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A VOLUME 



EECOEDS 



RELATING TO THE 



EARLY HISTORY OF BOSTON, 



CONTAINING 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 




BOSTON: 

MUNICIPAL PRINTING OFFICE. 
1900. 



[DOCUMENT No. 100 1900.] 



CITY OF BOSTON. 



RECORDS RELATING TO THE EARLY HISTORY 
OF BOSTON. 

(FORMERLY CALLED RECORD COMMISSIONERS' REPORTS.) 

THIS volume,, which is the twenty-ninth in the series 
formerly issued under the direction of the Record Commis- 
sioners, contains Miscellaneous papers relating to the Great 
Fire of 1700, Lists of Freemen, Timber Building Book, 
1707-27, Port Arrivals, Immigrants, etc., and was the last 
volume compiled under the direction of the late William H. 
Whitmore, who served the City as Record Commissioner from 
1876 to the time of his death. 

EDWARD W. MCGLENEX, 

City Registrar. 



PREFACE. 



A FEW years ago, owing to some alteration in the office of 
the Fire Department, a number of presumably worthless 
papers were sent down to the furnaces to be destroyed. By 
some oversight, among them were many bundles of papers 
relating to the Great Fire in Boston in 1760. 

Fortunately these were noticed by two or three .of the em- 
ployees in the Old Court House, who very kindly called my 
attention to the fact. I am happy to add that I have every 
reason to believe that I rescued substantially the whole col- 
lection, which is here set out in print. By an equal stroke 
of good luck it happened that I obtained, by the kindness 
of John Ward Dean, Esq., the use of a beautiful manuscript, 
giving the list of losses as prepared by the Committee ap- 
pointed to disburse the liberal gifts made to aid the sufferers 
by the fire. It is from the comparison of these two lists that 
I speak so confidently as to the preservation of nearly all of 
the files of original claims. 

This manuscript Report of the Committee is in the library 
of the New England Historic Genealogical Societ} r , in a vol- 
ume described as follows : 

"Papers relating to Boston in New England," containing 
some eighteen manuscripts and one printed document, nearly 
all relating to the excise acts of 1754-5, bound in full calf, 
size 9 X 13, marked B s os 

2 

The papers giving the particular cases of loss now in the 
charge of this department have been bound up as one vol- 
ume of the town papers in scrapbooks uniform with eight 
others covering the period from 1637 to 1832. 

These papers will undoubtedly be highly valued by local 
antiquaries, as the most authentic and interesting picture of 
colonial life. The great fire struck both rich and poor, and 
both classes seemed impartially anxious to display the amount 
of their losses. As personal effects were destroyed and 
were to be the ground for compensation, we have herein an 
itemized account of the contents of Boston houses in 1760, 
such as even the tax-gatherers of the day could not com- 
mand. Heretofore we have copied from inventories in the 



iv CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

probate offices, but these facts were all independent, and as 
a rule lists were of the richer classes only. 

The following reference to the Great Fire of 1760 : 

W. H. W. 

HUTCHINSON'S HISTOKY. 

Vol. 3, p. 80. 

"A fire in Boston, the night after the 20th of March, ex- 
ceeded the great fire, as it had always been styled, in 1711. 
It began in Cornhill, at a house known by the name of the 
Brazen Head, south of the town-house. Three or four 
houses were burnt, and the progress of it seemed to be 
stopped, when a violent wind at northwest came on suddenly 
and it consumed in that direction, between Cornhill and the 
harbour, one hundred and fifty houses great and small. The 
newspapers made the damage amount to three hundred thou- 
sand pounds sterling. A brief from the governor supposed 
that at a moderate computation it amounted to at least one 
hundred thousand pounds. Others who had observed the in- 
creased value of the land upon which the houses stood, esti- 
mated the loss at not more than fifty thousand pounds, and 
judged, that, if the donations could have been equally dis- 
tributed no great loss would have been sustained." 



To the Honor ble the Comons of Great Britain, in Parliament 
assembled. 

The petition of Sarah Ayers, Fran . Ackley, &c. [naming all 
the sufferers] of Boston in the province of Massachusetts 
Bay. 
Most humbly sheweth, 

That on the 20 th of March last a most terrible fire, ex- 
ceeding any that ever before happened in the American 
colonies, broke out in the heart of the s d . town of Boston, at 
the hour of two in the morning, which, increased by the 
wind, blowing very strong from- the North West, and the 
flames of many wooden buildings, raged with irresistable 
violence, carrying all before it, and, stil widening in its 
progress, proceeded with such a rapid course to the water's 
edge, that the houses & other buildings, with the moveables 
of your petitioners, were in a very little time reduced to 
ashes, and some of your petitioners from affluent, & others 
from easy circumstances to great straits & indigence. 

That your petitioners with their families, amounting to a 
large number of persons, being received with the greatest 



PREFACE. v 

humanity by other inhabitants of the town, to whom for their 
preservation they fled in their sore distress, became burthen- 
some to them & the whole town, whose care kindness on 
this occasion have been exceeding great, but your petitioners, 
who when they were able chearfully bore part of the comon 
burthen, are sensible that the inhabitants in general, how- 
soever well enclined, are unable to bear any considerable ad- 
dition to the heavy load of taxes which for many years past 
has fallen upon them, far exceeding that of other colonists, 
in consequence of their greater exertion of themselves, in 
conjunction with the inhabitants of other parts of the prov- 
ince, to prevent French encroachments and prosecute the war 
against the comon enemy. 

That the chief part of such of your petitioners as were 
proprietors of the houses destroyed are unable to build 
others on their vacant lands, and if that be not effected, 
many of the distressed must of necessity soon seek their, 
bread & habitations elsewhere, and the metropolis of the 
colony, which was many years the chief strength of the Eng- 
lish interest on the continent of America, without being in 
the least burthensome to its mother country, will be left in 
a broken & declining state. 

That under the direction of the government of the prov- 
ince, & the special care of all the proper officers of the town, 
an exact & particular account of the loss sustained has been 
taken, and is ready to be laid before this Hon' )le . House, 
whereby it appears that the whole amounted to the sum of 
53334 : 5 : 5 Sterlg. 

That divers sums have been received for the benefit of 
your petitioners, amounting to the following sums in sterling 
money, viz 1 . By grant of the Gen 1 . Court of Massachusets 
province 2250. By collections in the several churches in 
Boston & other parts of the province 3916,,10,,5f . By 
grants of the colonies of New York, Pensilvania, Maryland, 
New Hampshire & Conecticut 3358 :0 :4^. By donations 
made in the province & elsewhere, including .3000 given 
by the merchants in London .3793,, .. ,, 11|. which amount- 
ing to .13317 : 11 : 9, being deducted from the value of the 
immediate losses sustained by your petitioners, reduces them 
to 40016 : 13 : 8 Sterling 

WHEREFORE your most humble petitioners, oppressed 
with so heavy a loss, together with the great losses & dis- 
advantages proceeding from their being so suddenly driven 
from their habitations & business, most humbly pray that 
this Honor ble . House will be pleased to take their calamitous 
case into their compassionate consideration, and grant them 
such relief as to the great wisdom & goodness of this Hon ble . 



vi CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

House shall seem proper, to assist their indeavors to support 
themselves and their numerous families, and to become again 
useful members of the commonwealth. 

And your petitioners, as in duty bound, shall ever pray &c.. 

JOHN THOMLINSON 
W. Bollan, in the name & 
behalf of the Petitioners. 

The hum: petit, of Sarah Ayers. Fra. Ackley and 437 other 
pers s . inhab ts . of Boston in New. Eng d . to the H. House of 
Comons. 

At a Town Meeting held in Boston on May 13, 1760, it 
was voted that "John Thomlinson and William Bollan of 
London, Esqrs., be and hereby are appointed agents for this 
town," etc. They presented the above petition to Parlia- 
ment, but no action was taken by that body. 

Other papers relating to the fire were found in the Boston 
Public Library, but too late to be made use of in this volume. 

Shortly before this volume was ready for the press, a curi- 
ous broadside, relative to the great fire of 1760, was fortu- 
nately discovered. It was printed in Boston at Fowle & 
Draper's, on Marlborough street, size 12 X 15, with a quaint 
engraving in the upper corner, 3X4; signed "A. J.," and it 
is possible that Andrew Johonnot may have been the author. 

Reproductions of the same appear in this volume. 

The Lists of Freemen were taken mostly from the " Records 
of the Governor and Company of Massachusetts Bay in New 
England," printed by order of the Legislature in 1853. 
Edited by the late Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, M.D. 

The copy has been compared with the original papers on 
file in the State Archives, by William S. Appleton, Esq.,, 
formerly one of the Record Commissioners of Boston, and 
through his courtesy we are enabled to print errors noted by 
him on page 332. 

The Lists of Freemen, taken from the County Court 
Records, 16711680, are printed for the first time. 

The Timber Building Book is in the custody of the City 
Clerk. 

The List of the Port Arrivals and Immigrants is part of a 
volume of records, and is also in possession of the City 
Clerk. 

All other items, unless specially mentioned, are in the 
custody of this department. 

EDWARD W. MCGLENEN. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 



ACCOUNTS OF LOSSES. 

I 

FROM ORIGINAL PAPERS IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY REGISTRAB. 

Losses sustained by the Fire of 1760 

To Viz'. s. d. 

Two Benchis 4 

Two pitt Frames 18 

one Grind ston Through & frame 140 

one Barrel Tarr 13 4 

Four Cord Ash Timber 500 

Two Tunn of Timber 2100 

Number of Chaise Felloes 2 13 4 

A N. of Chaise Spokes 18 
To an Old Chair Chaise & harness & 
Wheels & Carrage , 

To 1 new shay Carrage 114 

To a Wheel ' 12 

To Ruff Stuff 200 

Two Sash Glass Windows 18 

Two Old Chaise Harness 200 

To a Chest of Tools 10 

To a whip Saw & 2 hand saws . 300 

Four Small Saws 10 8 

Three wheel Stools 18 

Two Broad axis & 3 spoke shaves 130 

To 10 Plains 114 

To a Larth & Turning Tools 200 

Two drawing knives 060 

49 7 
deduct 20 PC'. 12 6 9 



400 



his Allowed. 37 

FRANCIS X ACKLEY. 
inarke 



s. d. 

1 p'. Striped Cotton for a Gown. new. cost 7 10 

1 p. Crimson Broad Cloth Cloke 8 10 

1 Velvet Hood 

2 Garlix aprons 3 10 

1 Muslin ditto 

2 Cambrick Handkerchiefs 4 10 
2 Cambrick Caps. 2 Holl d . Ditto 4 



2 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

2 p r . Womens Hose 2 15 

1 p r . Stone Buttons Sett in Silver 2 

1 Silver Bodkin 5 

1 White Cotton Pettycoat 1 10 

1 p r . Silk Mittens 1 

1 p r . ditto. Leather 10 



41 5 
allowed 5 10 
ELISABETH ALLCOCK 



One large warehouse at Olivers dock "] 
newly repalr'd with a new Shed adjoining ! f . ~~ 
rent of the whole 40 Lawful money j 
P Annum. 

Charlestown 4 th . June 1760. 
Allowed. JOHN ALFORD. 



Viz 4 . 

To 3 feather bed pillows &c. 150 

To 3 Under D. 15 . 

To 3 Pair of blanket & a Rugg 25 

To 8 Pair of Sheets & 2 pair of pillow cases 39 

To sundrys of table linning 15 

To Coats gowne &c &c &c 85 

To 3 sacking bottom bedsteeds 40 

To 2 Cord D. 10 

To a Chest of draws & table 58 

To 3 leather bottom chairs & 1 Roundabout 20 

To 6 maple Chairs and 1 large D. 15 

To 8 Kitchen D. 6 

To 2 Kitchen Tables 6 

To 2 Chests 12 

To 1 Trunk 3 

To a tea Chest and a large canister 710 

To a case and botles & sundry other D. 14 

To Sundry of Pewter & Dishes plaits &c. 40 

To Brass ^Kittles skillets &c 30 

To Iron Pots kittles &c. 31 

To Glass China &c 16 

To 4 Cord of wood 30 

To a steel plait saw and axe &c 15 

To 1 Barrel of Sugar 49 

To Butter 9 

To Flour meal &c. 19 

To pork and roots &c 62 

To 12 Barrels of Cyder 36 

To sund : ys of pickles 5 

To salt 8 ,. Knives & forks 11 

To hogs fatt Soap &c. 7 10 

To hogshead barrels &c 30 



MISCELLANEOUS PAVERS, 1760. 3 

s. d. 

To 1 large Bible and sundry other books 30 

To 2 Guns and accoutrements 35 

To 2 Swords 8 
Shop Accompt 
Viz'. 

1 Pair of Single Bellows's 66 

To 2 pair of Double D. 50 

To 3 anvils and sund : y tools tempering 28 10 

To 1 large scale beam & 1 small D. & ) 94 i o 
& repairing of weight Ib 4. 2q 18 132 lb leadweight j 

To sundry of edge tempering again 6 15 

To a large quantity small work wrought ) . QQ 
much Damag d : and some lost { 

To coal 1 Chaldron and a half 50 75 
To building of Forges & 1 large grindstone 

and compting room in shop 30 



old Tenor 1372 15 
JOHN ALLEN. allowed 183 08 

John Allen of Boston Cordwainer Informs that he had a House 
consisting of three Tenements burnt down in the great Fire in 
Boston the 20 th of March 1760, situate in Milk Street, which three 
Tenements were apprais'd by the Assessors of the Town of Boston 
who well knew the Same before they were burnt, at 240 Lawful 
Money which & is the Loss s d . Allen Sustain'd. 
Boston April 19, 1760. JOHN ALLEN. 

allowed 240 

s. d. 

1 2 : Doz" : Car boards 12 

1 New Chest & Loock 5 10 

1 Cutting knife 400 

1 Frow 250 

1 Drawing knife 1 10 

1 Long Joynter 150 

2 New Boxes 250 
1 Shingle brake 110 
1 Wooding Scrue & Vice 250 
To Shingle Stuff & Other wood ) A 1 n n 
To the Valuey of j 

1 New wood horse 110 



Old Tenor 38 10 
Tno 8 . ALLEN 
Allowed 528 

Rebecca Amory lost in the late Fire a house & Shop in Mack- 
rel Lane, the House occupied by M rs . Stamp rented for Eight 
pound p ann. $ the Shop occupied by M r . Graham rented for 
Two Pounds thirteen shillings & 4 d a year. 

Allowed 80 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 








s. 


d. 


Loss 5 Dollars & 3 pistereans 


1 


13 


8 


1 Bolster & 2 pillow 


2 








the Cloths of 3 Children 


2 


13 


4 


1 Woman's Gown 


2 


2 





1 Silver Tea Spoon 





1 


4 


3 pewter plates 





4 




3 Ditto Basons 1 a 3 pint & 2 of 2 Quart 





8 





1 Ditto dish 





4 


4 


2 porringers 





2 


4 


1 Iron pott 





4 





1 Iron Trammel! 





8 





1 p r . Shovel & Tong 





5 





4 Chairs 


1 


4 





3 p r . Sheets 


2 








his Wife's Linuen 


4 








1 Copper Saus pan 





3 





1 Tester Iron 





1 





1 Block Tin Tea pott 





3 


6 


1 pewter Quart pott 





2 


8 


1 Bed sted 1 D. not quit finished 


1 


11 


4 


1 Sea f ether Bed j Not her Own but Left 








1 p r . Small Blanketts J in herCare by a Man at Sea. 


2 Brass Candlestick 





12 





1 p r . Brass Scons .. 





6 


8 


Tubs Water pails & tin Ware 


1 2 






Wood & Coal 


I 






Lyin g : Linnen 


2 








1 Bever hatt & Box 


1 


16 





1 Looking Glass 





18 





2 Bushell Rye Meal 





8 





17 Bushell Indian D 





4 


8 


1 p r Men's New pumps 





8 





2 p rs . Stocking 





11 





1 Burnt China Bowl a pint & half 





6 


8 


1 Rlnr T"> , Onirt 





6 







5 Wine Glasses 





5 





3 Bakers 





4 





1 Glass Mugg 





2 





2 Glass Salts 





2 


8 




30 


3 


2 


deduct over charged in Sundry Articles 


1 


13 






allowed 28 10 

her 

MARY X APPLETON 
mark 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 






5 







s. 


d. 


A Warehouse in King Street, burnt down 1 








the old, and new part which was built 


533 


6 


8 


last Summer, valu'd at ) 








Goods lost by the Fire, and in Removing, ) 


i nn 






as p an Acco'. taken before and since j 


1 tJ\J 








683 


6 


8 


June 10 th 1760 deduct to Reducce the price ) 


233 


. _ 


8 


of the House the Assessors Valuation j 


AVv 




\J 


Errors excepted 


450 








Allowed 


150 








p APTHORP & GARDINER. 


Viz. 
To Four Sacking Bottom Bedsteads & Screws 


. 
40 


s. 



d. 




To A press & Bedstead with Sacking Bottom 


12 








To A Corded Bedstead 


3 





. 


To two Barrels of Soap 


15 








To A Large Chest & Lock 


4 


10 





To 4 Bushels Potatoes at 18/ 


3 


12 





To Wood, Barrels, Tubbs &c in the Celler 


12 








To A Spining Wheel 


2 








To four yards Garlix at 14/ 


2 


16 





To Wearing Apparral 


6 


15 





To 116 feet of Mahogony 3 Inch plank at 12/ 


69 


12 




To 5 Doz u . of Black Walnutt feet at 36/ 


9 








To 2 Benches 


10 








To A Pair of Bench Screws 


3 


10 





To three Marlbourough Chairs at 80/ 


12 








To Seaven Mahogony Chairs at 140/ 


49 








To Tools 


12 








To 40 Squares of Glass at 8/ 


16 








To 400 feet Black walnutt 2 Inch plank at 5/ 


100 








To Grindstone 


3 








To A flagg Bottom frame for A Chair 


1 


10 





old Ten r : 


387 


5 





deduct 


2 


17 







384 


8 





Allowed In Lawfull money 


is 51 


5 





ISAIAH AUDEBERT. 








Stove to Dry Hatts 




4 


s. 
13 


d. 
4 


Ketle and Hurly Glass window 


13 


6 


8 


Blocks and Sundry other Articles 


2 


6 


8 


Sundry repaiys for Carrying on y e . work 


10 










30 


6 


8 



SAM BATLEY AND COMPANY 
allowed 



6 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

10 Good Chairs, 2 Tables, a Brass Pott that wou'd contain 2 
Pales full, a Tea Kittle, Iron poll, Skillett, 1 p r . Brass 1 p r . Iron 
Candlesticks a Large pair Bellows 1 p r . Pillows 1 p r . Sheets & 
other Bed Cloaths a good bested & under Bed a Chest of wearing 
Apparell cont a . a very good Patch 1 p r . Stays & Jumps & other 
Apparell Linen & sundry other Articles necess- v . to house 
keeping Nothing sav'd but a Bed, the Glass part of a Looking 
Glass, some Bed Cloaths and a few other Trifles. 
The Loss at the Lowest Computation 100 O T 

her 

Witness THO S . JACKSON. KATHERINE X BAKER 

mark. 



. 


s. 


d. 


Allowed 13 


6 


8 


. 


8. 


d. 


viz'. 2 barrells Cyder at 5, Old Tenor 10 








1 D. Soape 8 








3 Bedsted at 10 30 








1 Large Saw & wooden horse 10 








1 Jack with a Brass Front, & a Coffee Mill 15 








a Copper Tea Kettle 5. 7 Chairs 10 15 








Sundry barrells & Washing Tubbs 5 








Severall hundred Weight Virginia Tobacco 100 








1 doz. Stone plates 2 p r . Shoes 5 


5 





a Frame for Chest draws & steps for D. 15 








6 Earthen Disheb at 4/6 d . 1 


7 





3 Milk pans 1 Tin D. & a Tin Lamp 2 


10 





2 Folding Board & a Clothes Horse & Bread Trough 15 








a Kitchin Table 1 Joint Stule & Box Knives & forks 7 


10 





an iron Kettle 30/ a Clothes Line 30/ 3 







1 Hard mettle Tea 'pott 30/ 1 Tin Dipper 2/6 d 1 


12 


6 


1 Tobacco Wheel Sciveting Board & Cutting Bench 10 








2 Large Pictures 5 5/. a Wigg 45/. 1 p r . Breeches 






60/. 10 


10 





20 1 Tallow at 2/ 2 








266 


14 


6 


50 1 Cutt Tobacco at 4/ 10 








276 


14 


6 


Two 56 1 Weights one 28 lb one 14 Ib & one T D. j J9 






a Number small Weights from 4 1 to one lb . j 






Old Tenor 288 


14 


6 


Lawful money 38 


9 


11 


Deduct from the above for over Charges 1 


12 






allow'd 36 17 11 
WILLIAM BAKER 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 7 

s. (1. 

to three hammers new handils 15 

to a large hand Saw 4 10 

to a tennent Saw 4 

to a long Cum pass Saw 126 

to 2 Small ones 110 

to a large Celection plain 3 

to a Smale D. 2 12 

to 4 rubbit plains at 13/ 2 12 

to 4 Oge plains at 15/ 3 

to 4 beed plains at 13/ 2 12 

to 5 filisters at 10/ 2 10 

to 4 quarter rounds at 10/ 2 

to a Sett of Sash tules 250 

to 4 Mortis Chisels at 6/ 140 

to 6 gaiges at 7/ 200 

to 4 Mallits at 6/ 140 

to one pair of groving plains 1 10 

to one Nosing plain 150 
to 2 doz ^ of pairing 

to 2 rasps at 5/ 10 

to 3 Squairs 3 

to one Spoke Shave 2 

to a drawing Nife 15 

to 3 p r . of Cumpases 15 

to \ doz of gimblets 15 

to two new plain Irons i) 

to two bivils at lo/ 1 10 

to 4 rules at 1 1/ 240 

to a plane 60/ to fluting tules 6(K 600 

to Six rounds at 13/ 3 18 

to 6 hollers at 13/ 3 18 

to Crucked tules 5 10 

to 2 fore plains 2 

to 6 Smoothing plains at 18/ 580 

to one long plain 2 

to 3 rub stones 1 15 

to 1 grin stone 25 

to a frame for the grinstone 2 5 

to/3 astoul plains at 30/ 410 

to a panil plain fraimd 3 

to Nails boads of Sundry Sorts 12 

to locks & bingis 10 

to a Iron ScHlit 1 5 

to two brass Mountid guns 22 

to Clear boards in my Shoop 75 
to plaining and Smothing of them 

Sum one Side Sum on both Sides 25 

to Sundrys of Small Stuff fitted 15 

to under linins fitted 7 

to freeses fittid 16 

to Oges and Moldins fitted 12 



8 CITY DOCUMENT Xo. 100. 

s. d. 

to Sundry peasis of boards & strips 10 

to 2 Sett of bosit Shelves round back 7 

to 1 Sett of Corner bosits & pillars 10 
to bulk head boards & featheredg boards fitted to putt 

up & Sundry 40 

to two Chists at 5 10 11 

to 4 boxis at 30/ 6 

to a binickil 4 

to my bench in the Shop 10 

to D. bench 8 

to D. bench 6 

to fixing of racks & shelves 3 

to boards and plank Stuck out Side my Shoop 18 



old tenner 415 18 
Allow'd this Ace 1 , to be 40 Law Money. 
DANIEL BALLARD. 



one ginter 25 8 / one for Plain 20 8 / 25 

one smoothing Plain 18 8 / 18 

one Beed Plain 18/ oge Plain 18 8 / 1 16 

one Rabit Plain 15 s / one filister 12/ 1 17 

to gouges 20 s / Pairing 18/ 1 18 

to Orgers 60/ three hamers 18 8 / 3 18 

one Drawing knife 1 10 1 10 

to one Square 20 8 / two hatchets 60/ 4 

to one molding Plain 30/ 1 10 

to one saw 7 10 7 10 

to one Rule 10 8 / Cumpersess 15 8 / 1 5 

to five gimblets 22/6 126 

a large new maid Chist 7 10 

to one gun 10 10 

to a Parsell of Clear Bords 25 

three Chilles at 10/ a Peace 1 10 



50 14 
deduct Over charge 10 



40 14 6 
DANIEL BALLARD. allowed 5 8 7 



I Beuj" Bangs of Harwich Have had Burnt in y e Late Fire of 
y e 20 th march in y e Sail Loft of M r . Isaac Wendell on Coll. Wen- 
dells Wharff the following sails of a schooner between 50 & 60 
Tons Viz : main & fore sails main & flying jibbs Two Topsails : 
some old sail & some Rigging: Worth at y e Lowest Computation 
as Judged by severall others : Forty Pounds Lawfull money. 

BENJ N BANGS 

allowd. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 9 

s. d. 

To Six foot of wodd 6 14 

To tow tramels 400 

To Six emty Cask and tub 400 

To forty five pound of Rossum 250 

To one of Lamb back 080 

To one Canvis hammuck 300 

To one of baken wad twenty five pound 400 

To one hoe and iron wegg 1 00 

To one Crascot 16 
To one Buchel of petatoes and three Skans of line 2 18 

To one Bras and one iron Candel Stick 1 10 

To three pals and one five gallon Cag 140 

To tow Larg earthon pots tow pichers and Bottels 

and Som Chancy 1 10 

To one Silver tea Spoone 120 

To one iron fender 15 

To one Bottol of Swet oil 090 

To one Bord potichon 206 

To one of Bad rals 100 

To Tow flat Back Chairs 400 

To one and working tols and Lotha 310 



old tenor 46 2 6 
Allowed SAMUEL BANGS. Lawful money 630 



s. d. 

1 Feather Bed & pillows 368 

1 Chest of Draws 168 

10 Black Split Back Chairs 3/4 1 13 4 

4 Comron d. 10 8 

1 P r . Sad Irons 8 

1 Brass Candlestick 3 4 

1 Cradle 6 8 

a pair Bellows 4 

Knives & forks 6 

1 Small Looking Glass 3 4 

a half Barrell 1 8 

1 hogshead 4/8 1 Tub 1/8 6 4 

2 Iron Bound Cask 6 
1 Porridge Pot & hooks 2 8 
1 Quiting Fraim 4 
4 Doz. Bottles 12 
1 Small Chest 2 
1 Bread Trough 2 8 
Tin ware 3 
Wood 6/. 1 Bottle Snuff 2/ 8 
1 Silver Tea Spoon 3 4 
Bed Lining 13 4 

1 doz. Glasses 12 

2 Corded Bedsteds 16 
Books 12 



. 

