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Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Gregory Stone and some of his descendants (search)
ouse. This grant secured to Cambridge, on its northern border, the territory now embraced in Arlington, and the principal part of Lexington. The reason for this extension was that a restless spirit seemed to pervade the inhabitants, due to several causes. Their large herds of cattle demanded more room than was available. There were two clergymen having great influence and large following, one of whom, Mr. Hooker, deemed it wise to withdraw to some place more remote from Boston, leaving Mr. Cotton a clear field in Newe Towne. There were also political rivalries. This was the state of affairs when the ship Defence arrived in October, 1635. Mr. Hooker tried to induce some of this company to go with him to Connecticut, where he proposed to establish a settlement, and did succeed in doing so. But Gregory Stone decided to remain in Cambridge, probably being only too glad to reach terra firma, after the long and arduous voyage. If he had gone on to Connecticut, the lives of many peop
t's Island, 30. Concord, Mass., 47, 77, 78, 82, 83, 84, 85. Concord Bridge, 38. Concord, N. H., 6. Concord River. 1, 9, 31. Connecticut, 74. Cooper, John, 78, 79, 80. Cooper, Lydia, 73, 78, 80. Cordis, Captain, 67. Corlet, Elijah, 82. Cotton, —, 74. Cotton, Anna (Moses), 21. Cotton, Mary Belle, 21. Cotton, William Wallace, 21. Countess of Lincoln, 27. Cowes, Isle of Wight, 29. Cracbone, Gilbert, 76. Cradock, Governor, 27, 31. Cross Street, Boston, 4. Cross Street, SomCotton, William Wallace, 21. Countess of Lincoln, 27. Cowes, Isle of Wight, 29. Cracbone, Gilbert, 76. Cradock, Governor, 27, 31. Cross Street, Boston, 4. Cross Street, Somerville, 22, 24, 43. Crusades, The, 50. Culverwell, —, 25. Cushing, Matthew, 14, 44. Cushing, Sarah (Loring), 44. Cushing, Solomon, 44. Cutter, Daniel, 69. Cutter, Edward, 24. Cutter, Fitch, 24. Cutter, —, 24. Dame, Elizabeth, 19. Dana, S. L., 9. Danforth, Nicholas, 52. Danforth, Deputy Governor Thomas, 55. Danforth, Thomas, 53. Dedham, Mass., 88. Defence, Ship, 73, 74, 79. Derwent, Cumberlandshire, Eng., 49. Despeaux, Helen M., 36. Devonshire Street, Boston, 30<