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Tufts married the daughter of Thomas Pierce, of Charlestown, and had a large family of children. His four sons were Captain Peter, of Medford and Malden; James, who was killed in early life with Lothrop in the ambuscade at Bloody Brook in 1675; Johimself, lived within our limits, but he bought large tracts of land here on which he established his sons, Nathaniel and Peter. These sons lived and died on these farms, and from them are descended nearly all of the Tuftses who have ever lived in d at his death, in 1728, he left to his son Nathaniel, forty-four acres, mostly on the south side of Union square; and to Peter an equally large tract, principally on the southwesterly side of Somerville avenue, near Dane street. Nathaniel Tufts than those of his brother Nathaniel. They have numbered many hundreds, and have largely lived in Eastern Massachusetts. Peter inherited from his father, with the farm above referred to, the dwelling bought of Russell in 1701. It is the house fami
s owned by his nephews, Charles and Nathan. Peter, the second son of Peter of Milk Row, born in y had a large family of children, of whom only Peter, John, Joseph, and Sarah were especially connehis town. Peter Tufts of Winter Hill, as this Peter is styled, was a farmer and large landholder. . Tufts died in 1832. Of his eleven children, Peter and Joel were the only ones especially identifon, and among the many Peters is designated as Peter, the surveyor. He drew a plan of Charlestown h Somerville. John Tufts, the second son of Peter of Winter Hill, was a scientific farmer and gaes Tufts of Medford, a descendant of the first Peter's second son James. It may be observed in pasUncle Edmund Tufts. The two younger sons of Peter were Asa and Thomas. The former is the ancest shorter periods. Timothy, the third son of Peter of Milk Row, who was born in 1735, received frghboring towns. Samuel Tufts, fourth son of Peter of Milk Row, lived with his father and inherit[10 more...]
seph B., b. merchant, h. Beach. Bruce, Joseph A., b. trader, h. Cherry. Burke, Edward, h. on lane from Porter's to Broadway. Burbank, Lorenzo, teamster, h. Cambridge street. Burroughs, William, teamster, h. Medford turnpike. Burns, Peter, charcoal dealer, h. Joy. Buttrick, Mrs. M. E., widow, h. Mt. Pleasant. Buckingham, Joseph H., U. S. commissioner, h. Beacon. Bucknam, Caleb, mason, h. Milk. Buddrow, Joseph, Somerville Omnibus Agent, Franklin. Cades, W. H., b. apob. provision dealer, h. Elm. Denton, Jonathan, carpenter, h. Church. Denton, William H., h. Church. Devenny, John, teamster, h. Mt. Benedict. Denaho, Patrick, blacksmith, h. Milk. Dickson, Shadrach, carpenter, h. Church. Dingey, Peter, blacksmith, Broadway. Dodge, Charles H., b. trader, h. Prospect. Dodge, Seward, h. Cambridge. Donnell, Samuel T., ship-master, Bow. Dorety, Charles, yeoman, h. Medford. Dow, Lorenzo W., yeoman, h. Broadway. Draper, Martin, Jr.,
; provision dealer, h. Prospect. Page, Philip C., nail-maker, h. Franklin. Palmer, Theodore, laborer, h. Joy farm. Page, David, merchant, h. Tapley place. Patrick, James, laborer. Paul, Temple, carpenter, h. Mt. Vernon. Peduzzi, Peter, h. Joy. Pepper, Edward, laborer, h. near bleachery. Pepper, Patrick, bleachers. Pedrick, William. machinist, h. Broadway. Perkins, Herald, b. hatter, h. Joy. Perkins, Thomas, tollman, Medford turnpike. Phillips, John L., b. cuasks, h. Lime. Mills, James L., cooper, h. Lime. Metcalf, Simeon M., h. near Cambridge. Moore, Hugh, constable and collector, h. Walnut. Moore, Abraham M., yeoman, h. front of Walnut. Mountfort, Nathaniel, cooper, h. Lime. More, Peter, laborer, h. Cambridge. Montague, Robert, laborer, h. Beacon. Morrison, Nathaniel P., yeoman, h. Broadway. Moulton, Ira, carpenter, h. Sycamore. Murphy, Patrick, laborer, h. Garden court. Murray, Richard, h. near asylum. Munroe,
Real Estate of, I.—21. Tufts, Aaron, son of Peter of Winter Hill, II.—22. Tufts, Aaron, son of Peter of Milk Row, II.—26. Tufts, Hon., Aaron, son of Aaron, II.—26. Tufts, Abby, III.—22. on of Nathaniel, I.—23. Tufts, John, son of Peter of Milk Row, II.—21. Tufts, John, son of PePeter of Winter Hill, II.—23. Tufts, John, Jr., son of John and Elizabeth, II.—23. Tufts, Jonatse of. I.—24. Tufts, Captain, Peter, son of Peter, I.—21. Tufts, Peter of Milk Row, son of JoPeter of Milk Row, son of John, I.—22, 24; II.—25, 26. Tufts, Peter of Winter Hill, II.—21, 24, 25. Tufts, Peter, son of Peter of Winter Hill, II.—21, 24, 25. Tufts, Peter, son of Peter and Anne Adams, II.—22. Tufts, Peter, Jr., II.—22. 23. Tufts, Samuel, son of Peter of uel, Jr., II.—22. Tufts, Sarah, daughter of Peter of Milk Row, II.—21. Tufts, Sarah, daughter of Peter of Winter Hill, II.—24, 25. Tufts, Tabitha (Binford), wife of James, II.—24. Tufts,e Adams, II.—22, 24. Tufts, Timothy, son of Peter of Milk Row, II.—25. Tufts, Timothy, Jr., s<