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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 8 0 Browse Search
Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909 2 0 Browse Search
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terity, residing in and near Marlborough, some of whom attained high distinction. The marriage of Mary to John Fay, and of Hannah to William Ward, is indicated by two legal documents found on record in Middlesex County: (1.) Thomas Brigham, John Brigham, Samuel Brigham, Hannah Ward, and John Fay and Samuel Fay, children of Mary Fay, all of Marlborough in said County of Middlesex, being the children and heirs of their father Thomas Brigham late of Cambridge, etc., commenced a suit 28 Sept. 169h had been wife of Gershom Eames, and is lands supposed by her descendant Andrew H. Ward (Hist. Shrewsbury, p. 457) to have been daughter of Solomon Johnson of Sudbury; but I think it more probable that Thomas Brigham was her father, and that John Brigham, who witnessed the execution of her will, 30 Oct. 1714, was her brother. Brown, or Browne, Richard, owned land south of the river, which he sold in 1645; but probably was a resident of Watertown. 2. Robert, m. Barbara Eden 8 May 1649.
terity, residing in and near Marlborough, some of whom attained high distinction. The marriage of Mary to John Fay, and of Hannah to William Ward, is indicated by two legal documents found on record in Middlesex County: (1.) Thomas Brigham, John Brigham, Samuel Brigham, Hannah Ward, and John Fay and Samuel Fay, children of Mary Fay, all of Marlborough in said County of Middlesex, being the children and heirs of their father Thomas Brigham late of Cambridge, etc., commenced a suit 28 Sept. 169h had been wife of Gershom Eames, and is lands supposed by her descendant Andrew H. Ward (Hist. Shrewsbury, p. 457) to have been daughter of Solomon Johnson of Sudbury; but I think it more probable that Thomas Brigham was her father, and that John Brigham, who witnessed the execution of her will, 30 Oct. 1714, was her brother. Brown, or Browne, Richard, owned land south of the river, which he sold in 1645; but probably was a resident of Watertown. 2. Robert, m. Barbara Eden 8 May 1649.
ton and Lowell Railroad, 73. Botanical Garden, 89. Bowdoin College, 34. Bowdoinham, Me., 31. Bowman, Mrs. Selwyn Z., 32. Bow Street, 31. Boynton Plank Road, 9. Boynton, William F., 13, 19. Bradford Academy, 32. Bradford, Nancy, 71, 72. Bradford, Governor, William, 72. Bradish, John, 90. Bradshaw, Sergeant, 3. Brashear City, 52, 54, 57. Brastow School, 24. Brattleboro, Vt., 34. Bridgewater, Mass., 31. Brigham Family, The, 86. Brigham Farm on Ye Rocks, 87-90. Brigham, John, 89. Brigham, Peter Bent, 86. Brigham, Samuel, 89. Brigham, Thomas, 87, 88, 89, 90. Brine, William H., 75, 76. Brotchie, James, 12. Brown University. 66. Bucknam, Davis P., 13. Budington's History of the First Church, 79. Burnham, Sarah M., 31, 35, 36,:7,:8, 41. Burnham, Sarah M., Works of, 38, Butler, General Benjamin F., 51. Byrnes, James, 13. Cambridge Farms, 87. Cambridge, Mass., 1, 32. Cambridgeport, 31. Cambridge Road, 28. Cambridge Rocks, The Boundarie