radock disposed of his large estate, and to trace how it came into the hands of Medford settlers.
Mr. Cradock's widow, Rebecca, married Richard Glover, who, March 1, 1644, rented to Edward Collins one-half of his land in Medford in New England; viz., houses, edifices, buildings, barns, stables, out-houses, lands, tenements, meadows, pastures, findings, woods, highways, profits, commodities, and appurtenances.
Mr. Cradock's widow married her third husband, Rev. Benj. Whitchcot, D. D., in 1652.
Damaris, Mr. Cradock's daughter, married Thomas Andrews, leather-seller, of London.
Samuel, his brother, was clerk of Chapleton, and had three sons.
By instruments, dated June 2 and Sept. 6, 1652, they quit-claim to Mr. Collins all that messuage, farm, or plantation, called Meadford in New England by them owned.
Aug. 20, 1656: Mr. Collins, after residing twelve years on his farm in Medford, sells to Richard Russell of Charlestown, sixteen hundred acres of it, with his mansion-house and