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rs shall be chosen, or until they shall be by them revoked. This report was accepted; and Dr. William Kneeland, Mr. Jeduthun Wellington, Deac. Aaron Hill, Mr. Ebenezer Stedman, and Mr. Edward Jackson, were thereupon elected as the first Overseers persons in East Cambridge, and by certain market-men and others residing in Arlington and elsewhere, among whom Col. Jeduthun Wellington was especially prominent, notwithstanding the weight of more than fourscore years. On their petition a town meeory, Judge Fay, and William J. Whipple, to oppose before the County Commissioners, and otherwise, the petition of Jeduthun Wellington and others, for a highway to be laid out over Cambridge Common. The history and result of this petition appear on the records of the Commissioners, January Term, 1835: A petition of Jeduthun Wellington and others for a new highway across Cambridge Common was presented to the County Commissioners at the May Term, 1832, and an order of notice was issued. The ca
Thomas Gardner, Samuel Thatcher; Captains, Benjamin Locke, John Walton; Lieutenants, Solomon Bowman, Samuel Butterfield, William Colson, Stephen Frost, Samuel Locke, Josiah Moore, Josiah Warren, Jotham Walton, John Wyman; Sergeants, Joseph Bates, Joseph Belknap, Nathaniel Bemis, Oliver Brown, John Burns, John Cutter, Josiah Dana, James Fillebrown, Thomas Fillebrown, Belcher Hancock, William Harrington, Moses Hovey, James Kettle, Isaac Learned, Joseph Trask, Isaac Tufts, Elkanah Welch, Jeduthun Wellington; Corporals, Michael Applebee, Ebenezer Brown, Stephen Cook, Moses Coolidge, John Cooper, Thomas Cutter, James Fowle, Joshua Gamage, John Hackleton, Nathaniel Learned, James Locke, James Perry, Solomon Phipps, Seth Stone, John Tidd, James Tufts, John Warland, Thomas Warland. Abraham Watson, Jr., was Surgeon of Col. Gardner's Regiment, and James Winthrop was aid-de-camp to Gen. Prescott. Besides the private soldiers whose names appear on the before mentioned rolls of the two companies
Samuel Swan1 Joshua Kendall1 George Prentice1 Patten Russell2 Samuel Frost, Jr.1 Solomon Prentice1 Joseph Locke1 William Cutter1 Lemuel Blanchard1 George Swan1 Lieut. Stephen Frost1 Stephen Cutter1 John Adams1 William Cutter1 Jeduthun Wellington1 Moses Hovey1 Benjamin Cooper1 Jonathan Robbins1 Seth Stone1 Capt. Samuel Carter1 Josiah Hall1 Thomas Adams, Jr.1 John Cutter, 3d1 Thomas Cutter1 Jonathan Perry1 John Locke1 Josiah Wilson1 James Frost1 John Stone1 Jonathan Lrop. Wads worth, Ira. Ware, Galen. Warland, John. Warland, Thomas. Warland, William. Waterhouse, Benjamin. Waters, Thomas. Watson, Jacob. Watson, Samuel. Watson, Samuel, 2d. Wetherbee, Jeremiad Weld, John. Wellington, Joel. Wheeler, Edward. Wheeler, John. Whipple, William J. Whitney, Abel. Whitney, Zaccheus. Wilde, Daniel. Willard, Abel. Willard, Charles. Williams, Amasa. Williams, John. Winthrop, William. Worcester, Jose
