is to be two Rood & twelue feet wide from the mark on the Barn to Peter Waits South East Corner & as to the way leading to woborn we find it wide enough between mr Thomas —Tufts & mr Peter Secombs & we agree to have ye line Run on the north Side of the way leading to maldin from Peter waits South east Corner a Straight line to tha30, 1791
Henshaw, SamuelCharlestown, Apr., 1754Feb. 26, 1755
Hewes, JohnLynn, Apr. 7, 1766Single man. Husbandman.
Employed by Col. Royall.
ThomasAug. 31, 1797
Hill (male child)See Elias Robinson
Hodge, AnnaWoburn, May, 1758Daughter of George Hodge.
In service to Simon Tufts.
Holden, Anne (?)Jan. 30, 1791
NathanielCharlestown, May i, 1761In family of Samuel Hall.
ThomasCharlestown, May i, 1764In family of Samuel Tufts.
Hollon, Ceasar (negro)Billerica, June 1, 1765Employed by Joseph Tufts.
Holmes, FrancesHolden, Aug. 23, 1754Servant in family of Jos. Skinner.
Boston, July 1, 1756
A Town Meeting, 1847.
as Blanchard of Braintree.
After the death of Mr. Blanchard his estate was divided among his sons, and under date of August 27, 1657, Nathaniel Blanchard, son of Thomas, deeded to his brother Samuel Ten acres of upland, known by the name of the flax grounds, on which the said Samuel is now erecting a dwelling house.
This land waStephen and Thomas Hall received the old house of their father, John Hall, senior, as a part of their share of his estate.
Stephen received the easterly half and Thomas the westerly half.
Stephen built himself a new house just east of the old house.
In later years it was known as the Huffmaster House.
Thomas' new house stood jThomas' new house stood just west of Allston street.
In 1684, Mr. Stephen Willis sold to Mr. John Bradshaw ten acres of land, including what is now known as Rock Hill.
The old house on the corner of Hastings lane and High street was probably built by Mr. Bradshaw prior to the year 1700.
It is a very old house.
In 1685, Mr. John Whitmore sold to Mr
ahWoburn, June 16, 1758Nov. 27, 1758Dau.
of Giles Johnson.
10 yrs. In family of Benj.
Johnson, MaryAug. 31, 1797Widow of Henry Johnson.
Johnson, ThomasBoston, Oct. 27, 1762Boarder in house of Samuel
Jones, JohnConcord, Mar. 26, 1765Feb. 24, 1766Single.
employ of Isaac Royall.
Jones, Jonaof Harvard College.
She had two children, Dorothy and Elizabeth, both of whom died unmarried.
Jonathan Wade died November 24, 1689, and his widow married Col. Nathaniel Thomas of Marshfield, who was judge of the Superior Court about 1714.
He died in 1718; his widow returned to Medford, where she died in 1729.
She is often referred to in old records and deeds as Madam Thomas.
Her brother Jonathan married Jonathan Wade's daughter Deborah.
Nathaniel Wade married Mercy Bradstreet, October 31, 1672, and died November 28, 1707.
His wife survived him seven years. She was the daughter of Gov. Simon and Anne (Dudley) Bradstreet, the poetess, one of the most
burnFloyd, and of Dr. Simon Tufts, 1765.
Lealand, AmariahSherborn, April, 1758Nov. 27, 1758Taken in by Col. I. Royall.
Learned, ThomasJan. 30, 1791Clock-maker.
Also given Reading Precinct. Apr. 25, 1759Feb. 25, 1760In house of Simon Tufts.
Leech, HannahReading, Nov. 29, 1773Single woman in family of Stephen Hall.
Lewes. JohnChHallowell and Hannah Smith (Penrose), was born in Philadelphia, Pa., December 16, 1835.
He was a descendant of John Hallowell, who came to Derby, Pa., from Hucknow, England, about 682, the line being Morris L.6, Charles Tyson5, Caleb4, William3, Thomas2, John1. Mr. Hallowell entered Haverford College in 1849.
He came to Boston as a wool merchant in 1857 and continued until a few years before his death, when he retired from business.
October 10, 1859, he married, in Philadelphia,