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Lot.Acres. 1. Daniell Cheaver20 2. William Clemmance, senr.30 3. Daniell Kempster80 4. William Bull15 5. Roger Bucke10 6. Thomas ffox80 7. Humphery Bradshew15 8. Mr. Boman20 9. William Clemmance30 10. Richard Cutter80 11. Thomas Longhorne60 12. Daniell Blogget40 13. Robert Holmes150 14. Th. Hall20 15. Widow Banbricke40 16. John Jacson50 17. Wm. Homan50 18. Nath. Greene and Mother80 19. Richard ffrench20 20. John Watson80 21. Richard Woodes10 22. John Taylor60 23. Wid: Wilkerson60 24. Lieft. William ffrench150 25. Joseph Miller15 26. Jonath. Hide20 27. David ffiske60 28. Wid: Hancocke10 29. And. Stevenson60 30. Mr. Elijath Corlet100 31. David Stone50 32. Tho. Danforth220 Lot. Acres. 33. Rich. ffrances 60 34. John Parker 10 35. Jonath. Padlefoote 15 36. Edw. Hall 70 37. Ri. Oldam 60 38. Gilbert Cracbone 90 39. Robert Stedman 90 40. Tho. Swoetman 70 41. Wm. Bordman 60 42. John Betts 90 43. John Shepard
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 15: ecclesiastical History. (search)
o accompany him hither, was defrayed by the church. August the 9th 1671. Delivered to William Manning sixty pounds in silver to pay Mr. Prout toward the transportation of Mr. Urian Oakes his familie and goods, and other disbursements and for John Taylor his passage, I say payed him the just sume of 60l. 0. 0. Let it be taken notice of that Mr. Prout dos demaund thirteen pounds more due to him. This balance was subsequently paid, as appears by the account: Disbursed for Mr. Oakes transportation from Old England with his family 73l. Also a gratuity was given to the messenger. Out of the legacy of £ 20 bequeathed to the church by Hezekiah Usher, who died in 1676, there was given to John Taylor five pound, hee being in sume streights by reason of a dept in England he goeing to accompany our pastor to New England it was the ocation of it. An additional glimpse of the customs of that period is obtained from the following Account of the disbursements for the ordination of Mr
o Marrett, 1849, 1850, 1852. Charles R. Metcalf, 1849. Jonas Wyeth 2d, 1849. Isaiah Bangs, 1850. Edmund A. Chapman, 1850, 1851. Stephen Smith, 1850-1852, 1854. Abraham Edwards, Elected Oct. 6, 1851, in place of Edmund A. Chapman, deceased. 1851-1853. John Hews, 1851. Anson Hooker, 1851, 1852. Richard C. Joseph, 1851. Thaddeus B. Bigelow, 1852. Ambrose Chamberlain, 1852, 1853. John W. Donallan, 1853. George W. Livermore, 1853, 1854. George Meacham, 1853. John Taylor, 1853. Henry M. Chamberlain, 1854, 1859. Henry S. Hills, 1854. Linus A. Phillips, 1854. William A. Saunders, 1854, 1867. John B. Cook, 1855, 1856. Isaac Cutler, 1855-1857. John Dudley, 1855. James W. Gates, 1855. Joseph R. Knight, 1855. George H. Davies, 1856-1858. Isaac Davis, 1856. George W. Fifield, 1856, 1857. Edward T. Whitney, 1856-1858. John B. Atwill, 1857-1860. James G. Hovey, 1857. John Remick, Elected May 1, 1857, in place of James G. Hovey, deceas
He was the ancestor of the Talcotts in Hartford, and of the former Attorney-general of the State of New York. Hinman. Taylor, John, by w. Katherine, had Joseph, b. about 1651. John the f. went to England in 1671, as a special messenger of the Chrvices for that corporation. His epitaph, now somewhat mutilated, bears testimony to his worth: Here lyes the body of John Taylor, aged 73 years, deceased September 6th. 1683. He was a useful man in his generation, a lover of piety, a lover of leaemoved, and d. there in 1683. His children were Nathaniel, who resided at Hadley; Daniel, Jacob, John, Sarah Gilbert, Mrs. Taylor, and a daughter who had m. Mr. Hixton. Mr. White was a strict Puritan in all its forms, and left the Colony in consequwid. Hall, 20s.; to her son William and daughter Susan, 10s. each; to my honest brother Richard Francis, 20s.; to bro. John Taylor, 40s.; to Thomas Shepard, for his father's sake, £ 5; and the remainder to the children of his sister Christian Boyden
