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 3. Walter, s. of Matthew (1), had William, bap. 7 Feb. 1779. James, had child b. in 1780. Mrs. Ruthy, d. 9 Nov. 1800, a. 40. Elbridge, had dau. Ann Mary N., d. 30 June, 1839, a. 7. Ruth, m. Samuel Russell 25 Feb. 1754. Samuel, m. Fanny Watson, 14 Mar. 1793, prob. s. of Samuel (2). Mary, of Woburn, m. Eliphalet Dodge of Danvers, 13 Feb. 1802. Walter, William and Samuel are named by Wyman, 245. See Paige's Camb. Craft or Crafts, Joseph, of Newton, m. Mary Fiske of W. Camb. 11 May, 1809. John J., m. Rebecca W. Frost, 13 June, 1816. John P., d. 25 Apr. 1837, a. 46. Crockett, Susan L., of Maiden, and Thomas Capell of Lexington, m. 10 Sept. 1839. Croome, Maria Weston, wife of George, baptized 2 Jan., 1842.1 Crosby, Rebecca, of Billerica, m. Gershom Cutter, Jr., 15 Mar. 1757—Cutter (par. 37). Rhoda, of Camb., m. Thomas Reed of Charlestown, this Pct., 2 July, 1761—Wyman, 249. Simeon, m. Lydia Frost, 7 May, 1787; Lydia, prob. she, d. 3 Aug. 1813, a. 47; a child of Simeon d. 19 July, 1800, a. 3 days; Simeon belonged to the Baptist Society in Camb. N. W. Prec't, 21 July, 1787. Gardner, of Boston, m. Susanna Russell of Camb. 2 Jan. 1803. 2. John, m. Mary Buckman, 13 Apr. 1817. He o. c. and was bap. 9 Nov. 1817; had Belinda Green, bap. 9 Nov. 1817; Eliza Ann, bap. 16 Apr. 1820; Lydia Louisa, bap. 8 Sept. 1822; Mary, bap. 1 Oct. 1826. 3. Samuel, of Watertown, m. Margaret Frost, 2 Dec. 1821. Ken-Dall, of Boston, m. Elizabeth Hill, 23 Apr. 1826. Miss Harriet, d. 1 May, 1842, a. 28. Cummings, Jacob—from ch. in Groton, N. H.—adm. here, 12 June, 1820. Charles W., of Boston, m. Sarah W. Frost, 17 Oct. 1824. Curtis, Mrs. Priscilla, had dau. d. 24 July, 1802, a. 3. She herself was admitted to the ch. 5 Aug. 1802, and d. 26 Aug. 1802, a. 24. Cushing, dau. of Thomas P., d. 11 Aug. 1839, a. 10 weeks.
1 Mr. George Croome, for many years a leading manufacturer and dealer in furniture in this city, died at his residence in Arlington on Friday, after two years of great suffering, at the age of nearly 72. He came from England to Boston when a child, and in youth served an apprenticeship in a furniture manufactory. When a young man he established himself in business with Mr. Lane, under the firm name of Lane & Croome, first locating on Court street, and afterward on Washington street. He continued in the business for many years —after Mr. Lane's retirement, as Croome & Hixon, then as George Croome, and lastly as George Croome & Co., retiring about two years ago. He leaves a widow.—Boston Daily Advertiser, Monday, Oct. 27, 1879.
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