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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15., Some errors in Medford's histories. (search)
acres of his land, to Jonathan Wade who lived near the bridge on the south side of the river. [P. 41.] The Jonathan Wade who bought land of Mr. Russell was of Ipswich, and father of Jonathan and Nathaniel Wade of Medford. Neither of the Wades owned land on the south side of the river or lived there. This tract is now the moe location of the Mistick referred to was the present location of the city of Everett. Mr. Wade. . . came over in 1632. [P. 43.] This Mr. Wade settled in Ipswich and was the father of Jonathan and Nathaniel Wade of Medford. The first bounds of lots cannot now be traced. [P. 43.] See Register, Vol. 7, p. 49, for map ken of could not have been the so-called Cradock house. In Book 3, page 397, of the abovesaid records, Richard Russell of Charlestown sells to Jonathan Wade of Ipswich 3/4 part of the land purchased of Edward Collins, with all buildings. Mr. Russell reserved the other one-quarter part adjoining Blanchard's farm, viz.: one-quart