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 Blackington, of Camb., m. Elizabeth Hadley, 25 Dec. 1793.—Lex. Rec. Edward Blackington, of Camb., m. Sally Harrington, 30 Dec. 1793.—Ditto.] Israel Blackington was a private soldier in the French War, and Israel and Israel Blackington, Jr., were members of Capt. Benjamin Locke's company of Menotomy minute-men, 1775. Blackman, Mary, m. William Cutter, Jr., 6 Nov. 1774. Cutter (par. 27). Mary Blackman, adult person, o. c. and was bap. Camb. Old Parish, 10 Apr. 1774. She was half-sister of Isaiah Thomas, the celebrated printer, whose mother-Fidelity Grant of Rhode-Island—m. a Blackman, and settled in Cambridge.—See Lincoln's Hist. Worcester, 287, 294. Widow Fidelity Blackman of Camb. sold to Lemuel Blanchard in 1778, land with dwelling-house and barn, bounded on country road, the school-house lot or proprietors' lands, and west on Menotomy Pond. Blake, James, of Boston, and Susanna Fillebrown, m. 29 Nov. 1773. Ellis Gray, m. Ann Elizabeth Wyman, 15 Nov. 1821, and d. 25 June, 1841, a. 45. Oliver W. m. Sarah J. Warren, 17 Aug. 1842. （Oliver W. Blake d. 12 Oct. 1848, a. 29.) Blanchard, Lemuel, o. c. Menot. 2 May, 1779, had Thomas, b. 20 Apr., bapt. 2 May, 1779, and a son, b. 27 Apr. 1783. Lemuel the father m. Lydia, dau. of Thomas Adams, and is styled ‘trader’ in deeds. Mrs. Lydia m. Joseph Thorndike of Jaffrey, N. H., 30 July, 1795. 2. Samuel, d. 3 Sept. 1790, a. 70—see Cutter Book, 89. Alan-son, of Lexington, and Mary P. Fessenden of W. Camb. m. 25 Nov. 1841. Blodgett, Nathan, of Camb. m. Mary Whitmore of Medford, 27 Apr. 1775. Dau. of William (see Paige, 686). Nathan Blodgett was one of the Cambridge quota in the Revolutionary Army.—Paige. He was a non-resident in 1781. Nathan, non-resident, is mentioned as one of those that belonged to the Baptist Society in Camb. N. W. Prec't in 1787. 2. Nathan, Jr., of Lexington, m. Susanna Frost of Camb. 25 Aug. 1805. Nathan's child d. 12 July, 1808, a. 2. 3. Mehitable, of ‘Charlestown Farms,’ and Edward Gardner, m. 5 Apr. 1781.—Church Rec. Lydia and Silas Robinson of Camb. m. 18 Nov. 1779—marriage fee $13. Abigail m. Zechariah Hill, 25 Mar. 1783. Ruth m. Abraham Hill, 9 Sept. 1784. Amos, and Mary Pratt of Lexington, m. 13 Apr. 1817. Boardman and Bordman, a prominent family, more particularly in the First Parish. Moses m. Elizabeth Fillebrown, 25 Dec. 1746. Elizabeth m. Andrew Brown of 2d Reg't, 13 Dec. 1775. Elizabeth m. John Brown, 13-15 May, 1776. Andrew and w. Mary were adm. to the Second Prec't Church, 1 Mar. 1778. See Paige. Bodge. See Budge.
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