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Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908, Original English inhabitants and early settlers in Somerville. (search)
issue here. Thomas Beecher, 1637. His dwelling house was in the Highfield, but may have been on the Charlestown side of the line. His widow sold the house to George Bunker. Neither Beecher nor Bunker left descendants here, to my knowledge. John Crow, 1638 or earlier, had a dwelling house and nine acres of land in Gibbons-field, which he sold to Matthew Avery, who died in four years, and his only child, a son, went back to London. John Crow went to Yarmouth, on Cape Cod, and he and YelventJohn Crow went to Yarmouth, on Cape Cod, and he and Yelventon Crow (an ancestor of mine), who owned a Cow Common in Somerville in 1637, were the progenitors of the numerous Crowells, for so the name became in the second generation, on Cape Cod and elsewhere in Massachusetts. John Brinsmeade, 1638, had a house and two acres of land in the Highfield, perhaps on the Somerville side of the line, but he left no issue here. Edward Paine, 1638. His house and thirty acres of land were at the West End. He returned to England, and his children did not rem
28, 77. Conrad's Ferry, 18. Constantine, Arch of. 80. Convent Hill, 11. Conwell, Leon M., 75. Coolidge, Eunice, 49. Cooper-Shop Eating House, 18. Cotimore Katharine. 29. Cow Commons, 25, 26, 30. Cradock House, 79. Cradock, Matthew, 78. 79, 80. Crater, The, 72. Crawford, General, 45. Crosby, Elkanah. 18. Cross Street, 9, 29, 39. Crosswell, Andrew. 51. Crosswell, Benjamin, 51. Crosswell, Caleb, 51. Crosswell, Joseph, 51. Crosswell, Thomas, 51. Crowell,, 30. Crow, John, 30. Crow, Yelverton, 30. Cuba, 41. Cub Run, 23. Culpeper, 44. Culpeper, C. H., 21. Cutler's Division, 63. Cutter, Ammi, 52, 53. Cutter, Charlotte W., 53. Cutter, Ebenezer F., 53. Cutter, Edward, 53, 55. Cutter, Ephraim, 53. Cutter, Fitch, 53, 55. Cutter, Francis, 53. Cutter, Lydia, 52, 53. Cutter, Rebecca, 53. Cutter, Richard, 53. Cutter, Samuel, 53. Cutter, Samuel, Jr., 53. Cutter. William, 53. Dane, Osgood, 15. Dane, Osgood B., 16. D
t he was not exactly himself. He was consequently released on taking the oath of allegiance. Dr. Steinhower and T. J. Sappington, two old and respectable citizens of Saint Louis county, were released on taking the oath, as were also T. B. Grigsby, of Frederickton; John Green, of Potosi; James Marr and Jerome Wall, of Franklin county; A. C. Roberts, of Lexington; and M. M. Lynch, of Washington county. James Tracy, who has three brothers in the Southern army, was remanded to prison. Among other prisoners in custody are James C. Edwards, formerly President of the North Missouri railroad, charged with treasonable practices; Samuel M. Wells, charged with firing into a railroad train and assisting in burning bridges and destroying property on the North Missouri railroad, and John Crow, late of the Southern army. At Jefferson City, affairs continue as much as usual. Extensive entrenchments are in process of construction for the defence of the place in the event of an attack.