10 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

4 Glass Cans 8 8 

1 China Bowl 3 

2 . . . d. 44 
Tea pott Cups & Saucers 3 
2 Tea Boards 8 
4 Large Earthen Dishes 8 8 

1 Pewter Plate 1 4 
a Two Gallon Jug 4 

2 Stone Pitchers 3 4 
2 Large Straw Beds 16 
1 Tea kettle w'. 3 p lt . 10 8 

1 Frying pan 4 

2 P r . women s & 1 p r . Child's Stays 154 
Alle ray own & my Daughters & her ) A. tn ' A 
Children's Cloaths } 



Allowed. 23 7 
MARY BARDON. 



s. d. 

1 Bedstead Sacking Bottom 1 10 

1 pair Sheets 8 

2 Coarse Table Cloths 2 8 
6 Coarse Towells 2 8 
4 Childrens Shirts 8 
2 Women's Shifts 12 
1 Feather Pillow 1 4 
a House Lamp 1 4 
a pair Blew Broad Cloth Breeches 12 



Allowed 3 18 

MARY BARNES. 



s. d. 

To \vairing apriel 15 

To a beadstead and Curtins 10 

To one barile of Cyder 5 

To five Dusen of bottels 3 

To too tabels and Eight Chares 5 

To a Case of Draws 5 

To five Silver Tea Spoons 5 

To a Coffee pot Copper and mill 2 



old tenor 50 



allowed 6 13 
ZEPHANIAH BASSET 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPEKS, 1760. 11 

s. d. 

1 Thouesan of White Oke hh d . Staves 4 13 4 
5 hundred of Read Oke Ditto 168 

2 Thouesau White oke bb d . Ditto 4 16 
18 hundred of Read Oke bb d . Ditto 2 8 ' 

3 hundread of White oke hh d . heading 1 12 
18 hundread of b^ d . Ditto 3 16 
20 Dry hh d . at 6/ 60 

14 hh d . at 10/8 794 

35 White Oke bb d - at 3/4 516 

20 half bb d . at 3/ 30 

1 Thousand of Bords 2 

hh d . and bb d hoops at 30 

1 Tun of Chalk 1 12 

Tules 2 Sett of hh d . hoops at 24/. 1 ax at 12/. 1 

Sett of bb d . 20 



Allowed 49 9 

PAUL BAXTER. 



s. d. 

4000 of Clear Boards at 22V10' 90 Q 

500 of Inch and Quarter Stuff at 30*. 15 

100 feete of window Joyst at 60 8 / 300 

4 window frames and stuff at 60" 12 

2 Benches 2 draws and a plow Board 11 5 

2 Chests 10 

8 Creese plaines at 10 400 

192 Lites of sashes at 2/6 9 16 

one Stock and Bit 1 10 

one paire of holers and Rounds 110 



158 1 
Allowed JAMES BAYLEY Lawfull money 21 1 5 



s. d. 

To Pork 30 

Almost a Pipe of Sider & 3 Bushels of Salt 12 18 
Half a Barrel of Molasses & almost Barrel Flour 19 10 

9 Bushels of Indian Corn 13 10 

4 Pair of Shoes & 2 Canisters 11 5 
2 Pewter Dishes & 8 Pewter Plates 10 

1 Warming Pan 400 

2 Porringer's & 1 Bason 100 

1 Large Tunnel & 2 small Ditto 110 

2 Sider Barrels & 1 Half Barrel 312 6 
2 Pipes & 1 Hogshead 600 
1 Looking Glass & 6 Glass Bottles 1 15 
9 Barrels & 2 large Boxes 414 
1 Seal Skin Trunk 

5 Cane Chairs & 4 handsome Flag Bottom Ditto 18 



12 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

1 Close Stool & 2 Pans 800 

3 Brass Skellets & Frames 611 

1 Clock & 1 Jack 31 

2 Brass Candlesticks 200 
2 Bowls, 1 Stone Jugg, 1 Stone Pot 210 
6 Muggs & 2 Porringers 110 
2 Sacking Bottom Bedsteds 16 

1 Pair Scales & Weights 10 Q 

2 Iron Pots 250 
1 Bell-metal Pot 326 
6 Knives & 6 Forks 110 
1 Driping Pan 100 
1 Foot Curtain & 2 Head Ditto 500 
1 Bail Pot Hook 080 

4 Tin Pots 120 
1 Pair of Silk Hose & 4 worsted & yarn ditto 400 

1 Silver Spoon 300 

2 Pair Bellows 200 

2 Brass Skimmers & 1 Brass Ladle 2 15 
1 Pair of Brass Scales & Weights 1 10 
1 Tea-Kittle 1 18 
two hun d . Wt. Lignum Vite 400 
1 Cord of Wood 7 10 
To Boards and Plank 900 
1 Hand Saw of the best sort 5 10 
The mending of a Desk damaged by the Fire 410 
The Top of a Chest of Draws 13 10 

3 Tables 600 
1 Sword and 2 Hangers 600 
1 Good Spade 300 
A Low Chest of Draws 300 
1 Powdering Tub 250 
1 Wig almost new 900 
1 Bedstead & Cord 200 
1 Lanthern 1 10 
One 1000 of Shingles 4 10 
A Halt and Wig-Box both 16 

O Tenor 327 19 _ 

Lawful 43 14 6 

Real Estate Valu'd 466 13 4 



JAMES BEIGHTON. allowed. 510 



An account of my house and land Situate in Boston worth two 
hundred & fifty four pounds Lawfull money the land bounded on 
m r Borland to the Southward that was called y e blew Anchor & 
north east and west on land of the marshalls formerly, which 
measured forty feet one way and twenty four feet 4 Inches y e 
other the Dwelling house on it measured twent}' four feet 4 Inches 
one way & Eighteen feet the other in good Repair. 

MARTHA BENTLEY 
120 Land Allowed. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 13 

s. d. 

One Red 30 

One Ovel Table 800 

One Brass'Cittle 10 

One Scilit 100 

And Other Small Artickels 300 



52 

Allowed 6 18 8 
ELIZABETH BICKMORE. 



s. d. 

1 Brass Kettle about 4 pails 600 

1 Brass Kettle pot of 2 pail 800 

1 Ditto 1 pail 400 

1 bell mettle skillet 300 

1 Drippin pan 10/ 1 Beatle & wedges 25/ 1 15 

1 Iron box & heaters 50/ 1 brass hand bason 20/ 3 10 

1 Quart copper pot 22/6 1 Iron Dish Kettle 22/6 250 

2 p r brass bald Iron Candlesticks 15 
1 Cross Cut saw steel plate 500 
6 pewter dishes several sorts 710 
1 Doz. Large hard mettle plates 600 
1 brass Frying pan 4 10 
1 Sacking bottom bed stead 12 
6 chairs 6001 close Horse 30/ 7 10 
1 pillow & case 45/. 1 Iron skillet 2 Quarts 12/ 2170 
4 Cotton & Linin sheets 80/ 1 Doz. pictures glass 45/ 650 
1 Case of Draws & Table 12 
8 case glass bottles 40/ 3 Doz. bottles 45/ 450 
1 brass skillet & frame 2 Quarts 200 

1 Sauce pan 1 Quart 30/ 1 Iron chafflndish 30/ 300 
6 Delph plates & 1 Dish 200 

2 p r New shoes 500 
1 p r Blankets 3 10 



old Tenor 112 12 
INCREASE BLAKE. Allowed Lawful mone-is 15 3 



viz*. To 3 Pewter Dishes 12 

To 2 p r . Candlesticks, 1 p r . Iron 1/4 & 1 p r . Steel 6/ 74 

To 1 Barrel of Soap 140 

To J Barrel Beef 18 8 

To 1 Broad Cloath Coat & waistcoat 200 

To 50 lb Tallow 100 

To 3 Cags of Pickles Contain*. 10 Gal 9 . 1 16 

To 4 Empty Cyder Barrels 10 8 

To 1 Bread Trough 1 8 

To I Beaver Hatt, new 1 16 

To 1 Suit Green China Curtains &c. 2 

To 1 Pine Cupboard 4 



14 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

To 1 Sheet, half wore 2 8 

To 2 Camblet Riding hoods 2 

To Glazers Tools left with M r . Peck Value 13 6 8 

To Glass 13 6 8 

To 4 Straw Bottom Chairs 24/ 1 loaf Sugar 6/ 1 10 

To Children's linnen 26/8. 1 Sword & Guns 32/. 2 18 8 

To 1 pair Shooes & Clog 12 

To 1 Trunk 8/ Chest 5/4 13 4 

To 1 Sack 8 Bottom Bedstead 1 Cord D. 4/ 1 16 

To 1 White Table 6/ 1 Tea Kettle 12/ 18 

To 1 p r . Shovell 1 Tong 6/ 1 Tea Board 4/ 10 

To 1 Skimmer & ladle, 1 Iron Skillet 6 

To 1 Warming pan 12/. 6 patte pans 3/ 15 

To 1 Frying pan 4/8 one Dripping pan 4/8 9 4 

To 6 Knives & forks 6/ 1 Iron*?. Box 8/ 14 

To 1 Stove, 6/ 1 Stand 2/ 1 pine Desk 6/ 14 

To 1 Box fat 16/ 1 p r . Bellows 4/ I 

To 1 doz. Pictures 5/4 1 Toaster 2/ 74 

To Sundries 12 

allowed 

Lawful 55 2 
REBECK AH BLAKE. 



s. d. 

an almost New Case of Draws 60 

1 Book Case 60 

2 Large Black Walnutt Tables 25 

1 Small Ditto 7 
a Japan'd Tea Table 10 
a Large Copper Boiling pott 13 10 

2 Iron Ditto 4 10 

1 Dozen of Chairs 15 
a Large Brass Kettle 12 
a Small Ditto 3 
a Taffety Gound 10 
a Large Quantity of Charlestown Earthen Ware 10 
15 of Second Cordage at 7 10 112 
10 New Musquetts 90 

some old sails & Canvis 30 

To Meat Jack 5 

a Barrell Pork 22 10 

2 Bread in a Chist 15 
2 very large looking Glass 60 
the cushion of Green Hainteen Easy Chair 5 

569 10 

A Number of Bonds, Notes Land Receipts 
Deeds Accounts and a Sett of Books of a 
Number of Years Trading with other 
papers the damage impossible at present 
to be Accounted for 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 15 

Sails in M r . Palfrey's sail Loft Valued by him Viz'. 

s. d. 

2 Courses belonging to a Large Ship 300 

a Sloops Mainsail - - 30 ) Part the property of 
a Man a Warrs Topesail 50 } Cap 1 . Augh McClain 80 



old Tenor 949 10 
JAMES BOIES. Allowed 90 L m y 



s. d. 

3 Horses 220 

A Cart and sett of Tackling for 3 Horses 150 

30 of Hay 27 

A large Looking Glass 30 

A large Brass Kittle 15 

An Iron Kittle 15 

3 Barrells Syder 13 10 

2 Mourning Rings 16 

1 Plain Ditto 4 

2 Bedsteads 10 
1 Pair Sheets 5 

1 Sute of Curtains 20 

An Iron Pott 1 5 

A pair of And Irons 5 

A grid Iron 1 

half a Barrell Soap 3 15 

A Copper Stew pan 4 

2 Pillows & Pillow Cases 2 

2 Brass Candlesticks 2 10 

2 Iron Ditto 18 

A Warming Pan 5 

A New Beaver Hatt 13 10 

Some Wemons Apperal 5 



old Tenor 555 13 
Allowed. L 1 . M y 74 1 8 

JOHN BOIES 

Account of Pork Lost by Francis Borland in the Great Fire of 
y e 20^ March Last. 

90 Barrells Pork at 3. 270 

FRAN". BORLAND. Allowed. 



s. 

Cash about 300 

a Main Sail, Jibb & new Canvis 100 

a Cable & part of an old Main Sail 100 

5 Cords wood 40 

2 Iron Bound Casks 16 

8 Bushell Peas 24 

Pork, Beef & Sauce 50 

1 J bl white Suar 30 



16 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 








s. 


a. 


3 Bedsteds 


18 








Sundry Carpenters Tools 


30 








Household Furniture 


100 








100 Cheese 


15 








17 Coffee 7. Pendant & Compass 11.5/ 


18 


5 





3 doz. Wine 


27 








ChTea 


18 








5 Wheel barrows 


15 








Tenor 


901 


5 





L Money 


120 


3 


4 


deduct 10 p C l . 


12 


3 


4 


allow'd 


108 








PETER 


BOURN. 






To Bl. Pork & | Bl. Soap 


16 


7 


6 


9 Empty Bis. Roots Syder &c. 


9 


15 





To Wood Pickles &c. 


3 








2 Doz. Plates i Doz. Dishes ) 








r 

Basons Porrengers Spoones j 


31 






1 Brass Kettle & 2 Skillets 


10 








1 Iron g Box Large frying pan Candlesticks 


4 


16 





1J Doz. Knifes & forks 


3 


10 





1 Tin Kitching Covers & Sund y . Tinware 


5 


15 





Trammel fire Shovel & Tongs } 
1 Pr And Irons Brass tops } 


9 








2 Coats & Jacket Hatt wig, Shoes & Boots 


49 








Bed & Bedsted 


30 








a Chest 3 Pettecoats two P Sheets ) 


CO 






4 P Pillowsbears 8 Gowns & 10 P Hose j 


Oo 






Shirts Sun ys & Caps &c. 


18 








a Trunk Books 30 a Case Bottles ) 
& Sund y . Q l . Bottles j 


39 


15 





Ghana Delph Stone Glass ) 


19 


4 




& Earthen Ware ) 


-L \J 


^X 




a Table Trough Sugar & Sund ys . 


10 










317 


2 


6 


Allowed 


42 


5 


8 


JOSHUA BOWLES. 








Two two masts Boats masts oar & Cables 



130 


s. 



d. 


A large two mast boat damaged & mainsail burnt 100 







Three Carved heads one six foot & half long two 


six 






foot 


60 







Four working benches 


10 







Two wooden Viers 


9 







Two Saws Cross cut & hand Saw 


8 







Two Axes & Carveiug tools 


15 








MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 17 

s. d. 

Half barril Turpinthine part of barril tar 5 

A Coil of new riging & other riging for our boats 20 

Six bushils of Salt 6 10 

Two Small Arras 11 

Three barrils flower 27 10 

Three Sash windows 60 Squars 21 

ATacle fall '4 10 

Fifteen Cod & Maceril lines lead & hooks one without 17 10 

Two pendants & a Jack 11 5 

One arning for the boat 10 

Two Speet Sails & old Sail Cloath 4 10 

A new Straw bed & a blanket 6 

Carveing timber two Chests & other Small things 12 



Old Tenor 490 15 
Allowed 65 8 8 

BOWLES & LUCKIS. 



s. d. 
The Coach House 

& Tenement 66 13 4 real 

2 tunns hay 400 

Chariot 40 



Allowed 4 
W. BRATTLE 



This may certify that I the Subscriber Lost by the Late 
Great Fire in Boston March 20 th 1760 Two Hundred gall & 
one half Molasses at 2/8 p gall . Amounts to Twenty Six pounds 
fourteen Shillings & Eight pence Lawful money as Witness my 
hand it being in the Still house Improved by M r . Isaac Peirce 
near the South Battery. 

JOHN BRECK. 

26. 14 ,,8 L M allowed. 

i 

This may Certify that I the Subscriber Lost March 20. 1760 by 
the Late Great fire in Boston Two hundred & thirteen Gallons 
Molasses in the Still House Improved by Isaac Peirce near the 
South Battery at 2/8 p gall Amounts to Twenty Eight pounds 
Eight Shillings Lawful money as Witness my hand. 

ROBERT BRECK. 
Allowed 28 8 



s. d. 

1 Feather Bed & bolster cont a 830 lb Feathers at 9/ 36 

2 Blankets 9 2 Curtain Rods 40/ 11 
1 p r And Irons 4 ,, 10/ 1 p r . flat Irons 60/ 710 

1 frying Pan 40/ 1 Grid : Iron 30/ 3 10 

1 p r . Bellow 457 2 bbls Pork 45 47 5 

2 Cord Wood 18 2 Kegs Pickles 10 28 



18 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

1 Coil Cordage about 80 lb at 4/ 16 

2 Chairs very good 4 10 
10 lb Candles at 5/ 2 10 

old Tenor 156 5 

20 16 8 

deduct 16 8 

her allowed. 20 

PRECILLA X BRIGFORD. 
mark 

2 very good Bedsteads 18 

1 doz. Chairs 12 

1 good White Table 126 

1 Hair Trunk 2 10 

1 Bed with 20 Ibs. Feathers at IB/ 13 

2 Iron Pots 3 
1 Chaffing Dish 126 

1 Spitt 1 

2 Sett Curtain Rods 6 
5 doz. Bottles 5 
1 Case & Bottles 6 15 
1 Bottle would hold 2 gall 1 2 6 

1 Folding Board & Horse for Cloaths, washing ) K 

Tubs and Barrells ) 

3 Sheets very good 9 

2 Silver Tea Spoons 2 
Wine Glass with Sundry Glass ware &c. 3 10 

90 2 6 
s. d. 

J of Real Estate of Dinely Wing 65 

12 4 

allowed. 77 4 
ANN BRIGGS 

s. d. 

to 1 Bead 20 

to 2 Bead Steads 19 

to 7 Chairs 45 

to a Bench and tolles 30 

to 1 tea kittell 500 

to 5 tea spones 6 12 6 

to wood 400 

to a Pair of Bellos 200 

to Inden meall 250 

to a Pair of golo Shous 1 15 

to Caskes 250 

To Sope 3 

is in old tenor 139 17 6 
Lawfull Money 18 13 

Allowed 
RICHARD BRIGHT 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 19 

s. d. 

Windows brock to peces 280 

tow Chaise brock & one Carridge & Runner 300 

Lost one gun & tow Saws & Sund r . Chisels 116 

Lost one Wheel one Chaise, Saddle 110 

Lost 4 Brasis & a head & raines 12 



the Real Estate Allowed 960 

Lost was the Property Law. Money 
of Eliak Hutchinson Esq r . W M . BRIGHT. 

Old Ten r . 

A Saddle 5 

A Quardrant 2 

2 New Damask Napkins 3 

and some coarse Towels 2 10 

A Negro Man's Coat 5 

1 Doz. Bottles West India Rum 8 10 

1 Bottle of Geneva 13 

1 Brass Sadie 10 
4 Bottles of Snuff 3 
A Black Silk Hat 1 

2 Good Hoop Petticoats 10 
A Black Bonnet 1 

2 Pair of Stays 7 10 
A Bread Trough 2 
An Iron Crow 25 
A Lignum Vita Rolling Pin . 10 
A Wheel Barrow 2 
4 Irish Holland Aprons 10 

3 Large Bottles, One Holding 6 Quarts ) 110 
and one Three and one two j 



57 18 
DOROTHY BROWNE Allowed 



s. d. 

200 yds old Canvis at 6 584 

40 Ib Rope 8} 184 

10 yds Russia 2| 113 

12 yds. Tickling 1/1 13 

Line & Twine 12 

3 Benches, 2 Stows, 17 

3 Candlesticks, & other Tools 16 



allowed 10 15 11 

J N0 . BULFINCH. 



s. d. 

a new pear of Stase 10 

a Clorth riden whod 15 

lining 10 



20 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

quiled cott 4 

a goun 5 

3 paer of shoes 3 

4 paer of Shous 6 
4 inery stick pans 3 



56 
allowed 794 
MARTHA BULKELEY. 



s. d. 

1 Desk, Mehogany at M r . Salisbury s 6 13 4 

Bedsteds, Tramels &. in value 2 13 4 



968 
Loss about one deduct overcharged 7 10 



half of his Goods. Lawful money 1 16 8 

his 

PATRICK B P BURK 
Allowed Mark 



s. d. 

Six Saws Stele Plate White Make 3 14 

two Joyning Joynters and two Plows 1 

To two Cornish Plains and 2 Ballashions 1 

To Oges and Beads Plains and Quarter ronds 1 

To Hols and Rounds Sundry Sises 1 

To Sash toules 8 

To Chisell and Gouges and 18 

To Mortising Chisell and Sundrys 16 

To two Oak and tree 42 

To Moldens and Fitted Stuf in the Shop 3 

To a Large Toule Chest with Lock and Hinges 1 

To Rouf Stuf By the Shorp 2 

To a Binicle and a Hencoope 1 



Allowed. Lawfull Money 21 11 

JOHN BULFINCH 



old Ten r . 
s. d. 

To A Barn and 11 hundred of hay 90 

To a p r . of Runer 8 . & p r of Whels 30 

To A Sha. BrideU & hor 8 Bridell 600 

To three Bushells of Corn & 2 Spad". 600 

To A hot Bed fram & Glas Casments 12 

To one Barrell of poark 24 

To one Barell of Bef & haf 36 

To three quarters of Barell Moten 18 

To three quarters of Barell of flower 10 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 21 

s. d. 

To three Barrells & haf of Sope 31 

To tew gorn Bound Terces 500 

To 3 gorn Bound hock sets 18 

To 4 gorn Bound Barells 900 

To 9 Barels 3 haf D. 3 Larg Cag 8 . 13 

To 3 Tubs & 4 Pales 400 

To 3 Cord of Wood & 3 Doller 3 . Worth of Col 30 

To 3 Bedsteds & 2 Beds 32 

To 30 Wate of father 8 . 10 

To 7 Dresed Sil Skens 14 

To 6 Chair 8 . & 2 tabels 16 

To A Poteshon I put in & my Shop board ) on n n 

& touels } 

To a Ston Reng 19 

To 60 Wate of Whal Boon 150 

To 10 yards of Callemencko 600 

To 6 quart tee Retell 6 15 

To one Coper frying Pan one gorn D. 4 10 

To one Ten Canes Ter hold 8 . A Barell 4 10 

To 2 gorn Pots & one Skelet 200 

To one galon Saspan Coper 400 

To one Doz n . of Nifs & forks 200 

To 50 Wate of tried Gres 500 

To Pewter : Earthing & Ston Waer 18 

To 3 Large & A Whel Barrow 14 



660 05 

Allowed 88 
DATED BTJRNET. 



s. d. 

1000 feet of boards for fences 200 

22 Ceader posts at 194 

hewing and Setting Ditto 15 

6 Squares of feather Edg'd fence 18 

21 foot of Oak timber for Gate posts 070 

Making Grate Gates and hanging 068 



5 16 
JER. & W M . CALEP 



s. d. 

Loss of a Store house Barne Mill House & Fence 
Exclusive of Black Smith bill Mason bill, damag d . 
the Pump & c 177 6 8 

M r . Fairefield Computes the loss at 240 to that the 
Ace', is delivered is less than M r . Fairefields Com- 
putation by 62 13 4 



L Money 240 
JOSEPH CALEF Ju. 



22 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

To half Thousand Clapboards 1 10 8 

To 452 feet Board for Count 8 . Room 1 14 11 

To 2 lb & Deck Nails 024 

To 1 hundred 10 d . Nails Oil 

To hund d . 20 d Ditto 9 

To | lb Deck Nails 4 

To 34 Lights Sash & Stuff at 4/ 18 2 

To 30 Yards Plain Petition at I/ 1100 

To Casing one "Window 020 

To Casing 12 feet Timber 030 

To putt g . up Shelf 020 

To Carting Stuff 10/ 014 

To a flap & Sundrys & Shed 1 & D 9 . Work 080 

To 435 feet Board a Sund"- 019 2 

To 20 feet Joyst 014 

To Carting 1 Load 020 

To 3 Bundles shingles at 3/4 10 

To 2 hundred Nails 020 

To 18 feet Joyst at 6 d 01 2 

To Laying floor in Petition & Stable 060 



JOSEPH & WINTER CALEF 895 

with 
ONESIPH S . TILESTON. 

. s. d 

to a new saw valued at 10 

to wood 8 

to a sauce pan 10 v 

to a pair goloshoes 015 I 

to several 10 

to a frock 10 G 

to a pair of hetei-s 10 

20 15 

allowed 2 15 4 
MARTHA CASSWELL. 



s. d. 

62 Boxes Lemmons 54/ Box 167 8 

1 Cask Wine 6 

Pork in my cellar 20 

Olives 4 

Beef 3 

Potatoes 10 Bush' 8 . 1 4 

4 bbls. Soap at 18/ 3 12 

1 Bbl. flour 2 

Sundrys as Household furniture &c. 26 13 4 

Cash lost 26 13 4 

264 16 

his deduct 64 16 
MICHEL M CASSELL 

mark. allowed 200 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 23 





old 


Ten 


r 







s. 


d. 


1 Large Looking Glass 


20 








1 Small D. 


4 


10 





1 Case of Draws 


16 


10 





1 Suit Curtins 


7 


15 





2 p r . Blankitts 


9 








1 Quilt 


5 


5 





2 Sacking Bottom Bedsteads 


18 








1 p r Large Brass Scailes 


7 


10 





A Number of Valuable Books 


10 


10 





A Barrell feathers about 20 wt . at 10/ 


10 








2 Doz. of Towells 


6 








1 Blew Rugg 


4 


10 





3 yd " fine Cambricke 


6 


15 





1 Gound 


6 


15 





2 p r worsted hose 


2 








6 Barrells of Cyder 


13 


10 





1 Doz of 10 Gall Caggs 


6 








About 100 wt of good Pork 


12 


10 





2 Doz. of Stone Juggs 


3 








3 p rs . of Sheats 


15 








A percells of Apothecary Druggs 


100 








A Quantity of Delph Waire in the Shop 


20 








A p r . gold Bottons 


5 








About Cheese 


3 


15 





allowed old Ten r . 


228 


15 





LMc/. 


30 


4 


8 


MRS. SARAH CHECKLEY. 










- 240 










Desk Counters &c. 


20 








Sugar a Quantity of Canvis &c 


20 








Sundry in the Garret & Lower Rooms 


20 










300 








Lawful Money. deduct 50 








Allowed. 


250 








BART W . CHEEVER. 








Viz'. 


. 


s. 


d. 


Nine Doz n . English soles at 10 p Doz n . 


