where the same road now is.—See Sewall's Hist.
Wob, p. 26. The laying out of this road from Woburn, and that also from Watertown, in 1638, show the importance of Cooke's mill to the early settlers of this region. is very near the former Charlestowning away wood or timber on any land at Menotomy, on the side toward the town, of the path which goeth from the mill to Watertown (Paige, 54); the Great Swamp extended on both sides of Menotomy River (Paige, 55, note).
Fence viewers were first oad to Capt. Cooke's Mill, now in possession of William Cutter.—County Court Records.
The Road from Cutter's Mill to Watertown is named in the Proprietors' Records of Cambridge before 1720.
In the same records mention is made, in 1689, of Samu 1746.
See Wyman's Chs.; Paige's Camb. 504; and Goddin Family in Genralogies.
1724. Voted that the road leading to Watertown be removed from the northerly to the southerly side of the land reserved for a burying-place, Mr. Jason Russell and the
; Appleton, First Parish, Cambridge; Storer, Watertown; Turell, Medford. were desired to assist in , and the Churches of Lexington, Medford and Watertown assisted in that solemnity.
1739, Nov. 17of Cambridge, Williams of Waltham, Storer of Watertown, Turell of Medford, Bowes of Bedford, and Coune 4, 1773; at Lexington, Sept. 5, 1779; at Watertown, Sept. 12, 1779; and on May 21, 1780.
Itowns interested were Cambridge, Charlestown, Watertown, Woburn, Lexington and Medford, all of whichd from the committee, taking a cross-road to Watertown (the British being in possession of the Lexilitia, who had not marched, whom he found at Watertown, then pushed to join the militia, taking a core the Honorable Congress of the Colony, at Watertown, Wednesday, May 31, 1775, by Samuel Langdon, Hannah Gibbs.
Married Henry Bradshaw, of Watertown, June 3, 1781. 1755, Oct. 17, a daughter bordge, and the Churches of Lexington, Medford, Watertown, Waltham, Brookline, Weston and Brookfield.
June, 1751 (she m. second, Richard Clark of Watertown). See Wyman's Charlestown Genealogies and Es Waltham, from Medford in 1758, afterward of Watertown (see Bond's Wat. 7, 674; Hist. Med. 570).
ary, d. 19 Oct. 1825, a. 52.
Eliza-Beth, of Watertown, m. Samuel Butterfield, 14 July, 1774.
Susaal Congress, p. 214.
Bradshaw, Henry, of Watertown, m. Hannah G. Cooke, 3 June, 1781.
dau. of , and the churches of Lexington, Medford and Watertown, assisted in that solemnity.
Such is the suNov. 1795, Menotomy, H. U. 1815, minister at Watertown and professor Harv.
Univ., d. 7 Apr. 1863; Sept. 1817, a. 48; Anna, b. 29 May, 1772, at Watertown; John, d. at Charleston, S. C, 31 Aug. 1796, (1). A dau. Sarah, m. Henry Spring, Jr., of Watertown (she of Chas.
of this precinct), 30 Jan. 17ecords, 5 Nov. 1751.
They had Ebenezer, b. (Watertown rec.) 17 Dec. 1752; Mary, b. 17 Sept. 1766, records that his birth is on the records of Watertown, deceased Nov. 1837.
His children, who wer
23, 24, 25; fifty years since founded, 46; first child baptized, 22; first precinct meeting, 21; incorporated as town of West Cambridge, 3, 114, 126; incorporated with part of Charlestown as the District of Menotomy, 3, 38, 39; meeting-house built, 23; meeting-house dedicated, 23, 24; new meeting-house, 110; preaching in, 21, 23; second minister settled, 106, 106, 107; set off as a distinct parish, 2
Sermon, at Rev. Mr. Cooke's ordination, by Rev. E. Turell, 30; by President Langdon at Watertown, cited, 66
Sermons by Mr. Cooke, 32-37, 39, 41-47, 49-51, 57, 84-89, 93, 94, 98-100; by Rev. Mr. Fiske, 107, 108, 122-128
Sexton, 107, 108, 114, 143
Sheds at Old Cambridge for Menotomy residents, 20; on parish land, 117, 141
Shooting of a woman in Menotomy in 1770, 42
Singing, 49, 109, 111, 113, 114, 242; school, 114, 116
Sketch of Major Ingalls, 157, 158; of Rev. S. A. Smith, 169: of Thomas Adams, 149, 160
Smith's West Cambridge on the 19th of April,