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Town of Charlestown. Names of Resident LandholdersHouses &cAcresTax Samuel TuftsHouse, Barn & out B.93107.06 John IrelandHouse, Barn & out B.31 1/229.18 Simeon CoppsHouse, Barn & out B.47 1/245.17 Samuel KentHouse, Barn & out B.5729.50 Thomas Rand jrHouse, Barn & out B.711.25 Jonathan KentHouse, Barn & out B.3.15 Hall J. KellyHouse Barn & out B.2441.70 Isaac TuftsHouse Barn & out B.10262.11 Bernard TuftsHouse, Barn & out B.8691.81 Joseph AdamsHouse, Barn & out B.10086.20 Asa Tufts.96 John, SwanHouse Barn &c35 1/218.16 Henry GardnerHouse Barn &c3215.36 Thomas HutchinsonHouse Barn &c5234.16 Daniel TuftsHouse Barn &c16 1/238.89 John OdinHouse Barn &c450.29 A SpaldingHouse5.74 John Runey jrHouse Barns &c18 1/228.85 Thomas Rand (38 Resident Landholders)House Barns &c4836.17 Young men William Rand2.50 G C Hawkins9.41 Samuel Adams2.50 J C Magoon2.50 Asa Tufts 2d2.50 Oliver Tufts2.50 Daniel Stone2.50 (7 young men)(total) 1130 Acres$1236.17 Names of TenantsH
his land for the sidewalk, that the tree might be kept as long as possible. At one time, many years ago, a party of young people, some of them descendants of Thomas Rand, were passing there, when some one remarked, We ought to take off our hats to this tree, and it was done. It was one of the few trees in Somerville old enough was probably named from the great number of cedars growing in the vicinity. Years ago it was a pasture, known as the cedar pasture, and was owned and used by Thomas Rand, whose grandsons drove the cows there and gathered wild rose leaves for distilling. Old residents remember a small, round pond, with an island and solitary p large red cedar, whose trunk was more than a foot in diameter, once grew on Willow avenue not far away. From Willow avenue to Davis square was a tract known as Rand's woods. In the sixties it was a resort for enthusiasts in botany. A little further north, where the power-house now is, was another cedar pasture, owned, as wer
Pythian Block, 55. Quincy, Josiah, 7. Quincy, Mass., 9. Quincy Place, Boston, 4. Rand, Benjamin, 13, 59, 62. Rand, Caleb, 100. Rand, Henry C., 53. Rand, Thomas, 11, 58, 61. Rand, Thomas, Jr., 10. Rand, Widow, 58. Rand, William, 11. Ravine Woods, 34. Raymond, Francis II., 53. Raymond, Martha L., 53. Rea, MRand, Thomas, Jr., 10. Rand, Widow, 58. Rand, William, 11. Ravine Woods, 34. Raymond, Francis II., 53. Raymond, Martha L., 53. Rea, Mrs., Hannah, 17, 72. Read, Edwin F., 53. Reasons in Favor of a Separation of Somerville from Charlestown, 40-45. Redwoods, 8. Reynolds, Charlotte, 96, 99. Richardson, A., 12. Robinson's Bookkeeping, 98. Robinson's Elements, 25. Robinson, Enoch, 60. Robinson, Ezra, 60. Robinson, Frederick, 49. Rogers, Timothy P., Rand, Widow, 58. Rand, William, 11. Ravine Woods, 34. Raymond, Francis II., 53. Raymond, Martha L., 53. Rea, Mrs., Hannah, 17, 72. Read, Edwin F., 53. Reasons in Favor of a Separation of Somerville from Charlestown, 40-45. Redwoods, 8. Reynolds, Charlotte, 96, 99. Richardson, A., 12. Robinson's Bookkeeping, 98. Robinson's Elements, 25. Robinson, Enoch, 60. Robinson, Ezra, 60. Robinson, Frederick, 49. Rogers, Timothy P., 72. Roosevelt, President, 8. Round House, 60. Rules and Regulations of Charlestown Free Schools, 24-25. Rules and Regulations for the Government of the Charlestown Free Schools, 68, 69. Runey Estate, 90. Runey, John, 48, 50, 67, 74. Runey, John, Jr., 11. Russell District, 50, 51, 67, 69, 71, 73, 78, 82, 83, 93, 96,