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town sent Robert Feake, Richard Browne, and John Oldham. As early as May 18, 1631, the Court hads where Weathersfield afterward grew up. As John Oldham was a resident of Watertown, doubtless some p. 73, 74.he fell into acquaintance with Mr. John Oldham, who was a co-partner with him in his after courses; not long after both Oldham and he grew very perverse, and showed a spirit of great maligcleave to them, and speak against the church. Oldham being called to watch (according to order) andocured copies of letters which both Lyford and Oldham had written, full of complaints and disaffectiid out for Matthew Cradock, of London, to whom Oldham was indebted. This farm then passed into the e noticed the pinnace of our Indian trader, John Oldham, filled with Indians, and saw a canoe put off from it. Suspecting that they had killed Oldham, despite their great superiority in numbers he prld not get at. Looking about, they found John Oldham under an old seine, stark naked, his head clef[8 more...]
st called New Towne, 17. Cant not fashionable, 29. Canute, the Dane, 66. Cape Cod, landing of Pilgrims on, 9; John Oldham wrecked on, 38. Cargoes of food bought for general stock, 19. Carlyle, Thomas, on fundamental idea of Puritanism, 93: Jacob, 88; John, 39; Richard, Samuel, 93. Gale, Richard, owns half of Oldham farm, 39. Gallup, John, captures Oldham's pinnace from his murderers, 40; goes after pirate Bull, 43 n. 1. Garfield: Edward, buys 40 acres of Phillips's heirstizen, 82; afterward Governor of the Commonwealth 76 n. 3, 82; mansion and grounds. 48. Gorges, John, grants land to John Oldham, 38. Gorges, Robert, 38. Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, 10. Governor's cocked hay Indians, 61. Nyantics aid the English, 43. Old French War on Canadian frontier, soldiers furnished for, 99. Oldham, John, member of the Committee from Watertown on raising of public moneys, 30; visits the Connecticut, 35, 36; at Plymouth,