one son, who died when he was three years old. The following record is taken from Brook's History of Medford.
Francis Whitmore m. Anna Peirce, December 7, 1699 and had
Sarah, b. May 4, 1701.
Hannah, b. January 22, 1703, died same year.
Anna, b. May 4, 1707.
Eliot, b. March 13, 1710; d. March 16, 1713.
Rachel, b. April 1, 1712; m. Eben Tufts, February 17, 1731.
Mercy, b. March 1, 1714.
Elizabeth, b. August 6, 1716; m. Thomas Fillebrown, March 30, 1732.
His wife, Anna, dieAnna, died August 6, 1716, and he married, second, Mary——, who died March 29, 1760.
He was a farmer and bought land of Stephen Willis, near his father's place.
His house stood where the brick house on Canal street now is. His father also sold land to him. This land was sold to him for £ 10 current money, in hand, before the signing of the deed, May, 1726.
This land is described as
a certain spot or piece of land, on which his dwelling house standeth, situate in the town of Medford aforesaid, bou