Munroe Family, The. I.—7.
Munroe House, location of, 1853, III.—15.
Mystic Avenue, III.—17; IV.—10.
Mystic, Marshes of the, II.—13.
Mystic River, IV.—9.
Nathan Tufts Park, III.—13.
N. E. Historic Genealogical Society, II.—28.
Neighborhood Sketch No. 1, I.—31.
Neighborhood Sketch No. 2, III.—19.
Nelson, Fletcher, IV.—29.
New Battalion, 1st Mass. Cavalry,. II.—37.
Newbern, N. C., IV.—26.
Newbury, Mass., IV.—13.
New York Artillery, 5th, I.—35.
Noddle's Island, IV.—9, 15.
Norfolk County, England, I.—21.
North Anna, I.—38.
North Street, III.—14.
Noyes, Captain, I.—38.
Oakman, Samuel, IV.—20.
O'Brien, Lieutenant Edward F., I.—39.
Odd Fellows' Building, Somerville, III.—21.
Old South Church, Boston, IV.—9.
Page, Captain, I.—38.
Page's Tavern, II.—10.
Parker, Benjamin, II.—19.
Parker, Captain Benjamin F., II.—19.
Parson Estate, IV.—20
the request of General Washington at taking possession of Dorchester Heights, 4 March, 1776.
He was detached from Capt. John Walton's Company of Militia for Noddle's Island, 8 Dec. 1776, and was Lieutenant of same company.
Cambridge, May 9, 1777.
Received of Capt. John Walton my wages, Sergt. Belknap's, Corp. Perry's, together with 25 men that were with me out of Capt. Locke's Company at Noddle's Island in Dec. 1776— per me Samuel Locke, Lieut.
See Paige, 428. In the Rolls of Capt. John Walton's Company of Militia, that was detached for Noddle's Island in consequence of orders from the Council of this State on the 8th of December last, 1776, are the nNoddle's Island in consequence of orders from the Council of this State on the 8th of December last, 1776, are the names of Samuel Locke, lieut., Joseph Belknap, sergt., and James Perry, corp. The company was made up of men from Cambridge First and Second Parishes. (Capt. Locke's Company was that of his brother Benjamin Locke, which belonged to the regular Continental Army.)
He was a Pct. committee man, 1791-93; Pct. clerk, 1789-1805; elected
Newton, 79, 125, 137-8.
Newton Chemical Works, 134, 141.
Newton street voted, 96; widened, 132.
New Town(e), resolve to build at, 17, 19, 20, 32, 36; palisade at, 28; people of very rich, 31; stratened for land, 34; desire to remove, 34; additional lands granted to, 35; congregation move to Connecticut, 39, 40, 100.
Nichols, Henry, founder of the Familists, 32 n. 1.
Nixon: Col., 89; Capt. Joseph, 89, 91.
Noah, Winthrop's colonists like the family of, 15 n. 1.
Noddles Island, 12 n. 2.
Northfield burned by Indians, 61.
Nyantics aid the English, 43.
Old French War on Canadian frontier, soldiers furnished for, 99.
Oldham, John, member of the Committee from Watertown on raising of public moneys, 30; visits the Connecticut, 35, 36; at Plymouth, 36, 37; perverseness of, 37; banished from Plymouth, 37, 38; returns to Nantasket, 38; brought to penitence, 38; admitted freeman at Watertown, 38; granted farm of 500 acres in Waltham, 38; killed by the Pequot I