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, whereof 400 is granted by the town to his own person and heirs, to enjoy freely forever, and the other 100 acres for the use of Harvard College.
Item, unto Mr. Daniell Googine 500 acres.
Item, unto Mr. Edward Collins, in lieu of his small farm within the town bounds, with some addition in respect of his place in the Deacon's office, it was agreed that he should have 500 acres.
June 9, 1652.
It was agreed by the Church that Shawshine should be divided as followeth:—
To Mr. Michell, five hundred acres.
To Edw. Okes, three hundred acres.
To Thomas Okes, one hundred and fifty acres.
It was agreed that these three above named should have their lots laid out by a committee with as little prejudice to any lot as may be, and so not to draw any lot.
Also, the Church doth agree that although the land be, by grant of the General Court, peculiar to the Church only, yet the whole town, viz., such as are owners of house and land in the town, shall come into the div