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1 Previous to the organization of these churches, both ministers had preached in Charlestown and Boston, ‘their meeting-place,’ says Roger Clap, ‘being abroad under a tree, where I have heard Mr. Wilson and Mr. Phillips preach many a good sermon.’ Mr. Phillips had been minister of Bocksted near Groton in Suffolk Co., England, and Mr. Wilson had formerly been a minister of one of the parishes of Sudbury, in the same county.
2 Taking with him Grace, Rosamond, and one of his youngest sons, probably Samuel. His sons Richard, Robert, and Henry remained.
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