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of age, with the disposition of their property while they were yet minors. In 1706 the property was bought by Thomas3 Prentice for £ 68. It was then bounded N. E. by Charlestown line, N. W. by Nathaniel Patten Senor and John Carter of Oburn, W. by Walter3 Russell E. and S. E. by the land of Jason Russell. Thomas3 Prentice was a brickmaker, and resided on what is now the west side of Garden Street, opposite the Botanical Garden. He died December 7, 1709 and the inventory shows: 72 acres, Brigham's Farm, £ 68. In the distribution of his property, the Brigham Farm went to his son, Rev. Thomas4 Prentice (b. 1702, H. C. 1726, d. 1782), who made his first sale, of nine acres, in 1724, as if to aid him through Harvard, to Andrew Mallet, whos himself, even in his deeds, glazier of Harvard College, and he held this unique position for forty years. By 1753 Rev. Thomas Prentice had disposed of more than seventy acres of the original grant for £ 443. Much of the property remained within the
Asa, 22. Poole, Lilla E., 24. Poor, John R., 74, 75, 76. Poplar Spring Church, 6. Port Hudson, 40-61. Pound Lot. Winter Hill Road. 29. Powers, Robert, 18. Precious Stones in Nature, Art, and Literature, 38. Prentice, Henry, 90. Prentice, Thomas, 89. Prentice, Rev., Thomas, 89, 90. Primary No. 20, 26. Prospect Hill, 74. Prospect Hill District, 35. Prospect Hill Primary, 36, 40. Prospect Hill School, 23, 35, Putnam Grammar School, Cambridge, 38. Radcliffe College, 86. Prentice, Rev., Thomas, 89, 90. Primary No. 20, 26. Prospect Hill, 74. Prospect Hill District, 35. Prospect Hill Primary, 36, 40. Prospect Hill School, 23, 35, Putnam Grammar School, Cambridge, 38. Radcliffe College, 86. Randolph, Vt., 24. Rand, Hannah, 45. Rand, Joshua, 82. Rand, Samuel, 82. Rand, Samuel, 82. Rand, Thomas, 44, 45. Rand, Widow, Anna, 45. Rapidan River, 4. Rappahannock, 11. Read, Captain, 64. Readville, 12. Record Commissioners of Boston, Report of, 27. Red River, 53, 57, 58. Reed, Daniel, 90. Remington, Charlotte, 28. Richmond, Va., 2, 11, 60. Riley, Colonel, 56. Roberts, John S., 4, 18. Robinson, Mrs. Albert C., 22. Robinson, Major-General John C., 2, 9. Rollins, S