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aire the chymneys in the new Goal, and what also may be needfull for the reception of and securing of criminals. Until 1720, the Common extended to Linnaean Street, and included also a few acres, lying in a nearly square form, at the northwesterl Susanna Stacey, 1709, 1713-1715. Hannah Stacey, 1712, 1716-1724. Ruth Child, 1713-1715. Samuel Robinson, 1714-1720. John Smith, 1715-1717. James Ingham, 1716-1720. Samuel Smith, 1716-1735. James Cutler, 1718-1735. Thomas T1720. Samuel Smith, 1716-1735. James Cutler, 1718-1735. Thomas Thompson, 1721-1724. Elizabeth Thompson, 1725. Thomas Brown, 1721. William Bond, 1722-1724. Peter Oliver, 1727-1729. Joshua Gamage, 1729-1731. Daniel Champney, Jr., 1730-1733. Thomas Holt, 1730-1731. Thomas Dana, 1731-1735. 13-1735. Nathaniel Hancock, Jr., 1707-1709. Mary Bordman, 1708-1714. John Stedman, 1717-1724. Sarah Fessenden, 1720-1735. Mary Oliver, 1731-1732. Edward Marrett, 1733-1735. Two of these retailers in their old age found it necessa
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 15: ecclesiastical History. (search)
ands in said town, as may be thought most proper to be disposed of for said use. Accordingly, the church farm in Lexington was sold, and so much as was not appropriated for the Parsonage was invested in a permanent fund. The records do not distinctly indicate whether the Parsonage was wholly or only partly rebuilt. But Dr. Holmes, writing in 1800, says, All the ministers, since Mr. Mitchell, have resided at the Parsonage. The front part of the present house, at the Parsonage, was built in 1720. Mass. Hist. Coll., VII. 30. The whole house was taken down in 1843. The congregation seems to have soon increased, demanding additional room; and it was voted, Aug. 1, 1718, that a new upper gallery in our meeting-house over the women, agreeable to the gallery over the men, be erected and built, provided the corporation of Harvard College be at the charge of the same; which the Rev. Mr. President Leverett, on behalf of the College, offered to do; the whole of the gallery on the south s
Speaker in 1700. Jona. Remington, 1714, 1715, 1717, 1718, 1722-1728. Edmund Goffe, 1716, 1720, 1721. Andrew Bordman, 1719, 1720. Spencer Phips, 1721. William Brattle, 1729-1733, 17351720. Spencer Phips, 1721. William Brattle, 1729-1733, 1735, 1736, 1754, 1755, 1770. Samuel Danforth, 1734, 1735, 1737, 1738. John Vassall, 1739, 1740, 1747. Samuel Bowman, 1741. Andrew Bordman [2d], 1742-1751, 1757-1768. Edmund Trowbridge, 175 Jonathan Remington [2d], 1712, 1715-1719. Joseph Bowman, 1712. Moses Bordmnan, 1713-1718, 1720– 1724, 1726, 1727, 1731, 1733-1736. Joseph Coolidge, 1713, 1714, 1730. Daniel Dana, 1715, [2d], 1717. Edmund Goffe, 1717. Nath. Sparhawk, 1717, 1722-1724, 1726. John Dickson, 1717-1720, 1722, 1723. John Bradish, 1719-1721, 1725, 1726, 1729, 1732. Daniel Dana, 1720, 1725. J1720, 1725. John Cutter, 1721, 1724, 1727, 1728, 1736, 1741. Samuel Bowman, 1722-1724, 1727, 1737-1743, 1745, 1746. Ephraim Frost, 1725, 1726, 1730, 1735. Samuel Andrew, 1728. Gershom Davis, 1728, 1729
Margaret, dau. of Rev. Henry Gibbs of Wat. 1719-20, and had Margaret, b. 29 Nov. 1720, m. Rev. Joshly 1718. His w. Mary m. Michael Falshaw before 1720, and prob. d. about 1761, when her dower in Mr 74; his w. Ruth d. 12 June 1776, a. 73. After 1720, Mr. Dickson seems to have resided on the Charlof this estate he sold to Jonathan Remington in 1720, and before 1724 rem. to Windham, Conn., where estone; his w. Mary m. Nathaniel Robbins before 1720, and Samuel Lyon of Roxbury 24 Nov. 1742, after. H. C. 1715, minister at Dunstable from about 1720, m. Mary, dau. of Maj. William Tyng 1724, and hen he removed to Concord, and from thence about 1720 to Littleton, where he was Deacon; he d. not lo, m. Thomas Bent of Sudbury; Susanna, b. 24 Ap. 1720, m. Elijah Bent of Sudbury; Nathan, b. 28 Ap. 1 Simon the f. d. 27 Feb. 1707-8; his w. Mary d. 1720. 14. Ebenezer, s. of Simon (13), settled in 1685, m. William Trowbridge about 1707, and d. 1720. She is supposed by A. H. Ward, Esq., to have [17 more...]
