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1645. Thomas Beale, 1645, 1647, 1651, 1653. Richard Hildreth, 1645. Thomas Danforth, 1645-1669, 1671. John Cooper, 1646, 1648, 1650, 1652, 1654, 1656-1681, 1683, 1685-1690. Robert Holmes,* 1649, 1657, 1662. Roger Bancroft, 1649-1651. John Fessenden, 1650, 1655-1666. John Jackson,* 1650. Richard Robbins,* 1651, 1655. Thomas Fox, 1652, 1658, 1660-1662, 1664-1672, 1674, 1675. William Manning, 1652, 1666-1670, 1672, 1675-1681, 1683. John Hastings,* 1653. Thomas Oakes,* 1653. Samuel Hyde,* 1653. Thomas Prentice,* 1654. Gilbert Crackbone,* 1656, 1663. Philip Cooke.* 1655. Richard Parkes,* 1656. Edward Shepard,* 1656. Robert Parker,* 1656. Thomas Hammond,* 1657, 1677. John Watson, 1657, 1665, 1682, 1684, Nathaniel Sparhawk, 1658, 1677-1680. 1683, 1685, 1686. John Shepard,* 1658. Francis Moore, 1659, 1673-1681, 1683, 1685-1687. Thomas Longhorn,* 1659. Thomas Cheney,* 1659. Thomas Chesholme,* 1660, 1664. John
it:— l.s.d.qr. 7. 10. 55, payd by his unckell Thomas Danforth,5.5.8.2 7. 1. 58-9, payd by his unckell Thomas Danforth,4.9.6.1 ———— Sume is9.15.2.3 had Thomas, b. 21 July 1641, grad. H. C. 1659; Mary, b. 3 Ap. 1643. Thomas the f. resided on the westerly side of Garden Street, near Concord Avenue; was Selectman 1639, 1640, and Savage styles him physician; he returned to England before 1654, when his homestead (the house having been burned) was sold by his agent, Thomas Danforth, to Thomas Oakes. He is described in the deed as Thomas Parish, gent., of Naylond, Suffolk Co., England. It is not impossible that Rev. Samuel Parris, of witch mania memory, who d. 27 Feb. 1720, was of this family. The name is spelled differently, but the sound is similar. In his will, Samuel speaks of his father Thomas as a merchant, living in London 1656, and owning estates in Barbadoes, where he d. 1673. Parker, Robert, butcher, Boston and Roxbury, was admitted a member of Boston Church 1634.
it:— l.s.d.qr. 7. 10. 55, payd by his unckell Thomas Danforth,5.5.8.2 7. 1. 58-9, payd by his unckell Thomas Danforth,4.9.6.1 ———— Sume is9.15.2.3 had Thomas, b. 21 July 1641, grad. H. C. 1659; Mary, b. 3 Ap. 1643. Thomas the f. resided on the westerly side of Garden Street, near Concord Avenue; was Selectman 1639, 1640, and Savage styles him physician; he returned to England before 1654, when his homestead (the house having been burned) was sold by his agent, Thomas Danforth, to Thomas Oakes. He is described in the deed as Thomas Parish, gent., of Naylond, Suffolk Co., England. It is not impossible that Rev. Samuel Parris, of witch mania memory, who d. 27 Feb. 1720, was of this family. The name is spelled differently, but the sound is similar. In his will, Samuel speaks of his father Thomas as a merchant, living in London 1656, and owning estates in Barbadoes, where he d. 1673. Parker, Robert, butcher, Boston and Roxbury, was admitted a member of Boston Church 1634.
