n the west.
March 13, 1657: Samuel Adams sold to Ed. Collins 40 acres of land. . . bounded on the south by Meato Messrs. Brooks and Wheeler in the year 1660.
Collins to Michelson. [P. 42.]
This lot was not in Medford.
March 13, 1675.
Caleb Hobart sells to Ed. Collins. . . [P. 42.]
This was a mortgage.
Mr. Nichol tree marked R. C.
Evidently meaning Russell and Collins. standing on the west side of a brook that runs int we have the Mansion house described in the deed of Collins to Russell called a dwelling house by Russell to Waplantation. . . being 1/4 part of that farm which Mr. Collins sold to said Russell, and hath thereon one dwellieath, a part of his farm in Medford was sold to Mr. Ed. Collins. . . . . [P. 93.]
Mr. Collins bought the whMr. Collins bought the whole farm.
For the ordering of Prudentials,. . . [P. 100.]
（Oct. 13, 1684.) It was agreed upon at a generan the status of the farm or plantation soon after Mr. Collins sold one thousand two hundred acres of his land t