90 








15 p r . men's double Channel pumps at 70/ 


52 


10 





10 p rs . Ditto Turned pumps at 60/ 


30 








1 Doz n . mens lasts Englis & New at 10/ p r . p r . 


6 








4 Doz n . D. New England make old at 4/6 


10 


16 





2 Bedsteads 


10 








1 Tea kettle 50/ 1 p r . flat Irons 35/ 


4 


5 





1 Scarlet Short Cloak 


4 


10 






24 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

2 Iron Kettles 200 

\ Barrell soap 300 

2 Gallons Sweet Oyle & Bottles 600 

2 Large hams of bacon 500 

an Axe 2 hatchetts a beetle & Tongs 350 

2 Bibles & a Number of Other Books 800 
China Earthen & Stone ware 500 
Tin ware & some Other Kitchen furniture 400 

3 shoe makers seats Hammers & Other ) 
Shoemakers Tools j 



254, 6 

2 Corner Cupboards 700 

2 Chairs 150 

a Large Pewter Dish & other pewter 1 10 



264 1 

2 Cord wood 12 

2 Water Cask 1 Iron Bound 3 Barrells ) 
& 3 half Barrells & 5 Washing Tubbs } 



282 11 
53/ 5/2 L.M to be deducted from this Acco'. 

Allowed 37 13 
ELEANOR CLAEY. 



To Viz'. To Five saws 10 

2 doz | To Sundrey Plains 12 

1 doz % To Sundrey Chessels & Goughes ) 
& Sundrey Other small Tools } 



Old Tenor 34 

ROB T . CLARK. 4 10 8 

viz one Bever hatt New 12 10 

one Wig Box 10 

one pair of English Shoes 25 

a good Broad ax 50 

one Narrow Ditto 2 10 

one Small Ditto 10 

a Large hand Spett 1 15 

3 fish g Lead Lines & hooks 20 

6 feet of Wood 60 

a New Sacks. Bottom 60 

a good under Bead 20 

one pair of Sheets 50 

Sund y Beads and Bead*. damag d . 2 

one Spining Wheel & Ceards 28 

a Smal quant y of flax 2 10 

one gallon of oyle 18 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 25 



4 Jars 

one New Lamp 

one Doz n of Bottels 

one Chafing Dish 

4 pickel potte 

a Barrel 

10 pound of at 2/ 

a good Beer Barral 

one Iron pott 

one Iron Kittle 

one Seve 

Pail & Broom 

one Earth g . tub 

a Larg Ston Sugar Pott 




Old tener 69 15 
allowed. Law Money 9 6 Q 

THANKFULL Cox 



s. d. 

1 doz". Men's Hose 27 

1 doz n . Boy's ditto 16 16 

1 doz n .Bottles Snuff 4 10/ & 1 doz n . Pins 4 10/ 9 
1 doz n . Hankerchiefs 10 101 Kitchen Jack 

15 25 10 
1 Iron skillet 15/1 Brass skillet 45/ 1 Iron Pott 

25/ 4 5 

1 Bedstead 50/- doz n . Tape 40/- l lb Thread 33/ 63 

Silk 3 Ribbonds & Ferrets 4. 7 



old Tenor 95 14 

allowed Lawful money 12 15 2 

MARY COFFIN 



a Count of what I Lost in the line of Bots and tules and Stuf as 
nere as I Can Cercorlate was the hole was tenn Pound thirteen & 
eight pence. 

s. d. 

allowed Lawful money 10 13 8 

MOSES COLLIER 



To a Case of Drawers & Chamber Table 30 

1 old ditto & 1 Table 15 
a feather Bed & 2 pillows 35 35 

2 Sack g . Bottom Bedsteads 15 

3 p r . Sheets & half Holland d. 9 

1 Damask Table Cloth & Napkin 5 

2 Blankets 6. 1 Trunk 50/. 1 Chest 60/ 11 10 



26 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

1 Black Walnut Table & 2 Mehogany 16 
24 Chairs 12. 6 China Plates & a Bowles 7. 10/ 19 10 

2 Decanters 50/. 22 Pewter & Hard metal Plates 10 12 10 
2 Basons 30/. 1 Bel metal skillet 80/ 510 
2 Brass Kettles & 1 Irond . 21. 10/ a Teakettle 60/24 10 
1 Warm g . Pan 60/ a flat Iron & Boxiron 50/ 510 
a Jack & Coffee Mill 6 10 
aBbr Soap & % Bbr Cyder 9 10 

1 Hogshead, 4 Barrells & 2 small Casks 4 10 
Earthen & Stone ware & Bottles 12 
a Teapot 20/. Pepper & alspice 70/ 4 10 
a Roquelo 60/. a new suit of his sons Cloathes 24. 

19. 8 27 19 8 

2 p r . Stockings & 1 P r . Breeches 2 10 

3 p r . Scales, weights & measures 12 10 
a Banyan & 3 Jackets 60/ Sund y . Books 15 18 
a Rug 60/ 14 b Flour 20/. a sute Curtains 15 19 
2 Large Brass Basons 80/, 3 mehogany waiters 90/ 8 10 



O Tenor 329 9 8 



43 18 7 
Real Estate 

a Brick Dwelling House 1800. O Tenor LM*. 240 

JOHN COTTON Executor Allowed. 



one Desk 5/ 5 

one Gold Necklace 15 15 

Fans, Ribonds &c in y e . Desk 5 5 

Small Trunk, with aprons Caps & other Linen 10 

Two other Trunks with Woolen Cloaths 10 10 

1 Chest with sundry other Cloaths 10 

Brass Iron & Tin, Stone & Earthen Ware 33 



58 

allowed L Money 7 14 8 

SARAH COTTON 



s. d. 

to one Black Brod Coth Cote 18 

to Blew Broth Cot 25 

to hat 7 10 

to a Bonet 2 10 



52 
overcharged in Blew Coat 200 



50 
EBEN R . GUSHING. 6 13 4 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 27 

. s. d. 

6 Straw Bottom Chairs 16 

1 Table (Maple) 8 

1 Straw Bed & Bedsted 10 8 

1 p r . Sheets 8 _ 

1 Tea Kettle 6/8. 1 Iron pott 1/4. 1 Andirons 2/ 10 

1 Bible. 1 Psalm Book a Sermon Book 6 



2 8 
1 pine Table 2 



her Allow*. 211 4 

ABIGAIL X KATEN. 
mark 

a Dwelling House Containing Two Tenements Lately Improved bv 
one Stuedley & one Cronch Rented for 13 6 8 p year. I value 
it at 213 6 8 

Personal Estate viz. Household Stuff ~\ 
Sails : Cables & Some Merchandise > 66 13 4 

to the Value at Least of ) 

/ 

280 00 
28 16 4 



308 16 

JOSIAH KEEN. Allowed, 

to be more particular. 



s. d. 

5 good Chests with waring aparil and ) n o 
Sundery articles therein } 

3 peses of Garlick 800 

1 Silver Tancker & Six Spoons 10 

Part of a Peace of Broad Cloth 200 

Sum puter 1 10 

Brass-Tin-Copper 200 

Sole Lether 7 10 

Shoes 4 Pair 140 

1 Baril pork 360, 

1 D. Tarr 12 

1 Bagg Ginger 600 

1 Bagg of Alspice 2 13 4 

2 Barils of Sope 1 10 
Iron ware 12 

10 Hoggs heads 168 

6 Iron Bound Casks 280 
a Set of Coper tools 200 

2 Fier Bukets 12 

2 Doz. Candel molds 070 

Part of a Carsk Clabord Nails 560 

2 Hatchets 12 



28 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

2 Pair of Seals fine 56" &c 100 

1 Suit of Sails Aprised By M r . Palfrey 13 6 8 

1 Cabel-Nine Inch Litel yoused 800 

2 Compses 12 
Racks & Blocks 100 
Sum Small Rigen 110 
Sum Canvis 100 

1 Lanthorn 1 handsaw 080 

1 Bed 100 

a Grain 040 



95 9 
213 6 



JOSIAH KEEN Allowed 308 16 



1 New 12 Pale Brass Kettle Cost 2 13 4 

2 Sacking bottom Bedstead almost new 4 
6 Chairs 1 Arm'd D. Cost 2 
1 Doz. Pewter Plates & 2 Dishes 168 
1 Tea Kettle Cost 22/ 13 4 
1 Brass Skimmer 6/. 1 Porridge pott & 1 Dish Kettle 2/8 8 8 

1 C' Rice 13/4. 2 pair Bed Blanketts 2/8 16 

2 Womens new Shifts 16/. 8 Childrens do 16/ 1 12 
25 yards Ozen brigg new 33/. doz. Knives & Forkes 6/1 19 

1 Pair Iron Candle sticks 1/4. cord wood 10/8 12 

2 Iron Bounds Hhds. 26/8. 4 Childrens petty coats 8/ 1 14 8 

2 Pair Childrens Stays 13/4. 3 Pales 2/. & 1 Cullender 2/ 17 4 
1 Druding box 8 d . 1 Plate Cover 2/ 2 Tea Chests 16/0 16 8 
1 Spie Glass 13/4. 1 Case w th Bottles 9/4 128 

3 Doz. Quart Bottles 8/. 1 Copper Sauce Pan 3/4 11 4 



21 14 

The Account allowed to be 21. 1. Lawful money 
ANN KILLEEAN. 



These may Certify that I the Subscriber with Others lost a 
Dwelling House in Water Street, which was Consum d . in the late 
Fire in the Month of March last which House We Valued at 
Eighty Pounds Lawful Money. Allowed Sol . Kneeland in be- 
half of himself & others. 



s. d. 
John Knights loss by the late fire A Warehouse with 

land worth lawfull money about 250 

Sundrys as pepper Spice pins Druggett & other 

things to the value of lawfull money at least 40 



290 
deduct of Real Estate 50 



JOHN KNIGHT allowed. 240 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 



29 



3 Tables at 60/ 

a Chamber Table and Iron Stool 

5 Chairs 

6 puoter plates 

Sundry China Glass 

Linning and Sundry Other things 



a Large Chest with Sundrys in it 
HANNAH LAMONT. 



9. 



Allowed. 



Bag of Linnen 

Ironing Box > 

Iron pott 

firkin of pork 

Box of Barley 

Box of flour 

Seive 

2 doz n . Bottles 

Cord wood 

Cask & Coal 

Spit 

washing tubs 

Grease & pott 

pestle & Morter 

Earthen pott 

2 Water parls 

Cloaths Line 

Stove & pan 

Wooden plates 

Broom 

Goose & Lap Board 

Brusnes 

pott of Hogs fat 

Copper sauce pan 

Horn Lanthorn 

tinder Box 

Bed Cord 

pair of Wool Cards 

Tea Board 

Books 

Golooshoes 

Ax 

Baskets 



RACHEL LA MOTTEE. 



deduct 



allowed. 






s. 


d. 


1 


4 







12 







12 







4 


9 




12 







18 





4 


2 


9 




12 





4 


14 


9 





s. 


d. 




8 


12 




3 





2 


18 


__ 


1 


8 







16 







9 





4 


10 





4 


10 





1 








1 








1 


5 





1 


15 





1 


10 







10 







13 





1 








3 


10 







12 







7 





3 








2 


15 







12 





1 


5 





1 


10 







5 







14 





1 


5 





1 








6 








1 


15 







10 







9 





61 


5 





8 


3 


4 


1 


6 


8 


6 


16 


8 



30 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

To 1 Looking Glass 3 16 8 

To 1 Ditto 13 4 

To 1 Ditto 060 

To a Bead Stead 16 

To 1 Large Iron pott 10 4 

To 2 Pickture 040 

To 3 Chaires 012 

To 1 Table 054 

To 1 P r . New Worst d . Stocking 068 

To 3 Wine Glasses 036 

To 20 lb . Dry'd Beef 068 

To Doz Knives and forks 043 



ARCH B . LAWS 849 



s. d. 

To 1 Feather Bed 26/8 one pair Blankets 20/ 268 

To 2 "Pair Sheets 16/1 Chest of Drawers 16/ 1 12 

To 6 Plates 2 Dishes of Pewter 18 

To a Womans Riding Hood 13 4 

To Wood and Barills in the Celler 1 4 
To Sundrys Omitted in the Former ace*. Viz 1 . 

To 3 Bedstids at 5/4 Cash 16 

To 1 Cupboard 13 4 

To 2 Russel Jackets at 8/4 Each 16 8 

To a Childs Staning Stool 5/4 5 4 

To 2 Wood Axes 5/4 '54 

To 2 Pair of Womans Jumps 13 4 

To 1 P. of And Irons 5 4 

To a New Toaster 1 4 

To Materials fitting and Prepared for 2 Barils Soap 1 8 

To a Large double Hammock 8 

To Several (Childrens) Shirts Shifts &c. 13 4 

To 2 Large Iron Wedges 6 



allowed 13 9 8 

ANDREW LEISHMAN. 



s. d. 

1 Blew broad Cloath Coat partly burnt 20 

1 Case of Drawes 600 

A Doubble Blankett and 1 Sheet 4 10 

3 Jackets 3 p r . Britches 2 p r . Stockings 12 

1 Iron Kittle 1 p r . Boots 4 10 

1 Bed tick 1 Hatt Beaver att 900 

1 Chest and 2 Boxes with Sundrys in them 300 



old Ten*. 59 
Allowed Lawfull Money 7 17 4 
ROBERT LENOX 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 31 

s. d. 



( apprized ~) 



1 Dwelling House -j by M r . Russell [ 500 

( Carpenter ) 

Personal 2 Bedsteads 6 

2 Small sea beds 4 10 

2 Blanketts 2 Ruggs 10 

2 Spining Wheels 1 sett of laths 7 

4 Barrels 1 Hogshead 3 Tubbs 6 15 

To Several Jackets part worn 12 

1 Great Coat part worn 4 10 

To Hoggs fatt & greese for soap 8 10 

1 Mehogany Table Top 3 10 

2 Chairs Boards & Shingles 10 
To Sundrey Kitchen Furniture 14 
1 Quilt 1 pair of sheets 6 
1 Hammock 25 



595 

Lawful Money 79 6 8 
Real Estate " 66 13 4 



12 13 

Real 66 13 4 

Personal 12 13 4 



LMoney 79 6 8 allowed. AND W . LEPEAR. 



A Brick House in King street belonging to the Heirs of Cap 1 . 
Jn. Phillips Dec d . 

s. d. 

Exclusive of the Land 300 

deduct 100 



200 

Rented for 18 13 4 P Ann m EZEKIEL LEWIS Guardian 

to the Heirs of J uo . Phillips 



s. d. 

2 barrells Syder 10 

2 Axes 5 

1 Brush 1 10 

1 Cord Wood 8 

6 barrells 15 

1 Chest 15 

2 Hogsheads 3 
4 doz. Bottles 3 12 
Roots 25 
1 Baskett Bread & a Table Cloth 1 10 
Part of a bb Pork 10 
Greese & Ashes 1 10 



32 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

half barrell Beer 1 

1 Andiron 1 10 

1 flatt Iron 1 

1 Tin Stow 25 

1 Mehogany Tea Board 2 5 

2 p r . Sheets 6 

4 Gownes 10 
18 p r . Stockings 9 
6 Diaper Clouts 25 
2 Spinning Wheels 9 
1 Case Knives & forks 1 

5 Chairs 3 
1 Riding Hood 5 
1 Chest 10 
1 Blankett & Rug 2 
1 Table 1 10 

1 Leather Chair Bottom 25 

2 Iron fork 1 

3 Pails 18 

4 five Gall . Cags 2 
2 Porridge Potts 3 
1 P r . Scales 10 
4 Petty Coats 3 10 
1 doz. Towels 1 han dk . & 3 Caps 3 
Sails belonging to Sloop Desire 77 5 8 



3 Guineas 

1 Large Trunk 

Linin & Sundry other things in Value in 
Being under Valued 



Old Ten r . 199 
deduct 1 9 



180 
AGNES LOBDELL allowed 21 




Allowed 568 
JANE LOGAN. 



To 3 Cain Chairs at 20 / 300 

To 1 Black back d. 10 

To 1 Large pewter Dish 1 15 

To 1 pewter boson 15 

To a bagg with meal 100 

To a bread Trough 1 10 

To a Iron Slice 1 10 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 33 



To a gridiron 

To a frying pan 

To a broad ax 

To 3 pair Shoes 

To a pair of goloshoes new 

To a butter firkin 

To 2 iron bound pipes at 45/ 

To 3 tubs at 7/6 

To 2 Barrels 20/ 

To a flour barrel & 2 pails 

To a new School form 




29 16 6 

Allowed. LM 3 19 6 
ELIZ MARSHALL. 



s. d. 

My House & Store in Cornhill . 1100 
Sundry Goods. Viz'. Allum, Copperas, Pipes 

Brass, Glass &c. lost & Burnt amt g . to 90. Sterling ") 1 , . 
Advance 60 p C'. 54 f 

1 Prospect Glass 16/1 pair Large Scales 8/ 140 
A parcel sashes Windows & Doors 200 

2 dozen Gun Cases 18/ A Saddle almost New with ) 3 i 
brass Stirrups 38/ 1 pair Boots 22 j 

A parcel Braizers Tools 24/ About 1 Sugar 40/ 34 

A Meal Chest 6/ A parcel meal about 3 bushells \ , 
Indian & Rye. A Peck of Oatmeal 14/ j 

40 b Best Feathers 1/8 368 

1 Sett Curtain Rods laths & Sham Posts 12 

2 Bedsteads and Cord 20/. 1 Cott 10/ 1 10 
Old Copper Brass & pewter ab l . 50 lb 2 6 
Pork and Beef 6 13 4 Hogs fatt 10/ 734 
9 Barrils Cyder and Barrils 8/8 3 18 

3 Powdering Tubs 15/. 10 Empty Barrils 26/8 218 
2/3 d8 . of a Cask White Lisbon in bottles 4 
12 dozen bottles 40/. 7 Barrils Soap & fills 5 12 7 12 

4 Cord Wood Saw d . 400 
2 Axes 6/ 1 Beatle 2/8. 1 Wheelbarough 5/4 14 
400 foot Boards plain", at 5/ 1 Hair Line 4/ 14 
15 Quier Post Paper Cutt 20/. 1 Chaise Whip 3/ 13 
1 Folding Board & Horse 1 8 
1 Barril Vinegar 24/. 1 New Cotton Linnen Sheat 10/1 14 
1 Writing Desk 16/ 16 
12 Large Cedar Posts 18/. 5 Wash*. Tubs 5/. 1 large ") 1 R 
Reusing Tub 2/ 1 Cooler 3/ ) 

A Block and Stand for Dressing Wigs 

1 Iron Stake & Block for making pewter 

2 Tables 12/2 Chairs 4/ 1 doz. Knives & forks 8/ 1 




34 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



s. 

1 Sett Brushes 4/ 1 Tin Stow & Case 3/. 1 Box Iron 6/ 13 
1 Glass Lanthorne 8/ : 1 Par buckle 10/ 18 



To a Barril Kittle melted ab l . 10 pails 1 d. Smaller 
1 Kittle pott Damaged ------- 



Allowed. 1304 15 

a parcel of Saddle Girth left in my care } f^ . 
to sell cost seven pounds sterl g . j 

JON A . MASON Allowed 1304 15 
his Friend 9 4 



d. 



1302 15 8 



2 



Viz. 

To 17 "Windows with 24 Lights Each, Caping ) 

Painting Stuff &c at 200/ j 

To ] 68 sash Lights in the shop at 3/ 

To 576 squares of Glass at 5/ 

To the Front door, Pediment &c 

To 14 Q r . Round two panill'd doors at 70/ 

To 5 Plain ditto at 40/ 

To 5 Window Shutters, Panill'd & stuff at 60/ 

To Gutters & Trunks 

To A Shop, Chimney & Stough 



To Cloths, trimings, Cloaths &c. Consumed in the 

shop 

To A Doz". Knives & forks 60/ A pair of Belows 60/ 
To A Chaving dish 45/. A spaide 45/ 
To 4 Chairs 180/ three Chairs 100/ 
To A sacking Bottom Bedstead 
To two under Beds 80/. two Beddsteads 180/twoBed 

Cord 60/ 
To a Boalster & Pillow 60/. three Iron potts & one 

Skillit 120/ 

To three large pewter dishes & one small one 
To 15 Large Best pewter plates 150/ Two tinn Gallon 

potts 45/ : 
To A Quart, Pint, half Pint & Jill Potts all pewter 






s. 


d. 


170 








25 


4 





144 








20 








49 








10 








15 








25 








'100 








558 


4 





157 


7 


_ 


6 








4 


10 






14 

10 

16 

9 

14 



To 4 muggs 18/ Two large two Gallon Stone Juggs 80/ 4 

To 10 Large Butter potts 50/ two pitchers 8/ 2 

To A Jack 135/ A sieve 9/ two Axes 90/ 11 
To two pails 10/ Five Case Bottles & 3 quarts of 

Sweet Oyl 95/ 5 

To 4 Trays 15/ two New Washing tubbs 30/ 2 

To A Block tinn Cann 50/ A Teapott 45/ 4 

To table Cloths, Napkins & Towells 10 

To an old f ashion'd Chest of Drawers 5 



15 

18 
18 

14 

5 

5 

15 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 35 

i 

s. d. 

To 20 w'. of Tallow 90/ one hund rd . w*. of flour 130/ 11 
To 12 pounds of Loaf sugar at 6/6 d 3 18 
To A Small Arm ISO/ hund d . of Brown sugar 90/ 13 10 
To Cupps, Sausers & Earthen dishes 4 10 
To A decanter 30/ one hogshead & three Barrels 115/ 7 5 
To A Large tinn, Coffee pott 15/ Glasses & Saltcel- 
lars 20/ 1 15 
To half Barrell of Rum at 21/ 16 16 
To Number of Books 40 
To A Cord of Wood 150/. A p r . of Candlesticks 18/8 8 
To A Cannister & Tea 2 
To A Gross of Pipes 20/ A Baskett of 1 10 
To Curtin Bails & posts 30/. A pewter Quart pott 2 10 
To 2 Tinn Tunnills 18 
To A Pewter Pottmger 11 3 
To 20 pound of Butter at 5/6 5 10 

oldTen r . 970 12 3 

deduct 70 12 3 



900 

PHILIP MASTERS. Law Money 120 

Real 13 6 8 



106 13 



Pork 1 Barrell 25 

Meal & flour 6 

Wood 60/ Great Coat 10 13 

Pitch & Turpentin 15 

Boats Partly Made one Other Stock 60 

Oars 4 10 - 4 10 

2 Axes 3 Addses 18 10 
Wip Saw 14 Two hand Saws 13 10 and Croskett 

Saw 7 34 

5 Orgers & 2 Plan Stoocks 5 15 

4 Chesels 1-16 Two Plain Irns 6/ 2 Spick Gimblets 12/ 2 14 

3 files 1 Wip Saw 2 Hand Saws fils 12 
2 Corken Maletts & Saw Book 

Hansaw 1 



187 1 
deduct 17 1 



170 
Allowed 24 18 
THOMAS MASTERS 



36 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 








s. 


d. 


To one white pine Tabel Old Tennor I 


10 





To one Large pare of Kitchen Andirons 


3 








To 2 Large maps & Sundry picttures 


3 








one Cordded Bedstead 


4 








one pare of Seals & Beem 


2 


5 





one Laddel & flash fork 


1 


5 





a Large Brass Scillitt. Nue 


4 


10 





a Recat Book & basket with Sundrys in it 


4 


15 





To 6 Cane Chears good at 45/ 


13 


10 





one Arm Cliear 30/ 


2 


10 





one Kitchin Chear 20/ 


1 








Old Tenner 


41 


5 





Allowed Lawfull money 


5 


10 





RACHEL MATHEWS. 









to linen mount to pound 
warm pan 

Valued 100 Allowed, 

approved 

Walker & C. 

SARAH MAY. 



s. d. 

Riding Chaise "160 

Riding Chair 70 

1 Scarlet Cloake fa 

2 P r . Double Blanketts 18 
1 p r . Sheets 400 



OldTen r . 267 10 
deduct 57 10 



210 



his Allowed. Lawfull money. 28 
ROBERT oo McCouRDRE 
Mark 

s. d. 

A Trunk containing sundrys 060 

a new Ax 4 

a Wood Horse 2 8 

2 foot Wood 5 4 

a small Spinning Wheel 6 8 

2 Chairs 1 4 

Money on the Mantle Piece , 7 7 



Allowed. 1 13 4J 
ABGALL McCuLLocn 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 37 

s. d. 

1 Larg Tabell 700 

1 Bed Quelt 4 10 
3 Chears 400 

2 Tramels 110 
1 Lucken Glase 250 

3 Puter Plates 110 
1 Beed Blankett 1 10 
6 Pecturs 200 
1 Puter Desh 1 10 

1 Tea Bord 100 

2 Fier Shoufels 1 10 
1 Sheatt 2 10 
1 Bed Sted 

1 Hatt 100 

3 Flat Irons 200 
1 pair of Shoose 1 10 



34 15 

Allowed LM? 4 12 
ABIGALL M C INTOSH. 



s. d. 

in Valluable Silks of All Sorts with Velvits ) g . ^ g g 
Cloths & fine Lace in frunt Chamber j 

in Shop goods below Stares 120 

in Aparel of all Sorts & Linnins 159 13 4 

househould furneture of all besids bed bediner &c. ) -> 10 c 

,'M * a T V^JlODo 

a quantity of fine Linen j 

in Cash 600 

in plate & rings 66 13 4 



Personal 200.5 00 

The Loss of house Real 400 

SARAH MNEAL. 



s. d. 

27 yards blew English Dammask at 6 115 

18 yards green ditto 118 

16 yards Cloath ditto 104 

27 yards dark blew ditto 175 

12 yards Ash ditto 70 

11 yards Red ditto 73 

Remnants of difrent Coulers 191 



846 

Several Pieces of India ditto 118 

16 yards Remnants ditto 72 

97 yards Rich Tabby at 6 10 (widest) 830 

16 yards ditto at 4 : 15 76 

14 yards Silver Tushsue at 11 154 



38 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

9 yards Superfine Scarlet Cloath at 12. 108 

19 yards ditto at 7 10 152 

18 yards Crimson ditto at 8. 144 



1654 

22 yards fine velvet at 6 10 143 

9 yards ditto at 8 10 76 

5 yards Coulered ditto at 8 40 
22 yards Brocade Silk at 9 207 
100 yards Tafflty at 3 4 320 
24 yards black Padesway at 4 10 108 

28 yards Grogrom at 3 10 98 

18 yards ditto at 3 10 62 

6 pieces taffity perchon at 24 p piece 144 
12 half pieces ditto 144 
64 yards Luststrings difrent Coulers at 3 18 243 
46 yards Difrent Coulerd Sattin at 3 138 



1723 

14 yards duble hat Lace at 30 42 

12 yd ditto at 40/ 24 

Silver Coard & frogs 12 

56 y d . Silver ribbin at 10/ 28 

26 pieces Padusway Ribbin 9 p piece 234 

16 pieces Sattin ditto at 4 10 72 
14 pieces taffity ditto at 4 10 63 
35 pieces at 50/ 87 
12 pieces Silk quality at 60/ 36 

1 7 ditto galloom at 50/ 42 
10 doz n . Silk Lases at 60/ 30 

7 pound Sowing Silk at 140 14 



810 14 

all Sorts of Threads 90 

tapes of all sorts 30 

Shurt and Jacket Buttons all Sorts 20 

a Quantity of Stay trinring 35 

9 Bilbo Handkerchiefs 22 

10 Basslonie ditto 15 
divers others peices Silk Ditto 84 
Hat band Crapes and Tiffiny 72 
a Quantity of fine Lace & Egings 120 
all Sorts of black Laces & fringes 74 
fans of all Sorts Neack laces of all sorts 49 
worsted Quallityes of all Sorts 80 



681 

Cruils pins needles of all Sorts 85 

20 botles of Snuf 14 

English worsted 35. bead Lace all Coulers 12 47 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 39 

s. d. 

