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leaving a widow and twelve children; and, two years later, Thomas Vose was appointed his guardian.
Job was employed, after his father's death, upon the farm of Daniel Vose
At Mr. Vose's house, still standing at the Lower Mills Village in Milton, adjacent to the railway station, were passed, in September, 1774, the Suffolk ResolMr. Vose's house, still standing at the Lower Mills Village in Milton, adjacent to the railway station, were passed, in September, 1774, the Suffolk Resolves, which have been regarded as the earliest organized demonstration for Independence in the American colonies.
The centenary of this event was commemorated in this historic house, by proper ceremonies, Sept. 9. 1874. of that town; and one day, when eighteen years of age, he made known, with some emphasis, his purpose to abandonuntil his death, with occasional visits to his friends in New York and Boston, and his relatives in Milton.
When in Massachusetts, he was usually the guest of Daniel Vose, at whose house in Milton he had lived before he entered college.
In 1787, Governor John Hancock appointed him a justice of the peace,—a distinction then les