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ided and had estate here at that date, and of some who had estate here, but were not resident. The names of those taxed for person and estate are Matthew Abdee, or Abdy, John Adams, Samuel Buck, Richard Cutter and his sons William, Gershom and Nathaniel Cutter, William Dickson and John Dickson, Jonathan Dunster (person and doom), James Hubbard, Israel Mead, Nathaniel Patten, Joseph Russell and his brothers William and Jason Russell, Jonathan Saunders, John Wellington, Edward Winship and Joseph Winship (sons of Lieut. 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 in the Genealogical Register of Paige's History. 1693 The town granted Menotomy people a quarter of an acre of land, upon their common, near Jason Russell's house, near the highway, for the accommodation of a school-house (Paige, 373). Some entries from the Proprietors' Records of Cambridge ar
pew-lots on Sept. 2, 1734, were Rev. John Whiting, John Cutter, Henry Dunster, Jason Russell, Ephraim Frost, James Cutler, Joseph Adams, Jonathan Butterfield, Joseph Winship, Rev. Nathaniel Appleton, Abraham Hill, John Swan, Joseph Russell, William Dickson, Samuel Cutter, and John Winship. Mar. 4, 1733-4, the standing committeebscribed by— William Russell Ebenezer Swan Jonathan Butterfield Ephraim Frost Joseph Adams John Cutter William Winship John Winship Joseph Winship Henry Dunster William Dickson Ebenezer Prentice Ephraim Frost, jr. Joseph Adams, jr. Samuel Cooke, Pastor John Fillebrown John WilliamSarahwife ofAndrew Wilson Sarahwife ofEdward Russell Elisabethwife ofPhilip Carteret Elisabeth Cutter, widow Marywife ofJoseph Russell *** Annawife ofJoseph Winship Lydiawife ofSeth Reed Patiencewife ofThomas Hall Annawife ofGershom Cutter, jr. Marthawife ofJohn Wilson Mercy Perry, widow Janewife ofGeorge Cutter Ru
David Dunster's sale of his home place to Joseph Winship, 12 March, 1742. He was prob. a mariner.g. 1795. Cowell, Mrs., of Boston, d. at Joseph Winship's, 24 June, 1746, a. 24. Cox, Matthew, ent of Harvard College, being purchased by Joseph Winship of David Dunster, a grandson of President Dunster, 12 Mar. 1742. Winship was grandfather of Mrs. Anna Cutter, and in consideration of her hu estate here, bounded on Medford River, to Joseph Winship, 12 Mar. and 23 Nov. 1742, with a dwellingveral sons). Mrs. Cowell, of Boston, d. at Joseph Winship's, 24 June, 1746, a. 24. He resided in th the settlement. Anna Winship, widow of Joseph Winship, of Charlestown, and mother of Mrs. Mary Wyeth, d. 2 Feb. 1806, a. 101.—See Winship. Ebenezer, the father, was s. of Ebenezer, s. of John,ge. John Wyeth's heirs gave a quitclaim to Joseph Winship's heirs, on 17 Feb. 1725—Joseph Winship, SJoseph Winship, Senior, having married the widow of John Wyeth. The subscribers to the deed were Jonathan Wyeth, mas[1 more...]<