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d. Yours Sincerely, E. M. Parker Jervis. Evidently there is yet much to learn about the father of our Medford, but it would appear from the third (Jervis) letter that the difficulties referred to by Historian Hughes are, in a measure, cleared up. What may yet be learned we leave to future issues of the Register, and present the following:— Copy of inscription at Caverswall Church George Cradock Esqre (for his great Providence in the Common laws well worthy named Beau Clarke of ye Assizes for this Circuit) did take to wife ye most amiable & most loving Dorothy ye daughter of John Saunders Doctor of Physicke by whom he had a Pair Royal of incomparable Daughters—to wit Dorothy, Elizabeth and Mary It is easier to guesse that he lived in a splendid Degree if I shall but recount to you that Sir Thos. Slingsly Bt.marriedDorothy The Rt. Hon. Robt Lord CholmondelyElizabeth Sir John BridgemanMary But! but! to our grief George Cradock is assaulted by death