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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18., The Tufts family residences. (search)
our miles along the river. Second. When the heirs of Mr. Cradock gave a deed, 1652, they mentioned houses, barns, and many other buildings, but did not so specify deed of this house given by any other person. By the latter we presume prior to 1652 is meant. The mention of houses, etc., is no proof that the two-story brick houhird. There was no other person who could own it. True, if the house existed in 1652, but so far no proof that it did is given. Fourth. It was on Mr. Cradock's lat it. It would be inevitable if that particular house was surely there prior to 1652, but there is no evidence that it was there then. The assertion by a writer twouch early structure may have been still standing and sold with barns and land in 1652, as above mentioned. The careful observer of ancient buildings, their mode of cassume erection of any house in 1634, and ignore possibility of non-existence in 1652, because the deed did not make these existing structures cognizable. Richard Ru