s now known as Bacon's.
The squa sachem described that boundary as the south end of Mr. Nowell's land.
A witness, in the suit to be mentioned, described the [southern] as the little brook that runneth from Capt. Cook's mill to Mystic pond.
Col. George Cooke had early built a mill a little above the present site of the old Fowle grain mill and was a man of repute.
He returned to England on the breaking out of the Civil War, was made a colonel under Cromwell and was killed in Ireland in 1652.
Administration of his estate in this country was granted to Henry Dunster, first president of Harvard, and Colonel Cooke's older brother Joseph in 1653.
Some three hundred feet or so above the present dam just where a street [Water street] comes down to the west side of the pond [mill pond] are projections reaching out from each side of the pond towards a small island in the center [part of the old dam] and Judge Parmenter pointed this out as the remains of the original dam to Colonel Cook