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03, &c.). In 1656 Thomas Ross, a Scotchman, and a servant to Edward Winship, had liberty to mow the grass in the swamp anent the north end ow, south Menotomy River, north on said swamp toward Spy Pond. Edward Winship was attorney for Cooke, May 17, 1665.—Proprietors' Records. (Seto Concord. Surveyed by David Fiske, at the appointment of Lieut. Edward Winship, by order of the town, and allowance for the highway that William and Jason Russell, Jonathan Saunders, John Wellington, Edward Winship and Joseph Winship (sons of Lieut. Edward Winship). Those persoLieut. Edward Winship). Those persons taxed for estate here only, were Thomas Hall, Justinian Holden, and Lieut. Edward Winship. Sketches of all the above persons are given Lieut. Edward Winship. Sketches of all the above persons are given in the Genealogical Register of Paige's History. 1693 The town granted Menotomy people a quarter of an acre of land, upon their commo died at Menotomy, May 17, 1744, aged 89.—Paige, 647. Sheds. Edward Winship, William Russell, Jason Russell, William Cutter, Joseph Winship
duly notified. The legislative report was in substance as follows: The following report was made to the two Houses, viz.,—The committee to whom was referred the petition of the Inhabitants of the Second Precinct in Cambridge, together with Edward Winship and Edward Winship, Jr., of Lexington, William Symmes and Josiah Symmes of Medford, Henry Putnam, Henry Gardner, Thomas Hutchinson and Benjamin Teel and Benjamin Teel, Jr., of Charlestown, Samuel Carter and Samuel Carter, Jr., of Woburn; prayEdward Winship, Jr., of Lexington, William Symmes and Josiah Symmes of Medford, Henry Putnam, Henry Gardner, Thomas Hutchinson and Benjamin Teel and Benjamin Teel, Jr., of Charlestown, Samuel Carter and Samuel Carter, Jr., of Woburn; praying they may be incorporated into a Town, or District, by the bounds therein mentioned, have considered the same, with the answers from the several towns they now respectively belong to; have likewise heard all the parties concerned, and beg leave to report as their opinion, that the prayer of the petition be so far granted as that the inhabitants of the said Second Parish in Cambridge, together with the petitioners now inhabitants of the town of Charlestown, with their estates, be incorporate