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BOSTON 
PUBLIC 
LIBRARY 




FIRST REPORT 



OF THE 



RECORD COMMISSIONERS 



CITY OF BOSTON, 



1876. 



SECOND EDITION, 1881. 




BOSTON : 
ROCKWELL AND CHURCHILL, CITY PRINTERS, 

NO. 39 ARCH STREET. 
1881. 



PREFACE. 



The Common Council of the present year having directed 
the Commissioners to reprint and stereotype their first vol- 
ume of reports, the present issue has been made after a care- 
ful revision of the text and index. 

WILLIAM H. WHITMORE, 
WILLIAM S. APPLETON, 

Record Commissioners. 

CITY HALL, BOSTON, December, 1881. 




CITY OF BOSTON. 



City Document No. 92. 



FIRST REPORT OF THE RECORD COMMISSIONERS. 

To his Honor the Mayor and the City Council of Boston: 

The ordinance * creating the office of the Record Commis- 
sioners defines their duties as follows : "To complete, as far 
as practicable, the record of births, deaths and marriages in 
the town and city of Boston, prior to A.D. 1849." The 
reasons which led to the passage of the ordinance will be 
found in Appendix A, being a portion of the report of a 
Joint Standing Committee of the City Council for 1875. 

A reasonable construction of the duties of the commission- 
ers seems to include therein all such investigations as will 
directly assist in perfecting the record of the vital statistics 
of Boston. How great are the deficiencies in those records 
will be seen by the statements made in Appendix A ; and 
although the readiest mode of supplying the information will 
be to copy the existing church records, the commissioners 

* SECTION 1. In the month of July in the year 1875, or as soon thereafter as may 
be, and every fifth year thereafter, the Mayor shall appoint, subject to the approval 
and confirmation of the City Council, two suitable persons, to be termed Record Com- 
missioners, who shall hold office for the term of five years from the first M onday in May 
in the year of their appointment, and until their successors.shall be appointed and qual- 
ified. They shall have and exercise the powers and duties hereinafter designated, shall 
serve without compensation, and may be removed at any time by the Mayor or by con- 
current vote of two-thirds of both branches of the City Council, and all vacancies 
occurring from any cause shall be filled in the same manner as the original appoint- 
ments are herein directed to be made. 

SECT. 2. It shall be the duty of said commissioners to complete, so far as practicable, 
the record of births, marriages and deaths, in the town and city of Boston, prior to A.D. 
1849, and to receive and collect all documents obtainable therefor. All documents and 
records so collected shall become at once the property of the city of Boston, and be 
deposited in the office of, and be in the charge of, the City Registrar, or such other officer 
as the City Council may direct. 

SECT. 3. The said commissioners shall have no power to enter into any contract or 
agreement in behalf of the city with any person, whereby tlie expenditure of money, or 
any other obligation, shall be incurred, unless expressly authorized so to do by the City 
Council; provided, however, that, unless otherwise ordered, they shall .have the charge 
and control of the expenditure of all moneys expressly appropriated for copying any 
documents or records supplementary to the'town or city records. 

Passed July 6, 1875. 

[July 12, 1875, William H. Whitmore and William S. Appleton were nominated and 
confirmed as Record Commissioners.] 



2 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

desire at this time to report upon certain preliminary inves- 
tigations which they have made. 

Evidently, any trustworthy information as to the names of 
the inhabitants of Boston during the period for which the 
registers are so defective, must be of the greatest value in 
any attempt to supplement those records. If we know the 
heads of families, we shall have a guide to the extent of the 
information yet to be obtained. 

The earliest directory of the inhabitants of the town was 
published in 1789, and contained 1,474 names; the second in 
1796, containing 3,531 names. No earlier list of names is 
known to be in print, except two given in Nathaniel Dear- 
born's "Boston Notions " (1848), and one appended to "John 
Dunton's Letters from New England," published by the Prince 
Society in 1867. 

The various writers who have treated of our local history, 
Pemberton, Snow, Shaw, Dearborn, Drake and Shurtleif, 
have apparently been unable to make any attempt at supply- 
ing the names of the earlier inhabitants, or, indeed, of those 
living here at any date prior to 1789. The very defects 
which have led to the appointment of this commission have 
so disheartened our successive historians that they have all 
failed to write a town history of Boston. As is well known, 
a great proportion of the towns in New England possess fall 
and satisfactory histories, not only of the acts of the commu- 
nities, but of all families therein resident. Of Boston it may 
be said that much has been written about the town, and very 
little about the citizens. 

It is with the greatest pleasure, then, that the commis- 
sioners announce that, very recently, documents have been 
recovered, which will en.ible those interested to gain a very 
satisfactory knowledge of the inhabitants of the town prior 
to A.D. 1700. 

Although the records in charge of the city clerk, outside 
of the books of the town and of the selectmen, are very 
scanty, a number of very valuable papers have been found 
in the custody of the Board of Overseers of the Poor. 
That Board has recently had examined the papers which had 
accidentally come into its possession, and has kindly given 
the Record Commissioners every facility for examining and 
copying the same. 

li* this collection are portions of the tax lists of 1674 and 
1676, and fortunately the missing parts are not parallel. 
There are at the State House tax lists for 1687 and 1688, 
and in the city clerk's office a list of inhabitants made in 
1695. 

Inasmuch as these lists will afford a very satisfactory 



REPORT or RECORD COMMISSIONERS. 3 

account of the heads of families in Boston for one genera- 
tion, and as this information is at present not easily attain- 
able by the public, it has seemed to the commissioners best 
to make this report, and to advise the publication of these 
lists. The field to be covered by their work is so large and 
the results will be so diversified, that it now seems best to 
report whenever any particular subdivision can be completed. 
In the present case it seems evident that the public good 
will best be served by furnishing a sufficient number of 
printed copies of these papers to supply all of our citizens 
who may desire them. Such documents are not easily read 
in the original, and the worn and tattered condition of these 
papers renders it highly undesirable that they should be 
handled often. A printed copy, carefully made, will meet 
the wants of all but special investigators, and will enable 
us to preserve the originals for posterity. 

Should the present proposition be favorably received by 
the city government, the commissioners will feel encouraged 
to pursue other subdivisions of their work, in the belief that 
whatever directly contributes to a knowledge of the past 
history of Boston will be promptly made available by its 
inhabitants. 

The commissioners, therefore, respectfully suggest that 
this report and the accompanying papers be printed for 
distribution. 

W. H. WHITMORE, 
W. S. APPLETON, 

Record Commissioners . 



CITY OF BOSTON. 



IN BOARD OF ALDERMEN, Sept. 25, 1876. 

Ordered, That the Record Commissioners be authorized 
to print and distribute fifteen hundred copies of their report, 
with the accompanying papers, at an expense not exceeding six 
hundred and fifty dollars, to be charged to the appropriation 
for Printing. 

Read twice and passed : sent down for concurrence. 
Sept. 28 ; came up : concurred. Approved by the Mayor, 
Sept. 29, 1876. 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



APPENDIX A. 

The following extracts from a report of the Joint Committee on 
the Public Library (City Document No. 46 of A.D. 1875) contain 
some special information in regard to the deficiencies in the city 
records, and are. therefore, worthy of reproduction. The commit- 
tee reported in favor of establishing the Board of Record Commis- 
sioners, and, as this advice was accepted, the argumentative por- 
tions are omitted. 

The report states as follows : 

"It appears by the statement of N. A. Apollonio, the City 
Registrar, hereto annexed, that the records of births, deaths and 
marriages in the City of Boston are now kept systematically and 
have been since the year 1849. This, however, is but a brief part 
of the period since the settlement of the town, and your commit- 
tee is obliged to report great and deplorable deficiencies in the 
earlier records. 

" To explain the extent of these deficiencies the following state- 
ments are copied from Shattuck's Report on the census of 1845, 
pp. 5, 130, showing the population of the town : 



A.D. 1680, 


population 


was 


4.500 


1690, 


tt 


u 


7,000 


1700, 


tt 


kC 


6,700 


1710, 


(( 


1C 


9,000 


1715-1724, 


population 


averaged 


11,000 


1725-1734, 


tt 


(4 


13,000 


1735-1744, 





tt 


17,000 


1745-1754, 


u 


tc 


15,731 


1755-1764, 


u 


t< 


15,631 


1767-1774, 


it 


It 


15,520 




(4 


tt 




1811-1820, 


C( 


u 


38,274 


1821-1830, 


i< 


tt 


58,281 


1831-1840, 


it 


tt 


78,603 


1841-1845, 


it 


tt 


102,620 



" It may be assumed that the animal number of births is about 3 
in every 100 inhabitants, and the deaths about the same. Let us 
examine the number of probable births in Boston during certain 
periods : 

tk 1st. From 1630 to 1700, the probable average population was 
3.000, giving 90 births per annum, and in 70 years 6,300 births. 
Our record has about 1,850 births. 

" 2d. From 1700 to 1744, average population, 13,000, births, 
390 per annum,* or for 44 years, 17,160 births. Our record has 
20,000 for the whole period, and is therefore reasonably full. 

* Shattuck's table shows in ten years, 1735-1744, there were 5,7"D baptisms. 



APPENDIX. 5 

" 3d. From 1744 to 1807, average population, 20,000 ; births, 
600 per annum ; for 63 years.* 37,800 births. Our record has 
about 5,000 names, or not one seventh. 

" 4th. From 1807 to 1849, average population, 70,000 ; births, 
2,100 per annum ; for 42 years, 88,200 births. Our meagre 
record is for 3,500 births. 

" We see then that for about a century, viz., from J744 to 1849, 
the births must have amounted to at least 125,000, and our records 
preserve the names of but 8,500, or less than seven per cent. 

u As to deaths, the record is even worse. Out of at least 60,000 
deaths which have occurred in Boston between 1630 and 1810, we 
have a record of some 4,700 only. In fact, these statistics are 
almost entirely wanting. Yet at the same time we are able to fix 
with considerable accuracy the number of deaths, since a weekly 
table was published for many years in the newspapers. A copy is 
given in Shattuck's Report, Appendix, p. 71, showing that from 
1704 to 1774 there were 35,673 deaths. | Add 35 years (1775- 
1810), at 500 per annum, 17,500, and at least 10,000 for the 60 
3*ears previous to 1700, and the total is 60,000 deaths. 

"As to the marriages, in any particular period, the number is 
rather less than half the number of births. It seems, therefore, 
that from 1630 to 1807 there were undoubtedly some 25,000 to 
30,000 marriages. Our volumes contain about 20,000 ; and this 
part of the record is the best of all. 

" We are forced to report, therefore, that in regard to the records 
of the city proper, between the years 1630 and 1849, not more 
than 7 per cent, of the births are preserved, about the same per- 
centage of the deaths, and probably about two-thirds of the mar- 
riages. We also see that in regard to the births the deficiencies 
occur mainly in the century from 1744 to 1849, and that, owing to 
the increase in population, the greatest number of the unrecorded 
deaths occurred during the eighteenth century. 

4 'To any one familiar with the records of the towns in Massa- 
chusetts, and aware of the care and completeness with which 
records have generally been kept, this report on our Boston 
records will be a disappointment. It is impossible now to learn 
when or where the deficiencies in these records were caused. The 
successive town clerks may have neglected their duties, or the 
records may have been destroyed, or a part at least may yet be 
recoverable. 

"It is evidently the dut} r of the city, now that these deficien- 
cies have been pointed out, to take immediate measures to fill the 
blanks by all the secondary evidence that can be obtained. Your 
committee, therefore, desire to point out the sources from which 
much important information can be at once procured. 

"The church records of baptisms, burials and marriages are 
numerous and copious. Although their records relate mainly to 
church members, with their families, this class during the last two 
centuries embraced by far the greater part of our citizens. Prior 

* Also he shows in thirty years, 1745-1774, there were 12,284 baptisms, 
t See tables later in this Appendix. 



6 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



to 1700, at least seven churches were established here, and three 
or four times as many have been founded since. 

" The custom of infant baptism enables us to obtain the births, 
therefore, of a great number of children, with an accurac}' of date 
sufficient for all purposes. In fact it is to be remembered that in 
England nothing but baptisms are recorded, and the S3 r stem of 
town records of births, like the system of registering deeds, was 
practically employed in New England as a new plan. 

" But inasmuch as the records of the thirty oldest churches of 
the cit3 T , are in private hands, and not generallj- accessible, and as, 

[* The following list of Boston churches, which omits a few churches discontinued, may 
be of service in this connection. It is copied from a book entitled "Boston and 
its Vicinity," published in 1851.] 



TWENTY CHURCHES, 1630-1804. 



1. First Church, 

2. Second " 

3. Friends, 

4. First Baptist, 

5. Old South, 

6. Stone Chapel, 

7. Brattle Street, 

8. New North, 

9. New South, 
10. Christ Church, 



founded in 1630. 


11. Federal Street, founded in 1727. 


" 1650. 


12. Hollis Street, 


1732. 


" 1664. 
" 1665. 


13. Trinity, 
14. West Church, 


' 1734. 
' 1737. 


1669. 


15. Second Baptist, 


' 1743. 


" 1686. 


16. First Universalist, 


1785. 


" 1699. 


17. Ch. of the IIolv Cross, 


1788. 


1714. 


18. Chapel of ditto', 


' 1788. 


" 1719. 


19. First Methodist. 


' 1792. 


" 1722. 


20. First Christian, " 1804. 



LATER CHUHCHES. 



21. 

22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
49. 
50. 
51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 
66. 
57. 



African Baptist, 

Second Methodist, 

Third Baptist, 

Park Street, 

St. Matthe\y's (E.), 

Second Universalist, 

New Jerusalem, 

African Methodist, 

Hawes Place, 

Essex Street, 

St. Augustine (C.), 

St. Paul (E.), 

Bulfinch Street, 

Phillips 

Twelfth Congregational, 

Bowdoin Street, 

Thirteenth Cong'l, 

Pitts-street Chapel, 

Salem Street, 

Pine Street, 

South Congregational, 

Howe-street Baptist, 

Bethel, 

Mariners' Church, 

St. Stephen's Chap. (E.), 

Grace (E.), 

Fourth Universalist, 

South Baptist, 

Third Methodist, 

Warren-street Chapel, 

Fifth Universalist, 

Central, 

St. Mary's (C.) 

St. Patrick's (C.) 

Maverick, 

Zion, 

Fourth Methodist, 



founded in 1805. 


58. 


1806. 


59. 


" 1807. 


60. 


" 1809. 


61. 




1816. 


62. 





1 1816. 


63. 




1 1818. 


64. 




1818. 


65. 




' 1819. 


66. 




' 1819. 


67. 




1819. 


68. 




1820. 


69. 




1 1822. 


70. 




< 1823. 


71. 


onal, 


1 1825. 


72. 




1825. 


73. 




1 1825. 


74. 




1 1826. 


75. 




1827. 


76. 




1827. 


77. 


lal, 1827. 


78. 


1827. 


79. 


" 1828. 


80. 


' 1828. 


81. 


(E.), ' 1829. 


82. 


1829. 


83. 


1830. 


84. 


1831. 


85. 


< 1834. 


86. 


>el, ' 1835. 


87. 


" 1835. 


88. 


' 1835. 


89. 


1836. 


90. 


1837. 


91. 


1837. 


92. 


1838. 


93. 


< 1839. 





Harvard Street, founded in 1839. 

Tremont Street, ' 1839. 

Suffolk-street Chapel, ' 1839. 

German Evangelical, ' 1839. 

Bowdoin Square, ' 1840. 

Fifth Methodist, ' 1840. 

Sixth Methodist, ' 1840. 

Sixth Universalist, ' 1840. 

German. ' 1840. 

Mount Vernon, 1842. 

Second Adventist Ch., ' 1842. 

Ch. of the Messiah (E.), 1843. 

Freewill Baptist, ' 1843. 

Winthrop, ' 1844. 

St. Peter & St. Paul (C.) , ' 1844. 

St. John's (C.), ' 1844. 

Advent (E.), ' 1844. 

Holy Trinity (C.), ' 1844. 

St. Nicholas (C.), ' 1844. 

Svnagogue, 1844. 

Twenty-Eighth Cong'l, ' 1845. 

Ch. of the Saviour (U.), " 1845. 

Union Baptist, " 1845. 

Second Hawes, " 1845. 

Payson, " 1845. 

Baptist Bethel, 1845. 

South Univeralist, " 1845. 

Seamen's Chapel, 1845. 

Indiana Street ' 1845. 

Shawmut Church, 1845. 

Pilgrim Congregational, ' 1846. 

Wesleyan Methodist, ' 1846. 

East Boston, ' 1846. 

Eighth Methodist, ' 1846. 

First Presbyterian, 1816. 

St. John's (E.), " 1846. 



APPENDIX . 7 

moreover, the}' are always subject to destruction by fire or other 
accident, it is most desirable that carefully authenticated copies 
should be deposited with our other records, in the custody of the 
City Registrar. 

"Again, as regards deaths, the tombstones of the three old 
graveyards in the city give much information, and that of the 
highest authenticity. Copies of these inscriptions have been 
printed, but a full and complete revision should be made, and the 
results placed in our city archives. 

" As to marriages, the church records will supply much, and the 
newspapers of the day will add much more, as they will also to 
the record of deaths. 

u Other sources of information, as deeds, family records, printed 
directories, etc., can also be depended upon as certain to be capa- 
ble of giving valuable results. 

" It seems, therefore, that not only are the deficiencies evident, 
but the menus of supplying our wants are at hand, though in daily 
danger of destruction. 

u The work calls for no large outlay, but it does require a contin- 
ued and patient labor until all possible sources of information 
have been exhausted, and the results have been transferred to our 
Registry. 

" Of the necessity of the work there can be no doubt. Every 
community recognizes the importance of preserving its records, 
and this city now properly expends a large sum annually for this 
object. It is of equal importance to collect the records of the 
past citizens of this^city, and by prompt action a very satisfactory 
record can now be perfected. 

u Your committee has examined chiefly the records of the city 
proper ; but any plan of collecting missing records will equally em- 
brace the archives of Charlestown, Dorchester, Roxbury, We^t 
Roxbury and Brighton, now included in our limits." 

The following documents were appended to the report : 

CITY REGISTRAR'S OFFICE, March 17, 1875. 
W. II. WHITMORE, ESQ. : 

DEAR SIR, In compliance with your request, I have the pleas- 
ure of furnishing } T OII with a statement concerning the records be- 
longing to this office, specifying the number of volumes they 
embrace, and the periods which they cover, together with their gen- 
eral condition. 

As you are already aware, this office contains full and complete 
records of the births, marriages and deaths, from the year 1849 to 
the present time. The births during this period are comprised in 
twelve large volumes, containing, perhaps, an average of 15,000 
names in each volume. For this same period there are fifteen vol- 
umes of marriage records, containing, probabty, not far from 
100,000 mnrriages. The records of deaths are contained in six- 
teen large volumes, embracing the period between 1810 and 1875. 
These records are full and complete. There are no records of 
deaths between 1800 and 1810. Whether none were kept during 



8 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

that period, or whether the}' have been lost, it is impossible to 
determine. 



In addition to the above there are, 

1. A volume of births, marriages and deaths, embracing the 
period between 1630 and 1666. This volume was transcribed on 
parchment, bv order of the City Council, in 1856. 

2. A volume containing over 20,000 births, during the period 
between 1630 and 1744. This volume has been transcribed within 
two years, and is believed to be full and complete. 

3. A volume of 107 pages, containing births from 1744 to 1807. 
This record is not a complete one, and contains probably not more 
than 5,000 names. 

4. A volume of about 70 pages, containing about 3,500 births, 
between 1800 and 1849. All the entries of this volume were made 
subsequent to 1849. The records during this period are exceed- 
ingly meagre, and make no pretentions to completeness. 

In addition to the Marriage Records, before mentioned, are, 

1. A volume of 107 pages (lettered "A"), embracing the 
period from 1651 to 1662, and from 1689 to 17*20, and containing 
about 4,300 marriages. Evidently not complete. 

2. A volume of 141 pages (lettered "B"), containing about 
the same number of marriages as the preceding volume. The 
period embraced in this book is between 1720 and 1752. 

3. A volume of 113 pages (lettered "C"), containing about 
3,500 marriages, between 1750 and 1790. 

4. A volume of 221 pases (lettered "D"), containing about 
6,000 marriages. The period covered is between 1761 and 1807. 
There is no record of marriages between the years 1752 and 
1761. 

5. A volume of over 500 pages (lettered U E"), containing 
about 8,000 marriages. The period embraced in this book is be- 
tween 1807 and 1830. The record is believed to be reasonably 
complete. 

6. A volume of about 450 pages (lettered "F"), containing 
in the neighborhood of 9,000 marriages, embraces the period be- 
tween 1830 and 1840. This record is also a complete one. 

7. A volume of about 320 pages (lettered ' k G"), containing 
about the same number of marriages as the preceding volume. It 
covers the period between 1840 and 1849. 

In addition to the Records of Deaths, before mentioned, there 
are, 

1. A small volume of 39 pages, containing about 1,700 deaths. 
This record is a transcript of the deaths contained in the volume 
copied on parchment, before mentioned. 

2. A volume of 79 pages, containing about 3,000 deaths, from 
1700 to 1800. This record is manifestly very imperfect. 

It is perhaps proper to say, that in addition to the above there 
is one volume containing marriages, in other towns of the State, of 



APPENDIX. 9 

parties residing in Boston. The marriages were prior to 1800, and 
were recorded in compliance with an Act of the Legislature in 1857 
or 1858. The number of marriages recorded in this volume is 
about 1,000. 

There are also about 60 volumes of Intentions of Marriage, 
reaching from 1707 to 1875. These are full and complete. 

The Roxbury Records, to the period of annexation (1868), are 
comprised in nine volumes, viz. : 

Vol. 1. This book contains births, marriages and deaths, from 
1630 to 1785. It is much worn and defaced, and some progress 
has been made towards having it transcribed. 

Vol. 2 contains births from 1785 to 1844, and deaths from 1796 
to 1844. 

Vol. 3 covers the period between 1842 and 1849, and contains 
about 2,500 births, 600 marriages, and 1,500 deaths. 

Vol. 4. Births from 1850 to 1864. 

Vol. 5. kt " 1864 to 1868. 

Vol. 4 

Vol. 

Vol. 8. Deaths from 1850 to 1868. 

Vol. 9. Out-of-town marriages. 



- Marriages from 1850 to 1868. 



The Records of Dorchester to the year of annexation (1870) are 

contained in 8 volumes, viz. : 

Vol. 1. 113 pp. Births, Marriages and deaths, from 1531 to 
1683. 

Vol. 2. 206 pp. Births, Marriages and deaths, from 1684 to 
1744. 

Vol. 3. 646 pp. Births, marriages and deaths, from 1745 to 
1825. 

Vol. 4. 300 pp. Births, marriages and deaths, from 1825 to 
1844. 

Vol. 5. 130 pp. Births, marriages and deaths, from 1844 to 
1849. 

Vol. 6. Births, from 1850 to 1869. 

Vol. 7. Marriages, from 1850 to 1869. 

Vol. 8. Deaths, " " 

I have omitted, in the above enumeration, the indices belonging 
to those records which are not alphabetically arranged. These 
indices are very numerous, and are methodically kept. 
Hoping the foregoing statement will meet 3-0111* wishes, 
I am, very respectfully, 

N. A. APOLLONIO. 



WM. H. WHITMORE, ESQ. : 

DEAR SIR, In compliance with 3 T our wishes, I would state, that 
Messrs. Sampson & Davenport have been employed since the crea- 



10 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

tion of the Registration Law, in 1839, to procure the returns of 
births in Boston. For this purpose they use a corps of canvassers, 
who commence their work on the first da}* of January each year, 
and finish it on or before the first da}' of February ensuing. A 
transcript is made of these returns on the city records, and the 
originals forwarded to the Secretary of the Commonwealth, in 
accordance with the law. 

Jn collecting the births, town clerks and registrars are subject 
to the instructions of the Secretary of State, by whom they are 
directed to enter the name of every child they find born during the 
year, irrespective of the real place of its birth. After the returns 
arc made from all the towns, the Secretary causes the foreign 
births to be eliminated from each, and assigned to their proper 
places. These returns, with those of marriages and deaths, which 
are forwarded in like manner, furnish the materials for the yearly 
State Registration Reports, issued by the State Department. 

I desire further to say that, after twenty-one years' observation 
of this method of making up the records, and no little reflection on 
the subject, I am persuaded that there is little or no room for 
improvement in this direction. 

N. A. APOLLONIO. 



APPENDIX. 



11 



Statement of the Deaths, Baptisms, and Marriages, in 
Boston, from 1704 to 1774. 

[From Shattuck's Census of Boston, 1846.] 







Deaths. 


















Baptisms. 


Intentions of 


Marriages 


Years. 










Marriage. 


recorded. 




White. 


Colored. 


Total. 








704 


203 


17 


220 








705 


238 


44 


2S2 








706 


216 


45 


261 








707 


225 


38 


263 








708 


245 


46 


291 




162 




709 


295 


82 


377 




183 




710 


248 


47 


295 




166 




711 


305 


58 


363 




139 




712 


270 


46 


316 




222 




713 


380 


100 


480 




208 




1714 


340 


73 


413 




230 




Total, 


2,965 


596 


3,561 




1,310 




1715 


281 


55 


336 




209 




1716 


284 


71 


355 




203 




1717 


371 


80 


451 




177 




1718 


334 


46 


380 


No 


208 




1719 


253 


51 


304 


return 


186 




1720 


261 


68 


329 


in these 


176 




1721 


968 


134 


1,102 


years. 


163 


135 


1722 


240 


33 


273 




246 


209 


1723 


342 


71 


413 




255 


191 


1724 


360 


47 


407 




229 


200 


Total, 


3,694 


656 


4,350 




2,052 


735 


1725 


268 


56 


324 




228 


176 


1726 


290 


53 


343 




229 


202 


1727 


373 


106 


479 




243 


155 


1728 


385 


113 


498 




255 


185 


1729 


471 


99 


570 




253 


161 


1730 


749 


160 


909 




255 


175 


1731 


318 


90 


408 


563 


252 


170 


1732 


400 


99 


499 


526 


230 


163 


1733 


374 


84 


458 


526 


205 


118 


1734 


440 


88 


528 


536 


198 


150 


Total, 


4,068 


948 


5,0t6 


2,151 


2,348 


1,655 



12 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 





Deaths. 








Tears. 




Baptisms. 


Intentions of 
Marriage. 


Marriages 
recorded. 










White. 


Colored. 


Total. 








1735 


370 


85 


455 


579 


234 


139 


1736 


532 


85 


617 


514 


283 


159 


1737 


516 


91 


607 


579 


242 


142 


1738 


476 


100 


576 


530 


254 


150 


1739 


468 


86 


554 


479 


271 


138 


1740 


568 


136 


704 


591 


264 


132 


1741 


455 


100 


555 


680 


238 


80 


1742 


445 


72 


517 


716 


283 


110 


1743 


536 


84 


620 


585 


255 


114 


1744 


425 


72 


497 


566 


269 


96 


Total, 


4,791 


911 


5,702 


5,779 


2,593 


1,260 


1745 
1746 


706 
479 


74 
99 


780 
578 


573 

480 


185 
332 


76 
101 


1747 


710 


67 


777 


492 


289 


132 


1748 


626 


114 


740 


504 


243 


92 ' 


1649 


581 


96 


677 


493 


255 


92 


1750 


507 


97 


604 


533 


238 


66 


17ol 


548 


76 


624 


488 


246 


50 


1752 


893 


116 


1,001) 


357 


215 


2 


1753 


418 


63 


481 


376 


260 


1 


1754 


380 


54 


434 


439 


242 





Total, 


5,848 


856 


6,704 


4,735 


2,505 


612 


1755 
1756 


419 
461 


65 
65 


484 
526 


442 
441 


245 

265 


1 


1757 


361 


73 


434 


415 


279 


2 


1758 


467 


57 


524 


423 


182 


. 


1759 


5G5 


64 


629 


376 


216 


2 


1760 


508 


68 


576 


417 


262 


4 


1761 


448 


83 


531 


412 


241 


57 


1762 


390 


83 


473 


418 


227 


68 


1763 


344 


63 


407 


418 


264 


58 


1764 


471 


77 


548 


367 


207 


45 


Total, 


4,434 


690 


5,132 


4,129 


2,388 


237 


1765 
1766 


508 
400 


52 
45 


560 
445 


479 
424 


250 
210 


65 
73 


1767 


403 


65 


468 


439 


221 


63 


1768 


369 


48 


417 


414 


295 


117 


1769 


579 


66 


645 


440 


231 


87 


1770 


404 


79 


483 


445 


187 


63 


1771 


423 


59 


482 


399 


207 


90 


1772 


458 


59 


517 


373 


237 


86 


1773 


533 


62 


595 


486 


251 


53 


1774 


546 


50 


596 


521 


221 


61 


Total, 


4,623 


585 


5,208 


4,420 


2,310 


758 



APPENDIX. 



13 



Statements of the Births, Deaths and Marriages for thirty-five years, from 
1811 to 1845, inclusive. 



Years. 


Population. 


Births 
re- 


Inten- 
tions of 
Mar- 
riage 


Mar- 
riages 
re- 


Deaths. 


Proportion to 
Population. 
















corded. 


en- 


corded. 




"EV* 














tered. 




Males. 


re- 
males. 


Total. 


One in 


In 100. 


1811 


34,255 


108 


448 


188 


373 


375 


748 


45 


2.18 


LSI 2 


35,260 


93 


451 


204 


286 


547 


633 


55 


1.85 


1813 


36,264 


85 


481 


230 


416 


334 


750 


48 


2.06 


1814 


37,269 


98 


428 


306 


367 


328 


695 


53 


1.8G 


1815 


38,274 


79 


543 


356 


407 


433 


830 


46 


2.16 


1816 


39,275 


78 


603 


435 


540 


433 


873 


45 


2.22 


1817 


40,284 


103 


689 


415 


453 


422 


875 


46 


2.17 


1818 


41,288 


85 


619 


452 


486 


439 


927 


44 


2.23 


1819 


42,293 


77 


612 


418 


423 


366 


789 


53 


1.86 


1820 


43,298 


90 


698 


481 


505 


509 


1,014 


42 


2.31 


Mean, 




8.96 


557.2 


348.5 


415.6 


397.6 


813.2 


47 


2.09 


1821 


46,295 


84 


735 


505 


678 


643 


1,321 


35 


2.85 


1822 


49,291 


80 


801 


623 


570 


518 


1,088 


45 


220 


1823 


52,288 


91 


939 


689 


531 


514 


1,045 


50 


1.99 


1824 


55,284 


72 


979 


585 


623 


585 


1,208 


45 


2.18 


1825 


58,281 


62 


1,01 


710 


692 


670 


1,362 


42 


233 


1826 


58,903 


63 


1,065 


747 


623 


544 


1,167 


50 


1.98 


1727 


59,525 


65 


1,002 


757 


495 


444 


939 


63 


1.57 


1828 


60,147 


42 


1,051 


742 


603 


556 


1,159 


51 


1.92 


1829 


60,769 


47 


992 


624 


600 


556 


1,156 


52 


1.90 


1830 


61,392 


34 


927 


508 


532 


493 


1,025 


59 


1.66 


Mean, 




64.0 


950.2 


649.0 


594.7 


552.3 


1147.0 


49 


2.05 


1831 


64,834 


27 


944 


649 


676 


677 


1,353 


47 


2.08 


1832 


68,276 


27 


1,075 


867 


840 


885 


1,675 


40 


2.45 


1833 


71,780 


44 


1,334 


759 


679 


695 


1,374 


52 


1.91 


1834 


75,160 


34 


1,213 


786 


765 


675 


1,440 


52 


1.91 


1835 


78,603 


34 


1,772 


937 


991 


828 


1,819 


43 


2.31 


1836 


79,464 


68 


1,582 


1,024 


831 


817 


1,648 


48 


2.07 


1737 


80,325 


40 


1,443 


782 


875 


868 


1,743 


46 


2.16 


1838 


81,186 


48 


1,356 


750 


937 


862 


1,709 


45 


2.21 


1839 


82,215 


48 


1,391 


778 


863 


859 


1,722 


44 


2.23 


1840 


85,000 


28 


1,489 


756 


851 


890 


1,841 


46 


2.16 


Mean, 




39.8 


1369.9 


808.8 


840.8 


800.6 


1641.4 


46 


2.15 


1841 


90,874 


35 


1,587 


905 


927 


856 


1,783 


50 


1.96 


1842 


96,747 


22 


1,729 


912 


1,147 


1,113 


2,260 


42 


2.33 


1843 


102,620 


26 


1,810 


904 


986 


1,022 


2,008 


51 


1.95 


1844 


108,493 


15 


1,987 


1,029 


1,015 


1,039 


2,054 


52 


1.89 


1845 


114,366 


8 


2,351 




1,182 


1,158 


2,340 


48 


2.04 






















Mean, 




21 


1,893 


937 


1,052 


1,037 


2,089 


48 


2.03 



NOTE. This may be regarded as a complete account of all the deaths, except the etill- 
born. 1 he intentions of marriage are also complete. Tho marriage* are not all recorded, 
and very few of the births, as will appear evident from this abstract itself. 



14 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



APPENDIX B. 

INTRODUCTION. 

In regard to the following list of tax-pa}~ers in the town of 
Boston, it is proper to say that it has been the intent of the editors 
to make a careful transcription of the names without emendation. 
The lists are in various handwritings and of very widely differing 
degrees of accuracy. Some of them are the revised lists prepared 
by practised clerks, and others are the hasty transcripts of less 
accomplished officials. Some of the writers used the modern forms 
of letters, and others retained the earlier style in vogue in the 
generation of the emigrants to New England. Every one who has 
had occasion to examine manuscripts is aware of the difficulty in 
discriminating between certain letters, and this difficulty is greatly 
increased by an}' lack of scholarship on the part of the writer. 
Again, a list of names is especially difficult of transcription, 
because there is no repetition of words or letters to assist the 
copyist in reading doubtful portions. There is no guide to the 
intent of the writer, since, when we feel sure of the name intended, 
we are not certain of the method of spelling followed by the writer. 
Again, the transcriber has not felt at liberty to seek other sources 
of information to learn the names of the inhabitants of Boston at 
the period, because there is no certainty that persons of names 
resembling those of well-known citizens did not also reside here for 
a short time. 

In most cases the industry of genealogists will hereafter succeed 
in identifying the names here given ; but as these lists are meant 
to be the sources of information, no attempt has been made to 
annotate the record. The sole object of the transcript is to give 
an exact copy of the words written on each paper, so far as they 
can be made out from a careful study thereof. 

The original papers will all be carefully preserved in the city 
archives, and every one dissatisfied with the commissioners' ver- 
sion will have an opportunity to examine the documents anew. 

Some clerical errors in these lists will strike every examiner. 
The forms of the vowels, e, o, a, w, are so easily confounded that 
it is difficult in many cases to decide what was meant ; while on 
the other hand, it is clear that the old spelling and pronunciation 
often varied from the present form. Phonetic forms occur, as when 
Jeffries is placed under G in alphabetical lists, Eustis under U, 
and Uran under Y. Such a name as Maccarty is sometimes found 
under C as Cart3 T . In fact, no name must be considered as wanting 
from the list until it has been sought under all possible variations 
of spelling. 

Some apology may seem necessary for printing so many of these 
lists containing so mam 7 repetitions. In excuse it may be pleaded 
that all these facts are new to the public, and that these lists, it is 
feared, are all that remain of the great mass of such material once 
on record. The great deficiencies in the town records render it 
desirable that we should give all the information in our power as 



APPENDIX. 15 

to the length of time that any and every person remained in Bos- 
ton. Often the nearest approach we can make to the date of the 
death of one of our early citizens will be the fact that he disap- 
peared from the tax-list. 

In order to save expense, the names only have been copied on 
most of the lists, the exceptions being the first town-rates of 1674 
and 1676, and the very copious tax-lists of 1687 and 1680. In the 
latter especially, the details of the property of our citizens are 
given with so great thoroughness as to afford valuable information 
to the historian. 

In respect to the s}'stem on which the lists were made, it is 
evident that the divisions to which the constables were apportioned 
were those of the military companies of the town. 

Prior to 1670 the number of constables (besides one each for 
Rumney Marsh or Chelsea, and Muddy River or Brookline) was 
four. In town-meeting, March 14, 1669-70, the number was 
raised to six for Boston, and again, March 10th, 1677-78, to 
eight. 

By the Colony records it appears that October 7, 1674, the 
Court ordered the militia to be divided into companies of one hun- 
dred each, and in Boston eight companies were accordingly made. 
The captains were Major Thomas Clarke, Thomas Savage, Thomas 
Clark, 2d, John Richards, James Oliver, Daniel Henchman, 
William Hudson, John Hull. 

We are not able to fix with certainty the boundaries of these 
early local subdivisions, though the well-known citizens in each 
list will afford a clue for an approximation. 

In 1713 a division into eight wards was made, of which SHURT- 
LEFF says (Description of Boston, p. 129) that no record re- 
mains. Fortunately, a copy has been discovered, and will be given 
herein, although two years later another division was made, quite 
different in its lines. There is a certain probability that the first 
plan followed the lines then in use for the military companies, and 
that any changes would appear in the second plan. 

As Shurtleff shows, in August 1713, the Selectmen made a 
division into wards, which was not put on the book, but u attested 
by the Town Clerk and put on file." 

Among the papers discovered at the office of the Overseers of 
the Poor is an attested copy of this document, either the original 
or one made at the time for the use df that Board. It is as 
follows : 

[DIVISION OF WARDS, 1713.] 

1. South Ward or Precint. 

The South end of Orange Street is the Southern bound of this 
Precint and the Southern halfe or half of Pond Street and West 
Street the Northern bounds thereof; Including Newberry Street so 
farr Northward, and all the Streets, Lanes an. I Allyes, Eastward 
& Westward, Viz*. : 

Beech Street, Rainsford Lane, Hogg Ally. 

Essex Street, Frogg Lane, 



16 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



2. Newberry Ward or Precint. 

The Southern bounds of this Precint takes in the Northerly 
halfe part of Pond Street and West Street, and the Northerly 
bounds the Southerly halfe part of Winter Street & Summer Street : 
Including Newberry Street from the middle of Pond Street & 
West Street to Marlbourough Street, with all the Streets, Lanes & 
Allyes Eastward & Westward within said bounds, Viz 1 . : 



Short Street, 
Blind Lane, 



South Street, 
Sea Street. 



Common Street, 
Turn again Ally. 



3. Battery Ward or Precint. 

The Southern bounds of this Precint takes in the Northerly 
halfe of Winter Street & Summer Street, & the Northern bounds 
takes in the Southerly halfe of Scool Street & Water Street: 
Including all the Streets, Lanes & Allyes within said Bounds, 
Viz 1 . : 



Malborough Street, 
Ra wsons Lane, 
Milke Street, 
Battery March, 
Belchers Lane, 
Bishop's Ally, 
Long Lane, 



Olivers Street, 
Beacon Street, 
Davys Lane, 
Cow Lane, 
Flounder Lane, 
Croocked All}', 
Centry Street, 



Crab Lane, 
Gridlys Lane, 
Gibbs Lane, 
Sconce Lane, 
Coopers Ally, 
Jolliffs Lane, 
Tanners Lane, 



4. Cornhill Ward or Precint. 

The Southerly bounds thereof takes in the Northerly halfe 
Part of Scool Street & Water Street & so downe directly to the 
Sea. And the Northerly bounds thereof takes in all Merchants 
Row & to run from thence at the South part of the Wharfe by the 
Swing Bridge west north west thro' the Dock to Wing's Lane, take- 
ing in the South side of Wing's Lane as farr as Justice Lo3*d's 
Corner, & from thence the whole of Hannover Street westward to 
Queens Street : Including all the Streets, Lanes & Altyes within 
said Bounds, Viz*. : 



Cornhill, 
Spring Lane, 
Church Square, 
Pudding Lane, 
Halfe Square Court, 
Leveretts Lane, 



Willsons Lane, 
Shrimptons Lane, 
Piersers Ally, 
Hillers Lane, 
King Street, 
Queen Street, 



Tremont Street, 
Mackrell Lane, 
Dock Square, 
Corn Markett, 
Corn Court, 
Brattle Street. 



5. Sudbury Ward or Precint. 

The Southerly bounds thereof takes in the Northern Side of the 
Towne Dock from the Mill Creeke, & runns West north west 
through the said Dock to Wings Lane, takeing in ihe Norther Side uf 



APPENDIX. 



17 



said Lane, Crosseing over Hannover street to the Northerly corner 
of the Brick House of Mr. John Coleman. And the Northerly 
bounds thereof, is the Mill Pond from }* e Mill Creeke, reacheing to 
the end of Cambridge Street, including all the Streets, Lanes and 
Allyes within said bounds, Viz*. : 



Sudbury Street, 

Cambridge Street, 

(ireen Lane, 

Union Street, 

Anne Street from y e 
Conduit in Union 
St. to y e Lower 
Bridge on y e Mill 
Creeke, 



Cold Lane, Scotto's Ally, 

Marshalls Lane, Swing Bridge Lane, 

Creeke Lane, Part of Hannover St. 

Suit Lane, from y e northern 

Marsh Lane, Corner of Mr. John 

Link All} 1 , Coleman's Brick 

Fish Markett, House, the remaine- 

Minotts Court, ing part of Hannover 

Street to the Mill 
Bridge. 

6. Mill Bridge Ward or Precint. 

The South west bounds of this Precint is the North East Side 
of the Mill Creek from the Mill Pond downe to the Sea South 
Easterly. And the Northest bounds is the Southwest Side of 
Wood Lane & Beer Lane, including all the Streets, Lanes and 
Allyes within said Bounds, Viz*. : 

That part of Anne Street from the Lower Crosse Street, 

Bridge ; that is over the Creeke northward to Old Way, 

Fish Street. Elbow Ally, 

That part of Fish street from the begin- Gallop's Ally, 

ing of it Southwest, Leading North East- Paddyes Ally, 

erly to the middle of Wood Lane. 

That part of Middle Street that leads 
from the Mill Creecke to the Middle of Wood 
Lane & Beer Lane, as also that Part of 
the Back Street as afores d . 



7. Ship Ward or Precint. 

The Southwest bounds of this Precint takes in the Northeast 
Side of Wood Lane and Beer Lane. The Southeast Side of 
Middle Street from said Lanes unto North Street & so downe to 
the Sea, takeing in the Northeast Side of North Street & Part of 
Linn Street Leading Northward to the middle of North street. 
Including all the Streets, Lanes & Allyes within said Bounds, 
Viz.: 



Fleet Street, 
Clarks Square 
Moon Street, 
Ship Street, 



Bell Ally, 
Sun Court, 
Garden Court 



Salutation Ally, 
White Bread Ally, 
Battery Ally. 



8. Broughton's Ward or Precint. 

Contains the Northwest Side of Middle Street & North Street, 
and the South West side of Beer Lane. The Back Street, North- 
2 



18 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

easterly from Beer Lane, & part of Linn Street from the middle 
of North Street to Hudsons Point, & all the Streets, Lanes and 
Alljes within said bounds, Viz*. : 

Princes Street, Salem Street, Snow Hill, 

Ferry Way, Hull Street, Bennetts Street, 

Loue Street, Sliding Ally, Lime Ally, 

Grenoughs Ally, Charter Street, Henchman's Lane. 

At a meeting of the Selrmen of the Town of Boston, the 11 th 
of August, 1713. Pursuant to the Vote of the Inhabitants of the 
s d Town on the 13 th of May last past. The s d Select men have 
now agreed upon the foregoing distribution of the s d Town into 
distinct Wards or Precints. 

Attest: JOSEPH PROUT, 

Town Clerk. 



[DIVISION OF WARDS, 1715.] 

For some reason the foregoing arrangement did not prove satis- 
factory, and a change was made. 

In the selectmen's book, under date of February 1, 1715, is the 
following entry : 

" Voted, That there be a division made of this Town into eight 
distinct Wards, in order to their inspecting each respective Ward." 

" Voted, That it be left w 01 the Selectmen to make such division 
suitable to that Occasion." 

On the 8th of February, 1715, the following plan was read and 
an agreement voted : 

This division is entered on the Selectmen's book, though our 
transcript is taken from a contemporaneous copy at the office of 
the Overseers of the Poor. It has been printed in Shurtleffs book, 
pp. 130-1. 

Shurtleff, indeed, says that Burgiss's map of 1728, " substantially 
shows these boundaries by dotted lines." A careful inspection 
fails to confirm this ; whatever Burgiss's dots signify, they do not 
follow the lines of 1715. They resemble rather the lines of 1713, 
and may show the still older divisions of the preceding halt- 
century. 

Pemberton says (Mass. Hist. Soo. Coll. 1st s. Hi., 267) that in 
1735 the town was divided into twelve wards, which number long 
continued. 

In Shaw's Description of Boston, pp. 111-115, is an account of 
the boundaries as settled in 1805. 



[WARDS, 1715.] 

North ward, No. 1. Bounded North by Charles River & South 
by the North side of Fleet Street & Bennet Street. 

Fleet ward. No. 2. Bounded Northerly by the South side of 
Fleet Street & Bennet Street, and southerly by Wood & Beer 
lanes. 



APPENDIX. 19 

Bridge ward, No. 3. Bounded Northerly by Wood & Beer 
Lanes, and Southerly by the Mill Creek. 

Creek ward, No. 4. Bounded Northerly by the Mill Creek & 
Southerly b}' the North side of Wings Lane from the Upper End 
thereof, the North side of Hannover street to the Orange Tree, 
& the North East side of Cambridge street. 

Kings ivarct, No. 5. Bounded Northerly by the South side of 
Wings Lane from the upper end thereof, the South side of Hannover 
street, & the South-westerly side of Cambridge ; & Southerly 
p. the North side of King and Queens streets to the Southard of 
the School House, Mr. Cotons House the southermost House. 

Change ward, No. 6. Bounded Northerly by the South sides 
of King & Queen Streets, & Southerly by the North side of 
Milk street, thence the West side of Malborough Street as far as 
Rawsons Lane, the North side thereof, & the North side the 
Common. 

Pond ward, No. 7. Bounded Northerly by the South side of 
Milk Street, thence the East side of Marl borough Street as far as 
Rawsons Lane the South side thereof, southerly by the North side 
of West & Pond Streets, blind lane & thence the North side of 
Summer Street. 

South ward, No. 8. Bounded Northerly by the South side of 
Summer Street as far as Church Green, the South side of Blind 
Lane, of Pond & West Street; and Southerly by the Towns 
Southern Bounds. 

Feb'y 8th, 1715. Voted by y e Justices, Sel :men and Overseers 
of the Poor, an Agreem* to the aboves d Projection. 



OFFICE OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR, CHARITY BUILDING, \ 
COR. OF HAWKINS AND CHARDON STS. J 

BOSTON, Nov. 2, 1876. 

At a meeting of the Board of Overseers of the Poor, held No- 
vember 1, 1876, it was 

Voted, That the ancient tax-lists now in the possession of the 
Record Commissioners, for the purpose of being printed, and 
embraced in the list of papers placed by this Board in their hands 
for that purpose, be transferred to the keeping of the City Clerk 
for examination by any one interested. 
A true copy. 

Attest : 

BENJ. PETTEE, Sec'y. 



20 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



TAX LIST OF 1674. 

The following documents supply a large portion of the names of 
the tax-payers of Boston in 1674. The papers, which have been 
preserved, consist of four lists out of six corresponding to the 
divisions for the town, and also of the lists for Muddy River 
(Brookline) and Rumney Marsh (Chelsea) . These are really the 
earliest lists extant, as although there is List No. 1 for a tax in 
1673, the names are identical with those on the corresponding List 
No. 1 for 1674. Fortunately, also, there is, with each of the four 
Tax Lists, a preliminary list made by the constable, which gives 
the names of a number of persons not placed on the Tax List, 
being sojourners, servants, or children. 

The result of these lists may be summed up as follows : 



List No. 1, 239 names on Tax List, 106 names added from the Preliminary List. 

" 2, 126 " " " 44 " " " " " " 

" 4 132 ' " " " 84 " " " " " " 

a K 120 ' " " " 44 *' " " " " " 

Mud'yRiv'r 44 ' " " " 20 " ' " 

Rum'yM'sh 30 " " " 

691 298 
298 



About 989 names are thus recovered ; a few, however, are 
entered on more than one list. It will be noted that in 1676 there 
were in all only 853 heads taxed ; and this list gives us 691 names, 
besides nearly 300 more of persons who were undoubtedly living in 
the town. Hence we can estimate that we obtain five-sixths of the 
tax-payers in 1674. 

Special comments will be made on each portion of the following 
list in the proper places, explaining the relation of the papers to 
each other. 



APPENDIX. 



21 



The following sheet endorsed " Boston y 8 th X br 1674. Totall 
suraes of Rates made for y e Towne & Country," is evidently a sum- 
mary of the whole : 



8 X br. 1674. 


TOWNE. 


COUNTBEY. 


*No (1} . 




49 


8. 

8 


d. 




76 


. 
19 


d. 


Paee (2) 


39 
53 
81 
64 
59 
8 
12 


02 
3 
1 
14 
10 
15 
01 


' ' 


21 
44 
53 
50 
3 
8 
12 


5 
8 
5 
11 
12 
15 
01 


Walker, (3) . 






Poole (6) . 






Constable Green 


318 

wood's 


6 




246 
318 


17 
6 




565 
126 


3 

7 


. . 




691 


10 





* This entry was an error made at the time, as the totals show these figures of No. 1 were 
not included. No. 1 was Greenwood's list and is added below the others, and it consists of 
eeven pages. Clearly the clerk made a mistake, and, finding it out, omitted these figures 
(49.8 and 76.19), adding instead the true figures of Greenwood's list. 



22 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



List No. 1. 

The numbers added in parentheses refer to the Preliminary List, 
which is also preserved, and which has been carefully compared 
with this for variations. 



" NO 1, 1674. FOB CUNSTABLE 
GREENWOOD." 




TOWNE. 




( 


30UKTBT 




A. Jno. Attwood (228) 





S. 

8 


d. 





0. 

5 


d. 


Alexander Addams . . . . (51) 
Tho- Attkins (178) 




8 

4 - 1 






5 
3 








8 






8 








3 






3 




Sam 11 Bnrnell (204) 




4 






2 




Jno. Brookins (58) 


1 






\ 










2 






2 








10 






10 




Tho Beuess . . . (94) 




3 






3 




Edw. Budd (40) 




g 






5 








4 






4 




Math Barnard . . (156) 




4 






4 




Tbo Berry (161) 




16 






14 








4 






4 




Tho: Bill (315) 




13 






10 








4 






3 








g 






8 








6 






g 




Phil' Blake (271) 




g 






g 








3 






3 








4 






2 




Rich- Bennet (239) 




12 






12 




C. Jno* Cooper . . . 




4 






2 


















Rich: Collicott (273) 
Jer Cushion (153) 




7 
16 






7 
16 








Q 






6 




Antho: Chickly . . (170) 


1 


10 






15 





APPENDIX. 

List No. 1. Continued. 



23 



" No. 1, 1674. FOB CONSTABLE 
GREENWOOD." 


TOWNB. 


COUNTBEY. 


C. Continued. 
W m Clough (168) 




1 


8. 

2 
3 
4 
8 
4 

2 


d. 





8. 
2 
2 
4 
7 
4 
10 
2 


d. 


