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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 10: Middlesex County. (search)
red and seventy-four dollars ($52,574.00). The amount of money raised and expended by the town for State aid during the war, and repaid by the Commonwealth, was as follows: In 1861, $3,638.74; in 1862, $10,973.49; in 1863, $12,206.06; in 1864, $10.500.00; in 1865, $5,000.00. Total amount, $42,318.29. Watertown Incorporated Jan. 4, 1630. Population in 1860, 3,270; in 1865, 3,779. Valuation in 1860, $2,514,020; in 1865, $2,757,957. The selectmen in 1861 were Joshua Coolidge, Francis Kendall, Jeremiah Russell; in 1862, George W. Horn, Joshua G. Gooch, George H. Sleeper; in 1863, Artemas Locke, George W. Horn, George H. Sleeper; in 1864 and 1865, George B. Wilbur, Joshua G. Gooch, Thomas N. Hooper. The town-clerk in 1861, 1862, and 1863 was William H. Ingraham; in 1864 and 1865, George L. Noyes. The town-treasurer during all the years of the war was Samuel Noyes. 1861. The first legal town-meeting to act upon matters relating to the war was held on the 22d of April.
nchope, Windship, etc. Edward the progenitor wrote his name Winshipp; most of his descendants now write Winship. 2. Ephraim, s. of Edward (1), m. Hannah, dau. of Samuel Rayner, 7 Ap. 1670; she d. 10 Nov. 1674, and he m. Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Kendall of Woburn, 9 Nov. 1675. I find no record of children; he resided at the Farms, was an Ensign of Militia, and d. 19 Oct. 1696; his w. Elizabeth m. Joseph Peirce of Watertown, before 23 June 1701. Mr. Winship was one of the pioneers at the Farms, and his situation, as well as that of his associates, is faintly shadowed in a memorandum connected with the settlement of his estate: His honored father-in-law, Mr. Francis Kendall of Woburn, in said county, demands these following debts, viz.: that his son-in-law, Ephraim Winship, in the time of the former war, called Philip's War, came to his house for shelter, for fear of the Indians, because his living was then in the woods, remote from neighbors; and he brought with him his ancient
nchope, Windship, etc. Edward the progenitor wrote his name Winshipp; most of his descendants now write Winship. 2. Ephraim, s. of Edward (1), m. Hannah, dau. of Samuel Rayner, 7 Ap. 1670; she d. 10 Nov. 1674, and he m. Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Kendall of Woburn, 9 Nov. 1675. I find no record of children; he resided at the Farms, was an Ensign of Militia, and d. 19 Oct. 1696; his w. Elizabeth m. Joseph Peirce of Watertown, before 23 June 1701. Mr. Winship was one of the pioneers at the Farms, and his situation, as well as that of his associates, is faintly shadowed in a memorandum connected with the settlement of his estate: His honored father-in-law, Mr. Francis Kendall of Woburn, in said county, demands these following debts, viz.: that his son-in-law, Ephraim Winship, in the time of the former war, called Philip's War, came to his house for shelter, for fear of the Indians, because his living was then in the woods, remote from neighbors; and he brought with him his ancient
ay) was built by his father in the fifties of the last century. Mr. Kendall was descended on his father's side from Francis Kendall, the first of the name in America, who, born in England, settled in Woburn in 1640, and became a large land and mill owner, as well as for eighteen years Selectman. The grandparents of Mr. Kendall were Isaac (died July, 1833) and Lucy (Sables) Kendall, of Woburn. They were the parents of Isaac, Jr., born in Woburn April 23, 1806, died in Somerville June 27, 189Kendall, of Woburn. They were the parents of Isaac, Jr., born in Woburn April 23, 1806, died in Somerville June 27, 1894. Isaac, Jr., married at Charlestown, May 1, 1833, Nancy, daughter of Seth Bradford, of Medford, where she was born March 8, 1805. She had been brought up by Mrs. Kendall Bailey, of Charlestown, and had as a stepmother a sister of her husband's mother. Mrs. Nancy (Bradford) Kendall was a lineal descendant of Governor William Bradford, of Plymouth Colony. She died at her home on Winter Hill July 10, 1888. Isaac Brooks Kendall, the second child of his parents, and the only one to surviv
Ireland, George W., 79, 85. Ireland, Jonathan, 81. 85. Ireland, Thomas, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85. Irish Bend, 55. Island No.10, 50. Isle Petit Anse, 56. Jackson, 58. Jackson, Patrick T., 73, 78, 84. James River, 4, 12. Jenks, Joseph W., 30. Jerrett's Station, 7. Jerusalem Plank Road, 6, 7. John Abbot Lodge, 23, 72. Johnson, Isack, 79. Johnson, Jotham, 43. Johnson, Mary, 79. Johnson, William, 79. Jones, Charles G., 4, 16. Kelly, Thomas, 16. Kendall, Arthur I., 72. Kendall, Francis, 71, 72. Kendall, Isaac, 71. Kendall, Isaac Brooks, 21, 71. Kendall, Isaac, Jr., 71. Kendall, Lucy (Sables), 71. Kendall, Richard F., 72. Kendrick, David, 4, 16. Kennedy, John, 4, 16. Kenneson, Albert, 69, 70. Kenneson, Albert Henry, 69. Kenneson, Nancy J., 69, 70. Kenneston, Elliot, 16. Kent, Jonathan, 44. Kent, Rhoda. 44. Kent, Samuel, 42, 44. Kent, William, 44. Kidder, Sarah Tufts, 28. King's Chapel Burying Ground, 80. Kinsley, Frederick R., 16. Kinsley, Capt