[p. 50] Wades and three Cords out of Elizabeth wades The said Widow Widow to cut it and cart it away when she pleaseth. All these Particulars make her full Thirds of the Said housing and Lands quantity for Quality: with one Third of the Wharffe at the bridge with a way through the middle Cellar to her East Cellar— Secondly Dudley Wade1 the only Surviving Son of the said deceased his double portion of the Said housing and lands: Vizt: one large Room in the Brick house called the Kitchin but may be improved for other Service: One large Closset or Buttery called a fflasket the Chamber over the Kitchin with the two Clossets therein and a privilege at the Stairs head, the whole West Garret with the Cockloft2 over it one third of the wash house one half of the great Barn namely the East End with half the Leentos and half the floor and one third of the Wharffe—Twelve acres of good plowland next adjoyning to the Widows Thirds the line runs through the Garden Strait down to the river—and sixteen Acres of Marsh which goes from the West end of the barn vizt: all the Marsh in those two points and down below no-man's friend3 taking in two Acres of the next point staked out from the upland to a Creek and so to the River but line doth not go over that Creek. Also the Said Dudley is to have that little Pasture called the Burying place allowing only one quarter of an Acre of the sd. burying place with a Gang way to it to be a burying place for the whole family. Also the said Dudley Wade is to have One half of the Barn yard adjoyning to his half of the Barn and one third of the fruit of the orchard And one half of the Waste land about the house, also he is to have the
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Incidents and reminiscences of the Fire Department of Medford .
High School Department.
Some Unpublished School reports.
First Universalist Society in Medford .
Medford Historical Society .
Medford Assembly or Dancing Class.
Rules for the Assembly .
Old Ship street .
Parson Osgood 's account of the dark day , May 19 , 1780 .
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