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ontend for error instead of truth, they chose this place, being then under the orthodox and soul-flourishing ministry of Mr. Thomas Shepheard, of whom it may be said, without any wrong to others, the Lord by his ministry hath saved many hundred souls. Coll. Mass. Hist. Soc., XVII. 27, 28. Nov. 20, 1637. For the College, the Governor, Mr. Winthrope, the Deputy, Mr. Dudley, the Treasurer, Mr. Bellingham, Mr. Humfrey, Mr. Herlakenden, Mr. Staughton, Mr. Cotton, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Damport, Mr. Wells, Mr. Sheopard, and Mr. Peters, these or the greater part of them, whereof Mr. Winthrope, Mr. Dudley, or Mr. Bellingham, to be alway one, to take order for a College at Newetowne. Edward Michelson, being appointed marshall of the Court, is appointed to have for any execution 12d. in the pound for the first ten pounds, and 6d. in the pound to 40l., and after, 3d. in the pound to a hundred pounds, and 1d. in the pound for all above 100l., to be paid out of the estate which the execution
Homer. Henry P. Hoppin. Samuel D. Hovey. William G. Howe. Alpheus Hyatt. William H. Jewell. Edward B. P. Kinsley. Leodegar M. Lipp. Roger S. Littlefield. Frederick A. Lull. John W. McGregor. Samuel McKeever. Robert R. Newell. William J. O'Brien. William Plumer. Josiah Porter. Thomas R. Robeson. J. Emery Round. Taylor P. Rundlett. John S. Sawyer. George A. Schmitt. J. Lewis Stackpole. George H. Taylor. Levi P. Thompson. George O. Tyler. Charles C. Wehrun. Henry C. Wells. Thomas R. Wells. Edward E. White. William H. Whitney. John B. Whorf. John Wilder. John C. Willey. Andrew Wilson. John T. Wilson. J. Henry Wyman. Brevet Captain. Benjamin Vaughn. Surgeons. Alfred F. Holt. Anson P. Hooker. Alfred A. Stocker. A. Carter Webber. Assistant Surgeon. Henry O. Marcy. First Lieutenants. John S. Allanson. William B. Allyn. John Bigelow. George W. Booth. William 8. Buck. Isaac H. Bullard. John H. Butler. A. L. Chamberla
ned5 Elijah White6 James Holton4 Thomas Thwing3 Nathaniel Thwing6 Nathaniel Clark2 Jona. Winship, whites12 black, 1. Mr. Cocklin9 Ebenezer Seaver9 Nathaniel Wilton3 Caleb Coolidge3 Ezekiel Comee5 Samuel Champney4 Daniel Dana4 Mr. Wells^ Benjamin Dana6 Josiah Sanderson2 Moses Robbins7 John Stratton6 Jonas White2 Samuel Zeagars, white8 blacks, 2. Stephen Dana4 Jonathan Park5 Silas Robbins5 Benjamin Faneuil, Esq., white4 blacks, 3. John Tudor, white4 black, 1 Thom, Charles. Williams, Amasa. Williams, John. Winthrop, William. Worcester, Joseph E Wyeth, Jacob. Wyeth, Job. Wyeth, Jonas. Wyeth, Jonas, 2d. White, Sewall. Wheelock, L. J. Walker, Edward. Winchester, William Wells, Thomas. Warner, Stephen. Wallace, James. Whitney, Stephen. Woodbury, John. Wyeth, Stephen. Wyman, William. York, Uriah. For nearly two hundred years after its foundation, Cambridge increased very slowly in population and
p. 1724; Dorcas, bap. 22 Aug. 1725, d. young; Mary, bap. 21 Ap. 1728; Dorcas, bap. 20 Aug. 1732; Nathaniel, bap. 1 Dec. 1734; Tabitha, bap. 5 June 1737, d. young; Ebenezer, bap. 29 Ap. 1739; Tabitha, bap. 19 July 1741, perh. m. Samuel Hancock of Wells, 12 Sept. 1774; Thomas, bap. 24 May 1747. Daniel the f. d., and his wife Tabitha was appointed administratrix 20 Ap. 1747. 11. Solomon, s. of Daniel (7), m. Elizabeth Chamberlin 8 May 1723, who d. suddenly 21 Feb. 1736-7, and he m. Abigail, ed 11 Mar. 1777, between w. Deborah and chil. Daniel, Samuel, Hepzibah, and Beulah. 20. Thomas, s. of Thomas (10), grad. H. C. 1726, minister at Arundel 1730, and installed at Charlestown 31 Oct. 1739. He m. Irene, dau. of Rev. Mr. Emery of Wells; she d. 1745, and he m. Rebecca Austin of Chs. 16 Oct. 1746; she d. 1748, and he m. wid. Mary Butman of York, Me., who survived him, and after his death returned to York. His chil. (besides others who d. in infancy), were Irene, b. about 1737,