by. Already an address to King William had contained the assurance that they had not entered upon the full exercise of the charter government, and was soon answered by the royal assent to the temporary organi- Hutch. i. 347, 348. zation which the council had adopted. But the popu lar party, jealous of the dispositions of Increase Mather, joined with him, in the agency for New England, Sir Henry Ashurst and two of their own adherents, the patriot Elisha Cook, and the honest but less able Thomas Oakes. A revolution in opinion was impending. The reformation had rested truth on the Bible, as the Catholic church had rested it on tradition; and a slavish interpretation of the Bible had led to a blind idolatry of the book. But true religion has no alliance with bondage; and, as the spirit of the reformation, which was but a less perfect form of freedom of mind, was advancing, reason was summoned to interpret the records of the past, and to separate time-hallowed errors from truths of t
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 1., Literal copy of Births, deaths, and Marriages in Medford from earliest records. (search)
Margarat porter daughter of ye reverend mr Aron Porter & Susana his wife born the 18th day of August 171 7/8 Thomas Dill Died January 29 171 7/8 Isaac Son of Isaac Farewell and Elizith His Wife born January 21 17 17/18 Isaac Son Isaac Farewell and Elizith His Wife died January 31 17 17/18 Grace Daughter of Parcivall Hall and Jane his Wife born October 5th 1717 & Died Octor 19 1717/ Ruth Daughter of Samll Polly and Elizebeth His Wife born February 25 17 17/18 Mary Daughter of William and Rebecca Richardson born Aprill 17 /1717 Reuben the Son of Cooffe negro and Phillis His Wife born Febr: 15 1718/ Elizabeth Oakes Wife of Thomas Oakes died February ye 3d 1718/ John Gillegrane Died Febry 3d 1718 Nathan Son of John and Martha Eades born January ye 31 1717/18 Ledia Manser Daughter of Wm Manser & Ledia His Wife died August ye 20 1717 Sarah Daughter of William and Sarah Chubb born 16 Febry 1717/18 For births &c after this date see Another book From 1718.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 2., A business man of long ago. (search)
sesd [ ]pril 17To Cash paid to Lydia Peirce for Sweeping ye£400 [ ]28To Cash pd. to Susanna Willis, for the use of a Room to keep School in, In the year 1732200 [ ] 26To Cash pd. to Saml Brooks————0130 (Gravelly Bridge [ ] 7To Cash pd. to Thomas Oakes, for work done at1490 [ ] 3/4 [ ] 14To Cash pd. to Joseph Tufts, for work and Materialls for Gravelly Bridge———1136 To Cash pd. to Thomas Oakes, for work and Materials for the High Ways———126 [ ]h 4To Cash pd to Solomon Page for keeping ScThomas Oakes, for work and Materials for the High Ways———126 [ ]h 4To Cash pd to Solomon Page for keeping School12100 (Highwayes [] Cash pd. to Stephen Patten for work at ye080 []o Cash pd to Lydia Peirce for Sweeping ye Meeting house400 [ ] Cash pd to Saml Brooks for keeping School1600 [ ]5To Cash pd. to John Willis, for work at ye Highways516 [ ] 26To Cash pd. to Solomon Page for keeping School2200 [ ] oTo Cash pd. to Jona: Watson, for work at ye School house18100 [ ]6To Cash paid to Jacob Polly, for work at ye School house1150 To Cash pd. to Saml Francis for work at y
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., Some old Medford houses and estates. (search)
after her death, October 15, 1715, it came into the possession of her son, Samuel Wade. Mr. Wade sold to Mr. William Richardson, and Mr. Richardson sold to Mr. Thomas Oakes. Ship street was known for many years as the way from Thomas Oakes' to Blanchard's farm. The westerly boundary of Mr. Oakes' farm was at Cross street. PriorThomas Oakes' to Blanchard's farm. The westerly boundary of Mr. Oakes' farm was at Cross street. Prior to the laying out of Cross street, the way from Meadford to Blanchard's led across the Salem street common to the landing, known as Noman's-friend landing, which is on the river at the southerly end of Cross street. In the year 1710 there was a parcel of land sold that included the site of the common, and the seller reserved theMr. Oakes' farm was at Cross street. Prior to the laying out of Cross street, the way from Meadford to Blanchard's led across the Salem street common to the landing, known as Noman's-friend landing, which is on the river at the southerly end of Cross street. In the year 1710 there was a parcel of land sold that included the site of the common, and the seller reserved the liberty of a highway through said land, from the Country road near to a place called Gravelly Bridge, to Widow Mercy Wade's. This house, after passing through the ownership of many different persons, finally came into the possession of Mr. Thatcher Magoun, senior, and Mr. George B. Lapham, Mr. Magoun owning the easterly half and
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