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Katherine Wyers (search for this): chapter 8
es.— Also the said Widow is to have one third of the Rent of the Sawmill The site of the old mill can be seen on land of G. M. Stevens, west of Governor's avenue. and forasmuch as she hath not yet set her out full one third of the Wood she is to have twenty one Cord of wood proportionably out of all the other shares Namely Six Cord of Dudley wades share and three apiece out of all and every of the Rest Vizt. three out of Deborah Duns-ters three out of Prudence Swann's three out of Katherine Wyers three out of Susanna Wades and three Cords out of Elizabeth wades The said Widow Widow to cut it and cart it away when she pleaseth. All these Particulars make her full Thirds of the Said housing and Lands quantity for Quality: with one Third of the Wharffe at the bridge with a way through the middle Cellar to her East Cellar— Secondly Dudley Wade Dudley Wade was the son of Jonathan and Deborah (Dudley) Wade. Born Oct. 18, 1683. the only Surviving Son of the said deceased
Emma F. Gill (search for this): chapter 8
hus with much difficulty we have contrived and divided if his Honr: the Sd. Judge please to confirm it —Memo: It's agreed before signing that the Widows Mrs Prudence swan and Eliza Wade shall have Liberty of ayard at the West End of the Barn where the old pound stood for Yard & Cart ways to the said barn besides the Yards before mentioned &ra William Iohnson James Converse Iohn Greenland Peter Tufts Stephen Ffrancis Allowed of the aforesd Division <*> Ias. Russel Ip. Entred & Examined, <*> Samll. Phipps Regr. E Libo. 9no: Pa. 245, 6, 7,8 Examined <*> ffra: ffoxcroft Jun Regr: Officers of Sarah Bradlee Fulton Chapter, D. A. R. For year Ending April, 1902. Regent.—Miss Helen T. wild; Vice Regent.—Miss Eliza M. Gill; Secretary.—Miss Ida L. Hartshorn; Treasurer.—Miss Jessie M. Dins-more; Chaplain.-Mrs. Sarah E. Fuller; Registrar.—Mrs. Emma W. Goodwin; Historian.—Mrs. Elizabeth A. Chaney. Board of Managers.— Mrs. C. Edith Kidder, Mrs. H. Elizabeth Ayers, Miss Emma
Elizabeth Wade (search for this): chapter 8
he said deceased's housing and lands unto and among his Widow & children according to Law We proceeded to a Division and it is as followeth Eliza: Wade Elizabeth Wade was the second wife of Jonathan. The town records give no date in regard to her marriage or maiden name. the sd. deceeds Widow &ra— Imprs: || The Widows the West corner and so it butts upon Mrs. Dunster's westerly [ ] Wade north—also seven Acres of Plowland on the East fide of the o [ ] corn field adjoyning to Elizabeth Wade's plowland hereinafter mentioned and bounded by the fence elsewhere All these together at £ 152..12..4 allowing her the said Prudence one half that wood lott Willis West and Deborah Dunster East all these parcels together make her portion——— ----------------------------------£ 152 .. 12 .. 4 Seventhly and Lastly Elizabeth Wade hath set out to her part of the Brick house namely the parlour Chamber at Twenty five pounds one half of the mid---dle Cellar 1/4 of the East Garret 1/2
John Willis (search for this): chapter 8
r Katherine Wade married Eleazar Wyer. There is no record of marriage, but the births of children are recorded. hath that house by marble's brook Meeting House brook. at £40ll and about Eighteen Acres of land adjoyning allowing two acres for Highways || and Nine acres and half of woodland more or less the Woodland lyeth at the North corner of the farm bounded by Charlestown [ ] north Thomas Willis West, Susanna Wade East and so with that Eighteen Acres by the house is bounded by Thos. Willis' West Stephen ffrances south Deborah Dunster East Susanna Wade's north || also Eight acres of m [ ] more or less in the lower Marsh among the Jslands Upland in midst of marsh below Foster's court. bounded East by her Uncle Nathaniel Wade west by Susanna Wade south by the River n [ ] by Peter Tufts's upland and the quantity of this Lott is more than some of the Rest because the quality of it is not so good; and the woodlands [ ] are in the bounds thereof belong to her the sd Katherine mak
MajR: Iona: Wade's Real Estate Jonathan Wade was the son of Jonathan Wade, of Charlestown and Ipswich. He married, 1st, Deborah, daughter of Gov. Thomas Dudley. He owned all the land bordering on the river from meeting house brook to a creek which flows into the river at the foot of Linden street, Glenwood. He owned land on the north side of High street, where the brick house is still standing, and in the neighborhood of Forest street. His land extended back into Middlesex Fells. divided. Compiled by Miss Helen T. Wild. Midds: sst. || The Subscribers Vizt: William Johnson James Converse John Greenland Stephen ffrances and Peter Tufts all ffreeholders in Said county being chosen and impowred by the Honble. James Russel Esqr Iudge of Probates &ta: for sd. county to make a division of the housing and Lands of Majr: Jonathan Wade Esqr. late of Medford in Said county dyed Seized of (who dyed Jntestate Novr: 24th. 1689 and the abovesaid Committee being Sworn and impowred by
George H. Russell (search for this): chapter 8