Tho- Cooper (252) 


Humph? Cumly . . . . (176) 


Henery Cooley (185) 


Jno- Clark (192) 


j o8 - Cocke . (265) 


"W m Careless . . . 


Pressious Collicott .... (276) 

V 

Rob: Cannon, Junior . . . (165) 
Jno. Clear, Junior .... (146) 
Jno Carthew (104) 


*13 


3 
3 

4 
7 
2 






3 
3 

2 
5 
2 

13 


= 


Edw Cocke (105) 


Jno Can . . (221) 


I>. Tho- Denniss (220) 


11 




**10 


1 


2 
3 
5 
5 
10 
4 
12 
5 

4 

4 
8 
2 
3 

10 
13 

7 
8 
3 






2 
3 
5 
5 
6 
4 
8 
4 

2 
2 
5 
2 
2 

15 
13 
7 
5 
3 




Jos- Dell (93) 






Franc' Duddsou ... (281) 




Tho* Dugglass . . 


E. Tho. Eldridge, Sen' . . . (76) 
Tho: Eldridge, Jun r . . . (77) 




Sam 11 Emmons . . (113) 


F. Jno Freak . (188) 


Jno. Farnum, Sen 1 .... (150) 
Jno. Farnum, Jun r .... (289) 


Jno. Franke (196) 





* Town rate in margin is corrected to 14.9. 

** County rate corrected in margin to 10.15, but it adds 11.13. 



24 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

List No. 1. Continued. 



" No. 1, 1674. FOB CONSTABLE 
GREENWOOD." 




TOWNB. 




( 


30UNTBE1 


r. 


G. WM Gaurd (216) 



1 


. 


d. 





8. 
10 


d. 


W Greenough, Sen 1 . . . (262) 
Nath. Greenwood .... (74) 
Jno. Griffen (210) 


1 


6 

8 
2 






13 

8 
2 




Edw Grant . (82) 




13 






13 




Tho: Gatteridge . . . (212) 




8 






5 








13 






13 




Obediah Gills . . . (87) 




g 






Q 




Wm. Greenough, Jun . . (29) 

H. Capt. Dan. Henchman . . (18) 
Widdow Hanniford . . . . (97) 
Franc Eluddson . . . (1) 




13 

6 
4 
12 






13 

8 
4 
g 


:. 


Christop* Holland .... (215) 
Widdow Hitt (219) 




3 

5 







3 
5 




Wm. Howard (258) 




4 






2 




Charles Hopkins . . . (25) 




2 






2 




Ezek. Hamlin 




3 






2 








3 






2 




Jeames Halseyl (136) 




10 






5 








2 






2 








2 






2 




George Hiskett ... (6) 




8 






7 




JT. Edw Jones (167) 




3 






2 








3 






2 




Phil. Jeshop (223) 




4 






4 








2 






2 








4 






4 








2 






2 




Henery Kimball . (63) 


1 








10 








6 






4 




Arthir Keene (166) 




4 






3 




Tho. Kellond (92) 


1 


10 






15 




Tho. Kimball (177) 




3 






2 




















*14 


04 




13 


18 



















'Town rate corrected in margin to 19,05, but really adds 19.04. 



APPENDIX. 

List No. 1. Continued. 



25 



"No. 1, 1674. FOB CONSTABLE 
GREENWOOD." 


TOWNB. 


COUNTBET. 






1 
r 

2 


a. 
2 
3 

2 
2 
8 
4 
6 
15 
2 
5 
5 
9 
7 
6 
2 
10 

3 
5 
2 
2 
10 

3 
3 
5 

3 
3 
12 
2 

3 
3 
3 

5 


d. 





8. 
2 
2 

2 
2 
8 
3 
4 
7 
2 
4 
4 
5 
4 
4 
2 
15 

3 
3 
2 
2 
5 

2 
2 
3 

2 
2 
8 
2 
10 
2 
2 
2 

3 


& 


Nicholas Lash (224) 


M. Jacob Mason . . (280) 


Rob' Miller . ... (277) 


Edmund Mountfort .... (148) 
Jno Maverick . (208) 


Wm Mumfort (286) 


Tho- Moore (142) 


Tho- Mitchell (226) 


George Manning . . (303) 


Jno* Moore (202) 


Nicholse Martin 


Jer Merrill (244) 


Sam 11 Mosely (98) 


He*7 Mason (301) 


Nicholas Molder 


W . Jos* Nash (144) 




Tho* Narramore . (242) 


Jno" Newton . . . (257) 




O. Jno Orriss (234) 




Tho" Overman (47) 


P. Edw Paige (71) 


W m Pitts . . . (55) 




Tun- Prat (279) 


Elias Parcman ... . (49) 


"Wm Porter (154) 


Tho- Paddy (162) 


Jno- Perce (209) 


R. Bam 11 Ruck (12) 


Jno: Richards . . (81) 



26 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

List No. 1. Continued. 



"No. 1, 1674. FOB CONSTABLE 
GBEENWOOD." 


TOWNB. 


COUNTBET. 


R. Continued. 
Nath- Robinson . . . (200) 



1 


8. 

12 
10 
6 

12 

6 
2 

5 
2 
5 


d. 





8. 
6 
10 
3 

8 

3 
2 

3 
2 
3' 


d. 


Nath 1 Ransfort (236) 


Obediah Reed (297) 


Widdow Rawlings & her 
sons (180) 


Roger Rase (148) 




S. Rich: Shute (22) 


Jno. Sealy (70) 






*12 


4 




8 


5 




1 
1 

1 


5 

14 
6 
3 
6 
3 
8 
9 
3 
10 
5 

8 
4 
3 
6 
6 
12 

16 
5 




. . 


10 
3 
15 
6 
3 
3 
3 
2 
5 
7 
2 
5 
3 

4 
3 
2 
5 
4 
8 

8 
15 


* 
* 


Robt. Smith (95) 


Capt. Samu Scarlett .... (101) 
Dan. Stone (120) 


Jno Scate (122) 


Nichol Stone (191) 




Earth* Strattou . (13) 




JabisSallter (110) 








T. Dan. Travess (287) 




Rich Tout (308) 






Dan Turen . . . ... (123) 


U. Widdow Upshall . . (151) 


V. Jno. Viall, Sen* . . . (89) 





*Town rate corrected in margin of original to 15.15, which is right. 



APPENDIX. 

List No. 1. Concluded. 



27 



" No. 1, 1674. FOB CONSTABLE 
GREENWOOD." 


TOWNE. 


COUNTREY. 


V. Continued. 




2 

1 


t. 
3 
2 

3 
6 
12 
14 
10 
5 
3 
4 
3 
6 

2 
10 
5 

16 


d. 




S:: 


8. 
3 
2 

2 
3 

8 

2 

7 

15 
3 
2 
3 
2 
4 

2 
5 
5 
15 


d. 


Tho- Verney (260) 


'W Robert Williams 


Lawrence Waters .... (225) 
Rich Way . . . (131) 


Jno White* (133) 


Jno'Winsley 


Earth. Whittwell (304) 




Jos Williams . ... (10) 


Benj Williams (9) 




[Humy Warren] (erased). 
Tho: Webb (261) 


Obadiah Walker . . (198) 


Sam 11 Winslow (299) 


Humphrey Warren .... (118) 


17 


16 




9 


19 





" John White has 2 and 7 shillings in the country rate. 



28 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 



List No. 1, Second Part. 

Endorsed "No. 1, 8th Xber. 1674. 



Counstable Greenwood. Towne . 
Rates. Country 


76 19 
49 8 


126 7 0" 


"No. 1, 1674. FOB CONSTABLE 
GREENWOOD." 


TOWNB. 


COUNTBET. 


A. WilliamAvis 





8. 

2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
2 

3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
3 
2 

2 
4 
2 
4 
4 
6 

4 
2 

2 
3 
4 

2 


d. 





e. 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 

2 

2 

2 
2 
2 

2 


d. 


Watching Atherton . . . (31) 
William Armstrong . . . (69) 
Henry Addams (141) 
Mathew Atkins (145) 


John Ami (194 




John Bully (37) 


Stephen Bussell (41) 




Philip Bullis (214) 


Nicholas Boone (251) 


John Baker (269) 


Joseph Bennet (C02) 




William Coleman .... (103) 
Peircy Clark (85) 


Tho. Cole (160) 


Jonas Clark (240) 


David Copp (282) 






12. William Egland (5) 


Silvester Evely (159) 


Henry Emms . . (247) 


F. Thomas Fuller (88) 



APPENDIX. 29 

List No. 1, Second Part. Continued. 



"No. 1, 1674. FOB CONSTABLE 
GREENWOOD." 


TOWNE. 


COUNTREY. 


F. Continued. 
Henry Floodd (294) 



3 


8. 

2 
4 

19 


d. 





*. 
2 
2 


d. 


David Faulkner . . . (309) 






2 


19 




4 
18 
2 

5 
2 
2 






2 

2 

3 

2 
2 





Rowland Gideon, y Jew . (143) 
John Gwin (173) 




John holand . . . (42) 


Ephraim hall . . . . (86) 








2 
4 
5 
3 
. 3 
5 

6 
2 

2 

2 
2 
5 
2 






2 
2 
3 
2 
2 
3 

4 
2 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 





George hooper . (296) 


Anthony howard (314) 










Jj. Richard Loftt (318) 


M. John Miles (253) 


P. William Passamore .... (7) 






R. Edward Rolph (293) 


3 


16 




2 


1 







2 
4 

2 
2 
4 
2 
2 






2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 




Calibe Rawlings . . (174) 




Will Steuens (182) 


Will Snelling (207) 




Robert Sridl . . (175) 



30 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

List No. 1, Second Part. Continued. 



"No. 1, 1674. FOB CONSTABLE 
GREENWOOD." 


TOWNE. 


COUNTREY. 


S. Continued. 
Benia: Stow (138) 





8. 

2 

2 
2 
6 
2 
2 

2 
3 
3 
2 
2 

2 


d. 



02 


8. 
2 

2 
2 
4 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
00 


d. 


T. Hie 4 Towells (4) 




Mrs. Talbee (199) 


John Tucker . (307) 


henry Turherfield .... (310) 
W. Joseph Williams 


James Whitehead .... (28) 
Will. Wade (155) 




Bic d Williams (254) 




Seven foregoing pages 


02 


8 


2 


8 


. . 


2 


. . 


. . 




14 


9 


. . 


10 


15 


. . 




14 


4 


. . 


13 


18 


. . 




15 


15 


. . 


8 


5 


. . 




17 


16 


. . 


9 


19 


. . 




3 


19 


. . 


2 


19 


. . 




3 


16 




2 


1 




72 


7 




49 


17 





APPENDIX. 



31 



PRELIMINARY LIST FOR No. 1 (1674) ENDORSED AS FOLLOWS: 
" 1674. CONSTABLE GREENWOOD. LIST OF NAMES." 

This list, like the others hereafter mentioned, was probabty pre- 
pared before the Tux List, and was a guide in making up the 
taxes. We shall find in the similar lists prepared by the other 
constables various memoranda in regard to the persons named, as 
that they were lodgers, servants, children, etc. But this list of 
Constable Greenwood's has nothing but the names, and is of ser- 
vice mainly as supplying the names of certain inhabitants who 
were not tax-payers. 

The following list contains all the names on the Preliminary 
List which are not on the Tax List of 1674 in Greenwood's 
division, and printed in the preceding pages. There are 319 in all, 
213 being also on the Tax List. The Tax List has also 26 names 
not on this. The numbers refer to the place on the original paper, 
which has seven columns of names : 



2 Nathaniel Collins 
11 Quid Goodm Williams fery m . 
14 Robert Pegg 
19 Richard Hinks m 
24 Joseph Hersey 
30 Robert Starr 

32 Benjamin Ingle 

33 Sam Woody 

34 W m . Dauis 

35 James Updyke 

36 Josias Baker 

38 Isack Sheffield 

39 Roger Spenser 

"Thomas Jowells (Spelt Jowles 
on Tax List) 

45 Sam 11 Browne 

46 Henry Critchett 

*Mr Overman (called Thomas 0. 
on Tax List) 

52 John Addams 

53 Sam" Addams 

54 Ben. Burgis 

59 John Engoldsby 

60 Nick Mason 

62 Theophilus thornton. 
64 John Arnald 

67 W m Nicols 

68 John Sawdy 

*John Zeely (spelt Sealy on Tax 

List) 

75 Nathaniell Greenwood (evidently 
junior) 

78 James dulaine 

79 Rob. Brimsdon 

83 John Robertts 

84 Joshua Ghy 

90 John Shepheard 

91 William Bracy 



99 Jno. Steuens 
100 Tho. Fielde 
102 George Keay. 

*Edward Cox (spelt Cocke on 

Tax List.) 
107 Joseph blake. 

*John Kine (called Keene on 
Tax List.) 

111 Thomas Wood Cock. 

112 Tho. Joslin 

115 Job Juke (note, that we have 

Robert Tuke also on Tax List, 
and 1 suspect the same person 
is meant) 

116 Richard dence 

117 Maior Clarke 

119 Richard Hallawell 
121 Richard Jinks 

*Daniel Turell, jun. (called Tu- 
ren on Tax List) 

124 Splandy decro. 

125 Edward Weston 

126 John Barrell 
128 John Mathews 
130 Ambrose bennitt 
132 Ben. Crabtree 

*John White, Hatter. 
134 Henry Vane. 

*James Halsell (spelt Halseyl in 

Tax List) 
137 John Foster. 
139 Mrs. Howard 

*Thomas More (called Moore on 

Tax List) 
*Joshua Nash (called Jos. N. in 

Tax List) 

152 Richard bradly 
157 John Barnard 



32 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



158 Tho: Barnard 
363 Robert Howard 
164 Michaell Martin 

*Will. Cluff (spelt Clough on 

Tax List) 
169 John Winslow 

171 Samuell Chickley 

172 Josh. Rawlins 

*Caleb Rawlins (spelt Calibe R. 

in Tax List) 
*Tho: Kemble (spelt Kimball on 

Tax List, as also in the case of 

Henry K.) 
179 Edward Pegge (different from 

Edw. Page s r & j r both entered 

here and on the Tax List) 
181 John Weeden (or Welden) 
183 John Auger or Anger. 

186 Sam 11 Rawlins 

187 Richard maltimore 
189 Francis Coward 
193 Jonathan Wales 

*John Amy, Sen 
195 John Amy 
197 John Higgs 

*James Warden (spelt Walden 
on Tax List) 

"Joshua Holsworth. 

205 Richard Dauis. 

206 Charls bemmur (?) 

217 Tho. Cock 

218 Edward Budd (twice entered, 

perhaps jr., 
*Phillip Josep (called Jeshop in 

Tax List) 
228 John Wilkins 
230 John Dawes 

232 experens Orris 

233 Jona. Orris. 

235 William Snelling (second men- 
tion.) 



237 John Pam er (perhaps duplicate 
mention of J. Parmeter.) 

241 Will Parram 

243 Tho. Mitchell (second mention) 

245 Jeremi Morrell (two of these 
names in succession.) 

248 Nick White 

249 Richard Smith 

250 Sam 11 Brokenbery 

*John Mills (called Miles on Tax 

List) 
255 M r Purmitt. 

*Erasamus Steuens 

* William Greenough, shipmaster. 

263 Will. Burridge 

264 Nathaniell Paddy 

266 Tho. More (second mention). 

267 Joseph Priest 
272 John downes 

*Mr. Callecott (Richard C. of 
Tax List probably) 

274 Robert Cannon Sen r 

275 John Howlett 

*Preserue Callicott (Called Pres- 

sious C. in Tax List) 
278 John Lawrence 

283 John Parram 

284 Tho. Broughton 

285 Nath. Broughton 

*John Farnham, miller. Prob. 
the junior on Tax List 

290 John Farnham 

291 James Lamshead 

292 John Senderland 
295 Jonathan Copp 
298 8amtyly 

306 Richard pooly 

312 Will. Norton 

313 Mrs. Powell 

317 William Talderley 
319 John Langworthy. 



APPENDIX. 



33 



DIVISION No. 2 OF TAX LIST OF 1674. 

The number added after most of the names refer to the document 
following, which is the Prelimina^ List prepared before the Tax 
List was settled. 

Endorsed "No. 2 Cunstable Page, 1674. 

Towne 39 02 

Country 21 05 



60 07 " 



No. 2, 1674. 


TOWNE. 


COTTOTREY. 






1 



1 


*. 
10 
5 
10 
5 
5 
5 
3 

2 
3 
5 
10 
3 
3 

6 
5 
5 

5 

8 
6 


4 
2 
2 

4 
5 
2 


d. 





s. 
5 
3 
5 
3 
3 
3 
2 

2 
3 
3 
5 
2 
2 

4 
3 
3 
10 
3 
4 
4 
10 
04 
2 
2 

2 
3 
2 


d. 


Nath. Adams, Jun' .... (17) 
Nath. Adams, Sen' .... (18) 
Abra Adams (22) 








B. Gorge Burrill (21) 






Nath Blake (103) 




Robt Blumfeild (67) 


C Jno Chanterell ...... (81) 
















Jno. Coomer, puterer . . . ( 3) 
Jno Cleeby (42) 


Jos Cawley (60) 


I>. John Dewitt (44) 






3 



34 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

List No. 2. Continued. 



No. 2, 1674. 


TOWNE. 


COUNTBET. 


E. Jno Eley (28) 





. 

8 
16 

2 

4 
2 

6 
3 

2 


d. 





. 
4 

8 
2 

2 

2 

4 
2 

2 


d. 




Robt Emons . . (80) 


F. Sam 11 flac (47) 


Jacob ferniside, Joyn* . . (97) 

Lodowick fowler at Mr. 
Rawson (84) 


Jno. ferniside . . . . (97) 


G. Math Grose 


Tho. Grose (68) 


Widdow Gallop 














Nath. Gallop {31) 




4 
6 
2 

2 

2 
2 
4 
5 
4 
3 






2 
3 
2 
2 

2 
2 
3 
3 

2 
2 




Peter Gee (37) 


Henry Gibbs 




H. Tho. Harris (13) 






George Halliott .... (83) 


Robt. Horton 


Tho. Hatherly (87) 




12 






7 


6 




1 
1 


4 
6 
3 
15 
3 

2 

2 
10 

4 

4 







2 
3 
2 
5 
2 

2 

15 
2 

2 
2 


* * 


Gawdy James .... (75) 


Jno. Jackson . . (74) 


W m Joanes, mrht . . . (69) 










James Loyd ... . . 


IH. Widdow Milam 


Tho. Murkcs . . ( 1> 



APPENDIX. 

List No. 2. Continued. 



35 



No. 2, 1674. 


TOWNB. 


COCNTEEY. 


M Continued. 



1 


. 
4 
4 

4 


</. 





s. 
3 
2 
10 
2 


d. 


Tho Mitchell 


Ri. Medlecott (50) 


Gorge Monjoye (66) 






1 


4 
6 
3 
3 

10 

2 

6 
10 
6 
6 
4 
6 
2 
6 
4 
8 
4 
2 

4 
3 
2 
3 






2 
3 
2 
2 

5 
2 

3 
15 

4 
4 
3 
3 
2 
4 
2 
4 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 




Andrew Newcombe . . . (72) 
Jno. Nichals (51) 




O. Jno Oleuer (33) 


~W m Okenden ....... 


P. Ben Phepen (4) 








Tim. Proute, Jun* .... (40) 
Peter Place (52) 








NIcho. Phillips, cooper . . (56) 






Humphy Richards .... (96) 
Tho Rickes (74) 






"W" m Rawson (84) 




4 






2 






12 


13 




6 


8 




1 


10 
2 
5 






15 
2 
3 




Klias Stiff (92) 





36 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

List No. 2. Continued. 



No. 2, 1674. 


TOWNE. 


COUNTBKY. 


S. Continued. 





8. 
3 
2 
8 
5 
4 
12 
3 
16 
2 
10 
6 
10 


d. 





8. 
2 
2 
4 
3 
2 
6 
2 
8 
2 
5 
3 
5 


d. 


Hi Smyth . . 






Wm Smyth (77) 






Philip Squire (88) 


Jno Smyth (93) 












1 
1 


2 

2 
10 
10 
4 
3 

6 
3 

4 
12 
4 
4 
2 
4 
10 
12 
2 
8 
4 
3 






2 

2 
5 
15 

2 
2 

3 
2 

2 
6 
2 
2 
2 
2 
15 
6 
2 
4 
2 
2 




T Win Tawhutt (61) 






Ei. Trauis (25) 


Henry Tarlton at Jno Clerks (26) 
V. Jno. Vereng (90) 


Edw Urie . . (30) 




Jno .' Willy ams, butcher . . (29) 


Jno.Willyams.hoteman . (54) 
Rich d West 


Sam 11 Wardo (70) 




Tho. Walker (101) 


Rob' Williams (78) 


Jno. Wnlley, m'ster . . . (100) 


Obadiah Walfeilde .... (27) 



APPENDIX. 

List No. 2. Continued. 



37 



No. 2, 1674. 


TOWNE. 


COUNTBEY. 


Edw Weedon (46) 





8. 

4 
6 
2 


d. 


4? 


8. 

2 
3 
2 


d. 






In fol. 1 


*14 


9 




7 


11 




12 
12 
14 


13 
9 




7 
6 

7 


6 
8 
11 




2 


3 




39 


02 




21 


5 





*Adds 13 19. 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



PRELIMINARY LIST FOR PAIGE'S DIVISION. 1674. 

With Constable Paige's account is found his preliminary state- 
ment, which has the additional feature of specifying the house- 
holders, lodgers, and servants. I have given herewith a full copy 
of this document, numbering the entries, and marking, with a star, 
the names which will be found on the official Tax List printed on 
the preceding pages. 



" A List of y e names of y e men and youth that are in my part of the twone. 
Given in ye 15th August 1674, pr mee Nicho. Paige, Cunestapble." 



1 *House. Tho: Markes 

Lodger. Samuell Markes 

2 *House. John Warringe 

3 *Hous. Jno. Cumer. 

4 *Ho. Binj. phipeney 

5 *Ho. James Robertes 

Lo. Will: a Tailer 

6 Ho. Elles Callender 
& Sar' Josias man 

& Sar* Joseph Greefinge 

7 Ho. Nicho. Molder 
Lo. Edward perey 
Lo. Isa: peptriper 
Lo. philip Jurdon 

8 Ho. Samull Mattex 

9 *Ho. Jno. prescot 

10 *Ho. Andrew Clarke 

Lo. Jno. Gofe 
Sar. Joseph Souter 
Sar. Tho. Andrewes. 

11 *Ho. Sam 11 Jenkines 

12 *Ho. Jno. Chickley 

13 *Ho. Tho. Harres 

Sar. Jno. Locke 

14 *Ho. Jno. Kinge 

15 *Ho. Stephen Daues 

16 Ho. Joseph Souter 

17 *Ho. Nath 11 Addames sen r 

18 *Ho. Nath 11 Addames jun' 

& one sonn : & one sarvant 

19 *Ho. Daued Addames 

Sar. Ezekell Hamlinge 

20 *Ho. Jonathan Addames 

21 *Ho. George Burell 

22 *Ho. Abraham Addames 

23 Ho. Danell Turinge Sen r 
Sar. Joseph Hepdesh 
Sar. Frances Burges. 

24 *Ho. Samull Clemenes 

25 *Ho. Richard Traues 
*Lo. Will. Batt. 

26 *Ho. Jno. Clarke 

Lo. Henrey Tarellton 

27 *Ho. Obedaya Wallkfild 

28 *Ho. Jno. Elley 



29 *Ho. Jno. Willames 

Sar. Samull Bill 

30 *Ho. Edward Youringe 

31 *Ho. Nath" Gallep 

32 *Ho. Joseph Shaw 

Sar. Will. Drew. 

33 *Ho. Jno. Oliuer 

34 *Ho. Jno. Sweet and 

* wth him Daued Edwardes 

35 *Ho. George Henley 

36 Ho. James Dowell 

37 *Ho. peeter Gaye 

38 Ho. Jno. Sarch 
Sar. Tho. Gross. 

39 *Ho. Josepth prout. 

40 *Ho. Temo, prout, jun r 

41 *Ho. Tho. Sackston 

42 *Ho. Jno. Clesbey 

43 Ho. Joseph Bellenes 

44 *Ho. Jno l)u Wit 

45 Ho. Ralfe Salmon 

46 *Ho. Edward Weeden 

47 *Ho. Samull Flack 

48 *Ho. Jno. Kinge 

49 Ho. Jno. Spry 

50 *Ho. Rich. Medlecut 

51 *Ho. Jno. Nicklos 

52 *Ho. Peeter Place 

Jno. Place 

* Will Greenedge, sons 

53 *Ho. Jno Wakfeld. 

54 *Ho. Jno. Willames 

55 *Ho. George Pugles 

56 *Ho. Nicho. Phillepes 

Sar. Jno. Allin and 

Danell Turinge 

57 *IIo. Birij. Sanders 
*Lo. Rob. Sanders 

58 Ho. Jno. Osborne 

59 *Ho. Jno. Cox. 

60 *Ho. Josepth Cauley 

61 *Ho. Will Tabut 

62 *Ho. Jno. Melloes 

63 *Ho. Will. Whitwell 

64 *Ho. Jno. Coney 



APPENDIX. 



39 



Sar. 

65 *Ho. 
*Lo. 

66 *Ho. 
*Lo. 

67 *Ho. 

68 *Ho. 

69 *Ho. 
*Lo. 

70 *Ho. 

Sar. 

71 *Ho. 

72 *Ho. 

73 *Ho. 

74 *Ho. 
*Lo. 

75 *Ho. 

76 Ho. 
Sar. 

77 *Ho. 

78 *Ho. 

79 *Ho. 

80 *Ho. 

81 *Ho. 

82 *Ho. 

Sar. 

83 *Ho. 

84 *Ho. 
*Lo. 



Humphry Towgos 
Nath. Wayer 
Jno. Soraes 
Jno. Swimsted 
Jno. Phillepes 
George Mongoy 
Eob: Blumfeld 
Tho: Gross 
Josepth Townesinge 
Will. Jones 
Samull Ward 
Jno. Barrell 
Jno. Rex 
Andrew Newcom 
Addam Nicklos 
Jno. Jackson 
Tho. Rex 
Gode James 
Will. Greene 
George Buley 
Will. Smith. 
Rob Willames 
Jno. Gepson 
Rob. Emenes 
Jno. Chantrell 
Tho. Stanbearey 
Binj: Smith. 
George Hallard 
Will. Rawson 
Lodweck Fowler 



85 *Ho. 


Jno. Lux 


86 *Ho. 


Will. Waters 


87 *Ho. 


Tho: Hatherley 


88 *Ho. 
Sar. 


Phillep Squire 
Mathew Thomas 


89 *Ho. 


James Wiseman 


90 *Ho. 


Jno. Vearen 


91 *Ho. 


Henrey Mattex 


92 *Ho. 


Elias Stef 


93 *Ho. 


Jno. Smith and 




twoe sarvantes 


94 *Ho. 


Dockter Allcock 


95 *Ho. 


Samull Regies 


96 *Ho. 


Humphrey Richardes 


97 *Ho. 


Jno. Farensey 


*Son. 


Jacob Farnsey 


98 *Ho. 


Will. Whartway 


99 *Ho. 


Josepth Pearse 


100 *Ho. 


Jno. Walley 


101 *Ho. 


Tho. Wallker 


102 Ho. 


Jno. Sounderland 


103 *Ho. 


Nath 11 Blacke 


Lo. 


Elieath : Blake. 




Lodgers. 


Sam 


Marks 


*Ed. 


perry at Fosters 


& 


2 o re ditto 


Jno. 


Goffe. 



In the foregoing list of 103 entries there are, also, 41 names of 
lodgers, servants, etc., or 144 names in all. 

On the Tax List there are 126 names, of which 100 are on the 
Preliminary List (including the name of John King as twice re- 
corded, though possibh' meant for a son of the name also) ; this 
leaves 44 names on this list, not taxed in this district at least. 
Of these 14 are recorded as householders, and 30 as lodgers or 
servants. 

The following changes of spelling are noticeable : 



5. James Roberts in one list, Robertson in the other. 

37. Peter Gee " " " Gay " " " 

48. John King seems to be a duplicate of No. 14. 

69. Joseph Townsend or Townsinge. 

71. John Rickes or Rex. 

74. Thomas Rickes or Rex. 

75. Gawdy or Gode James. 
79. John Jebson or Gepson. 

82. Thomas Standary or Stanbeary. 

83. George Halliote or Hallard. 
92. Elias Stiff or Stef. 

97. John and Jacob Ferniside or Farensey. 

98. William Whytaway or Whartway. 



* See No. 7 in preceding list. 



40 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



TAX LIST, DIVISION No. 4. 1674. 

It will be seen that this list ends with the letter T, so that there 
must have been another sheet. 
Again the pages add : 



Town. 


Country. 


No. 


1, 


23 


08 


19 


03 




2, 


11 


17 


9 


11 




3, 


13 


13 


8 


01 




4, 


21 


00 


11 


17 






69 


18 


48 


12 


ng 




11 


03 


4 


13 



Requiring 

To make up the sum of 81 01 53 05 which is charged 

to Bingley's list in the general statement prefixed. 

We recover from the Supplementary List eleven names in U and 
W. ; and, as they are well-known and wealthy citizens, their taxes 
would nearly make up the sum required. These names are : 

Hezekiah Usher, sr., Joseph Webb, 

Hezekiah Usher, jr., John Willkins, 

John Usher, Mildred Wills, 

John Waite, Experience Willis, 

Thomas Wattkins, John Wissell, jr. 
William Waycott, 

As in the previous examples, reference is made to the Preliminary 
List for this division printed immediately after it. The numbers 
in parentheses, annexed to some names in this list, denote their 
positions in the other list. 



APPENDIX. 



41 



List No. 4. 



" No. 4, 1674. CONSTABLE 

BlNGLEY." 


TOWNE. 


COUNTRAT. 


A. 

Good Allen 




4 



1 


8. 
03 
02 
05 
3 
12 
4 
4 

6 

8 
3 

2 
3 

10 
04 
05 
14 
3 
8 
2 
3 
15 


3 

10 


d. 



3 


8. 

03 
02 
04 
03 
12 
4 
4 

6 

8 
3 

2 
3 

8 
4 
5 
13 
3 
4 
2 
3 

3 

5 


d' 


John Allcocke (23) 


Edw Alline ... ... 


God: Armitage (132) 


Bozon Alline (26) 


Widdow Addamea (93) 


B. 






Mannasseh Beck . . . . (41) 


Tho Bumsteed (52) 








Tho Baker Junior ...... (120) 








Tho Balland . (103) 








Mr. Burton (164) 


Rich. Burford (59) 


Nath. Bifeild (102) 


C. 


Rich. Cleere 


Walter Cunnigraue 


Ed. Creeke . . (17) 



42 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

List No. 4. Continued. 



" No. 4, 1674. CONSTABLE 
BINGLEY." 


TOWKB. 


COUNTKAY. 


C. Continued. 




4 

1 

3 


s. 
15 
2 

2 

10 
2 

14 
3 

4 

6 
10 
8 


d. 



4 

1 

3 
19 


8. 

10 
2 

2 

5 

2 

10 
3 

2 

6 
10 

7 


tf. 

, . 


Mr Caruah 


Leu* Clark (118) 


Nich Cleere . . . 


Thomas Clark, Junior (50) 


Thomas Clark y e Pewterer . . . (80) 
John Cross (144) 


I>. 

Francis Dowse* (9) 










Tho Deane . ... (186) 




E. 


23 


8 




3 




1 






1 








Sam. East (46) 


1 


4 
12 
2 

5 
8 
2 
12 




1 


2 
8 
2 

2 
4 
2 
8 




F. 


Jacob Fowle . . . . (130) 


Hope Foster Q53) 




Robt Feild 


0. 

Habb. Glouer (88) 








Nath. Grenn (24) 



*Dowse's rate is indistinct. 



**Ux, is written over W m 



APPENDIX. 

List No. 4. Continued. 



43 



" No. 4, 1674. CONSTABLE 
BINGLEY." 




TOWNE. 






COUNTBI 


r. 


G. Continued. 


. 
1 


a. 



d. 





S. 
10 


d. 






8 






4 








2 






2 




H. 

William Harris . . (40) 














Cap' Hudson (1) 




10 






5 




Josh Hewes (20) 




2 






2 








3 






3 




John Hill 




2 






2 








2 






2 




Widdow Houtchine (25) 














Eliak. Hutchenson (81) 


2 






2 










5 






5 




W m Hawkins (86) 




12 






13 




John Hall at Wattkins .... (156) 
Ann Hunt (9) 




5 
6 






8 




Capt Hutchinson (112) 




g 






6 




Ed. Hutchenson, Jun r . .... (113) 
Joh Hunt Butcher . (98) 




2 
g 






2 

4 




W m Hamblton (7) 


















2 






2 








2 






2 




W m Hawkins, Junior .... (105) 
Ingerman Hil^erson ..... 




4 
5 






2 
5 




















11 


17 




9 


11 




I. 




2 






2 




Fra. Johnson ... . . . (95) 


















g 










K. 

W m Killkupp (Ill) 




10 






g 




Jo. Keyne . (141) 


1 








15 










' 









CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 
last No. 4. Continued. 



" No. 4, 1674. CONSTABLE 

BlNGLEY." 




TOWNB. 






COUNTR-S 




IM 

Hen Largine ....... (5) 





8. 

2 


d. 





s. 

2 


d. 


"Wm Lamb (21) 




2 






2 


















John Lowell . . (170) 


1 








10 




Joseph Lowell (140) 




8 






4 




Fetter Lidgitt (176) 


6 






3 






Zehelond Leatherland .... 
Abr. Letherbridge (32) 




2 
2 






2 
2 








10 






5 




M. 

Jam Maxefeild (45) 




3 






2 




Widdow Miner (48) 




4 






3 






1 








10 




Zad Mecartour (75) 
Gorge May (100) 


1 


10 






10 
10 




Eph Moss (60) 




3 






3 




N. 




2 






2 




M Newgate (110) 




6 






4 




Q 


13 


13 




8 


1 




Cap* Olliuer (175) 




10 
























P. 

Tho. Platt (4) 




10 






10 




Hump Persons (57) 


1 
















5 














4 






4 








6 






3 




Nath. Pelrse (183) 




Q 






5 




Bob. Portia . (6) 




2 






2 




M r Parker 




6 






4 




S. 




10 






5 





APPENDIX. 

List No. 4. Continued. 



45 



"No. 4, 1674. CONSTABLE 
BINGLEY." 




TOWNE. 




< 


30UNTB-S 




S. Continued. 





8. 
2 


d. 





8. 

2 


d. 






5 






5 




Sam Shrimpto (125) 


9 






5 








1 


10 






15 




Tho. Skinner y Baker .... (137) 
Eph Searle .... (168) 




12 
10 






8 
10 




John Steuens (136) 




4 






4 








5 






o 




Henn. Sandboord at Wattkins . (157) 
Widd. Sauage (65) 




5 
4 


' 





2 




Rich Smith (66) 




g 






4 




T. 

William Taylor the march* . . (16) 
Ben Twing (34) 


2 


10 
4 


. . 


1 


10 
2 


. . 


Esah. Toy (143) 




4 














4 






2 




John Tucker (115) 




6 






4 








2 






2 




Mr Ed. Ting (173) 


















4 






4 




Barthell Tippin (64) 




4 






4 




















21 






*11 


17 





* Country rate adds 11 11 0. 



46 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



PRELIMINARY LIST FOR DIVISION No. 4. 
The Preliminary List mentioned is subscribed as follows : 

" These are a List of the names of psons ratable, p. me 

THO: BINGLEY, Constable." 

It is in four columns, on two pages ; the columns contain respec- 
tively 52, 52, 49 and 35 names. I have been thus precise, as I have 
affixed to the names, found therein, and on the Tax List, the num- 
ber (in parenthesis) which they hold on this Supplementary List. 

There are in all 188 names, of which 104 names are on the Tax 
List; the 84 other names are mostly called servants. It is to be 
remembered that by servants are meant apprentices and workmen ; 
and in most instances the persons so described will be recognized 
as members of well-known families. The Tax List has 132 names, 
28 being new. 

1 add the names on the Supplementary List, and not on the Tax 
List; also are given some names, marked with a star, which are 
on the Tax List, but concerning which some additional information 
is given by this Preliminary List. The notes in parenthesis are 
mine; everything else is copied from the original. The 11 names 
in small capitals are those beginning with U or W, and which may 
have been on the missing part of the Tax List. 

The whole number of names on the Tax List is 132 (omitting 
Henry Ongram, who appears also as Henry Ingram), 104 being 
on the Preliminary List, and 28 being new names. 

We thus get the names 132 and 84 = 216 persons in Bingley's 
division. 

Names of the Preliminary List, not on the Tax List. The num- 
bers refer to the original paper. 



Hudson. 

* Henery Largen (Called Largine in the Tax List.) 
8 Mrs Conigrave 

!! 

13 Michaell Holmes 

14 Francis Sidwell, Hollraes man 

HTn^Fi'nd, } ^^ <*>** 

22 Widow Ailcock & 

*Jno. Ailcock her son. (He is on the Tax List.) 

27 Tho. Joneson "j 

28 Jacob Goodey > (Bozoun) Aliens men 

29 Will. King ) 

30 Widdow Mason 
35 Zechiell Crevate 

38 Tho. Norton, (Joseph) Belknaps man. 

"Thomas Sanford (Called Samford on Tax List.) 



1 Beck's men 



APPENDIX. 47 

*Menasses Beck ju 

42 Jno Baker & 

43 Tho. Powell . 

44 Menasses Beck se. (Note only one M. B. on Tax List.) 
47 Ely Diinford 

*Widdow Mynot (? Miner on Tax List?) 
49 Nathaniell Diinford 
54 Jno. Hall, Bosworths man 
56 Nathaniell Moss servt to y c s d (Jno) Moss. 

* Humphrey Persons "j 

Jno Mosses Lodger, 

*Ephraim Moss 

*Roger Jug (Jud on Tax List.) 
67 Robt. Hastings] 

[Serv.no Smith (Richard) 

70 Charles Ross J 

71 Mrs. Bellingham, wid. 

72 Mr. Rider, gone. 

74 Ephraim Manning, Mr. Bratles man 

*Theodeus Mecarter (Called Zad M. on Tax List.) 
76 John Stacey his (Maccarty's) servant. 

*Mr. Carey, Lodger at Mecarters (Probably the Mr. Carroll of the Tax 

List.) 
79 Thomas Phillips (Rob 1 ) Earles man 

82 Jonathan Palme serv 1 to (Eliakim) Hutchinson 

83 JOHN WILKINS 

84 JOSEPH WEBB 

85 Denis Menan, Webs serv*. 

87 Tho. Pernerton (William) Hawkins man 
92 Robt. Smith, Mrs. (Ann) Hunts man 
94 Wid. Allen 

96 JNO. WISSELL ju 

97 Elizabeth Smith, wid 

99 JOHN CROOK (Jno) Hunts man. 
101 WILL WAYCOTT ~| 

*Nathaniell Byfeild > Lodgers at Mays 

*Tho. Balland, porter) 
104 Dorman y e Irishman 

*Elizabeth Pownding, wid (Spelt Powning on Tax List.) 

*Augustine Lindell (Spelt Lindon on Tax List.) 
109 Tho. Thatcher, se. 

*Mnn Newgate, widd (Christian name not given in Tax List.) 

*Ed. Hutchinson, Se. (Called Capt. H. in Tax List.) 

114 Joseph Dudson. (On Tax List W m D is erased and Ux. D. substituted. 
Probably he died and his widow was taxed.) 

116 Morgan Jones 

117 Isack Ratt Jones man. 

*Lieut. Tho. Clarke (Christian name not given in Tax List.) 
119 Henry Bartlemew Mr. Clarks man. 
*Tho. Baker ju. Lodger at Mr Clark's. 

121 Mr HEZEKIA USHER, se 

122 Mr HEZEKIA USHER ju. 

123 JNO. USHER 

124 Henry Phillips serv* to Jno. Usher. 

*Mr Samuell Shrimton (The name is Shrimpto in Tax List, evidently a 
clerical error.) 

m Natha B nieU r El.kin} Mr - Shrinks men 

*John Deacons (Christian name not given in Tax List.) 

129 Jonathan Negers 

131 Jno. Joneson (Jacob) Fowles man 
*Godfrey Armitage & 



48 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

133 Sam 11 Armitage his son. (G. A.'s Christian name abbreviated in Tax 

List.) 

134 Zechiel Chever serv* to Armitage. 

*Jno Stevens, Lodger at (Samuel) Plumers 
138 Jno Bugby, serv'. to (Thomas) Skiner. 
142 James Butler serv* to (John) Keen. 
145 Will. Midleton. 

*James Bredon (Spelt Brading in Tax List.) 
147 John Charley, Lodger at Bredons 

*Wid. Haile (Evidently the Ann Haile of the Tax List.) 

* James Brown, son to Wid. Haile. 
*Isack Grose, (Clement) Grosses son. 

154 THO. WATKINS 

* Henry Sandford (Called Sanboord in Tax List.) Lodger at Watkins. 

158 MILDRED WILLIS, wid 

159 EXPERIENCE WILLIS 
161 Robert Combe \ p 

*Isack Jones } Greens men 

*Mr Barton (Evidently the Mr. Burton of the Tax List.) 

165 Nicholas Fishborn ) 

i /?/? P r n . ? Bartons men 

166 & Ihomas $ 

167 Christopher Gibson 

169 Joseph Peck (Ephraim) Series serv*. 



*Mr Ed. Ting, se. 
174 Ed Ting, ju. (Only one on Tax List.) 

*Capt. James Oliver (Christian name omitted on Tax List.) 

177 Charles Lidgett ) 

178 William Antrobos VMr. (Peter) Lidgetts serv*. f 

179 James Lendill J 

180 John Sweeting, Lodger. 
182 Hester Perce, widdow 

18;Mt"ce erCe }^- P 
185 JNO. WAITE. 



188 ' Th Deanes Serv- 



APPENDIX. 



49 



TAX LIST, DIVISION No. 5. 1674. 

This list has also a preliminary part, which is also printed, and 
the names found on both are marked with a star. 

It appears that there are one hundred and twent} 7 names on the 
Tax List, eighty-six of which are on the Preliminary List. The 
latter also lias the names of twenty-sered servants, nine sojourners 
and eight sons, not on the Tax List ; making one hundred and 
sixty-four names recovered in this division. 



Endorsed " No. 5. 1674." " Connstable Jessen Rates. 



Towne . 
Countrey 



64 14 
50 11 

115 5 0" 



List No. 5. 





TOWNS. 


COUNTKIE. 


A. 

*Benjamen Allford & brother .... 




1 


8. 

10 

10 

3 

4 


d. 



3 


*. 
10 

3 

4 

2 
3 
3 

3 

8 
3 


d. 


''Jos' 1 Attwatter 


3 












15 
15 

2 
3 
*3 
3 
8 
3 




. . 


*Jos. Allen 




B. 

*Tho Bendish 


1 












*Rob*- Butcher 


















1 












C. 




12 
2 






12 
2 




*Tho. Cox . , 





50 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

List No. 5. Continued. 





TOWNE. 


COUNTBIE. 


C. Continued. 





8. 

3 

10 
8 
6 
4 
2 
5 

10 
3 

13 
3 
3 
2 
10 

3 

3 
3 


d. 




1 

2 


8. 

3 

8 
6 
4 
2 
5 

3 

14 
3 
3 
2 
10 

3 
3 
3 

4 


d. 


Alwin Childe 




*Jno. Casie 




*Rich d Critchly 








*Goodm. Collins 








D. 


1 






2 


*Jerimiah Dumer . . 


















E. 
*Mr. Eueden 




*Tho. Edsall 




*Joseph Emerson 








F. 














18 


8 




12 


9 




1 


6 
5 
10 

8 
2 
10 
3 

3 

7 




1 


7 

8 
2 
10 
3 

3 

6 




Jno. Frost .... 






G. 

*\Vm Gilbert 








*Enoch Greenleif .... 




*Edwdgoodwin 




H. 




*Elisba Hutchinson . 





APPENDIX. 

No. 5. Continued. 



51 







TOWNB. 




( 


30UNTRIE 




H. Continued. 





8. 

13 


d. 





8. 
14 


d. 






10 














4 






4 








3 






3 




Tho Heath . 




15 










~Vf m Harrison . 




3 






3 




I 




:: *e 

3 






3 




*\ym Ingram 




16 






16 








16 






10 








3 






3 








g 






g 




K. 

*Richard Knight . . . 




10 






10 








4 






4 




*W m Kent 


1 


5 




1 


5 




IN 




15 






15 








3 






3 




















11 


5 




*9 


10 




M. 

Tho Mattson Junior 




3 






3 




*Simeon Messenger 




4 






4 








13 






14 






2 






2 










3 






3 




*Sam u Marshall 




3 






3 








4 






4 








4 






4 




*Fransis Morse 




4 






4 








g 






8 




*Mr Mosely . . 


1 












*George Munck 




3 






3 



















Country rate adds 9.0. 



52 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

List No. 5. Continued. 







TOWNB. 




( 


/OUNTBIE 





Jtt. Continued. 





8. 

8 


d. 





. 

8 


d. 






2 






2 




jr. 




6 






6 








8 






3 








5 






5 




0. 




15 






5 














4 




p. 










4 








6 






6 








3 






3 


















Elazer phillips . . . . . 




5 






5 








13 






14 








3 






3 








3 






3 






















10 






5 








3 






3 




















11 


2 




*9 


19 




R. 










4 






















6 






5 




Cristopher Read . 




3 






3 




S. 
*Anthony Stodard 


4 






4 








2 






2 






Epbraim Sauage . 




g 






6 








6 






6 



















* Country rate adds 9.09. 



APPENDIX. 

List No. 5. Continued. 



53 





TOWNK. 


COUNTBIE. 


S. Continued. 





8. 

8 
8 

5 
10 

2 

4 
15 

7 


d. 




1 

1 

1 

1 

*18 
12 
9 
9 


8. 

8 
8 
10 
5 
6 

2 
4 

5 
15 
6 
10 

4 

10 
10 
8 
2 
15 
2 
5 
3 

3 


d. 

f 






*Sampson Sheaff 


2 
1 


*Capt Sauage 




T. 














1 






15 
6 
10 

4 

10 
10 
8 
2 
16 
2 
6 
3 




*John Tailor 












W. 

*James WMtconib . . 


2 
2 


*Richard \Vharton. . . 


[Illegible] 


F " 1 . 




*Jno Wing 




*\ym 'Worster . . . 














1 






3 




foil 




23 
18 
11 
11 


19 
8 
5 
2 




4 
19 
10 
18 




2 






64 


14 




50 


11 





*Adds 18 5. 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



PRELIMINARY LIST, DIVISION No. 5. 1674. 

There is also a Preliminary List of names for this division. 
Such as are found on the Tax List also are marked with a star on 
each list. It is subscribed as follows : 

" Herein is contained the name of the Males now living in my 
Squadron, p. me Jacob gesson Constable in Boston, rateable 
According to law." 

Masters of Famylyes. 



*Peter Golding 
*Thomas Peck seni r 
"John Peck 
*Tho. Peck 
*Williara Ingrah. 
*Theod re Atkinson 
*Sam u Roy all 
*M r . Joshua Atwater 
""Jonathan Jaxon 

John Noyse 

Mr. Lisrum. 

Mr. Phelps. 

Tho. Shipscut 
*Goodman Collins 
*Benja. Bishop 

Tho. Rawlins 

James Hill 
*John Wing 

Joseph Marshall 
*James Alliston 

Isaac Rat (see No. 117 on p. 47.) 

* Sam 11 Johnson 
*Sam u Marshall 

John Clough 
*Ephraini Kempthorn 
Mr. John Jolliffe 
Sam 1 Winslow 

* William Hawkins 
*Tho. Smith 

Captaine Johnson 
*Jeames Meares 
*Tho. Cox 

*Mr. Anthony Stodard 
*Tho. Baker. 

Richard Burges 
*Enock Greenliffe 
*John Tappin 

* Ralph Cart r . 
*Edward Shippin 
*Capt. Tho. Sauage 
*Ephraim Sauage 
*Capt. Will Dauis 
*fathergon dingly 
*Ephraim Turner 
*John Turner 
Trancis Mosse 



*Tho. Edsall 
*Goodman Goodwin 
*Deacon Brackit 
*John Taylor 
*Williara Gilbert 
*John Sandys 

William Pollard 
*Sam 11 Pollard 
*Will. Worcester. 
*Rich d Mosly 

Bartholmew Suttons 
*Zach. Phillips 
*John Woodmansey 
*William Dean 

Henry Pease 

Peter Townsends 
*Robert Orchard 
*Doct r Euerdens 
*John Man 

* James Whitcombe 
*John Fairewether 
*Rich d Wharton 
*Simon Rogers 
*Goodman Tite 
*Goodman Brown 
*Arthur Mason 
*Joseph Porter 

* Edward Porter 
Elisha Sanford 

*Elisha Hutchison 
John Hubbard 

* Richard Knights 
*Isaac Addington 
*Casey the Taylor 

* William Kent 
*Benja. Negus 
*Nicholas Page 
*Mr. Moore 
"Jonathan Woodbury 

* Humphry Dauis 
*Pen Townsend 
*Mr. Howard, Notary 

* Jeremiah Bumsted 
*Sam 11 Legg 
*John Howard 
*Simeon Messenger 



APPENDIX. 



55 



*Rich. Crichly 
*Sam 11 Minot 
Joseph Dennis 
* Jeremiah Dummer 



*Robert Butch r 
*Jabez Negus, Carpent 
*Humphry Hodges 



Servants 



Tho. Woodnet 
Tho. Alliston 
Nicholas Grey 
Edw. Rainsford 
John Watkins 
John Heuen 
Caleb Jones 
John Lowell 
Abiell Euerell 
William Sumner 
Joseph Kenton 
Peter West 
John Hams 
William Pashly 



Thomas Hunt 
Aaron Stephens 
Robert Barbell 
Abrah. Blush 
John Eires 
Uominick Bodkin 
Jonothan Francklin 
John Coney 
John Brook 
Joseph Dendy 
Richard Tally 
Sam 11 Davis 
Gamalill Rogers 



Sojourn 6 



Joseph Baker 

*Benja Alford 
James Edmonds 

*Joseph Emmerson 
Tho. Hurlebury 
Thomas Collins 
Peter Lofland 

*Thomas Benditch 



Mr. Moletts 

Jono. Parker 
*George Munck 

Mr. Herring 

Mr. Bering 
*Samson Sheaf 
*Henry Allen 
*(16) Josiah Allen 



Joshua Attwater 
Anthony Stoddard 
Simeon Stoddard 
Enoch Greenlif 



Sons 



Joseph Tappin 
Benja. Dauis 
Eleazer Phillips 
Simon Rogers 



56 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Muddy River. 1674. 



" MUDDY RIVBB RATE TOR 74." 




TOWNE. 




< 


COUNTRY 




John White senior . . . .... 





8. 
14 


d. 





8. 
13 


d. 






7 






7 








3 






3 




Richard Woolfor . . . 




3 






3 


















Edward Kibbie 




3 






3 








g 






g 




Clement Corbin . .... 




3 






3 








6 






g 








6 






6 








16 






16 








g 






g 








3 






3 








3 






3 






* 


4 






4 




Jos White . . . . . . 