o d. 15 Aug. 1714, a. 55, and was buried at Cambridge. He d. 21 Jan. 1719, leaving children thus named in his will: Ames, Edmund, Samuel, Urian, Ephraim, Oakes, John, Ruth, Eunice, Sarah. Of these, Ames, b. 29 June 1681, grad. H. C. 1701, and d. 1720; Edmund and Samuel resided here; Urian was of Sudbury; Ephraim, a saddler, m. Mrs. Elizabeth Goddard of Wat. 30 April 1717, and d. there 19 Oct. 1724; Oakes, a saddler, m. Abigail Coolidge, 12 Feb. 1703-4, and resided in the village which was so lseveral years, though he was probably never ordained. He d. 23 Aug. 1775, a. 53. Appleton, Nathaniel, s. of Hon. John Appleton, and grandson of President Rogers, was b. at Ipswich, 9 Dec. 1693, m. Margaret, dau. of Rev. Henry Gibbs of Wat. 1719-20, and had Margaret, b. 29 Nov. 1720, m. Rev. Joshua Prentice 9 Jan. 1755; Jose, b. 9 Mar. 1722-3, d. 6 June 1723; Nathaniel, b. 22 Feb. 1724-5, d. 1 Dec. 1726; Elizabeth, b. 16 Dec. 1726, m. Dr. Isaac Rand, 10 Jan. 1754; Mehitabel, b. 6 Dec. 1728, m
rope, devoted himself for a time to commerce, in company with his father, but afterwards abandoned it for public life. He was a member of the Council, 1718, 1719, 1720, 1722, 1723, 1726, 1727; and was elected in 1729, but was negatived by Gov. Burnet. He then visited Europe again, and returned early in August 1730, bringing his -one successive years, from 1700; Town Treasurer, forty-six successive years, from 1701; Selectman, eighteen years, between 1706 and 1732; Representative, 1719 and 1720. He resided through life on the homestead, where he d. 30 May 1747, aged nearly 76; his w. Elizabeth d. 16 Aug. 1760, a. 86 years 6 months. 5. Moses, s. of Aarl Bright of Wat. about 1714, and m. (2d) Richard Clarke; Elizabeth, bap. 13 Nov. 1698, d. unm. 25 Feb. 1748; Abigail, b. 1700, m. Matthew Bridge, Jr., 22 Mar. 1719-20, and d. 15 June 1785; Nathaniel, bap. 31 May, 1702, and d. 26 Dec. 1723, leaving dau. Mary, b. 19 Dec. 1723, and wife Ruth, who m. Oliver Livermore 24 Aug. 1726; an
ry Messinger of Wrentham 5 Jan. 1719-20); James, bap. 19 Mar. 1698-9; John, b. 25 Aug. 1702. Israel the f. inherited the homestead of his father; was appointed Prison Keeper, 1693, and Keeper of the House of Correction, 1699. He prob. d. before 1720, in which year Bridgett Cheever, prob. his wid., m. Daniel Hawes of Wrentham, and soon afterwards the homestead was sold by his sons Daniel of Concord, William of Cambridge, James of Wrentham, and John of Roxbury. 3. William, s. of Israel (2), and Benjamin m. a second Mary, and had Thomas, b. abt. 1709 Joseph; Ebenezer; Ruth, b. abt. 1714, m. Elias Mason 7 Nov. 1740; John, William. Benjamin the f. resided south of the river, and d. 13 July 1718. His w. Mary m. Michael Falshaw before 1720, and prob. d. about 1761, when her dower in Mr. Cheney's estate was distributed. 4. Benjamin, s. of Benjamin (3), m. Elizabeth Parker 3 Jan. 1744-5, and had Benjamin, b. 23 Nov. 1745; Elizabeth, b. 13 Feb. 1747-8. Elizabeth the m. d. 25 Dec.