red Acres of pasture land more or less adjoyning to this and so butting upon Majr. Wades land the line runs from the West corner of the Orchard Northerly up to the Sawmill pond on the East fide of sd. pond and so home to Charlestown line Charlestown lay south and north of Medford, The northern boundary of Medford was a line beginning at the foot of the hills, just north of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, near Malden line, extending north-westwardly to the north-easterly corner of Mr. Geo. H. Russell's farm, on the line between Medford and Winchester. This is the boundary referred to as Charlestown line in this document. comprehending within these bounds about twenty acres of woodland with a good Sprinkling of Wood in the aforementioned pastureland and the land of the orchard but only one third of the fruit thereof. Also the said Widow hath her 1/3d of the Marsh Twenty eight Acres more orless Set out to her below Wiggins's corner and ye: place called Labour in Vain Labor in V
Stephen Willis (search for this): chapter 8
Peter Tufts's upland and the quantity of this Lott is more than some of the Rest because the quality of it is not so good; and the woodlands [ ] are in the bounds thereof belong to her the sd Katherine make recompence for more than ordinary ponds that are therein. also she hath tenpounds in the house and land at Charlestown namely one quarter thereof all which together makes One hundd. fifty two pounds 12s 4d-------------------£152..12..4 Sixthly Susanna Wade Susanna Wade married Stephen Willis, Dec. 18, 1698. Died March 12, 1742. hath set out to her eight Acres of Marsh more or less that lyeth between the Widows Thirds and her sister Katherine's part of of Marsh butting upon the river south and upon Peter Tufts's upland North the measure is larger than some of the rest because the quality is not so Good;—also there is one Jsland in the bounds thereof which the said Susanna is to have to make good some loss more than Ordinary in her part by Ponds—also she is to have one quarte
F. E. Foster (search for this): chapter 8
Strait down to the river—and sixteen Acres of Marsh which goes from the West end of the barn vizt: all the Marsh in those two points and down below no-man's friend A landing at the foot of Cross street, sometimes called Wade's landing, near F. E. Foster & Co.'s mill. taking in two Acres of the next point staked out from the upland to a Creek and so to the River but line doth not go over that Creek. Also the Said Dudley is to have that little Pasture called the Burying place allowing only oneh that Eighteen Acres by the house is bounded by Thos. Willis' West Stephen ffrances south Deborah Dunster East Susanna Wade's north || also Eight acres of m [ ] more or less in the lower Marsh among the Jslands Upland in midst of marsh below Foster's court. bounded East by her Uncle Nathaniel Wade west by Susanna Wade south by the River n [ ] by Peter Tufts's upland and the quantity of this Lott is more than some of the Rest because the quality of it is not so good; and the woodlands [ ] ar
Prouts Marsh (search for this): chapter 8
Garden Strait down to the river—and sixteen Acres of Marsh which goes from the West end of the barn vizt: all tnce and Elizabeth Wades pastureland. Eight Acres of Marsh at Wiggins corner bounded by Prudence Swan's MarsMarsh Marsh weft and south and by the river and upland elsewhere @ £38ll. and awoodlott adjoyning to Dudley WadeMarsh weft and south and by the river and upland elsewhere @ £38ll. and awoodlott adjoyning to Dudley Wades Nine Acres and ahalf more or less all which make up her One hundred fifty two pounds 1214d.------------------part of the fruit of the orchard Also eight acres of Marsh next adjoyning to Deborah Dunsters' upstream buttingg upon the River Brook. South and partly upon Prouts Marsh, the Widow's thirds East from the West corner ofd March 12, 1742. hath set out to her eight Acres of Marsh more or less that lyeth between the Widows Thirds and her sister Katherine's part of of Marsh butting upon the river south and upon Peter Tufts's upland North the ouse to lay wood on or the like —also Eight Acres of Marsh more or less next to Dudley Wades butting upon Prude<
G. M. Stevens (search for this): chapter 8
y eight Acres more orless Set out to her below Wiggins's corner and ye: place called Labour in Vain Labor in Vain. See Mr. J. H. Hooper's article in Register, Vol. 3, No. 2. where the river comes up to the upland and bounded by the River and from thence aline staked out to Majr. Nathaniel Wade's one marked tree at the West corner of the Island besides the Stakes.— Also the said Widow is to have one third of the Rent of the Sawmill The site of the old mill can be seen on land of G. M. Stevens, west of Governor's avenue. and forasmuch as she hath not yet set her out full one third of the Wood she is to have twenty one Cord of wood proportionably out of all the other shares Namely Six Cord of Dudley wades share and three apiece out of all and every of the Rest Vizt. three out of Deborah Duns-ters three out of Prudence Swann's three out of Katherine Wyers three out of Susanna Wades and three Cords out of Elizabeth wades The said Widow Widow to cut it and cart it away when
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