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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., Some old Medford houses and estates. (search)
land sold by the said Collins to Mr. George Blanchard. The above described line is shown upon the map. Mr. Russell sold May 26, 166, to Mr. Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, three-fourths part of all the land he purchased of Mr. Collins, with the buildings thereon, reserving one-fourth part, viz., one-fourth part of the upland and one-fourth part of the meadow lying next to Mr. Blanchard's farm, and farthest from the dwelling house. Jonathan Wade, senior, was of Ipswich in the year 1635, as in that year he was granted lands in that town. One of the parcels granted him was a lot of land of six acres, lying next the meadows, by a Creek, commonly called Labou Is this the origin of the name of Labor in Vain as applied to that bend in Mystic river at the foot of Foster's court? The Wades probably brought the name from Ipswich to Medford. Mr. Wade died at Ispwich in the year 1683 (he never resided in Medford), and his will may be found in the Essex County Probate Records, extracts fr
ican: Resolved, That there be paid out of the treasury of this Commonwealth, out of the rents and profits arising from the estate of the late Isaac Royal, Esq; an absentee, fifteen pounds twelve shillings, per annum, to Belinda, an aged servant of the late Isaac Royal, Esq; an absentee, until the further order of the General Court, for reasons set forth in said Belinda's petition. February 22, 1783. Jonathan and Nathaniel Wade. Jonathan and Nathaniel Wade, sons of Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, were the fathers of town government in Medford. Jonathan was the first recorded town clerk. The first entry in the town records shows that Nathaniel was chosen constable in 1674. The office in those days was one of the most important in the gift of the town. In 1676, both brothers were on the board of selectmen, and held the positions for long terms. On the first county tax list, their names are at the head; the entire amount assessed was £ 1, 13s. 9d., of which amount, Jonathan pa
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., Meeting-house brook and the second Meeting-house. (search)
Sarah (wife)   Katharine Children   Abigail   Sarah   Frances   Ezra   William   Jesse Kemp, AmasaGroton, August 1765Feb. 24, 1766 Kendall, JesseWoburn, Apr. 11, 1754Son of Samuel Kendall.   wife and two child'n Kendall, JosephJan. 30, 1791Laborer. Killerin, AnnaBoston, Aug. 18, 1761May 14, 1762Age 4 yrs. Anna or Ann. Boarder in family of Jacob Hall. Knowland, Patrick1735 Lampson, Lapson. DavidCambridge, Apr. 1, 1765Feb. 24, 1766In family of Samuel Tufts jr. Lampson, MarthaIpswich, Nov. 19, 1761Single woman in family of William Bradshaw. Lawrence, AnnaLexington, May 15, 1764Mar. 1, 1765In family of Aaron Hall. Servant in family of Hugh Lawrence, LydiaWoburnFloyd, and of Dr. Simon Tufts, 1765. Lealand, AmariahSherborn, April, 1758Nov. 27, 1758Taken in by Col. I. Royall.   Ursula (wife)   Abner Children   Jesse   Ebenezer   Ezra   Sibyl   Elizabeth   Cloe   Abigail   Rhoda Learned, ThomasJan. 30, 1791Clock-maker. Leech, H