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Charles A. Nelson , A. M., Waltham, past, present and its industries, with an historical sketch of Watertown from its settlement in 1630 to the incorporation of Waltham, January 15, 1739. 46 0 Browse Search
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e present town of that name, but also Waltham, Weston, and parts of Cambridge, Concord, and Lincoln,ey, would correspond to what is now Waltham or Weston, and I think it very likely to have been near ncord, and this was divided between Watertown, Weston, and Waltham. In 1756 Waltham and Weston soldext to the river, 150 acres in the Farm Lands (Weston), and 50 acres in the second Great Dividend, i, a considerable amount of land in Waltham and Weston. In digging for the foundations of the new bably in the southern or southeastern parts of Weston. The Lieu of Township Lots, or lots beyond d Stony Brook. The Farms or Farm Lands, now Weston, included what remained as far as the Sudbury he Farms, October 14, 1638, the territory, now Weston, was distributed. The Westward growth of thers' Precinct, was incorporated as the town of Weston. After the incorporation of Weston the old MidWeston the old Middle Precinct (Waltham) became the Western Precinct. May 13, 1715, twenty years after the erection o[1 more...]
understood to apply to the road through Waltham to Weston, and is nearly as applicable to-day as when writtenas apportioned as follows:—Watertown, £ 72 6s. 8d.; Weston, £ 64 2s. 4d, and Waltham, £ 59 6s. 7d. In 1744, the hills; a way by Mr. Hagar's unknown; Prospect; Weston; Main, the country road; part of South, the way to distance, and portions of Needham, Dedham, Natick, Weston, and other towns. On its western slope is a dense 753 one Prince Jonah, a slave of Abraham Bigelow of Weston, found a leather pocket case with tickets of land l7,345 13s. 0d., levied upon Waltham £ 339 16s. 3d., Weston £ 302 4s. 0d., Watertown £ 374 14s. 4d., Lincoln £ urst, Daniel Warren, Bezaleel Wright, Zechariah Weston, Benjamin Gallop, Micah Bunepo, Josiawenty-five against. The Delegates from Waltham and Weston voted in the affirmative; those from Watertown in t rough board seats, was put up in the north part of Weston. In 1834 they had preaching at Mr. Ropes's schoo
f New England, 21 n. 4. Familists, the, 32. Farmers' Club, 140. Farm lands or Farms, 51. Farmers' Precinct builds a meeting-house, 54; incorporated as Weston, 55. Farnsworth, Oel, 141. Fasting and prayer, days set apart for, 11, 22. Feake, Robert, 26, 30. Federal Constitution, Middlesex Co. delegates vote again examined, 34. Merrimack Manufacturing Co., incorporated, 133. Merry-Mount, Wollaston's rabble at, 38. Methodist preaching, first, 119; meeting-house in, Weston, 119. Methodists buy the meeting-house on the common, 119; remove it to Moody St, 120; erect the present edifice, 120; list of pastors, 120. Milford, Conn.,all, 118; librarian at Harvard College, 119. Wessaguscus shore, 38. Wesson, Capt., Zachary, builder of the Green Tavern, 89. Western fever raging, 36. Weston: originally part of Watertown, 9; gets and sells its portion of lands granted at Wachusett Hill. 20; 52; 100; incorporated, 55; barn in burned by Indians, 62; 79