eting held Nov. 30, 1691, which reads: At A meeting of the Inhabitants of Medford voted that Mr. John Hall, Sen. and Capt. Peter Tufts shall intreat Mada Wade and the overseer of maior Jonathan Wadesy the Twenty-fifth Day of November next Ensuing, and it was passed.
Capt. Ebenezer Brooks, Capt. John Hall, and Benjamin Willis were the committee appointed to build the house.
It had been twelve stands.
This the town refused to do and appointed Capt. Brooks, John Whitmore, Edward Oakes, Capt Hall, and Samuel Bradshaw to Consult and discover together to Se if they could propose any Place foe Town would state a place for a Scoole House in the Senter betwixt ye dwelling house of Mr. Jona Hall Sen. and Edward Oakes house he now dwells in and Mr. Samuel Brooks and Joseph Tufts House measuripril 5, 1790, it was voted that John Brooks, Benjamin Hall, William Gowen, Willis Hall & Ebenz Hall, Jr., be a committee to see what method is necessary with regard to the girls attending the Master'