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rlestown, August 6, 1661, and lived on that part of the Blanchard farm owned by his father. He married, 1st, Elizabeth——, who died July 15, 1688, aged 21; 2d, Mehitabel——, who died January 10, 1742, aged 76. He died July 15, 1716, in his 55th year. The three gravestones can be seen in the old burying ground in Malden. He had eight children. IV. Samuel, son of Joshua and Mehitabel, was born in Charlestown, June 19, 1695; husbandman; married, May 23, 1717, Sarah Pratt of Rumney Marsh (Chelsea); lived on a part of Blanchard farm which was annexed to Malden during his lifetime; had eleven children. V. Hezekiah, sixth child of Samuel and Sarah Pratt, was born in Malden, January 4, 1728; married, 1st, Susanna Dexter of Malden (grandmother of Gilbert Blanchard), February 22, 1754; 2d, Sarah Hall, of Medford (grandmother of Mary Blanchard), October 6, 1763; he settled in Medford; occupation, tavern keeper; died in Medford, August 24, 1803. VI. Hezekiah, Jr., son of Hezekiah (V
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6., The Baptist Church of Medford. (search)
by Rev. (now Dr.) Henry C. Graves, then of Fall River; the charge to the church by Dr. Lorimer, then pastor of Tremont Temple, and prayer by Dr. Sawtelle, then of Chelsea. There was also a hymn, written for the occasion by one of the members of the church. Rev. Mr. Abbott's pastorate, so gracefully begun, continued with great sho seized their children and hurried with them into the street in their night clothes. One poor child was burned to death. When the West Cambridge, Malden and Chelsea engines arrived, the bridge spanning the Mystic river was on fire, and they were taken across in scows. The bridge was finally saved by hard labor. The precisad. The fire departments deserve great credit for their promptness in rallying to the conflagration. Engine No. 10 from Boston, together with the Charlestown, Chelsea, Malden, Reading, Woburn and Cambridge Cos., were on hand, and signalized themselves by their labors to stay the flames. One out of town fireman had his foot c
ry Putnam. Floyd, BenjaminBoston,Mar. 23, 1767Boarder in house of Noah Floyd. Floyd, HepsibahJan. 30, 1791 Floyd, HughMaiden,Mar. 15, 1759In house of Benj. Parker, Jr. Tenant of Col. Royall before 1772. Abigail (wife) William Children Susanna Children Fowle, JohnAug. 31, 1797 Fowle, MehitabelJan. 30, 1791 Fox, CatherineJan. 30, 1791 Freeman, Primas Primus wife and familyApr. 16, 1784 Jan. 30, 1791 Freeman, RichardJan. 20, 1740Negro in house of John Hammon. Freeman, RichardChelsea, October, 1761Aug. 30, 1762 French family, ACharlestown, May, 1751Tenants in house of John Willis. Frost, RufusAug. 31, 1797 Frost, MaryCambridge, May 16, 1772Daughter of Abraham Frost. In family of Moses Tufts. Fuller, BenjaminLynn, May 7, 1764In house of Wm. Hall. Fury, SimonMarblehead, October, 1770In family of Ebenezer Hall, Jr. Gallop, SusannaBoston, Jan. 27, 1766Nov. 8, 1766In family of Thos. Patten. Gardner, JohnBoston, Jan. 13, 1763In family of Samuel Stocker. Gardner, Jona