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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 4 4 Browse Search
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ere was confiscated; but the loss was repaired by benefits which the British Government bestowed on him and on his children. Picke, John, by w. Mary, had Abigail, b. 22 Ap. 1642. See Pickering. Pickering, John, by w. Mary, had Lydia, b. 5 Nov. 1638. I suspect this John Pickering and the foregoing John Picke, are but different forms of the same name. Pinson, Edward, m. Anna, dau. of Deac. John Cooper 2 Aug. 1664. She d. 8 May 1666, and he disappears. Place, Thomas, sold land adjoother, and purchased the estate on the southerly side of Harvard Street, extending from Holyoke Street to Bow Street. His house stood near the west end of his lot, nearly opposite to his brother's residence. By his w. Hannah he had Thomas, b. 5 Nov. 1638, bur. 9 Feb. 1649; Samuel, b.—Feb. 1639-40, d. 16 Mar. 1644-5; Hannah, b. 20 June 1642; Jane, b. 16 May 1645. Samuel the f. was much employed in the public service. The management of the College stock, and the carrying on the building begun
was a Colonel, Representative 1753, and High Sheriff of Middlesex 1764-1774. He inherited the homestead, and resided there until the Revolution, when he adhered to the King and went with his family to England, where he d. 7 July 1811. His estate here was confiscated; but the loss was repaired by benefits which the British Government bestowed on him and on his children. Picke, John, by w. Mary, had Abigail, b. 22 Ap. 1642. See Pickering. Pickering, John, by w. Mary, had Lydia, b. 5 Nov. 1638. I suspect this John Pickering and the foregoing John Picke, are but different forms of the same name. Pinson, Edward, m. Anna, dau. of Deac. John Cooper 2 Aug. 1664. She d. 8 May 1666, and he disappears. Place, Thomas, sold land adjoining the west-end field, 1639. Perhaps he was the freeman of 1640. Polly, George, fined for breach of a Town Order 1657. Post, Stephen (otherwise written Poast), owned a house and twelve acres on the south side of the river, 1635. He rem. w
r and son; by the heirs of the last named, it was sold to the Corporation of Harvard College, and now forms a portion of the College Grounds. 2. Samuel, half brother to Thomas (1), a son of William by a second wife, came to New England with his brother, and purchased the estate on the southerly side of Harvard Street, extending from Holyoke Street to Bow Street. His house stood near the west end of his lot, nearly opposite to his brother's residence. By his w. Hannah he had Thomas, b. 5 Nov. 1638, bur. 9 Feb. 1649; Samuel, b.—Feb. 1639-40, d. 16 Mar. 1644-5; Hannah, b. 20 June 1642; Jane, b. 16 May 1645. Samuel the f. was much employed in the public service. The management of the College stock, and the carrying on the building begun by Mr. Eaton, was committed to Mr. Samuel Shepard, by the General Court, in Sept. 1639. He was Selectman 1638, Representative or Deputy 1639, 1640, 1644, 1645, Clerk of the Writs 1640, and Commissioner for small causes 1641. He had a military spiri