account of a journey from Salem to Charlestown in the summer of 1628-9, from which I quote:—
. . .and the land lying on the east side over led up unto; . . .
Were the settlers who planted the farm in 1629 without feet, and were they blind?
He (Gov. Winthrop) called his s has been shown, Mr. Cradock's men had planted a farm at Medford in 1629, over a year before Governor Winthrop came to New England.
The occully considered as a settlement, and therefore Medford was settled in 1629.
There were good reasons why Medford was settled at that early dated square, where the travelers from Salem found them in the summer of 1629.
May 25, 1661.—Richard Russell who had occupied the Mansion Hous
Here is an admittance by Mr. Brooks that Medford was settled in 1629.
After his death, a part of his farm in Medford was sold to Mr. n turn, dissent from Mr. Brooks' statements, and show cause.
From 1629, the date of the settlement of Medford, to 1656, the plantation was