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decided to sell the old one at auction, and the proprietors of the old school-house, who subscribed to building thereof, were asked to give up their rights to the Precinct. By a memorandum in the Precinct Book we find that on Nov. 12, 1770, Edward Wilson bought the old school-house at public vendue, for which he gave a note of hand to the Precinct treasurer. Mr. Cooke preached the Election Sermon for the year 1770, which was printed, a discourse that must have come home to men's business aDaniel Reed. Lieut.; Ethan Wetherbee, Lieut.; Samuel Locke, Sergt.; William Cutter, Sergt.; Jonathan Davis, ditto; Thomas Cutter, ditto; Abraham Locke, Corporal; John Locke, ditto; Jonathan Perry, ditto; Thomas Cutter, Private, John Winship, Edward Wilson, Abraham Hill, John Hill, Daniel Cutter, John Cutter, Jr., Ephraim Frost, Jr., Samuel Frost, Jr., Aaron Swan, William Hill, Joshua Kendall, William Butterfield, Jonathan Robbins, Samuel Whittemore, 3d, George Swan, Daniel Paine, Amos Warren,
ly, 1757, d. soon; James, b. 26 Apr., bap. 2 May, 1762; William, b. 21 July, bap. 12 Aug. 1764; Converse, bap. 27 July, 1766. Converse Francis was father of Converse, D. D., b. 9 Nov. 1795, Menotomy, H. U. 1815, minister at Watertown and professor Harv. Univ., d. 7 Apr. 1863; also of Mrs. Lydia Maria Child, b. Medford 11 Feb. 1802, the celebrated author. —See Wyman, 374; Drake's Biog. Diet. See Paige, 551; Wyman, 374, and Brooks's Medford, 388-389, 513-14. 4. Lucy, of Medford, m. Edward Wilson of Camb., 23 Nov. 1758. Prob. sister of the following. Thomas, of Charlestown, m. Susanna Hill of Camb., 11 July, 1771. He was major, and brother to Col. Ebenezer Francis, the distinguished Revolutionary officer. See Paige, 551; Wyman, 374. Richard was rated here, 1781. Son perhaps of Nathaniel (1)—see Wyman, 374. French, Jonathan, drowned 8 Sept. 1820, a. 32. Frost, Ephraim, adm. to Pct. ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739; styled Capt.; d. 26 July, 1769, a. 87 (g. s.); his w.<