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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15., Some errors in Medford's histories. (search)
Charlestown wood-lots lay between the two locations. [Register, Vol. 2, p. 53.] Mistick fields.—The name of the land on the south side of Mystic river from Winter Hill to Medford Pond. Mistick fields were on the north side of Mistick river (Malden and Everett). The land between Main street, Medford, and Menotomy river was ever owned the land. Brooks. [P. 9.] Whitmore brook has its source in Bare hill meadow; Marble brook in Turkey swamp; Winter brook in the region south of Winter hill; Two Penny brook (which Mr. Brooks does not mention) has its source south and west of Walnut Tree hill (now College hill); Gravelly creek has its source in the he governor's bark, the Blessing of the Bay, was launched at Mistick. The governor's house, as shown on the map above referred to, was on the easterly slope of Winter hill, near the Medford line, within the present limits of the city of Somerville. May 11, 1649, In answer to a petition of several inhabitants of Mistick-side, th