 De
Acknowledgments. We have received many communications upon the Confederacy flag subject, but owing to the crowded condition of our columns are plenied the pleasure of publishing them. "The Pair" write as an interesting letter upon this subject, and encloses five dollars, to be handed over to the Receiver, in behalf of the soldiers of Western Virginia. We hereby acknowledge the receipt of the favor. The Buckingham soldiers, in the 21st regiment Virginia volunteers, requests us to acknowledge the receipt of a bundle of socks from Miss Ann Taylor.