ce on Watertown and Waltham line, till it strikes Lexington line; thence on Lexington line till it strikes Woburn line; thence on Woburn and Charlestown line to the little river first mentioned.
This act contains the proviso that nothing therein shall be so construed as to impair the right or privilege of the Congregational minister of the town of West Cambridge, which he now holds in Harvard College.
The teaching elders of six towns, namely Cambridge, Watertown, Charlestown, Boston, Roxbury and Dorchester, by act of 1642, were to constitute a part of the Board of Overseers of Harvard College.
The inhabitants were vested with all the powers and privileges, and subject to all the duties other corporate towns were subject to in this commonwealth.
They were to hold a proportion of property owned in common—to pay arrears of taxes, to support their proportion of poor, to support their proportion of the old bridge over Charles River between the First and Third Parishes of Camb
ackett, Thomas S. and Rebecca Tufts, both Charlestown, m, 19 Apr. 1837.
Bradbury, Edward, of Roxbury, and Abigail Hill of Camb.
m. 28 Oct. 1804.
Bradish, Ebenezer, Jr., A. B. [H. U. 1769], was11 Sept. 1774, d. 26 Aug. 1777, a. 3; Abigail, b. 19, bap. 29 Mar. 1778, m. Edward Bradbury, of Roxbury, 28 Oct. 1804; Joseph, b. 20, bap. 27 Aug. 1780, d. 23 Sept. 1807, a. 26.
Samuel the father d.bury, Mass., Jan. 6, 1866.
A monument was erected to his memory in Forest Hills Cemetery, Roxbury, Mass., which has a fine medallion and good likeness of the General, with these inscriptions:
Sullivan, Richard, a pewholder here in 1805. Wyman, 915.
Sumner, Catherine, of Roxbury, m. Gershom Cutter, Jr., 23 June, 1786—Cutter (par.
Swan, Ebenezer, adm. Pet.
ch. at or Ashburnham; Nancy, wife of Richard C. Hastings, of Boston; Harriet, wife of Reuben Winslow, of Roxbury.
（4) Joshua, s. of Ebenezer (1), settled about 1813 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and deceased Feb. 1