5 pc 8 . Garlick 24. 22 ya d . bag hollanrl 55 179 

5 pic 8 , f garlick 96. Eightvy". fine Irish Lining 216 

40 y 8 . ditto 40 : 3 pieces Tandim 120 

Severil peices Long Lawns 100 

4 pieces Cambrick 80 

12 yards Clear Lawn 30 

14 y 8 . Superfine ditto 49 

26 y 8 . difrent Sorts flowerd ditto 52 

2 doz n . Lawn Hand 8 28 : 10 find ditto 18 46 

2 pice 8 . Duck bolland 72 

22 peices Cheack Difrent wedths 63 

30 ya 8 . Scoch bolland 27. 34 y 8 . fuistin 27 54 

4 pece". Russa Lining 17: 19 yar 8 . Brown holand 9 36 

30 y 8 . Osnbrigs 10 : 18 Ells yal w . Canvis 18 28 

2 pic 8 , buckrum 24 : 24 y 8 . Diaper 30 74 
one trunk full best fine wrigbting peaper 50 
40 pound tea 80 
half hogshead powder Suger 75 
42 ya 8 . English Swanskin 33 
24 this Countrey 18 

3 pice 8 , patch 57 
50 y 8 . printed Lining 42 
20 y 8 . Callico 20 
Several Remnants ditto 10 
12 y d . muisling 18. 18 y". Gotten & Lining 13 31 
mens Silk & worsted Stockings 41 
20 pair yarn 19. Several piec 8 . Garters 10 29 
Shoes Clogs Goloshoes 100 
3 pie 8 . Torettoes 30 
2 ditto Gingam 29 
one piece of popling 18 
10 yards flannile 7 
Mohair & mphair buttons Silk twist 48 
Silk and hair buttons 50 



2113 

all Sorts Metle & glass buttons 30 

Shoe bukles 20. knifes Sisors 20 40 

Combs of all Sorts 20 9 pairs gloues 6 26 

2 doz n Lam Gloues 24 20 pair black Shammey 18 42 

90 y 8 . Stuff 45. 30 yar 8 . fine Shaloon 30 75 

40 y 8 ditto 20. 9 hoops 27 47 

19 french handker 8 . 11 one piece Sheeting 30 47 
60 j-ards perseon difrent Coulers 54 
allymoad Luitstring Mantays 38 yards 51 
ten yards fine English flannel 13 

20 pound Coffey 5 

430 

8257 14 



40 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

5 fether beds bolster & pillows 280 

5 Sacking bottom bead steads 80 

G pair Blankets 5 good Quilts 120 

Crimson barriteen Curtins 40 

one Set green harriteen ditto 30 

one Set Cloath Coulered ditto 16 

12 pair Sheets Sorn fine bolland 130 

14 pair pilow Cases Damask & diaper tableing 70 

2 Easy Cbairs 20 2 rownd back ditto 40 60 

2 dozen 84 



910 

3 pair brass hand Irons Shovels & thongs 35 

two pair Iron ditto 8 

one large Mohogony table 25 

one Large black walnut ditto 14 

one Mohogany Card ditto 12 

one black walnut ditto 8 

2 Small round ditto 8 

my own Pictur Several more 30 

10 Looking Glasses 5 very Large 190 

three Desks 40 one Chest draurs 24 64 

2 polstered Stools 15 a quantyty Books 80 85 

3 Chamber tables one tea table 22 



501 

6 Cheasts & trunks 2 Iron Bound 20 

2 Cases Botles 8 2 Glass Lanterons 4 
Some Silk Cover Chears 12 
Shade for Shop windows 6 
4 kichen tables 6 
a hors and folding board 3 
4 doz n . hard metle plates 40 
G Soop ditto 6 watter ditto 10 
13 dishes 30 4 pair best brass Candlesticks 10 40 

3 Larg Copper Kittles 26 

4 Sase pans two Skillets 22 
two Coffi pots 9 
three tea kittles 15 
one duch Oven one Grid Iron 6 
two brass Chafing dishes a frying pan 3 
one doz n . Ivery handle knives & forks 80 
10 ditto 1 10 



225 10 

4 glass Cases 2 nests of Drawrs 35 

4 pair Scales and all my weights 12 

three Counters in the Shop 15 

three tea boards 3 

40 tea Cannisters Sum of them holds 70 weight 22 10 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 41 

s. d. 

a doz n . Candle molds 2 one gross Bottles 10 12 

2 doz n . Chany plates 48 2 doz n . Coller d . with 

small dishes 38 

one doz n . Cups and Sausers 6 

one doz". Coffy ditto 6 2 Chany tea pots 2 .80 

5 Larg Chany punch bowls 18 

12 Quart and pint bouls 18 6 pint ditto 3 21 

2 Sugar dishes 3 2 Cream pots 20/ . 4 



194 10 

one black Suit padusway Quite new 90 

oue Grey English Damask Gound Quite new 60 

one Crimson ditto 40 

one blew ditto 40 

one Sand Coulered new 40 

two green ditto 40 

one Scarlet Sattin ditto 35 

one hair grogrom ditto 40 

two Luitstring ditto 20 

one white damask ditto 12 

three washing ditto 15 

Six quilted Coats four of them Silk 75 



507 

two pair Stays 30 

one Scarlet Cloath peticoat 12 

5 dimity ditto 20 

one Scarlet Cloath Rideing hood 40 

one Short Cloak & 2 velvet hoods 12 

three pair Rich Brocaded Shoes and Clogs 18 

three pair Rusell ditto 6 15 

18 shifts one doz n of them very fine hollan 64 

7 Lawn and Cambrick Eaprons 35 

14 holand and Garlick ditto 28 

18 fine handkerchiefs 27 

one doz n . plain Caps and hoods 10 
Sevral full Suits of fine Lace Sum Lappt wedth with 

Caps duble ruffils handker 8 Eaprons & 200 

one Dimond Ring 5Q 

one ditto 10 

thre morning ditto 24 

thre playin ditto 12 

one goold neacklace 100 beads 20 

one Silver wach 40 

two Silver Snuf boxes 10 

three thousand Dollars 6750 

279 oz. wrought plate at 50/ 697 10 

7613 10 
10454 5 



42 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



s. d. 
brought from the other Sheet 8257 14 



OTen r . 18911 19 
Lawfull Money. 2394 18 6 
the Loss of three houses 400 



To be deducted from the Personal Estate 
To be added to the Real Estate 

Allowed. 



694 18 6 
133 6 8 

SARAH MCNEAL. 



93 yard Oznabrigs at 8/ 

20 yard Tichlingburgs 10/ 

an Iron Stove 

2 Beaver Hatts 

2 Sash Windows 50 Sq r . Glass & frames 

Board 

30 lb Bottrope 

Carpenters Bill in M r . Lindells Buildings 

Mason Bill in D. 

Sundries Lost in the Loft as Riggan Blocks &c. 



single man. 



1 Riding hood 

2 par of Stockings 
1 muf e 

1 pare of Gloues 
1 pare Shous & Buckels 
the Lineing of a gound 
1 Pare of Jumps 



Lawfull Money 
Allowed 
JOHN MNEILL 



Allowed 
ANN ME LOT 
Liveing at Capt. Edward Blake. 



L money 



. 


s. d. 


37 


4 


10 





40 





20 





20 


12 


4 


14 


7 


10 


9 





27 





9 





185 





24 
22 L. 


13 4| 

Money 


. 


s. d. 


9 





2 


5 


3 







14 


1 


8 




15 


3 





20 


2 


y 2 


13 4 



One half the House in King Street in w ch . Lived M r . 
John Wheatly with a Brick Kitchin &c. 

2000 LM*. 266 
deduct 33 



13 
6 



allowed. 233 



SARAH MICHELL 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 43 

s. d. 

152 Fath : 12 Inch cable, Ab'. l/3 d 

Worn. Jugs Ab 1 . 46 at 36/ 82 16 

A New Boat Cost 12 10 



Lm y . 95 6 
6 



Allowed. 95 

"W. MOLINEUX 



s. d. 

To 12 plens 600 

To Jointer surithen plen 250 

To won ax and and 2 ogers 80 

To 2 saus 700 

To window shutters panel work completed { ,. 

3 winders } 

To chisils and rasps and bits 249 

To won hindred of bords 2 10 
To walnet plank ten foot 



Old tennor 40 5 6 

575 

deduct 17 5 



Allowed. 4 10 
JAMES MOLTMAX. 



old Tenor 

7 Kitcbin Chairs 4 Backs 4 10 

1 p r . Andiron Cost 9 900 

1 p r . Dogs 2 10 

1 Brass Skimmer & Ladle 1 10 

1 frying 25 

1 Gridiron 15 

2 Tramraell 2 15 
1 Tea Kittle Two Quarts 4 10 
1 Small Brass Skillet 25 

1 Iron pott a pail full 2 

4 Brass Candlesticks 3 

2 Iron Ditto Brass Ball 1 5 

1 Brass Kittle 3 pail full 9 

2 p r . Sheeths 9 

5 Shifts. Good 6 5 
1/2 doz. Knives & forks 1 10 
a Case of Chest Draws 6 

1 p r . Tongs 1 2 6 

1 Iron Slice 1 2 6 
Tubbs bar 18 . &c 3 

2 doz. Quart Bottles . 2 
4 Erthin plates 10 



44 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. ' d. 

3 pewter Spoons 6 

1 Small Glass Lanthorn 25 

2 pickters in fraim 15 
1 Iron Box & Heaters 2 10 
Aprons Caps & Handk. Ruff ells &c. 12 

1 Corded Bedstead 15 



95 6 

Allowed. 12 14 1 

SARAH X MORRS mark 



A Large loockin glase By 28 and by 15 inchis 20 00 00 

A tea kitel 06 15 00 

A Large iron skilet 00 16 00 

five Puter plates 01 10 00 

six Delfe plates 01 05 00 

one fier shufel 00 15 00 

A Pare of Candil sticks 00 10 00 

three Knifes and forks . 00 18 00 

one gridiron 00 15 00 

one ax and one tomhock 01 18 00 

one Cradel and a standin stoole 03 10 00 

one tabel 02 05 00 

one Under bed and bed sted and bed Cord 08 05 00 

one large bed blankit 04 10 00 

A Pare of Coten sheats 03 00 00 

one Poudnen and twenty Wate of beefe 03 10 

one tub and one Pale 00 12 00 

My one a Parel one Jackit 04 00 00 

one Pare of Briches 01 05 00 

one shurt and too pare of stocking and one stok 02 05 00 

My Nafgasion Books and instruments 09 10 00 

My Wifes a Parel one Cote and two aprons 04 00 00 

one Carnbrick hankichun 02 05 00 

one shift 01 05 00 

7 Capes 02 02 00 

one Pare of New shous 01 05 00 
Children a Parel one Jacket one shurt and one shift 

and stokins With sum other things 02 00 00 

A Chest of Draws brok and hurt Vere Much 02 00 00 

sum Chaney and sum glases 00 18 00 



93 19 

Allowed LM7. 12 10 6 
WEBSTER MYGATT. 

Large number of D or . Watts Hymns & Psalms lost & Distroy'd 
at the value of Eight pounds large Gold Ring with three stones 
one pound Eight a Number of bound Books lost & spoilt one 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 



45 



pound Three seamans Compases Broke to pieses one pound Lost a 
number of sieve buttons Coat & Brest one pound, polisht open 
work shoe Buckles & others one pound two large Boxes of wafer 
& some razors ten shillings half Doz lingum vity Soap Boxes 
Broke ten shilling two Chairs lost large Table & Desk Broke one 
pound number of Sive bottoms & scale one pound Linen & Cover- 
lid one pound ten 

Lawfull 17 18 
THOMAS RAND. 



4 Bead Steads 4 


16 


4 quilting frame 1 10 


1 feather Bead 20 


20 


1 quilted Petticoatt 3 


2 straw Beads 50 


5 


1 Bagghops 18 


The Bed Cloths bel- 1 


_ 


1 pair New Shoves ) - , n 


long g to 1 Bead j 


o 


& Cloggs } 


1 Case Draws 


7 


2 p r . Stockings 24 


2 Look 8 . Glasses 40/ 


4 


1 Beaver Hatt 6 15 


2 p r . Flatt Irons 


2 5 


a shoe Makers ~\ 


doz. knives & forksl 


15 


seatt w h . all the [ 8 


2 Skilletts 1 7/6 1 


15 


Tools ) 


2 Gounds 4 8 





1 side sole leather 6 


6 Chairs 30/ 9 





1 Barrell soap 8 


flesh fork 1 





1 Firkin Pork 50 Ib . 8 


4 doz. Bottles 25/ 5 





3 New hogsheads 4 10 


3 Shifts 3 X . 9 





8 Washing Tubbs 3 10 


3 Holland Aprons 7 


10 


1 Beer Barrell 1 5 


2 Chick Aprons 4 


10 


1 funiel 15 


5 Sheets 3*. p r . 7 


10 


2 Wood Axes & 


5 Table Clo/ hs 5 





Horse 4 


3 Tables 20 3 





2 p r . Iron Candle- 


1 doz. Napkins 15/ 4 


10 


sticks 1 10 


3 Ruggs & 1 Coverlid 7 





1 p r . Brass L>. 2 5 


1 Brass Supe Pan 3 





a Ladle & scimmer 2 10 


2 pair Andirons 6 





4 Water Pails 1 


4 Traraells 6 





2 Cloth Jackets 45/ 4 10 


1 frying pan 1 


10 


1 Spitt. 3 Bed Cords 4 15 


1 f\f\ry P! /1+ Q tQ P\ 






1^ doz. cups & 




80 7 


saucers 2 


10 


With a Number of other 


3 Chaney Bowls 5 


8 


Articles w h . at present I 


1 Chaney Plate 


10 


cannot Remember. 


1 Glass Sarver 


5 


Chest Cloths a young Woman 


6 Earthin Potts ~) 




left at my house. 


3 of them full of [ 6 





171.18 


greese ) 




80. 7 


1 pott of prckles 2 














252.05 Totall 


171 


18 


1 p r . Steelyard 2. 



her 

MARGRETT X ROGGERS 
mark 



254.05 

Old Tenor 
Allowed 33 18 8 



46 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Viz old Tenor 

2 Coverlids of a Bed 30/ 300 

1 Sheet 1 10 

2 Pillows 20/ 2 
Bed Steed 18 
1 Copper Sauce pan 2 
1 Brass ditto 1 
1 Iron Tramill 2 



12 8 

Allowed L Money l 13 1 

MEHETABEL RUSSELL 



s. 

20 Dollars at 6/ 6 

4 Chex Shirts (allmost new) 6/ 14 

1 p r . Large Jacket & Briches 18 

2 p r . Stockings 6 
Chest 10 



Allowed Lawful Money 8 18 
NEHEMIAH SAMPSON. 



s. d. 

1 Gowne at the Vellow at Lest 1 17 4 

3 Shifts at the Vellow of 1 18 2 

4 Aprons at the Vellow of 2 00 

2 handkerchiefs at the Vellow 08 8 



Allowed LM y . 6 04 
mark 

MILDRED m SMITH 
hir 



s. d. 

Shop Board & Windows 2 

ly d . \ fine Cloath at 28 1 15 

2 yd'. Plush at 13 4 168 

Sundry Triming 2 16 

1 pair Large Britches 1 

1 Large Brass Kittell 1 12 

1 Brass Skillett 8 

1 Corded Bedstid 1 Sacon Bottom 1 12 

a Boset 28 

1 Table 8 

1 pair Tongs & Shuffell 6 

2 Fowlding Bourds & Close Horse 14 

2 Pair Skaills & Waits 9 4 

1 Gun Bagnet & Cutlass 1 12 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 47 

s. d. 

a Corner Cubert 6 8 ' 

1 d n . Kitchen Cheairs 8 

3 Flatt Irons 6 

1 Bushell Indian Meall 5 

4 Shifts 1 apron & 7 Caps 1 12 

2 Large Stone Jugs- 10 8 
1 Small Ditto 4 

1 Iron Pott 1 Kittell Ditto 9 4 

3 Barrells Sope 3 

2 Barrells Sider 1 

1 Hundred Wait Sugar 28 

2 Cord Wood 2 
1 Pair New Shews 8 
1 Saw 10 



Allowed. 32 14 8 
NICH S . TABB. 



The Real Estate Belonging to the Late Christopher Tilden De- 
ceased Consists of one Double Dwelling house and one Store 
house which Let for 27 6 8 p r . Year the Land Lays in two Lots 
one Lot 30 fet. frunt and 12 Back the other Lot 30 fet. South and 
frunt and 60 ft West & 60 fet North East and 12 fet North and 
Exclusive of the Land and Rubish I think the Buildings to be 
Worth 400 

There is besides the Above a Store house which 
the Said Tilden and Benja" : Phillips Build upon 
M r . Lendells Land for which they had a Lease and 
it is now four year before the Lease will be up 
halfe the Store and half e Saile Loft Let for 968 
p r . Year 37 6 8 



The Above Buildings was Consum'd to Ashes 437 6 8 

Allowed. 
SARAH TILDEN. 



s. d. 

1 Folding Board 300 

1 P. Flatt Irons 300 

1 Box Iron & Heaters 200 

1 Stow & frame 250 

1 Trunk 1 10 



11 15 
Two New Bibles and Sundry Valuable Books 850 



20 
Allowed 2 13 4 
EASTER TINKOM. 



48 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

To 1 Bead (Straw) 25 

To Beadstet 25 

To Lenin whells 6 15 

Grat whell 1 10 

Won Learg Teabl 2 10 

4 Chars 300 

2 puter perengs 1 

1 payr of handerons 1 

1 Large Iron pot 1 10 

1 puter plat 10 

1 Candell Stick 050 

1 Large Shuger Box 040 



old Tener 45 9 
over charge on a Bed 15 9 



30 
TINKAMS DAUGHTER. Allowed 4 1 27 



forms for children 4 at 080 

3 Small Tables 180 

10 Chairs old at 18 

1 pair old sett o Draws at 100 

5 Shifts with Capes at 18 

1 Coverlit at 17 

2 pair o Sheets & pillows at t 0160 

1 Iron pot & 2 Skillets 12 

6 pewter plates at 040 

3 Table Cloths at 030 
12 towels Corse linen at 020 

2 Gowns at 100 
2 quilt pettecoats at 18 
2 pair o'hose, 2 pair Golowshoes ) o K 8 
Ditto 2 pair Pattoons at j 

2 China plates 4 delph, 4 glass 070 

a Mahogany Box & 6 pewter spoons 16 

Cash 040 

2 Bed Stead 1 duch bottom at 100 

3 aprons 080 



11 5 8 
another Account 2 13 4 



Allowed 13 19 
EASTER TINCOMB. 



four Deer Skins in the keeping of M r . Daniel Remick which was 
Burnt they Cost me last winter old Tenor 18. Allowed. 

ELISHA TUPPER. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 49 

s. d. 

1 Dosen of Books 500 

6 Napken 600 

3 Shifts 500 

1 apron 2 hankichrs 400 

2 Dollers Cash 4 10 



25 
Allowed 368 
her 

ANN X VANDELUEB 
Mark 



John Walls Lost by Boston fier March 22 th 1760. By a Chemblay 
falling Down on me as I was helping a Ingine Lamed me so that J 
was Carred to my Lodging By mr. Peck. 

s. d. 

to 4 Weeks Board att my Lodging at 4 1600 

to 1 mounth I was Lame 20 

to Cash Paid the Docter 250 



single man old tenor 38 5 

Allowed 520 



House and Land on y e . South Side of Fort Hill ~) 

Mortgaged by Edw d . Brattle Oliver more than it > 500 

sold for J 

Large Warehouse at Olivers dock, when burnt ~\ 

down in y e Year 1748. It cost me to rebuild > 4000 

it againe 3 

Large Coopers Shop brick and Slated 1500 

a Schooner upwards of 50 Tuns all her Rigging ' 

Cables Blocks & c . and two Suits of Sailes : <* 2500 

One but a year old 
Two Suits of Sails belonging to an Other 

Schooner of 32 Tuns, one Suit of Sails 

but a year Old burnt in M r . Bulfinches Sail ^ 450 

Loft which was sold : but not delivered 

was Obliged to Allow p Apprisement 

allowed Real Estate 500 

personal 393 13 



893 13 
JN WHEELWRIGHT. 



50 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. " 

s. d. 

Stock & Tools amounting to at the Lowest | .. - 

Computation } 

Six Large Hogs at 10 60 

6 Barrells Cyder at 60/ 18 

2 Groce Quart Bottles 10 10 

1 Quarter Cask Red wine cont*. 20 Gall 8 at Least 40 

f barrell Pork 11 5 

1 Cord wood 8 

1 Load Faggotts 2 10 

1 Load Hay w'. 1000 lb at 16/ 8 
100 Candle Boxes at 10/ 50 
6 Boxes Candles w l . 270 at 6/ - - 6 boxes at 10/ 84 

2 Beads & Beeding 30 
4 Bed Steeds 16 

9 Straw bottom Chairs at 25/ 115 

1 doz n London Puter Plates 6 

1 Copper Tea Kittle 4 

1 Iron Pott & Copper Pott 4 

1 p r . Ironing Box & heaters 2 10 

1 Trunk Linning Coutg. Sheets Table Cloths ") ft 

Napkins &c at Least to the Value of } 

1 doz n . Chaney Cups & Saucers 3 

2 p r . Men's Shoes almost new 4 
1 New Wig 9 

1 Case & Bottles 6 

2 Swords common & two Baynotts & 1 Cut Las 4 



H22 
3 Pistalls 12. 0. 1 Quilted Coat & 1 Eidinghood 

10. 0. 0. 22 

2 Bridles 80/ & 1 Saddle 90/ 8 10 



1452 10 

1 Frying pan & Fender 3 10 

2 doz n . Cabiges 10/ 1 Turnips 12/ 12 

1 box Sallery 25/ 1 box horse Reddish 25/ 2 10 

2 Potts Pickles 60/ 2 G 8 . Vinager 14/ 3 14 
1 p r . Pott hooks 20/ 1 p r . Shovell & Tongs 44/ 3 4 



1466 10 

1 Cleaver 1 Ax 35 

4 lb9 . Coffee 28/- 1 Pott hogs fat 12 lb . 47/ 315 



1473 10 

in Law Money 196 9 4 

5 doz. Moulds (pewter) 6 

Allowed 202 9 4 

THOMAS WHITE 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 51 

s. d. 

One Black Walnut Table 4 feet Long X 15 

One Maple D. X 10 

two Beadsteds X 8 

one Bead Cord Wate Sinners X 2 5 

one D. of hemp X 1 50 

one Paire of Curtin Rods x 5 00 

one Paire of Tongues 1 10 

two Trammels & hoocks X 4 00 

two Large Guilt Family Pictures X 9 00 

half a Dozing Knifes & Forcks 2 00 

Two Large Earthin Dishes & Plates 2 00 

foure Iron Candle Sticks with Brass nobs 2 00 

one Coffey Mill 4 10 

one Syne, to seell good Macking & Painting 3 00 

one Lamp 09 

one Tea Chest 2 10 

one Whale Bone Peticoate X 5 00 

one Sive 08 

one Coffey Pott 05 

one Flower Kidd 10 

Part of a Paire of Stayes 3 00 

Two Small Iron Kettles 2 00 

Two Paire of mens Shues X 2 00 

one Case Bottle with 6 quart D. 1 10 

one Tea Pott with halfe a Doz n . Cups & Sausers 3 00 

one Frying Pan 2 00 
Severall Small Nessisereys to y e . Best of my ) 
jugment to y e Vallue j 

Fier Wood to y e . Vallue of 3 00 

one Gread Iron 1 00 

one Iron Bound Casks 2 05 



Lawful Money 13 12 11 102 07 00 
deduct over charged 314 



Allowed. 10 11 
MARY WITTNEY 



Old Tenor 

. s. d. 

22 Fire Arms 110 

50 Swords 75 o 

1 Gun Barrel 1 wrought with Gold 13 1 

8 Arm Chests at 40/ 16 

1 Sledg 90/ Glass Windows 15 5 19 15 

1 Pair of Bellows 11 

1 Chimney I built in my Shop belonging to M r . Borland 24 15 

1 Sign Benches & Draws 45 5 

1 Pollishing wheal & Head & Spindles 40 

Stones & Brushes & Turning Leath 7 10 



52 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

Sundry Tooles 15 

25 Gun locks 25 

6 Gross Gun Rods 13 10 

1 Pair of Puuips or Shoes 117 6 

1 Large Shade Cloth 4 10 

22 lb . of Leaden weights at 4/ 480 

1 Pouch & Sword Belt 5 12 6 

5 Buck Slings 4 10 

1 Door Lock 70/ 1 Bush 1 , of Harding 20/ 4 10 
4 Axes 30/ 2 Riveting Tooles 15/ 250 

2 Hamers & a Slate & 18 Boyanetts 37 10 



old Tenor 481 8 
Allowed Lawfull Money 64 3 8 
JOHN WRITTEN 



s. d. 

2 Bedsteads 9 
1 doz. Chairs, Kain 12 

3 White Tables 3 

1 Black Walnut Ditto 5 

2 Trunks very good 5 
a Sifting Trough 1 

1 Jack 6 15 

1 Chest 4 10 

1 p r . Stilliard 1 10 

a Bag of Feathers 30^. at 13/ 19 10 

a Tortoise shell Box. Silver Rim d . & hinges 5 

1 Iron Pot 1 10 

1 Japann'd Chamber Table 4 



O. Tenor 76 15 
2 Shifts and 2 Aprons 5 



81 15 

her Allowed 10 18 

JEHOSEBETH X WING. 
Mark 



A number of Sails burnt at M r . Palfrey's Sail Loft belonging to 

the Sloop Beaver, John Fisher Master. . s. d. 

viz 4 . 2 Mainsails ^ 

1 Foresail 

1 Jibb 

1 Topsail } Computed to be Worth 64 5 

1 Spritsail 

1 Water sail 

2 Boat Sails 

3 Cask of Nails, lost in the Store of John 
Rowe Esq : bought of him, as per Certificate 

Amounting to 31 19 

J. WINSLOW Allowed. 96 4 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 53 

s. d. 