eral Court 1637– 1639; frequently an Assistant; and a Commissioner of the United Colonies, 1656, 1657, 1658, 1662, and 1663. He was the ancestor of the Talcotts in Hartford, and of the former Attorney-general of the State of New York. Hinman. Taylor, John, by w. Katherine, had Joseph, b. about 1651. John the f. went to England in 1671, as a special messenger of the Church, to accompany the Rev. Urian Oakes across the Atlantic. In this mission he contracted a debt which afterwards subjectedrvices, the Church subsequently granted him five pounds. He was the Butler of Harvard College, and perhaps performed other services for that corporation. His epitaph, now somewhat mutilated, bears testimony to his worth: Here lyes the body of John Taylor, aged 73 years, deceased September 6th. 1683. He was a useful man in his generation, a lover of piety, a lover of learning, a faithful servant of Harvard Colledg about 40 years. According to the Town Records he d. 7 Sept. 1683. His w. Kathe
. He was one of sixty persons in 1659 who signed an agreement to remove to Massachusetts for the settlement of Hadley. He removed, and d. there in 1683. His children were Nathaniel, who resided at Hadley; Daniel, Jacob, John, Sarah Gilbert, Mrs. Taylor, and a daughter who had m. Mr. Hixton. Mr. White was a strict Puritan in all its forms, and left the Colony in consequence of a division in the Church at Hartford. Hinman. 2. Thomas, about 1638 bought a house and half an acre of land on thting, viz., Roger Bancroft, John Hasting, Thomas Fox, William Patten, and Francis Whitmore, I give 20s. apiece; to my sister wid. Hall, 20s.; to her son William and daughter Susan, 10s. each; to my honest brother Richard Francis, 20s.; to bro. John Taylor, 40s.; to Thomas Shepard, for his father's sake, £ 5; and the remainder to the children of his sister Christian Boyden in England. His w. Mary m. Jacob Eliot 9 January 1654-5. Wilkinson, Isabel, a widow, was here early, and had several gra
kney, 328. Stimpson, 310. Stocking, 33. Stone, 32, 4, 6, 49, 58, 9,74– 6, 92, 4, 120, 33, 235, 48, 50, 69, 71, 8, 305, 36, 40, 64, 98. Storer, 294. Story, 237. Stoughton, 43, 77, 95, 111, 15, 271, 395. Stow, 170. Stowell, 288. Stratton, 292. Stutson, 331. Sullivan, 199, 422. Swan, 59, 76 181. Sweetser, 336. Swindell, 320. Sweetman, 59, 75, 402. Symonds, 69, 77, 444. Tailer, 403. Talcott, 11, 12, 21, 32, 9, 175, 233, 54. Tanner, 440. Taylor, 58, 75, 272, 3, 328, 30, 8. Temple, 307, 10. Thacher, 132. Thatcher, 55, 133, 43, 70, 85, 292, 375, 407-9, 21, 8. Thayer, 177, 331. Thompson, 226. Thoms, 342. Thorndike, 186. Thornton, 370. Thurloe, 64. Thurston, 334. Tidd, 121. Tilton, 78, 326. Timlow, 327. Tirrell, 320, Tomlins, 33. Torrey, 351. Touteville, 258. Towne, 36, 41, 59, 75, 255, 7, 364, 73. Townley, 324. Townsend, 126, 208, 403. Tracy, 170. Trafton, 330. Train
ne. Bancroft, 483. Bridge. Pratt. Saunders. Taylor. Barnard, 483. Bridge. Barrett, 483, 4. Barnarrmore. Luxford. Marrett. Russell. Saunders. Taylor. Watson. Whitney. Brigham, 501, 2. Eames. Fyre. Cheever, 509. Hawes. Healy. Messinger. Taylor. Woodhead. Cheney, 509. Atkinson. Belknap. . Winship. Woodmancy. Clement, 511. Hudson. Taylor. Colby, 511. Crosby. Cole, 511. Barrett. Frett. Moore. Page. Rice. Russell. Sewall. Taylor. Thomas. Wade. Willard. Dutton, 539. Crackbpencer. Wellington. Symmes, 668. Talcott, 668. Taylor, 668, 9. Clemance. Foxcroft. Oakes. Thatcher 6684. White, 684. Danforth. Hixton. Shepard. Taylor. Whitmore, 684-6. Blodgett. Bowmlan. Brooks. Hall. Hastings. Mitchell. Patten. Shepard. Taylor. Whitmore. Woods. Wilkinson, 691. Goffe. Wi