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kers, says Dudley, but the Gouernour, Sir Richard Saltonstall and myselfe and seven other of the Asr as three leagues vpp Charles riuer, Sir Richard Saltonstall, Sir Richard Saltonstall was son oSir Richard Saltonstall was son of Samuel, the son of Gilbert Saltonstall, Esq., of Halifax, Yorkshire. He was the first Associate arm: Vppon the 25 of this March, one Sir Richard Saltonstall, Winthrop says. of Waterton haueing l the first was that excellent knight, Sir Richard Saltonstall, then subscribed this instrument, onvenient speed at the public charge; Sir Richard Saltonstall undertook to provide for Mr. Phillips£ 3, Winnesemet £ 1. At this Court Sir Richard Saltonstall was fyned V £ for whipping 2 feverall1634) till 1657. After the return of Sir Richard Saltonstall to England, there was no magistrate i to this date, after the departure of Sir Richard Saltonstall, when couples wished to be married th established by Rev. George Phillips, Sir Richard Saltonstall, and others. Zzz. was settled as pas[4 more...]
the battle of Lexington. He was the fifth son of Deacon Isaac Stearns, The fourth generation of the same name in direct descent from Isack Sternes of Watertown, who came in 1630 probably in the same vessel with Governor Winthrop and Sir Richard Saltonstall. The inventory of his property taken June 24, 1671, shows him to have been owner of 535 acres of land, a large portion of which was in Waltham. Zzz. who was a Selectman thirteen years, between 1754 and 1772, and Assessor 1744 and 175bits, and particularly gray squirrels, were formerly very plentiful. Wellington's Grove, the scene of many a Fourth of July celebration, and the old Great Pond, with its quartette of modern names, It is to be hoped that its ancient name of Saltonstall may be restored to this beautiful sheet of water, and forever remain a memorial of the leader of the founders of the old plantation on Charles River. See p. 27. n. 1, where the name Hardy's Pond is omitted. are well known features of Trapelo'
Rumford Institute organized, 134; incorporated, 135; name of celebrated lecturers before, 135. Sagadahock, 31. Salem, 2; why so named, 10; first church in Massachusetts organized at, 12; 14, 15, 18; company sent from to Mishawum, 38. Saltonstall: Gilbert; Richard, lord mayor of London; Samuel, 16 n. 1. Saltonstall, Sir, Richard, leader of plantation at Watertown, 16; autograph, 16 n. 1; location of his homestall, 19, 44: first member of the church in Watertown, 22; provides a houseSaltonstall, Sir, Richard, leader of plantation at Watertown, 16; autograph, 16 n. 1; location of his homestall, 19, 44: first member of the church in Watertown, 22; provides a house for Rev. Mr. Phillips, 23; fined for whipping two persons, 23; children of, 23 n. 2; returned to England, 23, 25, 57; 79 n. 1. Sanderson, Abner, 97 n. 2, 103, 104; Isaac, 80; Deacon John, house of, 98; Jonathan, deacon, 72, 97; Nathan, 117. Sawgus, settlement upon the river of 15, 38 n. 2. Sawin, Daniel, occupied Phillips house, 45. Saybrook, Conn., 39. School, a moving, ordered, 71. School-buildings, number of, 139. School-house, first, in Trapelo, 80-1. School-houses, G