3 






3 








3 






3 




Sam. Duncan* 




3 






3 








g 






g 








4 






4 




Tho. Woodard 




3 






3 








o 






o 








3 






3 




Ben. Child 




4 






4 








4 






4 








3 






3 








2 






2 






















3 






3 








3 






3 



































* Against Duncan is written : " poor and abated two sh " 

f Against Wilson is written: " gon, and but 8 Accers meddow y' he is owner of in 
ye town." 



APPENDIX. 



57 



Muddy River. 1674. Continued. 



"MUDDY RIVER RATE FOB 74." 


TOWNE. 


COUNTRY. 







8. 

3 
4 
3 
3 
6 
3 

2 
2 
2 


d. 





8. 

3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 

2 
2 
2 


d. 


























W m Davis . . . . . . 








John Alexander 








8 


15 




8 


15 






3 






3 












2 







2 




To abate out of this rate for men gon 
& poor 15s Od 







58 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



PRELIMINARY LIST. MUDDY RIVER. 1674. 

There is also a Preliminary List written in a very difficult hand, 
commencing as follows : 

" Y e namse of y e inhabitants of muddi river taken yis. 21 of August, 1674, 
as yey are ratable for age." 



The following 20 names are not on the Tax List, or this list 
adds some information thereto, the latter marked with a star : 

*John Whit senior, and a serv*. 

Jamse Clarke senior 

Edward Milse 

Benjamin Whit living with his father. 
*John Ackars 

Nathaniel Stidman [N. Wilson occupies the corresponding place on the Tax 

List.] 

*Timothi Harris at his owne hand [farme?] 
*Erassaman Drue at his owne hand 

Daniel Harris with his father 

Jamse Clarke junior, servant to Thomas gardiner senior 

Robart grundi servant to Peeter Aspinwall 

Ephrim Child with his father 
*Rodgar Addams at his owne hand 

Joseph Pembarton servant to Thomas gardiner, Junior. 

John Clarke with his father. 

Josias Winchester with his father 

Joseph [ ] servant to thomas gardiner, senior 

John Hudson servant to Thomas gardiner, Junior 

John Semison servant to Andru gardiner 

John Corbin with his father. 

Thomas Milse servant to Jamse Pembarton. 

William Pecocke servant to Jamse Pembarton 

William Willis servant to Joseph Whit. 

Obediah Wheatton servant to thomas gardiner, senior 
*John Clarke living at bucmasters (?) farme 
*Simon Gatse at Mester Scottose farme. 

Isacke Wilson servant to John whit, Junior 

John Case servant to Thomas gardiner senior. 



APPENDIX. 



59 



Rumney Marsh. 1674. 



" RUMNEY MABSH RATE FOB 74." 




TOWNS. 




( 


JOTTNTRY 









8. 
16 


d. 





8. 
16 


d. 


Jno Tothill 


1 






1 






James Bill 


1 


5 




1 


g 








10 






10 




Ellas Maverick 




12 






12 




Jno Doolitle . 




17 






17 








16 






16 








8 






8 








7 






7 




W m Ireland 




g 






8 








7 






7 








16 






16 








3 






3 








9 






9 






















7 






7 








3 






3 








16 






16 








3 






3 








3 






3 








3 






3 








3 






3 








3 






3 














4 




























4 








3 






3 








2 






2 








2 






2 




C. Savages fanne that was Mr Parkers 




6 






6 






12 


1 




12 


1 





60 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



TAX LIST. 1G76. 

The documents next in date are four sheets out of six, com- 
prising the valuation of Boston in 1676. The summary on sheet 
six shows that sheets one and five are missing. The individuals 
on the lists number 



on p. 



3, 
4, 
6, 



74 
66 
66 
19 



225 and the other two sheets would give 
about one hundred and fifty names more, or three hundred and 
seventy-five heads of families. The tax calls for eight hundred 
and fifty-three heads, a discrepancy hard to explain if the plan of 
enumeration be the same as that in use in 1687, in which few 
persons were taxed for more than one "head" in each family. 
It is therefore probable that in the taxation of u heads" in 1676, 
the list for which is lacking, the minors, servants, etc., were 
assessed to the real head of the famil} 7 . 

It will be observed that the arrangement of these sheets is not 
by the local divisions ; at least we do not find all of division one, 
two, or three, in consecutive order. 

Sheet No. 2. 



2. 1676. 


11 


8 1 

ri 


w 


1 
1 


ft 

03 


00 


1 


N 






30 












40 


Widdow Willis & her son . . 




40 
20 















30 


Clement Grosse 




60 






10 






20 




60 


50 




8 


8 


50 




60 






60 












60 


Thadeus Macartie 
















40 






20 












10 






50 


3 


1 








20 


Mrs. Poundinge 




30 












20 


Mrs. Lindall 




20 


















60 






























100 






30 












10 


William Hawkins, Sen'- . . . 


2 


40 


1 













50 
100 



APPENDIX. 



61 



1676. Sheet No. 2. Continued. 



2. 1676. 


Lands. 
Acres. 


Houses 
& 
Wharfes. 


Horses. 


! 


o 
a 

E 

OQ 


m 


A 




s 


* Thomas Ofield 




30 












20 






SO 


















10 














Rob* Weight 




10 














Mrs. Cooke, widdowe . . . 


2 


50 




1 














50 












50 






200 












50 






300 




1 








100 






100 


1 


1 








30 






200 


1 


1 








150 






50 




2 














20 












30 






30 


1 


2 








20 


John Densdall 




20 


















15 






















1 








60 


John Greenliflfe 




10 














Nathaniell Bishope 




20 




2 












00 


10 
















00 


10 
















000 


100 












100 


Jonathan Bridgham '. . . . . 


000 


050 


1 


2 








70 






50 












70 


















50 


John Win^e ........ 




200 




1 








080 


Mrs. Welthian Richards . . . 




20 


















80 












30 






200 












50 






80 












30 






60 












30 


Mrs Sarah Olliuer 


2 


150 


1 


1 








60 






100 




1 








40 






50 












100 






100 












50 


Joseph Gillam 




60 












40 






50 


1 


1 








30 


Richard Pateshall . 
















20 



62 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 
1676. Sheet No. 2. Continued. 



2. 1676. 


Lands. 
Acres. 


4 
1*1 

a & 


Horses. 


Cowes. 


1 

02 


jjj 

GQ 


1 




H 
























10 






























50 







10 




i 














100 




2 






60 


40 






30 




2 








20 


Peter Till 




10 




1 










Josiah Belch 1 




10 




2 














300 




1 








100 






15 




1 














10 




1 










William Holla way 




20 




1 










Steephen Butler 




20 














Richard Hollingshead ... 




20 












5 






10 


















20 


















30 


















20 


































66 


3,690* 


11 


39 


18 


50 


60 


2,175 



1676. Sheet No. 3. 





Lands. 
Acres. 


Houses. 


i 


d! 

o 


| 

OQ 


f 


CD 

1 


1 


Mr. Thomas Kellond .... 




100 


i 










100 






20 












10 






100 


i 


1 











Widdow Scarlett 




100 




1 














20 


















30 












10 


Humphry Warren 




150 










50 


50 






40 












30 


Daniell Stone . 




30 












30 





















This item adds 3,700 on the original. 



APPENDIX. 

1676. Sheet No. 3. Continued. 



63 



3. 1676. 


1i 
33 


Houses. 


i 

1 


1 

a 


02 


i 
& 


I 

3 


H 






20 














Widdow Kemball .... 




60 


















40 




i 










James Bill . . . 


150 


20 


3 


18 


20 


200 


ooo 




Deane Winthrop . 


120 


20 


2 


12 


10 


200 






John Tuttle 


140 


20 


3 


12 


20 


150 








40 


20 


1 


6 


5 


30 






Cornett Halty 


40 


20 


1 


6 


5 


40 






Henry Greene 


20 


10 


1 


2 


5 


10 










100 














Samuell Mattucks 




10 
30 





1 







. 









150 




1 














10 


















10 


















10 


















40 




2 










William Talbutt 




20 


















10 


















10 














-Vym Whitwell 




40 














W m Walters 




30 




1 














40 







3 












20 


















10 


















40 


















40 














Joseph Dill 




30 


















50 




1 














200 


1 


1 








1 






40 














Loyonell Wheately 




30 












i 


Widdow Marshall 




10 














Hus;h Drewry 




40 




1 








j 


William Daws 




10 














Ambrose Daws ... . 




10 














John Inglesby 




10 














Peter Warnes . , 




10 















50 



40 
100 



64 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 
1676. Sheet No. 3. Continued. 



3. 1676. 


Lands. 
Acres. 


J 


i 


I 


a 
I 


f 

i 




i 


1 


Widdow Milum 




20 














William Browne ' . 




90 


















90 


















10 


















50 












50 


Jobn Baffin 




60 


i 


1 








50 






20 


















100 


i 


1 






50 


100 


Thomas Edwards 




60 


















20 












20 


Hope Allin 




40 












20 






10 














Pilgrim Simpkins 




10 
10 





















20 












20 


John Hall 




20 












20 






10 


















20 












60 






10 


































510 


2,550 


16 


69 


74 


630 


50 


1,050 



1676. Sheet No. 4. 



4. 1676. 


OD rf 

o2 

S3 


Houses. 


Horses. 


1 


1 

ft 

00 


! 

CD 


J2 
3 


1 


Edward Lilly ........ 




40 












50 






10 


















100 












50 


Isack Woody 




10 


















60 


















20 














William English 
















30 


















30 


Robert Brimsden . 




30 












20 



APPENDIX. 



65 



1676. Sheet No. 4. Continued. 



4. 1676. 


, Lands. 
Acres. 


Houses. 


Horses. 


I 




1 


S 




.3' 


i 


Christopher Clark 




100 












40 






30 


















40 












30 






20 












20 






80 












50 






10 






























20 


William Long 




20 












20 






50 




1 








50 






40 




1 








10 






20 




1 














10 
















2 


30 














William Kirby 




10 


















40 












30 






100 


2 


4 


4 












30 












20 






20 












30 






10 














Mrs Scoggans farme 
Elder Wiswalls farme .... 
Mrs Newgates farme 


500 
250 
100 


40 
30 
20 


2 
4 

2 


10 
14 

8 


10 
12 
6 


40 
40 
40 







Elias Maverick 


20 


20 


1 


6 


6 


20 








20 


20 


2 


4 


6 


20 






[torn] Gardner 


30 


30 


1 


6 


6 


16 






Mrs Cottons farme 


40 


30 


1 


6 


6 


6 








15 


15 


1 


4 


4 










10 


10 


2 


2 


4 








Henry Stevens 


10 


10 


1 


2 


3 










6 


5 


1 


3 


3 










7 


8 


1 


4 


5 










7 
















Aaron Way 


10 


20 


2 


g 


g 


10 






Thomas Townsen for Arthur 


40 


10 














John Bennett 


30 


30 


1 


10 


5 












50 















CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 
1676. Sheet No. 4. Continued. 



4. 1676. 


Lands. 
Acres. 


Houses. 


Horses. 


1 
o 
O 


o 
1 


& 

I 


A 

1 


.2 






40 














Liet* John Smith * . 


60 


30 


2 


g 


g 


40 








40 


10 


1 


6 


10 


6 








60 


20 


2 


8 


g 










30 


10 




g 


6 












100 


















40 












40 






20 












40 






10 


















100 












100 






60 












80 






10 


















20 












12 






100 












50 






40 












30 






10 














David Addams 




10 














"Wlddow Plaice 




10 














Jno Nicolls 




20 












10 






30 














Timothy Prout seni r . * 




30 














Timothy Proutjuni' 1 .... 




20 
10 















10 






















1,297* 


l,928f 


29 


132J 


118 


238 





872 



1676. Sheet No. 6. 



6. 1676. 


i 


i 


1 

w 


1 


1 

&Q 


A 

1 

QQ 


| 

i 


3 


"W m Greenou^h . 




80 












50 






80 












50 






20 














Nathaniell Robinson 
Mr Cotter 




20 
30 





































* Adds 1,287 in orig. 



t Adds 2,028 in orig. 



Adds 122. 



APPENDIX. 

1676. Sheet No. 6. Continued. 



67 



6. 1070. 


1 


Houses. 


Horses. 


i 

s 


1 

QQ 


f 
1 


i 


H 






60 










50 




Widdow Walker 




40 


















30 














Michaell Martin 




5 


















60 














John Winsly 




60 


















10 














[ ] Barrell ' . . . 




20 














T Irisford . 




100 












50 


F ? Gallup. 1 . 




20 


















20 


















10 














Lieutenant Willis 




100 




l 










Peter Sergant 
















150 




















No 6 




765 




1 






50 


300 




87 


2 504 


25 


39 


7 






960 


"4 


1 297 


1 928 


29 


132 


118 


238 




872 




510 


2,550 


16 


69 


74 


630 


50 


1 050 


2 


66 


3 690 


11 


39 


18 


50 


60 


2,175 


1 


862 


6 590 


29 


108 


38 


606 


100 


3 930 






















2,822 


18,027 


111 


388 


255 


1,524 


260 


9,287 



BOSTON y e 30 th August Anno 1676 

The valuation of kinds, houses, estates &c of y e towne of Bos- 
ton, taken y e day & yeare above written, & contained in these 6 
sides of paper viz. 4 

s. d. 

Estates at l d pr . 138 10 

Heads 853 at 20 d pr head 711 8 



Summa totalis 





209 



d. 

6 



209 2 6 



THOMAS SAVAGE Co E iss r 
JOHN JOYLIFFE 
THO: BRATTLE 
JAMES OLIVER 
JOHN LAKE 
DANIEL TURELL 



68 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Tax List for 1681. (Imperfect.) 

The next document is a tax list for 1681, of which we find the 
greater part, viz., divisions or precincts Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8, 
and Rumney Marsh. The missing parts are for precincts Nos. 1 
and 6, and Muddy River. 

It has not seemed necessary to print the amount of the tax paid 
by each person, as the original can always be consulted to afford 
this information about the individuals not named in the preceding 
lists. 



1681. DIVISION No. 2. 



Endorsed "No 2. 
rates. December 12- 



Major Clarkes Comp a . rated to 3 Country 
1681." 



A. Nathaniell Addams sen? 
Dauid Addams 
Jonathan Addams 
Abraham Addams 

W m Andrews 
Jn Auger 
Beniamin Alford 
Joseph Arnald 
Jn Afters 

Widdow Andersonne 
George Andrews 

B. George Burrell 
Thomas Bishop 
Beniamin Breeme 
Thomas Barnett 
Jn Barnett 
widdow Brumell 
Hugh Babell 
W m Bowers 

Jno Buttler 
Jn Boaden 
Nathaniell Bank 
Elishar Blake 
Henery Batcheler 

C. Robt. Cox 
Joseph Cawly 
Maior Tho. Clarke 
Jn Cleauesby 
Jn Coomer 

Jno Creazy 
Robt Castle 
W m Cundy 
widdow Cushin 
Rob 1 Cumby 
Jn Clarke Docter 
Ralph Carter 
Elias Callender 
Jno. Chickly 
Jno. Childe 
Jn. Clapp 
widdow Cox 
Tho. Cooper 



Preserue Callicott 
Richard Callicott 
George Cable 
dauid Copp 

D. Edmund Dorr 
Richard drake 
James Dowell 
Siluanus Dauis 
Andrew Doleberry 
Robt. Darby 
Beniamin Duning 
W m dick 
Henery Dawson 

E. Richard English 
Henry Emms 
Siluester Euely 
Dauid Edwards 
Sam 11 Emins 
James English 
W m Euerdon 
Jn Endicoate 
Beniamin Elkins 

F. Tho. Fox 
Sam 11 Flack 
W m Fox 

[Jno. Farnam sen r ] "I . 
[Jacob Farnside] J } Era8ed - 
Jno. Farnside 

M r Jn Ford at m r Rob 1 How- 
ards. 

G. Edward Goodwin 
Jn Goff 

Jn Ghee 

widdow Gallop margett 

Mary Gallop 

Sam 11 Gallop 

Jn Gardner paynter 

Lott Gordin 

widdow Greenough 

Abraham Gordin 



APPENDIX. 





Henery Greene 


Jn Pamer 




Jn Greene 


William Penny 




m r Tho. Gibson 


George Puglis 




Peter Ghee 


Phillip Prance 






Joseph Pearce 


H. 


Capt Elisha Hutchinson 


deacon Jn Phillips 




Anthony Howard 


Moses Pearce 




James Hallsey 


Jn Pitcher 




W m Harris 






Robt. Howard 


R. Thomas Rapier 




George Henly 


Caleb Rawlins 




JnHall 


Joshua Rawlins 




Jn Harwood 


William Rowse 




James Howard 






docto r w in Hewes at Rob* How- 


S. Jabes Salter 




ards 


Daniell Stone 




Thomas Hamelton 


Jn Scate 




John Hosker 


Jn Sweete 






Jn Search 


I. 


Joseph Jacksonne 


Phillip Squire 




John Jenkins 


widdow Saxton 






w ni Somner 


K. 


Thomas Kemble 


Joseph Shaw 




Arthur Kine 


W m Snell 




John Kiene 


Amos Steuens 




W m Kent 


Jn Starr 




Jn Keetch 


Sam 11 Stocker 






Jn Stanbridge 


Lu 


Tho. Lee 


Peter Sampson 




m r Humphry Liscum 


Richard Simmons 




w m Laman at Caleb Rawlins 








T. William Towers 


M. 


Thomas More 


Alee Thomas 




Jacob Mason 


Dan 11 turrell jun r 




Jn Measure 


Joseph Turell 




Jn More 


Joseph Townsend 




Edward Maltirnore 


William Turner 




widdow Munioy 


Jn Trow 




Jn mellows 


m r Dan 11 turrell sen r 




Richard Middlecutt 


Richard trauis 




Arthur Moser 


widdow Turrell 




Robt. More 






Edmund Mumford 


W. Jn Williams, Boat 




W m Mumford 


mrs. mehettabell Warren 






Widdow Winsley 


N. 


Thomas Narramore 


Ad dam Winthrop 




W m Norton 


Richard Way 




Thomas Newman 


Richard West 




Jn Nick 


Jn Williams Butcher 




George Newby 


Thomas Wells 




Jn Nickols 


Jn Wakefield 






Obttdiah Wakefield 


0. 


m r Jn Oliuer 


Andrew Willett 






Joseph Welden 


P. 


Jn Playstead 


Steuen Werendunk 




Tymothy Prout sen* 


Tnomas West 




Joseph Prout 






Jn Place 


Y. Timothy Yeales 



70 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



1681. DIVISION No. 3. 



No. 3. Capt. Daniel Hinksman's Compaq." 



A. 


John Alden 


John Gwin 1 




John Alcock 


Isacke Grose 


B. 


Joseph Bateman 


H. Samuel Holman 




John Boulter 


Michail Holmes 




Joseph Bateman 


Thomas Harris 




William Bryan 


John Humlocke 




Thomas Blaskfeild 


George Hawlet 




Dauid Basset 


Thomas Hatherly 




John Balintyne 


Joseph How 




Richard Brookes 


Henry Harris 




George Briggs 


widdow Hall 




John Baker 


William Harrison* 




William Browne, Esq r 


Ambros Hunnywel 




John Benjamine 


Edward Hunlocke 




Edward Bromefeild 


Joseph Hillier 




John Barber 








I. Joseph Johnson 


C. 


Joseph Clarke 


John Jackson 




John Cony seni r 


Gaudie James 




Jophn Carney 


Samuel Jackson 




John Cooke 


Samuel Jenkins 




Thomas Cooke 


John Johnson 




Henry Carter 






John Courser 


K. Richard Knight 




Isacke Cousens 






John Cottey 


li. Widdow Lake 




Mathew Collens 


William Longe 




James Cooke 


Philip Langdon 




Richard Cheeuers 


Abram Leatherbridge 




John Carthew 


John Levitt 






Edward Lylly 


D. 


John Davis 


William Lane Jun r 




Robert Day 






Thomas Dauis 


M. Widdow Milelam 




Giles Dyer 


Samuel Mattocks 




Benjamin Dyer 


Peter Munings 




William Drene [Drane?] 


Henry Mattockes 




John Dyer 


John Mellows 




Leonard Dowden 


John Messinger 




John Dickerson 


Hugh Mallagan 




Stiles Drarie 


Daniel Mathews 






Samuel Mattockes Jun r 


E. 


Robert Emons 






James Eueril 


N. Samuel Naney 




William Euans 


Widdow Naney 




Thomas Eliot 


Andrew Newcombe 


F. 


Francis Foxcrafte 


P. Elizabeth Phipany 




John Foster 


Job Preince 




John Farniside 


William Paulfrye 




Jacob Farniside 








R. Samuel Rugles 


G. 


John Giles 


Joseph Kocke 




John Ginison 


John Rix 




Thomas Grose 


William Rawson 



* Against the name of Harrison or Hunnywel is written " body maker." 



APPENDIX. 



71 



S. Constant Sames 
John Somes 
Joseph Sade 
Thomas Savage 
Pilgrim Simkins 
Thomas Standberry 
Samuel Syndale 
William Smith 
John Sandie 
Thomas Shepard 
John Smith 
John Smith 
Benjamin Sandie 
Joseph Sandie 

T. William Tomline 



Henry Tomson 

John Veringe 
John Underwood 
Jn Yousell 



W. Widdow Walker 
Joshuah Winsor 
William Whitewel 
William Waters 
Henry Wheler 
John Wally mariner 
[William Warren] 
John Whalely 
Natha. Williams 



1681. DIVISION No. 4. 
" No. 4. Maior Sauag his Company." 



A. John Allcock 
Edward Allen 

B. Thomas Baker 
Nathanell Barton 
Stephen Broof 
Jeams Buttler 
Jeams Burgis 
Thomas Bridges 
Phillip Bulles 
Tho. Boult 

Jno. Briggs 
Jarues Bollard 
Dauid Bassett 
Thomas Barnes 
Jams Barton 
Tho. Buries 
Samuell Bedwell Jun r 
Moses Bradford 
Mr. Brinly at M r Lloyds 

C. Christopher Clark 
Josiah Cobham Senio r 
Josiah Cobham Juni r 
Bartho. Cheuers 
Nicholas Caruar 
Anthony Chicklie 
Samuell Clarke 
Frances Cooke 
William Clough 
James Cooke 
Mathew Collens 
Edward Creeke 
Joshua Cobham 

D. Thomas Duer 
Roger Dubleday 



William Dawes 
Widdow Dowse 
Samson Duer 
Ambrose daues 

E. George Eliston 
Thomas Edwards 
Beniamin Emons 
Jn Edes 

F. JohnFoy 
Richard Fesie 
Danuell Fairfeild 
Widdow Fitch 

G. W T illiam Gibson 
Jabob Gullie 
William Grigs 
Nathenuell Green 
Edward Grach 

H. George Hucheson 
Tho. Hunt 
Tho. Hitchborne' 
Jeams Hakens 
Thomas Harward 
Tho. Hollman 
John Hill 
Ann Huntt 
Will Haberfeild 
Samuell Haward 
William Harris 



J. 



Samuel Jackline 
Richard Joanes 
Henry Ingram 



K. Richard Knight 



72 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92 



Li. James Loyd 
William Lambe 

Ml. Denis Mackdanuell 
Jeames Marshall 
Henry Mills 
Joshua Mattson 
Samuel Matocks 
George Mather 

K. George Nick 
Andrew Neal 
Edward North 
Jn Nellson 

O. Euen Owne 

P. Thomas Platts 

Thomas Pemberton 
George Person 
John Peas 
William Parsons 
Ralp Phillips 

B. John Ruguls 

Samuel Rauenscroft 
Abraham Row 

8. Robert Shelton 
Edward Shapplie 
Jn Saffen 



Richard Steuens 
George Sigsworth 
William Sidnam 
John Skiner 
Samson Stoder 
Widdow Scotto 

T. John Tucker 

Thomas Thacher 
Barthol. Threenedles 
Will. Thornton 
Edward Tarling 
William Taylor 
James Taylor 

V Roger Vickers 
Richard Veasey 

W. John Wing 
Isaac Woodie 
Nicho. Willmott 
Samuell Walker 
Jeams Webster 
Return Waite 
Tho. Wattkins 
Isaac Walker 
Joshep Wise 
Richard Williams 
William Wright 
Benia Walker 
George Wright 



1681. DIVISION No. 5. 



"No. 5. Capt Hutchinsons Company." 



A. Bozoon Allen 
Mathew Atkins 

B. Thomas Barber 
Thomas Biddle 
Mannaseth Becke 
Natha. Byfeild 
Joseph Belknap 
Jeremiah Bunsteed 
Ric d Buckley 
Stephen Burton* 
Larance Bowles 
James Bronding 
John Baker 
James Barnes 
Henry Bartholomew 
Thomas Brattle 
Samuel Bighton 
William Bryon 
Henry Butterfield 

C. Henry Corbin 



Samuel Chickly 
Richard Crisp 
John Conny Junio 1 
Edward Crocket 
Thomas Clarke 

D. John Drake 
John Dosset 
Joseph Dauis 
George Danson 
Humphry Dauy Esq r 
Widdow Dudson 

JE. George Edmonds 
Edward Euens 
Rob' Earle 
George Ebrone 

F. Jeremiah Fitch 
John Frost 
John Faireweather 
James Franklin 



* Badly blotted. 



APPENDIX. 



73 



G. Dauid Gefferys 
Peter Golden 
John Glouer 
Habbacuk Glouer 
Enock Greenleafe Jun r 
Jeremy Green 

H. John Hacket 
Robert Howard 
John Haywarde 
Eliakim Huchhinson 
William Hawkins (doc?)* 
Henry Harwood 
Thomas Higinson 
William Hawkins 
Edward Hutchinson 

J. Alxander Johnson 
Roger Judd 
Francis Johnson 

K. John Keene 
William Kilcup 

LJ. Symond Lynde 
Hutson Leuerit 
Samuel Legg 
Charles Lane 
Samuel Lynde 
Mary Lyndale 

M. Henry Messinger 
Thadeus Macktie 

N. Robert Noakes 
Benjamin Negoose 

I*. Ebenezer Pearse 
William Porter 



James Pemerton 
Samuel Plomer 
James Parker sen r 
James Parker Jun r 
mr. Puckle 
Widdow Pounding 

K. John Rowlinson 
William Robey 
M r Rucke 

S. Thomas Skinner 
John Sharpe 
Joseph Smith 
Thomas Sanforde 
Ephraim Saile 
Thomas Smith 
John Surgent 
Samuel Shrimpton 

T. John Twinge 
Nicholas Tribbie 
Ezaiah Toye 
Margret Thatcher 
George Tomson 
Old M r Toye 

U. John Usher 

W. Samuel Warren 
Daived Walesby 
Isacke Waldrone 
John Woodmansey 
Thomas Walker 
Cap 1 Wintrope 
John Wilkinson 
Joseph Webb 
Experience Willis 
Henry Wolue 



1681. DIVISION No. 7. 
" No. 7. Capt Jn Wallyes Company." 



A. Jeames Andrews 
Theoder Adkinson 
Mathew Abdey 

Thomas Allerton 

B. James Boone 
Jonathan Bridgham 
Joseph Bridgham 
Nathaniell Barnes 
Jonathan Balston Jun r 
Charles Blinko 
William Browne 
Sam 11 Bridge 

Jn. Balstone 



Roger Billing 

Thomas Bligh sen r 

Tho. Bligh Jun r 

Sam 11 Bligh 

Thomas Bingly 

John Bwige 

Sam 11 Bignell 

Thomas Beard 

Nathaniell Bishop 

W m Busway 

Jn Bull 

Roger Burgis 

Timothy Batts estate 

Jn Balston son to James Balston 



* An abbreviated word, not very legible. 



74 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Jn Baker 
Rob 4 Butcher 

C. Widow Cocke 
William Clarke 
Timothy Clarke 
Jn Crosse 

Jn Clough 

Moses Collier 

Nath 11 Colston at M r Harrises 

D. Jn Dinsdell 
Addam Dinsdell 
W m Dinsdell 
Edward Drinker 
Ambrose Dew 
Nath 11 Dew 
Simon Daniell 
Joseph Day 
Hugh Druery 
Edward Dauis 

E. Henery Ellis 
Jn Emitt 
Francis East 
Sara 11 East 

F. Nath 11 Fox 
Beniamin Franklin 
W m Fisher 
James Flood 
Arthur Furman 
Steuen Fielder 

O. Thomas Grecian 
Jn Griffon 
Jn Greenlieff 
Joseph Gridley 
Jn Goodin 
Tho. Gutteridge 
Widdow Gill 
Richard George 

H. James Hill 

Widdow Haugh 
James Herington 
Thomas Harris 
Richard Harris 
Humphry Hussell 
Jn Hughes 
Jn Harwood 
W m Hoare 
Jn Harris 
Thomas Hill 
Jn Harrison sen r 
John Hill 
Ephraim hall 

J. John Jolliff 

Richard Jackson 
Jn Ireland 
Jn. Joanes 
Maditt Ings 
Sam 11 Ings 



K. Fetter King 
William King 

Lu James Landon 
dau : d Landon 
Henery Lamshead 
Henery Lowder 

M. Sam 11 Marshall 
Jn Marsh Currier 
Beniamin Montford 
Henery Montford 
Rob* Mason 
Jeames Meares 
Jn March Butcher 
Jn Mirrian sen r 
Jn Mirrian Jun r 
Isack Mirrian 
Sam 11 Mirrian 
Jn Matrone 
James Maxwell 

N. W m Needham 

O. Widdow Olliuer & 
Nathaniell Olliuer 
Rob 1 Orchard 

P. Humphry Parsons 
Joseph Parsons 
Jn Poole 
Thomas Peck Jun r 
Richard Pattishall 
W m Phillips 
Sam 11 Phillips 
Joseph Phillips 
Nehemiah Pierce 
Sam 11 Pierce 
W m Pollard sen r 
Abell Porter Jun r 
Jn Pinchon 
Joseph Pinchon 
Hugh Perrin 
Hugh Price 
M r Parris 

R. Thomas Rawlins 
Joshua Rice 
Thomas Robbinson 
Nath 11 Reynolds 
Edward Right shomaker 
Thomas Rootes 

S. Thomas Smith 
Steuen Sergeant 
Hanah Sharpe widdow 
Jno Shaw 
Sauell Simson 
Peter Searieant 
Abraham Spencer 
Bartholomew Sutton 
Thomas Spowell 
Joseph Stocker 
Benia. Smith Jun r 



APPENDIX. 



75 



Richard Scate 
Aron Steuens 
Henery Steuens 
Sampson Sheaffe 
Widdow Saxton 
Thomas Staplefford 
Ebenezer Starr 

T. Arthur Tanner 
Jn? Temple 
Josiah Tory 
Nath 11 Thare 
Peter townsend 
W m troute 
dauid Thomas 
Sam 11 tjly 
"Mr. John Bolt omitted before.' 



W. Cap 1 Jn? Wally 
Edward Winslow 
Thomas Wheeler 
Jn? Winscomb 
Jn? Wyborne 
W Willcott 
Jn? Winslow 
Thomas Wyborne 
Edward Willis 
Richard Wharton 
James Whitcombe 
Phillip Wharton 
Rob* Wright 
Wrn Wright Jun? 
Ed. Wright 



1681. DIVISION No. 8. 



No 8 Capt John Hulls Comp." 



A. 


John Allcock 


Isack Goose 




Henry Alline 


Giles Goduard 




Matliew Anger 


John Gibsonn 






William Gilbord 


B. 


Antony Blenny a malter 






Alexander backer 


H. Joseph Holmes 




Joseph Brisco 


Captaine Hull 




Widow Barnal 


John Homan 




William Backer 


James Hares 




John Blake 


Ingerman Hilgasonn 




Edward Bellcher 


Eliasar Holliocke 




Satisfection Bellcher 


Joshua Hewes 




James Ballston 


Nicklas Hasard 




John Benit 


Timothy Horton 




Josiah Bellcher sener 


*Elisabath Harisonn widow 




Josiah Bellcher juner 


Samuell Homes 




John Belcher 


Edward Hill 




Alexander Bogles 


Emalicy Holy way 


C. 


Samuell Courtes 
Edward Couell 
Joseph Couell 


J. James John senior 
[Joseph?] John Jones 




John Couell 
John Clow 
Eduard Colborne 


~Lt. James Landal 
Joshua Lanne 


D. 


William Daues 
Thomas Downes 
Ebenneser Danport 
Timothy Dwight 


M. John Masonne 
William Mideltonn 
Samuell Masonn 
Edward Miltonn 
John Molbery 


E. 


Jacob Elate 
Asaph Elate 


Nathanell Man 
William Manly 




Edward Eles 


N. John Nedora 


F. 


Theophilas Frary 


O. Elisha Oadly 


G. 


Robeart Gray 


William Obisonn 




Thomas Gent 


Peater Oadly 



*In the margin is written " Brata." 



76 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



P. Abell Porter sen 
Thomas Plimly 
Mojces Paine sene 
Moyces Paine Ju 
Seth Pery 
Thomas Pady 
John Pell 
William Paine 
Isack Peper 
John Pearce 
Samuel Peacoke 

Q. Danell Quinsie 

B. Widow Ranfort 
Dauid Kanfort 
Solomon Kanfort 
Richard Randal 

S John Shatly painter 
Justine Seawell 
Bengamen Smith 
Feare-not Shawe 
Elxsander Simsonn 



T. 



Mathyas Smith 
Samull Snow- 
Eneas Salter 
Decon Sandersonn 
Robert Sandersonn 
Richard Smith 
Widow Salter 
John Salter 

James Townend 
Hezichiath User 



W. Robeart Walker 
Joseph Wealer 
James Whight 
Samuell Walker 
Dauis Williames 
Thomas Walker 
Peater Warren 
Corneles White 
Peater Wiere 
Jonathan Wayles 
Henry Write 
William Write 



1681. RUMNEY MARSH. 



Endorsed Rumny Marsh rate December 15th 1681 " 



Elias Mavericke senior 
Elias Mavericke Junior 
Jeremiah Belsher 
John Wiswall 
Edward Tuttle 
Benj a . Mussey 
Bryan Breedon 
Teage Upbarron 
John Grover 
James Bill senior 
James Bill Junior 
John Tuttle senior 
William Harsie senior 
John Smith 
Thomas Townsend 



Samuel Townsend 

William Ustice 

Deane Winthrop 

Aron Way 

William Ireland 

John Flood for himself and the estate 

of Jn?Dolittle 
William Harsie junior 
John Burrel 
John Souter 
Paule Mavericke 
Elisha Tuttle 
Isacke Loovis [? Lewis] 
William Green & Newel 
John Tuttle 



"To the Constable of Rumny Marsh 3-011 are required in his 
ma ts name forthwith to colect of your seuerall inhabitance the 
summ of Fifty pounds nine shillings and two pence, that is to sa} r , 
twenty-nine pounds, seuenteen shillings & six pence for the use of 
y e Country by virtue of warrants from the Country Treasu r , four- 
teen pounds eighteen shillings & nine pence to be paid in mony 
without abatement and the rest of the summ to be paid in wheate 
at six shillings, Rye at four and six pence, pease, barely, and 
barel}* malt at four shillings, Indian at three shillings six pence, 



APPENDIX. 77 

and oates at two shillings p. busbell, all to be good well winowed 
& marckable Corne (noe barly to be payd after the first of Aprill), 
and \v* else is paid in the country rates besides mony & corne is 
to be paid at mony price : Provided noe leane cattle or horses be 
paid in the said rates : and the payment to be made unto the 
Country Treasu* or his assigns : and the towne rate aboue said 
amounting to the suimn of twenty pounds eleuen shillings eight 
pence, in the seuerall graine abouesaid ; and they y* pay mony is 
to haue one-quarter ptt. abated, and they that pay not in graine as 
abouesaid is to pay what else at mony price, but noe leane cattle 
or horses : the payment of the towne rate to be paid in to Thomas 
Brattle treasu* or his assignes. And hereof you are not to faile 
and for so doing this shalbe your warrant. 
" Dated in Boston the 15th of Decemb r 1681 

HENRY ALLINE 
NATHANELL GREENWOOD 
THO BRATTLE 
JOHN JOYLIFFE 
DANIEL TURELL 
THEOPH. FRARY. 

" More added by the rate of John Bennitt." 



78 CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



ALMSHOUSE RATE OF 1685. 

The following extract, from "Snow's History of Boston" 
(p. 324), will explain the cause of this tax: 

"The Old Alms House, Work House and Bridewell together 
with the Granary, were situated on Park streer. The Granary 
was a long wooden building at the corner of Common st, capable 
of containing 12,000 bushels of grain, which it was customary ior 
a committee, annually appointed by the town, to have stored in it 
for the accommodation of the poor and others who wished to pur- 
chase in small quantities, at an advance on the wholesale price not 
exceeding ten per cent. The Alms House was a two story brick 
building, in the form of an L., with a oable roof, appropriated to 
the aged and infirm poor. The Work House was a large brick 
building, 120 feet long, two stories high with a gable roof, for the 
reception of vagrant, idle and dissolute persons. Bridewell was 
contiguous to the work house and was a sort of prison for the dis- 
orderly : a part of the house was assigned to the insane." 

k4 The first proposal for an Alms house on the Town records occurs 
in Nov. J660. In Feb. 1685, a person is admitted into the Alms 
house. Dec. 16, 1682, the Alms house being burnt a new one is 
proposed: it was building June 2, 1686. The Work house was 
built in 1738." 

DRAKE adds (p. 597) that the North End market-house fell into 
disuse. " was eventually taken down, and the timber used in the 
construction of a Work-house." 

On Burgess's Map only three houses (those on the corner where 
the Tremont House stands) are depicted on the whole square en- 
closed by Beacon, Park, and Tremont streets. Yet on Bonner's 
Map of 1722, as reproduced by George G. Smith, we find several 
more houses, together with the Bridewell on Park street, and the 
Almshouse on the corner of that street and Beacon street. 

May 25, 1795, the town voted to sell all this land, and March 
23, 1801, it was sold at auction by the agents of the town. The 
corner lot where the church now stands extended 118 feet up Park 
street; then came three lots, each 78 feet long, on that street, and 
bounded by the Granary burying-ground. The next lot was 72 
feet wide, and extended back 156 feet, overlapping lot No. 3, and 
reaching-to the grave-yard. Lot No. 5 was the corner lot, 66 feet 
on Park street and 156 feet on Beacon street. Lot No. 6 was 56 
feet on Beacon street, running through to the grave-yard, and 
bounding east on the lot sold to William Phillips, and since 
covered by the Athenaeum building. 

On lot No. 6 the Misses Pa}*ne and their brother built a large 
double house with a drive-way through the centre. Lots 5 and 4 
were bought by Thomas Amory, and here he built the large double 
house which has had as tenants Samuel Dexter, Christopher Gore 
and George Ticknor. On the Park street lots have lived Judge 
Artemas Ward, Abbott Lawrence, Gov. Gardner, the Quincys, 
Warrens, and other distinguished citizens of Boston. 



APPENDIX. 



79 



TAX LISTS IN 1685. 

" Rates com'ted to 3^6 8 Constables in Bostone for collection of 
rate made for y e Almes house 



Majer Richards Comp a . 
*Cap 4 Turill 

Capt Winge 
*Capt Savage 
*Capt Hutchinson 
*Capt Townsend 

Capt Hill 

Capt Sewall . 



41 

44 
29 
37 
50 
55 
49 



8 

11 

10 
11 

6 
8 



21 .. 18 



329 .. 12 

Endorsed " Rates for ye Almes house made March 18 th , 1685." 



Separate lists for the four companies marked with a star have 
been found, and are as follows : 

" Capt. Daniell Turells List of the Rate For the worke house. 



A. 

Nathaniell Addams 
Dauid Addams 
Jonathan Addams 
Abraham Addams 
Joseph Arnold 
Thomas Ashley 

B. 

John Barneard 15 8 to pay in worke 
Thomas Bearnerd 15 s to pay in worke 
David Bassett Marrinor 

c. 

John Cleasbey 
Elias Callender 
Robert Cumbey 
John Commer promised 

D. 

Mr. Andrew Dolberry 

Beniamin Dunning 

Widdow Dowden 

Hennery Dawson subscribed 10" 

John Driuer 

E. 

William Euerdon 
Jacob Euerett 



F. 

Thomas Fox 
John Farnum Sen r 

G. 

John Gey 

Lott Gording promised & subscribed 

H. 

George Henley subscribed l u 

James Howard 

Doct r William Huse 30 s 



Joseph Jackson 
Mathew Joanes 

K. 

Thomas Kembale 
William Kent 
John Keene subscribed 10 s 
Richard Knight caruer 

M. 

Jacob Masson 3 days worke 
Edward Mortmore 
William Munford 
Andrew Marriner 
Mary Munioy subscribed 2 U 



80 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



HT, 

Thomas Newman 

John Nicols subscribed l u 



Calleb Rawlins 
Joshuah Rawlins 



S. 

Phillip Squire 

Joseph Shaw subscribed l u 



William Snell 
John Saxton 



John Trow 



T. 
W. 



Richard West 

John Wakefeild 

Obediah Wakefeild subscribed 

Andrew Willett 

M? Webster 

Thomas Warren 



Endorsed: " Capt. Sauages Comp ie 37.10. For 3*6 Work 
House." 

' * Persons in Capt Sauages Comp ie that hav r e not pay d ." 

A. 



John Alcocke [erased] 
John Anderson 



B. 

Tho. Bridges promised 
Tho. Baker promised 
James B urges promised 
Tho. Barnes 
Richard Banks 
Nath" Balston 
John Borland 



c. 

promised Anthony Chickly 
promised John Clark shipm? 
promised Tho. Duer 
promised Mathew Collins 
promised Jonas Clay 
promised Joshua Cobham 
promised Mungo Craifort 

James Cooke mariner 

W m Clough 

Geo. Cabell 



D. 

Roger Dubbleday promised 

E, 

Geo. Ellison promised 
Ben. Emons promised 

H, 

Capt. Tho. Hunt promised 
James Hawkins 



Michael Holmes 



J. 

Sam. Jacklin 20 promised 

M. 

Tho. Mercer 

K. 

Andrew Neale 20 s promised 



P. 

Tho. Platt 
W m Paine 



K. 

John Ruggles Butch r 

S. 

John Strange 

W m Stoughton Esq 

Widdow Scottow 

T. 

Tho. Thatcher 
Barth. Threeneedles 
Geo. Thomas 

W. 

Returne Waite 

Ja. Webster senior promised 

Ja Webster junior 

Ben. Walker promised 



APPENDIX. 



81 



A List endorsed " The Original 
Hutchinsons and Capt Townsends 
Worke House 50.. 11" 

Capt. Pen Towusends Comp a 

A. 

Anna Arraitage subscribed 

B. 

Jon a Balston Sen r promised ten tun 

of limestone 
Jeremy Bumpsteed 
Tho. Baker sen r promised to pay 

Iron worke 

Peter Buttler, mariner to be Ra. 
Thomas Brightman, Butcher 
Abraham Browne 

c. 

Gilbert Cole 

James Craven Merch* 

Jno. Cornish 

D. 

Symon Daniel, Butcher 
Mrs. Mary Dudley 

E. 

Peter Edgerton promised 

F. 

Jno. Fosdick pro : 

G. 

Le 1 Greenleafe pro. 

H. 

W m Haberfield promised 
W m Holloway to be rated 
W m Hawkins sen r Butch r 
Jno. Higgs at Habberfields 

K. 

Eic d Knight promised 
Nich King, merch. 



draught of the Rates in Capt. 
Comp*. An . 1685." "For y e 



W m Lewes Esq* 
Thorn 8 Larkin 



M. 

Fra. Moss. pro. 

Benj a . Monford, merch*. 

N. 
Mrs. Sarah Noise 

P. 

Sam u Phillip Rest. 
Edmond Perkins pro. 
W m Paine, smith, pro 
Sam. Phillips, Butch r pro. 
Hump. Parsons, rated. 
Sam 11 Pease, mariner 
Richard Pierce, Printer. 

K. 

Gamaliel Rogers pr mised 
W m Robbins, smith 
John Roberts 
Theophilus Rhoades 

S. 

Thomas Smith, Blacksmith ") 
subscribed / 

Rowland Story, rest 
W m Smith, joyner, subscribed 
Anthony Stoddard sen r 
Edw. Smith, Gunsmith 
Joseph Stocker 
Robert Sanders 
Thomas Silvester at Mr Avrys 

T. 

Bernard Trott promised 
Peter Townsend promised 
Mr Turfery at Mrs. Giilams 
Joseph Thaxter 
Henry Thyer 

W. 

Mrs Woody in sope pro. 
Richard Woody promised 
Warner Weredunke 
Stephen Werendunke 
W m Wharton, Blockmaker 
Rob* Williams 



Cap* Elisha Hutchinson's Comp 
A. 

Bosoon Allen, Rest of his subscriptio 
Benj a Allford, Rated 
Matthew Atkins, Rated 



G 



Manasseth Beck subscribed 
James Braiding Rest 
Henry Buterfield promised 
James Brayding jun promised 



82 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Jn Budge taylor prom. 
M r Tho. Buckley, raerch* 
Sara 11 Button 
Mr. Bullivant 

C. 

Nathaniel Crynes to be rated 
Thomas Carter 

P. 

Joseph Davis promised 
Moses Deshon, french taylor 

G. 

Enoch Greenleaf junr. Rest. 
Tho: Griffin promised . 
Robert Gutterage, Butcher 
Joseph Grafton, taylor 

H. 

W m Hawkins chir subscribed 
W m Hawkins junr butch r 
Rob 1 Howard, Notary, Deceas'd 
subscribed 

J. 

Roge r Judd, taylor 
David Johnson 

K. 

W m Keen promised 
\V m Kilcop Rated 
Roger Kilcop Rated 

M. 

Henry Messeng 1 " subscrib'd 
Simeon Messenger 



Eliz a Moss, now Button 
Jn Moulton, Marin r 

O. 

Mrs. Oxenbridg 

P. 

James Pecker junr, pro. 
James Pecker sen r 
Sam' 1 Plumer 
W m Porter, chanler 
Thomas Palmer, Merch* 



Jno. Rolstone 



S. 



Hanna Savage, widdowe \ 
now Mrs. Gookin, pro. j 
Joseph Smith, sadler, pro. 
Mary Sweat, promised 
(given a note to Roger Coantr (?) 

for it. xb r 4. 85.) 
Thomas Skiner, Baker 

T. 

Josiah Tay subscribed in work 
W m Tay promised, deceased 
Mrs Thatcher widdowe 
John Thwing marriner 

W. 

Joseph Webb, marshal!, subscribed 
M r Willey sen r subscribed 
Experience Willis p. mised 



1686. TAX LIST FOR ONE DIVISION. 

The following list contains the asssessment for one division of 
the town. The amounts assessed are omitted in printing : 

" A Coppie of A Towue rate Committed to Henery Ernes Count- 
stable to Collect 1686." 



A. Matthew Auger 
Edward Allen 
John Andersone 

B. Tho. Brimly 
Jaruis Ballard 
James Burgis 
Tho. Barnes 
Richard Bankes 
Jno. Bowland 
Tho. Bridgs 

Ca.pt Jno. Blackwell 
Mosses Bradford 



C. 



James Bartone 
Jno. Bardge, Tayl r 
Jno. Byar 
Jno. Boddy 
William Browne 
James Bagiey 
Will. Ballard 
Edw. Battles 

Sam 1 Clarcke 
Tho. Coop 
Will. Clowe 
Jonas Claye 



APPENDIX. 





Anthony Checkley 


James Loyed 




John Cunniball 


Will. Lamb 




Mr. Christop r Clarke 


Sam 1 Liilye 




Joshua Cobham 


Rehannan Lyone 




Josiah Cobham 






Mungo Crafford 


M. James Marshall 




Gorge Cabbie 


Denis Mackdaniel 




Mathew Collens 


Tho. Matsone 




Edw. Crooke 


Henery Messenger 




Peter Clarke 


Jno. Marshall 




Robart Coole 






Jame Crane 


N. Widdow Neale 




Jno Clarcke, Marrino r 


Jno. Nelsone 


D. 


Will. Dawes 


P. Jno. Pollard 




Roger Dubelde 


George Perssone 




Ambrosse Dawes 


Widdow Plats 




Jno. Drake 


Will Parssons 




Tho. Deuer 


Will Paine 




Samson Deuer 


Tho. Phillips 




Widdow Dawes 


Jno. Plassone 




Jonathan Dawes 








B. Tho. Rowe 


E. 


Widdow Edsell 


Sam 1 Rauenscraft 




Benjamin Emons 


Jno. Rudgles 




Jno. Edde 








S Jno. Saffine 


F. 


Daniel Ferfeilde 


Samsone Stod r 




Jno. Foye 


Robart Shellstone 




Widdow Fitch 


Jno. Strange 




James Fowles 


Samsone Sheafe 




Jno. Farfeilde 


Robart Sharpe 


G. 


Pet r Golden 


Bartho. Smith Abraham 




Will. Gibsone 


T. Widdow Taylo r 




Will. Griggs 


Bartho 1 Threenedies 




Nath a . Greene 


James Taylo r 




Jno. Gardn r 


Gorge Tompsone 


H. 


Tho. Hichborne 


V. Roger Vickary 




Sam 1 Hayward 


Jno. Vickary 




Jno. Hackitt 


Sam 1 Vickary 




James Hawkins 






Michall Holmes 


W. James Websf 




Widdow Harris 


Tho Websf 




Jno. Hortone 


Edward Watkins 




Tho. Harwood 


James Websf Jun r 




Jno. Holland 


Benjamin Walker 




Widdow Harrisone 


Capt. Jno Winge 




Tho. Hunt 


Tho. Wat 1 * 




Nickholas Hale 


Jno. Woody 




Jno. Hill 


Marke Ward 




Richard Holmes 


Nicholas White 




Ephriam Hayward 




J. 


Sam 11 Jackline 


Elisha Cooke 




Will Joyce 


Elisha Hutchinsone 




Sam 1 Jacksone 


John Joyliffe 




Henery Ingram 
Arone Jefforde 


*Daniel Turiell 
John Faireweather 




Jno. Joanes 


Tymothy Proute Seno r 






Henery Allen 


L. 


Will Leaues 


*Edward Willis 




Jno Leach 


Theophilus Frary 



* These names arc all in one handwriting, and are not according to the genuine signa 
lures of Turell and Wyllys. The persons named are the Commissioners. 



84 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



To Henry Ernes, Counstable in Bostone 

You are required in his Majesties name forth with to collect of 
the Seuerall psons rated by the Select men for y e Towne of Bos- 
tone, the Seuerall Sumes mentioned in this Sheet of pap' 
Amountinge to y e Sume of Sixtye pounds A.leauen Shillings to be 
p d as rate pay, and as to what pay } T OU receaue as rate pay, you 
are to take notice that } 7 ou receaue noe Leane cattle nor horses 
& for each psone who payes there rate in niony } T OU are to 
abate one third p te of y e Sume they are rated & y e s d Sume of Sixtye 
pounds, Aleauen Shillinges by you gat hed you are to pay at or 
before the thirteth of Novemb* next Ensewinge unto Ed. Willis 
Treasurer for y e Towne of Bostone his ord r or Successors in 
s d office for the Vse of y e Towne afore S d , and in case any refuse 
to pay, } r ou are to distraine upon y e goods or estates of such psons 
Soe refusinge & what goods by you shall be distrained upon, you 
are to expose to pulique Saile, and the one plush to returne to 
y e psons soe distrained upon, here of you are not to faile at 
yo r perrill for which this shall be 3'o r warrant given by me owne 
of y e Councell und r my hand & scale the thirteenth or fourteenth of 
Aug. 1G86 

A True Coppie JNO. USHER 

. Attested p JOHN JOYLIFFE Recordr. 



