ea of the habits and customs of the people in Medford when we read the following law, passed July 2e night.
Certain persons were appointed in Medford as watchers of the Indians and wild beasts.
preparations would lead us to infer that our Medford ancestors belonged not only to the church mil
As late as Aug. 4, 1718, the inhabitants of Medford voted £ 10 to buy powder for their defence agty met with decided opposition; and, when our Medford company was organized, the town did not allowl, according to contiguity of place.
They in Medford, who were watchers, were soldiers; and the aner to sustain; and the ambitious young men of Medford joined heartily to make it the banner corps oeared better.
Aug. 21, 1843: The ladies of Medford presented the Phalanx with a beautiful standaFrancis, son of Ebenezer Francis, was born in Medford, Dec. 22, 1743, on Thursday, and baptized on t son of General John Brooks.
He was born in Medford, 1777, on the day of Burgoyne's surrender at