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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 12 0 Browse Search
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n. Wellington, Joel. 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. 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 the inhabitants were employed in agriculture and ordinary handicraft. The New England Glass Company, established about 1814, and sundry soap factories, represented almost the entire manufacturing interest of the town. The College gave employment to several professors, mechanics, and boarding-house keepers; an
after his decease, it was sold by his son to Abraham Hill, in 1713. Capt. Blowers d. 1 June 170.9. His w. Elizabeth d. three days previously, 29 May 1709. 2. Thomas, s. of Pyam (1), grad. H. C. 1695, ordained at Beverly 29 Oct. 1701, m. Emma Woodbury, and had Pyam, grad. H. C. 1721, merchant, d. in Boston 18 Mar. 1739; Emma; Thomas: John; Elizabeth; Andrew. Thomas the f. d. 17 June 1729. His w. and six children survived him. 3. John, s. of Thomas (2), resided in Boston, and m. Sarah, Court that declared war against the Pequots. He was the Town Register in Hartford 1639, which office he held until he removed to Farmington. He was a valuable man in the Colony, and was the ancestor of the Steeles in Hartford, Farmington, and Woodbury ..... He d. in 1665, and left a son Samuel, and two daughters, who married William and Thomas Judd. Hinman. 2. George, brother to John (1), was one of the earliest inhabitants, and res. 1635 on the easterly corner of Harvard and Dunster stre
f. was a ship-master, and in 1686 commanded the ketch Adventure, owned in part by his brother-in-law, Capt. Andrew Belcher. In 1672, he purchased a house and 41 acres, at the N. W. corner of Brattle and Mason streets, where he resided through life; after his decease, it was sold by his son to Abraham Hill, in 1713. Capt. Blowers d. 1 June 170.9. His w. Elizabeth d. three days previously, 29 May 1709. 2. Thomas, s. of Pyam (1), grad. H. C. 1695, ordained at Beverly 29 Oct. 1701, m. Emma Woodbury, and had Pyam, grad. H. C. 1721, merchant, d. in Boston 18 Mar. 1739; Emma; Thomas: John; Elizabeth; Andrew. Thomas the f. d. 17 June 1729. His w. and six children survived him. 3. John, s. of Thomas (2), resided in Boston, and m. Sarah, dau. of Samson Salter, 25 Nov. 1735. One of their sons was Samson Salter Blowers, b. 10 Mar. 1741-2, grad. H. C. 1763, m. a dau. of, Benjamin Kent, was Ch. Justice of the Sup. Court in Nova Scotia, and d. Oct. 1842, having lived more than half a ye
abitants, res. 1635 at the westerly corner of Harvard and Holyoke streets, and was a large landholder. He was Deputy or Representative three sessions in 1635. We rem. to Hartford with Hooker, and was Deputy and Magistrate many years. He was of the Court that declared war against the Pequots. He was the Town Register in Hartford 1639, which office he held until he removed to Farmington. He was a valuable man in the Colony, and was the ancestor of the Steeles in Hartford, Farmington, and Woodbury ..... He d. in 1665, and left a son Samuel, and two daughters, who married William and Thomas Judd. Hinman. 2. George, brother to John (1), was one of the earliest inhabitants, and res. 1635 on the easterly corner of Harvard and Dunster streets, adjoining to his brother's estate. He also rem. to Hartford, where he was Selectman and Juror 1644, and d. in 1664, leaving one son James, and two daughters. Stevens, William, m. Abigail Green 1 July 1673. Rev. Benjamin, m. Mary Remington 28
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