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s × Cutler. John Wintor. John Collar. Joseph Miriam. Isack Starnes. David Fiske. Solomon Prentes. Joseph Sill. Samuell Hasting. Richard × Frances. Robart × Brown. Thomas × Brown. John Swan. We, whose names are subscribed, being of the traine band and singell men in the above sayd town, doe also desire to manifest ourselvesBrown. John Swan. We, whose names are subscribed, being of the traine band and singell men in the above sayd town, doe also desire to manifest ourselves to be of the same mynd with our parents, masters, and the aged men and housholders of the place. Thomas Oliver. Jonathan Jackson. John Jackson. Sebeis Jackson. Steven Cooke. Jacob Goble. Joseph × Stevenes. Daniel Champnes. John Steadman. Thomas Gates. Arther × Henbury. Robart × Shepard. Daniell × Prat. Philip Eastman. Ar. The governor, Mr. Bradstreet, was at the head of the moderate party. Randolph in all his letters takes notice of it. . . . . Mr. Stoughton, Mr. Dudley, and William Brown of Salem, these fell in with the Governor. The deputy governor, Mr. Danforth, was at the head of the other party: the principal members of the court with him
herwise we are assured they will endeavor the taking of the fortification by storm, if any opposition be made. To Sir Edmond Andross, Knight. Wait Winthrop. Simon Bradstreet. William Stoughton. Samuel Shrimpton. Bartholomew Gidney. William Brown. Thomas Danforth. John Richards. Elisha Cook. Isaac Addington. John Nelson. Adam Winthrop. Peter Sergeant. John Foster. David Waterhouse. Revolution, etc., p. 20. Unable to resist the force arrayed against him, the Governor obeociates went to the town-house, whence he was sent under guard to the house of Col. John Usher, who had been Treasurer under his administration, but, like Stoughton and other members of his Council, Winthrop, Shrimpton, Gidney (or Gedney), and Brown, had been members of the Council. united with the patriotic party in this revolutionary movement. But this kind of duress did not satisfy the people; and on the following day, at their urgent demand, he was imprisoned in the fort. Some of his a
accordingly printed in the Boston Independent Chronicle, July 27, 1786, as follows:— To the Selectmen of Cambridge. Gentlemen, We, the committees chose by the several towns hereafter mentioned, viz. Groton, Pepperell, Shirley, Townsend, and Ashby, met at Groton the 29th day of June, 1786, to consult upon matters of public grievances; and after appointing a chairman for that day, it was thought best to notify all the towns in this county to meet by their committees, at the house of Capt. Brown, innholder in Concord, on the 23d day of August next, to consult upon matters of public grievances and embarrassments that the people of this Commonwealth labor under, and to find out means of redress, &c. By order of the committee: John Nutting, Chairman. Groton, July 19. 1786. N. B. It is expected that a committee front the Convention that is to set in Worcester County, the 15th of August, will attend. To Capt. John Nutting, Pepperell, &c., &c. Cambridge, 24th July, 1786. Sir, Y
