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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6., Strangers in Medford, (continued from vol. 4, no. 2). (search)
ease. Dike, Jonathan(See John Adams) Dixon, Josiah  Hannah (wife)Charlestown,Apr., 1755Dec. 1, 1755 Dix, Sarah(See Sarah Reed) Dogget, widow of Isaac  Bathsheba (daugh'r)BraintreeFeb. 26, 1755 Dolbeir, SusannahBoston,May 17, 1758Nov. 27, 1758Servant of Thos. Seccomb. Dorumpel, Derumpel RobertNewtown,May 15, 1764In family of Timothy Tufts. Dunster, RebeccaMasson town,June 6, 1770In family of Joseph Tufts. Eades, Josiah (?)Watertown,June 21, 1755Orphan. Age 16. Apprentice to Ebenr. Tidd. Eastabrooks, Nehemiah  wife and child'nJan. 30, 1791Distiller. Emerson, AbigailCambridge,Mar. 27, 1754Feb. 26, 1755In service to Zacheriah Poole. English, WilliamAug. 31, 1797 Evens, AnnaWilmington,Sept. 17, 1765Sept. 1, 1756In service to Hezekiah Blanchard. Farley, MaryBillerica,Aug. 12, 1765Feb. 24, 1766In family of Aaron Blanchard. Farrington, Daniel Age 15.Jan. 30, 1791 Fillebrown, JamesCambridge,Mar. 10 1766May 16, 1767Apprentice to Nath'l Pierce. 2, 1767 Over the Hil
een on the east side of Main street at this point. Summer street was at first called Middlesex street, and was built practically on the tow path of the canal. There was a large artificial basin between there and Royall street where canal boats tied up to unload. On the south bank of the canal was the Columbian Hotel, which in its day had been a fine dwelling house. This hostelry, as well as the Medford House, was kept by James Bride and Augustus Baker. In the Royall House lived Mrs. Ruth Tidd, a sister of William Dawes, who on April 18, 1775, rode out by way of Roxbury to warn the Middlesex farmers of danger. She was about the only person in Medford who indulged in a coach and pair of horses. They were often seen on the road, and always on Sundays on the way to church. The carriage road to the stable was over a portion of the present Royall street; the stable stood facing Main street, near the corner of Royall and Florence streets. It seems strange to think of the Stear