ediction on all that pass beneath.
Mr. Hooper furnishes the 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 heirs of Benjamin Scolly.
(Book 67, page 509.)
By the same description Patten conveyed to Thomas Brooks, Jr. (book 84, page 159), and on May 5, 1791, (book 108, page 195):—
Thomas Brooks Jr. to Jonathan Brooks a lot of land with house and barn, bounded west on Deahe soon after erected below his father's the little house by the side of the road: the frame covered with boards and 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 covered with boards, and built against it the larger s