l-house, mill, and all things belonging unto it. Item, a farm in Cambridge, lying by the way to Concord, containing 500 acres. Item, nine acres of broken uplands in Charlestown fields; and the lot ofn acres meadow and upland lying by 'Notomy River, abutting on highway leading from Cambridge to Concord east; west the swamp-ground leading to Fresh Pond Meadow, south Menotomy River, north on said sd, northwest with Mr. Pelham's farm; with allowance for the great road or highway that leads to Concord.
Surveyed by David Fiske, at the appointment of Lieut. Edward Winship, by order of the town, eld, north Mystic River, 1677 (Wyman, p. 6).
It is probable the senior John Adams resided in Concord or Chelmsford previous to his removal to Cambridge.—See Shattuck Hist.
Concord, p. 361, and MiConcord, p. 361, and Midd.
Registry Deeds, i. 192.
In 1665 Capt. Cooke's mill-lane is named in a deed of John Brown, of Marlboroa, to Robert Wilson, conveying his dwellinghouse and barn with six acres of land, J. A
Galleries in meeting-house, 34, 35, 49, 94, 101, 115, 126
Gas Light Company, 155
General School Committee, 140
Gift, of Rebecca Whitmore, 29; toward building first meeting-house, 23
Gould, Lieut., made prisoner, April 19, 1775, 63, 64, 77, 81
Grant by certain inhabitants of Charlestown to President of Harvard College, 8; to West Cambridge, of all lands belonging to the Proprietors of Cambridge, 20; to Widow Rolfe, to make a dam above old mill pond, 12, 14, 16
Great Road to Concord, allowance for highway, 9; Swamp by Menotomy River, allotments near, 9
Guide posts, 143
Hall of Thomas Russell, 111
Hayscales, 117, 140
Hearse, 113, 117, 143
Heath and Warren, Generals, in action of April 19, 1775, 65, 78, 79; comments of former on the battle, 79
Hedge, Rev. Frederic H., ordination and dismissal of, 117-119
High School, 158, 165, 209
Highway to Menotomy before 1636, 6
Hiram Lodge, 166
Hogreeves for Menotomy, 1692, 1695, 9
Horse Railroad, 166