re, at the corner of Brattle and Sparks streets. John Vassall, Esq., £ 100; Widow Penelope Vassall, £ 15; William Brattle, Esq., £ 29; Ralph Inman, Esq., £ 40; Edward Stow, £ 10; David Phips, Esq., £ 40. Five of these estates were subsequently confiscated and sold by the Commonwealth; the estates of Lechmere (144 acres) and Oliver (96 acres), to Andrew Cabot, Esq., of Salem, Nov. 24, 1779; the estate of Sewall (44 acres) to Thomas Lee of Pomfret, Conn., Dec. 7, 1779;
Sometimes called English Thomas, to distinguish him from another Thomas Lee, his nearest neighbor.
He was a rich merchant, honored and beloved for his generosity to the poor.
He died May 26, 1797, in the 60th year of his age. the estate of Phips (50 acres) to Isaiah Doane of Boston, May 25, 1781; and the estate of Vassall (116 acres) to Nathaniel Tracy, Esq., of Newburyport, June 28, 1781.
Inman returned soon, and his estate was restored to him. The heirs of Borland and the widow Vassall succeeded to the ownership o<