at ten dollars, each, which were immediately taken as follows: Oliver Wendell, three shares; Caleb Gannett, two; John Mellen, two; Josiah Moore, two; Samuel Bartlett, two; Israel Porter, two; Sidney Willard, one; Henry Ware, one; William Hilliard, two; Thomas Warland, one; Artenatus Moore, one; Richard Bordman, two; Eliab W. Metcalf, one; John Farrar, one; John T. Kirkland, two; Levi Hedge, including Joseph McKean's subscription, one; James Read, Jr., two; Joseph S. Read, for himself and William Brown, one; James Munroe, for himself and Torrey Hancock, one; John Warland, for himself and William Warland, one; Samuel Child, one; Samuel Child, Jr., one; Jonas Wyeth, 3d. one; Thomas Austin, one; Joseph Holmes, one; Royal Morse, one; John Walton, for himself and Ebenezer Stedman, Jr., one; Jacob H. Bates, one; William Gamage, one. At their meeting, Jan. 11, 1813, the proprietors established several Regulations, the first three of which were as follows:— 1. No person occupying said mar
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only convenient to its occupants, but ornamental to the city. On the 8th of February, 1819, William Brown and twenty-one others (several of whom resided in Brighton) were incorporated as a religious had nine Deacons, to wit:— Elected. Died. Age. Levi FarwellFeb. 10, 1818May 27, 184460 William Brown Deacons Brown and Coolidge were dismissed to the Church in Old Cambridge, Aug. 16, 1844.FBrown and Coolidge were dismissed to the Church in Old Cambridge, Aug. 16, 1844.Feb. 10, 1818 June 25, 186175 Josiah Coolidge Deacons Brown and Coolidge were dismissed to the Church in Old Cambridge, Aug. 16, 1844.July 30, 1844Sept. 13, 187487 George Cummings Removed to LBrown and Coolidge were dismissed to the Church in Old Cambridge, Aug. 16, 1844.July 30, 1844Sept. 13, 187487 George Cummings Removed to Lancaster in 1850.Aug. 23, 1844 Josiah W. CookAug. 23, 1844 William B. HoveyJan. 29, 1849July 4, 187175 Joseph A. HolmesJan. 29. 1849 Albert VinalFeb. 19, 1850 Joseph GoodnowOct. 13, 1871 firv. Franklin Johnson, D. D., who was installed Dec. 31, 1873. Deacons. Elected.Died.Age. William BrownSept. 2, 1844June 24, 186175 Josiah CoolidgeSept. 2, 1844Sept. 13, 187487 John B. DanaSept.
containing the following names: Capt. [William] Phips, Lieut. [Spencer] Phips, Lieut. Moore, Sergeant Gee, Sam uel Andrew, William Barrett, Jr., John Batherick, W. Brown, Nathaniel Chad ick, Downing Champney, Solomon Champney, John Clark, Abraham Colfrey, Benjamin Crackbone, Robert Crowell, Cutter's Man,——Fillebrown, Simon Goddinradshaw. Christopher Brandon. Robert Bray. Jonathan Bright. Joseph Bright. Abijah Brooks. Abijah Brown. James Brown. Jonathan Brown. William Brown. Alexander Buckingham. John Bucknam. John Bull. Stephen Butterfield. John Capell. Daniel Carmichael. Thaddeus Carter. John Cassell. L. Child, Rufus Roberts; Corporals, Jacob H. Bates, Asa Wyman; Fifer, Nathaniel Munroe; Privates, William Bates, Elijah Bellows, David Bowtell, John Brackett, William Brown, James Child, Nathaniel Colburn, Charles Everett, John Fillebrown, Timothy Flagg, Abraham J. Gould, Henry Greenwood, Sewall Hadley, Isaac Herrick, William Holl
825-1827. Thomas Warland, 1822, 1823. Lusher Gay, 1822. Samuel F. Sawyer, 1823-1825. Deming Jarvis, 1823, 1824. Lincoln Brigham, 1823. John Whitney, 1824, 1825. Isaiah Bangs, 1824-1826. Jabez Fisher, 1825, 1826, 1840. William Brown, 1826-1828. William Fiske, 1827. Ephraim Buttrick, 1827-1831, 1842, 1843. Josiah Mason, Jr., 1828-1831. Atherton H. Stevens, 1828-1831. Edmund T. Hastings, 1828-1830. Eliab W. Metcalf, 1829-1833. James Hayward, 1831, 1832. RSamuel Bowman, 1722-1724, 1727, 1737-1743, 1745, 1746. Ephraim Frost, 1725, 1726, 1730, 1735. Samuel Andrew, 1728. Gershom Davis, 1728, 1729, 1731, 1732. Joseph Adams, 1729, 1731, 1732, 1737, 1738. Andrew Bordman, Jr., 1730. William Brown, 1730. Isaac Watson, 1731. Henry Dunster, 1733, 1734. Samuel Smith, 1733. Benjamin Dana, 1734-1736, 1742. Samuel Sparhawk [2d], 1737-1741. Jonathan Butterfield, 1739, 1740. John Winship, 1742. Samuel Whittemore, Cap
