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L Lawrence, b. 1745; m. Sarah Williams, Jan., 1768; and, dying April 24, 1733, left--  8-9Sarah, b. Oct. 13, 1768.  10Lemuel, b. Aug. 6, 1770.  11Olive, b. Feb. 13, 1772. 8-10LEMUEL Lawrence m. Mercy Perham, Nov. 5, 1794; and d. Sept. 20, 1832. He had--  10-12Lemuel, b. Sept. 1, 1795.  13Daniel, b. Sept. 12, 1797.  14Clarissa, b. Oct. 29, 1799.  15Sarah, b. Aug. 23, 1806. 10-13Daniel Lawrence m. Elizabeth Crocker, Sept. 25, 1823, and has--  13-16Mary Ann, b. Jan. 29, 1827.  17Daniel Warren, b. Oct. 8, 1830.  18Samuel Crocker, b. Nov. 22, 1832.  19Elizabeth Maria, b. Aug. 5, 1835; m. G. L. Barr, Nov. 20, 1851.  20Rosewell Bigelow, b. Dec. 22, 1838.  21William Harrison, b. July 24, 1840. 13-17Daniel W. Lawrence m. Mary Ellen Wilder, Oct. 18, 1851, and has--  17-22George W., b. Nov. 8, 1852.   Leathe, Benjamin, son of Francis and Sarah, b. July 12, 1714.  1LETHERBEE (or Laribee), Stephen, had, by wife Margaret,--  1-2Hannah, b. May 14, 1707.  3Margar
head of a lodge, and when Joseph Warren, Paul Revere, and other Revolutionary heroes were accustomed to meet at the Bunch of Grapes Tavern and talk of freedom as a Masonic principle. The Masonic Association, which was inaugurated in Cambridge by eighteen brethren on the 6th of February, 1805, was known at first as the Aurora Society. Meetings were held at Hovey's Tavern, on the southwest corner of Main and Douglass streets. The original call included a statement of purpose signed by Daniel Warren, Asa Ellis, Benjamin Bigelow, Charles Parks, Nathaniel Livermore, Isaac Barnard, Nathaniel R. Whitney, Jr., Nathan Crane, Samuel Albee, John Wheeler, Andrew Adams, Luke Hemenway, Elijah Learned, Nathan Fiske, Salmon Morton, Ebenezer Watson, Daniel Smith, and William Warren. This list includes many well-known Cambridge names. In accordance with this call, the first meeting was held on the 9th of February, and soon after by-laws were adopted and officers elected. The by-laws provided th
Perkins, Reuben Prentice, Addison Richardson, John Rickey, John Robbins, Joseph Robbins, Nathan Robbins, Thomas Robbins, Jr., William Robbins, John Robinson, Hobart Russell, Philemon Russell, Dennis Ryan, Henry Seager, Thomas Shepard, Philip Sherman, Thomas Sherman, Thomas Sisson (Drummer), Joseph Smith, Parsons Smith, Benjamin Stanley, David Stanley, Jonathan Stanley, Joseph Stanley, Michael Stanley, Stephen Stearns, Aaron Swan, Joshua Swan, Samuel Swan, Mansfield Tapley, Thomas Thwing, Daniel Warren, Joseph Withington, Jason Winship, John Wellington, Jonas Wyeth. One of the papers in the Massachusetts Archives commemorates the good service of a Cambridge officer and its recognition by the General Court: Province of the Massachusetts Bay. To his Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq., Captain General, Governor, and Commander-in-Chief, in and over his Majesty's Province aforesaid, the Honble his Majesty's Council, and the Honble House of Representatives in General Court assembled at Bo
s, the Selectmen furnished each of the following named persons, who had enlisted in the service of Massachusetts for the defence of the liberties of America, with a good blanket:— Eliphalet Hastings, Elisha Cox, Abraham Parkhurst, Daniel Warren, Bezaleel Wright, Zechariah Weston, Benjamin Gallop, Micah Bunepo, Josiah Lovett, Jesse Goodell, Rufus Stacey, Reuben Bemis, Moses Warren, Andrew Benjamin, Jonas Lawrence, Josiah Convers, Matthew Pierce,rns, Abijah Fiske, Elisha Stearns, Eliphalet Warren, Thaddeus Child, Edmund Lock, who probably formed the company which went to Bunker Hill a month later. They likewise delivered to Eliphalet Hastings, Abraham Parkhurst, and Daniel Warren the guns of Jonas Dix, Esq., William Wellington, and Josiah Brown respectively, the owners being willing to lend the same. Two weeks later, May 27th, a vote was passed advising their Representative that if the Honorable Congress should, for