wed these in the Medford pulpit was the Rev. Benjamin Woodbridge.
He was the son of the Rev. John Wign Francis and John Francis should inform Mr. Woodbridge that the meeting was adjourned to June theplete settlement or a dismission.
Whether Mr. Woodbridge appeared at this adjourned meeting, to givn ordained minister, and though we invited Mr. Woodbridge to preach the word of God amongst us as abn, that it seems hopeless to us of gaining Mr. Woodbridge to give any competent satisfaction to the d and of none effect the votes relating to Mr. Woodbridge's salary so far as they had reference to afor their assistance.
The Council advised Mr. Woodbridge and the town to become mutually reconciledn accordance with this order of the court, Mr. Woodbridge seems to have taken steps to gather an indion of the matter was reached in 1708, and Mr. Woodbridge continued to live in Medford till his deatreason seems to be that the feud left from Mr. Woodbridge's ministry had not wholly died out. His na[16 more...]