TAX LIST JUNE, 1687. (Imperfect.) 

The following documents comprise about one-half of a town tax 
for 1687. The precincts for which we have names are Nos. 1, 2, 
5 and 6. 

The amounts of taxes are omitted. 

Towne Rate made the 6 th of June 1687 



No 1. 

A. Thomas Atkins 
John Atwood 
John Ares 
Sammuell Addams 

B. Oliuer Berry 
Thomas Boues 
John Burridge 
Thomas Baker 
Jonathan Bill 
Sammuell Burnell 
Rohert Bremsdon 
Edward Budd 
Widdow Berry 
Thomas Berry 
William Blackwell 
Josias Baker 
Phillip Basse 
Thomas Bill 
Lawrence Briscow 



Daniell Ballerd 
George Beard 
Edward Brecknell 

C. William Colman 
Percy Clarke 
John Carter 
Jonas Clarke 
Erecte Clesbey 
William Clough 

D. William Downes 
William Day 

William Dauis, Blockmaker 
Zachariah Dauis 
Richard Dill 

E. Thomas Eldredge 
Joseph Eldredge 
Rohert Edmunds 
William Euerdon 



APPENDIX. 



85 



John Ersey 

Widdow English lately marryed 
to Cap. 

F. John Farnum Jun. 
Dauid Farnum 
Jonathan Farnum 
Gabriell Fitchlocke 

G. Thomas Gutridge Sen 
Joseph Graunt 
Obediah Gill 
Robert Gammin 
Widdow Greenwood 
Samnmell Greenwood Jun r 
widdow Gaurd 

James Goodwin of Noddles Isl- 
and 

William Greenough 
Nicolas George 
Issaack Greffen 
Widdow Groues 
William Gill 

Sammuell Greewood Sen r 
Tho Goodale 

H. William Huff 
Thomas Hunt 
John Hulland 
Charles Hopkins 
George Hiscott 
Francis Hudson 
William Hobbey 
Erecte Hamlin 
George Hooper 
William Hunt 
Edmund Hemfeild 
John Holbrooke 
William Harris 
John Hiscott 
John Hobbey 
Sammuell Iluckford 
Hezekiah Hinksman 
Nathaniell Hinksman 
James Haukins 
John Haydon, saylmaker 

J. John Jacobs 

John Jerues sen r 
Thomas Johnson 
William Ireland 
John Jerues jun r 

K, Wid<low Kelland 
Widdow Kembale 
John Keene 
Hennery Kimbale 

!L, John Leach 
Robert Lash 
M r Lauson in Joseph Nashes 

house 
John Lane 
Mr. Humphrey Liscomb 



M!. Robert Moore 
John Mattoone 
John Mershall, Butcher 
Hennery More 
John Maior 
John Merrifeild, smith 

N. Sammuell Nowell, Esq r 
George Nowell 
John Nash 

O. John Orris 
John Okkey 

P. Elias Parkman 
John Parmenter 
Edward Page 
William Parkman 
Joseph Pennywell 
John Pullen 
John Pitts 
Thomas Palmer 

K. John Richards esquir 
John Ransford 
Obediah Read 
George Robison 
Sammuell Rucke sen? 
Edward Ransford 
John Roberts 
Sammuell Rucke jun* 
William Robb 
Dauid Robbison 

S. Capt. Ephrem Savage 
Robert Smith 
John Scarlett 
Sammuell Saxton 
Arthur Smith 
Richard Shute 
Michaell Shute 
Widdow Margett Smith 
John Smith Butcher 
Roberts Seers 

Mr. Shortt at widdow Hunts 
Josias Stone 
James Smith, Marriner 
John Steuens 

William Starling (or Starting) 
Richard Starling 
Elexander Seers 

T. Tymothy Thorneton 
Richard Tout 
Nicholas Tribbey 
Joseph Tayl r 
Tho. Thurton 
Jeremiah Townsend 

V. Jno. Viall 

W. Samson Watt 
Joseph Williams 
Bcnj. Williams 



86 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Jno. White, Joyn r 
Lawrance White 
Benj. Wardle 
Jno. Wilkins 
Sam 1 Wakefeild 
Jno. Welch 
Francis Whiteman 
Thomas Willy (or Willis) 
Benj. Worthylake 



John Joyliffe 
Elisha Cooke 
Elisha Hutchinson 
Tymothy Prout, Sen r 
Henry Alline 
John Fayerweather 
Th. Frary 
Edw. Wyllys 
Daniel Turell 



No 2 Towne Rate made the 6 th of June 1687 



A. Nathaniell Addams 
Dauid Addams 
Jonathan Addams 
Abraham Addams 
Joseph Arnold 
Widdow Anderson 
Thomas Ashley 

B. Sammuell Burrell 
Beniamin Breme 
John Barnerd 
Thomas Bearnerd 
Elathar Blacke 
William Burrows 
Nathaniell Baker 
John Bushnell 
John Bayley 

Sammuell Bayley, Saylmaker 
Beniamine Blackledge 
William Bedlam 
William Barrett 
John Barber Tayler 
James Berry 
Widdow Baxter 

C. John Clesbey 
John Commer 
Widdow Cundey 
Robert Cumbey 
Docter John Clarke 
Elias Callender 
Dauid Copp 
Edward Collins 
Joseph Galley 
Jonathan Charles 
Sammuell Chanler, Joyner 
Thomas Gushing 
George Callend r 

D. Andrew Dolberry 
William Dennis 
Charles Demerrit 
Sammuell Dobson 
Dudley Dexter 
Widdow Dowden 

E. Hennery Ernes 
James English 
John Endicott 



Dauid Edwards 
Jacob Euerett 
Thomas Elliott 
Dauid Eddows, smith 

F. Thomas Fox 
John Foster 
William Fuller 
John Figg 
Kobert Feathergill 

G. Josiah Grise 
Sam 11 Grise 
Edward Goodwin 
John Goff 
John Gey 

John Green 
Thomas Gold 
Joseph Gallop 
Beniamin Gallop 
Abraham Gording 
Jerrimiah Gibson 
John Granton 
James Grant 
William Gefferys 
John Gardner 

H. Cap* Elisha Hutchison 
Cap 1 Anthoney Howard 
James Halsey 
Robert Howard 
George Henley 
James Howard 
Docf William Huse 
Jacob Hewin 
George Hallett 
John Hunt, marriner 

J". Joseph Jackson 
Mathew Joanes 
Widdow Joules 

K. Thomas Kembale 
Widdow Keene 
William Kent 
Richard Knight, Caruer 
Thomas Kellon 
John Ketch 

Lu John Langdon, Butcher 
Robert Leiwes 



APPENDIX. 87 


M. Thomas Moore 


S. John Search 


John Moore 


Jabes Saltcr 


Edward Mortiraore 


John Scate 


M r Richard Meddlecott 


Joseph Shaw 


Edward Mumford 


William Snell. 


Widdow Martin 


John Stanbridge 


Andrew Marriner 


Edward Summers 


Saminuell Mansfeild 


Richard Skinner 


Robert Mare 


Nicolas Salsberry 


Mr Morton, Brewer 


Erasmus Stephens 


William Mumford 






T. Daniel Turrell Sen? 


N". William Norton 
John Nicols 
John Norton 
Dauid Norton 
Thomas Newman 


Widdow Tommas 
Daniel Turrell Jun? 
John Trow 
Richard Trauers 
Sammuell Turrell 
William Towers for hirnselfe & 




the house 


O. Widdow Olliuer 


William Trout 


John Olliuer, Carpent 1 


James Thornberry 




Richard Trauers Jun r 


P. John Playsted 
Tymothy Prout Sen r 


Daniell Trauers Sen r 
Daniell Trauers Jun r 


Joseph Prout 
Widdow Puglis 
Moses Pearce 
Tymothy Pratt 
John Price 
Sammuell Phillips 
Sammueil Pecocke 
Edward Peggy 
John Pearse 
John Pitcher 


W. Widdow Williams 
Widdow Warren 
Widdow Winslow 
M r Addam Winthrope 
Richard Weay 
John Wakfeild 
Obediah Wakfeild 
Andrew Willott 
Thomas Warren 
Widdow Whetter 




Gabrill Warner 


R. Joshuah Rawlins 


Hennery Williams 


Calleb Rawlens 


M r Wackham 


William Rouse 


John Worden, Currier 


William Robbey 


John Weeden 


Thomas Row, saylmaker 


Nicolas Winnopp 


Hennery Rawlins 


Richard Whitredge 


Joseph Russell 


Tymothy Wandworth [*] 



" No 5. Town Rates made June 6th, 1687." 



A. 


Bozone Allen 


Will. Bryant 




Tho. Atkinson, Glaiser 


Edmond Browne 




Joseph Allen 


James Barnes 




Mathew Atkins 


Nath. Byfield 




Joshua At water 


W m Browne, Merch* 




Will. Ardal 


Sarah Barret 


B. 


Tho. Bulkley 


C. Rich. Crisp 




Manassa Beck 


Tho. Clarke 




Tho. Beddle 


Will. Crow 




Ben. Bullifent 


Christop r Crow 




Sam 11 Button 


Tho. Carter 




Fra. Burrows 






Tho. Batso 


D. John Dosset 




John Baker John Dosset Jun r 



* The signatures of the Commissioners are given here in the original 



88 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Joseph Dauis 

John Dauis 

Georg Dauson (or Danson) 

Moses Deshon 

E. Georg Elestou 

F. Gibson Farr 

John Field, shoemaker 

G. William Gibbons 
Habacock Glouer 
Enoch Greneleafe 
Will. Glanuel 
Rob 1 Gutterage 
James Grene 
John Gardner 
Nath. Grene 

H. Will Hall 

John Hayward 
Eliakeni Hutchinson 
Widow Hawkins 
Anne Hunt 
Ben Harris 

Haman, Atturny 
Sam 11 Hubbert 

J. Rodger Jud 
Tho. Jackson 
Daved Jefferies 
Abel Jefieries 

K. John Kilby Sen r 
JohnKilbyJun r 
Christop r Kilby 
Rodger Kilcop 
Will. Keen 

Li. Ezekel Leuet 
Sam 11 Lynde 
Tho. Leachfield 
Will Lackey 
John Lowel 
Will. Lamb 

M. Thaddeas Macarty 
James Meers 
Ben. Mountfort 
Eliazer Moody 
Giles Master 



N. Georg Nickelson 
O. Tho. Oakes 

P. Humph. Parson 
Will. Porter 

Ralph Perkins, Iron Monger 
Widow Powning & her son Dan 
Sam 11 Plu ffi er 
Joseph Phillips 
Ebenezer Peirse 

K. John Rowliston 
Dan Royse 

Humph. Richards, Jornyman 
Joseph Rodgers 

S. Sam 11 Shrimptori Esq r 
Mary Swett 
Tho. Smith 
Tho. Skinor 
Ephram Saile 
Joseph Smith 
Francis Smith 

T. John Twhing 
Georg Tomson 
Margret Thatcher 
Isaiah Tay (or Toy) 
Rebecka Taylor 

W. Will White 

Daued Walesby 
Joseph Webb 
John Wing 
Edward Willy 
Michale Willis 



[John Joyliffe 
Elisha Cooke 
Elisha Huthinson 
Tymothy Prout Sen* 
Henry Alline 
John Fayerweather 
T Frary 
Edw. Wyllys 
Daniel Turell]* 



" No 6. Town Rate made June y e 6th 1687." 



A. Jn Allen Weau^ 
Benjamin Alford 
Widdow Avere 
Jn Addams 
Jn Avers 
Isaac Addington 
Daniel Allen 


B. James Booth, Taylor 
Will Barb r , Lodg? 
Abraham Browne 
Jeremiah Bumsted 
Joseph Browninge 
Richard Buckley 
Joseph Belknap 



* These are the Commissioners, and they signed all of the sheets. 



APPENDIX. 



89 



Tho. Bak r Ju r 

Tho. Brytman 

Pett r Bark r Tayl r at Mr. Pages 

Jn Byer, wait r 

M Bossing r 

Rob 1 Butch r 

Petf Butl r 

Jonathan Brigham 

Sam 11 Bill 

Joseph Brigham 

John Briggs, Boatman 

W m Burt, Butcher 

C. Elisha Cooke Esq r 
Tho. Crees, Apothecary 
Richard Christopher 
Jn Cuny Jun r 
Flurance Contee, Butch r 
Andrew Cuningeham, Glassier 
Tymothy Clarke 

Jn Clough Junr 
Sam 1 Clough, Joyn r 
Jn Cooke, Merch' 
Josiah Cobham sen r 
James Cornish, Shoemaker 
Dunkin Cambell 

D. Humphery Dave Esq r 
Jn Daue 

Syniond Daniel 
Henery Deareinge 
James Dennis Sen r 
James Dennis Jun r 
Jeremiah Dum r 
Nathaniel Dewe 
Cap' Benjamin Davis 
Mary Dudley widdowe 
Ambros Dew 

Dew soon to Ambrose Dew 

E. Robert Earle 
Jn Earle 

Tho. Edwards, Joyn r w th Smith 

F. Jeremiah Fitch 
Nathaniel Fox 
John Fayerweather 

G. Will m Gilbart 
Enoch Greenliffe sen* 
W m Galloway 
Dauid Gwine 

W m Gerrish 

H. Robart Hussey, wosted com r 
Wil m Haberfeild 
Jn Higs 

Robart Hawkins, wosted com r - 
Joseph Hauen, Lodg r at bumsteds 
James Hill 

I. John Joyliffe, Esq r 
Sam 1 Johnsone 
Dauid Johnsone, watchmak r 
Robart Johnsone, Lodg r at waites 



K. Tho. Kirke, Shoomak r 
? Jn Kiffe, weau r at Aueres 
Mathe w Kea, Tayl r works at barb" 
Nicholas Kinge 

li. Simond Lynde 

Madam Sarah Leverett 

Jn Linsey, single man Taylo r 

Sam 1 Legg 

Hudson Leuerit 

Tho. Larkin 

Sam 1 Landmand, weau r at Averyes 

Maj? Lidgett 

HI. Francis Mosse 
Arther Masson 
Widdow Messeng? 
Ebenezer Messeng? 
Simion Messeng? 
Gorge Muncke 
Pettr Markes poore Butch? 
Tho. Mallett 
Widdow Man for the house she 

lives in 

Tho. Marshall 
[James Meares removed] 
James Maxwell 

N. Robert Noakes 

Benjamin Negus Jun? Barb? 
Jabez Negus 

P. Cap 4 Nich Paige 
Josepth Peck, Coop. 
Abraham Pearce, labourer 
James Pemerton 
Benjamin Pemerton 
Tho. Palme? at M? Davies 
Sam 1 Paine at M rs Franckes 
W m Paine, blk. smith 
Sam 1 Proct? Lodg r at Jn Waites 
Tho. Pecke sen? 
Sam 1 Phillips, Butch? 
Sam 1 Phillips, Book sell? 
Mathew Preist at George Monks 
George Pordidge 
Sammuel Parris 

R. Richard Reed, Cooke 
Gamaliel Rodg? 8 

S. Richard Spry, Tayl r at Cap* 

Savages 
Widdow Stod rd 
Jn Simones, labourer 
Ed. Stephens, Taylo? 
Charles Scute, weau? at Aueryes 
W m Smith, Joyn? 
Simion Stod rd 
Edward Shippe 
Iproflfese Shrimptone 
Tho. Smith 
Widdowe Smith 



90 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



T. Barnard Trott 
Henery Tite 
Pettf Townsand 
Pen Townsand 
Jn Tuckerman sen? 
Sam 1 Tylee, labourer 
Andrew Thorntone, wand er 
Henery Tickn!f, cook at Muncks 
Tho. Thortone, shoomak* jour- 

ny man 
Joseph Thaxter 



W. M* White at Trotts 
James Woodmancey 
Jn Win, wean? at Aueryes 
Jn Waite 

Mrs. Winslowe Judith 
Warner Werendunke 
Kobert Williams 



APPENDIX. 



91 



TAX LIST AND SCHEDULES. 1687. 

The original of these lists is in the files of the Secretary of State's 
office, book 126, pp. 286-306. As will be seen the schedules of 
property and of the heads of families are very full. 

Sheet No. 1. 



No. 1. 


i 


Acres of 
Laud. 


Houseing 
& Whar. 


Horses. 


Cowes. 





a. d. 




2 




5 




1 


Q 




Thomas Atckins 


o 




6 


3 




Q 


5 7 


George Hiscott 


2 




10 






20 


5 10 




1 












1 8 


Beiamin Williams 


1 




3 






4 







1 




4 






4 


2 4 




1 




g 






10 


3 




1 




15 




1 


25 


5 




1 




2 






2 


2 


Nathaniell Hinksman ... . 


1 




2 






2 


2 


"William Dey .... 


1 




2 






2 


2 


Thomas Gutridge . 


1 




2 






2 


2 


Sammuell Rucke, Jun r 


1 




3 






3 


2 2 




1 




2 






2 


2 


Michaell Shutt ... 


1 




3 








1 11 


John White 


1 




g 






10 


3 




1 




2 






2 


2 


William Gre enough 


4 




10 




1 


5 


8 2 


Edward Budd . . 


1 




10 






15 


3 g 


John Mattune 


1 




2 






2' 


2 




1 












1 8 


Laurence White . . 


1 




3 








1 11 


Beniamin Worthyleg 


1 
1 





3 










. 1 11 


Robert Lash 


1 




2 








1 10 


Francis Whitman 


1 




2 








1 10 


Beniamin Wardle 
John Carter 


1 
1 





2 
2 











1 10 
1 10 


John Wilkins 


1 




2 








1 10 










' 


* 


" 





92 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

Sheet No. 1. Continued. 



Wo. 1. 



John Ransford 1 

Edward Collens 1 

Mr Sammuell Nowell 1 

Percey Clarke 1 

Thomas Eldredge, Jun r 1 

Sammuell Wakefeild 2 

MrHobbey 1 

George Hooper 1 

William Clough 1 

Robert Seers 1 

James Smith, Marriner 1 

John Orris 2 

Edward Ransford 

Nicolas George 1 

Robert Gammin 1 

William Harris 1 

Jonas Clarke , 1 

Thomas Row, saylemaker 3 

John Atwood 2 

Joseph Williams 1 

George Robison 1 

Thomas Thurton 1 

John Smith 1 

William Hunt 1 

William Euerdon 1 

Daniell Ballerd 1 

William Colman 1 

John Jacobs 1 

Allexander Seers 1 

John Oakey 1 

Thomas Baker 3 

John Jeruis, Jun'r 1 

John Steuens 1 

Samson Waters 1 

Robert Smith 1 

Mr. Humphry Lis combe 3 

Mr. Thomas Liscombe 1 



II 



lo 



20 



20 



s. d. 



APPENEIX. 

Sheet No. 1. Continued. 



93 



Wo. 1. 



JohnViall 1 

Obediah Gill . . . 3 

William Dauis 1 

Maior John Richards 1 

Jonathan Howard 1 

Jonathan Bill 1 

Sammuell Burnell 1 

Mr. Robert Bremsdon 2 

John Burredge 1 

92 

Thomas Johnson 1 

William Downes 1 

Mr. Joseph Short 1 

Edward Hemfeild 1 

George Nowell 1 

John Roberts 1 

Jobe Chamberlin 1 

Sammuell Greenwood, Jr 2 

Joseph Graunt 2 

William Huff 1 

Edward Brecknell 1 

John Pits 1 

Henery Kimbale 1 

John Maior 1 

John Mershale 1 

William Burrows 1 

John Scarlett 1 

Joseph Tayller 1 

Gabriell Fiehlocke 1 

Sammuell Saxston 2 

Richard Shut 2 

William Parkeman 1 

Zachariah Dauis 1 

Ellas Parkeman 1 

John Jeruis Sen'r 1 



2 
445 



100 



50 



568 



30 



s. d. 



. I 11 

. 12 11 

1 8 

. 2 6 

. 1 11 

. 10 8 

1 10 

12 2 5 

1 10 

2 11 

3 4 
2 . 
1 11 
1 11 

1 10 
5 . 

. 4 . 

2 11 
2 3 

. 2 3 

2 3 
. 1 8 
. 2 4 
. 2 4 

3 9 
2 11 

. 1 10 

4 . 
. 6 8 

2 . 

. 1 8 

2 . 

1 11 



94 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

Sheet No. 1. Continued. 



No. 1. 



William Shute 1 

Aurther Smith 

Thomas Hunt 3 

Tymothy Thorneton 2 

Erecte Cleshey 1 

Dauid Robyeon 1 

John Parment 1 1 

John Hulland 1 

George Beard 1 

John Nash 2 

John Holbrooke 2 

John Leach 1 

Sammuell Bay ley, saylemaker ... 1 

Joseph Eldredge 2 

Sammuell Greenwood, Sen r .... 1 

Andrew Elliott 1 

Thomas Edmunds 1 

Charles Hopkins 1 

James Goodwin 

John Ammy 

Nicolas Stone 

Widdow Kellond . 

Jonathan Jackson 1 

Widdow Hall 

Widdow Hunt 

Widdow Grj;enewood 

Widdow Gaurd 

Christopher Hulland 

Robe 1 

Widdow Haneford 

Widdow Cotter 

Widdow Blackwell 

Mr. Increas Mather 1 

Widdow Margett Smith 

William Cundey 1 

Sammuell Hudson 1 

John Ormes 1 



B 



40 



10 



15 



8. d. 



1 11 

2 . 
6 5 
2 . 

2 10 

3 10 



4 11 

1 10 

2 . 

5 . 
2 . 
1 10 
1 10 
1 10 
1 10 
. 4 

4 

10 . 

1 8 

6 

8 



1 11 



2 11 



APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 1. Concluded. 



95 



No. 1. 



WiddowBell . 

Thomas Goodall 1 

Dauid Cummens 1 

Widdow Groues 

David Fauckner 1 

Experience Orris < . . 1 

2 
66 
92 
Richard Tewell . 1 



345 



345 

445 

2 



10 



365 



365 
568 



8. d. 



. . 6 

1 10 
. 1 10 

2 2 

8 14 00 

12 2 5 



20 16 



2 . 
1 10 

3 10 

20 16 06 

21 00 04 

1 10 



Sheet No. 2. 



. a. 



Dauid Edwards .... 

John Gey 

Joseph Gallopp .... 
Beniamin Gallopp . . . 
William Dennis .... 
Richard Whitredge . . 

John Hunt 

Beniamin Breeme . . . 
Richard Knight . . . . 
William Trout . . . . 
Richard Trauera . . . 
Sammuell Jackson . . 
Richard Trauers, Jun'r 
Daniell Turrell, Sen'r . 



40 



10 



s. d. 



6 3 

2 1 

2 1 
1 



10 

1 10 

1 10 

2 4 
4 3 
1 10 
1 10 

4 . 
1 10 
1 10 

5 4 



96 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

Sheet No. 2. Continued. 



Wo. 2. 


4 


4 


f-J 

III 


o 

w 


X 

1 


Trades. 




a. d. 




2 




5 




1 


5 




4 5 




1 




5 






5 




2 6 




2 




5 






5 




4 2 




1 




5 






5 




2 6 




1 




2 










1 10 








3 




1 


6 




1 




1 




5 














1 




5 










2 1 




1 




3 










1 11 


John Wakefeild . ... 


2 




3 










3 7 




1 




5 




1 






2 4 




2 




5 










3 9 




2 




4 










3 g 


Francis Ellis 


1 




3 










1 11 


Mr Meddlecott 


1 




20 




1 


70 




9 5 




2 




10 






10 




5 . 




1 










30 




4 2 




1 


















1 




2 












John Langdon, butcher . . . 


1 
1 




4 

2 


1 











. 2 6 
1 10 




1 




6 






20 




3 10 




1 




2 










1 10 




1 




3 










1 11 


^JV T iddow Cundey * . . 






5 




1 


4 




1 . 




1 




2 










1 10 


Sammuell Turrell 


1 




3 






5 




. 2 4 




I 




2 










1 10 


Widdow Collicott 






3 




1 






. . 6 




3 




20 


1 








. 6 11 




2 




2 










3 6 


William Snell 


1 




2 










1 10 


Ellias Killender 


3 




4 










5 4 


John Endicott . . . . 


3 




20 


1 


1 


20 




9 . 


Edward TVeeden . . 


1 














. 1 8 




I 




2 










1 10 








10 




1 






1 1 



APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 2. Continued. 



97 



No. 2. 


1 


1 


a 

11 

K ^ 


1 


i 
1 


Trades. 




s. d. 


Mr. Addam Winthropp . . . 


2 
1 





15 
4 





i 


40 





8 2 
2 


Robert Fethergill 


1 




2 














2 




3 




\ 






3 10 


Mrs Winsley 






20 




\ 


15 




3 2 


John Strid 


1 














1 8 


William Mumford 


1 




4 










2 




3 




5 




i 






5 8 


Daniell Trailers 


1 




3 










1 11 


Thomas Elliott 


1 




4 










2 


Obediah Reade 


2 
3 





5 
3 


2 


i 








. 4 
6 1 


Richard Skinner 


I 




2 










1 10 


Gilbert Cardey 


1 




2 










1 10 




1 




4 


- 


i 


15 




3 6 




1 




4 






5 




2 5 




1 




2 










1 10 


Jno* Farnum . ... 


1 




4 






20 




3 8 




































10 4 


William Johnson . 


1 




2 










1 10 




1 




3 














1 














1 8 


Mr. Lauson, ehipm r 
Andrew Dolberry . ... 


1 
1 




6 
6 





. 


6 

20 





. 2 6 
3 8 




1 




3 














1 














1 8 


Nicolas Winnopp . . . . 


1 
















Hennery Rawlins 


1 




2 










1 10 


Erecte Hamlin 
John Keene 


1 
2 





4 
10 


1 











2 
4 7 


Thomas Kellon 


I 




2 










1 10 


Thomas Beuea ....... 


1 




10 






6 




3 




2 




15 






20 




6 3 


Willinm Kent 


2 




10 






10 




5 




1 




4 










2 



98 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

Sheet Xo. 2. Continued. 



No. 2. 


i 


5 


f 

wi 


Horses. 


Cowes. 


1 




s. d. 




i 














I 8 




i 




4 










1 8 


James Halsey 


2 




6 










8 10 




1 














1 8 




. l 




4 










2 




1 




4 










2 


John Commer 


1 




6 






10 




3 


Danniell Turrell Jun'r . . 


1 




2 










1 10 


William Bedlow 


1 




4 










2 


Capt. Anthoney Howard . . . 
Xathaniell Baker 


2 
2 





30 
10 


2 
1 


1 


50 
10 





. 11 1 
5 5 


Edward Mortimore . . . 


1 




4 














2 




20 






50 




9 2 




1 




4 










2 




1 




2 










1 10 


Beniamin Rawlins 


1 




3 










1 11 


Mr. Kerke 


1 














1 8 




1 




14 






30 




5 4 


John Playsted . 


1 




2 










1 10 




2 




6 




1 






4 i 


Thomas Kembale 


1 




4 










2 


Sammuell Addams .... 


2 




4 






10 




4 2 




1 




2 










1 10 




2 




4 










3 8 


John Barber . . ' . . 


1 




4 










2 


William Barrett 


1 














1 8 








6 






6 




1 


Edward Worrell .... 


1 




2 










1 10 


Andrew Stillings . ... 


1 




3 










. 1 11 


Mathew Atkins 


1 




4 








20 


3 8 




1 




10 






20 




4 2 


Mosses Pearce 


2 




| 










3 10 


John Stanbridge 


1 




3 










1 11 




2 




6 






10 




4 8 


Henery Eines .... 


2 




10 


3 


1 


10 




6 6 




2 




10 






5 




. 4 7 


Tvmothy Wadsworth . 


1 




10 










2 6 



APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 2. Continued. 



No. 3. 


I 


< 


fj 

11 


Horses. 


Cowes. 


Trades. 




_ 8. d. 


Thomas Cashing 


1 














1 8 




2 




3 










3 7 


Thomas Bearneard . . . 


2 




3 












Daniell Trauers, Jun'r . . . 


1 

2 


- 


20 





1 


50 




. 1 8 
q c 




1 




5 










2 1 


William Rouse 


1 




g 




1 


10 




3 5 




1 




4 










2 


William Robey 


1 




10 






20 




4 2 


James Thorneberry .... 


1 




4 














1 




15 






20 




4 7 


Abraham CJ-ording 


1 




6 










2 *> 




1 














1 8 


John Trow . . . . 


1 




4 










2 


Thomas Gold 


1 




2 










1 10 


Tymothy Prout 


1 




10 


2 


1 


10 




4 5 




1 




5 






10 




2 11 


Robert Cumbey 


2 




10 










4 2 


Richard Wey . ... 


2 




g 










4 


Docter William Huse .... 
Docter John Clark 


1 
1 





10 
30 








20 
20 





4 2 
5 10 




































11 4 9 


Capt. Elisha Hutchinson . . . 


1 


- 


40 
50 





1 


40 
20 





. 8 7 
5 10 


Susanah Oliver 


1 





15 








10 





2 1 
1 8 


Wido Carwithen alias Rolph . 


1 





6 
4 














. . 6 

2 




1 
















Widdow Keene ...... 






10 






5 




1 3 


Widdow Saxton ... . . 






10 






5 




1 3 




1 




5 






6 




2 7 








g 






4 




1 


Widdow Williams 






(J 










6 


John Williams, butcher . . . 


1 





6 













. . 6 
1 8 



100 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

Sheet No. 2. Continued. 



No. 2. 


B 


i 




a 

1 


Horses. 


Cowes. 


1 

s 




s. d 




1 




6 










2 2 


Widdow Tomas . 






12 










1 








6 










Q 


Widdow Baxter 






6 










Q 








6 










6 


Allexander Plimly 


1 














1 8 


Widdow Webb 






6 










Q 


Sanimucll Norden 


1 




6 










2 2 




1 




3 














1 




2 


















6 










6 


Tymothy Pratt 


2 




2 










3 g 


Eliathar Blacke 


1 
















Widdow Puglis 
Thomas Walter 


1 













. 





1 8 


Widdow Martine 






6 










6 


Gabriell Warner . . . 


1 




4 










2 


Thomas Narrowmoor .... 


1 




4 














1 














1 8 


Tho Ashley . .... 


1 




2 










1 8 


John Blake .... 


1 




2 










1 10 


Joseph Shaw 


1 




4 










2 




1 




2 










1 10 




1 




2 










1 10 








3 










3 


William Shiprin 


1 




10 






10 




3 4 




1 




4 










2 


Nicolas White ... 


1 




2 










1 10 


Mr John Jefferd . 


1 




2 










1 10 


John Palmer 


1 




2 










1 10 


James Greene 


1 




4 










2 


Robert Mare 


1 




2 










1 10 


Sammuell Mansfeil . 


1 




2 


, 








1 10 


Richard Ricrafft 


1 




2 










1 10 


Litherwood at the pellican . . 
John Bolt . . . . 


1 

1 




5 
5 








40 





2 1 
5 5 


John Champlin . 


1 














1 8 



APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 2. Concluded. 



101 



No. 2. 


I 


i 

o 

< 


Housin 

Mills. 


Horses. 


Cowes. 


! 




s. d. 




1 














1 8 


















4 15 9 


















11 4 9 


















10 4 9 


















26 05 3 




1 




8 










2 4 


















26 07 07 




1 










10 




. 2 6 




1 










10 




2 6 






















217 














26 11 7 




1 


4 












2 . 




































26 13 7 



Sheet No. 3. 



No. 3. 


tc 

w 


Acres of 
Laud. 


Houscing 
Mill 
Wharfes. 


& 


1 


Trades & 1 
Estates. 


8. d. 




1 




2 








1 10 


William Bouldcrson . . **> 


1 




16 


1 




5 


3 10 




1 




4 








2 . 




2 




5 




2 




4 3 


William Ballentine 


1 












1 8 




1 




4 




1 




2 3 




1 




4 








2 . 




1 




5 








2 1 




1 












1 8 




1 












1 8 


Widdow Everell 






6 








. 6 




1 




12 






20 


4 4 


Samuel Walker . 


1 




10 




1 


30 


5 3 



102 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

Sheet No. 3. Continued. 



No. 3. 


I 


Acres of 
Land. 


Houselng 
Mills & 
Wharfes. 


Horses. 


A 
1 


Trades & 
Estates. 


8. d. 








6 






6 


1 . 




1 




4 








2 . 




1 




4 








2 . 




1 




6 








2 2 




2 




4 








3 8 




1 




2 






20 


3 6 




1 












1 8 


Widow Elis a Thompson 






8 






8 


1 4 




1 




20 




1 


20 


. 5 3 


Isaac Walker 


1 




20 






40 


6 8 




1 




6 






25 


4 3 








6 






15 


1 9 




1 




6 








2 2 




2 




8 






15 


5 3 








10 






40 


4 2 




1 




8 






15 


3 7 




1 




10 






15 


3 9 




2 




15 






40 


7 11 




2 




10 




2 


10 


5 6 




1 




16 






15 


4 3 




1 












1 8 




1 












1 8 


Widow Wins6r 






6 






6 


1 . 




2 




6 








3 10 




2 




10 






15 


5 5 




1 




20 






30 


5 10 




1 




20 






40 


6 8 




1 




10 






15 


3 9 








10 






20 


2 6 




1 




10 






20 


4 2 


John Clarke . . 


I 












1 8 


William Palfrey 


1 




7 








2 3 


Edward Lillie 


1 




30 






20 


5 10 




1 










10 


2 6 




3 




12 








6 . 


David Harris 


1 




15 






30 


5 5 




1 




18 


1 




40 


611 



APPENDIX. 



103 



Sheet No. 3. Continued. 



No. 3. 


! 

W 


Acres of 
Land. 


Houseing 
Mills & 
Wharfes. 


W 


I 


Trades & 
Estates. 


8. d. 








6 






g 


1 




1 




2 


1 






2 3 




l 




30 




1 


30 


6 11 


William Long . . 






g 








Q 










* 


* 












455 








9 08 11 




1 










20 


. 3 4 




. i 










20 


. 3 4 




1 




4 








2 . 




l 




3 








1 11 




1 




6 






20 


3 10 




l 




6 






5 


2 7 




l 




6 






10 


3 




1 




5 






5 


2 6 




l 












1 8 




1 




5 






5 


2 g 




4 




20 




1 


20 


10 3 




1 












1 8 








6 






6 


1 


Thomas Child . . . . . 


2 




4 






5 


4 i 


Ralph Carter 


2 




8 






5 


.45 




1 




8 






30 


4 10 




1 




6 








2 2 




1 




5 








2 1 


Samuel Mattocks Jun'r 


1 




2 








1 10 




1 




2 








. 1 10 


Ann Checkley, widow 






8 






10 


1 6 




2 




20 






10 


5 10 




2 




10 




, 


10 


5 


Matthew Gross 


1 




2 








1 10 


Widow Turell 






4 








4 




2 




15 






30 


7 1 








4 








4 


Benjamin Backaway 


1 




2 






5 


2 3 


Edw. Page, Sen 1 






4 








4 




1 




10 








2 6 


Isaac Jones 


1 




5 






5 


2 6 


Joseph Callow . . 


1 




2 








1 10 


Thomas Cooke . 


1 




5 








2 1 



104 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

Sheet No. 3. Continued. 



No. 3. 



Timothy Dwight , . . 2 

Phillip Langdon 

John Ricks 

Widow N"ewcombe 

Richard Narramore 1 

Henry Godfrey 1 

Lot Gourding 1 

Widow Whitwell 

William Smith 1 

Emm Gepson, widow 

William Bassett 1 

Thomas Harrington ........ 1 

Samuel Johnson 1 

John Smith 1 

Pilgrim Sympkins 1 

John Hunlock 1 

Thomas Hatherly ......... 2 

Thomas Pennant 2 

Jacob Everitt 1 

Richard Talley 1 

John Tyler 1 

Oliver Tomlyn 1 

John Symons 1 

David Bassett 1 

Henry Dawson 1 

Henry Bennett 1 

Edward Evered 1 

John Ferniside 1 

Richard Ellis 1 

Abraham Letherbridge 1 

Jacob Ferniside 1 

Thomas Inglesby 1 

Thomas Gutteridge 1 

William Jones 1 

Samuel Ruggles 1 



273 

3 
3 



a. d. 



2 8 

2 1 

2 5 

1 . 

2 . 

. 6 

1 11 

1 10 

2 . 
2 1 

2 1 

3 2 

4 2 
3 7 
1 10 
3 2 



19 



2 4 

1 11 

1 8 

2 6 
1 

2 
1 

2 . 

1 11 

2 2 
2 . 
2 2 
2 5 



11 



10 



APPENDIX. 
Sheet No. 3. Concluded. 



105 



No. 3. 



John Veren, Sen'r 1 

John Veren, Jun'r 1 

John Webber 1 

John Walley, Sen'r 1 

Richard Preist 1 

Joseph Wing 1 

John Lovering . 1 

Henry Mattocks 1 

Kichard Mussivant 1 

Coustantine Sandys 1 

Widow Dickerson , 

John Holbrooke 1 

Thomas Veren 1 

William Thwyng 1 

John Gwyn 1 

John Ballentine 1 

John Farnum, Tertius 2 

John Aulgar 2 



20 



a. d. 



10 



106 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Sheet No. 4. 



No. 4. 


B 


Acres of 
Land. 


Housing. 


Horses. 


| 


Trades fc 

Estates. 


8. d. 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




2 








1 10 


Edward Crek & 3 men 


4 




10 




I 




7 9 




1 




2 








1 10 


Willi. Couch ... 


1 












1 8 


Johnathean Sauige 
Joseph Soper 


1 
1 





2 








4 


. 2 . 
1 10 




1 




12 






30 


5 2 




1 












1 8 




1 










10 


2 6 


James Burges 


1 




3 








1 11 


Capt. Blackwell & 1 man 


2 




14 


1 




20 


6 3 




1 












1 8 




1 




4 




1 




2 3 




1 




3 








1 11 


John Marshall 


1 












1 8 


John Tuckerman, Ju'r ,...'.. 


1 




2 








1 10 


William Manley 


1 




2 








1 10 


Arthor Hale 


1 




2 








1 10 


John Fairefeld 


1 




2 








1 10 




1 




2 








1 10 


Bartholme Thrednedle .... 


1 




4 








2 . 


James Hawkens & man 


2 




g 




1 




3 8 




1 




4 




1 




2 3 




1 




2 








1 10 


Johnathan Dawes . 


1 




4 








2 . 


Danniell Fairefeld 


1 




2 








1 10 




1 




3 








1 11 


Thomas Cooper & man . 


2 




30 






40 


9 2 


Christopher Flage 


1 












1 8 


William Paine 


1 




g 




1 




2 7 




2 




10 




1 




4 5 


Dauid Stephens 


1 












1 8 




1 




g 


I 


1 




3 . 


Micael Homer 


1 




g 




1 


4 


2 7 


Beniamen Emmones Sen'r .... 


2 




g 




I 




4 3 




2 




12 




4 


20 


7 , 



APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 4. Continued. 



107 



rvo. 4. 


w 


Acres of 
Land. 


1 


w 


i 

3 


Trades & 
Estates. 


s. d. 




2 




12 


1 


1 




5 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




15 






30 


.55 




1 
















1 




10 




1 


30 


5 3 




1 




3 








1 11 


William Billings 


1 
















1 












.^18 




1 




12 






o 


3 2 


John Saffin . . . 


1 




10 


1 




20 


4 7 


John Tuker 


1 




2 








1 10 




1 




10 






15 


3 9 


Sammuell Raveuscraft & man . . . 


2 
1 





10 
5 


1 


1 


10 
5 


5 8 
2 6 




1 




10 








2 6 




1 












1 8 




1 












1 8 




1 




4 








2 




2 




25 


J 


1 


fiO 


11 01 




I 




4 








2 




1 




5 






10 


2 11 


Anthonie Chekley 


1 




30 


1 


1 


OA 


7 4 




1 




3 








1 11 




1 












1 8 




1 




5 






20 


3 9 


William Joyce 


j 




2 








1 10 




















75 





355 


7 


18 


366 


9 18 8 




1 




5 






20 


3 9 




1 




8 




1 




2 4 




1 




4 








2 . 




2 




20 




1 


80 


. 11 11 




2 




12 




3 


30 


7 7 




1 












1 8 




1 




10 






20 


4 2 



108 



CITY DOCUMENT Xo. 92, 

Sheet No. 4. Continued. 



No. 4. 


4 

& 


Acres of 
Land. 


Housing. 


Horses. 


Cowes. 


Trades & 
Estates. 


s. d. 




i 




5 






10 


2 11 


Willi'un Gibson & 2 men . . . 


3 




g 








5 6 


Grimeston Bowd & man 


2 




3 








3 7 




1 












1 8 


Nathaniel Col lines 


1 




4 








2 


Bart-holme Chevers & 2 men .... 


3 

2 




8 
18 





1 
1 


10 
30 


6 9 

7 7 


John Waker 


1 




10 






6 


3 




1 




5 






10 


2 11 


Robbert Shellon 


1 




2 








1 10 




1 
















1 




2 








1 10 


Christopher Clark . 


1 




10 






10 


3 4 


Thomas Scot 


1 












1 8 




1 




6 








2 2 




1 




10 






10 


3 4 




1 










10 


2 6 




1 




2 






5 


2 3 


John Strang 


1 




3 






5 


2 4 




1 




5 








2 1 


John Tribber 


1 




2 








1 -if) 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




12 






20 


4 


William Parsons 


1 




5 








2 1 




2 




g 








4 




1 




4 








2 


Sampson Stoddard 


1 




10 






30 


5 




1 




4 








2 




1 












1 8 




1 




4 








2 




1 




5 






20 


3 9 




1 




4 








2 


Jemes Webster ...... 


1 




2 








1 10 




I 












1 8 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




g 








2 2 


Thomas Hamblin . 


1 




10 




1 


10 


3 9 



APPENDIX. 



109 



Sheet No. 4. Continued. 



No. 4. 


a 


Acres of 
Land. 


Housing. 


E 


1 


Trades & 
Estates. 


s. d. 




1 




3 








1 11 




1 




6 


3 






3 5 




1 












1 8 


William Turner . ... . 


I 












1 8 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




8 








2 4 




2 




9 


3 


2 


5 


6 3 


Edward Allin . . 


1 




4 








2 




1 












1 8 




1 




2 








1 10 


Nickolas Half 


1 




2 








1 10 


Thomas Madson, Se' r 


1 
1 





4 











2 . 




1 




2 








1 10 


Robbert Patin 


1 












1 8 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




2 








1 10 


William Browne . . . . . . 


1 












1 8 




3 




6 








5 6 




2 




2 








3 6 




2 




6 






5 


5 3 




















80 




294 


6 


10 


341 


10 4 


Widdow Edsell 




6 


6 






6 


1 . 




2 




4 








3 . 


John Hill 


1 




2 








1 10 




1 












1 8 


Thomas Harris 


2 




10 


1 


1 


10 


5 8 




1 












1 8 


Sarah Barrett, als 







6 
12 


- 





6 


1 . 
1 . 


Widow Harrison . . 






12 








1 . 




1 




2 






4 


2 2 




1 













19 . 
9 14 . 
10 1 2 
20 14 2 
1 8 
















20 15 10 



110 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Sheet No. 4. Concluded. 



IVo. 4. 


1 


Acres of 
Laud. 


Housing. 


Horses. 


1 


<** 

|| 


. d. 


Thomas Ratlif . 


1 












1 8 




\ 












. 1 8 


Tho Watkins at farindins 


1 












. i g 




j 












1 10 




1 












1 8 


Dauid Stephens 


1 












1 8 


Daniel Harrise . . 


1 












. 1 8 




I 




2 








1 8 


William Laing 


1 












1 8 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




4 








2 


Cornellius Collins 


1 












. i s 


Arnold Collins 


1 












1 8 


William Griffin 














1 8 




1 












1 8 




1 












1 8 


Willi VVillson 


1 












1 8 


John Holland 


1 




4 








2 


Patrick Moysler 


1 












1 8 


Samrn 1 Marshall, & sonn 


2 




4 






10 


4 6 


Willi Crichfeld 


1 












1 8 




1 












1 8 
















2 . 4 
22 16 



APPENDIX. 
Sheet No. 5. 



Ill 



No. 5. 


1 


Acres of 
Land. 


Houscing 
Mills & 
Wharfes. 


Horses. 


1 


Trades & 1 
Estates. 


a. d. 




1 




10 






40 


5 10 




1 




10 


1 




20 


4 7 


Samll Proctor 


1 




10 






30 


. 5 




1 




20 






10 


4 2 


Will Bryant . . 


1 




10 






g 


. 3 


Ben Mountfort 


1 




10 






20 


4 2 




3 




8 






10 


6 6 




1 




10 






20 


4 2 


Returne Waite . 


1 




4 








2 




1 




4 








2 


Experianc Willis 


1 




4 








2 


Michaiel Willis 


2 




4 








8 8 




1 




30 


3 


1 


20 


7 4 


Humph*? Perry 


1 












. 1 8 


Will Browne . . 


1 




15 






20 


4 7 


Mr. Maine 


2 












3 4 




4 




10 




1 




7 9 


John Gill 


1 












1 8 




2 




g 








. 3 10 








g 








. 6 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




4 








2 




1 




40 






60 


10 


Coll Sam '11 Shrimpkm 


2 




50 


3 




150 


113 




1 












1 8 




1 












1 8 


Will Keen 


2 




5 








3 9 


Joseph Phillips 


1 




7 








. 2 3 




2 




8 








4 




1 




8 






10 


3 2 


Christop r Crow ......... 


1 




Q 








. 2 2 




1 




g 








2 2 




1 




4 








2 


Tho Skinor 


2 




10 


1 






4 7 


Eliezer Moody 


1 




2 






g 


2 4 




1 




5 






10 


2 11 


Tho Parris . 


1 




5 






5 


2 6 



112 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Sheet No. 5. Continued. 



No. 5. 



Daved Jefferies 2 

Michel Perry 1 

Giles Master 1 

Will. Lackey 1 

George Farwell 2 

Tho. Gutterage 1 

Ben. Harris 1 

Mary Lechfield 

John Paintor 1 

Enock Greenleafe . . 
Abigail Dudson . . . 

Edward Hutchinson 1 

Rodger Killcop 1 

Sam'llLynde 1 

Margret Thatcher 

Moses Deshan 2 

Will Crow 1 

Will Ardall 

Dan Powning 1 

Joseph Smith 1 

Francis Smith 1 

John Baker 1 

Madam Rebecka Taylor 

James Loyde 1 

Mr Brookhouen 1 

Tho Brenly 1 

Will Brenly 1 

Will Lamb 1 

Nath Green 2 

Jno Gardnor 1 

Hump Richards 1 

Sam'llTyly 1 

Bozone Allen 2 

Rob't Prise 1 

John Thwing 1 

Joseph Peck 1 

85 



III 



10 



22 



11 



50 



20 



20 



50 



s. d. 



8 4 

1 8 

2 1 

2 1 

3 8 
3 2 



823 13 



1 8 

5 . 
1 8 

1 8 
4 2 

6 10 
3 4 

3 6 

2 1 
2 6 

4 2 
2 2 
1 8 
6 11 
4 4 
8 6 
1 8 
1 8 

1 8 

2 . 

6 10 

3 2 
1 10 
1 10 
8 2 

1 8 

2 . 
2 . 

7 4 



APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 5. Continued. 



113 



No. 5. 


1 

n 


* 

0> TJ 

o a 
<*J 


III 

WS^ 


Horses. 


1 


. 

|2 
ll 


s. d. 




i 




8 




1 


10 


3 5 


Will White 


i 




16 


1 




40 


6 9 


Tho Bnlkly 


i 




12 




j 


20 


4 7 


Manassa Beck 


i 




4 




1 




2 3 




i 




4 








2 




i 




6 




2 


10 


o a 




i 












1 8 


Ezekel Levet 


i 












1 8 




i 












1 8 




i 




20 








3 4 




i 












1 8 


John Bonamy . . . . ... 


i 












1 8 




i 




12 






10 


3 6 




2 




16 






40 


8 


Tho Atkinson . . 


I 




8 








2 4 


Richard Procktor 


1 




2 








1 10 


John Rowlestone 


1 




5 








2 1 




1 




6 






10 


3 




1 














Sam' 11 Button 


1 




5 








2 i 


Humpr Parson 


1 












1 8 




1 




4 






6 


2 6 


Will Hall 


1 




5 






5 


2 6 


Mary Swett 






15 




j 


20 


3 2 


Nicholas Backster 


1 












1 8 




1 














Will Gibhons 


1 




10 






10 


3 4 




1 




5 








2 1 




1 




8 


1 




20 


4 5 




1 




10 






10 


3 4 








6 








. . 6 


Francis Burroughs 


1 




8 


1 




60 


7 9 


Tho Bludsto 






15 






10 


2 1 




3 




20 


1 


2 


30 


10 1 




2 




10 








4 2 


John Kilby Jun'r 


1 












1 8 


Eliak Hutchmson Esq . 


2 




40 


3 




70 


, 13 9 



114 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

Sheet No. 5. Concluded. 



No. 5. 


! 

3 


s 

8 -a 

IJ 


SLs 
!*S 

=! 

K2 


Horses. 


1 


Trades & 

Estates. 


. d. 




i 




8 






20 


4 


Joseph Webb 


i 




5 








2 1 




i 




6 








2 2 


Habakuck Glouer 


i 




6 






10 


3 . 




i 




6 






10 


3 . 




i 




12 






50 


6 10 




i 




6 






10 


3 . 








10 








. 10 


John Wing . 


i 




80 








4 2 




i 












1 8 




i 




4 








2 . 








6 






6 


1 . 


John Tuttle 


2 




20 






20 


5 . 




















51 
85 


. 


399 
603 


11 


8 
5 


507 
823 


839 
13 7 4 




136 


. 


1,002 


18 


13 


1,330 


21 11 1 



Sheet No. 6. 



Not numbered, evidently 
No. 6. 


I 


"S 

S-e 

II 


Houseing 
Mills & 
Wharfes. 


Horses. 


Cowes. 


Trade & 
Estates. 


8. d. 


Robert Williams 


1 




3 




\ 




2 2 




1 




5 








2 1 




2 




8 








4 . 




1 




8 








2 4 




1 




10 


1 




20 


4 7 


Thomas Kirke ' . . . 


1 




4 








2 . 




1 




4 








2 . 




1 




4 








2 




1 




2 








1 10 


James Cornish . . . 


1 




5 








2 2 


Timothy Cunningham 


1 












1 8 




1 




25 


1 


1 


40 


7 5 


Thomas Creese . 


1 












1 8 



APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 6. Continued. 



115 



Not numbered, evidently 
No. 6. 


1 


Acres of 
Laud. 


Housejng 
Mills & 
Wharfee. 


o 
W 


s 
6 


Trade & 
Estate. 


. . d. 


Cap"> Nathll Byfield 


1 




12 






60 


7 8 




1 




2 








1 10 


William Gilbert . . 


I 




| 






30 


4 g 


Wlddowe Smith 






4 








4 




1 




10 






30 


5 


Widdow Geerish 






4 






a 


1 . 


