tted office in 1778, and at that time received £ 10-6-8, for his extraordinary services and expense as Treasurer.
Ebenezer Brooks, Jr., was a half brother of Governor Brooks.
He died in September, 1775. Deacon Kidder died in 1777.
For years before his day, and almost continuously since, there has been a Deacon Kidder in Medford.rd minute-men, was a brother of Benjamin Hall, the Representative, and Richard Hall, the Town Clerk.
He was in business with the former.
His lieutenant was Caleb Brooks, brickmaker, a half brother of Dr. John Brooks. Ensign Stephen Hall was the eldest son of Stephen Hall, Tertius.
He was born Jan. 3, 1745, and died at Revered the enemy at Boston.
Captain Hall's company was ordered to Dorchester Heights; fifteen men at least were in Capt. Stephen Dana's company at The Lines.
Capt. Caleb Brooks was at Prospect Hill.
A few other men were at Fort No. 3,
March 17, 1776, the enemy, seeing the determined attitude of the Provincials, sailed for Halif