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Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Thomas Brigham the Puritan—an original settler (search)
re were no less than four distinct Brigham lines, from one of which sprang Thomas. The belief that this was of Yorkshire is strengthened by the fact that Sir Richard Saltonstall, his friend and neighbor in Cambridge, and upon whose suggestion he may have come from England, was of a Yorkshire family. Without detaining you too lo name first appears on the records of Watertown. He then became the proprietor of a fourteen-acre lot, of seven-eighths of the size and adjoining that of Sir Richard Saltonstall. This land was bought of John Dogget & bounded W. by the homestall of Sir Richard Saltohstall, S. by Charles River, & E. by Cambridge former line, being in the heart of Cambridge upper-tendom. The Washington school, descendant of the Faire Grammar Schoole, the first school in Cambridge, is on this land. With Saltonstall, Dudley, Nicholas Danforth, and other chief men for his neighbors and associates, Thomas Brigham lived on his comfortable homestead until 1648. Having been adm