ry in 1647, where he d. 9 Mar. 1673-4, leaving dau. Mary, w. of William Brown, dau. Alice, w. of John Bourne of Marshfield, and numerous gran Abigail S. Thayer 10 June 1832, and (2d) Sarah, dau. of Deac. William Brown and wid. of Dr. John W. Valentine, 1842; she d. here 2 July 186 Nov. 1676; Deborah, b. 6 June 1674, m. Thomas Squire, and (2d) William Brown; Nathaniel, b. 28 Feb. 1677-8; John, b. 21 Nov. 1680; Thomas, bohn; Thomas, b. 25 July 1672, m. Deborah——, who subsequently m. William Brown 11 Nov. 1703; Sarah, b. 23 May 1677, m. John Fessenden; Jonathaong absent, probably supposed to be dead; and his w. Deborah m. William Brown 11 Nov. 1703. His father left him a legacy, if he should return; if he should not return, then a legacy to Deborah w. of William Brown, formerly w. of the testator's son Thomas. 4. Jonathan, s. of Joh, b. prob. 1649, m. Samuel Stow; Margaret, b. 22 Oct. 1653, m. William Brown 11 Jan. 1676; Tabitha, b. 29 May 1655, m. John Rice 2 Nov. 1674
ech, Thomas, sold land in Camb. 1636. About 1636 he purchased of William Lewis a house, which he sold to William Cutter in 1638, on the N. W. corner of Holyoke and Winthrop streets. His name is variously written on the records, Besbeche, Besbeae, and Besbidge, and is supposed to be the same as the present Bisbee or Bisby. He seems to have resided in Scituate, 1634, but soon removed; he was of Duxbury in 1639, and of Sudbury in 1647, where he d. 9 Mar. 1673-4, leaving dau. Mary, w. of William Brown, dau. Alice, w. of John Bourne of Marshfield, and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Betts, John, came to N. E. 1634, aged 40. Coll. Mass. Hist. Soc., XXX. 143. Before 1639, he purchased a house at the S. W. corner of Holyoke and Winthrop streets, which he sold to John Shepard, 6 Dec. 1662. In 1642, besides many other lots of land, he owned about an acre, fronting the Common, which he sold to Harvard College in 1661. Dane Hall stands on the southerly part of this lot.
t. 1815; William Torrey, b. 18 Oct. 1825. Solomon the f. was a saddler, harness maker, and chaise trimmer; he res. on the northwest corner of Pearl and Green streets, where he d. 6 May 1862; his wife Nabby d. 21 Jan. 1851. 11. Samuel, s. of Torrey (9), m. Ann Bird of Dorchester 20 Nov. 1808, and had Royal Bird, b. 23 Sept. 1809, printer, res. in India, and was long under the auspices of the Baptist Missionary Union; he m. Abigail S. Thayer 10 June 1832, and (2d) Sarah, dau. of Deac. William Brown and wid. of Dr. John W. Valentine, 1842; she d. here 2 July 1868; Martha Ward, b. 20 Oct. 1811, d. unm. 11 Oct. 1867; Joanna Bird, b. 24 Ap. 1814, m.——, d. Samuel the f. was a chaise maker, and in later life a pump maker; he res. on the southeast corner of Magazine and Auburn streets, and d. 13 Ap. 1860; his w. Ann d. 2 May 1864. a. 78. 12. Torrey, s. of Torrey (9), m. Olive Orcutt 28 Feb. 1805; she d. 11 Oct. 1809, aged 34, and he m. Isabella Rice of Wayland 5 June 1811, who was bur
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