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aim Frost2 Joseph Wellington1 William Bowman1 James Perry1 Ebenezer Prentice1 Ebenezer Prentice, Jr.1 Stephen Robbins3 Thomas Williams2 Philip Bemis1 Aaron Williams1 Benjamin Locke1 Samuel Locke1 Francis Locke1 Gregory Hill1 Gershom Cutter1 Ger shorn Cutter, Jr.2 Aaron Swan1 Nathaniel Swan 1 Solomon Bowman1 Samu Wheeler, Edward. Wheeler, John. Whipple, William J. Whitney, Abel. Whitney, Zaccheus. Wilde, Daniel. Willard, Abel. Willard, Charles. Williams, Amasa. Williams, John. Winthrop, William. Worcester, Joseph E Wyeth, Jacob. Wyeth, Job. Wyeth, Jonas. Wyeth, Jonas, 2d. White, Sewall. Williams, John. Winthrop, William. Worcester, Joseph E Wyeth, Jacob. Wyeth, Job. Wyeth, Jonas. Wyeth, Jonas, 2d. White, Sewall. Wheelock, L. J. Walker, Edward. Winchester, William Wells, Thomas. Warner, Stephen. Wallace, James. Whitney, Stephen. Woodbury, John. Wyeth, Stephen. Wyman, William. York, Uriah. For nearly two hundred years after its foundation, Cambridge increased very slowly in population and wealth. Most of
1778. Committee for the War.—Nehemiah Cutter, Patten. Russell, Thomas Cutter. The same were also chosen assessors on account of the war, for the ensuing year, and sworn to said office by the clerk of the meeting. Collectors for the War Tax.—Samuel Whittemore, Thomas Cutter, John Hill. Five men from each ward were chosen for to take a true invoice. For the first ward:—Samuel Whittemore, Jr., Ebenezer Swan, John Winship, Joseph Belknap, Jr., Seth Russell. For the second ward:— Aaron Williams, Philip Bemis, Dea. Joseph Adams, Aaron Swan, Capt. Benjamin Locke. For the third ward:—Edward Fillebrown, Samuel Frost, Joshua Kendall, Jeduthun Wellington, Timothy Swan. Thomas Russell was chosen treasurer on account of the war, for the ensuing year. It was voted that the assessors above-named, be the assessors for to assess the money that Captain Locke hired to pay the men that went to Ticonderoga. At a meeting of the freeholders and inhabitants of Cambridge Northwest Preci
a. 22 days; a child, b. 23 May, 1765, stillborn. Hannah, w. of William, aet. 45, was bap. 6 Dec. 1767. William (son?) d. of a fever 3 Sept. 1773. Widow Hannah [wife of son William?], d. 31 Jan. 1776. William Robbins was a private soldier from Cambridge during the French War. See Wyman's Chas., 818. 4. Thomas, had son, b.——, 1740, d. 17 Apr. 1740, a. 2 days. Thomas, Senior, of Lexington, the same, had a dau., Deborah, bap. here 11 Nov. 1750, prob. the Deborah, of Lexington, who m. Aaron Williams, of Camb., 12 May, 1772. A son, John, of Lexington, m. here Sarah Prentice, of Camb. this Pct., 14 May, 1761. See Paige, 642, 643; Wyman, 817. 5. Thomas, styled Jr., was adm. Pct. ch. 27 Sept. 1741, and had Thomas, b. 6, bap. 27 Sept. 1741; Nathaniel, b. 22, bap. 25 Sept. 1743; James—s. of Thomas, Jr., now of Woburn—bap. here 27 Sept. 1745; A Sermon by Rev. Samuel Cooke, on May 6, 1771, delivered on occasion of ye sudden death of James Robbins—drowned at Medford, April 30,