on of the house, being the frame covered with boards named in the deed of Jonathan Bradshaw.
Features of its construction indicate this, and also that the lean — he following from Middlesex Registry of Deeds:—
Mar. 18, 1768.
Jonathan Bradshaw Jr. to Jonathan Patten, a small piece of land with a frame covered with boards, bounded west on Deacon Jonathan Bradshaw and measures thirty feet westerly from said building: east on Woburn road: south on the road to Menotomy: north on the to Jonathan Brooks a lot of land with house and barn, bounded west on Deacon Jonathan Bradshaw, deceased and measuring thirty feet from where Jonathan Bradshaw's fraJonathan Bradshaw's frame stood.
By the above we may picture something of the locality in the latest colonial days, and backward for some years.
The home of the pious deacon at the he filled in with bricks for warmth.
Then Jonathan Patten, who married Jonathan Bradshaw, Jr.'s, sister Susannah in 1762, purchased the little gambrel roof frame cov