third the owners of the saw and grist mills on the turnpike, William Tufts, Edward Tufts and Gershom Cutter.
The first two and Joseph F. Tufts were the farm owners, and James O. Curtis, treasurer, reeast one prior to that date.
William R. Cutter, in register, Vol.
III, p. 130, says:
Gershom Cutter, in 1845, purchased the Tufts mill on the Medford Turnpike, rebuilt that structure which hadod on that spot—the extreme point of marsh land between the river and turnpike at the Rock.
The Cutter residence was on the opposite side of the road.
The Walling map of Medfong the mouth of Winter brook) to the river.
Probably as much power was had at this mill as at Mr. Cutter's former location on old Ship street, but like all tide-mills, the hours of labor had of neces of it, but the register, in Vol.
XIV, p. 68, fixed the identity of the miller's dwelling, (Gershom Cutter's) a view of which had been shown as the toll-house several times, unchallenged.