Richard Wilkins 


1 




5 






10 


2 11 


David Johnson 


1 




4 








2 . 








4 






s 


1 




1 












1 8 




1 




4 








2 




1 




6 






10 


3 


John Eyre 


1 




20 


1 




40 


7 1 




I 
















1 




6 


1 


3 


20 


5 . 




1 




4 






12 


3 


James Dennis Sen'r 






3 






3 


6 




1 












1 8 




1 












1 8 




1 


5 




3 


1 




3 7 


Sam 11 Leee 


1 


10 






I 


30 


5 3 






5 




4 


1 




2 4 




1 




4 








2 






5 






1 




8 




1 


2 












Richard Christophers 


1 


4 










2 . 




1 


20 






1 


15 


4 10 






37 








5 


3 6 


Ezekial Cheever ........ 


1 












1 8 




1 


4 










2 . 




2 


25 




3 


1 


20 


8 7 




1 












1 8 




1 


4 










2 . 




1 


4 










2 . 




1 


4 










2 . 


Henry Sharp 


1 












1 8 




1 


6 










2 2 



116 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

Sheet No. 6. Continued. 



Not numbered, evidently 
No. 0. 


i 

w 


Acres of 
Land. 


-M 

SJ9& 

wiS 


Horses. 


i 


Trade & 
Estate. 


. s. d. 






10 








20 


2 6 






10 






i 


20 


2 9 




i 


4 










2 




i 


25 




1 


i 


60 


9 5 




i 


5 










2 1 




i 


19 








10 


3 8 




i 


20 






j 




3 7 




i 


20 




1 


i 


40 


7 4 




i 


20 






i 


20 


5 3 




i 










10 


2 6 


Thomas Palmer 


i 


10 








60 


7 6 




i 












1 8 




i 


4 










2 




2 


15 






i 




4 10 




3 


6 










5 6 




1 


18 








20 


4 10 




1 












1 8 




1 


2 










1 10 




1 


2 










1 10 




1 


30 






i 


100 


12 9 




2 


18 






i 


50 


9 3 




1 












1 8 


Sam 11 Bedwell 


1 


2 










1 10 




3 


10 








10 


6 8 


Thomas Baker 




6 






i 


6 


1 3 




2 


6 




1 




5 


4 10 




1 












1 8 


Enoch Greenlieffe . . . . 




10 










ttornl 




1 




4 








2 . 








16 






30 


3 10 




1 












1 8 


Charles Sweet ( v ) 


1 












1 8 




1 












1 8 




2 




20 






20 


6 8 


Henry Tickner . ... . 


1 












1 8 


Thomas Cottle 


1 












1 8 




1 


6 


6 








2 2 






APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 6. Continued. 



117 



Not numbered, evidently 
Ao. O. 


i 


Acres of 
Land. 


Houseing 
Mills & 
Wharfes. 


J 


Cowes. 


Trade & 
Estate. 


s. d. 




i 




8 


1 




15 


. 4 




i 












1 8 




i 




5 


1 




5 


2 11 


John Hurd 


i 
















i 
















i 


4 












Peter Barker . . . . . . 


i 


4 










2 




i 
















i 
















i 
















i 


4 










2 


Coll Nicho* Paige 


i 


30 




1 




100 


12 11 












t 




1 8 




i 


5 








5 


2 6 


Thomas Mallett 


i 


10 








5 


2 11 


Pai<re . . . 


i 












1 8 


Duke 


i 












1 8 






| 








g 


1 




3 


25 




1 




20 


9 3 




1 


7 










2 3 


Sam'll Phillips 


2 


8 








20 


5 8 


Dunkin Cambell . . . 


1 


8 








5 


2 9 


W m Paine 


2 


g 








10 


4 jo 




1 


10 








20 


. 4 2 




1 


4 










2 




1 


4 










2 




1 


Q 








20 


3 10 




2 


Q 






1 




4 1 




1 














Nicho" King 


1 


30 






2 


30 


7 2 




2 


30 








80 


12 6 




4 


40 




1 


1 


100 


19 




1 










20 


3 4 


G-lanvil at Mr. Rhandolphs . 


1 












1 8 




2 


20 






1 


40 


9 10 




1 












1 8 




1 












1 8 



118 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

Sheet No. 6. Continued. 



Not numbered, evidently 
Ao. 6. 


i 

H 


Acres of 
Land. 


Houseing 
Mills & 
Wharfes. 


Horses. 


I 




a si 
T3 tS 

-^ 
E"S 


8. 


d. 




i 


40 








10 


5 


10 


Coll Freere .... 


i 










20 


3 


1 




i 










20 


3 


1 




i 


6 










2 


? 




i 


6 










2 


o 




i 


2 






1 




2 


1 


Widdowe Man . . ...... 




20 








4 


2 




















^| 




2 


4 










3 


8 


Dan'llAllin 


1 


16 




1 


1 


30 


6 


4 






6 








5 


1 






1 


15 








10 


3 







1 






1 






2 


ft 




1 




3 


1 






2 


4 




2 


6 






1 




4 


1 


Sam'll Phillips 


1 


4 










2 




Edward Hill 


1 


4 










2 






1 


4 










2 






1 


10 










2 


| 


Mr Sam'll Willard 


1 


15 






1 




3 


| 




1 


6 








10 


3 






1 


4 










2 




Widdowe Winslow, Judith .... 


1 


6 

4 










6 
10 


. 1 

2 


10 




1 


4 










2 






1 


5 








10 


2 


11 




1 


20 






1 


25 


5 


8 


Rob't Butcher .... "... 


3 


6 










5 


fi 




1 


4 










2 




Nath'll Dew . . 


1 












1 


S 


Obadiah Dew 


1 












1 


8 




1 


4 










2 






1 


4 










2 




Samuell Clowe .......... 


1 












1 






3 


20 




1 ' 


1 


20 


9 


. 


Sam'll Bill 


1 


4 








20 


3 


| 


Nath'll Foxe . 


1 


10 








20 







APPENDIX. 
Sheet No. 6. Concluded. 



119 



Not numbered, evidently 
No. 6. 


1 

w 


Acres of 
Land. 


Houses 
Mills & 
Wharfes. 


Horses. 


i 


Trade & 
Estate. 


s. < 


James Hill . . 


3 


10 






i 


20 


7 i 


Sam'll Parris . 




10 






i 


20 


2 




1 


4 










2 




1 


12 








20 


4 


Charles Lidgett Esq ... 


1 


20 




3 




80 


11 






6 














1 


20 




1 


i 


30 


6 




1 


4 










2 




1 




4 








2 




















104 


628 
66 


66 


13 


14 


957 


15 "] 

12 






694 














Sheet No. 7. 



No. 7. 


! 

W 


Acres of 
Land. 


Houses 
Mills & 
Wharfes. 


Horses. 


Cowes. 


Trades & 
Estates. 


s. d. 




l 




8 






10 


3 2 




2 




8 








4 . 


Theodor Adkinson 


1 




10 




1 




2 9 




1 




15 






20 


3 4 


Edward Wyllys 


1 




20 




1 


20 


5 3 


Widd WTietcombe . . 






20 




1 


20 


3 7 


W m Fisher . . ...... 


1 




4 








2 








6 






6 


1 . 




1 




4 








2 . 




1 




6 








. 2 2 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




4 








2 . 


Rob* Eable 


1 




| 








2 2 


Rich Draper 


1 












1 8 




1 




2 








1 10 



120 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

Sheet No. 7. Continued. 



DTo. 7. 


n 


Acres of 
Land. 


s| 

III 


Horses. 


Cowes. 


& . 

J 

s 


s. d. 




2 




15 


1 






5 . 


Joseph Hill 


1 












1 8 




1 




6 








2 2 


Henry Calkott . . 


1 












1 8 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




10 








2 6 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




3 








1 11 




2 




4 








3 8 


W m Fuller 


1 




8 


1 


1 




3 . 




1 




4 




1 


10 


3 1 


John Fosdicke 


2 




2 








3 6 


Rich Harris 


1 




40 




1 


20 


5 11 




1 




5 








2 1 


Nath Balston ...... 


1 




6 






20 


3 10 


Tho Bligb 


1 




10 




1 




2 6 




1 




3 


1 




6 


2 10 


Edw Ashle 


1 




6 








2 2 


Rich Cornish 


1 




2 








1 10 




1 












1 8 


Caleb Chaiffin . . 


1 




4 








2 . 


Tho Clarke 


1 




10 






10 


3 4 




1 




2 








1 10 




2 




8 








4 . 


Benj Gillam . 


1 




5 






5 


2 6 




1 




5 




] 




2 4 




1 












1 8 




1 












1 8 




1 




15 






5 


3 4 


"Wldd Langle 






4 








4 


W m Needham 


1 




6 






4 


2 6 




1 












1 8 


Regnall Odor . ... 


1 




6 








2 2 


Nath Oliuer 


1 




40 


1 


1 


50 


9 10 








10 






14 


2 8 


Edw Thwinse . . 


1 




4 








. 2 



APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 7. Continued. 



121 



]Vo. 7. 



JSTath Thear 1 

Rich Willy 1 

Rob't Wright 1 

John Winscome 1 

Tho: Wiborne 2 

John Wear 1 

John Temple 1 

Arther Tanner 1 

George Tui'feere 1 

W m Slacke 1 

Rowland Stoope 2 

Ralph Striker . . 1 

John Smith 1 

Tho: Smith, blacksmith 2 

Giles Silvester 

Ebenezer Messenger 1 

Dan'llOliuer 1 

72 

Hugh Price 1 

Henry Duen 1 

Tho Davis 1 

John Booker 1 

Abraham Blush 3 

Jonathan Balston Jun'r ...... 1 

Peter Bowden 1 

John Balston 1 

Jonathan Balstou Sen'r 1 

Stephen Butler 1 

Sarn'll Bridge 1 

Charles Blincoe 

John Densden 1 

Adam Densden 1 

Joseph Densden 1 

Edw Drinker 1 

Joseph Day 1 

Sam'll Green . . 1 1 



1*1 



10 

2 

10 
4 
5 
2 
5 

10 
3 
8 
6 
2 
6 

24 
4 

10 

362 



20 



10 



20 



330 



8. d. 



3 4 

. 2 6 

1 10 

4 5 
. 3 8 
. 3 9 

1 10 
4 7 

3 4 
. 1 11 
. 4 . 

2 2 

1 10 
. 3 10 
. 2 . 

2 . 

4 2 

937 



10 



80 



20 



1 10 

2 . 

2 . 

1 10 
5 6 

3 . 

2 1 
5 . 

10 10 

2 . 

2 5 

. 6 

1 10 

1 10 

1 8 

4 7 

2 . 
2 2 



122 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92, 

Sheet No. 7. Continued. 



Wo. 7. 



John Greenliffe 1 

Tho Gretion 

James Glasse 1 

W" Holloway Sen'r 2 

W m Holloway Jun'r 1 

Abraham Harrison 1 

Joshua Hubbert 1 

Tho Messenger 1 

Jacob Moline 1 

John Mash, [or N"ash] butcher ... 1 

Henry Munford 1 

John Mash, [or Nashj currier ... 1 

[ Alexander Bulman]* 

EdwBrumfeild 1 

Jo Apleton 1 

Symon Bredstreet 1 

John Baker 1 

John Cooke 1 

WiddCooke 

John Curbe 1 

Gilbert Cole 2 

Dauid Crutch 1 

Tho Pound 1 

Jonathan Pollard 1 

Joseph Parsons 1 

Nath Pearce 1 

Danell Quinze 1 

JohnMelloes 1 

Sam'll Marshall 2 

Benj. Marshall 1 

John Robinson 1 

Tho Raper 1 

NathRenolds 1 

Joshua Rice 1 

W> Robins 1 

Tho Shipcott 1 



o 

" 



16 



II 



20 



50 



40 



10 



s. d. 



2 5 

1 . 

2 2 
4 7 
2 2 
2 4 
2 . 
2 2 
4 . 
2 7 
7 5 
2 4 



1 8 

3 2 

2 2 
1 8 

6 

1 8 

4 1 
1 8 
1 11 

1 8 
6 8 

2 . 

3 8 
2 . 

4 5 

1 10 

2 6 

1 10 

2 2 
1 10 



* Cancelled. 



APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 7. Continued. 



123 



Wo. 7. 



a. d. 



Tho Smith 1 

Henry Shearloe 1 

Joseph Stocker 1 

Tho Stapleford 1 

Tho Wheeler Sen'or 1 

Tho Wheeler Juen'or 1 

Widd Wooddy 

Edw Wanton 1 

Sam" Wurdon 1 

John Pinchin 1 

Sam'll Pearce 1 

John Poole 2 

Widd: Noise 

W m Phillips 1 

Edmond Perkins 

Tho Peck, Junior 1 

74 

Edw Tommas 1 

Rich Patishall 

John Peck 1 

Tho Prince 1 

James Pecker 1 

James Penneman 1 

Earth: Button 1 

W Smith 2 

George Smith 1 

Widd Hough 
Widd Stebbins 

Peter Sarjent 2 

JohnSalle 1 

John Merriam, Se'or 1 

Isack Merriam 1 

Sam'll Merriam 1 

Rob't Sanders 1 

Stephen Sarj.mt 1 

Henry Steph jns 

Sauill Simson 3 



426 



20 



30 



1 8 

1 8 

1 10 

2 10 
4 4 



2 2 
2 2 
5 . 



11 416 



. 1 

. 1 

5 

2 
8 10 



60 



10 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
1 

1 

12 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 



5 6 



124 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 

Sheet No. 7. Concluded. 



]Vo. 7. 


a 


Acres of 
Land. 


Houses 
MU1R& 
Wharfes. 


H 


Cowes. 

1 


& . 

c 3 
c 3 
2^ 
E-H 


8. d. 




i 




2 








1 10 




i 








1 




1 11 








6 




1 


3 


1 


Ratliffe 


i 












1 8 


Widd Pollard 






12 






18 


2 6 




i 












1 8 




i 














Widd Parsons for her weare house 






20 








1 8 


Will Clarke 


i 




10 






20 


4 2 


Tho - Save 


i 












1 8 


Sam'll Oker 


i 












1 8 




















30 





216 
426 
362 


i 


7 


203 
416 
330 


453 

937 
8 10 7 


Widd Elizabeth Winsloe 






1,004 






949 
6 


21 19 5 
6 



















Sheet No. 8. 


No. 8. 


1 
W 


Acres of 


1 

ll 


s 


1 


1 


8. d. 




1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 


. 


8 
2 
4 
4 
8 
4 
6 
30 
4 


1 


1 
1 

1 


10 
100 


. 2 7 
. 1 10 
2 3 
. 2 . 
. 3 2 
2 . 
2 2 
. 14 10 
. 2 . 




W m King 






John Pell 


Mathias Smith 


Capt Sam'll Sewell 




Rich Cobb . . 


Will Tudman 


4 

6 


. 


. 


5 


2 . 

2 7 





APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 8. Continued. 



125 



Wo. 8. 


I 


Acres of 


Wharfes 
&c. 


Cowes. 


Horses. 


!<* 




2 




6 










2 




6 




1 




Will* Baker 


2 




2 






i 


"Will Wallise 


1 


















6 










2 




g 


1 


1 






1 




2 










1 




g 








Elisha Odlin 






5 


1 








1 




5 










3 




20 


2 


5 










5 


1 












10 






20 


Tho Mousett ..... ... . 


1 




g 


1 






"Widd Raynsford 






6 


1 




15 




1 




4 










1 




4 


1 






W ra Obinson . . . 






10 




1 


10 


Tho Wa^gett ...*.... 


1 














1 




6 


1 








1 












Domenick att Alex Synisins .... 


1 














1 




6 








Rob't Sanderson Se'or ....... 


I 
1 





6 
10 


1 
1 





10 




1 




3 










1 




4 










2 




10 
























1 




6 


1 






















1 




18 




1 


30 




1 


















g 


1 


1 






2 




12 


1 


3 


20 




1 












Tho: Baker . ... 


1 




6 









a. d. 



126 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92- 
Sheet No. 8. Continued. 



No. 8. 



EH =8 



s. d. 



Tho: Walker Jun'or 1 

John Clowe 1 

John Squire 1 

James White 1 

Gorge Clark 1 

Peter Welcome 1 

Widd Elliott 

Widd Daurs 

Tho Downe 1 

Theophal Frary 2 

Henry Lilly 1 

James Harris 1 

WiddElgason 

Satisfaction Belcher 1 

W Pollard 1 

69 

John Belcher 1 

Seth Perre 2 

John Unett 1 

Hugh Drewry 1 

Sam'll Vesee 1 

Eneas Solter 2 

ElizarHolioak 1 

Sampson Sheefe 1 

James Smith 1 

Moses Payne 2 

Rich White 1 

John Cornish 1 

John Blake 1 

Tho Phillips 1 

Joseph Cowell 1 

Edw. Cowell 1 

Hezakiah Usher .' 1 

John Mason 1 

Sam'll Mason 2 

Michaell Shaller 1 

Sam'll East 1 



20 



24 



14 



310 



2 2 

2 . 

2 2 

1 8 

2 2 

3 10 
2 3 

4 

5 8 

6 1 
2 5 
2 3 

9 

1 10 

2 6 
18 9 



20 



1 8 

4 10 

1 8 
3 4 

2 2 

3 9 

3 10 

5 10 
2 6 

6 6 
2 . 
2 . 

4 . 
2 . 
2 10 

4 5 

5 3 
2 . 
4 1 
4 7 
1 10 



APPENDIX. 

Sheet No. 8. Concluded. 



127 



]Vo. 8. 


B 


Acres of 


| 

Is 


Cowes. 


Horses. 


| 

1. 
H# 


8. d. 




1 




4 








2 . 




1 




4 








2 . 


~\Y" m \Veaver 


1 




2 








1 10 


Mathew Mably 


1 




2 








1 10 




1 




4 


1 






2 3 


Giles Fifeilde . . 


1 




5 






10 


2 11 




1 












1 8 




2 




12 


1 


3 


10 


6 8 




1 












1 8 




1 




4 








2 


Widd Barnard . . . . 






6 






6 


1 




1 




2 








1 10 


Edw Ellis 


1 




5 


1 






2 4 




1 




6 








2 2 


Sam'll Bicknell . . 


1 




6 








2 2 




2 




g 








4 




2 




4 








3 8 




2 




5 








3 9 




1 




2 








1 8 




1 




6 








2 2 


Jonathan Francklin, in "Wyn's house 


1 
1 





4 

2 











2 . 
1 10 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




2 








1 10 


W m ' Middleton .... 


1 




2 








1 10 




1 




2 








1 10 




1 




4 








2 




1 












V 

1 8 




1 












1 8 


Isack \VHhite . 


1 












1 8 


Rich Leeke 


1 




2 








1 10 




















60 

69 




261 
383 


10 
24 


8 
14 


181 
310 


7 4 3 
8 18 9 




129 
1 




644 
8 


34 


22 


491 
20 


16 3 




1 




4 








8 




1 




4 
























16 11 3 



128 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



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130 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



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131 



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132 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



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APPENDIX. 



133 



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134 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



BOSTON, VALUATION OF 1688. 

At the State House also will be found in the Usurpation Papers, 
Vol. 129, pp. 139 to 159 inclusive, a list of tax-payers and their 
property, in Boston, in 1688. 

Although a careful copy has been made of these lists, which 
will be placed at the City Clerk's office with other documents, it 
has been found unadvisable to undertake to print all the details of 
the taxable estates. In the following pages, therefore, only the 
names of the tax-payers are given, with the statement of the num- 
ber of heads in each family. 



"BOSTON VALUATION. 
BOSTON, 27 August, 1688. 

The Ten sheets of paper annexed Contain a List of the male 
Persons in the Town of Boston from Sixteen yeares old and up- 
wards And an Estimation of y e Real and Personal Estate in the 
said Town, whereby it appeares 

That y' e Heads at 20 d - p r head comes to 124. 18. 4 
Estates at one penny p r pound comes to 83. 4. 8J 



208. 3. OJ. 



1499 heads." 
" Taken by E COOKE, Comiss r . 

D TURELL 

TIMO. PROUTT 
JN FAYERWEATHER 
EDW D WILLYS 
J. ADDINGTON 
P. TOWNS END 

AD. WlNTHROP 

JAMES HILL" 



1688. Sheet No. 1. 



William Parkraan, 
Will Shute, 
Samuell Saxon, 
Gabriell Fishlock, 
Elias Parkman, 
William Ireland J r , 
John Jaruis sen r , 
Richard Shute, 
Josepth Buckley, 
Arthur Smith, 
Thomas Hunt, 
Jonathan Farnura, 
John Wood, 
Timothy Thornton, 
Nath Hall, 
Ezekiall Clesbe, 
Edward Bricknell, 



Josepth Souter Jun, r 
John Parmeter, 
John Holland, 
Edw. Twing, 
John Nash, 
John Leach, 
John Holbrock, 
Thomas Watkins, 
Edward Bud, 
John Mattone, 
John Pullin, 
William Greenough, 
John Eyres, 
John White, 
John Robbinson, 
John Welch, 
Andrew Wilson, 



APPENDIX. 



135 



Nicholas Inglesbe, 
Samuell Ruck, Jun r , 
Josepth Penniwell, 
Will lu Day,* 
Michaell Sliute, 
Thomas Gutteridge, 
Hezekiah Hinckman, 
Nath: Hinckman,* 
Wid. Berry, 
William Avis, 
Samuell Ruck sen r , 
Elias Jaruis, 
Benjamin Williams, 
George Hiskett, 
Josepth Morse, 
Thomas Attkins, 
Kichard Tuells, 
Francis Hudson, 
Tho. Eldredge, 
Thomas Palmer, 
Percey Clark, 
Samuell Hudson, 
S r Will m Phipps, 
Samuell Nowell Esq r , 
William Hobby sen 1 , 
George Hooper, 
Charls Hopkins, 
Jn Ransford* wid., 
Jn Wilkins, 
Edw Collins, 
Josepth Peniwell Jun r , 
William Clou, 
Robert Seares, 
David Faukener Jun r , 
James Smith, mariner, 
Isaac Grose, 
John Earthy, 
Edward Pell, 
Josias Baker, 
Francis Whittman, 
Stephen Swusey, 
William Mortoe, 
Wid: Guard, 
William Loud, 
Josepth Nash, 
William Starling, 
Nath. Parkman, 
David Vaune, 
Ebenezer Plum, 
Lawrence White, 
Thomas Goodale, 
Lawrence Drisco, 
Robert Moore, 
Lawrence Walters, 
Richard Towl Jun r , 
Benjamen Wardell, 
John Lane, 
Josias Stone, 
Andrew EHott, 
Will m Condey, 
Josepth Eldredge, 
William Harris, 
John Oliuer, 
Edw. Ransford* wid, 



Nicholas George, 1 

Robert Gaiuon, 1 

Samuell Greenwood, sen r , 2 

Thomas Edmonds, 1 

Thomas Martin, 1 

Samuell White, 1 

Jacob Mason, 1 

Jonas Clark, 1 

John Cranmer, 1 

John Attwood, 2 

John Foreland, 1 

Josepth Williams, 1 

George Rol>binson, 1 

Josepth Robbinson, Coop r , 1 

John Smith, 1 
Wid Hunt, 

William Euerton, 1 

Daniell Ballard, 1 

Jonathan Jackson, 1 
John Nontock, Schoole maste, 1 

Alexander Seares, 1 

William Coleman, 1 

Samuell Ciiickley, 1 

John Oakey, 2 

Thomas Baker, 3 

John Stephens, 2 

John Jaruis, Jun r , 1 

Robert Smith, 1 

Samson Walters, 2 

Isaac Griffin, 1 

Edward Page, Jun r , 1 
Wid. Kellond, 

Thomas Lyscum, 2 

John Vyall, 1 

Ooediah Gill, 4 

Will. Davis, 1 

Major John Richards, 1 

Jonathan Howard, 1 

Jonathan Bill, 2 

John Haden, 1 

Samuell Burnell, 1 

Zacheriah Davis, 1 

Peter Femes, 1 

William Downes, 1 

Josepth Short, 1 
Wid. Hunt, 
Thomas Johnson, 
Vincent Williams, 
John Leach, Baker, 
Robt Brimsden, 
George Noell,* 
Job Chamberline, 
John Roberts, 

John Tapper, 1 

Samuell Greenwood, Jun r , 3 

Josepth Graunt, 4 

James Robes, 1 

John Marshall, 1 
Wid. Lumsley, 
Wid. Kemball, 
Henry Kemball, 

Phillip Bass, 1 
Will. Hough, 

John Rashley, 1 



136 



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Poet Wadsworth, 
John Pitts, 
Will" 1 Burroughs, 
Wid Groues, 
Jn Major, 
Will" 1 Arding, 
Wid. Scarlett, 



Josepth Tayler, 1 

John Cliskett, 1 

Mr. Lane att John Smiths, bucher, 1 
James Goodwin, 3 

208 



1688. Sheet No. 2. 



Dauid Edwards, 1 

John Gey, 1 

Joshua Gey & two seruants, 3 
Widdow Dowden, 

Joseph Gallop, 1 

Beniamin Gallop, 1 

Richard Whitredge, 1 

Thomas Lausenbey, 1 

John Hunt, 1 

Beniamin Breem, & 2 

Beniamin Starr, 1 

Richard Knight, 1 

Thomas Child, 2 

Doct r John Clark, 1 
Henery Williams, 

Daniell Turrell, sen r , 2 

Jonathan Addams, 2 

Natlianiell Adams, 2 

Dauid Addams,* 2 

Abraham Addams, 1 

James Dowell, 1 

John Snelling, 1 

Sammuell Barrell, 1 

George Barrell Jun r , 1 

John Butler, 1 

Dauid Eddows, 1 

William Burt, 1 

John Lauson, 1 
Widdow Olliuer, 

William Stratton, 1 
Widdow Williams, 

John Wakefeild, 2 

Obt'diah Wakefeild, 1 

James Williams, 1 

William W better, 1 

Mathew Auger, 1 

John Nicols, 3 

John Bushnell, 1 

John Boys, 1 

John Showrey, 1 

John Child, 1 

M r Richard Meddlecott, 1 

Andrew Marriner, 3 

George Hallett, 1 

Joseph Arnold, 1 

John Green, 1 

Edward Summers, 1 

George Mathews, 1 

William Jeffery, 1 

John Langdon, 2 

Docter William Huse, ] 

John Starr sen r , 1 

John Starr jun r , 1 



M r Addam Winthrop, 1 

Jose Winthrop, . 1 

John Pearce, wosted Comer, 2 

Theodus Moore, 1 

Christopher Addams, I 

William Dennis, 1 

Francis Holland, 1 

Robert Maugridge, 1 

Sammuell Phelps, 1 

John Goff, 2 

William Mumford, 2 

Richard Merritt, 1 

Joseph Marriner, 1 

Dauid Copp, 3 

John Pitcher, 1 

Daniell Trailers sen r , 1 

John Farnum, secundus, 1 

Dauid Farnum, 1 

Dauid Norton, 1 

William Arnold, 1 

Dauid Carwithy, 1 

M 1 ' Aston, at M 1 Joules, 1 
Widdow Joules, 

James Warden, 1 

Edward i'eatfv, 3 

Gilbert Cardey, 1 
Mrs. Warren, widdow 

John Ketch, 1 

Jonathan Charles, 1 

Thomas Harris, 1 

John Harris, 1 

Thomas Willis, 1 

James Halsey, 2 

John Clesbey, 1 

Edward Goodwin, 1 

JNicoias Phillips, 1 

Daniel Turreiljun r , 2 

William Dediow, [or Bedlow"] 1 

James Howard, 1 
Edward Mortimore, 

James Greene jun r , 1 

Calleb Uawlins, 1 

M r John Foster, 2 

M r Watter house, 2 
John Piaysted, 

John Commer, 1 
Robert Cum bey, 

Richard Austen, 1 

Maior Anthoney Howard, 2 

Richard Wey, 2 

John Scale, 1 

M 1 ' Shippery, 2 
Thomas Watson, at M r Shiprys, 1 



APPENDIX. 



137 



Mr Medcap, at M r Shiprys, 1 

Nathaniell Baker, 2 

William W alley, at Nat Baker, 

Erasmose Steuens, 1 

Thaeher Atokins, 1 

John Kertile, 1 

John Hadcler, 1 

Thomas Moore, 

John Williams, 

Thomas Thirteen, 1 

Edward Worrell, 1 

Edmuud Mumford sen r , 1 

Edward Mumford Jun r , 1 

Mosses Pearce, 

John Stanbridge, 1 

George Henly, 1 

Hennery Ernes, 2 

Widdow Kind, 

Tymothy Wadworth, 1 

Joseph Russell, 1 

Widdow Cundy, 

Andrew Stillians, 1 

Widdow Baxter, 

John Bearneard, 2 

Thomas Bearnerd, 2 

Robert Howard, 2 

Beniamin Mils at M r Howards, 

John Synderlin, 

M Barber, A Tayler, 

William Barrett, 

James English, 

Nicolas Gwinnop, 

Will Broning, at Gwinops, 

John Hauthorne, at Gwinnops, 

W m Arbuckle & his brother, at 

James English's, 2 

William Rouse, 1 

Cap 1 Sugars, 1 

M r Richards, 1 

Mrs. Winsley widdow, 
William Turner, 1 

Flowrence Keen, 1 

Samnmell Dobson, 2 

Sammuell Bayley, 
Daniell Trauers, Jun r , 
Tobias Atckins, at Mrs. Tomas, 
Richard Tout, sen r , 
Thomas Berry, 
Thomas Bill, 
Erecte Hamlin, 
Richard Ryeraft, 
Andrew Willett, 
Charles Demerrett, 



William Perram, Jun r , 1 

Good ra Pamer, 1 

John Granton, 1 

John Trow, 1 

Thomas Gold, 1 

James Burges, 2 

William Norton, 1 

Obediah Reade, 1 

Good 1 " Crisp, 1 

Abraham Gording, 1 

John Bayly, 1 

William Robe, 1 

Josiah Greele, 1 

Sammuell Greele, 1 

Jacob Hewen, 1 

James Thorneberry, 1 

Thomas Webb, 1 

Mathew Joanes, 1 

Tymothy Prout, 1 

Joseph Prout, 1 
John Search, 

Thomas Ashley, 1 

Joseph Jackson, 1 

M r Coale, at Sumners house, 1 

John Moore, 2 

Zachariah Kerke, 1 

M r Goodman, 1 

Beniamin Rawlins, 1 

Thomas Kembale, 1 

Hennery Webster, 1 

Cap* Hutchison, 1 

Thomas Warren, 1 
Widdow Anderson, 

William Towers, 1 

John Kind, 2 

Sammuell Addams, 3 

Thomas Beues, 1 

William Kent, 1 

Jabes Salter, 2 

Joseph Sopper, 1 

Joseph Calley, 1 
Nicklas Correll, at Mrs. Tommas, 1 

Thomas Kellen, 1 
Widdow Tommas, 

John Drew, 1 

George Kallender, 1 

M r Lauson, 1 

Tymothy Pratt, 1 

Amos Morrell, 1 

George Kerbey, 1 

M r Morton, Bruer, 1 

249 



1688. Sheet No. 3. 



John Coney sen r , 2 

Cap 1 William Wright, 2 

Joseph Callow, 1 
Edw. Robinson, at Wid. Tabots, 1 

Will Troutt, att s d widdoes, 1 

Thomas Gutteridge Jun r , 1 

Abraham Leatherbrich, 1 



Richard Mussivant, 
Thomas Verrine, 
John Verrine sen r , 
John Verrine Jun r , 
John Webber, 
John Curtis, 
Samuell Ruggles, 



138 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Richard Ellis, 1 

Richard Lad, 1 

John Ferneside, 1 

Jacob Ferneside, 1 

John Endicott, 3 

Thos. Paggester, 1 

Joseph Wing, 1 

Ellis Callender, 

Phillip Squire, 

Samuell Turell, 

J*ohn Figg, 

Will 1 " Snell, 

Eliather Blake, 

Samuell Wakefeild, 

Thomas Fox. 

Robert Feathergale, 

Joan Ireland, 

John Gardner, 

Lott Gourding, 

Gilbert Bant, 

John Gipson, 

John Farnum, Tertius, 

Samuell Johnson, 

William Bouldorson, 

Thomas Hichborne, Joyn r , 

George Hallord, Jun r , 

Tho: Gushing, 

Jeremieh Gushing, 

Isaac Loring, 

Hugh Mulligan, 

Thomas Paul, 1 

Richard Brookes, 2 

John Cunniball, 1 

James Ranstrap, 1 

Samuell Jackson, 1 

Joseph How, 

Samuell Walker, 1 

Abraham Francis, 1 

Robert Wakam, 1 

John Holbrock, at wid. Euerills 1 

Wid Euerill, 

Joseph Pierce, 2 

Nath. Williams, 1 

Wid. Tompson, 

John Sharpe, att Wid. Tompsons, 1 

Joseph Bacon,, att s d widdows, 1 

Isaac Walker, 1 

Susanna Walker, 

Thomas Stanbury, 1 

Samuell Cohoune, 1 

John Jacob, 1 

John Aiding, 1 

Thomas Grose, 1 

Joseph Hilliard, 2 

Nath: Eton, att s d Hilliard 1 

Capt. Tho. Savage, 2 

Thomas Ingglesbe, 1 

Thomas Pemerton, 2 

David Harris, 1 

John Dver, 1 

Samuell Chickley, 2 



John Ballintine, 1 

Elias Heath, l 
Joseph Stacey, att Jno. Ballintine, 1 

Christopher Goff, 1 

Nath. Shannon, 1 

John Cotty, 1 
John Nelson & for Long Island, 1 

Robert Johnson, 1 

Pilgrirne Simkins, 1 

John Tiler, 1 
John Ledagine, att Wid. Prouseys, 1 
Wid. Prouss, 

Joshua Winsor, 2 

Will m Palphrey, 1 

Edw. Lilly, 1 
Jeremiah Gibson, att s d Lillys, 1 

Rich d Chiuers, 1 

Gyles Dyer, 1 

Isaac Jones, 1 

Francis Marshall, 1 

John Kibbey, 2 

John Combes, 2 
Ephraim Greene, att s d Combes, 1 

John Oris, 2 

Job Prince, 1 

Nath: Jewell, 1 

Rich d Talley, 1 

John Smith, Tayler, 1 

Christopher Talbott, 1 

Constantine Sands, 1 

Henry Bennett, 1 

Thomas Paddey, 1 

Jn Walley, Jun r 1 

Ebenezer Price, 1 

Reney Grignon, 1 

Lancelot Lake, 1 

John Soames, 3 

Ralph Carter, 2 

Samuell Nanney, 1 

Benj Dyer, 1 

Mouns r Deshon, Tayler, 2 

Mouns r Millar, 1 

Edward Eueritt, 1 

Samuell Hobburt, 1 

Samuell Mattock, sen r , 1 

Samuell Mattock, Jun r , 1 

Thomas Bishop, 1 

Samuell Peacock, 1 

John Mayne, att Peacocks, 1 

John Auger, 2 

George Cable, 2 
Mouns r Berbat, att David Bassetts, 1 
Mouns r Allen, att sd Bassetts, 1 

John Ridgeway, 1 

Joseph Townsend, 1 

John Walley, sen r , 1 

Timothy Dwight, 1 
Edward Randolph Esq r , 



Totall 



150 



APPENDIX. 



139 



1688. Sheet No. 4. 



Edward Cricke, 3 

James Hooper, 1 
Jonathan Savage, 

Cap* John Blackwell, 1 

John Hunlock, 1 

Jarvis Ballard, 1 

James Webster sen r , 1 

Samuel Howard, 1 

John Marshall, 1 

John Tuckerman Jun r , 1 

William Manley, 1 

Arthur Hale, ' 1 

John Fairfield, 1 

Barth Threenedle, 1 

Benj a Threenedle, 1 

James Hawkins, 1 

Eleazer Farrington, 1 

Daniel Fairfield, 1 

Wm. Dawes, 1 

Amhros Dawes, 2 

Jonathan Dawes, 2 

Job Ingraham, 1 

Simon Daniel, 2 

Thomas Cooper, 1 

Stephen Minott, 3 

Roger Doubledee, 1 

William Payne, 2 

David Stephens, Joyner, ] 

Benj Emons, 2 

Michael Homer, 2 

Thomas Harris, 2 

James Barton, 1 

John Ruggles, 1 

John Bigg, 1 

John Foy, 1 

Jonas Clay, 1 

William Billings, 1 

John Davis, 1 

Benj Walker, 1 

Francis Foxcroft, 2 

Samuel Ravenscroft, 1 
Sarah Harris, 

Anthony Checkley, 1 

Jeremiah Tay, 1 

Thomas Harwood, 1 

Samuel Holman, 1 

John Walker, 1 

Abraham Smith, 2 
George Pierson, 

James Fowle, 1 
Mary Thacher, 

Barthol Cheever, 3 

John Robinson, 1 

John Borland, 1 

John Cordner. 1 

Robert Shelston, 1 

Lewis Allare, 1 

Joshua Brodbent, 2 

Thomas Edwards, 1 

John Edwards, 1 

Isaac Cousens, 1 

Christopher Clarke, 1 

Taylor, 1 



Samuel Jacklin, 
James Smith, 
Thomas Dewer, 
Thomas Mallett, 
Sampson Dewer, 
William Gibson, 
John Strange, 
Allen Auhaltree, 1 

Mungo Crawford, 1 

Grimston Bowd, 2 

Harry Clarke, 2 

John Horton, 1 

Moses Bradford, 1 

William Parsons, 1 

James Cooke, 1 

John Birge, 3 

Sampson Stoddard, 
James Sherlock Esq., 
Josiah Cobham jun 1 ', 
Aron Jetfall, 
Thomas Hamblin, 
William Griggs, 
Nicholas Hale, 
Thomas Hunt, 
Edward Watkins, 
James Bagley, 
Joseph Brading, 
James Burgis, 
Tho Cooke, Butcher, 
Stephen Clifford, 
Richard Barnard, 1 

David Stephens, Taylor, 1 

Richard Michall, arow tenier, 1 

Knott, 1 

John Haikett, 1 

Briantt Smith, 1 

Benjamin Harwood, 1 

Crossen, 1 

James More, at Persons, 1 

Robert Lewis, 2 servants and one 

Cow, 3 

Benjamin Barnard, 1 

William Willsom, 1 

Richard English, 1 

Anthony Greation, 1 

Edward" Beatles, 1 

John Brooker, 1 

Tho. Deebucke, 1 

Henry Butterfield & 2 serv ts , 3 

Phillip Langdon, 1 

John Rix, 1 

Tho. Hatherly seri r & jun r & 1 Cow, 2 
John Levering, 1 

John Eustice, 1 

John Ekins lodger at Newcombs, 1 
Samuel Boswell, Carpenter, 1 

Richard Narramore, 1 

William Thwinge, 1 

William Smith, 1 

Samuel Parke, Journyman, 1 

Thomas Atkins, writing master, 1 

153 



140 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



1688. Sheet No. 5. 



Col Samuel Shrimpton, 2 

George Hornbuckle, 1 

Samuel Plunier, 2 

Christopher Crow, 
Joseph Rogers, 
Gibson Fawer, 
Daniel Royse, 
Joshua Atwater, 
George Farwell, 

Jannison, 
James Meeres, 
William Bryant, 
Benj a Mountfort, 
James Green, 
Edmund Browne, 
Return Waite, 
John Roberts, 
Exp e Willys, 
Michael Willys, 
James Barnes, 
William Browne, 
Ephraim Sale, 
John Lowle 
Thomas Clarke, 
John Bolt, 
Thomas Carter, 
John Usher Esq r , 

David Jeffrys, 1 

Michael Perry, 1 

William Keen, 2 

Joseph Phillips, 2 

Isaia Tay, 1 

Tho: Skinner, 2 

Tho: Jackson, 1 

Tho: Parris, 1 

W m Lackey, 1 

John Tuthill, 2 

Rob 1 Gutteridge, 2 

Mary Leichfield, 

John Painter, 1 

Enoch Greenlefe, 1 

Abigail Dudson, . 

Edw d Hutchinson, 1 

Roger Kilcup, 1 

Samuel Lynde, 1 

Margaret Tb.acb.er, 

W Crow, 1 

W m Ardell, 1 

Daniel Powning, for hims & m. 1 
Joseph Smith, 2 

John Baker, 2 

John Glover, 1 

Henry Ingrum, 3 

Samuel Lilley, 2 

Thomas Matson, 
Benj a Pembarton, 
Madam Rebecca Tailer, 
James Loyde, 
John Brookhoven, 
William Brinley, 
David Wailsby, 



Samuel Tily, 

William Lamb, 1 

Nath a Green, 2 

John Gardner, 1 

Cap' Bozoun Allen, 2 

John Thwyng, 1 

Richard Crispe, 1 

Cap 4 W m White, 1 

Nath a Newgate, 1 

Thomas Bulkley, 1 

Thomas Beedle, 1 

John Dosset sen r , 2 

Thomas Oakes, 1 

Benj a Bullivant Esq r , 1 

Tliomas Atkinson, 1 

Henry Spry, 1 

Samuel North, 1 

John Rowlston, 1 

George Nickerson, 1 

Samuel Button, 1 

Humphry Parson, 1 

Joseph Allen, 1 

Mary Swett, 

Joseph Thaxter, 1 

William Gibbons, 2 

Nicholas Baxter, 1 

Mud, 

Joseph Davis, 1 

George Danson, 1 

Francis Burroughs, 1 

Eliezer Moody, 1 

Thaddeus Mackarty, 2 

John Kilby sen r , 2 

E m Hutchinson Esq r , 2 

George Elliston, 1 

Joseph Webb, 1 

Ralph Perkins, 1 

Sam 11 Jones, 1 

Habakkuk Glover, 1 

Thomas Smith, 1 

Jotham Grover, 1 

Abrah Blish, 2 

Peter Hayman, 1 

Robert Paton, at Blish's, 1 

James Butler, 1 

Roger Vickers, 1 

Zibeon Lytherland, 1 

Ezekiel Levet, 1 
Elizabeth Hayward, 

John Heath, 1 

Matthew Taunton, Dyer, 1 

Carter, seaman, 1 
John Wing, 

George Tompson, 1 

. John Woodde, 2 

Matthew Collins, 1 

Matthew Tumor, Joiner, 1 
Benj a Lawrence, liv d with Barnes 

(gone), 

John Pym, Gunsmith, 1 

Hump 1 Richards, at Skinn, 1 



APPENDIX. 



141 



Sam 11 Vernay, marriner at Tays, 
Rich d Draper, join r boards atKilbys, 
Henry Sharp, Carpenf, 
John Vickers, 
Joseph Vickers, 
Wm. Browne, 
Erasmus Tetter, 

Tho. Thornton, sho-raaker, workes 
with Pembarton, 1 



Jacob Holloway, workes with 

Nickerson, join 1 " 1 

John Hannagen, Tailor 1 



Tho: Fowler, married Sarah Barrett, 
Richard Rogers, 1 

151 



1688. Sheet No. 6. 



Robbcrt Williams, 
Richard Read, 
John Higes, 
James Woodmansea, 
Thomas Kirck, 
Frances Mos, 
Thomas Edwards, 
John Allin. 
James Cornish, 
Cap 1 Bengamen Dauis, 
Nathtinael Byfeld, 
Tho: Cresi, " 
William Gilbert, 
Widdow Smith, 
Henery Deeringe, 
Richard Wilkins, 
Dauid Johnson, 
Widdow Egerton, 
John Linse, 
Hudson Leueret, 
Joseph Browninge, 
John Eyre, 
Richard Griffin, 
Mase y keper, 
James Pemmorton, 
Lanckman Duchman, 
M r Cook, 
Peter Larew, 
Seth Sweten, 
Edward prockter, 
Richard prockter, 
William Hall, 
Simrnion Mesingar, 
Sammuell Leg, 
Peter Clarke, 
Thomas Fayerweather, 
Jeremyah Bumstead, 
Bengamen Negus jun r , 
widdow Mesingar, 
Richard Licke, 
Richard Cristophars, 
M r Elisha Cook, 
Madam Leverit, 
Henery Tyte, 
Arthor Mason, 
Abraham Browne, 
Jacobas Conder, 
Gamaliell Rogers, 
John Briges, 
Barnod Trot, 



Widdow Stoder, 

Bengamin Allford, 1 

Richard Buckle, 1 

John Fayerweather, 1 

Pen Towensend, 1 

John simmones, 1 

Richard Broweri, 1 
John llarbord Coward, Notarie, 1 

Johnathan Pemmerton, 1 

Cap 1 Adams & man, 2 

Joseph Belknape, 3 

John Conie, 1 

John Tuckerman sen r , 1 

George pordage, 1 

Sammuell pordage, 1 

Jerimyah fich, 2 

Thomas Baker, 

John Rayne, 1 
Widdow Greenleaf, 

Roger Jud, 1 
Mary Auren widdow, 

George Monke, 1 

Henery Ticknur, 1 

Thomas Largin, 1 

Thomas Brightman, 3 

Niccolas Cox, ] 

Jacobas Loper, 1 

James Law, 1 

Johnathan Belcher, 1 

James Barnit, 1 

John Caslinton, 1 

florance Mecarte, 2 

Samuell paine, 1 

Willi. Macklefin, 1 

peter Barbor, 1 

Mathu Rea, 1 

Necolas Page, 1 

Thomas Dudle, 1 

frances Legar, 

warnor wisendock (2 saru te ), 3 

Andrew Cunningham 2 sr, 3 

sammuell phillips & man, 2 

Dunkin Cammill, 1 

Willi. paine & man, 2 

Jabishe Negus, 1 

Isacke Adington, 1 

John Rawlins, 1 

John Adams, 3 

Charles Liget, 1 

Simmyen Stoder, 1 



142 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Jerimyah Dumer & man, 
John Cole, 
John vvate, 
Thomas Peck, se r , 
Robhert Nokes, 
widow man, 
Thomas Marshall, 
Daniell Allin, 
widdow Dudle, 
Ephaphros shrimton, 
Pliillipo finne, 
sammuell Johnson, 
Edward Hill, 
Sammuel Laudman, 
Dauid Gwin, 
Thomas Smith, 
Widdow Judeth winsloe, 
John Allden, Juni r , 
Thomas Bosingar, 
John Jo 11 if, 

Robbert Bucher & man, 
Ambrose Due, 
Nathanell Dew, 
Obadiah Dew, 
James Maxell, 
John Clow, 
Sammuell Clow, 
Joseph Brigham, 



Jacob Malyne, 
Richard Wylly, 
Samuel Bayton, 
John Levensworth, 
Caleb Chafin, 
Robert Orchard, 
Thomas Clarke, 
William Clarke, 
John Jones, 
Jonathan Pollard, 
Thomas Messenger, 
John Forsdick, 
Thomas Robbinson, 
Henry Dewin, 
Ralph Durdant, 
Thomas Davis, 
Danie] Quinsy, 
Edward Bro infield, 
Jose Appleton, 
Allexander Bolman, 
John Pyncheon, 
Thomas Raper, 
Samuel Billings, 
Samuel Peirse, 
John Waite, 
William Fisher, 
Wid Frost, 
Peter Sargeant, 
Henry Sargeant, 
Adam Dinsdall, 
Joseph Dinsdall, 
John Temple, 



2 


samuell Bill, 


1 


1 


Nathanell fox, 


1 


1 


James Hill & man, 


2 


1 


Richard George, 





1 


Peter Butler, 


1 




Johnathan Brigham & man, 


2 


1 


Edward Shippin & man, 


2 


1 


Joseph Grenleaf, 


1 




James Grayeham, 


1 


1 


John winsloe, 


1 


1 


John George & brothere at J 




1 


waits, 


2 


1 


Isacke Grigges 


8 


1 


Thomas Hill, 




1 


Mouenser Bornone at Mr. Dauis, 




1 


Dauid Mason, 







Joseph Parsons, 




1 


Thomas Wheler, 




1 


Sammuell Bedwell Juni r ," 




1 


Mounes r Deuax at M r Dauies, 




2 


Benj a Harris, 


1 


1 


Johnothan Euans, 


1 


1 


An Jones, 




1 


Sammuell Rusell, 


1 


1 


Joseph Juet, upholstur atmrStoder 


,1 


1 


Jonathan Evered, 


1 


1 


M r waite Winthrope Esq r , 




3 






1688. Sheet No. 7. 




1 


Joshua Rice, 


1 


1 


Arthur Tanner, 


1 


3 


Thomas Grecian, 




1 


John Greenleafe, 


1 


1 


John Lee, 


1 


1 


Roger Browne, 


1 


1 


Joseph Knight, 


1 


2 


Regnall Edall, 


1 


1 


Henry Mountfort, 


1 


1 


William Fuller, 


1 


2 


Hugh Price, 


1 


1 


John Barry, 


1 


2 


Saveall Symson, 


5 


1 


Samuel Greene, 


1 


1 


Ebenezer Messenger, 


1 


1 


James Cornish, 


2 


1 


William Jarvis, 


1 


2 


Richard Harris, 


1 


1 


Samuele Gray, 


1 


1 


Thomas Walter, 


1 


1 


Joseph Hill, 


1 


1 


John Marsh, Butcher, 


1 


1 


Thomas Gay, [or Tay] 


1 


1 


Ezekiel Gardner, 


1 


1 


Thomas Wyburne, 


1 


1 


John Wyburne, 


1 




John Marion sen r , 


1 


2 


John Baker, 


1 


1 


David Landon, 


2 


1 


Robert Earle, 


1 


1 


John Earle, 


1 


1 


Peter Townsend, 


2 



APPENDIX. 


James Penny man, 


1 


William Knight, 


James Pecker, 




James Flood, 


Thomas Shepcott, 


1 


Elhnon Lyon, 


Joseph Lowell, 


3 


Daniele Mory, 


Ambrose Hunniwelle, 


1 


Edward Drincker, 


Beni !l Marshall, 


1 


Abraham Harrison, 


William Phelps, 


1 


Samuel Bridge, 


William Haliowell sen r , 


2 


Rowland Story, 


George Smith, 


1 


Gilbert Coles, 


Stephen Battler, 


1 


Samuel Marshelle, 


James Classe, 


2 


John Poole, 


Edmund Perkins, 


3 


John Phelps, 


John Williams, 


1 


Wid. Sharpe, 


John King, 


1 


Theoder Atkinson, 


Thomas Peck, 


1 


John Marsh Currier, 


William Robbins, 


1 


William Hollowell Jun r , 


Edward Wanton, 


1 


Jonathan Balston, 


Thomas Prince, 


1 


Nathanael Oliver, 


Daniel Oliver, 


1 


Wid: Woody, 


Timothy Armitage, 


1 


Wid: Noyce, 


John Mellows, 


1 


Richard Gridly, 


John Balston, 


1 


Thomas Banister, 


Nathanael Balston, 


1 


Richard Cornish, 


Jonathan Balston, Jun r , 


1 


Edward Evans, 


John Ware, 


1 


Timothy Hortman, poster, 


Samuel Hacker, 


1 


Mathew Darby, 


Roger Gilbert, 


1 


Thomas Stapleford, 


James Babbage, 


1 


William Hayden, 


Thomas Smith, blacksmith, 


1 


Edward Wright, 


Stephen Hanawell, 


1 


David Crouch, 


Ralph Straker, 


1 


Joseph Dayes, 


Joseph Stocker, 


1 


John Basco, 


Henry Ellis, 


1 


Richard Loft, 


Thomas Wheeler, Jun r , 


1 


James Mirack, 


James Webster, 


1 


Thomas Lane* 


Edward Willis, 


2 


Samuel Worden, 


Widd Whetcombe, 




Wid Haiigh, 


Widd Pollard, 




Wid Stebbins, 


Earth Sutton, 


1 


William Needham, 


William Sutton, 


1 


John Winscomb, 


Simon Bradstreet Esq., 


1 


Hugh Perrin, 


William Hoare, 


2 


Josiah Abbot, 


Stephen Sargeant, 


1 


Robert Sanders, 


Isaac Mariam, 




Richard Travice, 


Sam 11 Mariam, 




Robert Wright, 


Thomas Blyth, 




W' n Smith, 


Nathan 11 Reynolds, 




Rechard Wharton Esqir, 


Benj a Gillam, 




Edward Thomas, 


Edmund Henfield, 






Elazur Starr, 




1688. 


