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d the earliest, with the exception of a windmill—see Paige, 20—in Cambridge. Col. George Cooke, its owner, was slain in Ireland in the wars in 1652. His mill is now Fowle's, near Arlington Centre, long known as Cutter's Mill. Gov. John Winthropin Cromwell's army, and sacrificed his life in the service of the Commonwealth—being reported to be slain in the wars in Ireland in the year 1652. Samuel Shepard, chosen ensign in 1637, when Cooke was chosen captain, returned to England with him, brmy, very probably in Colonel Cooke's regiment, and was represented in Mitchell's Church Record, 1658, as then living in Ireland, where he probably died about 1673. In 1652 the inventory of the estate of Colonel George Cooke was accepted, and Mr. Hlonel Cooke's inventory, dated 8 mo. 4 da. 1652—of all the estate found in New England, of Colonel George Cooke, late in Ireland, deceased—names the dwelling-house at the mill, with all barns, outhouses, gardens, orchards and twenty acres of land