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day sooner. Feb. 14. 1762. This day I Joseph Seccomb and Ruth my wife openly renew our baptismal covenant and were received into the first church of Christ in Danvers by and under the Pastoral care of the Rev. Mr. Peter Clark. Aug. 26. 1764. I put up this day a note for the death of my sister Mehitable who died yesterday waof the wounded, killing them without mercy and mangling their Bodies in the most shocking manner as they retreated back to Charlestown. We had 7 men belonging to Danvers killed & a number belong, to other Towns. but ye Number of the Regulars was far greater. We have the Pleasure to say that notwithstanding the highest Provocatior many years town clerk of Medford. He followed in the footsteps of his father See register, Vol. XIII, p. 70, for account of Thomas Seccomb's record of sermons. in keeping a record of important events. It appears from the Texts Books that he left Medford and took up his residence in Danvers early in the year 1762. J. H. H.