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respectively Samuel Tufts, Jr., and Isaac Tufts. Peter Tufts, Jr., son of the Peter last named, was born in 1774. He twice married,—first Martha, the daughter of Lieutenant Samuel and Margaret (Adams) Locke, of West Cambridge; and second, Anne Benjamin, daughter of Deacon Ephraim Cutter. He had twelve children. Peter Tufts, Jr., lived a life of great activity. He was keeper of the Powder House, and when in 1815 the powder was transferred to the new storehouse at the end of Magazine streeWalnut hill, now partly occupied by Tufts College. John and Elizabeth Tufts had thirteen children. Of these, John, Jr., lived for some time in the so-called Caleb Leland house in Elm street. He had descendants living in town till recent years; Benjamin lived in the Hawkins house in Washington street just beyond the abutment, and carried on a milk farm there. He has descendants still living in: town. Oliver lived in the old Lee house, and carried on his farm till his death in 1883. Leonard,
Enoch, b. blacksmith, h. Porter. Emerson, Thomas, yeoman, h. Broadway. English, Jerome A., b. blacksmith, h. Milk. English, Mrs., h. Medford. Evans, Benjamin, b. baggage wagon, Franklin. Everett, Erastus D., b. dry goods, h. Beech. Farmelow, John, laborer, h. Church. Farmelow, George, laborer, h. Church. Fes H., b. machinist, h. Spring. French, George, brickmaker, h. Medford. Frost, Samuel T., yeoman, h. Milk. Fultz, Joseph, blacksmith, h. Elm. Fulsom, Benjamin W., furniture dealer, Lime. Fullick, G. K., painter, h. Bow. Garrett, Robert, h. Beacon. Galletly, James, twine manufacturer, h. Cambridge. Gates, Wi, h. Perkins. Guild, Chester, Jr., accountant, h. Perkins. Guild, George A., accountant h. Perkins. Hadley, George W., wharfinger, h. Hamlet. Hadley, Benjamin, teamster, h. Cambridge. Hadley, Mrs. Martha, widow, h. Cambridge. Haines, D. J., grocer, h. Broadway. Hall, John K., bank officer, h. Mount Pleasant.
Medford. Munroe, William, wheelwright, h. Cambridge. Munroe, Benjamin S., b. accountant, h. Prospect hill. Muer, James, McLean asyluminspector, h. Milk. Thorp, Ira, yeoman, h. Walnut. Thrasher, Benjamin brickmaker, h. Broadway. Tilson, Apollos, b. furnishing store, ranville. Torrey, Mrs. Mary P., widow, h. Broadway. Randall, Benjamin, 2nd, carpenter, Cambridge. Reed, Daniel, b. grocer, h. Milk. Ricker, Edward, b. blacksmith, h. Milk. Ricker, Benjamin F., mason, h. cor. Cambridge and Milk. Ring, Gardner T., brickmaker, h. Broa. Sargent, Aaron, Jr., b. accountant. h. Franklin. Sawtell, Benjamin, grocer, h. Elm. Saxton, M. F., b. bookseller, h. Mt. Pleasant.. Prospect hill. Shaw, John, b. silversmith, h. Dane. Shute, Benjamin, b. ship carpenter, h. Medford. Shute, James, brickmaker, h. Brway. Woodward, Elisha G., b. grocer, h. near Milk. Woodward, Benjamin, b. upholsterer, h. Leland. Woodworth, Charles, grocer, East Ca
eminary, Va., II.—39. Faneuil Hall, IV.—22. Fay, Richard S., IV.—18. Ferrold, Tobias, Company of, I.—8. Ffiske, Ensigne David, III.—13. Fields. James T., I.—18. First M. E. Church, I.—24. Fisk, Benjamin, II.—15, 16. Fisk. Benjamin, brickyard of, II.—16. Fisk. Mark. Il—18; IV.—20. Fitchburg R. R., II.—26; III.—8. Fitz Family, The, II.—25. Five Forks, IV.—26. Fleming. Major, I.—38. 39. Fletcher. Mrs. Dr., II.—23. Flagg, Submit, II.—25. Fogg Family, T 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. Patapsco River, III.—24. Patterson, Colonel, I.—23. Patterson Park, Baltimore, I.—34. Pearl Street, III.—18. Pepper, Edward, IV.—31