1 Green Herryteen Easy Chair 35 

1 Arm Chaire 25 

1 Diaper Table Cloth 1 10 

1 Cord wood 70 

2 pair New Cloth Breeches 20 

1 Barrel Syder 40 

Flour 9 O/ 1 p r . Candtesticks 15/ 9 15 

2 Common Chairs 36/ Sund y . SmalJ Articles 60/ 416 

Pork 7 10 



old tenor 91 16 



Allowed. L m y . 12 4 
for N WINSLOW John Belcher 



. s. d. 

an Under Bed & Blanket 300 

a Small brass kettle Skillet & Saucepan 4 

3 Tramels 4 10 
a Large Iron pot & 2 pair of pot hooks 35 
2 folding Boards 30/ a pair Curtin Rods 30/ 3 
2 house Brushes 15/ a spit & Frying Pan 40/ 2 15 

4 School Forms 1 10 
Sundrys Earthen Stone Glass & Linen 5 
2 peticoats 50/ a Set work Tul 20/ 310 

2 Basketts with work in them 1 10 

3 Common Chairs 45 8 / 2 pair of Clogs 40/ 45 



Old Tenor 36 5 
Allowed 4 16 8 

her 

LYDIA X WISE. 
Mark 



Account of the loss which I have Sustained by the Great Fire 
which happend on the 20 th . March 1760. 

In the Barn 

s. d. 

2 pr Trucks at 18 36 

2 Sleds 10 20 

a new chais Harniss Wheels &c 65 

an Old Wherry, a Bran Been, & some Bran & Hay 12 



In the Sellar 

s. d. 

2 barrels of Soap 7 10 15 

2 new Empty barrels 2 

a water pipe & Tubbs Bettle Wedges ) 
2 hand saws Wood Ax &c j 12 29 



54 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Upper Chamber 

s. d. 
3 Bedsteds 10 

1 doz" chairs 6 

3 pine Tabbies 4 10 

2 pr Sheets 1 doz n Towels & Table Cloths 4 10 
2 Petticoats 6 

2 Cradles & Negros Beding 12 43 



OldTen r 205 



in Lawful money 27 6 
allowed Tho s Bennett 



The following is an Account of the Loss sustained by Pompey 
Blackman in the fire of y e 20 th March 1760. 

s. d. 
1 Black Walnut Desk 20 

1 Large Looking Glass 6 

6 Turtle Shell plates 2 

3 China Bowles 1 16 

3 china mugs 1 10 

4 Wine Glasses 1 
12 Tea Cups & Saucers 1 

2 Tea Potts 15 

34 1 

3 Gowns 22 

2 Table Cloths 3 

4 aprons 6 

3 Handkerchiefs 2 15 

4 caps 1 
1 oval Table 3 

7 chairs 7 

44 15 

1 small cupboard 15 

12 Knives & Forks 2 5 

4 pewter porringers 1 16 
1 pewter Bason 9 

4 spoons 4 

1 cheese 1 4 

1 Dripping pan 126 

1 Cullender 126 

1 Brass Ladle 1 9 
1 Tin Candle Box 18 

11 5 

1 10 

10 
3 5 




MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 



55 



s. d. 



1 Small Feather Bed 9 

2 Rugs 6 
1 Blankett 

50 Ibs Pork 

40/ a box over charge 2 Boxes 

Lemons 
1 Large chest 



1 cup board 

bbl Red Herring 

1 coat 

1 Jackett 

2 pr Trowzers 
1 pr Pumps 



1 Flesh Fork 
5 Towwells 
1 Diaper napkin 
1 Tin Lan thorn 
1 Tin Tunnel 
1 Large Bible 
10 Bound Books 



12 Pamphlets 
1 cross cut saw 
1 egg slice 
1 Tin coffee pott 
1 Pott Pickles 



2 cotton caps 

1 Silk Handkerchief 
cord wood 

2 swanskin Jackets 
4 glass Beekers 



Deduct 



POMPEY BLACKMON 



7 yds camblet 

Lw mony 



2 







6 


5 




!S 

50 






3 








81 10 


o 


1 


10 


V 


9 






2 






1 






1 


10 




1 


10 






16 10 


o 




7 6 




1 


17 6 






10 




1 


2 6 






9 




3 






2 


10 






9 16 


6 


2 







13 


10 






5 






7 6 




2 


10 






18 1 


6 


1 


10 






18 




3 


15 




1 


10 




1 









8 13 


o 








225 3 







25 3 






200 







7 






207 







27 12 






56 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

The follow 8 : is an Accompt of the Loss sustained by me the 
Suscriber in the late Fire of the 20 th . of March 1760. 

s. d. 

A Barn, 1 Storey high, 21 Feet long, 16 Feet wide 26 13 4 

A large Black Walnut Table 1 1 4 

3 Pine Ditto 14/. 4 Leather Bottom's chairs 20/ I 14 

6 chamber chairs 18/. 3 chairs do. 8/ 16 
2 Brass Kettles 20/. 2 Iron Pots 9/4 d . 2 pr andirons 8/117 4 

2 Tea Kettles 1. 1 skillet 2/ 1 2 

3 Bed-steads 18/. 1 cord wood 21/4 d . 1 19 4 
1 copper Sawspan 5/4. 1 Trunk 4/, Fire Shovel & 

Tongs 2/8 12 

4 Brass Candlesticks 8/. 1 Copper Lamp 5/4 13 4 
1 Sett of Pewter (Liquid) measures 8 6 
1 Bell Mettle Morter 6/. 1 Coffee Mill 6/ 12 

1 six Q' Jug of Rum 7/4. 2 Bbbls Cyder 13/4 108 

2 pr Scales w th Wates &c 8/. 1 Fender 2/8 10 8 

1 Skimmer 1/6.1 Lanthon 4/ 56 
6 Barrells. 1 Hogshead 21/4. 4 Doz Bottles 12/ 1 13 4 

2 Delph Dishes. 6 Plates 5/4. 1 Riding hood. 1 great 

coat 12/ 17 4 

1 Firkin Pork 8/. Wood Horse 2/8 10 8 

1 pr curtain Rods 6/. 1 Flint Steele 6/ 12 



Total in Law 1 money 44 13 

Boston April 12 th . 1760 

PRUDENCE BRAILSFORD 



An Account of what was lost in the late Fire belonging to John 
Bright whose misfortune it is to be Aged, blind & lame. 

s. d. 

6 shirts & shifts 280 
4 Aprons 10 8 
3 check Handkerchiefs 040 
2 pair of worn 8 Hose 028 
2 pair Mens Ditto 28 
2 Bed Blankets 10 8 
1 Rug 080 
1 Quilt 080 

1 Piller 014 

2 Wiggs 1 15 
1 new 4 Old Towels 040 
1 Large pewter Dish 10 8 

3 Plates 040 
1 Porringer 010 
1 Coffee mill 060 
1 pair Large Brass Scales 040 
1 pair Small Ditto 020 
1 Large Tin Scale 034 
Weights from 7 lbs to ounce, from 

4 lbs to oz Weights 6/. 0,128 

7 lbs to 4 lbs 6/8 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 57 

s. d. 

7 Knives & 7 Porks 040 

1 corner Cupboard 10 8 

3 China Dishes 060 

7 Delf Dishes 030 

6 Earthern pots 023 

3 earthen pudding pans 9i 

1 Half Peck 06" 

1 Tin Quart Oil 

2 pints 2 Half Pints & 1 Gill Ditto 026 
2 Peper Boxes 080 
2 Funels 016 

1 Doz n Skewers 028 

2 Brass Candle sticks 028 
6 Iron Ditto 025 
1 Oyl Lamp 090 

3 Stone Mugs 028 
1 pr Iron Dogs 040 

1 pr new Heeters 10 

1 Hand Saw 060 

1 Closestool Chair 10 8 

1 Arm Chair 080 

2 Black Walnut Chairs 10 8 

3 Kitchen Chairs 040 

4 Boxes 034 
4 Washing Tubs 034 
3 Barrels 040 
1 Large Funnel 014 
3 Clothes Brushes 020 
1 Driping Pan 014 
1 China Bowl 008 
6 Candle Moulds & a Stand 020 
1 Iron Bound Case with ") 

6 2 Quart Bottles . } 

1 Loggerhead to warm Beer 010 

1 Tea pot 005 
6 Cups & 6 Saucers Oil 

2 Caunisters 080 

1 Ax 1 Hatchet, 1 spade, 1 shovel 060 

2 petty coats 060 
1 pair mens shoes good 034 

3 two Bushel Bags 080 
1 Large wooden Tray 010 
A Number Books 4 

A Bedstead 18 8 

3 sashes 080 



18 15 4 
approvd allowd 

her 
SARAH X BRIGHT 

mark 



58 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

An Inventory of Goods lost in the Fire by M" Lidia Brown On 

her own Acco' Mar. 20. 1760, viz. 

. s. d. 

3 sacking. Bedsteads 39 
1 Corded Bedstead 600 
1 Green Harrateen Bed & part of a Red Ditto 125 
1 Red Harrateen Easy chair 30 

10 Chairs Leather Bottoms 30 

5 Cane Chairs 10 

6 Turkey-worked Ditto 24 

4 Kitchen Ditto 400 
1 Elbow Chair 300 

1 Low Ditto 100 

2 Chamber Tables 22 
2 Oval Tables 18 
2 Tea Tables one Japan'd 14 
2 Kitchen Tables 600 

2 Japan'd Tea Boards 12 

1 chamber Looking glass 900 

3 Tea Kettles 10 

2 Ironing Boxes 300 
1 Large Copper Frying pan 500 

1 Brass Ditto 210 

2 pair of Brass andirons 400 

1 Brass Hearth 900 

3 pair of Brass Scales with weights 1 pr large 12 
3 Iron pots 400 

2 Brass Candle Sticks 2 

2 pair of Bellows 300 
1 high Candlestick .400 

11 pewter Candle moulds hard mettle 300 
1 Tea Chest & Canisters 400 

5 Soup plates & 3 Dishes new 900 
1 pewter cheese Dish 100 
1 Copper Chaffing Dish 400 
1 Couch 4 10 

3 Spits & Jack &c 18 
1 Clock 60 



539 

s. d. 

2 pair of Holland sheets fine 27 

4 Holland pillow Cases Do. 4 10 

2 Check aprons 1 10 

1 Chints Gown 600 

1 Quilted petticoat 300 

1 Large Chests 400 

1 gross of Bottles 1200 

1 pair of Stillyards Large 200 

1 Silver Tea spoon large 010 

2 Close-stools & pans 10 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 59 

s. cl. 

15 Ivory handled Knives & Forks. 10 

a number of pictures 4 10 

a Filligree Sconce 500 

2 China Bowles 200 

1 pair of Flat Irons ' 250 

1 Large Brass Skimmer 1 10 

2 Axes and a Saw 14 

2 Tin Stoves 200 
1 Bolster and a Blanket 500 

3 Large Bags of Feathers ab' 50 Ibs 25 
1 Large Handsome press 500 
1 pair of Decanters 300 
1 Case of Drawers 10 
3 pair of Iron Andirons 12 

1 Large pewter Turene 300 

2 pair of Tongs 2 10 

1 Copper Sauce pan 200 
A number of Books with a large Bible 12 

2 Large Folding Boards 3 10 
1 Japaned Corner Cupboard 500 
1 Bell- metal Mortar and 1 Lignum Vitia 600 
1 Driping pan 100 
The Valiants of a Calico Bed 300 
1 Warming pan 4 10 

3 House Brushes 400 
1 Black Quilted Coat 400 



760 15 

and a number of articles in the cellar with some 

other Things so damaged as to be unfit for use. 

s. d. 

1 China Tea pot. 100 

5 China Cups & 5 Saucers. 2 10 

1 Decanter 100 

1 new fine Lawij Apron 2 10 

A Beetle & Wedges 280 

30 w 4 of Try'd up Tallow 600 

5 Ibs Babery wax 126 

A Small Feather Bed. 10 

3 Negros Cribs 1 with Sacking 600 

1 Large Feather Bed ab l 60 Ibs at 10/ 30 

1 Glass Lanthorn 400 

1 Massettntoo Picture } 0100 

1 painted on Glass-gilt frame, j 

2 Brass Chaffing Dishes 1 10 
10 Tin patty pans 10 
7 Sheets of "Tin 15 
2 Doz" Cake Pans 1 15 
A Easy Chair damaged to the value 800 
The Head of a yellow Harrateen Bed 500 



60 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

5 y* 3 and a Quarter of new Irish Linnen 650 

1 china mug 100 

2 Head posts of a Bedstead 100 
2 Coffe Mills 2 10 

2 Cleavers & Choping Knife 300 
4 Wine Juggs Stone 600 

3 large Stone Pickel pots 400 



Old Tenor 869 6 

deduct a Table 7 13 4 



861 7 2 
is L my 

s. d. 

114 16 11 

7 14 4 
another ace' 

allowed 122 11 . 3 

Also Sundry Belonging To M r Rob' Gordon a Gent m Lodger at 
M Browns the following Articles left with s d Brown & is now 
gone to Antigua. Vis. 

Inventor}' of M r Gordons Things lost in the 'late Fire at M rs 
Browns. 

s. d. 

A very fine Broad Cloth Suit of Cloths 70 

Silk & lining for two Suits of Cloaths 38 10 

1 Doz n of Shirts 42 

25 India Silk & Gotten Handkerchiefs 50 

A suit of very fine muslin Curtains for a field Bed. 12 

16 fine muslin Crevats 24 

a number of Towels & Sheets 15 

a rum chest with 1 doz n Bottles hold g 6 Quarts each 15 

a Large Folio Dictionary quite new 15 

a Sett of Popes Works 10 Vols new 15 

a Sett of Popes Homer new 12 

a Sett of the Spectators new 12 

a Sett of the Tattlers new 900 

a Sett of the Guardian new 310 
And a number of other valuable Books in History, 

Geography &c quite new 25 

With money scales & weights 300 

a fine India Counter Pin 20 

an India Chints Gown 12 

a Glass Lanthorn 300 



old tenor 396 

52 16 

Errors Excepted in behalf of my mother Lydia Brown 
DOROTHY BROWNE 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 61 

To the Honourable Select men & Overseers of the Town of 
Boston. 



A True Ace' of the Loss Sustained by Jacob Bucknam in the 
Late Great fire in Boston: 



210 hundred of Screwed Hay at 22/6 


236 








90 hundred of Loose Hay at~17/ 


76 


10 





1 horse 20. 1 pr Hay Screws & tackling 45. 


65 








1 cart saddle 45/. pr Trucks 7. 2 collars 410/ 


13 


5 





2 Bridles 4.10/. 2 Blind Do. 4. 10/. 


9 








1 p r . Large Stilliard 13. 10/ seven B 8 cyder 21. 


34 


10 





3 Barrels Vinegar 18. 1 Iron bound cask 7. 


25 








4 hogs d for Cyder 12. 1 Crosscutt Saw 5. 


17 








1 hand saw 30/. one Hatchett 40/ 


3 


10 





pickled cucumbers & peppers 


5 








Roots 6. barr 1 soap 3. A Gun 6. 15. 0. [?] 


9 


15 





18 empty Barrels 13. 10/. wood & Cole 7. 


20 


10 





2 Large Weights 2. 10/. 1 Doz n Glass Bottles 30/. 4 








1 pr stays 4. 1 great coat 4. 10. 


8 


10 





1 small Dask 3. 10/. 1 Tramell 50/ 


6 








1 stone jug & pickl potts & pickle Tubs 


6 


18 





Old Tenor 


540 


18 





Allowed L money 


72 


2 


5 


JACOB BUCKNAM. 









The Underwritten are a Just Estamate of what was Lost in 
the Late Dreadfull fire which Hapned on Thursday morning at 2 
o'clock the 20 th of March 1760, Lost at the Shop of John Bulfinch 
ship Joyner in Battery march. / 

O. Ten r 

1000 Merchantable Boards all burnt 16 10 

750 clear Ditto 20 5 

3 saws 12 

To stock Tools 30 

To Fitted stuff 18 

To 1 Bench 5 

To 1 Binnacle 5 

To 2 Henn Coops 11 

To 2 chest 9 

To a Boat oars and sails 28 

To a Bed stead 4 10 

To 1000 shingles 6 



Old Ten 1 165 5 



errors excepted L my 22 8 
pr. JOHN BULFINCH 



62 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d.' 

4 Shifts at 35/ 700 

3 under Peticoats 30/ 4 10 

1 Black Quilted Ditto 300 

1 Damisk Table cloth 500 

1 New Fashion'd Muff & case & Gloves 400 

1 Pair Stays 250 
Sundry caps Handkfs & Aprons 200 

2 Tea spoons 200 

3 Short Gowns 3 

2 china Bowles 1 10 

3 china cups 15 

1 Delf Bowl 050 

2 Stone Tea pots 10 
Sundry Books 150 
Sundry Tin ware & Pewter 300 
Two Trunks, 1 Box 1 Basket. 600 



Old Tenor 48 5 



LawfullM. 688 

The above Acco* is a Just and True List of the articles I have 
Lost and the Loss I have sustained in the Late Fire amounting to 
Forty eight Pounds five Shillings Old tenor. 

allowed 
HANNAH BUTLER. 



An Estimate of Mess" Joseph and Winter Calefs Buildings at 
their Yard. 

s. d. 

107 feet of Oak Sill at 4 d pr foot 1158 

580 feet of Pine Timber at 19/ pr 

hund. 583 

4500 foot merchantable board at 

40/ 900 

1500 feet of Oak Joyse at 6/ pr 

hund d 4 10 

8 M. of Shingles at 14/ 5 12 

16 hundred of Clapboards at 7/ 5 12 

31 17 11 

10 Ib. of Deck nails at 7 d 5 10 
3 M. of 20 d Nails at 18/4 pr Ib. 200 

6 M. of 10 d Ditto at 9/ 2 14 

7 M. of6 d Do at6/ 220 

8 M. of 4 d Do at 3/ 140 

8 5 10 

16 Square of feather egd'd boarding at 

3/ pr Squ r 280 

35 Square of framing at 5/ p r Squ r 8 15 

11 Square of Rough floor at 3/ 1 13 
8 Square of Rough boarding at 2/ 16 
Laying 8 Thousand of Shingles at 5/6 240 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 63 

s. d. 
Laying 16 hundred of Clapboards at 5/ 

pr hun d 400 

14 yards of plained door and Windows 

at 15 

50 feet of Weather board 060 

Two Window Frames stuff Included 14 
40 lights of Sash at 4 d p r light 13/4 

Glazing 29/2 226 

23 13 10 

Carters Bill 2 13 4 

Labourer 1 68 

Painters Bill for Paint 100 

500 



68 16 9 
Mill House 

s. d. 

82 feet of Oak sill at 4 d p r foot 174 

450 feet of pine Timber at 19/ pr hun d 456 
800 feet of Oak Joyce at 6/ 280 

2500 foot of Merchantable boards at 

40/ pr M. 500 

5 M. of Shingles at 14/ 3 10 

16 10 10 

21 Square of framing at 5/ p r Square 550 

9 Square of feather edg'd boarding at 

3/ 170 

12 Square of Rough Ditto at 2/ 140 

Laying 5 M. of Shingling at 5/6 1 76 

12 yards of plained Doors at 13 4 

Laying platform and fixing stone for 

grinding bark 200 

11 16 10 

10 Ibs of Deck nails at 7 d pr Ib. 5 10 
1500of20 d nails at 13/4 1 

4 M. of 10 d Do at 9/ 1 16 

1 M. of 6 Do at 3/ 15 

4 2 10 

130 feet of 4 Inch Oak plank for the 

mill 200 

carters Bill 200 

Labourers Bill 13 4 



cash for the mill stone 4 13 



37 3 10 
Bark House 

s. d. 

850 feet of Oak Timber at 4/ p r foot 14 3 4 
4300 of merchantable board at 40/ pr 

thous 8 12 



64 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 



650 feet of Joyce at 6/ pr hund 1 
8 M. of shingles at 14/ 5 


16 
12 





30 3 


4 
8 

4 

8 
the 

6 

6 
8 


12 Ib. of Deck nails at 7 d 
2 M. of 20 d nails at 13/4 1 
5 M. of 10 Do at 9/ 2 
1 M. 6 Do at 6/ and 8 M. 4 d at 3/ 24/. 1 


7 
6 
5 
10 



8 


5 8 


Fraiming 6 31 Squares boarding at 
21/ 9 
Laying 8 M. of Shingles at 5/6 2 
Making Doors and Windows 
Rack and Mainger in the stable part 


2 

4 
15 
13 





4 

19 14. 


Carting 2 
Labour 1 


10 
6 




8 
so T 


Ace' What Loss by Joseph Jun & Winter 
Fire of the March last Viz. 

A Warehouse y d cost by William Miller^ 
Comp d per Ace' of purticulars on by > 68 
Jos. Russell ) 
One 8 Tyleston bill for count g Room 6 


Calef 

16 
2 


sustained in 

9 

9 
74 19 


A Mill House cost computed by s <l Miller ) - 
as p Acco 1 Es d by capt Jos. Russell j 
Cash a mill Stone 7 


3 
3 


10 

8 
44 7 


A Barne or Store for Bark y e . Cost ^ 
Comp d by Will Miller as p acct V 
E d by J. Russell j 
Charge Boards 8eader poasts & Fens g in ~) 
the Tan y y d by s d Miller computed as > 
p ace* of purticulars j 

Blacksmith Bill for Hinges Locks &c. : 
46 Cord Bark as near as Can Computes 32/ 
200 bush 1 Sheath g Haire 
a cheer carridge 

L money 
233 Sides Leather w ch am in hopes are"] 
not all lost w ch we will do all in Our I 
power to Inquire for as att this pres- j 
sant know nothing off at 12/ 




52 3 
5 16 


177 6 

73 12 
6 13 
2 8 


8 


4 



260 
139 16 



3 



Lawfull money 399 16 3 

Boston april 24. 1760. 
allowed Errors Excepted 

JOSEPH CALEF Jun 
E. WINTER CALEF 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 65 

An Estemate of the Personall Estate Lost by Joseph Calef 
Sene r In the Late Fire : Viz'. 

s. d. 

To Dammage of the pitts 13 6 8 

To Dammage of the well and pumps 568 
To Do " Drean 280 

To 3 Water 1 4 

To 1 dusting Tubb 114 

To shovells 13 4 

To C Basquetts 12 

To Currier Tools and Tubbs 6 13 4 

To 3 Curriers Beams 140 

To 4 pairing Knives 112 

To a Iron Rake 068 

To 90 Sides Band Leather 1440 1/4 92 
To 600 Allumd Site Skins 2/ 60 

To 60 Site Skins undressed I/ 300 

To 30 Allumed Sheep Skins for Spunges 

3/ 4 10 

To 36 Dear Skins 14 8 

208 6 

s. d. 

To 50 Allumed Goat Skins 2/ 500 

To 24 D Calf Skins 4/ 4 16 

To 150 Tait Hair 8/ 500 

To a parcell Currieud Site and Sheep 

Skins 12 

To a parcell Horns 500 

To 3 Mouse Hides 26/8 400 

To 100 pair English Shoes 2/8 13 6 8 

To 60 pair Shoes and pumps 5/9 24 15 

To 30 Deer Hair 4/ 10 

To 30 Sheep Wool 1 10 

To 3 Barrells Blubber 18/8 2 16 

To 40 Cord Bark Shaved 32/ 64 

To 4 Large Cedear Frames & Sashes 

21/4 454 

To 5 hhds and 7 Barrells in the Seller 2 14 4 
To 2 Brass Head Swords 8/ 16 

To 40 pair men Gloues 4/ 800 

To a sett Cooper Tools 368 

To 36 Cleavers Horn Handles 6/8 10 16 

172 12 

a Copper Speaking Trumpet 18 8 

To 2 Fire arms 24/ 280 

To 1 do. do 140 

To a saddle 200 

To 1 ditto 13 4 

To 1 Womans Saddle 200 

To a Old Hawser and Sundry Small 

Rigin 500 

To a Well Rope 1 6 8 



66 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

To a Running Takle and Blocks 168 

To 5 pairs Fishermen Boots belonging 1 

to M r Wheelwright 9/4 j 2 6 . 8 

To 1 pair D Thomas Green 9 4 

To a number Waites Lost and dammaged 16 
To a Large Beam 280 

To a Small Do. 168 

24 4 

To a pair Sheets 1 2 yards 912 
They was put into a pair Pillow Bears 2 J 

a bags and is not j^. K A A 
Return'd Since the 

Fire nor cant here 2 Shifts 800 

one werd of them. , . , / TT n 3 \ / .. ^ r\ 

1 sheet (Holland) 6 10 
a pair Pillow Cases 7 10 
3 Aprons 50/ 7 10 



OldTen r 60 2 8 3 

To 4 chairs 2 13 4 

To a chamber Table 16 

To a Frame and Wrighting Desk 13 4 

To 150 pair Snow Shoes Bowes I/ 07 10 

To 34 pairs mauginsons 4/ 6 14 

To 16 pairs Snow Shoes 6/8 568 

To 12 Hauer Sacks 3 12 

To 300 Bnshell Hair 8/ 10 

To Dammage my Mill and Mill Stone 14 
To 4 Guns small arms Burnt ) 

In John Whitten Shoop J 580 

64 13 7 

469 15 7 

To 2 M. Board for my pasture on Fort Hill 3 14 8 

To 28 posts Do 1/4 174 

To M. Board Nails for D 16 

To Carpenter for Labour for Do 280 

To Hinges for the Doors & Staple 2 8 

Lawfull Money 478 14 3 
Deduct for Errors & Over charges . 37 4 

441 10 3 
Boston May 8 th 1760. 
Errors Excepted 

Jos CALEF 

N. B. M r Fairfield and Comperny 
valied my Building which was Burnt 
In the Fire 400 L. M. 
which I have not put in the above 
acco' for the Reason you have it already. 400 

Allowed. 841 10 3 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 67 

An Acc of Lost to be Carried to the Honb 1 the Select Men of the 
Town of Boston being the Personall Estate of Mrs Mary Chandler 

To the Hon b . the Select Men of the Town of Boston. 