Sheet No. 8. 


John Pell, 


1 


John Harker, seaman, 


John Balston, 


1 


Joseph Holmes sen r , 


Rich Keats, 


3 


Joseph Holmes Ju r , 


W' King, 


1 


Mathew Maple, 


John Mulberee, 


1 


Edw Gouge, 


Tho Hill, 


1 


James Townsend, 


John Bull, 


1 


Peter Wyer, 


W m Essett, 


1 


Henry Allen. 


Dan n Mathews,e 


1 


Rob 1 Sanderson, 


Cap 1 Roger Clap, 


2 


Tho Linckhorne, 



143 



183 



144 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Joshua Lee, 

W m bins on, 

Stephen Gibbins, 

Alexand r Symson, 

Joseph Syrason, 

Tho. Wagget, 

Nich Baker, 

Isack White, 

W m Haze, 

Peter Warren, 

John Belcher, 

Eliz Barnes, 

Widd Kaynesford, 

Solo Raynesford, 

John Kngland, 

Jacob Elliot, 

Joseph Elliot, 

John Joanes, 

Peter Welcombe, 

W m Adams, 

Gorge Clark, 

Eneas Salter, 

Tho Baker, 

Tho Walker sen r , 

Dauid Holmes, 

Mark Thest at Colander, 

Rich Harrison, 

W m Pollard, 

John Bennet, 

Christopher Munck, 

John Clowe, 

Tho Walker Ju nr , 

Rob 1 Sanderson Ju or , 

Widd Elliot, 

Widd Dauis, 

Tho. Downe, 

Dauid Raynsford, 

Theophalus Frary, 

Ebenezer Hayden, 

Seth Perre, 

Elizer Hollioke, 

Hugh Drewry, 

Sam 1 Veze, 

James Harris, 

John Needham, 

Elisha Odlin, 

Moses Payne, 

James Warner, 

Michaill Shaller, 

W m Verion, 

Sampson Sheeffe, 

John Bayle, 

Tho Wallis, 

W m Wallis, 

Anth Greenhill, 

John Blake, 



Tho Golde, 1 

Sam 11 Walker, 1 

John Cowell, 2 

Joseph Cowell, 1 

Fearnot Shaw, 1 

Ewd Cowell, 1 

Jonath Francklin, 1 

W m Baker, 1 

Alexand 1 " Baker, 1 

Peter Odlin, 1 

Rich Pearce, 1 

W m Tedman, 1 

John Mason, 1 

Sam 11 Mason, 2 

Tho Pennant, 1 

Benj Steuens, 1 

Joseph Wheler, 1 

Nehemiah Pearce, 2 

Sam 11 East, 

Izace Hallam, 1 

John Byer, 1 

John Cornish, 2 

Joseph Briscoe, 3 
Giles Fyfield, 
Richd: Fifield, 
Henry Cole, 
Tho Cobb, 
Rich Cobb, 
Izace Goosse, 
Charles Martame, 

James Johnson, 1 

John Horridg, 1 

Cap 1 Sam 11 Sewell 2 

Mathias Smith, 1 

Francis Smith, 1 

Ephra Hall, 1 

Rob 1 Husse, A Comer, 1 

Phill Wells, 1 

Josiah Francklin, 1 

Edw Ellis, 1 

Sam 11 Bicknall, 2 

John Goodwen, 1 

John Merriam Jun r , 2 

John Jinkins, 2 

Joshua Hues, 1 

W m Middelton, 1 
John West Esq r , 
John Bonneme, 
Widd Hilgason, Alias Smale, 
Ralph Hues, . 
Sam 11 Snowe, 
Robt Browne, 
Nathaniel Thayre, 
John Wilkey, 

heads 



APPENDIX. 



MUDDY RIVER VALUATION, AUGUST 27, 1688, 



1688. Sheet No. 9. 



Thomas Gardner sen r , 
John White sen r , 
John Winchester sen r , 
Robert Harris, 
John White jun r , 
Thomas Gardn r jun r , 
John Winchester jun r , 
John Harris, 
Benj a White, 
Andrew Gardner, 
Joshua Gardner, 
Josiah Winchester, 
Jonathan Torrey, 
Uriah Clarke 
Joseph Gardner, 
Joseph Griffin, 
Dorman Mareen, 
Isaac Heath, 
Ebenez r Heath, 
Thomas Boylston, 
Joseph Buckminster, 
Thomas Stedman, 
Nath a Stedman, 



Erasmus Drew, 

George Woodward, 
Joshua Child, 
Joseph Davis, 
Daniel Harris, 
Roger Adams, 
Sam 11 Aspinwall, 
Sam 11 Clarke, 
Robert Sharpe, 
George Bersto, 
John Parker, 
John Devotion, 
John Clarke, 
James Parker, 
Simon Gates, 
Joshua Kibby, 
Jn Simson, 
Edward Devotion, 
Thomas Devotion, 
Widow Aspinwall, 
Thomas Woodward 



1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

43 



RUMNEY MARSH AND NODDLE'S ISLAND, AUGUST 27, 1688. 
1688. -Sheet No. 1O. 



James Bill, 

Dean Winthrop, 

William Colmer, 

John Tuttle, 

Edward Tuttle, 

Elisha Tuttle, 

Jonathan Tuttle, 

John Floyde, 

Hugh Floyde, 

Isaac Lewes, 

Sam 11 Stocker, 

Benjamen Muzzy, 

Ditto Tennant to Coll. Paige, 

Teago Barry, 

Bryant Bradene, 

Aaron Way, 

William Ireland, 

Sam l Townsend, 

Jeremiah Belcher, 

John Senter, 

William Eustice, 

Widd Maverick, 

Elias Maverick, 

10 



John Smith, 

William Hasey, 

John Wiswall, 

Joseph Bill, 

Joseph Hasey, 

Abraham Lewes, 

Robert Mussey, 1 

Aphra Bennet, 1 

Joseph Eustis, 1 

William Eustis, 1 

Howell Jones, 1 

David Wayer, 1 

Jeremiah Belcher, for Hogg 

Island, 

John Kine and Nicholas, Salis- 
bury for Gov re Island, 2 
Col Samuel Shrimpton for Nod- 
dles Island, 1 
John Pittum, at Deer Island, 1 
George Worthilake, 1 
Henry Mare, at Long Island, 2 

42 



146 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



TAX LIST FOR ONE PRECINCT. 1689. 

The following list of names is probably one of the lists prelim- 
inary to some tax. It was clearly prepared by Samuel Greenwood, 
no doubt the constable of that name. Greenwood held that office 
in 1674, and again in 1689; this list is probably of the latter 
date. W. H. W. 



A. John Attwood, 2 seruants 
John Aires 

Mathew Armstrong 

Sara u Auis 

Thomas Adkins, one neagroo 

B. M r Kobart Brimsdon, 1 neagroo 
Phillip Bass 

W Burrous, 1 malata 

John Bennet 

John Barret 

Boson Brewer 

Sam" Burnall, 1 neagro boy 

Thomas Baker, 1 negro man 

John Baker 

Daniell Ballard 

Kichard Barnard 

Edward Budd, an old negro 

woman 
Josia Baker 
Joseph Buckley 

C. Ezekiall Cleasbey 
John Collier, a baker 
Dauid Coope 
Thomas Cummins 
Jonas Clarke 
Edward Crufe 
Will Coolie 

Peter Clemens 
Will Clow- 
Sam 11 Clark 
Henry Cham let 

D. Lenard Drown 
Sam 11 Drown 
Henrey Dickerson 
Will Dauis 
Will m Day 

Sam 11 Durrum 

E. Robart Edmonds 
Will" 1 Euerton 
Robart Earle 

G. Joseph Grant, 1 seruant 
Obadia Gill, 1 seruant 
Will Gill, 1 seruaut 
Thomas Goodale 
my selfe Sam !1 Greenwood, 1 ser- 
uant 



Cos. Sam u Greenwood, 2 ser- 
uants 

Thomas Gillbird 
Joseph Gleadon 
Robert Gammin 
James Grant 
Barthollmew Green, 
John Grenough, 1 ser. 
Water Guteredg 
John Goodwin, 2 seruants 

H. Will Huffe, negro man 
Thomas Hunt, 1 neagro 

2 seruants 
Ephrim Hunt 

Hubbard, new comer 
Sam 11 Hunting 
Richard Hunewell 
Stephen Hunewell 
Nathanill Henchman 
Will Hobby 
John Hodsdun 
Nicholas Hoppin 
John Hosket 
Francis Hudson 

I. John Irland 
Nath 11 Jaruis 
John Jenkins, nego man 
John Jaruis 

K. Timothy Kemball 
Thomas Kellon 
Joshua Kent 

L. Robart Ladd 
Robart Lash 

M. John Marsh 

Francis ( part of ") 



N. John Nash, 1 ser 
Nath 11 Newell 
Ezekiall Needham 
John Needham 

P. James Pitts 
John Pits 
Mathew Poolle 



APPENDIX. 



147 



Will m Partman, 1 ser. 

John Faraiter 

Joseph Parrira 

John Paine, newly married 

Sam 11 Poolle 

Elias Purinton 

John Pullin 

Lady Phips 

Nathan 11 Partman 

K. John Robarts 
Joseph Robarts 
Mrs. Ann Richards 
Sara 11 Russell 
John Ransford 
Dauid Roberson, neagro* 
John Roberson, neagro 

S John Salsbury 

John Scaley, malata* 
John Souter, negro man 
Richard Shute 
Arther Smith 
Will m Shute, 1 seru. 
Anthony Stodder 
Henrey Sharpe, 1 ser. 
John Stephens 
Robart Starkey 
John Stepens 



John Snelling, 2 semants 
Joseph Snelling 
torn! Sedgick 

Seares 

Stone, 1 seru. 

Stouer 

Studsen 

Thornton, negro wo. 

Trevoice 

Townsand 

] Vstis 

] Vann 

] Vearing 

1 Viall, malata 



off 



T. 



V. 



W. John Waters 

Richard Witteredg 

Joseph Will ms , negro man 

Joseph Williams 

John Willkins 

James Wakam 

Sam 11 White 

Sam 11 White 

Larence White 

John Welch 

Andrew Willson 

Ben n Williams 



(1691. LIST OF ABATEMENTS.) 
The following scrap seems worthy of preservation : 

"March 23* 1690-1. Poore in the 10 rates, not able to pay in the 
quarter of William Hough, constable of Boston." 

s. d. 

Josiah Baker, sick & great fam? 
Job Chamberlain, the same 
Joseph Fuller 
Gabriel Fishlock 
George Hesket, held at eastw d 
John Jarvice, at sea 
Thomas Palmer, very poor 
Edward Page, dead 

Nathaniel Robinson, dead in West Indies 
William Sterling, taken in France 
Jeremiah Townsend, dead of Canada diseas 



George Worthylake, dead 





14 




14 




10 




12 


1 


10 


1 


10 




5 




5 


1 


10 




10 




10 


8 


10 


1 





9 10 



* Of course in all these cases the name is that of the owner. The addition means that he 
owned a negro or mulatto, or had a servant. 



148 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



TAX LIST OF 1691. LACKS RUMNEY MARSH ONLY. 

Of the country rate for 1691 we have a nearlj T perfect list, the 
only missing part being that for Rumney Marsh. For reasons 
before stated we omit the amounts and give all the names. 



Endorsed 
Cons le ." 



No 1 Countrie Rate June 1691. Joseph Grant, 



A. John Atwood 
Thomas Atkins 
Sammuell Addams 

B. Robert Bromsden 
Sammuell Burnell 
Thomas Baker 
Daniell Ballerd 
John Blake 
Edward Budd 
Josiah Baker 
Phillip Base 
William Burrows 
Joseph Buckley 
Widdow Barry 
Jonathan Bill 
Thomas Berry 

C* Job Chamberlin 
William Colman 
Jonas Clarke 
William Cundey 
William dough 
Erecte Clesbey 
Robert Cumbey 
Peircy Clarke 

D, Laurence Driscow 
William Downey 
William Dauis 



E. 



William Euerdon 
Andrew Edmunds 
John Eares 
Joseph Eldredge 



F. Jonathan Farnum 
Joseph Fuller 

G. Obediah Gill 
Issack Greffen 
Robert Gammin 
Joseph Graunt 
Sammuell Greenwood sen r 
Sammuell Grenwood jun r 
Cap 1 William Greenough 
James Goodwin, of Nodles 

Island 
Cap* John Greene 

H. Francis Hudson 

Widdow Hunt at Widdow Kem- 
bals 



William Hobbey 
Hezekiah Hinksman 
Nathaniel! Hinksman 
George Hiscott 
Richard Huniwell 
William Huff 
L' Thomas Hunt 
Cap' Nathaniel Hall 

JT. Elias Jeruis 

William Ireland 
Thomas Johnson 
John Jerues 
John Ireland 
Jonathan Jackson 

K. Widdow Kembale, 
Lu Widdow Jjnmsdle 

M. Jacob Masson 
John Mer shall 
John Maior 
Robert Moore 

N. John Nash 

P. S r William Phips 
Thomas Palmer 
Nathaniell Parkman 
John Pullen 
John Parmenter 
John Pitham for himselfe & Deare 

Island 

William Parkman 
Elias Parkman 

R. John Roberts 
James Robes 
Maior John Richards 
George Robyson 
Widdow Ransford 
Sammuell Ruck 
John Rashley 
Nicolas Rashley 
John Ransford 
John Rule 
John Robinson 
David Robinson 

S. Robert Smith sen r 
Robert Smith Jun r 
John Steuens 



APPENDIX. 



149 



John Smith 
William Shortredge 
Robert Seers 
Josiah Stone 
Michael Shutt 
Wicldow Scarlett 
Sammuell Sackson 
William Shute 
Aurther Smith 
Nicolas Salsberry, at Gou r 
Island 

T. Widdow Tayller 
Tymothy Thorneton 



Richard Toutt Jun r 
John Stouer 

V. JohnViall 

Thomas Verring 

W. Samson Watters 
Joseph Williams 
Sammuell Woodward 
Laurence White 
John Welch 
Beniamin Williams 
Laurence Watters 



Endorsed "No. 2 Countrie Rate, 
worth, ConsV 



Jonathan Addams 
Widdow Addams 
David Addams 
Abraham Adda'ms 
Mathew Atkins 

Benjamin Breme 
John Butler 
Samuel Burrell 
George Burrell juni r 
William Burt 
John Bushnell 
William Bramsdle 
Oliver Berry 
John Barnard 
Thomas Barnard 
Nathanael Baker 
John Bayly 
John Barber 
Elisha Bennet 
John Boult 
James Berry 

Doctor [ torn 
George Callender 
John Cranmer 
David Copp 
Widdow Carwithy 
Joseph Galley 
John Clesby 
John Comer 
Jeremiah Gushing 
William Cole 
Nicholas Cocke 
John Carlile 

Andrew Dolberry 
Widdow Dowden 
John Drue 
William Dennis 
Sammuell Dyer 



June, 1691. Tym Wads- 



David Edwards 

William Endicut, at blue bell 

James English 

Henry Ems 

Thomas Eldredge 

Benjamin Ems 

John Foster 
John Farnum Sen? 
David Farnum 
Robert Fethergill 
John Farnum juni? 

John Gey 
Joseph Gallop 
Benjamin Gallop 
John Greene 
Nicholas Gwinnop 
James Grant 
Docter Gannet 
Abraham Gording 
Samuel Grice 
James Glasse 
Cap 1 Gilbert 

John Hobbey 
Michael Homer 
George Hallet 
Docter William [ torn ] 
M [ torn ] 
James Halsey 
James Howard 
Widdow Henley 
Robert Howard 

Thomas Jackson 
Widdow Jolls 
William Johnson, dead 
Mathew Jones 
Joseph Jackson 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Richard Jackson 
Nicholas Inglesby 

Richard Knight 
Widdow Kent 
John Keech 
Widdow Kinde 

John Langdon 
John Lawson 
George Lawson 
Thomas Lassenby 

Richard Middlecut 
George Mathews 
Andrew Marriner 
Robert Maugridge 
William Mumford 
John Moore 
Widdow Murnford 
Edmond Mumford 
John Metcalfe 
Edward Mortimore 

John Nicholls 
David Norton 

Timothy Prout 
Timothy Prat 
Edward Peggy 
Moses Pearse 
Thomas Parker 
John Pearse 
Joseph [ 
Rowland [ 

Primley 

Obadiah Read 
Caleb Rawlins 
Joseph Russell 
William Rouse 
William Robey 
Widdow Hawlins 



Edward Sumner 
John Search 
Jabes Salter 
John Scate 
Erasmus Stevens 
William Shipree 
John Snelling 
John Sunderland 
Joseph Scate 

Capt. Daniel Turell 
Widdow Thomas 
Daniel Turell, juni? 
John Trow 
Daniel Travis 

Richard Whitridge 
Widdow Wheeler 
Widdow Williams 
John Wakefeild 
Obadiah Wakefeild 
Thomas Whittaker 
Andrew Willet 
M rs Warren 
M rs Winslow 
Edward Worrell 
Thomas Wel>b 
Richard Way 
Adam Winthrop 
Timothy Wadsworth 
Ebenezer Weekes 
Cons ble Wadsworth, p warr { 392* : 
13 

More added rated afterward put 
into y e list foregoinge 

James Berry 
Widdow Rawlins 
Samuell Dyer 

[ ]* 

Ebenezer Weekes 
Joseph Scate 



Endorsed " 
Cons ble ." 



No. 3 Countrie Rate. June, 1691. William Rouse, 



A. Jose Appleton 
John Alden sen? 
Peter Assalle 

B. John Belcher 
Gilbert Baunt 
Francis Burrows 
John Bollinton 
William Boulderson 
Thomas Burrington 
John Baker 



C. Elias Callender 
Joseph Callow 
Ralph Carter 
John Coomes 
Richard Cheuers 
John Carthew 
John Cotty 

L* Sammuell Checkley 
John Cunibale 
Thomas Cushing 
Duncan Cambale 



* Evidently this name was that of Primcley, who is rated for 12s. All these 

names were written on the list and are given in their right place. "W". H. W. 



APPENDIX. 



151 



Thomas Cornish 

D. John Draper 
Henery Dawson 
Tymothy Dwite 
Beniamin Dyer 
Geiles Dyer 
John Dyer 

E. Widdow Euerrell 
Dauid Eddows 
Beniamin Emmons Jun 

F. Gibson Farr 
Jacob Farnse 
John Figg 

G. Thomas Gatridge 
M r John George 
Christopher Goff 
Thomas Grose 
John Gibson 
Kignall Grignall 
Arron Gefferds 
Joshua Gey 

H. Dauid Harris 
Joseph Milliard 
Elias Heath 
Sammuell Hulland 

I. John Indycott 
Nathaniell Jewell 
Sammuell Johnson 
Issaack Joanes 
Widdow Jacobs 
Sammuell Jackson 
Dauid Johnson 

Ij. Richard Ladd 
Widdow Lake 
Widdow Lilley 
Thomas Luscombe 
Sammuell Lilley 
Thomas Littlepage 

M. Thomas Martine 
Thomas Mercer 
Sammuell Mattuckes Sen. 
Sammuell Mattuckes Jun. 
Henery Mattock 
Francis Mershall 
Widdow Millum 



Widdow Manning 
Nicholas Manning 

N. Mr. John Nelson 
Francis Nox 

O. John Orris 

P. Thomas Phillips 
Richard Frist 
Ebenezer Price 
Job Prince (?) 
William Palfree 
Thomas Pemberton 
Joseph Pearce 
Widdow Prouse 
John Pascow 
Thomas Pennett 
Nathaniell Pulman 
William Parson 

R. George Reason 
James Ranstrope 
John Richards 

S. Pilgrim Simkens 
William Snell 
Phillip Squire 
John Soomes 
Thomas Stanbridge 
Maior Thomas Sauedge 
Joseph Shaw 
W r iddow Checkley 
John Selman 

T, Sammuell Turrell 
Joseph Townsen 
Richard Talley 
Thomas Tayller 
Widdow Trauers 

V. John Verring 
James Updick 

W. John Walley sen. 
Joshua VVinsor 
Nathaniell Williams 
Sammuell Waker 
Widdow Waker 
Widdow Winsor 
Sammuell Worthen 
Thomas Winsor 



Endorsed " Mnj r Savidges Compa. No 4. 
Breame, Constable." 



June 20. 91. Benj, 



A. 



John Allen 
Allen Ahaltree 
Edward Allen 
Louis Allard 



B. Widdow Browning 
John Brigg 
Jarvis Ballard 
James Barton 



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Joseph Breedoti 
Stephen Bruff 
Hugh Barton 
W m Billings 
Jn Booker 
Moses Bradford 
Joseph Billinge 
Grinstone Bond 
Jn Benrnore 
Richard Barnerd 

C. Edward Creeke 
Jn Creeke 
Tho: Cooper 
Jonas Clay 
Tho: Cooke 
Jno. Cuniball 
Christopher Clarke 
W m Chrisfeild 
Mongo Carafford 
George Cirbey 
Capt. Anthony Chickley 
Bartho. Chevors 

E). Ambross Dawes 
Simon Daniell 
Sampson Duer 

E. Benj m Emmons 
Tho. Edwards 
Jn Ensine 

F. James Fowls 
Dan 11 Feirfeild 
Jaaies Farrey 
Jn Foy 
Fran. Foxcraft 

G. William Gibson 
\ym Griggs 
Giles Godward 
W m Griffin 

H. Tho. Harwood 
Sam 11 Howard 
Jn Hunlooke 
James Hawkins 
Tho. Harris 
Arther Haley 
Tho. Hamlen 
Jno Hackheld 
Tho. Hambleton 
George Hitchell 
Tho Hunt 
Jno Hinderson 
Tho. Hatherley seni* 



Tho. Hatherley juni* 
Sarah Harris 

J. Daved Johnson 
Job Ingruni 
Sam 11 Jacklin 
Benj Jones 

K. Andrew Knott 
Jno Knelland 

L. Jno Loverine 

Dominack Lovelock 
Rob* Lewis 
Phillip Langdon 
William Lavis 

M. Tho Messenger 
W m Manley 
Stephen Minott 
John Mulligon 
Joseph Marrinor 

P. Benj Pemberton 
Robert Price 
W m Philps 
W m Payne, joyner 

R. Sam 11 Ravenscroff 
Jno Robbinson 
Jn Rix 

S. Joseph Scott 
Daved Stevens 
Abraham Smith 
Rob 1 Shelstone 
Tho Savidge 
Jno Strainge 
Sampson Stoddard 
James Smith 
Capt Sugars 

T. Barthol Threednedle 
W m Twing 
Jer Toy 

Benj n Trednedle 
W m Turner 

V. Jn Vickars 

W. Daved Watterhouse 
Jn Walker 
Jn Ward 
Tho. Wheeller 
Edw d Wattkins 
W m Wilson 



APPENDIX. 



153 



Endorsed ' No 
Cons ble ." 

A. William Ardall 
John Addanis 
Bozoun Allen 
Joseph Allen 
Thomas Atkinson 

B. Samuel Boone 
William Browne 
James Barnes 
Abraham Blush 
Widdow Btittolph 
Edmond Browne 
Nicolas Buttolph 
Samuell Button 
Peter Barber 
Samuell Bayton 
Edward Battals 
Capt. Belcher 
Mons r Barbutt 
Peter Barackin 

C. Mr. Curie 
Samuell Clow 
Thomas Clarke 
William Crowe 
Richard Crispe 
Thomas Carter 
Rebeka Charles 

D. John Dossett 
George Danson 
Richard Draper 
John Dossett juner 
Henry Deering 
Mons r Devoe 
Moses Deshan 

E. George Eliston 
Simon Eyers 



5 Countrie Rate 1691. Samson Dewer, 



K. John Kilby 

John Kilby June! 
Cristopher Kilby 
Roger Kilcop 
William Keyne 

li, James Loyde 

Samuell Linde 
John Leuensworth 
John Loue 
Francis Legarr 

M. James Montare 
Eliazer Moody 
Thadeas Macarty 
James Mears 
Beniamin Montfort 
John Maxfeild 
Mrs. Nowell, widdow 

N. George Nicolson 
O. Thomas Oakes, Esq re 

P. Richard Prockter 
Edinand Prockter 
Humphry Parsons 
Ralfe Perkens 
Jos Phillips 
Mycall Perry 
Tliornas Parris 
Widdow Pownding 
Daniell Pounding 
Richard Peacock 
Samuell Plumer 
John Pimm 
Capt. Pearse 



G. Habucock Glover 

Capt Nathanell Green 
John Gardner 
Robart Guttrage 
Robart Gibbs 
William Gibbens 
James Green 
Richard Green 
Jotham Grouer 

H. John Heath 

George Hornbuckle 
William Hall 
Eliachim Hutchinson 
John Hill 
William Haines 
Capt. Hall 



J. 



Dauid JeiFreis 
Henry Ingram 



R. John Robarts 
John Ruggles 
Joseph Rogers 

S. Widdow Sale 
Henry Sprye 
Richard Sherren 
Cor a n a ll Sam 11 Slirimton 
Henry Sharpe 
Joseph Smith 
Widdow Swetl 
Mons r Shabbut 

Shabbut, cooper 

T. Samuell Tilge 

Thomas Thornton 
Widdow Thacher 
Widdow Thaxter 
Esaiah Toy 
Richard Tought 
William Turner 
Thomas Thornton 



154 



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U. John Usher 
Roger Vicors 
John Viccors 

W. Samuell Wintworth 
Joseph Webb 



John Watson 
Capt. John Winge 
Experians Willis 
Beniaman Walker 
John Wiborne 
Thomas Willis 



Endorsed " No 6 Countrie rate. 
Const ble ." 

Benjamen Alford 
Joseph Alliston 
John Allen 

Isaac Addington, Esq. 
John Arnold 

Richard Bulkley 
Peter Buttler 
Gabriel Bernon 
Joseph Belknap 
Henry Brightman 
John Briggs 
Thomas Baker Sen. 
Thomas Brattle 
Isaac Biscon 
Thomas Blyth 
Thomas Brightman 
Wid Buttler 
David Bassett 

John Conney 
James Cornish 
Ezekiel Cheever 
Elisha Cooke, Esq re 
Samuel Checkley 
William Clutterbuck 
Andrew Cunningham 
Timothy Cunningham 
Richard Christophers 

Benjamen Davis 
Jeremiah Duroer 
Widd Dudley 
John Dinely 
Thomas Davis 
James Downing 

John Eyre 
Jonathan Everett 

Capt John Fairweather 
Jeremiah Fitch 
Benjamen Fitch 
Thomas Fitch 
Benjamen Funnell 
John Funnell 
Andrew Funnell 

William Gilbert 
Thomas Graffort 
John Gioson 



June, 1691. Joseph Belknap, 



John Hicks 
Benjamen Harris 
John Hurd 

John Herbert Coward* 
Thomas Hayes 

Samuel Johnson Sen. 
Widd Jones 

Samuel Legg 
Mad m Leverett 
John Liddikin 
Hudson Leverett 

Simeon Messenger 
Joseph Maylim 
Francis Morse 
Arthur Mason 
George Monck 
Florence Mackarty 
Thomas Marshall 
Widd Mann 

Jabes Negus 
Robert Noakes 

Wid Oxenbridge 

Samuel Paine 
Joseph Parson 
George Pordage 
James Pemberton 
L 4 Co. Nic Paige 
Thomas Peck, Sen. 
Samuel Phillips 
William Phillips 
Mons. Pastre 
Thomas Peck Jun. 

Gamaliel Rogers 
John Rolestone 

Bryan Smith 
Francis Smith 
Widd Stoddurd 
Edward Shippen 
Epaphras Shrimpton 
Simeon Stoddard 
Nathan 11 Shannon 
John Sanderson 



* Although put under H, his surname was Coward. 



APPENDIX. 



155 



Nicolas Tippet 
Penn Townsend 
James Taylor & Ptner 
Bernard Trott 
Henry Tyte 

Andrew Veach 



Richard Wilkins 
Robert Williams 
John Ware 
Cap' W' n Wright 
ditto for his house 
Cap 1 Edward Willey 
James Worth 



Endorsed "No 7 Countrie Rate 1691. Samu 11 Grag, Cons ble ." 



Theoder Atkinson 
Daniel Allen 
Edward Ashley 
John Alden Jun. 
Widd Armitage 

Jonathan Balston Sen. 

John Balston 

Nathan 1 Balston 

Jonathan Balston Jun. 

Thomas Bosseriger 

Joseph Bridgham 

Samuel Bill & Spectacle Island 

Robert Butcher 

Benjamen Baggworth 

John Boarland 

Samuel Bridge 

John Barry, Tann. 

Jahleel Brenton 

Abraham Browne 

William Clarke 
Caleb Chafen 
John Chaddock 
John Cordner 
John Carry 
Gilbert Cole 
David Crouch 
John Clough 

Adam Dinsdale 
Nathan 11 Dew 
Obadiah Dew 
Edward Drincker 

Thomas Eyre 

Thomas Fairweather 
Josiah Franckline 
William Fuller 
Thomas Fox 
William Frathingham 

Benjamen Gillam 
Balden Gouge | 
David Gwinn 
Samuell Gray 
John Greenleafe 
Dorothy Gretian 

Edward Hill 



Joseph Hill 
Richard Harris 
Cap 1 James Hill 
Thomas Hill 
William Hollowell Sen. 
Will Hollowell Jun. 
Abraham Harrison 
John Hannikin 
Ephraim Hall 
Wid Hunt 

John Joyliffe 
Roger Judd 

Henry Louder 
Joseph Langdon 
David Langdon 
Richard Louden 

John Mico & Ptner 
Robert Mason 
Doct. Morris 
John Marion Sen. 
Isaac Mirriam 
Samuel Mirriam 
John Marsh, butcher 
John Miller 
Widd Mountfort 
Samuel Marshall 
John Mellows 
Theadosius Moore 
John Marshall 
John Marsh, currier 
Thomas Mallet 

Moses frenchman, Rope 

maker 

Widd Noyce 

Robert Orchard 
Nathan 11 Olliver 
Daniel Olliver 
Regnall Odall 
Widd Olliver 

Samuel Phillips 
Ann Pollard 
Jonathan Pollard 
John Poole 
Phillip Phenny 
Edmund Perkins 



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William Paine 
John Pordtim 
James Penniman 
John Parker 

Caleb Ray 

Peter Sargeant 
Barth w Siitton & son 
John Smith 
Steven Sargeant 
Saveall Syrnpson 
Thomas Shipcott 
Gyles Sylvester 
Thomas Smith, Stiller 
Thomas Smith, Smith 
Rowland Storry 
Thomas Staplefort 



Robert Sanders 
John Temple 
Phillip Verrin 

Cornelius Waldo 
Christoph r Webb 
Benjamen Webb 
Wid' Whettcomb 
John Winchcomb 
John Winslow 
Wid? Winslow 
John Wl ley 
Thomas Walter 
James Woodmancey 
Michael Willis 
Edward Wanton 
James Webster 



[Note. Endorsed hereon is a warrant specifying the rates to be allowed for provisions, 
viz.: whuatSs. pr. bu., Indian corn 2.?., barley and barley malt 2s. 8d., pease 2*. 8rf.,oates Is. 
per busbel. Pork sealed by a sworn packer 40.?. per bbl. ; beef 24s. per bbl. Persona paying 
in kind were also to pay the charge of transportation. 



Endorsed 
Con ble ." 



No. 8 Countrie Rate, 1691. Elizer Holioake, 



A. Deacon Henery A [ 

Bareachiah A [ ] 
Silence Allen 
John Augur 
James Andrews 

B. John Bennet 
Widdow Blake 
Samuell Bignall 
Nathaniell Barnes 
John Bull 

John Bolstone 
Thomas Baker 
James Burgis 
Thomas BanistT 
Joseph Briscoe 
Edward Brumfeild 
Mons^ Boqueet 

C. Henery Cole 
Thomas Cobb 
Richard Oobb 
John Cornish 
Joseph Cornish 
Richard Cornish 
Edward Cowell 
Harry Clarke 
Joseph Cowell 
George Clarke 
Tymothy Clarke 
John Cowi'll 
Robert Calfe 

D. Thomas Downe 



Zachariah Davis 
EleazT Darbie 
Samuell Durram 

E. Robert Earle 
John Earle 
Edward Ellis 
John Egbear 
Jacob Eliott 
Joseph Eliott 

F. Giles Feifeild 
Cap 1 Theo Frarie 
Richard Feifeild 
James Floyde 
William Fisher 
Widdow Frost 

G. Isacke Goose 
John Goodwin 
Edward Gouge 
Thomas Gold 
Richard Gridlie 
Anthony Greenehill 
John Glouer 
William Gibbons 
John Gill 

H. Joshuah Hewes 
James Harris 
Elezer Holioake 
Joseph Holmes 
Ralph Hewes 
John Horrige 



APPENDIX. 



157 



James Hallet 
Joseph Holmes Jun? 

K. Richard Keates 
VViddow Kinge 

Li. Samuell Langmon 
Thomas Lincolne 
John Lee 

M. Samuell Mason 
John Mason 
Christoph 1 : Monke 
Jacob Moline 
John Mirian, Jun? 
Daniell Morey 
Paul Millard 
Allexand er - Millar 

N. John Needland 

O. Elisha Oadleyn 
Peter Oadlyn 
William Obison 

P. Thomas Prince 
Samuell Peirce 
John Pell 
Widdow Peirce 
Seath Perrie 

K. Solomen Rayneford 
David Raynsford 
Widdow Ragland 
Thomas Raper 



Sam 11 Sewall, Esq r - , & Mrs. Hull 

R. Robert Sanderson sen? 
Robert Sanderson Jun? 
Alexand? Simson 
Michaell Sheller 
Mathias Smith 
Samson Sheafe 
Eneas Salter 
Eleazer Starr 
Christopher Stegg 

T. William Tudman 
Peter Townsend 
Nathaniell Thayer 
Nathan 11 Toy at Eld 1 : Colebornes 
house 

V. Samuell Veazie 
John Vicars 

W. Wait Winthrop Esq? 
Thomas Walker sen r 
Thomas Walker Jim? 
Thomas Wallis 
William Wallis 
Henery Wright 
Peter Welcombe 
Joseph Wheeler 
Samuell Walker 
Peter Warren 
Peter Wire 
Edward Willis 
John Waite 
John Wiswall 



Endorsed " Muddv river rates, Dec. 13, 1691. 5 



Thomas Gardner sen? 
Jn White senr 
Peter Aspinwall sen? 
Jn Winchester sen? 
Edward Deuotion 
Robert Harris 
Thomas Woodward 
Thomas Stedman 
Jn Harris 
Dan 11 Harris 
Joseph Dauis 
Dorman Marrian 
Isack Heath Jun? 
Josiah Winchester 
Erasaman Drew 
Henery Seager 
Vriah Clarke 
Andrew Gardner 
Thomas Gardner Jun? 
Thomas Boilstone 
Jn White Jun? 
Joseph White 
Tymothy Harris 
Beniamin White 



Jn Deuotion 
George Berstow 
Jn Kelton 
Edmund Chamberlin 
Jacob Chamberlin 
Joshua Kebby 
W Willis 
Ebenezer Huttson 
Jn Parker 
Clement Corbin 
Christopher Portugall 
Abiell Lam be 
Jonathan Joanes 
Joseph Pemerton 
Joshua Gardner 
Thomas Sadgroue 
Jonathan Torry 
Jabez Buckminster 
Sam 11 Clarke 
Natb 1 ' 1 Stodman his estate 
Roger Addams 
Nath" Hammond 
Joseph Griggs 
Jn Winchester Jun? 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



LIST OF INHABITANTS. 1G95. 

In the City Clerk's office there is a book containing a list of 
inhabitants of the town in 169o, evidently made at that date. 

The substance of it has been printed in " Boston Notions," but 
mixed with other names. We therefore now print it in its proper 
form, the names being arranged alphabetically, and under each 
letter, also by precincts or wards. 

" A LIST OF INHABITANTS IN BOSTON 1695." 



1. 


John Atwood 


Elisha Adlin 




Thomas Adkins 


Henery Allen 




Matthew Armstrong 


Silence Allen 




Samuell Avis 


Barachiah Arnold 






Richard Ackerinan 


2. 


David Adams 






Jonathan Adams 


9. Roger Adams* 




Joseph Adams 






Humphery Atherton 


1C. Roger Adams 




Joseph Arnold 


Samuell Aspinwall 


3. 


Jose Appleton 


1. Robert Brinsdon 




John Alden 


Samuell Burnell 




Nathaneel Alden 


Thomas Baker 




Joseph Allen 


Edward Bud 




Abraham Adams 


Daniell Ballard 




William Arnold 


Josiah Baker 




Joseph Amy 


Phillip Bas 




John Alcock 


William Burroughs 






Thomas Berry 


4. 


William Alden 


Phillip Bowden 




John Adam Jun'r 


Nath 11 Blake 




Allen Aughletree 


John Bowden 






John Borden 


5. 


Bozoun Allen 






William Ardell 


2. John Bernard 




Jeremiah Allen 


Samuell Burrell 






Thomas Bernard 


6. 


Isaack Addington 


William Brown 




Joseph Aleston 


Robert Benjar 




Benjamin Alford 


John Butler 




William Adams, glover 


Nathaneel Baker 




Jeremiah Allen :5 


John Barber 




Raphaell Abandana 


Elisha Bennet 




John Allen, printer 


John Bolt 




David A.vignion, cook 


Georg Burrell jun'r 




wid. Avery 


James Berry 






John Bucanan 


7. 


John Arnold 


Benjamin Bream 




John Adams sen! 


John Bayly 




Edward Ashly 


Oliver Berry 




Theoder Atkinson 


John Barrell 




Robert Archer 


Newcome Blake 




John Adams, malster 


Georg Beard 




Joseph Alexander 


Daniell Bisco 




widdow Allen 


Ambrose Berry 






John Beales 


8. 


John Alger 






John Allen 


3. Francis Burroughs 




James Andrews Gilbert Bant 


* Probably cancelled. 



APPENDIX. 



159 



Edward Beers 
John Ballantine 
John Baker 
Thomas Burrington 
Robert Blabber 
Josiah Boyles 
John Belchar 
William Barnsdell 
Henery Bonnet 
Stephen Billion 
James Bankes 
Peter Basset 
Richard Brookes 
Edward Beers 
wid Rebecka Blackman 

4. Samuell Barret 
Joseph Billings 
Richard Bernard 
John Benmore 
Moses Bradford 
Jarvis Bnllard 
James Barton 
William Billings 
Nicolas Bow 
Peter Bowden 
John Bashoon 
Hugh Barton 
James Babbage 
Danicll Bristow 
wid Briggs 

wi Bridges 

5. James Barnes 
Abraham Blish 
Peter Barber 
Edmund Brown 
William Bryant 
William Barbut 
Thomas Beete 
Nicolas Buttolph 
John Bishop 
Edward Bartles 
Georg Badcock. 
Edward Brown 
John Brown 
Edward Brattle 

Bond 

John Booker 
James Beury 
wid Bellingham 
Button 

6. Isaak Biscon 
Henry Brightman 
Andrew Belchar 
Richard Brown 
Gabriel! Bernoon 
John Briggs 
William Briggs 
Richard Buckly 
Peter Butler 
Joseph Belknap 



David Basset 
Alexander Bui man 
Francis Brock 
Thomas Brown 
Edward Boilston 
Thomas Baker 
wid Mary Button 

7. Robert Butcher 
Nathaniell Buyfield 
Nathan 11 Balston 
Abraham Brown 
Thomas Bossenger 
Samuell Bridge 
Stephen Butler 
John Barry 
Samuell Bill 
Thomas Brattle 
Benjamin Bagworth 
John Balston 
Jahleel Brenton 
Jonathan Balston Sen r 
Jonathan Balston Jun? 
John Boreland 
Joseph Bridgham 
Philip Bargier 

John Blore 
John Beard 
William Boatswain 
William Butler 
Samuel Boon 
Stephen Badger 

8. Edward Bromfield 
Thomas Banister 
Samuel Bickner 
Jonathan Belchar 
John Bennet 

John Balston, carpent. 
John Bull 
Thomas Baker 
Joseph Brisco 
John Bourn 
Benjamin Blackleech 
Richard Buckly 
Francis Buckit 
William Burrage 
Robert Brown 
widBurges 

9. Jeremiah Belchar 
James Bill 
Jonathan Bill 
Joseph Bill 
William Bordman 
John Bull 
Thaddeus Barrow 
Briant Bredon 

1C. Thomas Boilston 
Georg Bearstow 
Joseph Buckmaster 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



1. William Coleman 
Job Chamberlain 
Jonas Clark 
Ezkell Clesby 
Robert Comby 
William Clough 
Samuel Clark, carpent 
William Cop mV 
Edward Cruff 
Henry Chamlet 
William Chamlet 
Samuell Clark, mariner 

Christophers 
Thomas Coates 
William Clements 
David Cop 
William Critchfield 
John Gobbet 

2. John Clark 
William Cole 
Nicolas Cocke 
John Carlile 
John Colmer 
Joseph Chamberlain 
John Child 

David Cop Sen? 
David Cop Jim? 
Jeremiah Gushing 
Percivall Clarke 
Mungo Craford 
John Candish 
Ebenezer Clough 
Daniell Collins 
Samuell Cop 
John Cunnibar 

3. Thomas Child 
Elias Callender 
Samuell Checkly 
Ralph Carter 
John Combes 
Richard Cheever 
John Carthew 
John Gotta, Sen'r 
John Cotta, Jun? 
Thomas Gushing 
Stephen Cros 
John Curtis 
Ebenezer Chafin 
Jonathan Cockcraft 
John Conny 

wid Checkly 

wid Cranmer 

Courser 

4. William Critchfield 
Jonas Clay 
Thomas Cooper 
Edward Creek 
Anthony Checkley 
Duncan Campbell 
Mathew Gary 
John Cunniball 
Stephen Clay 
John Goleman 



wid. Calender 
wid. Cheever 

5. Richard Crisp 
Georg Cable 
Thomas Clark 
Wiliam Cros 
William Crow 
Samuell Clough 
John Campbell 
Mathew Collins 
Thomas Cook 
Thomas Coram 
wid. Crow 

6. Samuell Checkly 
Thomas Crees 
James Cornish 
John Clesby 
John Gary 

Andrew Cunningham 
Richard Christophers 
John Co'ok 

Elisha Cook 
Thomas Cornish 
Timothy Cunningham 

7. Caleb Chafin 
John Cutler 
John Clough 
William Clark 
John Cook 
David Crowch 
Abraham Christophers 
Gilbert Cole 
Thomas Carter 

John Clam pit 
Edward Chamden 
John Cole, mariner 
John Cole, Schoolmaster 
Joseph Cowell Jun? 

8. Henry Cole 
John Cornish 
Joshua Cornish 
Robert Calf 

John Clough, glover 
George Clark Sen'r 
Georg Clark Jun'r 

Cob Sen? 
Richard Cob Jun^ 
Timothy Clark 
Joseph Cowell Sen? 
William Clap 
Richard Critchfield 
w Sarah Cowell 
w Hannah Cowell 
w Margaret Corwin 

9. John Center 
William Colmer 

10. Abraham Chamberlain 
Joshua Child 
Samuell Clark 



APPENDIX. 



161 



1. 


Jacob Davis 


James Downing 




Samuel Durrani 


Thomas Davis, cooper 




William Davis 


Thomas Davis, Shoemaker 




William Dennis 


Moses Deschamp 




Peter Dunbar 


John Davenport 




Henery Dicker-son 


Seth Dwight 




Leonard Drown 






Lawrence Drisco 


7. Benjamin Dyar 






John Dyar 


*> 


Joseph Dowding 


Obadiah Dickerson. 




Charles Demerit 


Adam Dindsdall 




Samuell Dyar 


Dindsdall 




wid Dolberry 


Edward Drinker 






Philip Delarock 


3. 


Gyles Dyar 


Joseph Dayes 




Robert Davis 


Obadiah Dew 




Henry Dawson 


Nathaneel Dew 




John Dyar 


Richard Deloy 




John Dyar 


Simon Daniell 




John Dorrell 


John Dingly 




Joseph Dean 


John Doan 


4. 


Samson Dewer 


8. Edward Durant 




Ambrose Daws 


Thomas Down 




John Draper 


Sylvanus Davis 




William Deusberry 


Mathew Delavar 




wid Dowel 


Moses Dry, or le Sic* 




Doumede 


Eleazur Darby 






w Sarah Davis 


5. 


Henery Deering 


w Davis 




John Dosset 






Richard Draper 


9. Thomas Dowty 




Edmund Dolbear 






Samuel Daniell 


1 O.John Druce 




wid Dudson 


John Devotion 






Eramus Drue 


6. 


Benjamin Davis 


Joseph Davis 




Jeremiah Dumer Edward Devotion 


1. 


William Everden widdow Everell 




Robert Edmonds 






Joseph Eldridge 


4. William Everton 




Jonathan Evans 


Benjamin Emons, Senr 




John Ever, barber 


John Eustus 




David Eustus 


Martha Ely 




John Eyeres Jun r 
Robert Edmonds 


5. Georg Ellisston 






Richard Ely 


2. 


William Endicot 






David Edwards 


6. John Eyre Esq r 




James English 


Jonathan Everet 




Henery Ernes 


Obadiah Einons 




Benjamin Emmes 
Eccles, Butcher 


7. John Egbar 




John Earl 


Thomas Eyres 




John Elliset 






Euies, carpenter 


8. Robert Earl 
Edward Ellis 


3. 


Benjamin Emmons Jun r 


Samuell Earl 




John Endicott 


Daniell Ellin 




Jonathan Elasson 


Edward Eglinton 




* Thus ia original. Undoubtedly meant for a French name and its translation. 




It 



1G2 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Roger Earl 
Robert Ellis, Junr 
Joseph Elliot 

Esset 



9. William Eustus Senr 
William Eustus Junr 

KXJohn Ellis 



1. Jonathan Farnum 

2. John Foster Esq 
David Farnum 
John Farnum Senr 
William Frothinghara 
John Far nun) Junr 
Stephen French 
Phillip Fentee 

John Frizell 
Gabriell Fishlock 

3. Gypson Far 
Jacob Fermiside 
John Figge 

4. James Fowl 
James Farris 
Francis Foxcrafb 
John Foy 
Henry Franklen 
widdow Fitch 

5. Capt Fox 
Hopestill Foster 

6. Thomas Field 
Benjamin Fonnell 



Thomas Fitch 
John Fonnell 
John Fairweather 
Benjamin Fitch 
Duncan mack Farland 
Robert Franks 

7. Josiah Franklen 
John Fosdick 
Richard Flood 
Thomas Fox 
William Fisher 
widdow Fairweather 

8. Joseph Flood 
Gyles Fyfield 
Theophilus Frary 
James Flood 
Richard Fyfield 
Joseph Fuller 
Alexander Fullerton 
Henry Ferry 
widdow Frost 

9. John Floid Sen 
Hugh Floid 
John Floid Junr 



2. 



James Glass 

John Greennough 

James Goodwin 

Robert Gammon 

Samuell Greenwood sen r 

Obadiah Gill 

Samuell Greenwood Jun'r 

Joseph Grant 

William Gill 

James Grant 

Abraham Gourding Jun'r 

Thomas Goodale 

Joseph Glidden 

Bartholmew Green 

John Goodwin 
Joseph Gallop 
Benjamin Gallop 
Thomas Gold 
Thomas Gilbert 
Abraham Gourding Sen'r 
John Goff 
John Green 
James Grey 
Samuell Grice 



Edward Goff. 
John Gallant 
Samuell Gardner 

3. Joshua Gee 
Christopher Goff 
Regnal Grinian 
Lot Gourding 
John Gawd 
Robert Glover 
Henry Gibbs 
widdow Gross 

4. John Gwin Jun'r 
William Gypson 
Thomas Gwin 
William Griggs 
Thomas Graford 
John Garret 
John George 

5. William Gibbond 
Robert Guttridge 
Robert Gibbs 
Enock Greenleaf 



A.PPENDIX. 



163 



Nathaniell Green 
James Green 
Duncan Garnock 
Richard Green 
John Green 
William Gull 
Widdow Gross 
widdow Gardner 

6. Jeremiah Gypson 
James Gouge 
Edward Gouge 
Rebeckah Griffin 

7. John Greenleaf 
Samuell Grey 
Baldwin Gouge 
Nathaniell Green 
Thomas Gretian 
Benjamin Gillam 
David Gwin 



Thomas Gent 
Icabod Gale 
Anthony Gretian 
Martha Grantham 

8. Isaak Goos 
John Glover 
Richard Gridly 
William Gibbonds 
Thomas Gold 
Bartholmew Green 
Samuell Gaskell 
Anthony Greenhill 
Gyles Goddard 

1O. Thomas Gardner 
Joseph Gardner 
Joshua Gardner 
widdow Gates 
widdow Gardner 



1. Francis Hudson 
William Hobby 
Nathaniell Henchman 
Richard Honewell 
William Hough 
Thomas Hunt 
Richard Holt 
Nathaniell Hall 
John Hiskot 
Stephen Honowell 
John Hodgden 
Joshua Hewes Jun^ 
Samuell Hermon 
Samuell Holmer 

2. Coll. Elisha Hutchinson 
Robert Howard 
James Howard 

John Hobby 
Dr William Hughs 
Joseph Hillar 
Erasmus Harrison 
Joshua Hewes Junr (1) 
Nathaneell Halsey 
widdow Henly 

3. David Harris 
Elias Heath 
Thomas Hitchborn 
Elizur Holioak 
Samuell Holland 
Thomas Hatherly Sen'r 
Thomas Platherly Junr 
widdow Hawkins 

4. Thomas Hunt 
Thomas Harwodd 
Thomas Harris 
Georg Hallet 
Arthur Hale 



James Hawkins 
John Hunlock 
John Horton 
William Hannah 
William Harris 
Hercules Hewet 
Gustavus Hambleton 
widdow Harris 

5. Georg Horbuckle 
Francis Holmes 
William Hall 
John Hill 

Eliakim Hutchinson 
Joshua Hewes 
Samuell Hood 
widdow Herridge 

6. Lawrence Hammond 
Ambrose Honowell 
William Hill 

John Henderson 
William Haberfield 
Benjamin Harris 
Jacob Halwell 
Nathaniell Halsey 
widdow Hacket 

7. Ebenezer Hayden 
Richard Harris 
Joseph Hill 
Ephraim Hall 
William Hayden 
Edward Hill 

Abraham Harrison, clerk 
James Hill 

Thomas Hill Junr 
Benjamin Holoway 
William Holowell 
Thomas Hay 



164 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



8. 



