n occupied by Mr. Thomas Shepard.
The westerly part of the house was set off to Mr. Hall, and the easterly part to Mr. Stephen Willis.
（Mr. Willis sold his part of the house in 1683 to Mr. Hall.) This house stood on the north side of the road (HighMr. Willis sold his part of the house in 1683 to Mr. Hall.) This house stood on the north side of the road (High street), and the easterly line of Allston street passes through its location, one-quarter part of the location of the house being within the limits of the street, and the remaining three-quarters in the lot on the easterly side of said street.
Ond, and the present brick house built while the premises were improved by the town as a Poor Farm.
The house of Stephen Willis, senior, stood on the north side of High street, near Warren street.
The house of Nathaniel Hall (son of John Hall, selater years it was known as the Huffmaster House.
Thomas' 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