Gentlemen. The Following is a just and True Acc of the 
Personall Estate Belonging to Me the Subscriber Burnt in the late 
Fire which was the 20 th of March 1760. 

s. d. 

A Maple Table Four Feet 10 

A Tea Table Black Walnutt 500 

Two Pine Tables 500 

Half Dozen new chairs maple 12 

One Great chair & 3 small ones Comon 500 

A suit of Bleu Curtains & VaUants old. 500 

A Bed-Stead & under Bed 600 

A Looking Glass & Pictures 700 

A Pr of Large Andirons & Flat Irons & Tongs 700 

Pewter plates & Dishes 600 

Tin Ware 60/ Tea Kettle 60/ 600 

Iron Pott & Skillet 100 

Two Yards Ratteen new at 45/ 410 

Lining & Two p r of Stayes one new other old 20 

One Pr Stockings 50/ Candle Sticks & Blankets 30/4 
One Chest & Small Box 300 

One Bible & Sundry Books 5 10 

China ware & Earthen ware &c 700 



old Tenor 119 
Cord wood 6 15 



( 16 15 4) , 
deduct overcharge -j 15 4 r 16 



Old Tenor 125 15 




allowed. 

SAM L CHANDLER 
MART 



An account of the Loss sustained by Charles Connor in the late 
Fire. 

Old Tenor 
s. d. 

60 oz of Pewter at 12/ 36 

4 Brass Candlesticks at 22/6 4 10 

one Bedstead Bed & Blankets 40 

one Chest of Drawers 40 

3 Hund 8 of Brown Sugar 14. 42 

one Barr 1 of Flour 7. 10 15 

10 Barr 1 Bread 7. 10. pr c.w.t 56 5 

60 Bushels Potatoes 15/ 45 

6 Chairs 800 

1 Table 7 10 

\Veights from 1 ounce to 7 pounds j ^ Q 
&c 2 pr Steelyards j 



68 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



24 Guns &c 2 Swords 
2 metaj potts 

2 Copper Kettles 

1 doz knives & Forks 
1 Hanging Compass 
50 Barr 1 Cyder at 70/ 
3000 weight of Cheese 3/6 

6 Barrels of Pork 25. 

7 Barr 8 Beef at 20. 
12 doz Neats Tongues 
1 Sloops mainsail 

Most part of a Ships Rigging 
600 weight of Smoked Beef 3/ 
4 Ban- 9 Spirits at 27/ pr Gall 8 

1 Chest & Cloaths 

12 pair new Shoes at 60/ 

8 doz check Shirts at 40/ 

3 doz white shirts at 60/ 

2 doz Silk Selves at 7/6 

3 Gross Gilt Buttons 7/ pr doz 
1 Hatt 13. 10/. 2 Wiggs 17. 
8 doz Wooden Cans & Dishes 
1 pair stone Earings 

1 Case with 12 Bottles 

4 Brass Kettles 
3 pr Hand Irons 
Spunyarn 2 Hund. W 

13 Barrels of Rum. 
No 1 containing 33f Galls 

2 " 32J 

3 " 34 

4 " 



5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13. 



83 

32^ 
3% 
323 ' 

33 



34. 



at 24/ pr gall 433 Galls 



166 


10 





5 








12 








4 


10 





12 








175 








525 








150 








140 








100 


16 





150 








150 








90 








174 


3 





200 








36 








192 








108 








9 








12 


12 





30 


10 





24 








8 


5 





9 








12 








8 








25 









old Tenor 



Lawful money 
deduct overcharge 

allowed 
Errors Excepted 

CHARLES CONNOR 



2835 11 



519 12 



3355 

447 
33 



414 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 69 

Mrs Mary Cranch 8 Loss Sustained by the Late fire 20 th Mar. 
1760. 

s. d. 

To 1 Barrel of Sope 600 

To 6 doz of Glass Bottles 600 

To 5 chears, bread Trough & a pail of 7 doz eggs 4 10 

To 2 freing pans Spits & Tinn Ware 4 10 

To puter plates Dishes & Knives forks & Hatchet 6 15 

To a Table folding board & Tramels 2 10 

To a pot skillet pails & Brushes 2 15 

To 4 Barrels & 1 ceg of syder 800 

To pork beef & 2 powdering Tubs 700 

To Washing Tubs pails & a Tub of Cloaths 6 10 

To Sundrys Earthen Ware & Stone &c , 12 



old Tenor 66 10 



allowed. MARY CRANCH. 8 17 4 

Lost & Destroyed in y e Late fire in Boston March 20. 1760 the 
fowlowing Articles. 

s. d. 

To a Barrill of Soap 700 

To Salt 30/ Pork 90/ 600 

To a Iron Pot 27/ Skillitt 18/ 250 

To a Large Canester 4 10 

To other Tiner Ware 300 

To Wood 6. Barrils 5. 11 

To a large Paire of Scales Beame & waites 600 

To 2 Small Paire of Ditto 4100 

To a Looking Glas 300 

To a Cradell 4. Wood Horse 20/ 500 

To 8 Bottels of Snutf at 15/ 600 

To Earth an Ware 500 

To Empty Bottels 200 

To 2 Tramels 4. 10. /. Chaf dish 45/ 6 15 

To 2 'Fosters 20/ Grate Iron 15/ 1 15 

To Shovell & Tongs 300 

To 4 Chairs at 22/6. 4 10 

To a Lignum tia Morter 250 

To 3 Candlesticks at 6/ 18 

To a Iron Jack 615 



Old tennor 91 3 
a skreen 3. 1 ax 20/. 4 10 



95 13 
ABIGAIL CROSS Widow 
Allowed 13 13 8 



A List of the Loss Sustained By Mary Cross March 20. 1760. 
By the Great Fier. 



70 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



J bb 1 Pork 

2 bushels potatoes 

15 lb butter 

1 croscut Saw 

1 hand Saw 1 whip 

1 Large Iron Gardin Rake 

3 dozn Round bottls 

1 Large Iron pot. 1J pail full 
6 Large Earthin potts 

4 puding pans 

9 Case Knives & forks 

a Lingum vitey pesel & morter 

5 pilebers & f ether pilers 
1 Tin Lamp 

3 Large wooden Trayes 
1 Brass Ladle 
1 Iron Sclet fraimes 
1 P r flat Irons 

10 barrells 

3 washing Tubs 

1 bb 1 sope 

1 maple Table 

14 Iron Skuers 

1 Large Tea Bo rd 

3 Larg 3J foot picters 

1 flesh fork 

1 new chafing Dish 

3 puter poringers 



8 puter spoons 

3 Tin pots 

1 Large Dish cover 

1 Ston Jugg 

1 new wood ax 

7 flag Botom chears 

1 Jar of oyle 

1 Large wooden funell 

5 p r Boys Stockings 

1 Cod Line 
sum ston muggs 

2 pr Shoos 2 pr pattons 

1 P r Gloshoos 

2 shifts 

2 white & 2 checkt aprons 

4 Boys shirts 

3 Corse Towels & 3 Table Cloaths 
1 Diper Table cloth 

1 Bolster 

1 pr and Irons 

1 spining wheale 



Old Ten r 






s. 


d. 


7 


10 





2 


5 





4 


10 





10 








5 








2 


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4 


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4 








12 





2 


15 





1 


10 





7 











9 





1 


7 





1 


10 





1 


10 





2 


10 





6 


10 





1 


10 




6 








1 


10 





1 


10 





2 


10 





4 


10 








10 





2 


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1 


10 





89 


12 





1 


4 








15 








15 








18 





1 


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10 


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2 


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1 


15 





2 








4 


10 





1 


10 





6 








6 








2 


10 





4 








2 


10 





3 








2 


10 





1 


15 






MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 71 

s. d. 

2 See chists 6 10 

2 12 bottle Casses 800 

1 Leather Trunk 210 

2 Quadrants 18 
A. Number of Navigation Books & Instruments 10 

3 mackrell Lines & Leads hooks &c 3 10 
2 Setts of Coopers Tools 60 
about 30 Ibs Logwood 1 10 
20 lbs Tow Yarn 250 

1 Childs Cradle 300 
40** Chalk 1 10 

2 Large Puter Dishes 10 

6 hard metle Best platts 500 



279 19 

1 Cheas 2 10 

all my Childs Bead Linin 900 

1 new & 1 half worn Jacket Dubl Brested 9 10 

1 Sacking Bottom Bed Stead 7 10 

1 Small Do. 2 10 

1 Large Brass Candle sticks 1 10 

2 Iron D 100 
Sundry small artkles in my shop winders & upon ) in A n 

y e Shelves. j 

5 lb8 Coffee 1 10 

AH the Books in my hows to the numb r of 40 10 

17 New broomes 2 10 

2 Large W. India mats 2 10 

2 foot wood & 266 Ib8 Coal 3 10 

2 sheets & 2 Blankets 900 
1 frying Pan 2 10 
4 Diaper Napkins 400 

3 fanns 110 
3 Ruffells & Sum Ribons "I 300 
3 Capps & Gloves } 

Sum Tee Cups & Bols ) 500 

& Glasses in ye Bofat j 
Sundres artkles that was saved which Rec'd con- 1 Q A A 

sidrebell Damige j 



376 
deduct for sund" overrated 11 



Lawfull money 365 

48 13 4 
allowed. 

MARY CROSS. 

Sundrey Chalk Scoars that 
I had which I intirely Loose 
to about 18 



72 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

to the ginttell men of the Select men of Boston an a Count of 
the Loses we have suf ard By the Late fier at the shed on the 20 of 
March 1760 Eben r Cashing and Son. 

s. d. 

to a Boat of 1 5 Foot Complated 75 

to Repairing of Boat of 14 Foot 20 3 

to a Boat of 1C Foot Rais'jl & Fram'd 17 

to 7 peases of tember 9 foot 2 14 

to 2 Axess and 2 Adeses 700 

to 2 moles 1 10 

to 2 hansores 20 

to 2 wipsores 20 

to 1 turening sores 200 

to 2 Chilles 10 

to 1 grate Claw hamer 1 10 

to 4 hamers 15 

to 2 smueing planes 150 

to 6 Orgers 1 10 

to a Bead plain and Rabet planes 10 

to 6 gmllets 15 

to 1 grinston fraem and troth 400 

to 1 Conew 900 

to a nother Conew 900 

to a set of Corcking irons. 6. 076 

to 2 Coring malates 1 10 

to 1 Barill of turik 10 2 6 

to 1 tackell foil and Blockes 600 

to 4 pair of gripes 250 

to 4 pair of uper Ribens 4 Loner 4 10 

to 1 Lavell squer and Barell 15 

to 2 Chistes 250 

to 2 ouers of 15 foot and Bothuck 1 10 

to 1 dason of moldes 250 

to seaves and Ropes 015 

to the sawpit and Bench 400 

to 2 Roules 1 

to 2 hansouer files 2 wip so files & sets. 096 

to 1 shod shuell 15 

to 12 fad em of 3 Inch Rope 4100 



220 
one half tack of and c'arid 
to my son a count 

Errors Ecepted EBEN B GUSHING f r 

self & Son 



to the Loses By the fier at my dweling hous 

s. d. 

to 1 sheat 3 shurtes 4 shefts 16 

to 3 aprens 3 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 73 

s. d. 

to 1 dozen of Cors Cloathes 250 

to 6 fouer Back Chears 400 

to 1 Bedsted and Cord 3 10 

to 1 gall Ironten 2 10 

to 1 loren Box 200 

to 1 ax and ads 3 10 

to 1 nu half Barell 126 

to 1 frien pain 150 

to 1 Bred throuf 100 



39 12 

to a number of all sortes of Roof Cafendr tules of 
my fathear In Law pleanes of all sortes smuen 
planes 

Rabet planes fouer planes ginters Bed planes 2 
sores querter Roundes mosd eny oges ploues 
squers corushes droving nife squears gages Chiles 
for new gouges orgers & ads and a number of 
outher artekels to the valey of twenty pounds 20 

Carried to Sons account one half the sum jiin Q 
on the other side 



EBEN R CUSHING old Tenor 169 12 

allowed 29 5 



An Inventory of Sundry Household Goods that did belong to 
M r Edward King that were Consumed & damaged in the late Ter- 
rible Fire Viz' 

s. d. 

2 Pine Tables 4 10 
11 Joyners Chairs 22 
1 Roundabout D 500 
8 Kitchen D 800 
1 Tea Kettle 4 10 
1 Small Bress D 4 10 

3 Bed steads & Cords 12 

4 Large Chests 600 
1 Writing Table 4 10 

1 Block Tin Tea pot 1 Cream D 3 10 

2 Large Underbeds of Oznag r . 10 

1 D of Tick 300 
4 Washing Tubbs 400 
10 Empty Barrells 7 10 
60 lb of Sugar 9 15 

2 Large Leggs of Beacon . 500 
about 25 lbs of Corn d Beef 300 
about 1 5 lb8 of Choice Pork 3 
10 Shirts & Shifts 20 5 
Sundry rnens & childrens ") 

Coats Jacketts Breeches & v 37 10 
Stockings &c ) 



74 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



2 Wooden Boxes 

1 D w th a skt of Shoemakers Tools 

3 Pecks of Salt 
3 Guns at 7 10 

1 Large gun Barrell 

2 Bayonetts & ammunition 
1 Trammell 

1 Drum 



a parcel of Books 

1 Dozen Knives & Forks 
Pewter 

2 Large Se.t Wash Tubbs 
a Beaufat & furniture 

2 Table Cloths 

2 p r Scales & Weights 

a Brass Warming pan 

Tin Ware 

1 Riding Slay 

1 Dozen Shod Shovels 

8 Dozen of Truss Hoops 

1 pair of Silver Knee Buckells 

1 new frying pan 

1 Dozen of axes Untempered 

1 Case of Draws damaged 

1 ovel Table 

J Load of Hay 

Horse & Cart Tackling & Other horse furniture 

a Cart & Sledds 

an Iron Pott & Kettles 

a p r of Larg Stilyards 

a pr of Temple Spectacles 



old Tenor 
Deduct 15 



allowed 

Boston April 14. 1760 
Errors Excepted 






s. 


d. 


4 


10 





5 










15 





22 


10 





4 


10 





2 


5 





2 


5 





5 


10 





224 


15 








s. 


d. 


15 








2 


5 





1 


10 





3 








35 








1 








12 








2 


5 





1 


15 





9 








6 








12 








3 








2 


5 





5 








25 








9 








9 








30 








30 








6 








3 








2 


5 





225 


5 





224 


15 





450 








67 


10 





382 


10 





51 









EDWARD KING 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 75 

An Account of Sundrys Burnt in the Late Fire Belonging To 
James Lamb March 20. 1760. 

s. d. 

A Barn 120 

5 yds Superfine Blue Cloth 10.10 52 
4 yds Brade Gold lase 8.0 32 
2 marvel Slabs 30 
2 Saddles & 3 Bridels 23 
2 Coats 26 
2 Jackets 24 
a Chister Draws 20 
a Black Silk knitt pattron 15 
a new Gray Wig 12 

1 Gross Double washd Buttons 11 

a Scarlet jack' 10 10 

13 Mink Skins 15. / 9 15 

a Sacking Battom Bedsted 12 

2 Bedsteds & cords 10 
a Black Walnutt Table 10 

a Quirl of Roap 7 10 

a p r Black Velvet Erich" 7 10 

2 Blankets 7 

a black Walnutt chair 6 

6 Red Fox Skins 20/ 6 
2 otter Skins 5 

an Iron Bound Hogshed 4 10 

a Black Worsted Breech 9 patron 4 10 

a New Trammel 4 10 

a Loaf Sugar 5 

2 oz Burnt Silver 4 10 

3 Syder Barels 3 

4 Straw Bottom Chairs 3 
2 Flatt Hoop tubs 3 
a Folden Board 3 
2 Bushels Meal 3 

2 Silver Tea Spoons 1 10 

5 yds Beaver Coating 2.5 115 
4 yds Bear Skin 2.5 9 

| yd Blue Drab 8. 6 

6 Bags Silk twist Buttons 3.10 21 



Old Tennor 564 10 

JAMES LAMB 

allowed 72 8 



Account of Sundrys Beloning to Sarah Larkin which was 
Burnt Lost & Damaged in the Late Fire 

s. d. 

4 Setts of Furniture for Desk 18 00 

1 paire of And Irons 2 50 



76 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



2 Chairs 

6 yds Gold Lace 

2 new Gepan d Muggs 

1 Bedstead 

Glass and Chaney Broke 

Chairs Burnt & Broke 

Desk Broke 

Damage Done y e Jack 



Old Tenor 

Law 1 Money 
allowed 



SARAH LARKIN 
lives opposite Secretary Oliver. 



s. d. 
200 
900 
1 10 
1 10 

10 
2 




44 17 

5 19 6 
500 



Inventory of Meriam Lawson's Sustaind by the Late 


terrible 


Fire viz 1 









s. 


d. 


1 House in Water Street 800 








3 Sack in Bottom Bedsteads 20 








6 Good Chamber Chairs 6.0/ 6 Kitchen d 60/. 9 








1 Ovel table 3. 10/. 1 Tea ditto 2. O/. 5 


10 





1 Square ditto 3. 15/. 2 Old Fashion Case of draws 






60/ 6 


15 





1 Large Folding Board 40/. 1 Close horse & Line 26/3 








1 new Spining Wheel & Real. 4 








1 pair Bellows 25/. 1 frying pan & Beason. 27/6. 2 


12 


6 


1 pair Flatt Irons 1 Fender 2 Trammels 3 


10 





1 Iron Kettle 2 pair Stillyards 3 


5 





2-12 Bottle cases 4 doz quart Bottles 17 








1 Case of Candles Molds 7/6. Candlestick & Snuffers ) 






1 gridiron & Trivett } 1 


15 


6 


1 Large Tea Kettle 1 good Brass Jack 13 


10 





1 pepper Mill & Box 40/. Sundry Tin Ware 18/. 2 


18 





Sundry Woodware 12. 5/. Sundry Iron do 9. 10/. 21 


15 





6 Basketts Sund y Chaina Glass & Earthen 11 


14 





1 Looking Glass. 2 Pictures Sund y Books 11 








2 pair Sheets & other Linnen 4 Curtains 14 








3 Brushes 2 pair Tongs 1 Brass pott Lid 3 


17 





1 Gold Ring 1 Tea Spoon 10 Knives & Forks 4 


15 





2 Blanketts 2 Pillows 1 Bolster & 1 Counterpin 10 








970 


7 





"^.TTT^T I TIT T 1 TTT'^fkTlT 






iVLlKIA.H J-^A WoU-W 

allowed . 129 


7 


7 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 



77 



Acco* of Goods lost in the fire 20 th March 1760. 

To one hhd Sugar 

To one hhd \ of Sugar 

To one Q r hhd of Sugar 

To half hhd of flour 

To a cask of Starch 

To ten cheeses 

To pork and Beef 

To Butter 

To six pound of coffe 

To Salt 

To Meal & Malt 

To Rice 

To Sope 

To hogs fatt 

To too Cases of draws 

To too tables 

To Six Chirse 

To Sund chairs 

To four Bed stits 

To a number of Augres 

To a parsel of Caulking tools 

To three pound of pepper 

To indigo 

To an Ax and ads 

To five Stone potts 

To flatt irons and candel sticks iron box 

To a driping pan and choping knife 

To a pessel and morter testing iron 

To five trays and citching tables 

To a toilite and stand 

To a pair of Bellos and broom brush 

To three doz of Bottles to Sundrs of erthen ware 

To a porrig pot and cittles and Seven pales 

To a mans coat and bed Quilt and a poplin gown 

To a parsel of lead and beam of a scles and Brass 

scales 

To a parsel of knives and forks 
To two Bushells of onions 



SARAH Low 



LMy 






s. 


d. 


16 








21 








4 


10 





3 


15 





13 








32 








15 








2 


10 





1 


16 





1 


17 





2 


5 





1 


17 





7 


10 





2 


5 





20 








6 








12 








9 








20 








5 


8 





4 








1 


19 





1 


5 





2 








4 


10 





4 








2 








3 


5 





5 








2 


5 





3 


12 





3 


9 





3 


15 





15 








ass 
4 








1 








2 


5 





261 


1 





34 


16 


1* 



An Account of the Loss Joseph Lowden Boatbuilder Sustained 
by the late fire March 20 th 1760 

s. d. 

One Boatbuilders Shed Valued at 350 

One Blacksmiths Shop Valued at 220 

Boat Timber amounting to 30 

Oak plank and boards 20 



78 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 








s. 


d. 


Tools 


15 








Moulds Ribbons &c for a Boat 


30 








Old Tennor 


665 








JOSEPH LOWDEN L M 


88 


13 


4 


allowed. 








Account of the Loss Sustained by the Late Fire 


in Boston by 


John Mellus Viz' 













s. 


d. 


A Sign 


40 








10 Basketts charcoal 


2 


10 





a Chair Body 


17 








a Chimney 


25 








carpenters work in the front Windows ) 
& the Shutters } 


28 








Window weights 


2 


5 





Table Leaf & Draw 


3 


10 





Powder Box & Drawers 


7 








a Cink 60/. cup board 30/. 3 Stands 60/. 


7 


10 





a Canvis Shade. & the wood & painting 


4 


10 





a Vise 35/. Razors 45/. 


4 








Glass 43 Squares at 7/6. 


16 


2 


6 


Door & Lock 


6 








Shelves 1 Bench 1 Stool 1 chair ) 
1 Hair Pott & Pail j 


3 








a Grey Wigg 


20 










186 


7 


6 


deduct 


16 


4 


6 




170 


3 





Law 1 M y . 

4 


22 


13 


8| 



Errors Excepted 

JOHN MELLUS 



An Account of the Loss Sustained by Joseph Marion in the late 

Terrible Fire 20 th March 1760. 

s. d. 

A large chest wherein was a pair plus breeches ~) 

a black Jackett, a beaver hatt and the Outside of > 16 
a black Coat & Sundry other articles ) 

a trunk of Valuable books 15 

two Family pictures & 1 coat of arms 15 

46 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 79 

s. d. 
a handsome trunk with Sundry Articles in it 

2 canes, two Ruggs & a brown holland Sheet 
5 Chairs & 1 Kitchen Table 

5 Knives & four forks. 8 pewter plates & 1 dish, 
an Iron two quart.Skillet & 1 brass Sauce pan 

an Ironing box & heaters & stand, five quart muggs 

3 porringers 3 large Earthen dishes. 2 pint muggs } 45 
3 white Stone cups, stone pickle potts. 1 pair double 

flint Decanters & 2 pitchers. cord of wood. 
3 forms beer barrell tubs Cags Sundry boxes 

6 pair of fire buckets, a Letter Case & muff. 

a pair of Leather Breeches & pair of Stockings 
Sundry other Articles 



91 
Jos MARION 

12 2 8 
Joseph Marion in Lindalls Buildings. 



An Inventory of Watt is Consumed belonging to y e Estait of 
Edward Mann by the Lait Fier Consumed. 

s. d. 

To \ a Doz n of chairs at y e First Coarst 016 

To one mapell Chair 060 

To one copper Sarce pann 060 

To one Brass Skillett 060 

To one chist 18 

To one pair of Sheets 12 

To one Old Bead 12 

To a Doz" of Kniefs & Forks 050 

To one Bell 16 4 

To one Fierlock 1 16 

To three candlesticks at I/. 030 

To three pair of Woosted Stockings at 16 

To one Coodlyne 1 050 

Law 11 Money 7 14 4 
Boston May ^ 6. 1760. 

EDWARD MANN 



An Account of the Loss sustained by Sarah Manson in the Fire 
which happened in Boston March 20 th 1760. 

s. d. 

a strip'd Cotton Gown 300 

a pair 300 

a Bible 150 

2 Shifts 2 10 

a pair new worsted Stockings 250 



80 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



a long Cravat 

5 Holland Caps Cambric Borders 

a pair white Thread Gloves 



Test 
Sam 1 Procter. 



Law 1 Money 

her 

SARAH X MANSON 
mark 



s. d 

10 

1 5 

15 

14 10 

1 18 8 



Acco' of my loss by the Fire 20 th March 1760. 
1 Bedsted & Cord 
1 under Bed 
1 Small Brass Kittle 
1 Brass Skillet 
8 chairs 

1 Ovel Table 

2 Squar Ditto 
1 Candle Iron 
1 Iron Pot 

1 Iron Skillet 

1 Ironing Box & Heators 

1 Plate Pewter 

1 Spining wheel & Real 

3 Washing Tubs 
1 Small chest 

1 Doz & \ Books 

Sundrys Earthen & Glass 

1 Tea Canester 

1 Cradle 

1 Frying Pan 

1 Table Cloath & 6 Towels 

2 Sheets 1 Short Gown 

2 Baskets 

1 Shovel & Tongs 
1 Doz & \ Bottles 
J Doz knives & Forkes 

3 Spoons & Salt Sellers 
1 Lan thorn 

1 Small Cag 
1 Bread Tray 
1 Pair Hand Irons 
1 Gridiron 

1 Barrel 

2 meal Bags 

1 Ston Jar 4 Plats 

5 Porringers 2 Pitchers 

3 Pans 2 Salts. 2 Basons 



2 










10 







8 







5 





1 


10 







10 





1 


10 







2 





1 










5 





1 










2 


6 


1 










10 







10 





2 








1 










4 





1 










10 








15 





1 











10 





1 








1 


16 





2 











7 


6 





10 








7 


6 





10 





1 


10 








5 








6 








15 








10 








15 





I 









MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 81 

B. d. 

5 Wine glasses. 2 mugs 15 

2 Bowls 4 Potts 100 

1 Hand Brush 1 Broom 9 

2 Pails 2 wooding Bowls 15 
1 Skimer 1 Ladel 030 
1 Seive 1 tin tunnel 076 



Old Tenors 33 3 



allowed 4 8 

DORTHY MARIOK 



Boston May 7. 17GO. 
Gentlemen. 

The Subcriber Lost in the Late fier of the 20 th March 
Last a Brick hous in Mackrel Lane that was well finesh d . & Slated 
and accomodated With Out houses convenantly, worth one hundred 
& thirty three pounds f Law full Money hath Rented for Many 
years past for Eight pounds & Should have had Ten pounds a year 
from the next Quarter which was near up. 

ye Humb 1 Ser 1 

THO" MARSHALL 
To the Gentlemen Select men 
of the Town of Boston allowed 133. 6. 8. 

An Estimate of the loss Sustained in the Late fire by Hugh 
Moor as nigh as at present can be recollected Viz 4 . 

In the cellar. 

