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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., My Revolutionary ancestors: major Job Cushing, Lieutenant Jerome Lincoln, Walter Foster Cushing (search)
, but to son Samuel (my great-grandfather) land in Cohasset; to son Job, money for Harvard; and for daughter Jghters of the Hingham planters, were given land at Cohasset. Among them, Daniel Lincoln was the first to be fn Bound brook, where it flows between Scituate and Cohasset. Before he died he became the proprietor of a grible by the use of tallow. The early settlers of Cohasset were forced to pay taxes on the Hingham church and the church of Hingham would allow the precinct of Cohasset to have its own church. But money was collected ang student might be seen starting on horseback for Cohasset. The fees were thirty shillings per day if he cou Nehemiah Hobart was the first minister settled in Cohasset. A few of the congregation could sing a little bunoon service was held. Now there were living in Cohasset at this time two young men friends. One was Job C When the news of the battle of Concord reached Cohasset nearly every man in town, able to bear arms, was r