l Pickens of Lynn 1733, and had Richard, a second Richard, Israel, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Thomas. His wid. Thankful d. 31 July 1777, a. 71. (Stone's Beverly.) 10. Daniel, s. of Daniel (7), m. Tabitha Hancock 4 Sept. 1723, and had Daniel, bap. 19 Ap. 1724; Dorcas, bap. 22 Aug. 1725, d. young; Mary, bap. 21 Ap. 1728; Dorcas, bap. 20 Aug. 1732; Nathaniel, bap. 1 Dec. 1734; Tabitha, bap. 5 June 1737, d. young; Ebenezer, bap. 29 Ap. 1739; Tabitha, bap. 19 July 1741, perh. m. Samuel Hancock of Wells, 12 Sept. 1774; Thomas, bap. 24 May 1747. Daniel the f. d., and his wife Tabitha was appointed administratrix 20 Ap. 1747. 11. Solomon, s. of Daniel (7), m. Elizabeth Chamberlin 8 May 1723, who d. suddenly 21 Feb. 1736-7, and he m. Abigail, wid. of Geo. Macsparran, 1738; his chil. were Elizabeth, b. 4 Nov. 1723; Solomon, b. 7 Jan. 1724-5 Ebenezer, b. 27 Ap. 1729 (Town Rec. 1730, but bap. 4 May 1729); Nathan, b. 27 Sept. 1733; John, b. 25 Sept. 1735; Silence, b. 22 Mar. 1739-40, d. 29 N
. Timothy Tufts 9 May 1784. Daniel the f. was styled yeoman, inherited the homestead (Botanic Garden and adjoining lands, four and a half acres), and d. about 1776. His w. Deborah and s. Daniel were administrators 4 Mar. 1776. The estate was divided 11 Mar. 1777, between w. Deborah and chil. Daniel, Samuel, Hepzibah, and Beulah. 20. Thomas, s. of Thomas (10), grad. H. C. 1726, minister at Arundel 1730, and installed at Charlestown 31 Oct. 1739. He m. Irene, dau. of Rev. Mr. Emery of Wells; she d. 1745, and he m. Rebecca Austin of Chs. 16 Oct. 1746; she d. 1748, and he m. wid. Mary Butman of York, Me., who survived him, and after his death returned to York. His chil. (besides others who d. in infancy), were Irene, b. about 1737, d. here unm. 29 Ap. 1791, a. 54; Mary, m. Dr. James Frost of Camb. 1 Dec. 1768; he d. 22 July 1770, and their only child Mary was b. 3 Feb. and d. 24 Feb. 1771; the wid. subsequently m. Nehemiah Rand of Chs., and when that place was destroyed in Ju
Wakeman, 33. Walton, 219, 31, 305. Ward, 80, 92, 3, 331, 416, 18, 22. Wardell, 346. Ware, 5,194, 231, 311, 12. Warham, 37. Warland, 219, 31, 92, 342. Warner, 11, 21, 32, 6, 9, 233, 326. Warren, 309, 31, 418. Washington, 168, 83, 202, 38, 93, 420,1, 5. Waterhouse, 111. Watson, 58, 75, 143, 63, 70, 7, 9, 225, 30, 92, 317, 75, 94, 411, 18. Wattasacompanum, 391. Webb, 11, 32. Webcowits, 383, 4. Weld, 37, 185. Wellington, 4,143, 208, 2 37, 8. Wells, 36, 168. Wendell, 170. 99, 230. West, 94, 5, 104, 6, 8. Weston, 323. Westwood, 12, 21, 9, 32,174. Wetmore, 199. Whalley, 67, 9, 71. Wheatland, 212. Whipple, 237, 328. Whitcomb, 336. White, 10, 20, 1, 32, 110, 287, 310, 17, 454. Whitefield, 293, 4. Whitehead, 33. Whitman, 329. Whitmore, 59, 75, 121, 3, 269, 363, 4. Whitney, 304, 6. Whittemore, 131, 40, 2, 3, 219, 44, 92, 305, 15, 80, 414, 35, 8. Wigglesworth, 292. Wightman, 335. Wilcoc
binson. Stearns. Stocking. Warland. Williams. Winship. Woods. Wright. Markham, 603. Whitmore. Marrett, 603-5. Amsden. Barstow. Bradish. Crackbone. Dunster. Fayerweather. Fisher. Foster. Hastings. Hayes. Hill. Hovey. Jones. Lawrence. Locke. Longfellow. Longhorn. Martyn. Monis. Parker. Pierce. Rice. Richardson. Ruggles. Sewall. Shepard. Stanhope. Tidd. Vassall. Washington. Wells. Weston. Winsor. Witt. Wyatt. Martin, 605. Frost. Mason, 605-8. Biscoe. Blanchard. Brooks. Brown. Bry. Buckner. Bull. Chamberlin. Cheney. Child. Clark. Coolidge. Cutter. Dane. De Lery. Denison. Dexter. Dudley. Ellson. Estabrook. Fayerweather. Fillebrown. Fiske. Foster. Gardner. Hammond. Harlow. Harrington. Harris. Hodges. Howland. Hovey. Kellam. Learned. Livermore.