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oliation. Colonel Trumbull, who painted the portrait of Governor Gore, was chosen the fifth member of this commission. A little to the west on the north side was the farm and house of Dr. Josiah Clark, containing 150 acres. Here afterwards John Warren built a house, in which was used the old oak frame of the parsonage of Rev. Warham Williams; later, this was known as the Maxwell house. The old frame is still standing in the barn belonging to the residence of Mr. Bowker, Next west, and on tBeaver Street, near the Watertown line, is the house occupied by Captain Samuel Barnes in 1798. His father-in-law, Phinehas Warren, father of Peter, occupied the place before him, and he was probably preceded by his father Joshua, grandson of John Warren, who came to Watertown in 1630, and with Abraham Browne was appointed to lay out all the highways. March 14, 1658-59, he was warned for not attending public worship; but Old Warren is not to be found in town. He was also fined for not attend