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es. there a short time. Although he returned to England in 1631, he seems still to have been regarded as an Assistant, and provision was made for him when Camb. was selected as a suitable place for a fortified town and the residence of the Governor and Assistants. What is now called Winthrop Square was granted to him for a house lot; but, as he did not return, it was devoted for a Market Place, and has always remained public property. Saunders, Daniel (otherwise written Sanders), d. 27 Feb. 1639-40. No trace of family. 2. Robert, in 1639 and 1642 res. on the S. E. corner of Mount Auburn and Dunster streets. No trace of family. 3. Jonathan, m. Abiah Bartlett 24 Oct. 1669, and had Abiah and Jonathan, twins, b. 25 Oct. 1673; Thomas, b. 10 Mar. 1674-5; John, b. 25 Mar. 1677; Benjamin, b. 28 May 1679; Samuel, b. 28 May 1681; Edward, b. 3 Mar. 1683-4; Hannah, b. 31 May 1689. Jonathan the f. deposed 1696 (then aged 49) that he lived with Justinian Holden when he was 17 years ol
es. there a short time. Although he returned to England in 1631, he seems still to have been regarded as an Assistant, and provision was made for him when Camb. was selected as a suitable place for a fortified town and the residence of the Governor and Assistants. What is now called Winthrop Square was granted to him for a house lot; but, as he did not return, it was devoted for a Market Place, and has always remained public property. Saunders, Daniel (otherwise written Sanders), d. 27 Feb. 1639-40. No trace of family. 2. Robert, in 1639 and 1642 res. on the S. E. corner of Mount Auburn and Dunster streets. No trace of family. 3. Jonathan, m. Abiah Bartlett 24 Oct. 1669, and had Abiah and Jonathan, twins, b. 25 Oct. 1673; Thomas, b. 10 Mar. 1674-5; John, b. 25 Mar. 1677; Benjamin, b. 28 May 1679; Samuel, b. 28 May 1681; Edward, b. 3 Mar. 1683-4; Hannah, b. 31 May 1689. Jonathan the f. deposed 1696 (then aged 49) that he lived with Justinian Holden when he was 17 years ol
on of Salem, gent, conveyed all his interest in lands at Cape Porpoise (the present northeast boundry of Kennebunk Harbor) to Richard Saltonstall and Rev. Hugh Peters, that was not already sold to Matthew Cradock, merchant. Under date of February 27, 1639, Cradock wrote Winthrop. Among other matters he mentions that he understands there is voluntary contribucions towrds a Colledge in Cambridge, which I must confess is a worthy worke. I pray your worship bee pleased to moove the Court to cl career, stating he was enrolled among the cuirassiers of Pycehill Hundred, Staffordshire. In this I think he is in error, the Matthew referred to being one of the Staffordshire family, which continued in that section. Under the date of February 27, 1639, Cradock writes to Winthrop: The Writts for a parlaiment are nowe abroad. I heare there hath beene great adoe at Westminster theise 2 dayes about there burgesses, & not yeet agreed on. Come Tuesday next the burgesses of London are to bee c