Isaak Hallum 
Torrence Henly 
Richard Hubbard 
William Holloway 
Nicholas Hopkins 
widdow Hunt 

James Harris 
Nathaniell Holmes 
Joseph Holmes 
Nathaniell Hatch 
Greenhill Henewell 
Joseph Holmes Jun'r 



9. 



Henry Hill, marriner 
John Hubbard 
Thomas Hall 



Joseph Hasey 
William Hasey 



1O. Robert Harris 
Daniell Harris 
Timothy Harris 
Robert Harris Junr 
Nathaniell Holland 



1. John Jarvis 
John Ireland 
Nathaniell Jarvis 
Thomas Johnson 

2. Thomas Jackson 
Matthew Jones 
Joseph Jackson 
Samuell Jaekson 
Zechariah Johnson 
John Jenkins 
Nicholas Ingoldsby 
John Jenkins, mariner 
widdow Joles 

3. Nathaniell Jewell 
John Jepson 
William Jepson 
Thomas Jepson 
widdow Jacobs 

4. Samuell Jackline 
Aaron Jeffords 
L* Jarvis 



Benjamin Jackson 
Isaak Jones, Fisherman 
widdow Jose 

5. Henry Ingram 
David Jeffrys 
David Johnson 
David Jenners 

6. Job Ingram 
Samuell Johnson 
James Jarvis 
Samuell the Jew 
widdow Jones 

7. John Joyliff Esq 
Roger Jud 
Nathaniell Johnson 

8. John Johnson 
Isaak Jones 

9. William Ireland 



1. Thomas Kellond 

Timothy Kemble, carp 



2. 



3. 



Richard Knight 
John Keetch 
Timothy Kemble 
widdow Kind 
Deborah Kean 

Andrew Knot 
John Kneeland 
Solomon Kueeland 



5. Roger Kilcup 

Christopher Kilby 



6. 



John Kilby senr 
William Keen 
John Kilby Junr 
Keemer 

Ralph Kilcup 
Solomon Kneeland 
John Killio 
Samuell King 



7. Nathaniel Keettle 

8. John Kelton 
Richard Keates 



1. Robert Lash 

2. John Langdon 



John Lawson 
Robert Lad 
Thomas Lazenby 



APPENDIX. 



165 



John Lowden 

3. Samuel Lillie 
Thomas Littlepage 
Peter Lawrence 
Lancelot Lake 
Peter Leach 
Thomas Lamb 
Daniell Loring 
Capt. Lassells 
widdow Lillie 

4. John Love 
John Loverin 
Phillip Langdon 
Isaak Loring 
William Lovis 

5. Samuell Lynde 
Francis Legaree 
William Lacky 
Jaires Leblond 
Edward Loyd 



Ebenezer Lowell 
widdow Lash 

6. Samuell Leg 
John Lewis 
Richard Lux 

Lampree 

7. David Langdon 
Joseph Lowell 
Ebenezer Luscomb 
John Lemene 
Joshua Lane 
Robert Logen 
Richard Lowden 

8. Thomas Linkhorn 
Samuel Landman 
John Levensworth 
Joseph Lobden 
John Lee 

John Leach 



1. Francis Marshall 
John Marshall 
Elias Maverick Sen'r 
Robert Moor 

Peter Marshall 

2. Richard Middlecott 
Amos Murrell 
Edward Mortimer 
Edward Martin 
Thomas Mitchill 
John Mountford 
Henry More 
Edmund Mountford 
Christopher Monk 
Andrew Mariner 
Thomas Martin 
John Mills 
Robert Maugridg 
Edward Mills 
widdow Mountford 
Lydia Moor 
widdow Moor 
widdow Muthews 

3. James Macollie 
Thomas Martin 
Samuell Mattock senr 
Samuell Mattock Junr 
Joseph Mariner 
Richard Miles J' 
Widdow Maning 
widdow Main 

4. Thomas Mercer 
Stephen Minot 
William Manly 
Georg Mountjoy 
John Mulligan 



William Mountford 
Richard Moril 
Thaddeus Mackarta 

5. Henry Mountford 
Eleazur Moody 
Robert Maxwell 
Benjamin Mountford 
Thaddeus Mackarta 
John Maxwell 
James Mears 
James Montier 
William Man 
Thomas Melens 

Medcalf 
Merit 
widdow Matson 

6. David Mason 
Joseph Mai am 
Florence Mackarta 
Thomas Marshall 
James Maxwell 
Georg Monk 
Arthur Mason 
Simeon Messenger 
Archiable Macquedick 
Hannah Man her husband 
Francis Mors 
Alexander Miller 
Elizabeth Mors 

7 John Marsh 

Isaak Marion, butcher 
John Marion senr 
Samuell Marion 
Robert Mason 
Paul Miller 
Miles mariner 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



John Mico 
Samuell Marshall 
John Morris 
Thomas Messenger 
James Marshall 
Nicholas Mead 
Nathaniell Miles 
William Molton 
widdow Man, unicorn 

8. John Mulberry 
John Marion Jun r 
Daniell Mory 



Jacob Melyen 
John Mason 
Jacob Mason 
Henry Miles 
Samson More 
Joseph Marsh 
Joseph Marshall 
John Marsh at Keats 
Widdow Mason 

9. Paul Maverick 

10. Dorman Morean 



1. John Nash 
Georg Nowell 
John Nedham 
Ezekiell Nedham 
Nathaneell Newhall 
Joseph Nash 

2. John Nicols 
David Norton 
Georg Norton 
Thomas Nulline 
Georg Newby 

3. Francis Nocks 



4, Timothy Nash 

5. Thomas Newton 
John Nelson 
Capt Newhall 

6. Jabesh Negus 
Robert Nokes 
Nathaniell Newgate 

7, Samuell Nortcross 
Sarah Noyes 



1. 

2. John Oliver 

3 John Orris 

4. 

5. Thomas Oakes 



6. Widdow Oxenbridge 

7. Nathaniell Oliver 
Daniell Oliver 
Regnall Odall 
Richard Okum 

8. Richard Oakman 
William Obison 
widdow Oxford 



1. John Prat 

Nathaniell Parkman 
John Pullen 
John Parmiter 
John Pittam 
William Parkman 
James Pitts 
John Pitts 
Gerard Pursly 
Richard Pears 
Samuell Poor. 
Joseph Parrum 
Elias Puddington 
William Pearse 
widdow Perkins 



2. 



Timothy Prout 
Joseph Prout 
Edward Peggy 



John Palmer 
John Pears 
Edward Proctour 
John Pirn 
Thomas Parker 
John Plaisted sen? 
John Plaisted Jun? 
Robert Pears 
Ebenezer Parmiter 

Prindle 

Edward Porter 
Thomas Prankin 
Sam 11 Pain, mariner 

3. Ebenezer Price 
William Palfery 
Joseph Peirce 
Joshua Peacock 
Elias Puddington 



APPENDIX. 



167 



John Parker 

Pousland 
widdow Pierson 
widdow Prince 
widdow Pemberton 

4. Richard Priest 
Humphery Parsons 
Thomas Phillips 
John Pasco 
William Parsons 
William Pain 
Robert Price 
William Philps 
JoyllirF'Price 
Francis Par noil 
Peter Parrot 
Stephen Palmer 

5. Richard Proctour 
Samuell Plainer 
Daniell Powning 
Thomas Perkins 
Thomas Pecke Jun'r 
Elkanah Pernbrock 
Thomas Palmer 
John Pitts 

Benjamin Pemberton 
Thomas Plats 
William Pain 
widdow Powning 

6. Joseph Parson 
Samuell Phillips 
Joseph Prince 
Henry Put 
Nicholas Paig 
James Pemberton 
Richard Peacock 



John Pastree 
widdow Phillips 

7. Jonathan Pollard 
Jose Phillips 
Hugh Perrin 
John Pool 
William Phillips 
William Pain, Smith 
John Potwine 
Michaell Perry 
John Parker 
Samuell Phillips 

Mr Pain, from Nosset 
Edward Pumree 
David Pollard 
John Pecke 
Anna Pollard 

8. Thomas Prince 
Thomas Powell 
Samuell Pears 
Seth Perry 
Nathaniel! Purdue 
John Pell 
Daniell Phippeny 
William Porter Jun'r 
Richard Pain, mast maker 
Henry Perkin 

John Potter 
Nathaneel Peather 
widdow Pearce 

9. Thomas Prat 
Edward Phillips 

1C. Solomon Phips 
John Parker 



1. Joseph Roberts 
John Roberts 
James Robes 
Georg Robinson 
John Robinson 
Joseph Robinson 
John Rainsford 
John Russell 
David Robinson 
John Rucke Jun'r 
Anna Richards 
widdow Rainsford 

2. Ralph Rainsford 
Obadiah Reed 
William Roby 
Samuell Russell 
James Rainier 
Joseph Russell 
William Rous 

Risee, mariner 
Benjamin Rawlings 



3. John Richards 
James Ranstrop 
Joseph Ryall 
Ralph Rainsford 
Richard Richardson 
Charles Roberts 
George Raison 



4. 



John Rickes 
John Rogers 



5. John Roberts 
John Ryall 
Humphery Richards 
Joseph Rogers 
Nathaniell Raynolds 
Samuell Ruck 

6. Joseph Raimer 
John Rowlstone 
Caleb Ray 
Joseph Russell 



168 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



William Randall 
Gamaliell Rogers 

7. John Rilee 

William Ridgill 



Andrew Rankin 
William Randall 

S. James RandaL 
William Ruck 



1. Henry Sharp, painter 
John Smith 
Thomas Stephens 
Josiah Stone 
Robert Seers 
Richard Shoot 
Arthur Smith 
Nicholas Salisbury 
John Stover 
Joseph Snelling 
John Scally 
William Shute 
John Sowther 
James Seward S? 
Samson Shoar 
Michaell Shoot 
John Snelling 
Anthony Stoddard 
John Silly 
Samuell Swetman 

2. William Sheperee 
Edward Sumers 
John Scate 
Jabesh Salter 
John Simons 
John Sunderland 
William Stratton 
Joseph Switcher 
Benjamin Snt-llings 
Christopher Sleg 
Joseph Skinner 
John Shine 
Samuell Shaddock 
James Statson 
James Seward 
Richard Sherrin 
Widdow Stephens 

3 James Statson 
Robert Starkee 
Pilgrim Simkins 
William Snell 
John Somes 
Major Thomas Savage 
Thomas Standbury 
John Sellman 
Alexander Seers 
Seth Smith 
Nicholas Sparry 
John Simson 
Thomas Steel 



Thomas Simkins 

4. Abraham Smith 
Robert Shelstone 
James Smith 

Thomas Savage, goldsmith 
Ephraim Savage 
Cyprian Southwark 
Gregory Sugars 
Moses Shedbeard 
John Salisbury 
Thomas Storey 
Jacob Smith 
John Spencer 
Elizabeth Stephens 

5. Henry Spry 
Richard Sherrin 

Coll Samuell Shrimpton 
Peter Shabbod 
Samson Stoddard 
Capt" Smithson 

Sarson 

Thomas Savage, mariner 
Widdow Swet 

6. Simeon Stoddard 
Nathaniell Shannon 
Francis Smith 
Joseph Scot 
Briant Smith 
Robert Sanders 
Peter Sheridan 
John Shaddock 
Epaphras Shrimpton 
Widdow Stoddard 

7. Samuell Smith 
Savel Simson 
Stephen Sergeant 
John Smith, baker 
Thomas Smith, stiller 
Peter Sergeant, Esq 
Gyles Sylvester 
Thomas Shepcot 
Rowland Storey 
Joseph Stocker 
Bartholmew Sutton 
William Sutton 

John Smith, the Smith 
Windor Sandy 
William Slack 



APPENDIX. 



169 



8. Samuell Sewall Esq & Mrs Hull 
Alexander Simson 
Elizur Star 
Joseph Simson 
Eneas Salter 
Michaell Shaller 
Mathias Smith 
Robert Sanderson 
Samson Sheaf 
Samuel Salter 
Eneas Salter Jun* 
Sherlow 



Robert Smith sen' 
Joseph Soper 
Nicholas Stoughton 
Widdow Sanderson 
Widdow Small 

9. John Smith 

10. Thomas Stedman 
Nathaniell Stedman 
Ralph Shepard 



1. Timothy Thornton 
Richard Tout Junr 
William Towers 

2. Daniell Turell 
Daniell Travis 
Georg Thomas 
John Trow 

Thomas Townsend, smith 
Christopher Taylor 
John Tucker, mar 
Thomas Townsend 
Sarah Turell 
Wid of Capt Turell 
widdow Thomas 

3. Samuell Turell 
Joseph Townsend 
Richard Tally 
Benjamin Tout dead 
Thomas Tyler 
Samuell Thorn 
John Tenny, dead 
James Traworthy 

Anthony Thorning, at Lyon ram- 
pant 

4. John Thwing 
Isaiah Tay 
Jeremiah Tay 
Bartholomew Threenedle 
Daniell Thomson 

5. Matthew Turner 
Edward Thomas 



James Thornbury 
Thomas Thornton 
John Thwing 
Benjamin Thaxter 

6. Nicholas Tippet 
James Taylor 
Penn Townsend 
Francis Thrasher 
Bernard Trot 
John Tuckerman 
Samuel Tilly 
James Townsend 

7. William Turner 
William Tilly 
John Temple 

John Tuckerman Jun'r 

8. Edward Taylor 
Peter Townsend senr 
Peter Townsend Jun'r 
William Tedman 
Georg Turfery 
Widdow Thair 

9. Samuell Townsend 
Elisha Tuttle 
Edward Tuttle 
John Tuttle 
Jonathan Tuttle 

10. Jonathan Torey 



1. David Vaughan 
John Viall 
Thomas Veering 

2. Christopher Vale 

3. John Veering 
James Updick 

4. John Vicars 
o. John Usher 



Peter Varhee 
(5. Andrew Veatch 
7. 

8. Joseph Vicars 
9. 
10. 



170 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



1. Joseph Williams 
Samuell Woodward 
Lawrence White 
Samuell Workman 
John Welch 

John Water 
Benjamin Williams 
Andrew Wilson 
Samuell White, mariner 
Samuell White, carpenter 
Benjamin Worthy lake 

2. Richard Way 
Richard White 
Obadiah Wakefield 
Amos Wodlin 
John Wakefield sen? 
John Wakefield Jun? 
Adam Winthrop 
Andrew Willet 
Timothy Watsworth 
Edward Worrell 
William Wheeler 
John Waters 

Wiar, boatman 
Joseph Wadsworth mr 
Widdow Wensley 
Widdow Warren 
Widdow Waters 

3. John Wally sen? 
Joshua Windsor 
Samuell Walker 
Thomas Windsor 
Benjamin Web 
Samuell Wentworth 
Nathaniell Williams 
Jonathan Waldo 
James Williams 
Francis Whitman 

Whitehorn, at Wentworths 
Widdow Walker 

4. John Waldo 
John Watkins 
Andrew Waker 
William Wilson 
Thomas Walker 
Ebenezer Weekes 

5. Benjamin Walker 
Samuell Ward 
Joseph Web 
John Watson 
Edward Winslow 
James Wood 
John Wiswall 



William Welsted 
Dr. Richard Williams 

6. Richard Wilkins 
James Worth 
Robert Williams 
Thomas Wheeler 
John Wilson 
John Walker 
Widdow Ware 
Sarah Webster 
Widow Wesendunck 

7. Cornelius Waldo 
John Williams 
James Webster 
David Walsby 
John Wally Jun? 
John Wenchcomb 
Edward Wanton 
Elizabeth Whetcomb 
Michael! Willis 

John Winslow and mother 
maj John Wally 
Daniell Willard 
William Welsted Junr 
Joseph Web 
Martha Wharton 

8. Wait Winthrop Esq? 
Thomas Walker Sen? 
Thomas Walker Jun* 
John Wait 

Return Wait 
William Wallace 
Thomas Wallace 
Peter Ware 
Edward Willis 
Joseph Wheeler 
John Williams 
William Web 
William Wheeler 

9. Aaron Way 
Dean Winthrop 
Jose Winthrop 
Thomas Williams 
John Wait 

10. Joseph White 
Benjamin White 
John Winchester 
Josiah Winchester 
Thomas Woodward 
Georg Woodward. 
Widdow White 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



In preparing the following Index, I have endeavored to assist the reader in 
finding names, but without warranting the correctness of my identifications. 
That is, I have placed under one head names which seemed to be probably the 
same, although varied in spelling. But the reader is again warned that the 
spelling of many names is so varied on these lists as to render it impossible to 
place them under definite and certain headings. Thus, we have Jeffries 
under Gefferies, Eustis under Ustice, Chaddock and Shaddock, Ersey, proba- 
bly for Hersey, and innumerable instances of changes of vowels. Hencethe 
searcher for any name must look for it under all possible variations, and must 
follow out all references to names resembling the one sought : a name may 
be under more than one heading. He must search all names under the initial 
letter of the name, and must also search under any other initial which 
could be interchanged therewith. 

It is hoped that every name on the foregoing lists has been safely trans- 
ferred to the following columns. 

BOSTON, December, 1881. W. H. WHITMORE. 



Abandana, 158. 

Abbot, 143. 

Abdey, 73. 

Ackerman, 158. 

Acres (Aokars), 56, 58. 

Addams, 22, '28, 31, 33, 3*, 41, 56, 58, 62. 66, 
68, 79, 84, 80, 88, !6, 98, 101, 117, 129, 136, 
137, 141, 144, 145, 148, 149, 153, 157, 158. 

Addington, 49, 54, 88, 117, 134, 141, 154, 158. 

Adlin, 158. 

Afters, 68. 

Ahaltree (Augletree), 139, 151, 158. 

Alcock, 33, 39,41, 46, 66, 70, 71, 75, 80, 103, 
158. 

Alden (Aiding), 70, 102, 118, 138, 142, 150, 
155, 158. 

Alexander, 57, 158. 

Alger, 158. 

Allare (A Hard), 108, 139, 151. 

Allen (Alline), 83, 38, 41, 46,47,49, 55, 62, 64, 
71, 72, 75, 77, 81, 82, 83, 86, 87, 83, 109, 
H'2, 113, 114, 116, 118, 125, 13S 140, 141, 
142, 143, 151, 153, 154, 155, 156, 158. 

Allerton, 73. 

Allfi rd, 41, 49, 55, 68, 81, 88, 116, 141, 154, 
158. 

Allinson (Aliston), 49, 54, 55, 154, 158. 

Almfihousse, 78. 

Ami (Amy), 28, 32, 94, 158. 

Amory, 78. 

Anderson, 22, 62, 68, 80, 82, 86, 100, 137. 

Andrews, 38, 65, 68, 73, 156, 158. 

Anger, 32, 75, 138. 

Anhaltree, 139. 

Antrobus, 48. 

Apollonio, 4, 9, 10. 

Appleton, 3, 122, 142, 150, 158. 

Arbuekle, 137. 

Archer, 158. 

Ardall, 87, 112, 140, 153, 158. 

Arding, 136. 

Armitage, 41, 47, 48, 60, 81, 119, 143, 155. 

Armstrong, 2S, 146, 158. 

Arnold (Arnald), 31, 68, 79, 86, 96, 136, 154, 
158. 

Asbley, 79, 86, 100, 120, 137, 155, 158. 



Aspinwall, 56, 58, 65, 128, 145, 157, 158. 

Assali, 107,150. 

Aston, l:J6. 

Atherton, 28, 158. 

Atkinson, 49, 54, 73, 87, 113,119, 140, 143, 153, 

155, 158. 
Attaway, 59. 
Attkins, 22, -28, 72, 81, 84, 87, 91, 98, 135, 137, 

139,146,148,149,158. 
Attwater, 49, 54, 55, 61, 87, 111, 140. 
Attwood. 22, 84, 92, 135, 146, 148, 158. 
Auger (Anlgar), 32, 68, 82, 105, 136, 156. 
Auren, 141. 
Austen, 136. 

A very ( A vere, Avery es) ,81, 88, 89, 90, 116,158. 
Avignion, 158. 
Avis, 28, 46, 135, 146, 158. 
Ayres (Ares), 84, 88, 146. (See Eires.) 

Babbage, 143, 159. 

Bnboll, 68. 

Backer, 75. 

Backway, 103. 

Bacon, 138. 

Badcock, 159. 

Badger, 159. 

Baggwortb, 155, 159. 

Bagley, 82, 139. 

Baker, 22, 28, 31, 41, 47, 49, 54, 55, 70, 71, 72, 
74. 80, 81, 84, 86, 87, 89, 92, 98, 109, 112, 
116,122, 125, 135, 137, 140, 141, 142, 144, 
146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 154, 156, 158, 159. 

Balland, 41, 47. 

Ballard, 33. 82, 84, 92, 106, 135, 139, 146, 148, 
151, 158, 159. 

Ballentine, 70, 101, 103, 105, 138, 150, 159. 

Balstone, 61, 71, 73, 75, 80, 81, 120, 121, 124, 
143, 155, 156, 159. 

Banister, 119, 143,156,159. 

Banks, 68, 80, 82, 159. 

Bant (Baunt), 138, 150, 158. 

Barackin, 153. 

Barbell, 55. 

Barber, 70, 72, 86, 88, 89, 98, 101, 137, 141, 
149, 153, 158, 159. 

Barbutt, 138, 153, 159. 



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CITY DOCUMENT Xo. 92. 



Bardge, 82. 

Bargier, 159. 

Barker, 89, 117. 

Barnal, 75. 

Barnard (Bernard, Bearnard), 22, 31, 32, 66, 

79, 86, Vt9, 127, 137, Io9, 146, 149, 152, 158, 

Io9. 
Barnes, f,9, 71, 72, 73, 80, 82, 87, 106, 111, 125, 

140, 14-1, 153, 156, 159. 
Barnesdell, 159. 
Burnett, 08, 141. 
Barrell, 31, 3:), 67, 1-^6, 158. 
Barrett, 28, 86, 87, 98, 107, 109, 137, 141, 146, 

158, 159. 

Barn-y, 120, 132, 142, 145, 148, 155, 159. 
Barrii.gton, 104. 
Burrow, 159. 

Bartholomew, 47, 49, 65, 72. 
Barton, 48, 71, 82, Ii6, 107, 1C9, 151, 154, 159. 
Bashoon, 159. 

Basse, 84, 135,146, 148, 158. 
Bassett, 70, 71, 79, H 4, 138, 154, 159. 
Bastar, 22. 

Basto (Bcarsto, Bersto), 87, 129, 145, 157, 159. 
Bxtchelder, 68. 
Bat eman, 64, 70. 
Batt, 38. 

Battks, 82, 139, 153, 159. 
Butts, 73. 

Baxter. C2, 85, 100, 113, 137, 140. 
B<iyley, 86, 94, 98, 137, 144, 149, 158. 
Bayton, 119, 142, 153. 
Beales, 158. 

Bi-ard, 73, 84, 94, 158, 159. 
Beck, 41, 47, 72, 81, 87, 113. 
Bedlnm, 86. 
Bedlow, 98. 
Bednell, 116, 142. 
Bed well, 71. 
Beedle, 113,140. 
Beers, 159. 
Beete, 159. 
Belcher 59, 62, 66, 75, 76, 126, 132, 141, 144, 

145, 1>0, 153, 159. 
Bell, 9'). 
Bellenes, 38. 

Bellmgham, 47, 113, 159. 
Bellknap, 41, 46, 72, 88, 116, 141, 154, 159. 
Bemmur, 32. 

Bendish (Bcnditch), 49, 55. 
Beniamin, 70. 
Benjar, 158. 
Benmore, 152, 159. 
Bennet, 22, 28, 31, 65, 75, 77, 104, 125, 133, 

138, 144, 145, 14, 149, 156, 158, 159. 
Benning, 119. 
Bernoon, 154, 159. 
Berry, 22, 63, 84, 86, 91, 100, 135, 137, 148, 149, 

100, 158. 
Bertles, 115. 
Bevcss, 22, 97, 137. 
Bicknell, 127, 144. 
Bickner, 159. 
Biddle(Beddle),72, 87. 
Big, 139. 
Bighton, 72. 
Bignell, 73, 156. 
Bill, 22, 38, 59, 63, 76, 84, 89, 93, 118, 131, 133, 

135, 137, 142, 145, 14, 155, 159. 
Billing, 33, 73, 107, 139, 142, 152, 159. 
Billion, 159. 

Bingley, 21, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 73. 
Birge, 109, 139. 
iriha, 1704-1845, pp. 11-13. 
Biscon, 154, 159. 

Bishop, 49, 54, 61, 68, 73, 103, 138, 159. 
Blabbor, 159. 
Blacke, 39, 86, 100. 
Blackledgc (Blackleach), 86, 159. 
Blackman,159. 

Blackwell, 82, 8t, 94, 106, ^39. 
Blake, 2>, 31, 33, :\'\ 67, 68, 75, 100, 126, 138, 

144,148, 15(5,158. 
Blaakfeild, 70. 



T>lenmy, 75. 

Blieh, 73, 120. 

Bliuko (Blincoe),73, 121. 

Blower (Blore), 49, 61, 159. 

Bludslo, 113. 

Blumfi ild, 33, 39. 

Blush (Blish), 55, 121, 140, 153, 159. 

Blyih, 143, 154. 

Boatswain, 159. 

Boddy, 82. 

Bodkin, 55. 

Bogles, 75. 

Bollard, 71. 

Bonamy, 113, 144. 

Bond, 22, 152, 159. 

Bonticr, 78, 107. 

Booker, 121, 152, 159. 

Boone, 28, 73, 153, 159. 

Booth, 88. 

Boquet, 156. 

Borden, 158. 

Bordman, 159. 

Borland, 80, 107, 139, 155, 159. 

Bornone, 142. 

Bossinger, 89, 118, 155, 159. 

Bos worth, 41, 47. 

Boues, 84. 

Bbulderson, 101, 138, I'O. 

Boult (Bolt), 71, 75, 100, 140, 149, 158. 

Boulter, 46, 70. 

Bourn, 159. 

Bow, 15!). 

Bowd, 108, 139. 

Bowden (Bawden), 22, 63, 99, 121, 15=*, 159. 

Bowers, 6-<. 

Bowland,82. 

Bowles, 72. 

Bowry, 22, 159. 

Boyles, 159. 

Bnylston, 57, 130, 145, 157, 159. 

Boy*, 1G6. 

Brackett, 49, 54. 

Bracy, 31. 

Braddley, 22, 31. 

Bradford, 71, 82, 109, 139, 152, 159. 

Brading (Bniden, Bredon), 41, 48, 60, 76, 81, 

10'i, 132, 139, 145, 152, 159. 
Bradstreet, 122, 143. 
Braer, 96. 
Bramsdle, 149. 
Brat, 110. 

Brattle, 41, 47, 67, 72, 77, 154, 159. 
Breckncll, 84, 93, 134. 
Breeme, 22, 68, 86, 95, 136, 149, 151, 158. 
Brenton, ft9, 155, 159. 
Brewer, 146. 
rid<weU, 78. 

Bridges, 67, 7 1 , 73, 80, 82, 121, 141, 143, 155, 159. 
Bridghum (Brigham), 61, 73, 89, 118, 119, 

142, 155, 15'.. 

Briggs, 70, 71, 89, 101, 115, 151, 154, 159. 
Brightman, 81, 89, 117, 141, 154, 159. 
Brimblecom, 22. 

Brimsden, 31, 64, 84, 93, 135, 146, 158. 
Brinly, 71, 82, 112, 140. 
Briscoe, 75, 84, 125, 144, 156, 158, 159. 
Bristow, 159. 
Brizellton, 46. 
Broadbent, 108, 139. 
Brock, 159. 
Brockenberry, 32. 
Brockhoven,112,140. 

Bromfeild (Brumfeild), 70, 122, 142, 156, 159. 
Bromsden, 148. 
Bronding, 72. 
Broof, 71. 
Brooker, 139. 
Brookins, 22. 

Brooks, 41, 55, 70, 101, 138, 159. 
Broughton, 32. 
Broweri, 141. 
Browno, 31, 41,48,49, 54, 61, 70, 73, 81, 82, 

87, 88, iu9, 111, 115, 127, 140, 141, 142, 

144, 153, 155, 1-jS, 15i). 



INDEX or NAMES. 



173 



Browning, 88, 137, 141,151. 

Bruff. 152. 

Bruncll, t;8. 

Bi mining, 115. 

Bryan, 10, 72. 

Bryant, 87, 111, 140,159. 

Bucanan, K8. 

Buckit, 159. 

Buckle, 141. 

Buckley, 72, 82, 88, 134, 146, 148, 159. 

Bucknell, 41. 

Bucmastt-r (Buckminster), 58, 129, 145,157, 

159. 

Bndd, 22, 32, 84, 91, 134, 146, 148, 158. 
Budge, 82. 
Bngby,48. 

Bulkley, 87, 113, 116, 140, 154. 
Bull, 47, 73, 124, 133, 14:, 156, 159. 
Bullis, 1.8, 71. 
Bullivai.t, 82, 87, 113, 140. 
Bully (Buley), 28, 39. 
Bulmaii, 122, 142, 159. 
Bumaa, 4S. 

Bumstead, 41, 49, 54, 72, 81, 88, 89, 115, 141. 
Burford, 41, 47. 
Burgis, 18, 31, 38, 54,71, 73,78, 80, 82, 106, 

137, 139, 156, 15W. 

Burnell, 22, 28, 84, 93, 135, 146, 148, 158. 
Burowes, 71, 86, 87, 93, 113, 136, 140, 146, 

148, 150, 158. 

Born-ll, 33, 38, 68, 76, 86, 96, 149, 158. 
Burrcy, 41. 

Burridge (Barrage), 32, 84, 93, 159. 
Burrhigton, 150, 15^. 
Burt.by, 118, 136, 149. 
Burton, 41, 48, 62, 72, 130. 
Bushnell, 86, 96, 136, 149. 
Bussell, 28. 
Busway, 73. 

Butcher, 49, 55, 74, 89, 118, 142, 155, 159. 
Butler, 48, 62, 6, 71, 81, 89, 108, 119, 121, 136, 

140, 1-12, 143, 149, 154, 158, 159. 
Butterfeild, 72, 81, 139. 
Buttolph, 41, 153, 159. 
Button, 65, 82, 87, 1 13, 140, 153, 159. 
Bwige, 73. 

Byar, f2, 89, 118, 144. 
By field, 41, 47, 72, 87, 115, 141, 159. 
Byiugton, 142. 

Cable (Cabell), 68, 80, 83, 109, 138, 160. 

Cahone, 109. 

Calfc-, 156, 160. 

Calkott, 120. 

Calh-ndar, 38, 68, 79, 86, 96, 99, 137, 138, 144, 

149,150, 160. 
Calk y,86,137,148. 
Callow. 103, 137, 150. 
Carner,' 108. 

Campbell (Cammill), 89, 117, 141, 150, 160. 
Can, 23. 
Candish, 160. 
Cannon, 23, ^2. 
Cany, 155, 160. 
Cap, 85. 
Caraford, 1S2. 
Caroll, 41, 47. 
Cardy, 97, 136. 
Careless, 2:5. 
Carey, 47, 160. 
Carli'le, 149, 1(50. 
Carney, 70, 110. 
Carry, 155. 

Cartbew, 23, 70, 102, 150, 160. 
Carter, 50, 54, 8, 70, 82, 84, 87, 91, 103,111, 

138, 140, 150, 1JW, 160, 161. 
Carvar (Carvah), 41, 71, 72. 
Car wither. 9;', 136, 149. 
Case, 58. 

Casie, 50, 54, 64. 
Casliuton, 141. 
Castle, 65, 68. 
Cnwley, 33, 38, 68. 
Center, lou. 



Chaddock, 155. 

Chaitfen, 120, 142, 155, 160. 

Chamberlain, 93, 135, 147, 148, 157, 160. 

Chamden, 160. 

Cham let, 146,160. 

Champion, li>2. 

Champlin, 100. 

Chanter, 86. 

Chanterell, 33, 39. 

Chanterland. 33. 

Charles, 86, 98, 136, 153. 

Charley, 48. 

Charty, 117. 

Cheever, 48, 63, 70, 71, 102, 108, 115, 132, 138; 

139, 150, 152, 154, 160. 
Chickley (Checkly), 22, 32, 33, 38, 66, 68, 71, 

72, 80, 83, 102, 103, 107, 135, 138, 139, 150, 

151, 152, 154, 160. 

Childs, 50,56, 58, 68, 103, 130, 136, 145, 160. 
Chresfield, 152. 

Christophers, 89, 115, 141, 154, 160. 
Churches, List of in Boston, 6. 
Cirbey, 152. 
Clampit, 160. 

Clapp, 68, 82, 127,143,160. 
Clarke, 15, 23, 28, 31, 33, 38, 42, 47, 57, 58. 6% 

68, 70, 71, 72, 74, 76, 79, 80, S2, 83, 84, 83, 

87, 8.), 92, 9U, 102, 106, 107, 108, 111, 120, 

124,126, 128, l'-9. 13 i, 135, 13^, 13', 140, 

141, 14'.', 144, 145, 146, 148, 152, 153, 155, 

156, 157, 160. 
Classe, 143. 

Clay, 80, 10", 139, 152, 160. 
Clear, 23, 41, 42, 65. 

Clements (demons), 3'1, 38, 66, 146, 160. 
Clesby (Cleavesby), 33, 38, 68, 7 >, 84, 86, 94, 

98, 134, l;>6, 146, 143, 149, 160. 
Clifford, 13.). 
Cliskett, 13'>. 
Cloutjh (Cluffe), 23, 32, 54, 71, 74, 80, 84, 83, 

92, 13-'), 148, 155, 160. 
Clow, 75, 82, 118, 126, 142, 144, 146, 153. 
Clutterbuck (Clutterbrock), 50, 154. 
Coantr, 82. 
Coates, 160. 

Cobb, 124, 144, 156, 160. 
Cobbett, 160. 

Cobham, 65, 71, 80, 83, 89, 108, 139. 
Cockcraft, 160. 
Cocke, 23, 31, 32, 74, 149, 160. 
Coekcs(Cox) , 22,31,33, 38, 49, 54, 62, 66, 68, 141. 
Codner, 50, U,8, 139, 155. 
Cohoun, 1M8. 
Colbprne, 75, 157. 
Cole (Coolie). 28, 81, 83, 117, 122, 127,133, 

137, 142, 143, 144, 146, 149, 155, 166, 160. 
Coleman, 28,81, 84, 92, loo, 14S, 160. 
Collicott, 22, 23, 32, 68, 96. 
Collier (Coller), 06, 74, 146. 
Collins, Ml, 50, 54, 55, 70, 71, 80, 83, 86, 92, 

108, 110, 13o, 140, 160. 
Colmer, 131, 145, 160. 
Colston, 74. 
Combe, 48. 
Condor, 141. 
Coney (Conney, Cunny), 33, 28, 55, 63, 70, 72, 

89, 103, 112, 116, 137, 141, 154, 160. 
Conigrave, 41, 46. 
Contee, 89. 
Cooke, 49, 61, 70,71, 80, J>3, 86, 88, 89, 103, 

108, 115, 122, 134, 139, 141, 152, 154, 1W. 
Cooley, 23. 
Coomer (Comer, Cumer), 33, 38, 68, 79, 86, 

98, 136, 149. 

Coonies, 103, 138, 150, 160. 
Coop, 82, 140. 

Cooper, 22, 23, 68, 106, 110, 139, 152, 160. 
Copp, 22, 28, 32, 68, 86, 97, 136, 149, 160. 
Coram, 160. 

Corbin, 56, 58, 72, 129, 157. 
Cord, 116. 
Cordner, 139. 
Cornish, 81, 89, 114, 120, 126, 141, 142, 143, 

144,151, 1; 4, 1 6, 160. 



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Corrcll, 137. 

Corwin, 62, 64, 160. 

Cottey (< 'utter), 70, 94, 102, 138, 150. 160. 

Cottle, 116. 

Cotton, 19, 65. 

Couch, 106. 

Courser, 65, 70, 101, 160. 

Cousei.8,70, 139. 

Covell, 75. 

Coward, 32, 141, 154. 

Cowell, 125, 126, 144, 156, 160. 

Crabtroe, 31. 

Craiford (Crafford, Crawford), 80, 83, 108, 

139, 152, 160. 
Crane, 83. 

Cranmer, 135, 149, 160. 
Craven, 81, 117. 
Creazy, 68, 10, 141. 

Crecke (Cricke), 41, 71, 106, 139, 152, 160 
Creese, 89, 114, 160. 
Crevate, 46. 
Crichfeld, 110, 160. 

Crispe, 42, 72, 87, 113, 137, 140, 153, 160. 
Crituhett, 31. 
Critchley, 50, 55. 
Croake, 46. 
Crockett, 72. 
Crook, 47, 83. 
Cross, 42, 74, 160. 
Cros.sen, 139. 
Crouch, 143, 155, 160. 
Crow, 87, 111, 112, 140, 153, 160. 
, Crufe, 146. 
Crupp, 160. 
Crutch, 122. 
Cryres, 82. 

Cumboy, 68, 79, 86, 99, 136, 148, 160. 
Cumly, 23. 

Cummins, 28, 95, 146. 
Cundy, 68, 8(5, 94, 96, 135, 137, 148. 
Cunniball, 8-3, 138, 150, 152, 160. 
Cunningham, 89, 114, 117, 141, 154, 160. 
Curbe, 122. 
Curie, 153. 
Currier, 143. 

Curtn (Courtis), 75, 137, 160. 
Gushing, 22, 66, 68, 86, 99, 138, 149, 150, 160. 
Ousins, 107, 139. 
Cutler, 106, 160. 

Daniel, 74, 81, 89, 116, 139, 152, 161. 
Danson, 72,. 140, 153. 
Darby, 33, 6*, 124, 143, 156, 161. 
Davenport (Danport), 42, 50, 61, 75, 161. 
Daues (Dauis), 31, 32, 33, 38, 42, 50, 54, 55, 

68, 70, 71, 74, 75, 84, 88, 93, 107, 113, 128, 

141, 142, 144, 146, 148. 157. 
Davis, 55, 5ti, 57, 70, 72, 82, 89, 102, 114, 121, 

133, 135, 139, 140, 142, 145, 154, 156, 161. 
Davy, 72, 89, 116. 
Dawes, 32, 63, 71, 83, 106, 109, 126, 139, 152, 

161. 

Dawson, 68, 79, 88, 104, 113, 151, 161. 
Day, 28, 70, 74, 84, 91, 121, 135, 143, 146, 161. 
Deacons, 42, 47. 

Deane (Dean), 42, 48, 50, 54, 161. 
Dearings, *9, 115, 141,153, 161. 
Death* in Boston 1714-1845, 11, 13. 
Decro, 31. 
Dedlow, 136. 
Deebucke, 139. 
Deir, 50. 
Delavar, 161. 
Delarock. 161. 
Dell (Dill), 23, 63. 
Deloy, 131. 

Demerrit, 86, 97, 137, 161. 
Dence, 31. 
Dendy, 55, 
Deniker, 65. 

Dennis, 23, 50. 55, 86, 89, 95,115, 136, 149, 161. 
Densdall (Dinsdall), 61, 74, 142, 155, 161. 
Densden, 119, 121. 
Deshon (Deschamps) , 82, 88, 112, 138, 152, 161. 



Devax, 142. 

Devor, 153, 

Devotion, 56, 65, 129, 145, 157, 161. 

Dew, 74, 8J, 118, 142, 155, 161. 

Dower (Duer), 05, 71, 80, 83, 108,139, 152, 153. 

Dewin (Duen), 121, 142. 

Dewitt (Du Wit), 33, 38. 

Dcwftbury, 161. 

Dexter, 8 >. 

Dick, 8. 

Dickerson, 70, 105, 146, 161. 

Dill, 63, 84. 

Dingly (Dinly), 50, 54, 154, 161. 

Doan, 161. 

Dobson, 86, 98, 137. 

Dolbear, 161. 

Doleberry, 68, 79, 86, 97, 149, 161. 

Domenick, 125 

Doolittle, 59, 76. 

Dorman, 47. 

Dorr, 68. 

Dorrell, 161. 

Dosset, 72, S7, 113, 140, 153, 161. 

Dothrow, 42. 

Dowden (Dowdon),23, 70, 79,86,96,136,149, 

161. 

Dowell, 23, 38, 68, 100, 136, 161. 
Dower, 161. 
Downe (Downes), 23,32,63, 75, 84, 93, 126, 

135, 144, 156, 161. 
Downey, 148. 
Downing, 154, 161. 
Dowse, 42, 46, 64, 71. 
Dowty, 1H1. 
Drake, 68, 72, 78, 83. 
Draper, 102, 119, 141, 151, 153, 161. 
Drarie, 70. 
Drene, 70. 

Drew, 38, 57, 58,128, 137,142, 145,149,157,161. 
Drinker, 74, 121, 143, 155, 161. 
Driscow, 135, 143, 161. 
Driver, 79. 
Drown, 1-16, 161. 
Druce (Drews), 56, 57, 65, 161. 
Drury (Drewry), 63, 67, 74, 126, 144. 
Dry, 161. 

Dubleday, 71, 80, 83, 106, 139, 161. 
Duchman, 141. 

Duddson. 23, 42, 47, 72, 112, 140, 161. 
Dudley, 81, 89, 117, 118, 141, 142,154. 
Duen, 121. 
Dngarlass,23. 
Duke, 117. 
Dulaine, 31. 

Dummer, 50, 55, 89, 117, 142, 154, 161. 
Dunan, 156. 
Dunbar, 161. 
Duncan, 56. 
Dunford, 47. 
Duni.ing, 28, 68,79. 
Durant, 161. 
Durdent, 127, 142. 
Durrum, 146, 161. 
DuWit, 38. 

Dwight, 75, 104, 138, 151, 161. 
Dyer, 64, 65,' 70, 102, 138, 149, 150, 151, 161. 

Eable, 119. 

East, 42, 74, 126, 144. 

Earle, 42, 47, 72, 89, 142, 146, 156, 161, 162. 

Earthy, 135. 

Ebron, 72. 

Eccles, 161. 

Edall, 142. 

Edde, 83. 

Eddows, 86, 96, 136, 151. 

Edes, 71, 110. 

Edgerton, 81, 115, 141. 

Edmonds. 55, 72, 84, 94, 135, 146, 148, 161. 

Edsall, 50, 54, S3, 109. 

Edwards, 23,34, 38, 42, 64, 68, 71, 86, 87, 89, 

95, 108, 114, 136, 139, 141, 149, 152, 161. 
Egbear, 156, 161. 
Egland, 28. 



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Eglinton, 161. 

Ekins, 139. 

Eire* (Eyre), 55, 115, 134, 141, 148, 153, 154, 

155, 161. 

Eldridge, 23, 84, 92, 94, 135, 148, 149, 161. 
Eles, in. 
Eley, 34, 38. 
Elgason, 126 
Elkin, 47, 68. 
Elin. 161. 
Elliot (EHott, Elate), 50, 70, 75, 86,94,97, 

125, 126, 135, 144, 156, 162. 
Ellis- 74, '.>'>, 104, 119, 127, 138, 143, 144, 156, 

161, 162. 

Eliston, 71, 88, 114, 140, 153, 161. 
E ison, 80, 161. 
Elliset, 161. 
Ely, 161. 
Emerson, 50, 55. 
Ernes (Emms), 28, 68, 82, 84, 86, 98, 137, 149, 

161. 
Emmons, 23, 31, 39, 64, 65, 68, 70, 71, 80, 83, 

106,109,139,151,152,161. 
Emitt, 74. 

Endicoato, 68, 86, 96, 138, 149, 161. 
Enges, 62. 
English, 23, 64, 66, 68, 85, 86, 97,137,139,149, 

161. 

Engoldsby, 31. 
Ensine, 152. 
Ersey, 85. 
Esset, 127, 143, 162. 
Eton, 138. 
Everlv, 23, 68. 

Evans (Euans), 56, 70, 72, 119, 142, 143, 161. 
Eveden (Euerden), 50, 54, 68, 79, 84, 92, 135, 

148, 1*1. 

Evered, 104, 142. 
Everett, 79, 86, 104, 138, 154, 161. 
Everill (Euerell), 55, 65,70, 101,138,151,161. 
Everton, 146, 148, 161. 
Eustice, 59, 66, 76, 139, 145, 161, 162. 

Faindem, 106. 

Fairfield, 71, 81. 106, 139, 152. 

Fairweai her (Fayerwether), 50, 54, 72,83, 

86, 83, 83, 116, 134, 141, 154, 155, 162. 
Farindin, 110. 
Farnham (Farnum), 23, 32, 66. 68, 79, 85, 97, 

99, 105, 134, 136, 138, 1-48, 149, 162. 
Farnsey (Farensey), 39, 151. 
Farnside (Ferniside), 34, 39, 68, 70, 104, 138, 

162. 

Farr, 88, 111, 151, 162. 
Farrey, Io2. 
Farrlngtori, 139. 
Farris, 162. 
Farwell, 112, 140. 
Faulkner, 29, 95, 135. 
Fawer, 140. 

Feathergill, 86, 97, 138, 149. 
Femes, 135. 
Ferry, 162. 
Fesie, 71. 

Field, 31, 42, 88, 162. 
Fielder, 74. 

Fifeild, 127, 144, 156,162. 
Figg, 86,96, 138, 151, 162. 
Finch, 46. 

Finny (Fence), 118, 142, 162. 
Ffabboro, 48. 

Fisher, 74, 119,142,156,162. 
Fishloeke, 85, <>3, 134, 147, 162. 
Fitch, 71, 72, 83, 89, 116, 141, 134, 162. 
Flack, 34, 38, 68, 100. 
Flage, 106. 
Fletcher, 42. 

Flood d, '-9, 74. 76, i:0, 143, 162. 
Floyd. 131, 145, 155, 162. 
Fogg, 50. 
Ford, 68. 
Foreland, 135. 
Fosdick, 81, 1.0, 142, 132. 
Foster, 31, 42, GO, 70, 8 '., 98, 136, 149, 162. 



Fowele, 107. 

Fowle, 42, 47, 83, 139, 152, 162. 

Fowler, 3, 39, 141. 

Fox, 68, 74, 79, 83, 89, 97, 118, 138. 142, 155, 162. 

Foxcraft, 70, 107, 13.1, 152, 162. 

Foy, 71, 83, 107, 139, 152, 162. 

Francis, 138. 

Franke, 23, 89, 1*2. 

Frank I o, S9. 

Franklin, 55, 72, 74, 124, 127, 144, 155, 162. 

Frary, 7o, 77, 83, 86, 88, 126, 144, 156, 162. 

Freak (Frick),23, 67. 

Freere, 118. 

French, 1<>2. 

Frizcll, 162. 

Frost, 50, 72, 119, 142, 156, 162. 

Frothingham, 155, 162. 

Fuller, 28, 86, 120, 142, 147, 148, 155, 162. 

Fullerton, 162. 

Funnell (Fonell), 154, 102. 

Furbush, 42. 

Furman, 74. 

Gale, 163. 

Gallant, 162. 

Gallop, 34, 38, 67, 68, 86, 95, 136, 149, 162. 

Galloway, 83. 

Gammun. 8 >, 92, 135, 146, 148, 162. 

Gail net, 149. 

Gardiner (Gardner), 56, 58,65, 68, 83, 86, 88, 

112, 120, 128, 129, 13,>, 133, 140, 142, 145, 

153,lo7,162,163. 
Garnock, 163. 
Garret, 162. 
Gaskell,163. 

Gates, 57, 58, 130, 145, 163. 
Gatridge, 151. 
Gaurd', 24,85,94, 135, 162. 
Gay, 38. 
Gee (Ghee, Ghy, Gey, Gay), 31,34,38, 39, 

68, 6 , 79, 86, 95, 136, 142, 14'J, 151, 162. 
Geff'erds, 151. 
Geffereys, 73, 86, 108. 
Gent, 75, 1^3. 
Georgo (Georges), 48, 61, 74, 85, 92, 119. 135, 

142,151,162. 
Gepson (Gypson), 39, 101, 104, 138, 162, 163, 

Gerrish, 89, 115. 

Gibbons, 88, 113, 140, 144, 153, 156, 162, 163. 

Gibbs, 34, 63, 153,162. 

Gibson, 48, 69, 71, 75, 83, 86, 103, 13S, 139 

151, 152, 154. 
Gideon, 29. 
Gilbert, 50, 54, 89, 115, 118, 141, 143, 143, 149 

154, 162. 

Gilbord, 75, 146. 
Giles, 70. 
Gill (Gills), 24, 74, 85, 93, 111, 135, 146, 148 

156, 162. 

Gillam, 61,81, 120, 143, 155, 163. 
Ginison, 70. 
Glanvil, 88, 117. 
Glasse, 122, 149,162. 
Glidden (Geadon), 146, 162, 
Glover, 42, 48, 73, 88, 114, 140, 153, 156, 162 

163. 

Goddard, 163. 
Godfrey, 104. 
GoiTward, 75, 152. 
Goff (Gough), 38, 39, 68, 86, 97, 125, 136, 138 

151, 162. 

Gold, 23, 86, 99, 127. 137, 144, 156, 162, 163. 
Golding (Golden), 50, 54, 73, 83. 
Goodale, 85, 95, 135, 146, 162. 
Goodey, 46. 
Goodman, 137. 
Goodwin (Goodin), 50, 54, 68, 74, 85, 86, 94, 

U8. 1 27, 1-6, 144, 146, 148, 156, 162. 
Gookin, 82. 

Goose, 75, 127, 144, 156, 163. 
Gorges, s.-e George. 
Gorden ((lording), 24, 68, 79, 81, 99, 104, 137, 

13 <, 143, 162. 



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Congo, 143,155,156,163. 

Grach, 71. 

Gratfb d, 154, 162. 

Giafton, 82. 

Grng, 155. 

Graham, 142. 

Granary, 78. 

Grant, 5, 86, 93, 97, 135, 146, 148, 149, 162. 

Granton, 8fi, 99, 137. 

Gratham, 163. 

Gray (CJrey), 55, 75, 125, 142, 155, 162, 163. 

Grecian, 74, 122, 139, 142, 155, 163. 

Greele, 137. 

Greene, 39, 42, 48, 59, 63, 64. fifl, 71, 73, 76, R3, 

86, 88, !>6, 100, 111, 11-J, 121, 1:<6, 138, 140, 

142, 146, 1-18, 149, 153, 162, 163. 
Greenhill, 127, 144, 156, 163. 
Greenidge, 34, 38. 
Green leaf, f>0, 54, 55, 61, 73, 74, 81, 82, 88, 89, 

112, 11 fi, 119, 122, 140. 141, 142, 155, 162, 163. 
Grceuough, 24, 32, C6, 68, 8ft, tl, 134, 146, 148, 

102. 
Greenwood, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 

HO, 31, 43, 77,85, 93, 94, 135, 146, 148, 162. 
Gregnon (Grinian), 96, 138, 162. 
Gtfce, 86, 101,149, 162. 
Grid icy, 74, 119, 14'5, 156, 163. 
Griffen (Greefinge), 24, 36, 38,74, 82, 85, 110, 

135, 141, 14-S148, 1..2, 163. 
Griggs, 43. 71, 83, WJ, 120, 139, 142, 152, 157, 

'16-2. 

