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very common for the first hundred years of our history; and it was a faith full of efficacy to puzzle men and frighten children. 1690.--The delusions of witchcraft never penetrated Medford. (See Mr. Turell's narrative.) In 1690, Medford chose a sealer of weights and measures. The oath of fidelity was often taken in Medford during the first century. It differed from the freeman oath. 1697.--Isaac Royal, merchant, of Boston, was married, by Benjamin Wadsworth, July 1, 1697, to Elizabeth, only child of Asaph Eliot, of Boston. Hon. Isaac Royal chosen moderator of a town-meeting,--the first mention of his name on the records (about 1755). May 3, 1697.--Voted to pay the representative eighteen-pence per day during his service in the General Court. 1699.--John Bradstreet, of Medford, descendant of Governor Bradstreet, son of Simon, married his cousin, Mercy Wade, of Medford, Oct. 9, 1699. Their children were Dudley, born Oct. 26, 1701, married Sarah Pierce, Aug. 18,
born in 1688; and the other was his sister, Elizabeth, who was three years younger. The brother lel.   George.   Sarah.   Ann.   Mary.   Elizabeth. 3-4HUGH Gregg m. Sarah Leslie, and lived a Gregg m. Jane Wilson, and had--   Jane.   Elizabeth.   Mary.   Sarah.  5-6Alexander.  7Samueving--  11-14Samuel, b. Sept. 17, 1746.  15Elizabeth, b. Dec, 6, 1750.   He m., 2d, Joanna----, 0Susanna, b. Mar., 1713; m. John Clough.  11Elizabeth, b. Oct., 1715; m.----Holman.  12Nathaniel,there d. June 7, 1739. He m., July 1, 1697, Elizabeth, dau. of Asaph Eliot, who d. Apr. 21, 1747. nry Hutton, who d. in 1813, and had--  22-25Elizabeth, m. William Moreton, 1814.  26Charles H.  Eden, b. May 25, 1819; m. Mary Ann Tufts.  5Elizabeth C., b. Aug. 7, 1821; m. Albert Hadley, of Edll, Dec. 23, 1773, and had--  1-2Thomas.  3Elizabeth, b. Dec. 20, 1784.  4Miriam, b. Apr. 19, 17 S., b. Apr. 29, 1820; d. Sept. 18, 1820.   Elizabeth R., b. Aug. 14, 1821; m. Alfred Odiorne, Apr
rican birth or parentage, I find, besides the slaves and their children, that Jacob Auld, one of the Scotch-Irish, had, by wife Ann, a daughter, Margaret, born Mar. 19, 1750. There seems to have been some Irish families as early as 1745; but these are named in the foregoing list. There remains one class of unwilling settlers in our town,--the Acadians; or French Neutrals, as they are called on our records. Of these exiles from Grand Pre, three are mentioned on the records, as follows:-- Eunice, wife of John Degrusha, was bapt. Feb. 12, 1744. John Le Bosquet, and Sarah, his wife, had-- Joseph, b. Jan. 12, 1781. Rebecca, b. Jan. 19, 1783. John Tebodo had, by Ann his wife,-- Ann, b. July 4, 1757. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 1, 1759. Joseph, b. Feb. 24, 1762. The name of Le Bosquet, preserved in recollection by the Le Bosquet House, has been corrupted into Burkit. Of the others, I know not whether they removed from town, or whether any descendants yet remain.