3 Barrells Cyder & y e Barrells 15 

200 lb Beef at 2/ 20 

42 lb Butter at 5/ 10 10 

3 Barrells Soap & Barrells 22 10 

Potatoes & Sundry Sawce 4 10 . 

9 Empty Barrells & 6 Washing Tubbs 12 

3 Empty hh ds 3 15 

40 lb Try'd Tallow , 900 

3 Butter Tubbs 1 10 
140 lb Pork at 2/6 17 10 
Sundry Other small articles in the Cellar salt eggs &c 8 

In the Room & up stairs 

2 Tables pine for Kitchen 600 

2 Tram inells & lp r hand irons 11 

6 chairs 7 10 

4 Bedstead & 1 folding Board & Cords 15 10 

5 p r Shoes 700 
chanay Curtains Rods & Tails 10 
2 large chests & a Case & Bottles 15 

7 sheets at 60/ 21 
mens cloaths of Sundry Sorts 21 
110 Ells of Oznabrigs at 5/ 27 10 
1 p r flat Irons & Box Irons 2 10 



82 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

s. d. 

f w Sug r & Barrell 15 

China Deph & Glass ware 800 

Pewter & Sundrys in the Kitchen 10 

& Sundry Other small things in the garret ) 20 

& other Rooms j 

Hay & Bran 23 

a Count'g house 60 

1 Cord wood Cost 7 10 

Cart Tackling 10 

1 Sled 500 

1 Saddle & Bridle 900 



450 15 
Boston April 18. 1760 

Errors Excepted. HUGH MOORE 

allowed 60 2 



1760. April y e 17 the acomp* of what I Lost in the Late fler. 

s. d. 

2 Bariles of Sider 10 

2 good amty sider Bariles 200 

4 Dozin of glas Bottels 4 10 

4 good washing tubes 200 

a Beaf Baril and 2 Pickel Pots 2 10 

a Coard & half of wood 12 

2 Water Hogsits 2 good water paels 1 10 

1 Hogsit of Ashis 100 

a half Baril of Sope gres 400 

Parte of 2 Barils of sas & half Baril ) 300 

of smol Bear. j 

a good wood hors and wood ax 3 10 

thre good amty Bariles and 1 good Cher 400 

a hous Brush and stand 2 10 

a sat of Pinking Irons 250 

a Parte of Cantel of Eating fish 2 00 

glas and Chane 4 10 

a fier shufil and Chafendish 250 

Tea Kitel and Candel Box 3 10 

a Looking glass 250 

a trunk of Cloas 20 

Part of 2 Bariles of meal 200 

a chist of hops 4 10 

Parte of a Baril of Brand 100 

a sute of Calico Curtings and Linen 12 

Stockings and shoues 1 10 

Cloes Line and folding Board 3 10 

a Large Bundel of shingles 110 

a Large Cloas Baskit and a Boer Cot 250 

tan Large Earthen Pots 200 

a Quilten fraim 18 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 83 

s. d. 

2 mel Bags 100 

a Bag of salt 10 

a Hogsit of sand 200 

Puter and Knifs and forks 2 10 
Curten Rods and head Bord 



with mane other trifels r 



127 13 
deduct 7 13 



120 

JAMES PRICHARD 

16 15 
Allowed 



An Account of the Personall Estate Burnt &c by the Late fire 
that belonged to Joseph Richardson Mar 20 th 1760. 

s. d. 

To a Press Beadstead 1 17 4 

To 1 Cloth sett Tout 200 

To a Cloth Coat & Briches 1 17 4 

To a Cornish head Cloth & Valians 16 

To a pair new Shoes 4 

To nine Doz n Bottles 114 

To a Gown 12 

To a Capuchion 8 

To 2 yds Perchian 10 8 

To 4 yd 9 holland at 5/4 140 

To two Picktures 2 8 

To one pair Brass Branches & Chimnie hooks 13 4 

To a frying pan & flesh fork. 6 8 

To three Brass Candle Sticks 12 

To three Chairs 8 

To a Safe 12 

To two Large Washing stools 6 

To three Washing Tubbs 8 

To nine Barrels 18 

To a Axe & Wadges 8 

To two Cord Wood 200 

To 30 W* Bacon 12 

To a Time peice & Waits &c. 18 8 

To one Iron Bound hh d 4 

To a Large Spy Glass. 12 

To a Sword 10 8 

To nine china Cups & Saucers 8 

To one Doz" Glasses & Six Bakers 12 

To a Broom Brush 2 8 

To a Parcell Books 168 

To three White Aprons 16 



Errors Excepted 23 8 

JOSEPH RICHARDSON 



84 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Boston May y e 2 : 1760. 

Capt in Benoni Smith Lost by the Great fier on the 20 th of 
March Last', Burn'd oute In Mackrell Lane the folowing Goods. 

s. d. 

2 Gross & New Bottles at 40/ 500 
to Cash Lost 2 11 
to Cord Wood In the Cellar 12 
foulding Board & Close horss In the Kitchin 12 

3 Emty Barrils In the Kitchin 10 6 
Tubbs & Sunderis 12 
Kitchin furnitur &c 10 
2 Store Cheasts 18 



Errors Excepted. 11 

MART SMITH 

allowed. 








s. 


d. 


1 Bed, 2 Bolsters, Coverlid and Quilts 


18 








Sundry valuable Tools 


20 








1 Bedstead a p r Curtain Rods 


9 








mahony Stand 


2 








Buffet with sundry things belonging to it. / 


10 








1 pr Irons 2 pr Heaters 


1 


10 





2 Tables and a frame of Chest & Draws 


5 








9 Chairs, 2 two quart Skillets Brass 


15 


5 





"Warming Pan 1 p r Brass Irons 


7 








\ Doz Candle moulds 2 Barr 8 Cyder, three empty. 


10 


10 





3 Stone Potts w tt pickles. 4 ads. 2 Firkins empty. 


5 


10 





3 pr Shoes, 1 p r Goloshoes, 2 p r Clogs 3 pr Hose 


9 








2 Brushes a Broom doz knives and forks 


2 


15 





2 Dishes 2 Plates, doz Skewers and forks 


3 








Coffee Mill, 1 p r And Irons 


2 


10 





3 Candlesticks, some china and sundry things broke 


7 


10 





Meal Trough Candle Box 


1 








1 Stow, 2 quart tin pot 


2 








Skimmer 




10 





& Sundry other things lost 


2 








Old Tenor. 134 








L. Money 


17 


17 


4 


An Account of ") 








Mehetable Snodens Loss in y e 








late fire on y e 20 th March 1760. \ 








lives near Dr W m Clark 








widow & 1 Child MEHETABLE SNODEN 



The Loss Sustained by Robert Taylor in the Late fire to the 
Nighest Computation. March 20 th . 1760. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 85 

To Soal Leather & Last. 12 12 

To two beadsteads and three bead coards. 12 15 

To 1 spinning wheel 1 trammel 1 flat Iron and brass 

skillet 830 

To 1 Table half barrel flour 1 Doz n Bottles 11 8 

To 1 saw 1 axx and halfe coard of Wood. 8 10 

To China Ware 400 

To 1 Barrel Potatoes 1 barrel turnips 1 empty barrel ) 

and a washing tub } 

To 1 Chair 1 rowling pin 1 Hogshead and Iron ) ,, _ 

bound half barrel. } 

To 1 Clothes Line 1 p r hooks 1 piece binding and j 4 o A 

two pales . j 

To 1 Cheafing Dish 1 pair of buckskin Glouves and ) . . 

1 Ink horn j 

To 1 Great Coat 2 Nives and 1 Candlestick. 10 

To 1 tea spoon 2 pair of shoes and a Wood Horse. 8 12 6 
To 2 treas 1 can. 2 butter pots and halfe Doz n . ) 1 ^ o 

wooden plates. j 

To 1 Blanket 1 puter Bason and four puter spoons. 440 
To 1 Barrel Lamblack 1 Ceeler 3 shelves and cuting ") 9 1ft 

Board. J 

To 4 Napkins and two table cloths 600 



old tennor 107 12 6 
deduct 7 12 6 



100 



Lawful Money 14 
Errors Excepted allowed. 

ROBERT TAYLOR. 



An Inventory of Sundrys Burnt in the Late Great Fire Belong- 
ing to Mary Waldo widow Boston March 20 th . 1760. 

s. d. 

2 Black Walnott Draws & the fraim of Chest Draws. 18 
6 Black Walnott Leather Bottom Chairs new 48 
1 Ovall Maple Table 6 15 

1 Small Kitchin Table 1 10 
5 Straw Bottom Chairs Cost 50/ p r . 12 10 

3 children chairs one of y m Black Walnott 2 10 

2 Cord d Bedsteads 600 
1 p r Iron Snuffers 040 

1 Callaco Quilt 6 15 

2 pound Canisters 200 
1 Japp d Tea Table 4 10 
1 pr Money Scails 1 10 
1 Cradle painted Green 5 10 
1 Brass Kittle Six pail full 12 

1 Copper pott one pail full 7 10 

2 Tea Kittles one Two Quart y e other Six Quart. 800 



86 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



1 Copper Sauspan one point new 

1 Brass Ladle & Skimmer 

1 flatt Copper Candlestick 

1 p r Iron Candlesticks Brass Rim'd 

1 Iron frying pan 

1 Iron Dripping pan 

1 Iron Chaffindish 

1 Delpu Pudd g Dish 

1 Cooller about 8 Quarts 

8 pewter plates 

1 Hard Mettle Quart pott 

1 Tin Collender 

1 pr Wool cards new 

1 point Bason 

1 Linning Spinning Wheel 

1 Case Bottles holds one Gall & points 

1 Empty Case for Bottles 

1 doz n Quart Bottles 

1 pr Kitchin Andirons 

1 p r flatt Irons 

2 Small Stone Judgs 
1 Box Iron & Heater 
1 Large Bread peal 

1 p r New Gallowshoes English 

8 Enamell China Cups & Sausers 

2 Ditto Do. Tea potts. 
2 D. Do. canisters 

1 D. D. Cream pott 

1 D D Sugar Dish 

1 D D Boat 

1 D D Sauser for Tea pott 

& other China 

1 Quart Decantpr Double flint 
Sundry Wine Glasses Beakers &c 
1 Mahogona Waiter 






s. 


d. 


2 


5 





3 








1 


15 







15 





2 


5 





2 


10 





1 


10 








15 








10 





4 








1 


10 





1 


2 


6 


1 


2 


6 





7 


6 


3 


10 





1 


2 


6 





12 





2 








3 


10 





2 


5 







15 





2 


5 








5 





2 


10 






45 



200 
300 

1 10 



1 Spitt 

1 Gilt Corner Cubbart 

4 Volume of Palmela 

4 Pictures in frames Glaz'd 

1 Ditto Glaz d 

1 pr Kitchin Bellows 

Sundry Books of Value 

1 child Silver Spoon ) 

1 Tea Spoon Silver j 

1 Sett Brushes new Almost 

Omitted. 
6 Ib Cotton wool at 12/6. 



236 16 

1 10 

3 15 

8 



5 
10 



3 5 
2 15 



265 16 
3 15 







MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 87 

s. d. 

2 Hoop Petticoats 1 pr Stays 10 10 

1 Coffee Mill 1 10 



Old Tenor 281 11 



Is L. M. 37 10 

MART WALDO. 



Mary Hawk Widow & her Daughter Mary Bardin with Four 
small Children having saved nothing but what was on their Backs, 
of any value the following acct of the Loss they sustained. 

s. d. 

10 high Back 4 chairs 3/4 1 13 4 

4 common chairs 2/8 10 8 

1 feather Bed & 2 pillows 300 

a chest of Draws 168 

t pr Flat Irons , 8 

1 Corded Bedsted 8 

1 New Tea kettle 10 8 

1 new Bread Trough 2 

1 Iron pott 4 

1 new Hogshead ,. 4 8 

1 Large Frying pan 3 4 

2 Iron Bound Casks 6 
1 pr Bellows 3 
1 half Barrell 1 4 

1 small chest 1 8 

2 foot wood 6 
2 Straw Beds 16 
Knives & forks 5 
1 China Bowl 2/5 2 Earthend 2/2 47 
1 doz wine Glasses 4 
Beaker & Cans 3 
1 sieve I/. 1 pr Large stays 8/. 9 
1 Brass Candlestick .40 
6 Scuers, 1 Pepper Box & a piece of Tinware 6 
1 Cradle 5 

1 Quilting Fraim 2 8 

2 Bibles & about 18 Bound Books 12 
1 small Looking glass 3 6 
All their own Linneri* their Childrens Linnen their") 

Bedding & their own Cloaths which at a moderate > 4 
computation is valued at 3 



17 

MART BARDIN 
passed- approved 
allowed. 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Stores &c Lost in the Late Fire belonging to the South Battery. 

March 20. 1760. s. d. 

1 Flagg 6 10 

a Drum 1 16 

1 Gin & fall 568 

5 Gun Carrages at 6 30 

14 Copper Ladles & Staves 13/4 9 16 8 

14 Spunges & Rammers 4/ 2 16 

14 Wormes 5/4 3 14 8 



60 

14 Cartridge Boxes at 3 22 

14 Priming Irons 14 

14 Linstocks 16 4 

about 50 lb Match 2 10 

Sundry Mages, of Powder ) OA n n 
amtgtoS Barrels J 

14 Powder Horns at 2/ 180 

14 Lead Aprons w l 112 228 

Cartridge Paper 2 10 

4 dozen Handspikes 34 



39 



99 
Allowed 

p J. N. GREEN Capt. 



A PO E M 

On the Rebuke of GOD's Hand 

la the e-jful rj,-rjr.:. : ti rruj? by 

F I R E 

In the Town of 

. * 2!5oston, 

On the aoth Day of March^ 1 760, 

By which, in about 6 or 7 Hours", between thre'e arid four hundred 
Buildings were confumed : --"Jo which is added, Some brief Hints 
on the great Conflagration** "yyi^jatioa of all Things. 

, . \ _*, 

Shall there be Evil in a tityr V*& LORD hath not done it 




I Sing th' Almighty COD. whole awful Hi 
Difperfes Judgments over Sea and Land : 
He rules the World by bis unerring Skill, 
And governs us according to his Will. 
H'> Providence, which he has often wrought, 
Is far beyond the moll fugacious Thought. 
His Ways fcem dark to us, and quite unknown ; 
Yet, fpotlefs Jajlice dwells before his Throne : 
To fhcvv his Mercy is his dear Delight ; 
And, fines 'tis fo, he orders all Things right 




Hi> Judgments oftentimes he docs retard, 1 
Wh:!e we run on in Sin and don't regard ; > 
And when he fends them then we think He's hard : J 
iaminc, think on what's the Canfc, 
ntempt of his moft righteous Laws P 
we clear ourfelvcs, a'n't we to blame T 
ithout Remorfe, and caft off Shame > 
3 Rcv'rence to his holy Name .' J 



^_t pray examine, think on what's the Canfc, 
Isn't it Contempt of his moft righteous Laws P 
Then can 
Who fin 

And pay no , - 

Thii i> the Caufe He fent ri Judgment dc . 
This avful Deflation t on the Town. V 

The Pfertk-wf/l-winJ, and Plane he did employ, 
Our (lately Habitations to deftroy. 
What fpacious Struflures flood but th' otherDiy, 
And now they all in Heaps of Allies \a3r 
I knew not how to write, or to exprcft 
The awful Time, or paint the fad Diftrcli 
Of thofe our Friends who did to Bed retire 
And wak'd furrounded by a Flame of Fire ! 



uftre (He fo often filed > 

covcr'd in a crimfon Red, t 

Face a (anguine Mantle's fpi ead. ) 



T~ .~yogti.i ,. 

And then, perhaps, no where to lay their Heads. 
i- Confufion ! what tremcnduut Grief ! 

While mercikls Flames afforded no Relief ! 

Whole Streets of Houfes loon cmbrac'd the Ground, 

Which left the Marks of fad Deltradion round ! 

And Goods, in vjft Repertories ftor'd, 

We chief confum'd, in burning Walls immur'd ! 

We (trove in vain, we could not flop its Force 

While COD picvail'd, and did direclits .Courfe. 

O ! with what Grief did we lift up our Kyes, 1 

To fee the Flames in rolling Volumns rife, > 

AiuiSmoke fromBuildings cloud the IjurklingSkiei! J 

An awful Emblem we did then behold 

Of the Grrat Day, from ancient Due foretold !~ 

When the bright Sua, that radiant fliining Car 
Whofe luciJ St-lendor darkens ev'ry Star, 
No mo.c thall mil his Couifc around the Glube, 
Hut mourn our Kute wiap'd in a fabic Rube. 



The Mesa will ceafe to give her fplendent Ray , 
(While Stars are darken'd thro' the milky Way) 
The fhinmj; Luflre (he fo often filed 
Will then be 
While o'er her Fa 

Stars will forfake their Spheres and fall from HP 
And thro' the Earth the fcatter'd Flames be driv'n. 
The Elements (hall melt with fervent Heat, 1 
While 1" .y Trains of awful Judgments meet I 
All Nature's final Ruin to compleat. J 

The heavy Rocks into the Air ire hurl'd, 
And Horror feizes all the guilty World : 
Thou&nds of Strafbs through the jEther fly, 1 
Oar JUDGE'S Chariot then is halVoing nigh > 
And with its Swiftnefs burns along the Sky. J 
Tremble, O Earth, Inhabitant! admire 
To fee your JUDGE dcfcend in flaming Fire ! 
And while you (hudder, O lift up your Eyes I 

ifcquious Angfh guard him through the Skies : 
fparkling Azure cleaves to" make Him Way, 

And now comes on the great Tribunal Day : 

All Nature owns her Great Creator now 
' The tow'ring Forcfts and the Mountains bow, 

The>elting Hills diffolve in Flames of Fire 
zing Comets ready to expiie 

..uiie the ALMIGHTY'S Vengeance now difplays,! 

He in 1m Wrath will kindle all his Rays V 

And fet the fpacions Univcrfe on blaze ;- J 

,Tili Nature (hall diftolre, and quite expire, 
In on condiiua! Mils or fluning fin, 

O may we then be found at his Right Hand, T 
And there rejoicing and triumphant ftand ; > 
While he (hall doom the Nations of the Land--) 
To endlcfs Pain, or everlaftin Reft I 
Then may we bear ihofc joyful Words exprcfs'd, 
Ccme ary kilned, faithful, jiifl and tna, T 

F c/rfi tin Rialm v&icb vat frefarj far ytn I 
Btjcrt tie H'tn-U Ixr fo-jl Fcunjafiln ki:rx. J 
Fiee- Grace forever then, we fhall adore, 
Where earthly Troubles will moleft no more, 



A.J, 



SOS TOM FnnlcJ and SoU U Fn.l< V A 



MISCELLANEOUS PAI'ERS, 1760. 



89 



An exact and true Account of the loss sustained by the late 
great Fire in Boston, on the 20 th of March last, as appears by the 
Accounts of the Sufferers hitherto received, and Liquidated by the 
Selectmen and Overseers of the Poor of the Town of Boston ; a 
Committee appointed by the Goverment for that purpose and to 
distribute the Monies Collected 



SUFFERERS' NAMES 


Loss Sustained 


Sum Total Lost 


Real Estate 


Personal Estate 




s. d. s. d. 


s. d. 


Sarah Ayers 
Francis Ackley 
John Allen 




1 10 
37 3 
183 8 


1 10 

37 3 
183 8 


Isaiah Audebert 




51 5 


51 5 


John Allen 


240 




240 


Joshua Appleton 
Easter Atlen 




28 10 2 

8 


28 10 2 
8 


Elizabeth Alcock 




5 10 


5 10 


John Alford 


400 




400 


Thomas Allen 




528 


528 


Apthorp & Gardner 
Rebecca Amory 
John Bulfmch Jr. 


80 


150 

22 8 


150 
80 
22 8 


John Boies 




74 1 8' 


74 1 8 s 


Jacob Bucknam 




72 2 5 


72 2 5 


John Bulfinch 




21 11 


21 11 


Peter Brown 




108 


108 


Martha Barnes 




16 


16 


John Bright 
Samuel Bangs 
Thomas Bennett 




18 15 4 
6 3 
27 6 8 


18 15 4 
6 3 

27 6 8 


Joshua Bowles 




42 5 8 


42 5 8 


Bowles & Luckus 




65 8 8 


65 8 8 


John Bardin 




23 7 1 


23 7 1 


Alexander Brigford 
James Bailey 
Paul Baxter 




20 
21 1 5 
49 9 5 


20 
21 1 5 
49 9 5 




720 


1042 7 9 


1762 7 9 



90 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 





Loss Sustained 




SUFFERERS' XAMES 




S T 




Real Estate 


Personal Estate 






s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


Bro't Forward 


720 


1042 7 9 2 


1762 7 9 2 


Michael Bright 




18 13 


18 13 


Elizabeth Bickrnore 




6 18 6 


6 18 6 


Thomas Barnes 




3 18 


3 18 


Prudence Brilesford 


26 13 4 


18 


44 13 4 


Daniel Ballard Jun 




589 


589 


James Bridgham 


300 




300 


Abigail Bromfield 


1400 




1400 


John Bulfinch 




10 15 11 


10 15 11 


William Baker 




36 17 11 


36 17 11 


Lydia Brown 




122 11 3 


122 11 3 


Edward Blake 




55 2 


55 2 


Zephaniah Bassett 




6 13 4 


6 13 4 


Pompey Blackman 




27 12 


27 12 


David Burnett 




88 8 


88 8 


Patrick Burk 




1 16 8 


1 16 8 


Daniel Ballard 




40 


40 


Benjamin Bangs 




40 


40 


Ann Briggs 


65 


12 4 


7/04 


Hannah Butler 




688 


688 


James Barnes 




14 13 4 


14 13 4 


Katherine Baker 


- 


13 6 8 


13 6 8 


Samuel Bailey & Co 




30 6 8 


30 6 8 


James Beighton 


466 13 4 


43 14 6 2 


510 7 10 2 


Ann Crabtree 




85 2 8 


85 2 8 


John Cotton 


240 


43 18 17 


283 18 17 


Isaac Casneau 


166 13 4 


414 4 


*414 4 


Benjamin Cobb 




12 4 2 


12 4 2 


Charles Conner 




414 4 


414 4 


Thankful Cocks 




9 6 


9 6 


Joseph & Winter Calfe 


177 6 8 


222 9 7 


399 16 3 


Hezekiah Coley 




35 


35 


Ebenezer Gushing 




29 5 8 


29 5 8 


Ebenezer Gushing Jr 




24 18 6 2 


24 18 6 2 


Michael Carroll 




200 


200 


Joseph Calfe 


400 


441 10 3 


841 10 3 


Abigail Cross 




12 13 8 2 


12 13 8 2 


Mary Cross 




48 13 4 


48 13 4 


Moses Collier 




10 13 4 


10 13 4 


Samuel Chandler 




16 


16 


Sarah Chickley 




30 4 8 


30 4 8 


Mary Coffin 




12 15 2 


12 15 2 


Bro't Forward 


4462 6 8 


3298 5 


7760 11 8 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 



91 



/ 

SUFFERERS' NAMES 


Loss Sustained 


Sum Total Lost 


Real Estate 


Personal Estate 




s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


Bro't Forward 


4462 6 8 


3298 5 


776011 8 


Sarah Cotton 




7 14 8 


7 14 8 


Martha Caswall 





2 15 4 


2 15 4 


Mary Craunch 
James Carreck 




8 17 4 
19 1 4 


8 17 4 
19 1 4 


Benj. Clark's Heirs 
Middlecot Cook 


533 6 8 
853 6 8 




533 6 8 
853 6 8 


Bartholomew Cheevers 


200 


50 


250 


Mary Cox 
Joseph Candash 
Ann Dearden 




15 3 10 2 
5 4 
116 15 2 


15 3 10 2 
5 4 
11615 2 


James Dalton 


60 




60 


Ann Dudley 
Rachel Durant 




284 6 8 
48 7 I 2 


284 6 8 
48 7 I 2 


Benj. Derby 
Joseph Dowie 
Edmund Dolbear 


66 13 4 

800 


114 13 4 
668 


66 13 4 
914 13 4 
668 


John Durant 




11 11 4 


11 11 4 


John Doan 




32 5 4 


32 5 4 


Samuel Davis 




2 3 


2 3 


Margaret Day 
Thomas Dillaway 
Jane Davis 




17 
348 
50 


17 
348 
50 


Mary Dinsdell 
Ebenezar Doggett 
Ester Dyer 
Isaac Dupee 
John Doan's Heirs 


200 
1100 


10 
19 12 8 
13 6 


10 

19 12 8 
13 6 
200 
1100 


Prudence Delaplace 
John Denie 




7 1 4 
250 


7 1 4 

250 


Nathan Eddy 
Seth Everson 


6613 4 


84 4 8 
914 


150 18 
9 1 4 


Simon Eliot 


446 13 4 




446 13 4 


Henry Emmes 
Increase Blake 


10 


32 13 4 
15 3 


42 13 4 
15 3 


Francis Borland 


1120 




1120 


William Brattle 
William Bright 
Town of Boston 


66 13 4 
800 for the 


9 6 
So. Batterv 


66 13 4 
9 6 

800 


Martha Buckley 
Thomas Bently 


120 


794 


794 
120 


John Breck 




26 14 8 


26 14 8 


Bro't Forward 


10905 13 4 


4578 1 5 


15483 14 9 



92 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 





Loss Sustained 




SUFFERERS' NAXES 




Sum Total Lost 




Real Estate 


Personal Estate 






s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


Bro't Forward 


10905 13 4 


4578 1 5 


15483 14 9 


Robert Breck 




28 8 


28 8 


James Boies 




90 


90 


William Brown 


200 




200 


Thomas Foot 




50 


50 


John Fullerton 




628 


628 


William Fullerton 




36 16 11 


36 16 11 


Benj. Frothingham 




116 15 9 


116 15 9 


William Freeland 




109 9 4 


109 9 4 


Elisha Ford 




8 


8 


John Foster & Co 




240 


240 


Nathan Foster 




8 8 


8 8 


William Fairfield 


230 


26 6 2 


256 6 2 


Ann Farrell 




55 11 I 2 


55 11 I 2 


Friends Meeting House 


240 




240 


Stephen Fullerton 




30 


30 


Susannah Foster 




40 


40 


Mary Fisher 




6 2 


6 2 . 


Sam'l Frankland 




2 13 4 


2 13 4 


Elizabeth Fay 


953 6 8 




953 6 8 


Thomas Trossey 




14 11 4 


14 11 4 


Nicholas French 




33 12 


33 12 


Barna (?) Gibbs & Co. 