Grig-all, 151. 
Gross (Grose), 34, 38, 39, 42, 43,48, 60, 70, 

102,' 10, 135, IDS, i:.l, 162, 163. 
G rover (-Grouer), 59, 63, 76, 114, 153. 
Groves, 85, 95, 136. 
Grow, 63. 
Grundl, 58. 
Gull, 163. 
Gallic, 71. 
Gutteridue, 24, 74, 82, 85, 88, 91, 104, 112,135, 

137, HO, 146, 153, 162. 

Gwin, 29, 70, 89, 1U5, 118, 142, 155, 162, 163. 
Gwinnop, 137, 149. 
Gypson, 162, 163. 

Hnherfield, 71, 81, 89, 114, 163. 

JTaokcr, 143. 

llackctt, 73, 83, 139, 163. 

Hackkeld, 152. 

I ladder, 137. 

Haincs, 153. 

Hakens, 71. 

Hale (Hs.Hc), 43, 48, 83, 106, 109, 139, 163. 

Haley, 152. 

Hall, 23, 43, 47, 64, 69, 70, 74. 88, 94, 113, 127, 
134, 1 'I, 144, 148, 153, 155, 163, 164. 

Hallam (Halem), 120, 144, 164. 

Hailard, 39. 138. 

Hallawell, 31, I- 1 3, 155,163. 

HallPt, 86, 96, 136, 149, 157. 163. 

Halliot, 34, 39. 

Halsey, 69, 83, 98, 136, 149, 163. 

Halseyl (Halsell), 24, 31. 

Ha1aw.rth, 24, 32. 

Unity, 63. 

Haman, 88. 113, 140. 

Hamilton (Hambleton), 43, 69, 110, 152, 163. 

Hamlin, 24, 38, 85, 97, 108, 137, 139, 152. 

Hammond, 57, Io7, 163. 

Ham*, ;">'>. 

Hanna-un (Hannikin), 117, 141, 155. 

Hannah, 163. 

Hanawoll, 143. 

Haimiford, 24, 94. 

Hares, 75. 

Flarker, 143. 

Harris, 24, 34, 38, 43, 56, 58, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 
83, 85, 88, 92, 102, 109, 110, 112, 120, 126, 
128, 135, 136, 138, 139, 142, 144, 145, 151, 
152, 154, 155, 156, 157, 16",, 164. 

Harrison, 51. 6 .', 7'\ 74, 75, 83, 109, 122, 143, 
144, 155, 163. 

Harsie, 76. 



Hnrwood, 63, 69, 71, 73, 74, 83, 107, 139, 152, 

16:5. 

He sard, 75. 
Hastings, 47. 

Hasy, 59, 132, 133, 145, 164. 
Hatch, 104. 

Hatherly, 34, 39, 70, 104, 139, 152, 103. 
Il.-mgh (Hough), 74, 123, 135, 143, l-i7, 163. 
Haven, 89. 
Hawkins, 29, 4'\ 47, 51, 51, 60, 73, 80, 81, 82, 

W, So. 88. 89, 10 >, 114, 139, 152, 163. 
Hawlet,32, 70. 
Hawthorne, 137. 
liny, 163. 
IIayden,143, 163. 
Haydon.85, 13o, 144. 
Hayes (Haze), 144, 154. 
Haymon, 113, 140. 
Hay wood (Hay ward, Haward), 43, 63, 71, 73, 

8:!,8S, 113, 140. 
Heath. 51, 103, 129, 138, 140, 14."), 151, U3, 

157, 163. 
Helmes, 1-14. 
Hem es, '25. 
Hemtield. 8.1, 93.143. 
Henchman (Hinksman), 15, 24, 31, 70, 85, 91, 

1:55, 146, 148, 103. 
Henderson, 152, 1*32, 163. 

Henley. 34, 38, 69, 79, b6, 98, 137,149, 163, 164. 
Hcpdifh. 88. 
Flerington. 74. 
Herman, 163. 
Herring, 55. 
Hers.. y, 31. 
Heskett,147. 
Hewes (Hnse), 43, 69, 75, 79, 86, 99, 127, 136, 

144, 156, 163. 
Hewett, 163. 

Hewin (Ileucn), 55, 86, 100, 127, 137. 
Hicks, 154. 
Higginson, 73. 

Htes, 32, 81, 89, 96, 114, 141. 
H tic, 71. 

Hilgerson,43, 75, 126, 144. 
Hill, 43, 54, 74, 75, 79, 83,89,109,118,119,120, 

134, 142, 143, 153, 155, 163, 1(34. 
Hilliard, 138, 151. 
Hillier, 70, 1< 2, 163. 
Hiscott, 24, 85, 91, 135, 147, 148, 163. 
Hitehborne, 50, 71, 83, 102, 138, 163. 
Hitchell, 152. 
Hitt, 24. 

Hoare, 74, 133, 143. 
Hobby, 85, 92, 135, 146, 143, 149, 163. 
Hobeft, 61, las. 
Horlgdon (Hodsdon), 140, 163. 
Hodges, 51, 55. 

Holbrook, 85, 94, 105, 134, 13S. 
Holland, 24, 29, 83, 1U2, 110, 134, 136, 163, 164. 
Hollaway, 34, 62, 75, 81, 113, 122, 134, 136, 141, 

1:t, 164. 

Holliocke (Holyoke), 75, 126, 144, 156, 163. 
Hollingshoad, 62. 
Holman, (55, 70, 71, 139. 
Holmes (Homes), 43, 46, 70, 75, 80, 83, 125, 

143, 156, 157, 163, 164. 
Holt, 163. 
Homan, 75, 18. 

Homer (Holmer), 106, 139, 149, 163. 
Hood, 163. 

Hooper, 29, 85, 92, 135, 130. 
Hopkins, 24, 85, 94, 135, 164. 
Hoppin, 146. 

Hornebucklc, 111, 140, 153, 163. 
Horridge, 144, 156, 163. 
Hortman, 143. 

Horton, 34, 43, 75, 83, 108, 139, 163. 
Hosker, 69. 
Hosket, 106, 146. 
Houghton, 2 '. 
Houtchino, 43. 
Howard, 24. 2J, 31, 32, 43, 51, 54, 6S, 69. 73, 

79, 82, 86, 9:3, 98, 99, 10j, 135, 136, 137, 

139, 149, 152, 163. 






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Howe, 24, 65, 70, 120, 138. 

Howes, 163. 

Hub bard, 54, 88, 111, 122, 146, 164. 

Huckford, 85. 

Hudson, 15, 24, 29, 43, 46, 58, 85, 91, 94, 135, 

146,148, 157,163. 
HuffV-, 2?, 85, 93, 146, 148. 
Hughes, 74, 163. 
Huley, 129. 

Hull, 15, 65, 75, 157, 169. 
Holland, 85, 94, 151. 

Hunlock (Ilumlock), 70, 104, 139, 152, 163. 
Hunnywdl (Hunt-well), 70, 120,143, 146,148, 

163, 104. 
Hunt, 29, 43, 47, 55, 64, 71, 80, 83, 85, 86, 88, 

92, 94, 95, 109, 114. 134, 135, 136, 139, 146, 

14S 15'J, 155, 163, 164. 
Hunting, 140. 
Kurd, 117, 141, 154. 
Hurlebury, 55. 
llussell, 74. 
Hussey, 89, 116. 
Hutchinson (Hutchison), 43, 47, 50, 54, 69, 

71, 72, 73, 79, 81, 83, 86, 88, 99, 112, 113, 

137, 140, 153, 1(33. 

Indycott (seeEndicoat), 151. 

Ingolls, 59. 

Ingle, 31. 

Inglesby, 63, 104, 135, 138, 150, 164. 

IngUsh, 106. 107, MI. 

Ingraham (Ingram), 24, 43, 46, 51, 54, 61, 71, 

83, 106, 109, 139, 140, 152, 153, 164. 
Ings, 74. 
Ireland, 59, 74, 76, 85, 132, 134, 138, 145, 146, 

148, 164. 

Jacklin, 65, 71, 80, 83, 107, 139, 152. 164. 
Jackson (Jaxcn), 31, 39, 51, 54, 63, 64,69, 70, 

74, 79. ?-3, 86. 88, 94, 95, 99, 111, 120, 133, 

135, 137, 138, 140, 148, 149, 160, lot, 164. 
Jacobs, 85, 92, 138. 151, 164. 
James, 34, 39, 70, 120. 
Jarves, 24, 85, 92, 93, 134, 135, 142, 146, 147, 

148, 164. 
Jebson, 34,39. 
Jeifall, 139. 
Jefferde, 81, ^00, 164. 
Jeffries (see Gcffereyes), 88, 96, 112, 136,140, 

153. 

Jenkins, 34, 38, 69, 70, 144, 146, 164. 
Jenks, 31, 
Jenners, 164. 

Jennison (sec Ginison), 140. 
Jepson, see Gepson. 
Jeshop, 24, 32. 
Jesson, 49, 51, 54. 
Jew, the, 164. 
Jewell, 103, 138, 151, 164. 
Jodes, 103. 
John, 75. 
Johnson (Joneson), 43, 46, 47, 51, 54, 64, 70, 

73, 82, 85. 89,93.97, 103, 104, 115, 118, 127, 

135, 138, 141, 142, 144, 148, 149, 151, 152, 

154, 164. 
Jones, 24, 34, 39, 47, 48, f)l, 55, 71, 74, 75, 79, 

83, 86, 99, 104, 109, 110, 137, 138, 140, 142, 

144, 145, 149, 151, 152, 154, 157, 164. 
Jose, 164. 
Joslin,31. 
Jossen, 21. 

Jowles (Jolls), 29, 31, 86, 96, 136, 149, 164. 
Joyce, 83, 107. 
Joyliffe (Jollifte),54, 61, 7, 74, 77, 83, 84, 86, 

88, 89, 1 8, 142, 155, 164. 

Judd (Jud), 4:5, 47, 73, 82, 88, 116, 141, 155, 164. 
Judeth, 142. 
Judkin, 24. 
Juet, 142. 
Jug, 47. 
Juke, 31. 
Jurdon, 38. 

Keats, 127, 143, 157, 164, 166. 
12 



Keay, 31, 89. 

Ki-uync (Keync, Kine, Keene), 24, 31, 43, -48, 

6, 6'J, 73, 79, 82, 8-J, 86, 88, 97, v'J, 111, 

l.,7, 140, 153, 164. 
Kecmer, 164. 

Kei-tch, 69, 86, 93, 136, 150, 164. 
KeeUlc, 164. 
Kellard, 8.\ 

Kellond, 24, 62, 86, 94, 97, 135, 137, MG, 164. 
Kelton, 157, Ii4. 
Kempthoruc, 51, 54. 
Kent, 51, 54, 69, 7U, 86, 97, 137, 146, 150. 
Kenton, 55. 
Kertile, 137. 

Kibbe, 56, 129, 138, 145, 157. 
Kiffe, 89. 

Kilby, h3, 113, 140, 141, 153, 164. 
Killcup, 43, 60, 73, 82, 88, 112, 140, 153, 164. 
Killio, 164. 
Kiiuball (Kcmbale), 24, 32, 63, 69, 79, 85, 86, 

93, 98, 135, 1*7, 146, 148, 104. 
Kind (Kine), 137, 145, 150, 164. 
King, 34, 38, H9, 46, 74, 81, 8J, 117, 120, 124, 

143, 157, 164. 

Kirby (Cirbey), 65, 137, 152. 
Kirke, 89, 98, 114, 137, 141. 
Kneeland, 152, 164. 
Knight, 24, 51, 54, 61, 63, 70, 71, 79, 81, 86,95 

120, 1 ;6, 142, 143, 150, 164. 
Knott, 139, 152, 164. 

Lackey, 88, 107, 112, 140, 165. 

Ladd,i;8, 146, 151,164. 

Laing, 110. 

Lake, 34, 63, 67, 70,102, 103, 138, 151, 165. 

Laman, 69. 

Lamb, 44, 72, 83, 88, 112, 140, 157, 165. 

Lampree, 165. 

Lamshead, 25, 32, 74. 

Landal, 75. 

Landman, 89, 118. 142, 165. 

Landon, 74, 120, 142. 

Lane, 70, 73, 85, 135, 136, 143, 165. 

Langdon, 70, 86, 96, 104, 136, 139, 15), 152 

155,164,165. 
Langle, 120. 
Langmon, 157. 
Langworthy, 32. 
Lanne, 75. 
Largine, 44, 46, 141. 
Larew, 141. 
Larkin, 81, 89, 116. 
Lasenby, 150. 

Lash, 25, 85, 91, 146, 164, 165. 
Lassell, 165. 
Lavis, 1)2. 
Law, 141. 

Lawrence, 32, 140, 165. 
Lawson, 85, 97, 101, 136, 137, 150, 164. 
Lazenby, l-'W, 164. 
Leach, 83, 85, 94, 134, 135, 165. 
Leachfleld, 88, 112, 140. 
Lcathcrland, 44. 
Leblond, 165. 
Ledagine, 138. 
Leaues, 83. 

Lee, 69, 120, 112, 144, 157, 165. 
Leeke, 127. 

Legare, 117, 141, 153, 165. 
Legg, 51, 64,66, 73, 89, 115, 141, 154, 165. 
Lemend, 165. 
Lendall, 48, 102. 
Le Sic, alias Dry, 161. 
Letherbridsrc, 44, 70, 104, 137. 
Levensworth, 142, 153, 165. 
Leveret, 73, 8.', 115, 141, 154. 
Levkt, 70, 88, 113, 140. 
Lewes, 76, 81, 86, 98, 119, 131, 133, 139, 145, 

165. 

Lidgitt, 44, 48, 89, Iu7, 119,141. 
Li eke, 141. 
Liddikin, 1'4. 
Lilly, 64, 70, 83, 102, 108, 126, 138, 140, 15J 

152, 165. 



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Lion, 109, 143. 

Lincolne (Liukhornc), 125, 143, 157, 165. 

Lindall (Lyndnle), 60, 73. 

Lindon (Lindell, Leudell),44, 47, 48. 

Linscy, 8i, 115, 141. 

Liscum, 69, 85, 92, 135, 165. 

Lisrum, 54. 

Litherwood, 100. 

Littlepagc, 151, 165. 

Lloyd, 34, 71, 72, 83, 112, 140, 153, 165. 

Lobden, 165. 

Locke, 33. 

Lofl't, 29, 120, 143. 

Lofland, 55. 

Logden, 165. 

Loper, 141. 

Loovis, 76. 

Long, 65, 70, 103. 

Lori i ig, 102, 138, 165. 

Loud, 135. 

Love, 153, 16.-). 

Lovelock, 152. 

Loverine, 97, 105, 139, 152, 165. 

Lovi*, 165. 

Lowdcn, 155, 165. 

Lowrler, 51, 74, 120, 155. 

Lowell, 44, 48, 55, 88, 111, 120, 140, 143, 165. 

Lumsdle, 148. 

Lumsley, 135. 

Lurgen, 46. 

LuPcombc, 151. 

Lux, 34, 39, 165. 

Lynde (Linde), 60, 73, 88, 89, 112, 116,140, 

153, 165. 
Lynne, 44. 
Lyone, 83, 143. 
Lytberlaiid, 140. 

Mably, 127. 

Maccarty (Mecartour, Carty, Mactre) , 41, 44, 

47. 60, 73, 88, 113, 140, 141, Io3, 154, 165. 
Macdaniel, 72, 83. 
Machclassin, 117. 
MackFarland, 162. 
Macklefin, 141. 
Macktie, 73. 
Macollie, 165. 
Macquedick, 165. 
Main, 165. 
Maine, 111, 138. 
M-ior, 85, 93, 133,136,148. 
M;ill;.gan,70. 
Malletr, 89, 117, 139, 155. 
Maltiraor-, 32, 69. 
Malynr, 138, 142. 
Manly, 75, 106, 139,152, 165. 
Mann, 38, 51, f>4, 61, 75, 89, 118, 142, 154, 165, 

186. 

Manning, 25, 47, 51, 102, 151, 165. 
Manny, 03. 
Mansicild, 87, 100. 
Maple, 143. 
Mare, 87, 100. 145. 
Markes, 34, 38, 39.89. 
Maroone, 56. 

Marsh, 74, 142, 146. 155, 165, 166. 
Marsh, Rumney, 15, 20, 21, 58, 59, 68, 76, 131, 

13', 1-18. ' 
Marsha!!, 51, 54, 63, 72, 74, 83, 85, 89, 93, 103, 

106, 108, 110, 118, 1-12, 135, 138, 139, 142, 

143,143, 151, L,4, 155,165,166. 
Marion, 142, 1^5, 157, 165, 166. 
Marrean 123, 124, 127, 128, 143, 145. 
Marriage*, 1704-1849, pp. 11-13. 
Marriner, 79, 87, 96, 136, 150, 152, 165. 
Martarme. 127, 1U. 
Martin, 25, 2, 67, 87, 100, 135, 151, 165. 
Mason, 25, 31. 46, 51, 54, 65, 69, 74, 75, 79, 89, 

115, 126, 135, 141, 142, 144, 148, 154, 155, 

157, 158, 165, 166. 
Massy, 115, 141. 
Hiister, 88, 112. 
Mather. 72. 94, 103. 
Mathews, 31, 61, 70, 115, 125, 136, 143, 150, 165, 



Matrone, 74. 

Matstock, 117. 

Mattocks (Matcx), 35, 38, 39, 63, 70, 72, 103, 

105, 1L8, 1 1, 165. 
Mattonc, 85, 91,134. 
Mattfon (Madson), 51, 63, 64, 72, 83, 109, 140, 

1C5. 

Maugeridge, 136, 150, 165. 
Maverick, 25, 59, (55, 76, 132, 145, 165, 166. 
Maxfeild, 44, 153. 
Maxwell, 74, 8.), 118, 142, 165. 
May, 44,47, 60. 
Ma>lin (Maylam), 154, 165. 
Mead, 166. 

Mcaivs, 52, 54, 74, 88, 89, 111, 140, 153, 165. 
Measure, 69. 
Medcup, 137. 
Medlecott (Middlecut), 35, 38, 69, 87, 96, 

136, 15!), 165. 
Mclens, 165. 

Mellows, 35, 38, 46, 60, 69, 70, 122, 143, 155. 
Menan, 47, 69, 70. 
Mercer, 80, 151, 165. 
Merrlnm, 144. 
Merri field, 85, 87. 
Merrill, 25, 66. 
Merrit t, 136, 165. 
Messenger, 51, 54, 70, 73, 82, 83, 89, 115, 121, 

122, 141, 142, 152, 154, 165, 166. 
Metcalf, 150, 165. 
Michel, 139. 
Mico, 1A5, 156, 166. 
Mideltonn,48, 75,127,144. 
Milam (Millum), 34, 64, 70, 103, 151, 164. 
Millard, 157. 

Miller, 25. 120, 138, 155, 157, 165. 
Mills (Milse, Miles), 29, 32, 58, 72, 137, 165, 

166. 

Miltown, 75. 
Miner, 44, 47, 106. 
Minot, 4 7 , 51, 55, 139, 152, 165. 
Mirack, 143. 

Mirrian, 74, 123, 124, 127, 143, 144, 155, 157. 
Mitchell, 25, 32, 35, 139, 165. 
Molberry, 75. 
Molden, 39. 
MoUU-r, 25, 38. 
Moletts, 55. 
Moline, 122, 157, 166. 
Monck (Munck), 51, 55, 89, 90, 116, 141, 144, 

154, 157, 165. 

Monjoy (Munjoy), 35, 39, 69, 79, 165. 
Mony, 143. 
Montare, 153. 
Montier, 165. 

Moody, 88, 111, 116, 140, 153, 165. 
Moore (More), 2.'), 31, 32, 52, 54, 66, 69, 85, 

87, 91, 9S, 135, 136, 137, 139, 148, 150, 155, 
165, 166. 

Morean, 150, 166. 

Morey, 143, 157, 166. 

Morrell, a2, 66, i;<7, 165. 

Morris, 155. 166. 

Morse (Mosse), 44, 47, 51, 54, 81, 82, 89, 114, 

135, 136, 137, 141, 154, 105. 
Mortmore (Mortimore), 79, b7, 98, 136, 150, 

165. 

Mortoe, 135. 
Morton, 46, 87, 137. 
Mosely, 25, 51, 54. 
Moser, 69. 
M on 1 ton, 82, 166. 

Mounteere (Montare), 117, 153, 165. 
Mountfort (Mumlbrd), 25, 69, 74, 79, 81, 87, 

88, 1-7, 98, 111, 122, 136, 137, 140, 142, 150, 
153,155, 165. 

Mousett, 125. 

M oyster, 110. 

Mud, 140. 

Mulberee, 143, 166. 

Mullagin, 102, 110, 138, 152, 165. 

Munings, 70. 

MurreH, 165. 

Mussivaut, 105, 137. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



179 



Muzzey, 59, 76, 131, 133, 145. 

Nalam, 165. 

Naney (Nanney), 70, 103, 138. 

Narramore, 25, 69, 100, 104, 139. 

Nash, 25, 31, 85, 94, 122, 134, 135, 146, 148, 

166. 

Nayler, 35. 
Neal, V2, 80, 83. 
Nedom, 75. 

Needham, 74, 120, 125, 143, 144, 146, 166. 
Needlaud, 157. 
Negoosc (Negers, Negus), 47, 52, 54, 55, 73, 

^9, 115, 117,141, 1:4,166. 
Nellson, 72, 83, 102, 138, 151, 166. 
NcBbh, 108. 
Newby, 6J, 166. 

Newcorabe, 35, 39, 63, 70, 104, 139. 
Newell, 76, 146. 

Newgate, 44, 47, 60, 65, 140, 166. 
Newhall, 166. 
Newman, 69, 80, 87, 99. 
Newton, 25, 44, 166. 
Nicholas, 145. 
Nichols, 31, 35, 38, 39, 66, 69, 80, 87, 96, 136, 

150, 166. 
Nick, 69, 72. 

Nickerson (Nickclson), 83, 113, 140, 141, 153. 
Noakes, 73, 89, 118, 142, 154, 166. 
Noletre, 108. 
Nontock, 13"). 
Norcross, 166. 
Nordon, 25, 100. 
Norman, 52. 
North, 72, 140. 

Norton, 32, 69, 87, 97, 136, 137, 150, 166. 
Nowell, 85, 92, 93, 135, 153, 166. 
Nox, 151, 166. 

Noyes, 54, 81, 123, 143, 155, 166. 
Nullim, 166. 

Oadly, 75. 

Oakes, 88, 113, 140, 153, 166. 

Oakley, 92. 

Oakman,lG6. 

Obison, 75, 125, 143, 144, 157,166. 

Odall, 155, 166. 

Odlin, 125, 144, 157. 

Odor, 120. 

Offield, 52, 61. 

Okenden, 35. 

Oker, 124. 

Okkcy, 85, 135. 

Okum, 166. 

Olliver (Oliuer), 15, 35,38, 44, 48, 61, 67, 69, 

74.87, 99, 120, 121, 135, Io6, 143, 155, 

166. 

Omen, 120. 
Ongram, 44, 46. 

Orchard, 52, 54, 74, 120, 142, 155. 
Ormes, 94. 

Orriss, 25, 32, 85, 92, 95, 138, 151, 166. 
Osborne, 38. 
Overman, 25, 31. 
Owne, 72. 

Oxenbridge, 82, 154, 166. 
Oxford, 166. 

Paddy, 25, 32, 76, 103, 138. 

Paggieter, 138. 

Paige (Page), 21, 25, 32, 33, 38, 52, 54, 85, 89, 

117, 131, 135, 141, 145,147, 154, 167. 
Paine, 76, 78, 80, 81, 83, 89, 106, 117, 126, 139, 

141, 144, 147, 152, 154, 156, 166, 167. 
Painter, 112, 140. 
Palme, 47, 89, 116. 
Palmer (Pamer), 32, 69, 82, 85, 89, 100, 116, 

135, 137, 147, 14*, 166, 167. 
Parker, 44, 55, 56, 59, 73, 129, 130, 139, 145, 

15d, 156, 157, 166, 167. 

Parkman, 25, 85, 91, 93, 134, 135, 148, 166. 
Parmeter (1'armeiiter), 25, 32, 85, 94, l:J4, 147, 

148, 16tf. 
Parnoll, 167. 



Parsons (Persons). 44, 47, 72, 74, 81, 83, 88, 
107, 108, 113, 122, 124, 139, 140, 142, 151, 
153, 154, 167. 

Par ram, 32, 137, 147, 166. 

Parris, 74, 89, 111, 119, 140, 153. 

Parrot, 167. 

Partman, 147. 

Pasco, 143, 151, 167. 

rashly, 55. 

Pastre, 154, 167. 

Passamore, 29. 

Pate:- hall, 61,74,123. 

Patten, 52, 109, 140. 

Paul, 138. 

Paulfrye, 70, 102, 138, 151, 166. 

Paydon, 125. 

Peacock, 58, 76, 87, 96, 138, 153, 166, 167. 

Pearce (Piersc, Perec), 25, 35, 39, 44, 43, 69, 
73, 74, 76, SI, 87, 8s, h9, 96, 98, 101, 111, 
115, l'J2, 123, 124, 127, 136, 137, 138, 142, 
144, 150, 151, 153, 157, 166, 167. 

Pease, 54, 64, 72, 81. 

Feather, 167. 

Peck, 48, 52, 54, 61, 74, 89, 110, 112, 118, 123. 

142, 143, 154, 167. 
Pecker, 82, 123, 14:5. 

Pegge (Peggy), 29, 31, 32, 87, 97, 136, 150, 

166. 

Peirson, 139, 167. 
Pell, 76, 124, 135, 143, 157, 167. 
Pemberton (Pemerton), 18, 47, 56, 58, 72, 73, 

89, 102, 115, 138, 140, 141, 151, 152, 154, 

157, 167. 
Pembroke, 167. 

Penuel (Penny well), 29, 85, 91, 135. 
Pennant, 104, 144. 
Penneman, 123, 143, 156. 
Pennett, 151. 
Penny, 63. 
Peper, 76. 
Peptriper, 38. 
Percy, 38, 76. 
Perkins, 81, 88,114, 123, 140, 143, 153, 155, 

166, 167. 

Perrin, 74, 103, 143, 167. 
Perry, 39, 111, 112, 117, 126, 140, 144, 153, 157, 

167. 

Pettee, 19. 

Phelps, 54, 136, 143, 152. 
Phenny, 155. 

Phepen (Phipeny), 35, 38, 63, 70, 167. 
Phillips, 35, 08; 39, 47, 52, 54, 55,69, 72, 74, 78, 

81, 83, 87, 88, 89, 96, 108, 111, 117, 118, 123, 

126, 136, 140, 141, 151, 153, 154, 155, 167. 
Phipps, 135, 147, 148, 152, 167. 
Pickering, 52. 
Pimm, 153, 166. 
Piper, 59. 
Pitcher, 69 87, 136. 
Pitham, 148. 
Pitman, 133. 

Pitts, 25, 85, S<3, 136, 146, 166, 167. 
Pittum, 145, Irtrt. 

Pynchon (Pinchon), 74, 123, 142. 
Place, 35, 38, 66, 69. 
Plassoue, 83. 
Platts, 44, 72, 80, 83, 167. 
Playstead, 69, 87, 98, 136, 166. 
Plimley, 47, 76, 100. 
Plum, 135. 

Plummer, 44, 48, 73, 82, 88, 111, 140, 153, 167. 
Poder, 141,142. 
Pollard, 52. 64, 61, 74, 83, 122, 124, 126, 142, 

143, 144, 155, 167. 
Pollen, 91. 

Poole, 21, 61, 74, 123, 143, 146, 147, 155, 167. 

Pooly, 32. 

Foot, 166, 167. 

Population, table of, 4. 

Pordage, 89, 116,141, 154. 

Pordum, 156. 

Porter, 25, 52, 54, 62, 73, 74, 76, 82, 88, 166, 167. 

Portis, 44. 

Portugal, 157. 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 92. 



Potter, 167. 

Potwine, 167. 

Pound, 122. 

Pouslmid, 167. 

Powell, 32, 47, 167. 

Powinge (Pownding, Powringe), 44, 47, 60, 

7o, 88, 112, 140, 153, 167. 
Prance, 69. 
Prankin, 166, 

Pratt, 2 ->, 87, 100, 133, 137, 150, 166, 167. 
Prescoit, 3-s 38. 
Price, 74, 87, 103, 112, 121, 138, 142, 151, 152, 

166, 167. 
Prier, 109. 

Priest, 29, 32, 89, 105, 151, 167. 
Primlcy, 150. 

Prince, 70, 103, 123, 138, 143, 151, 157, 16T. 
Prindle, 166. 

Proctor, 89, 111, 113, 141, 153, 166, 167. 
Prouse, 151. 
Prouseys, 138. 
Proute, 18, 35, 38, 66, 69, 83, 86, 87, 88, 99, 

100, 134, 137, 150, 160. 
Prowse, 102, 138. 
Puckle, 73. 
Puddington, 166. 

Puglis (Pugles), 35, 38, 69, 87, 100. 
I'ugsly, <>7. 

Pullen, 85, 134, 147, 148, 166. 
Pulman, 151 
Pnmree,167. 
Purdue, 106, 167. 
Purintoii, 147. 
Purmitt, 32. 
Pursley, 1(36. 
1'ut, 167. 
Pym, 140. 

Quincy, 76, 122, 142. 

Ragland, 144, 157. 

Randal, 76, 102, 117, 168. 

Randolph, 117. 138. 

Raincr, 141, 167. 

Rainsford (Ranfort), 26, 55, 76, 85, 92, 125, 
13o, 144,147, 148, 157,167. 

Rainsthrop, 101, i38, 151, 167. 

Raison, 167. 

Ra:;ger, 62. 

Rankin, 168. 

Rapier (Raper), 69, 122, 142, 157. 

Rashley, 135, 148. 

Ratlif, 110, 124. 

Ratt, 47,51. 

Ravenscroft, 72, 83, 107, 139, 152. 

Rawlings, 26, 29, 32, 54, 67, 69, 74, 80, 87, 97, 
98, 101, 117, 136, 137, 141, 150, 167. 

Rawson, 35, 39, 70, 124. 

Rayne, 141. 

Rea (Ray), 117, 141, 156, 167. 

Reason, 151. 

Record Commissioners, Ordinance estab- 
lishing, 1. 

Reed (Read), 26, 52, 85, 89, 97, 114, 137, 141, 

150, 167. 

Reynolds, 74, 122, 133, 143, 167. 

Rh'oades, 81. 

Rice, 59, 74, 122,142. 

Richards, 15, 25, 35, 39, 52, 61, 79, 85, 88, 93, 
112, 1 55, 137, 140, 147, 148, 151, 167. 

Richardson, 167. 

Ricraft, 100, 137. 

Rider, 47. 

Ridgeway, 138. 

Ridgill, 168. 

Right, 74. 

Rilee, 168. 

Risce, 167. 

Risford, 67. 

Rix (Rex, Rickes), 35, 39, 70, 104, 139, 152, 
Io7. 

River, Muddy, lo, 20, 21, 53, 59, 68, 76, 131, 
132, 148. 

Robb, 8'), 94, 137. 



Robbins, 81, 122, 143. 

Roberts, 31, 38, 39, 81, 85, 93, 111, 135, 140, 

147, 148, 153, lt,7. 
Robertson, 35, 147. 
Robes, 137, 148, 167. 
Robey, 73, 87, 99, 135, 150, 167. 
Robinson, 26, 66, 74, 85, 92, 94, 107, 122, 134, 

135, 137, 139, 142, 147, 148, 152, 167. 
Rocke, 65, 70, 103. 
Rogers, 52, 54, 55, 81, 88. 89, 107, 111, 115, 140 

141, 153, 154, 167, 168. 
Rolph, 29, 9i). 

Kolslone, 82, 113, 140, 154, 167. 
Rooks, 74. 
Rooles, 74. 
Rose, 26, 62. 
Ross, 47. 
Roe well, 139. 

Royall (Ryall),52, 54, 167. 
Row, 72, 83, 8.', 92. 
Rowlinson, 73, 88. 
Rowsc, 69, 87, 99, 137, 150, 167. 
Ro\ne, 116. 
Royse, 88, 111, 140. 
Ruck, 25, 73, 85, HI, 135, 148, 167, 168. 
Rugles, 35, 39, 57, 70, 72, 80, 83, 104, 107, 137, 

"139, 153. 
Rule, 148. 
Rumin, 46. 

Russell, 26, 87, 98, 117, 137, 142, 147, 150,167. 
Rust, 62. 

Sade, 71. 

Sad grove, 157. 

Baffin , 64,72,83,107. 

Saile (Sale), 73, 88, 111, 140, 153. 

Salic, 123. 

Salmon, 3S. 

Salsberry, 87, 133, 145, 147, 149, 108. 

Sailer, 2d, 69, 76, 87,97, 108, 126,137,144, 150, 

157, 168, 169. 
Sames, 71. 
Sampson, 69. 
Sanbarton, 141. 
Sand board, 45, 48. 
Sanders, 36, 38, 81, 123, 143, 156, 168. 
Sanderson, 62, 76, 125, 143, 144, 154, 157, 169. 
Sands (Sandys, Sandie), 52, 53, 54, 71, 105, 

138, 168. 

Sanford (Samford), 44, 46, 48. 54, 73. 
Sargent, 26, 67, 73, 74, 123, 142, 143, 156, 168. 
Sarson, 168. 
Savage. 15, 45, 52, 53, 54, 59, 63, 67, 71, 79, 80, 

82, 85, 8'.), 102, 106, 116, 133, 138, 139, 151, 

152, 168. 
Sawdy, 31. 
Saxon, 134, 149. 

Saxton, 36, 38, 63, 69, 75, 80, 85, 93, 99. 
Says, 124. 
Scaley, 147, 168. 
Scarlet, 26, 62, 85, 93, 136, 149. 
Scale, 26, t>9, 75, 87, 98, 136, 150, 168. 
Scoggan, 65. 
Scott, 36, 108, 152, 168. 
Scottow, 58, 64, 72, 80. 
Scute, 89. 
Sealy, 26, 31. 
Search (Sarch), 35, 38, 66, 69, 87, 96, 137, 

150. 

Searieant, 74. 
Scarle, 45, 48. 

Sears, 85, 92, 135, 147, 149, 157, 168. 
Scayer, 157. 
Sedgewick, 53, 147. 
Segar, 57. 
Selman, 161,168. 
Semison, 58. 
Senior, 132, 145. 
Sewall, 76, 79, 124, 144, 157, 169. 
Seward, 168. 
Shiibbut, r.3, 1R8. 
S''a-ldork, 168. 
Sha'.'er, 126, 141,157,169. 
Shannon, 138, 154, 16tf. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



181 



Shapplie, 72, 109. 

Sharpe, 56, 73, 74, 83, 102, 115, 124, 130, 138, 

141, 143, 145, 147, 153, 168. 
Sharwoocl, 45. 
Shath-, 76. 
Khaw, 18, 36, 38, 61, 69, 74, 76, 80, 87, 100, 124, 

127, 144, 151. 

Sheaff, 53, 55, 75, 83, 126, 144, 157, 169. 
Shcarloe, 123. 
Shedbcard, 168. 
Sheffeild,31. 

Shellstone, 83, 139, 152, 168. 
Shelton, 72, 108. 
Shephenrd,31, 71,169. 
Sheridan. 168. 
Shoring, 109. 
Sherlock, 108, 139. 
Sherlow, 169. 
Sherrin,153, 168. 
Sherry, 141. 
Shine, 168. 
Shippe, 89. 

Shippcn, 52, 54, 60,117, 142, 154. 
Shiprce (Shippery), 136, 137, 150, 168. 
Shiprin, 100. 

Shipscut, 54, 122, 143, 156, 168. 
Shoar, Iti8. 
Short, 85, 93, 135. 
Shortbridge, 149. 
Showry, 136. 
Shrimpton, 45, 47, 73, 88, 89, 111,118,133, 

140, 142, 14o, 153, 154, 168. 
Shurtleff, 15, 18. 
Shute (Shutt), 26, 85, 91,93, 94, 134, 135, 147, 

149, 168. 
Sidnam, 72. 
SidweH,46. 
Sigsworth, 72. 
Silly, 168. 

Silvester, 81, 121, 156, 168. 
Simmons (Symons), 69, 89, 104, 116, 141, 168. 
Simpkins, C4, 71, 104, 127, 138, 151, 168. 
Simpson, 74, 76, 123, 125, 142, 144, 145, 156, 157, 

168, 169. 
Skinner, 45, 48, 72, 73, 82, 87, 88, 97, 111, 140, 

168. 

Slacke, 121, 168. 
Sleg, 168. 
Small, 144, 169. 
Smith, 26, 3'2, 36, 39, 45, 47, 53, 54, 59, 61, 66, 

71, 73, 74, 76, 78, 81, 82, 83, 85, 88, 89, 92, 

94, 104, 107, 112, 114, 115, 118, 121, 123, 124, 

126, Io2, 134, 135, 136, 138, 139, 140, 141, 

142, 143, 144, 1-15, 147, 148, 149, 152, 153, 

1S4, 156, 157, 168, 169. 
Smithson, 168. 

Snell, 29, 69, 80, 87, 96, 138, 151, 168. 
Snelling, 29, 32, 99, 1S6, 147, 150, 168. 
Snow, 76, 78, 127, 144. 

Somes (Soomes), 36, 39, 71, 103, 138, 151, 168. 
Soper, lOti, 137, 169. 

Souter (Souther), 38, 76, 124, 134, 147, 168. 
Southward, 168. 
Sparks, 107. 
Sparry, 168. 
Spenser, 31, 74, 168. 
Spowell, 74. 
Sprague, 29. 

Spry, 38, 89, 114, 140, 153, 168. 
Squire, 36, 39, 69, 80, 126, 138, 151. 
Stacy, 47, 138. 

Stanberry, 39, 71, 102, 138, 168. 
Stanbridge, 29, 69, 87, 98, 137, 151. 
Standary, 36. 

Stapleford, 75, 123, 143, 156. 
Star (Starr), 26, 31, 69, 75, 100, 136, 143, 157, 

169. 

Stnrkey, 147, 168. 
Starling, 85, 135. 
Starting, So. 
Sttitson, 168. 
HU'bbine, 1-J3, 143. 
Btudman, 56, 57, 58, 65, 107, 128, 129, 145, 157, 

16U. 



Steel, 168. 
Stegg, 157. 
Stephens (Stevens), 26, 29, 31, 32, 45, 48, 55, 

56, 65, 69, 72, 75, 80, 87, 89, 92, 106, 110, 

116, 123, 135, 137, 139, 144, 147, 148, 150, 

152, 168. 
Sterling, 147. 
Stiff, 35, 39. 
Stillians, 137. 
Stilling-, 98. 

Stocker, 59, 69, 74, 81, 123, 131, 143, 145, 168. 
Stoddard, 36, 52, 54, 55, 81, 83, 89, 108, 109, 

116, 117, 139, 152, 154, 168. 
Stodder, 72, 83, 141, 142, 147. 
Stokes, 111. 

Stone, 26, 62, 69, 85, 94, 135, 147,149, 168. 
Stoner, 147, 168. 
Stoope, 121. 

Story, 64, 81, 143, 156, 168. 
Stoughton, 80, 169. 
Stover, 149, 168. 
Stow, 30. 
Straker, 143. 

Strange, 80, 83, 108, 139, 152. 
Stratton, 26, 36, 136, 168. 
Strieker, 121. 
Strid, 97. 
Studson, 147. 
Sugars, 137, 152, 168. 
Sumner (Somner), 26, 55, 69, 137, 150. 
Summers, 87, 96, 136, 168. 
Sunderland, 32, 39, 150,168. 
Button, 54, 74, 123, 143, 156, 168. 
Swasey, 135. 

Sweet (Sweett), 35, 38, 45, 66, 69, 82, 140. 
Sweeting, 48, 141. 
Swemstede, 36, 39. 
Swetman, 168. 
Swett, 88, 113,116,153, 168. 
Switc.her, 168. 
Syndall, 64. 71. 
Synderlin, 137. 

Tabot, 137. 

Talbee, 30. 

Talbutt (Tawbutt), 36, 38, 63, 103, 138. 

Talderby, 32. 

Tally, 55, 104, 138, 151, 169. 

Tanner, 7.i, 121, 142. 

Tappen, 53, 54, 55. 

Tapper, 135. 

Tarling, 72. 

Tarlton (Tarellton), 36, 33. 

Taunton, 140. 

Tay, 82, 88, 139, 140, 141, 169. 

Taylor, 38, 45, 53, 54, 64, 72, 83, 85, 88, 89, 

93, 107, 112, 136, 137, 139, 140, 149, 151, 

155, 169. 

Tedman, 144, 169. 
Temple, 75, 121, 142, 156, 169. 
Tenny, 169. 
Tetter, 141. 
Tewell, 95, 135. 
Thair, 169. 
Thatcher, 47, 72, 73, 80, 82, 88, 109, 112, 139, 

140, .53. 

Thaxter, 81, 90, 113, 140, 153, 169. 
Thayer, 75, 121, 144, 157. 
Thest, 144. 
Thirteen, 137. 
Thomas, 39, 48, 69, 75, 80, 87, 100, 102, 123, 

137, 143, 150, 169. 
Thomson, 102, 138, 140, 169. 
Thorn, 169. 

Thornberry, 87, 99, 137, 169. 
Thorning. 169. 
Thornton, 26. 31, 72, 85, 90, 94, 117, 134, 141, 

147, 149, 153, 169. 
Thrasher, 169. 

Threeneedles, 72, 80, 83, 106, 139, 152, 169. 
Thurton, 85, 92. 
Thwing, 45, 73, 82, 88, 105, 112, 120, 134, 139, 

141), 152, 169. 
Thyer, 81. 



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Thyte, 115. 

Tickner, 90, 116, 141. 

Tilge, 153. 

Till, 62. 

Tippet, 155,169. 

Tippin, 45. 

Tite, 53, 54, 90, 141, 155. 

Tomlines (Tornlyn), 71, 104. 

Tomson, 71, 73, 83, 88, 114. 

Tory (Torry), 75, 116, 129, 145, 157, 169. 

Tothill (Tuttle), 59, 63, 76. 

Tout, 26, 85, 137, 149, 153, 169. 

To wells. 30. 

Tower, 26, 69, 87, 137, 169. 

Towgos, 39. 

Towl, 135. 

Townsend (Townseinge), 36, 39, 53, 54, 59, 

62, 65, 66, 69, 75, 76, 79. 81, 85, 90, 103, 

116, 125, 131, 132, 134, 138, 141, 142, 143, 

145, 147, 151, 155, 157, 169. 
Toy, 45, 73, 88, 107, 111, 152, 15:<, 157. 
Traviss (Traues), 26, 36, 38, 69, 87, 95, 97, 

99, 1U6, 137, 143, 147, 150, 151, 169. 
Traworthy, 169. 
Tribbie, 73, 85, 108. 
Trott, 53, 81, 90, 115, 141, 155, 169. 
Troute, 75, 87, 95, 137. 
Trow, 69, 80, 87, 99, 137, 150, 169. 
Tucker, 30, 45, 72, 107, 169. 
Tuckerman, 90, 106, 116, 139, 141, 169. 
Tudraan, 124, 144, 157. 
Tuke, 30, 31. 
Turberfeild, 30. 
Turferv-,81,121,169. 
Turell (Turen, Turinge), 26, 31, 38,66, 67, 

69, 77, 79, 83, 86, 87. 88, 95, 96,^8, 103, 

134, 136, 138, 150, 151, 169. 
Tumour, 26, 53, 54, 69, 109, 137, 140, 152, 153, 

169. 

Tuttle, 63, 76, 114, 131, 140, 145, 169. 
Tyler, 104, 138, 169. 
Tyly (Tilley), 32, 75, 90, 112, 140, 169. 
Tyng, 43, 114. 

Underwood, 71, 96. 

Unett, 126. 

Upbarron, 76. 

Updyke, 31, 151,169. 

Upshall, 26. 

Urie, 36. 

Urintr ( Youringe) , 38. 

Uself (Yousell),71. 

Usher, 40, 47. 73, 76, 84, 126, 140, 154, 169. 

Ustice, 76, 132, 147. 

Vale, 169. 

Vane, 31. 

Varhee, 169. 

Vaugn, 119, 135,147,169. 

Veach, 107, 155, 169. 

Vearen (Vereng), 36, 39,71,105,137,147,149, 

151,156,169. 
Veazie, 72, 126, 144, 157. 
Verion, 144. 
Verney, 27, 141. 
Vickers (Vicary), 72, 83, 109, 140, 141, 152, 

154, 157, 169. 
Viall (Voyale), 26, 27, 62, 85, 93, 135, 147, 

149, 169. 

Wackcomb (Wackham), 87, 100, 138, 1 4 

170. 

Wade, 30. 

Wadsworth, 98, 136, 137, 149, 150, 170. 
Waggett, 125, 144. 
Waite, 40, 48, 62, 72, 80, 89, 90, 111, 118, 140, 

142, 157, 170. 
Wakefeild (Wallkfeild), 36, 38, 69, 80, 86, 87, 

92, 96, 136, 138, 150, 170. 
"Wally, 170. 
Waldo, 156, 170. 
Waldron. 30, 73. 
Wah-s, -32, 70, 127. 
Walesby, 73, 88,113,140,170. 



Walfeild, 36. 

Walker, 21, 27, 36, 39, 67, 71, 72, 73, 76, 80, 83, 

101, 102, 107, 108, 125, 126, 133, 139, 144, 

151, 152, 154, 157, 170. 
Walkye, 127. 
Walley, 36, 39, 71, 75, 103, 105, 137, 138, 

151, 1S6, 170. 

Wallia (Wallise), 73, 125, 144, 157, 170. 
W T alters, 63, 100, 135, 142, 156. 
Walworth, 130. 
Wandworth,87. 
Wanton, 123, 143, 156, 170. 
Warde, 36, 39, 152, 170. 
Warden, 32, 136. 
Wardle, 86, 91, 135. 
Wards, division in 1713, pp. 15-18. 
Wfirdff, division in 1715, pp. 18-19. 
Ware, 143, 155, 170. 
Wark, 80. 

Warner, 87, 100, 110, 136, 144. 
Warnes, 63. 
Warren, 27, 62, 69, 71, 73, 76, 80, 87, 97, 99, 

125, 136, 137, 144, 150, 157, 170. 
Warring, 36, 38. 
Waterhouse, 136, 152. 
Waters, 27, 37, 39, 71, 83, 85, 92, 125, 147, 149, 

170. 
Watkins, 40, 45, 48, 55, 60, 72, 83, 106, 110, 

l::4,139, 152, 170. 
Watson, 101, 136, 154, 170. 
Way (Wey), 27, 59, 63, 65, 69, 76, 87, 99, 

132, 136, 142, 145, 150, 170. 
Waycott, 40, 47. 
Wayer, 39, 145. 
Wear, 87, 121, 143. 
Weaver, 127. 
Webb, 27, 40, 47, 7?, 82, 88, 100, 114, 137, 140, 

150, 154, 156, 170. 
Webber, 105, 137. 
Webster, 72, 80, 83, 106, 108, 137, 139, 143, 

156, 170. 
Wceden (Weedon), 32, 37, 38, 59, 87,96, 100, 

1:33. 

Werks, 150,170. 
Welch, 86, 91, 134, 147, 149, 170. 
Welcome, 126, 1-14,157. 
Weldon, 32, 69. 
Wells, 69, 144. 
Welsted, 170. 

Wensiey (Winsley), 27, 67, 69, 97, 137, 170. 
Wenchcomb, 110. 
Wentwoi th, 154, 170. 
Werendunk (Wesendonk), 69, 81, 90, 117, 

118,141,170. 

West, 36, 55, 69, 80, 113, 144. 
Westoi, 31. 
Whately, 71. 

Wharton, 53, 54, 61, 75, 81, 143, 170. 
Whartway, 39. 
Wheatly, 63. 
Wheaton, 58. 
Wheeler, 61, 71, 75, 76, 123, 125, 142, 143,144, 

150,152,157,170. 
Whetter, 87, 136. 

Whitcomb, 53, 54, 61, 75, 119, 143, 156, 170. 
White, 27, 31, 3'2, 56, 58, 65, 76, 83, 86, 88, 90, 
' 91, 100, 113, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 134, 

135, 140, 144, 145, 147, 149, 157, 170. 
Whitebead, 30. 
Whitehorn, 170. 
Whitman, 86, 91, 135, 170. 
Whitmore, 3, 7, 9, 171. 
Whitredge, 87, 95, 136, 147,150. 
Whittaker, 150. 

Whitwell, 27, 36, 38, 63, 71, 104. 
Whytaway, 36, 39. 
Wiere, 76, 125, 143, 157, 170. 
Wilkey, 12,, 144. 
Wilkins, 32, 40, 47, 86, 91, 115, 135, 141, 147, 

155, 170. 
Wilkinson, 73. 
Willard, 118,170. 
Willcott, 75. 
Willct, 69, 8J, 87,97, 137, 160, 170. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



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Williams, 27, 30, 31, 36, 38. 39, 65. 69, 71, 72, 
7ti, 81, 85, 87, 90, 91, 92, 1'9, 100, 10'J, 114, 
13*, 136, 137, 138, 141, 142, 143, 147, 149, 
150, l.il, lr.5, 170. 

Willis, 40, 48, 58, 60, 67, 73, 75, 82, 83, 84, 86, 
88, 111, 119, 129, 134, 136, 140, 143, 154, 

156, 157, 170. 
Willmot, 72. 
Wills, 0,60. 

Willy, 82, 86, 88, 121, 142, 155. 

Wilson, 56, 58, 110, 134, 139, 147, 152, 170. 

Win, 90, 127. 

Wim-hester, 56, 57, 58, 128, 130, 145, 157, 170. 

Windsor (Winser), 64, 71, 102, 138, 151, 

170. 
Wing, 53, 54. 61, 72, 79, 83, 88, 105, 114, 138, 140, 

1.4. 

VVinnopp, 87, 97. 

Winsconib(Winchcomb), 75, 121, 143. 156,170. 
Winslow, 27, 32, 53, 54, 75, 87, 90, 118, 124, 

14;, l-'O, 156, 170. 
Winthrop, 59, 63, 69, 73, 76, 87, 97, 131, 134, 

136, 142, 145, 150, 157, 170. 
Wise, 72. 
Wiseman, 37, 39. 
Wiswall (Wissell), 40, 47, 65, 76, 132, 145, 

157, 170. 
Wodliu, 170. 



Wood, 134, 140, 170. 

Woodberry, 53, 54. 

Woodcock, 31. 

Woodes, 48. 

Woodmanct-y, 53, 54, 61, 73, 90, 114, 141,156. 

Woodnet, 55. 

Woodward (Woodworth), 56, 129, 130, 145. 

149, 157, 170. 

Woody, 31, 61, 64, 72, 81, 83, 108, 123, 143. 
Woolte(Wolve),53, 73. 
W oolfer, 66. 
Worcester, 53, 54. 
Worden, h7, 96, 123, 136, 143. 
Work' ouse, 78, 80, 81. 
Workman, 170. 
Worrell, t>8. 137, 150, 170. 
Worth, 109, 155,170. 
Worthen, lal. 

Worthylake, 86, 91, 133, 145. 147, 170". 
Wright, 61, 72, 74, 75, 76, 103, 121, 127, 137, 

143,155, 157. 
Wyborne,75, 121, 142, 154. 

Yale (Yeales),30, 69. 
Yorke, 103. 
Youringe (Uring), 38. 

Zeely, 31.