m Watson, Jr., 1775, 1776. Samuel Thatcher, 1775, 1776, 1779, 1782, 1784-1786. William Bowman, 1776. Eliphalet Robbins, 1776. Stephen Sewall, 1777. Stephen Dana, 17 78, 178 7, 1788, 1792, 1793. Thomas Farrington, 1780. Jeduthun Wellington, 1788, 1793, 1794. 1800-1802, 1804-1806. Aaron Hill [Deac.], 1789, 1790. Ebenezer Bradish, 1791. Aaron Hill [Dr.], 1795-1800. Joseph Bartlett, 1801. Jonathan L. Austin, 1803, 1806. Mr. Autin was Secretary of State, 1806-180gton, 1778, 1779. Benjamin Cooper, 1778. William Howe, 1779. Gideon Frost, 1779-1785. William Adams, 1779. Ammi Cutter, 1779, 1786. John Gardner, 1779. Moses Robbins, 1779, 1781-1786, 1790-1792. John Wyeth, 1780. Jeduthun Wellington, 1780-1785, 1792 -1802, 1805. Samuel Whittemore 3d, 1780. Ebenezer Seaver, 1780. Ebenezer Wyeth, 1781-1785, 1789, 1790. John Adams, 1781, 1782, 1791-1795. Ephraim Frost, Jr., 1783-1788. Daniel Dana, 1783. Jonathan Wins
1675, and petitioned the General Court for compensation, inasmuch as during his absence another physician was invited to Salem to his damage. Mr. Felt says he d. at Salem about 1690, leaving w. Bethia and chil. Edward; Bethia, who m. Robert Kitchen; Barbara, and Elizabeth. Probably the last two were born at Salem, and the eldest son Daniel had deceased. Rev. Thomas, of Dunstable, m. (2d w.) Mary Savage of Camb. 22 May 1700. John, prob. of Roxbury, m. Margaret Fuller 6 June 1723. Wellington, Roger, an early inhabitant of Wat., m. Mary, dau. of Richard Palsgrave of Chs., and had John, b. 25 July 1638; Mary, b. 10 Feb. 1640-41, m. Henry Maddock 21 May 1662, and John Coolidge, Jr., 16 Sept. 1679; Joseph, b. 9 Oct. 1643; Benjamin, b. about 1646; Oliver, b. 23 Nov. 1648, m. wid. Anna Livermore, and d. s. p. 30 Aug. 1727; Palsgrave, b. about 1653, a physician in Wat., m. Sarah Bond 29 Jan. 1689-90, and d. s. p. 22 Oct. 1715, a. 62. Roger the f. d. 11 Mar. 1697-8; his w. seems to
1675, and petitioned the General Court for compensation, inasmuch as during his absence another physician was invited to Salem to his damage. Mr. Felt says he d. at Salem about 1690, leaving w. Bethia and chil. Edward; Bethia, who m. Robert Kitchen; Barbara, and Elizabeth. Probably the last two were born at Salem, and the eldest son Daniel had deceased. Rev. Thomas, of Dunstable, m. (2d w.) Mary Savage of Camb. 22 May 1700. John, prob. of Roxbury, m. Margaret Fuller 6 June 1723. Wellington, Roger, an early inhabitant of Wat., m. Mary, dau. of Richard Palsgrave of Chs., and had John, b. 25 July 1638; Mary, b. 10 Feb. 1640-41, m. Henry Maddock 21 May 1662, and John Coolidge, Jr., 16 Sept. 1679; Joseph, b. 9 Oct. 1643; Benjamin, b. about 1646; Oliver, b. 23 Nov. 1648, m. wid. Anna Livermore, and d. s. p. 30 Aug. 1727; Palsgrave, b. about 1653, a physician in Wat., m. Sarah Bond 29 Jan. 1689-90, and d. s. p. 22 Oct. 1715, a. 62. Roger the f. d. 11 Mar. 1697-8; his w. seems to
32, 9, 126, 8. Wainwright, 309. Wakeman, 33. Walton, 219, 31, 305. Ward, 80, 92, 3, 331, 416, 18, 22. Wardell, 346. Ware, 5,194, 231, 311, 12. Warham, 37. Warland, 219, 31, 92, 342. Warner, 11, 21, 32, 6, 9, 233, 326. Warren, 309, 31, 418. Washington, 168, 83, 202, 38, 93, 420,1, 5. Waterhouse, 111. Watson, 58, 75, 143, 63, 70, 7, 9, 225, 30, 92, 317, 75, 94, 411, 18. Wattasacompanum, 391. Webb, 11, 32. Webcowits, 383, 4. Weld, 37, 185. Wellington, 4,143, 208, 2 37, 8. Wells, 36, 168. Wendell, 170. 99, 230. West, 94, 5, 104, 6, 8. Weston, 323. Westwood, 12, 21, 9, 32,174. Wetmore, 199. Whalley, 67, 9, 71. Wheatland, 212. Whipple, 237, 328. Whitcomb, 336. White, 10, 20, 1, 32, 110, 287, 310, 17, 454. Whitefield, 293, 4. Whitehead, 33. Whitman, 329. Whitmore, 59, 75, 121, 3, 269, 363, 4. Whitney, 304, 6. Whittemore, 131, 40, 2, 3, 219, 44, 92, 305, 15, 80, 414, 35, 8. Wigglesworth
