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Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Thomas Brigham the Puritan—an original settler (search)
an uplift of clay slate about seventy feet in height, overlooking Fresh Pond one and one-half miles at the south. A few rods southwest of this, continues Morse, there is another uplift of the same formation and of about the same size and altitude, but the rock does not, as in the former, crop out, yet it was doubtless one of The Rocks which constituted a well-known landmark; for Thomas Danforth, as if connected with Thomas Brigham, immediately after the above assignment, purchased of Nicholas Wyeth forty-eight acres upon the Rocks near Alewive meadow, having Thos. Brigham on the north. This lot must have included the site of the poorhouse, and probably the S. W. rock, and by its boundaries it contributes to the identification of Brigham's location, which had been ascertained from other evidence. I have perambulated the territory described here by Mr. Morse, yet without my assurance I think you would readily conceive that the second homestead of the Brigham family in this count
Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Charlestown schools within the peninsula Revolutionary period (search)
4. At one time he was living in Andover, where he married (1778) Frances, daughter of Joseph Phipps. Wyman makes brief mention of three children, but does not allude to his son John, of Norwich, whom I find referred to on the selectmen's books. Evidently Mr. Trumbull fell ill in 1782, when his family was not with him, for Jonathan Bradshaw received out of the rent for the school lot £ 3 8s. 7d. for boarding him four weeks and four days. In their anxiety, the selectmen sent a messenger, Mr. Wyeth, to Norwich to confer with the son about boarding his father for the ensuing winter. As no convenient place amongst us can be found, if you will take him and provide, the selectmen will see to it that you are paid. But the worthy town fathers were relieved of their responsibility in a different way, for November 4, 1782, we read: It is voted to pay Frances Trumbull £ 15 for her late husband, Timothy Trumbull, keeping school; and the next February there is a balance of a few more pounds t
nepesaukee, N. H., 37. Winter Hill, Somerville, 3, 19, 88. Winthrop, Adam, 25. Winthrop, Adam, Esq., 35. Winthrop, Ann, 32. Winthrop, Anne, 25. Winthrop, Fitz John, 35. Winthrop, Fort, 30. Winthrop, Henry, 29, 33. Winthrop, Governor, John, 25, 26, 31, 33, 36. Winthrop, John, 25-36. Winthrop, John, Character of, 35, 36. Winthrop, John, Extracts from the Diary of, 25, 26, 29, 31, 32. Winthrop, John, Residences of. 30, 31. Winthrop, John, Jr., 31, 35. Winthrop, Margaret, 33. Winthrop, Hon. Robert C., 35. Winthrop, Steven, 35. Winthrop, Major, Theodore, 35. Winthrop, Waitstill , 35. Woburn, Mass., 2, 7, 8, 9, 84. Wood, D., 89. Wood, David, Jr., 67, 68. Woodbury, —, 41. Woodbury (family), 43. Woods, Henry F., 42. Woods, Lydia Watts, 38. Woods, Moses, 38. Woods, Moses, 1st, 38. Wordsworth, William, 50. Wright, Timothy, 13. Wyeth, Nicholas, 53, 68. Wyman, —, 65, 67, 88, 90. Ye Old Burying Ground, Lexington, 85, 86. Yorkshire, Eng.,