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to a certain Black Oak standing by an old ditch on the plain, and then to run down in the field to the mill, through Capt Tim Wheeler's land, and so to pass over the River, at and upon the dam that pertains to the mill. . . .
From the above descrind according to other ancient deeds they were located a short distance west of Alewive brook, or Menotomy river.
Capt. Tim Wheeler was the son-in-law of Thomas Brooks, who, in company with Captain Wheeler, bought of Edward Collins, in the year 16Captain Wheeler, bought of Edward Collins, in the year 1660, 400 acres of land in Medford and Charlestown.
They also bought of Mr. Collins an interest in the mills.
Dec. 23, 1673, the County Court appointed two committees—one to lay out a highway between Mistick bridge and Woburn, and the other to set having visited the road leading from Menotomy to Convers Mill in the township of Woburn, both in the Ancient road where Wheeler his mill formerly stood, and also the road leading through Adams his gate, leading by Mr. Jonathan Dunster over Mistick
Wounded: Corp R M Horn, Corp R D Sturgess, Wm Clair, Jno Dobson, Albert Paine, M Dillan.
Thos. M. Palmer.
Surgeon 2d Florida Vols.
Moore Hospital, June 28th and 29th,
Wm R Brown, 1st N C; C A Gregory, 12th N C. J Cave, 1st N C; A T Marsh, 22d N C; W B Hollingsworth, Ro Shipp, Wm T Sutton, 38th N C; M Bill, 1st N C; j W Porter, 38th Ga, (dead;) A 8 Hair, 38th N C; (dead;) Chas Marshmont, 44th Ga; M D Pitts, 19th Ga, (dead;) Tim Wheeler, 24th N C; G Osborn, 26th N C; J D Taylor, 2d Miss Battalion; H B Thompson, 12th Miss; T L Hatchett, 44th Ga; B F Parker, 24th N C; D R Foster, 24th N C; J H Russell, 12th N C; J O C Burlow, 26th N C; W M Carter, 38th N C; J P Bradshaw, 13th N C; M Rush, 34th N C; Wm Kennedy, Moody's Lousiana Battery; Chas Mauz, 4th Texas; R L Hunter, 19th Ga; Ro Haines, 19th Ga; A W Green, 12th N C; R C Montgomery, do; Wm B Powell, do; J T Rice, do; N C Tunstall, do; Wm B Powell, do; J T Rice, do; N C T