Stevens. Stratton. Swan. Tufts. Wellington. Whiting. Willard. Winship. Cooloring. Prentice. Waldin. Walker. Wellington. Woodhead. Green, 567-9. Banbridge.ainwright. Ward. Warren. Watson. Wellington. Wheat. Whittemore. Winchester. nter. Todd. Trowbridge. Warland. Wellington. Winship. Hinckson, 585. Harringtonnnell. Topliff. Watson. Webster. Wellington. Whitney. Williams. Masters, 609. . Fessenden. Mitchell. Sparhawk. Wellington. Wigglesworth. Shaw, 652, 3. Angier Porter. Sewall. Thwing. Turner. Wellington. Whiting. Whitney. Wigglesworth. Manning. Mixer. Morse. Stone. Wellington. Stebbins, 661. Danforth. Hooker. Tufts. Walker. Ward. Warner. Wellington. Whipple. White. Whittemore. Willson. Savage. Stoddard. Winslow. Wellington, 682-4. Abbott. Adams. Barnard. [1 more...]
, Ebenezer Robbins, Levi Flint, Stephen Cutter, James Frost, Jeduthun Wellington, Isaac Warren, Miles Greenwood, Joseph Russell, William Winsthird ward:—Edward Fillebrown, Samuel Frost, Joshua Kendall, Jeduthun Wellington, Timothy Swan. Thomas Russell was chosen treasurer on acclly joined to said precinct—on the 16th day of July, 1787—Lieut. Jeduthun Wellington was chosen Moderator of said meeting. 1. Voted to comemuel Whittemore, jr., Seth Wyman, Deacon Joseph Adams and Lieut. Jeduthun Wellington be a committee to acquaint Mr. Fiske with the proceedingsty feet posts, all of wooden materials. Samuel Butterfield, Jeduthun Wellington, George Prentiss, John Adams, and William Whittemore, Jr., wlliam Whittemore, Jr.41136.00 Amos Whittemore, Jr.59171.00 Jeduthun Wellington3240.00 Seth Wyman7247.00 Samuel F. Wyman88128.00 Gershom od Fessenden treasurer. 1806 The Precinct voted that Messrs. J. Wellington, George Prentiss, Samuel Butterfield, Samuel Locke, Esq., a<
a full account of all the proceedings relative to the resignation of Dr. Fiske, see the Parish Records. May 14, 1828. At a meeting of the Church—chose Jeduthun Wellington moderator and Miles Gardner Clerk pro tem. On motion, voted unanimously that the following resolve be accepted and a copy of the same given to the Rev. Doctutter, Jr., Nehemiah Cutter, Jonathan Frost, Adam Cutter, Amos Russell, field-drivers; John Tufts, clerk of the market; Samuel Butterfield, George Prentiss, Col. J. Wellington, Samuel Locke, Esq., and Ebenezer Hall, committee for the purpose of adjusting any matters or things in which said town of West Cambridge may be interested ies and Refreshment for Carpenters when repairing School houses17 34 Wyman & Day, for Axes and Spikes for School houses4 75 George Prentiss, for Cash paid Jeduthun Wellington for land for School house36 87 George Prentiss, for expenses as an Agent at Cambridge4 00 S. & J. Butterfield, for work on School houses4 75 Thomas Russe
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