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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 30., The Brooks Estates in Medford from 1660 to 1927. (search)
arm, which lay, it is believed, at the northern end of the pond near the Winchester of today. The first Brooks estate, then, was situated on the east side of Mystic pond and east and north of the Mystic river. The mill referred to stood a few rods below the later bridge at the weirs. About one hundred acres lay on the south sistate appears to have comprised all the land on the east side of Grove street, and the northern part of that on the west side between Grove street and the upper Mystic pond, as well as the eastern part of the property lying south of High street, including the house which he occupied. Caleb Brooks died in Medford in 1696. His rend on the east side of Grove street, from Symmes corner as far south as Slow pond, now Brooks pond, and the land west of this between Grove street and the upper Mystic pond. On the death of Ebenezer in 1743, his four sons inherited his real estate. They and their descendants held the property until about the time of the Revolutio