1765); Jane, bap. 31 Oct. 1736, m.——Teel; Isaac, bap. 26 Mar. 1738, d. young; Hannah, bap. 29 July 1739, d. 13 Jan. 1739-40; Jonas, b. 28 May 1741, d. 5 July 1749. William, the f. d. 15 Jan. 1768, a. 74; his w. Ruth d. 12 June 1776, a. 73. After 1720, Mr. Dickson seems to have resided on the Charlestown part of the estate. 4. John, s. of John (2), m. Mary, dau. of Walter Russell 4 Aug. 1725, and had John, b. 31 Mar. 1726; Walter, b. 18 Mar. 1728-9; Mary, bap. 5 Dec. 1731, m. Patten Russell tive of Roxbury, Assistant, President of New England, Counsellor under Andros, Governor of the Isle of Wight, and member of the British Parliament, Chief Justice of New York, and Governor of Massachusetts and New Hampshire; he d. at Roxbury, 2 Ap. 1720, a. 72; Paul, b. 8 Sept. 1650, m. Mary, dau. of Gov. John Leverett, was a well accomplished merchant, (Sewall) Register of Probate for a short period, and d. 1 Dec. 1681, a. 31. The posterity of Gov. Dudley, in these several branches, is a multit
grad. H. C. 1690, commenced preaching at Camb. Farms in May 1692; was ordained there, 21 Oct. 1696, and d. 22 July 1697, a. 26. By his w. Abigail (dau. of Rev. Samuel Willard), he had Benjamin, b. 13 Dec. 1695, and Richard, b. 5 July 1697. 4. Joseph, s. of Joseph (2), m. Submit, dau. of Joseph Loring, 8 July 1713; she d. 31 Mar. 1718, and he m. Hannah Bowman 26 Mar. 1719. His children were Joseph, b. 27 June, and d. 17 July 1714; Joseph, b. 16 and d. 18 Mar. 1717-18; Joseph, b. 9 Ap. 1720; Hannah, b. 22 Sept. 1725, d. young; Benjamin, b. 9 Oct. 1727, d. 29 Dec. 1728; Hannah, b. 24 Oct. 1728; Benjamin, b. 20 Dec. 1729 (whose son Joseph, b. 4 Mar. 1758, grad. H. C. 1782, was ordained at Athol 21 Nov. 1787, and d. 1830); a daughter, b. 6 Oct. 1731; Solomon, b. 10 June, and d. 1 Oct. 1733; Samuel, b. 16 June 1735; Millicent, b. 25 July 1738; Ebenezer, posthumous, b. 21 Sept. 1740. Joseph the f. succeeded his father in the office of Deacon 1733, and d. 19 Aug. 1740, a. nearly 50.
one of the most prominent men in the settlement at the Farms; precinct clerk, and assessor; the first subscriber for erecting a meeting-house there, and the first named member of the Church. He d. 14 Feb. 1710-11, a. 87. His w. Seaborn d. prob. 1720. 3. David, s. of David (2), by w. Sarah, had David, b. 5 Jan. 1676-7; Jonathan, b. 19 May 1679; Robert, b. 8 May 1681, a physician, d. 18 Ap. 1753; Anna, b. 2 Ap. 1683; Lydia, b. 14 May 1685, m. Joseph Loring; Sarah, b. 16 June 1687; Abigail, b. and maltster; he d. 1698, a. 87. 2. John, s. of John (1), m. Abigail Ballstone (or Boylston) 30 June 1682, and had Sarah, b. 5 Oct. 1683; John, b.2 Sept. 1685, and perhaps others. John the f. prob. m. (2d) Margaret Hicks 14 Oct. 1714, and d. 1720, a. 75. 3. Joseph, s. of John (1), m. Lydia, dau. of Edward Jackson, 13 Feb. 1678-9, and had John. b. 15 Dec. 1680. He had in all five sons and two daughters. One of his sons, Joseph, b. 4 July 1685, m. Lydia, dau. of Abraham Jackson, and had
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