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ertys. John Vila. Thomas Wait. Edward Walker. Israel Walton. William Warland. Daniel Watson. Isaac Watson. William Watson. Ezra Welch. John Welch. Elijah Weld. Henry Weld. Job Wetherell. Thomas Wheeler. Andrew White. James White. John Whiting. Andrew Whitney. Nathaniel R. Whitney. Oliver Whitney. Timothy Whitney. Francis Whittemore. Nathan Whittemore. Samuel Whittemore, Jr. Thomas Whittemore. James Williams. Nathaniel Williams. Timothy Willison. George Wilson. Josiah Wilson. Thomas Wilson. William Wilton. Henry Win ship. Isaac Winship. John Winship. Coolidge Wood. Charles Wyman. Phipps Wyman. James Yates. The war against Great Britain, which was proclaimed on the 19th of June, 1812, was unpopular in Cambridge, as in New England generally. The muster rolls are not within my reach; and I am unable to furnish a full list of volunteers who may have entered the army. A cer
r. 1648-9, and d. 30 Sept. 1709, a. 92. 3. Peter, s. of Thomas (1), admitted freeman 1640, was an eminent merchant in Boston, where he d. 1670. He had sons Nathaniel, b. 8 Mar. 1652, a member of the Council of Safety 1689, d. in Boston 15 Ap. 1704, described in an obituary as a principal merchant of Boston; Peter, b. 3 Mar. 1654-5, grad. H. C. 1675; James, b. 19 Mar. 1658-9; Daniel, b. 28 Feb. 1663-4. He had also dau. Sarah, who m. John Noyes; and another dau. Mary, who m. Deac. Nathaniel Williams of Boston, and was mother of Nathaniel, b. 25 Aug. 1675, grad. H. C. 1693, ordained in the College Chapel 1698, as an evangelist to preach the gospel in Barbadoes, but his health would not permit him to remain there; he returned and was master of the Grammar School in Boston, with Cheever, from 1703 to 1708, and sole master from 1708 to 1734; he also studied medicine with his uncle, Dr. James Oliver, and as stated in an obituary notice of him, he continued to preach and practise physi
r. 1648-9, and d. 30 Sept. 1709, a. 92. 3. Peter, s. of Thomas (1), admitted freeman 1640, was an eminent merchant in Boston, where he d. 1670. He had sons Nathaniel, b. 8 Mar. 1652, a member of the Council of Safety 1689, d. in Boston 15 Ap. 1704, described in an obituary as a principal merchant of Boston; Peter, b. 3 Mar. 1654-5, grad. H. C. 1675; James, b. 19 Mar. 1658-9; Daniel, b. 28 Feb. 1663-4. He had also dau. Sarah, who m. John Noyes; and another dau. Mary, who m. Deac. Nathaniel Williams of Boston, and was mother of Nathaniel, b. 25 Aug. 1675, grad. H. C. 1693, ordained in the College Chapel 1698, as an evangelist to preach the gospel in Barbadoes, but his health would not permit him to remain there; he returned and was master of the Grammar School in Boston, with Cheever, from 1703 to 1708, and sole master from 1708 to 1734; he also studied medicine with his uncle, Dr. James Oliver, and as stated in an obituary notice of him, he continued to preach and practise physi
Abraham Hill, John Hill, Daniel Cutter, John Cutter, Jr., Ephraim Frost, Jr., Samuel Frost, Jr., Aaron Swan, William Hill, Joshua Kendall, William Butterfield, Jonathan Robbins, Samuel Whittemore, 3d, George Swan, Daniel Paine, Amos Warren, Ammi Cutter, Jr., James Perry, Joseph Locke, Ebenezer Robbins, Levi Flint, Stephen Cutter, James Frost, Jeduthun Wellington, Isaac Warren, Miles Greenwood, Joseph Russell, William Winship, Jr., Gershom Cutter, 3d, James Locke, Stephen Robbins, Jr., Nathaniel Williams, John Fowle, Joseph Shaw, David Lamson, Samuel Swan, Josiah Hall. The term of service was probably five days. Mr. Cooke preached before the Convention of Congregational Minis. ters, 1776.—Am. Quar. Register, for 1839. 1777 Feb. 6, 1777, it was voted that the training band vote with the freeholders. Also voted to make out a separate list from the town's valuation. Fast Day, Aug. 28, 1777, Mr. Cooke's sermon was on Isaiah 10: 5, 6, 7 and 12 and 13 v. Repeated on April 26, 1