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eb Brooks, jun. Thomas Brooks. S. Buel and Augustus Hunt. Thomas Bradshaw. Andrew Blanchard. Timothy Newell. Hezekiah Blanchard, jun. Ruth Benford. Jonathan Brooks. William Bradbury. Francis Burns. Marah Billings. Hezekiah Blanchard. David Bucknam. John Chadwick. John Cutter. Miles S. Wilson. Jonathan Dunham. Aaron Crowell. William Earl. Deborah Francis. Sarah Fulton. Henry Fowle. Benjamin Floyd. Benjamin Floyd, jun. Isaac Floyd. John Fowl. Gardner Greenleaf. Isaac Greenleaf. Edmund T. Gates. Ebenezer Hall. Natll. Hall and Susan Patten. Willis Hall. Abigail Hadley. Samuel Hadley. Benjamin Hall. Benjamin Hall, jun. Ephraim Hall. Andrew Hall. John B. Fitch. And. Blanchard and A. Winship. Timothy Dexter. Caleb and Simon Blanchard. Jane Hall. Ebenezer Hall, jun. John Blanchard & James Floyd. Tab. Blanchard & J. Gleason. Ebenezer Hall, 4th. Samuel Coverl
to some remarks on this important and interesting question; because, Mr. Speaker, many of my constituents get their living by this very business. A roar of laughter burst from every quarter of the house. The Medford representative stood aghast in raw wonder. As soon as quiet could be restored, the speaker said to him, Do you know what the question before the house is? Why, yes: t's fishing in Mystic River, ain't it? Another peal of laughter convulsed the assembly. March 5, 1792.--Isaac Floyd chosen sexton. This is the first time an officer with this name appears on our records. Jan. 1, 1794.--Voted that the selectmen purchase a new cushion for the pulpit. They accordingly purchased the green velvet one, which some of us, who preached our first sermon from it, remember with all the distinctness that people remember the time when they had that great fever. May 12, 1794.--A new pew in Medford meeting-house sold at auction, at twenty-four pounds. In the same year, good oak
m. Edmund T. Gates. Jan. 22, 1789.Nathan, jun. Tufts, m. Mary Thompson. July 27, 1790.Elizabeth Tufts, m. David Parker, of Cambridge. July 9, 1792.Joseph, jun. Tufts, m. Sarah Turner. Jan. 6, 1793.Lydia Tufts, m. John Albree, of Salem. Nov. 10, 1793.Simon Tufts, m. Susanna Hickling Cox. July 12, 1795.Mrs. Elizabeth Tufts, m. Duncan Ingraham, of Concord. Oct. 4, 1795.Mary Tufts, m. Benjamin Reed. Jan. 8, 1797.Joseph, jun. Tufts, m. Nancy Bucknam. Apr. 26, 1798.Lydia Hall Tufts, m. Isaac Floyd. Nov. 16, 1797.Isaac Tufts, m. Ann Tufts. Apr. 23, 1799.Nathan, jun. Tufts, m. Mary Gilbert, of Charlestown. May 19, 1730.Hannah Tufts m. Solomon Hancock, of Charlestown. Sept. 1, 1730.James Tufts, of Charlestown, m. Mary Dill. Nov. 18, 1741.Jonathan Tufts, of Charlestown, m. Sarah Tompson. Nov. 12, 1743.Benj. Tufts m. Hannah Johnson, of Woburn. Oct. 1, 1765.Sarah, widow of Jonathan Tufts, d. June 20, 1788.Mrs. Lydia Tufts, d. Dec. 6, 1788.Mr. Joseph Tufts, d. Jan. 12, 1779.Mrs.