143 13 4 


143 13 4 


James Graham 




41 13 8 


41 13 8 


John Gardner 




19 7 6 


19 7 6 


Andrew Gardner 




15 10 2 


15 10 2 


Mary Grice 




50 


50 


Benj. Goodwin 




37 6 6 


37 6 6 


Robert Gordon 




52 16 


52 16 


John Giffin 




69 4 6 2 


69 4 6 2 


Ann Grafton 




4 4 


4 4 


James Gould 


1083 6 8 


20 


1103 6 8 


Joseph Green Jr 




962 17 


962 17 


Alice Gibson 




3 10 


3 10 


Mary Goff 




268 


268 


Experience Gray 




14 5 4 


14 5 4 


Ann Gill 




12 18 


12 18 


Mary Giffin 




6' 6 


6 6 


George Glyn 




35 1 4 


35 1 4 


Abigail Gayton 




7 16 8 


7 16 8 


Mary Hawk 











William Hyslup 


480 


217 12 7 


697 12 7 


Bro't Forward 


14092 6 8 


7199 6 O 2 


21291 12 8 2 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 



93 



SUFFERERS' NAMES 


Loss Sustained 


Sum Total Lost 


Real Estate 


Personal Estate 




s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


Bro't Forward 


14092 6 8 


7199 6 O 2 


21291 12 8 2 


Atherton Haugh 
Thomas Hawkins 




192 17 2 

16 10 


132 17 2 
16 10 


John Haslet 




12 12 


12 12 


William Hall 


666 13 4 


192 3 4 


858 16 8 


Isaac Hawes 




12 2 8 


12 2 8 


Benjamin Homer 
William Hollowell 


133 6 8 
80 


56 8 4 
13 14 8 


189 15 
93 14 8 


William Henessy 
Benjamin Hollowell 
James Hamilton 


1360 


5 6 

685 10 2 
10 2 8 


5 6 
2045 10 2 
10 2 8 


Samuel Hawks & Co 


53 6 8 


10 7 4 


63 14 


Thomas Hartley Jr. 
Mary Hatch 
Elizabeth Howard 


366 13 4 


40 19 4 
4 1 11 


40 19 4 
366 13 4 
4 1 11 


Elizabeth Harris 




754 


754 


David Hatch 


250 


71 8 6 


321 8 6 


Joanna Hallowell 




6 


6 


Lodwich Hill 




18 13 4 


18 13 4 


Elizabeth Hales 




488 


488 


Daniel Henchman 




30 5 5 2 


30 5 5 2 


Elizabeth Hood 




1 10 


1 10 


Andrew Hall 
Sarah Hollowell 


i 


2100 
5 19 4 


2100 
5 19 4 


Alexander Hunt 


68 


89 6 9 


157 6 9 


Samuel Hewes 


266 13 '4 


57 7 8 


324 1 


Samuel Harting 
Benjamin Harrod 
James Hemingway 
John Hunt 


30 
510 
2 13 4 
140 





30 
510 
2 13 4 
140 


Harris & Rea 


200 




200 


Jabez Hatch 




67 4 


67 4 


Thomas Hartley 
Samuel Harris 




10 2 

638 


10 2 
638 


Mehitable Holland 




4 19 9 


4 19 9 


Eliah (?) Hutchiuson 


26 13 4 




26 13 4 


David Jones 




12 7 8 


12 7 8 


Benjamin Jeffry 
Mary Jackson & Son 
John Jepson 
Daniel Ingersol 


200 


31 9 10 
1704 1 7J 
5 13 8 
10 


31 9 10 
1704 1 7 
5 13 8 
210 


Sarah Jackson 




10 12 


10 12 




18446 6 8 


12705 10i 


31151 7 6J 



94 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



SUFFERERS' NAMES 


Loss Sustained 


Sum Total Lost 


Real Estate 


Personal Estate 




s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


Bro't Forward 
Robert Jarvis 


18446 -6 8 


12705 10J 
18 8 6 


31151 7 6 
18 18 6 


Benjamin Jepson 
David Jeffry 
Sarah Jones 


406 13 4 


6 4 
165 15 5 

1 6 8 


6 4 

572 8 9 
168 


Elizabeth Ingersoll 




1 18 


1 18 


Ann Johnson 


, 


254 


254 


Jarvis & Parker 




101 1 I 1 


101 1 I 1 


Patrick Kelley 
Solomon Kneeland & Co. 


80 


374 


374 

80 


John Knight 
Edward King 
Abigail Katen 
Barth ew Kelleran 


200 


40 
51 
2 11 4 
21 1 


240 
51 
2 11 4 
21 1 


Isaac Kidder 




6 


6 


Josiah Keen 


213 6 8 


95 9 8 


308 16 4 


Edward Keighly 
Gilbert Lagan 
Sarah James 




6 6 II 2 
568 
2 4 9 2 


6 6 II 2 
568 
2 4 9 2 


Archibald Laws 




849 


849 


John Phillips' Heirs 
Joseph Lonedon 
Andrew Lapier 
Sarah Low 


200 
76 
66 13 4 


12 13 4 

12 13 4 
34 16 I 2 


200 
88 13 4 
79 6 8 
*34 16 I 2 


Andrew Leishman 




13 9 8 


13 9 8 


Nicholas Lobdell 




24 


24 


Miriam Lawson 


106 13 4 


22 14 3 


129 7 7 


Hannah Lament 




414 9 


4 14 9 


Robert Lenox 




7174 


7174 


Rachel Larrott 




6 16 8 


6 16 8 


James Lamb 




72 8 


72 8 


John Lush 


13 6 8 




13 6 8 


Timothy Lydell 
William Loneda 


1500 
160 




1500 
160 


Henry Lyntey 
Sarah Larkin 




3 9 
5 


3 9 
5 


Sarah McNeal 


533 6 8 


1700 


2233 6 8 


Philip Masters 
Sarah Mitchell 


13 6 8 
233 6 8 


106 13 4 


120 
233 6 8 


Edward Mann 




7 14 4 


7 14 4 


Dorothy Miriam 
Thomas Marshall 


133 6 8 


4 8 4 1 


4 8 4 1 
133 6 8 




22382 6 8 


15294 10 9 


37676 17 5 



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95 



SUFFERERS' NAMES 


Loss Sustained 


Sum Total Lost 


Real Estate 


Personal Estate 




s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


Bro't Forward 


22382 6 8 


15294 10 9 


3767617 5 


Elizabeth Marshall 




3 19 6 


3 19 6 


John Mellus 




22 13 8 3 


22 13 8 3 


Eliza. Mygott 
James Moor 




12 10 6 3 
12 14 I 2 


12 10 6 s 
12 14 I 2 


Jonathan Mason 


1100 


204 15 8 


1304 15 8 


Thomas Masters 




22 13 4 


22 13 4 


Jonathan Mason's Friend 




9 4 


9 4 


Joseph MarioL 
Hugh Moor 
Abigail McCulloch 
Abigail Mclntosh 
Rachael Mathews 




12 2 8 
60 2 
1 13 4 1 
4 12 8 
5 10 


12 2 8 
60 2 
1 13 4 1 
4 12 8 
5 10 


Thomas McCarthy 


139 6 8 




139 6 8 


Sarah May 
Ann Melley 
Sarah Marson 




1 
2 13 4 
1 18 8 


1 
2 13 4 
1 18 8 


John McNeal 




22 


22 


John Nowell 




160 1 2 2 


160 1 2 2 


Noyes Belcher & Co 
John Osborn 




133 6 8 
12 12 


133 6 8 
12 12 


Elizabeth Owen 




8 19 1 


8 19 1 


Edw d Brattle Oliver 


146 13 4 


151 19 


298 12 4 


Edw d Brattle Oliver's Son 


140 




140 


Andrew Oliver Esqr 
Ann Oliver 


326 16 8 


20 19 


326 16 8 
20 19 


John Osborn, Esq. 
James Orill 


1000 


128 9 
5 1 


1128 9 
5 1 


Margaret Osborn 
Mary Oliver 
Andrew Oliver Jr. Esq 
John Powell, Jr. 
Aaron Purbuck 


250 
1333 6 8 


35 6 4 
23 5 4 
224 10 
15 17 10| 
21 17 4 


35 6 4 
273 5 4 
1557 16 8 
15 17 10 
21 17 4" 


Benjamin Phillips 
Gillam Phillips 
Edward Potter 


44 13 4 
806 13 4 


121 17 4 
6 13 4 

82 7 8 


166 10 8 
813 6 8 
82 7 8 


Benjamin Parrott 
Ruth Parrott 


240 
600 


119 6 9 
66 14 9 


359 6 9 
666 14 9 


James Phillips 
Thomas Pal fry 
William Palfry 
Henry Perkins 


26 13 4 

540 


56 19 4 
93 6 8 
100 

88 


56 19 4 
120 
640 
88 




29076 10 


17362 13 9 3 


46439 3 9 3 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



SUFFERERS' NAMES 


Loss Sustained 


Sum Total Lost 


Real Estate 


Personal Estate 




s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


Brett Forward 


29076 10 


17362 13 9 3 


46439 3 9 3 


John Peirce 




13 6 


13 6 


John Perkins 


266 13 4 


80 


346 13 4 


Eliza & Harriot Paine 




804 


804 


Sarah Pratt 


65 


3 19 4 


68 19 4 


Edmund Perkins 


600 


18 4 4 


618 4 4 


Mary Prince 
Caleb Prince 


88 17 6 


60 


88 17 6 
60 


Joseph Princes Heirs 
John Popkin 
Isaac Peirce 


311 2 6 


10 
240 


311 2 6 
10 
240 


John Province 




23 2 11 


23 2 11 


Abigail Prince 




4 8 


4 8 


Joseph Putnam 
Mary Putnam 
Samuel Peck 




137 8 4 
9 3 
12 


137 8 4 
9 3 
12 


William Peck 




66 13 4 


66 13 4 


Thomas Pointer 




2 11 8 


2 11 8 


Sarah Perry 




11 12 7 


11 12 7 


Benj. Peck's Heirs 
William Peck's Heirs 


66 13 4 
80 




66 13 4 
80 


John Powell 


600 




600 


Margaret Pain 
James Perkins 


31 3 


9 13 4 


31 3 

9 13 4 


Edmund Perkins Jr. 




7 2 


7 2 


Blaney Phillips 
Edmund Quincy Jr. 
Alice Quick 
James Pritchard 


533 6 8 


13 6 8 
189 13 9 
540 13 4 
16 15 


13 6 8 
189 13 9 
1074 
16 15 


James Reed 


253 6 8 


32 7 5 


285 14 1 


Thomas Reed 




39 19 2 


39 19 2 


Thomas Reed & Co. 


15 6 8 


135 2 10 


150 9 6 


Daniel Rea 




217 5 7 


217 5 7 


Daniel Remick 
Mary Rogers 
Thomas Reed Jr. 




6 Of 
3318 
38 2 6 


6 Of 
33 18 
38 2 6 


John Rice 




18 16 6 


18 16 6 


Jane Rogers 
Benjamin Russell 
John Rhon 




12 
66 13 4 
978 13 10 


12 
66 13 4 

978 13 10 


Sweeten Reed 
Jacob Ridge way 


200 


228 
7 4 2 2 


202 2 8 

7 4' 2 2 




32187 19 8 


21224 14 3 


53412 13 11 



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97 



SUFFERERS' NAMES 


Loss Sustained 


Sum Total Lost 


Real Estate 


Personal Estate 




s. d. 


s. d. s. d. 


Bro't Forward 


32187 19 8 


21224 14 3 


53412 13 11. 


Joseph Richardson 
Phillip Richardson 
Mehittable Russell 


26 13 4 


23 8 
1 13 1 


23 8 
26 13 4 
1 13 1 


Mathew Salter 


38 13 4 


18 15 4 


57 8 8 


? Smith 




11 5 6 


11 5 6 


John Sargent 
William Sonesberry 
William Sveadley 
Eleoner Standley 
Samuel Simpson 
Henry Snow 
Benj. Salisbury 
Elizabeth Stevenson 


40 

300 
133 6 8 


50 16 6 1 
51 18 4 
30 11 8 
16 12 8 
31 1 8 
82 6 2 
47 13 
63 16 5 


50 16 6 1 
51 18 4 
70 11 8 
16 12 8 
31 1 8 
82 6 2 
347 13 
197 3 1 


Thomas Salter 




.39 6 


39 6 


Martha Salter 




19 4 8 


19 4 8 


William Stoxey 
Jane Savel 


40 
19 17 


7 
171 3 


47 
190 17 3 


Sampson Salter 
David Spear 
Jeremiah Smallidge 
Thomas Spikeman 
Mehittable Snowden 


1333 6 8 
263 6 8 
133 6 8 


190 13 4 
12 9 8 
10 8 
13 13 4 
17 17 4 


1524 
275 16 4 
143 7 4 
13 13 4 
17 17 4 


Mary Soaper 
Ann Stamp 
Joseph Swatridge 
Ebenezer Silvester 




20 
36 
4 19 9 
368 


20 
36 
4 19 9 
368 


John Sherring 
Lemuel Studson 




12 18 
55 12 8 


12 18 
55 12 8 


Edward Stone 




24 13 4 


24 13 4 


Mary Swan 
Sarah Smith 




3 4 4 
5 9 


3 4 4 
5 9 


Abigail Sanders 
Jeremiah Stoddard 




14 
70 16 8 


14 
70 16 8 


Jack Sword 




14 4 


14 4 


John & W m . Spooner 
Thomas Symmes 
Martha Salsbury 
William Sturtevant 


33 6 8 
133 6 8 
100 


4 


33 6 8 
133 6 8 
100 
4 


Nehemiah Sampson 




8 18 


8 18 


Mildred Smith ~ 




642 


642 


Kezia Stevens 




20 


20 




34783 3 4 


22449 12 10 2 


57222 16 2 2 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



SUFFEBERS' NAMES 


Loss Sustained 


Sum Total Lost 


Real Estate 


Personal Estate 




s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


Bro't Forward 


34783 3 4 


22449 12 10 2 


57222 16 2 2 


Easter Tinkum 




13 19 


13 19 


Nicholas Tabb 




31 14 8 


31 14 8 


William Torey 
Joseph Spear 
Coll 6 Thwing 
James Thwing 
James Tucker 


600 
340 


200 
66 4 
154 16 5 
115 17 
10 9 


800 
66 4 
494 16 5 
115 17 
10 9 


Sarah Tilden 


437 6 8 




437 6 8 


Elisha Tapper 
Robert Taylor 
Ester Tinkum's Dau. 




2 8 
13 6 8 

4 1 2 2 


2 8 
13 6 8 

4 1 2 2 


William Thompson 
Barlom Trecothick 


300 


1 15 7 


1 15 7 
300 


Jemima Turner 




6 13 4 


6 13 4 


William Taylor 
Anthony Thomas 
Abijah Thomas 
Joseph Uran 
Ann Vandeluer 




215 8 8 
39 2 1 
4 16 8 
73 10 3 
368 


215 8 8 
39 2 1 
4 16 8 
73 10 3 
368 


Francis Vears 


13 6 8. 


9 19 6 


23 6 2 


Thomas Wait 


300 




300 


Thomas Walley 




157 12 


157 12 


John Wheatly 
Francis Warden 


233 6 8 


74 5 
53 6 8 


307 11 8 
53 6 8 


Vincent Wymondersel 
Wheelwright & Barnad 
Isaac Wendell 




51 4 
204 4 8 
97 16 8 


51 4 
204 4 8 
97 16 8 


Joseph Webb 
Eunice Wells 




64 6 11 

9 18 6 2 


64 6 11 
9 18 6 2 


John Wilson 




18 19 


18 19 


Katherine Wendell 




16 9 


16 9 


Nath'l Winslow 




12 4 9 


12 4 9 


Mary Waldo 
John Whitten 




37 10 9 
64 3 8 2 


37 10 9 

64 3 8? 


Thomas White 




202 9 4 


202 9 4' 


Rob't Williams 




31 12 


31 12 


William Wesson 




16 


16 


Dinely Wing 
Johonnot Wing 
Jacob Wendell 


130 

4800 


24 10 4 
10 18 


154 10 4 
10 18 
4800 


Jacob Wendell & Son 




380 12 6 


380 12 6 




41937 3 4 


24935 1 9 


66872 5 1 



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99 



SUFFERERS' NAMES 


Loss Sustained 


Sum Total Lost 


Real Estate 


Personal Estate 




s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


Bro't Forward 


41937 3 4 


24935 1 9 


66872 5 1 


James Thompson 
Katherine Walley 
Oliver Wiswall 




88 6 8 
17 6 4 
39 1 10 


88 6 8 
17 6 4 
39 1 10 


Elizabeth Widger 
Mary Whiting 
Mary West 
Rebecca Western 




6 1 10 2 
10 11 7 
37 4 2 
6 15 


6 1 10 2 
10 11 7 
37 4 2 
6 15 


Andrew Wenter 




7 1 8 


718 


Thomas Walley & Co. 
Robert Wallis 


600 
40 


14 14 4 


600 
54 14 4 


George Walker 
Rebecca Walker 


13 6 8 
13 6 8 




13 6 8 
13 6 8 


Ann Wing 
Joshua Winslow Esq 
Lydia Wise 
John Wells 




96 4 
4 16 8 
5 2 


96 4 
4 16 8 
5 2 


John Wheelwright 
Abigail Wesson 
Nath 1 Winslow 


500 




393 13 4 
12 
20 


893 13 4 
12 
20 


James Guill 




180 


180 


Jno. Powell's further acct 




127 10 


127 10 


Jacob Home** 




11 6 


11 6 


Richard Thompson 
W ra Brattle's further acct 




12 
44 


12 

44 


James Stevenson 




174 


174 


William Patten 




189 7 8 


189 7 8 


Thomas Rice 




2 14 8 


2 14 8 


Donald Grant 




52 16 


52 16 


W m Mollineau 




95 


95 


John Phillips 
Henry Benger 
W m Taylor 
Edward Davis 




668 
8 
768 
42 1 4 


668 
8 
768 
42 1 4 


Andrew Oliver Esq. ") 
further acct j 
John Borland, ditto 




40 
270 


40 
270 


Town of Boston, for") 
stores of Battery 
aforesaid J 
Nath 1 Wheelwright 
Robert McCowdre 




99 

216 12 

28 


99 

216 12 

28 




43103 16 8 


27115 17 9 


70219 14 5 



100 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 





Loss Sustained 




SUFFERERS' NAMES 


Sum Total Lost 










Real Estate 


Personal E 


state 






s. d. 


s. 


d. 


s. d 


Bro't Forward 


43103 16 8 


27115 17 


9 


70219 14 5 


Joshua Winslow 




54 13 


4 


54 13 4 


Ship Sally with her "] 










stores under the I 
care of Benjamin [ 




717 7 


6 


717 7 6 


Hollowell Esq. J 










William Haslup's ) 
further acct. f 




80 12 




80 12 


Edmund Quincy's } 
further acct j 




40 




40 

r 


Lawful Money 


43103 16 8 


28008 10 


7 


71112 7 3 


Sterling 


32327 17 6 


21006 7 


11 


53334 5 5 



ACCOUNT OF MONIES RECEIVED FOR THU BENEFIT OF THE SUFFERERS. 



By Grant of the General Court 

By collections in the several churches in Boston 

By ditto in the country churches in Province ) 

of Massachusetts j 

By Private Donations 
By collections by the Friends commonly called ) 

Quakers j 

By Philadelphia Grant 
By Donation from Chris r Kilby, Esq 
By so much collected at Halifax 
By Donation from Ch 8 W d Apthorp, Esq 
By Do. from the Merchants in London 2000 } 

Sterg. Exchange at 30 p. ct. j 

By Private Donation by hand Mr. Lloyd 
By Province of New Hampshire in part 
By so much received from Connecticut in part 
By Merchants in London 1000 Sterling Ex- j 
change 33 % j 

By New York Grant 
By Maryland in part 

Lawful Money 

Sterling 






s. 


d. 


3000 






1815 


6 


8 


3406 


13 


11 s 


276 


14 


8 2 


75 


3 


5 


1212 






266 


13 


4 


146 


8 


7 1 


100 






2600 






133 


6 


8 


320 


8 


11 


75 


12 


11 


1333 


6 


8 


1875 






1120 






17756 


15 


8 


13317 


11 


9 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 101 

The Subscribers, a committee appointed by the Government for 
the Purposes aforesaid, do hereby certify that the Accounts ex- 
hibited of the Loss in Personal Estate, were inspected with the 
greatest Care and Exactness ; and where there was Reason to 
apprehend any were exaggerated, proper Deductions were made. 

The Sufferers were critically examined relative to said Accounts 
which being now duly liquidated, and amounting together to the 
sum of Twenty Eight Thousand and Eight pounds, Ten shillings 
and Seven pence, Lawful Money of this Province equal Twenty 
One Thousand and Six pounds, Seven Shillings & Eleven pence, 
Farthing, Sterling as appears by the foregoing Account, We 
verily believe to fall rather short of than exceed the real Loss. 

An Estimate of the Loss in Real Estate was carefully made, at 
the Request of Selectmen, a part of this Committee by the Assess- 
ors of the Town of Boston, Persons whose office led them to a 
thorough Acquaintance with the value of said Estates ; which 
agreable to their Estimation amounts to Forty Three Thousand 
One Hundred and Three pounds, Sixteen Shilling and Eight Pence, 
Lawful Money of this Province equal to Thirty Two Thousand, 
Three Hundred Twenty Seven Pounds, Seventeen Shillings and 
Six Pence Sterling as appears by their Oath annexed. 

We further Certify that Monies already received in Aid of the 
Sufferers amount to Seventeen Thousand, Seven Hundred and Fifty 
Six Pounds, Fifteen Shillings, and Eight Pence Lawful Money of 
this Province, equal to Thirteen Thousand, Three Hundred, 
Seventeen Pounds, Eleven Shillings, & Nine Pence, Sterling ; 
agreable to the Account herewith exhibited. 



JOHN PHILLIPS 
ISAAC AYALKER 
JN BARRETT 
JOHN TUDOR 
ROYAL TYLER 
THO S FLUCKER 
W M PHILLIPS 
BENJ. DOLBEARE 
ISAAC SMITH 
MELATIAH BOURN 
SAM. DEXTER 
JON A MASON 



Ja JOSHUA HENSHAW\ jH 

Jos. JACKSON ) 

^ THOMAS GUSHING ( ^ 

g 3 SAM. HEWES } c ^ 

P-i JOHN SCOLLAY f - a 

^ ^ BENJ. AUSTIN j % ^ 

** 'S A. OLIVER Jr. / 



Province of Massachu- 
setts Bay Subscribed before 
the Governor & Council this 
29 tu dayof November 1760. 
, Attest 

A. OLIVER, Sec. 



We, the Subscribers whose Office it is to value the Estates in 
order to apportion the Taxes from Year to Year, laid for the 
Support of the Government, at the desire of the Selectmen, did 
soon after the Fire on the 20 th of March last (upon an actual & 
careful survey of the Ruins) estimate the Loss on the Real 
Estates to amount at least to Forty Three Thousand, One Hun- 
dred & Three pounds, Sixteen Shillings & Eight pence Lawful 
money of this Province equal to Thirty Two Thousand Three 
Hundred Twenty Seven pounds, Seventeen Shillings & Six pence 



102 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Sterling, to the truth whereof we make Oath accordingly this 
Twenty Ninth day of November 1760 

Province of Massachusetts JOHN KNEELAND 

Bay Subscribed and Sworn BENJ A CHURCH 

before the Governor & Coun- SAM L EDWARDS 

cil this 29 th day of November JOSEPH BRADFORD 

1760 W M TORREY 

Attest JON. BROWN 
A. OLIVER Sec'y 

The Subscriber, Clerk to the Selectmen & Overseers of the 
Poor of the Town of Boston, appointed by the Government for 
the Purposes aforesaid, do declare, that I was from the Begin- 
ning with them at their Meeting, to receive & pass upon the 
Accounts ; That the Gentlemen sitting by small Committees & no 
minutes being made what particular Gentleman each Account was 
passed before, it is impossible for them to swear one for the 
other. But I verily believe that the Accounts were by them 
passed with great care & exactness more especially where an 
Account was Suspected & am of opinion the Account of the 
Personal Estate rather falls short of than exceeds the Real Loss 
to the truth whereof I make Oath Accordingly this Twenty Ninth 
day of November 1760. 

Province of Massachusetts Jos. TURELL, Jr. 

Bay Subscribed and Sworn 
before the Governor & Coun- 
cil this 29 th day of November 
1760 

Attest 

A. OLIVER, Sec 7 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 103 



At a Meeting of the Committee appointed by virtue of an Act 
of the Great & General Court passed at their late Session relating 
to the Rebuilding where the late Fires were in Boston at the 
Council Chamber in Boston Tuesday April 1. 1760. 

Present. 

Hon ble Tho 8 Hutchinson, Esq. Tho" Hancock, Esq. 
John Osborne, Esq. Tho 8 Hubbard, Esq. 

Jacob Wendell, Esq. Joshua Henshaw, Esq. 

Samuel Watts, Esq. Joseph Jackson, Esq. 

Andrew Oliver, Esq. Mr Thomas Gushing. 

Joseph Pynchon, Esq. Mr Samuel Hewes. 

Stephen Sewall, Esq. Mr John Scollay. 

John Erving, Esq. Mr Benj Austin. 

James Bowdoin, Esq. 

Upon the Petition of Benjamin Hallowell, Esq. Liberty was 
granted him to build a Dwelling house on the Land where his 
former Dwelling house stood provided he build the same with 
Stone or Brick and Cover the same with Tile or Slate agreeable 
to Law. 

Application being made by M r Thomas Read for liberty to 
build with Wood or Timber a Shop or Workhouse for to carry 
on the Blockmakers business on the wharf near Olivers Dock 
The Question being put whether the Com 166 , can consistent with the 
Law as it now stands grant such Liberty ? It passed in the 
Negative. 

UpoixApplication made by M r David Spear Liberty is granted 
him to rebuild his Dwelling house in Leveretts Lane, provided he 
build the same with Stone or Brick and Cover with Slate or Tile 
agreeable to Law. 

Application being made by M r Sampson Salter to rebuild his 
Dwelling house and Brewhouse in Leveretts Lane Liberty is 
granted him to rebuild his Brewhouse where the former One stood, 
provided the same be Built with Brick, except the Windows & 
Doors & Door Posts, and Covered with Slate or Tile agreeable to 
Law. 

Sam Johnson was appointed Clerk to the Committee and Ordered 
that a Book be provided and the proceedings of the Committee 
entred therein. 

Adjourned to Friday next 4 o'clock P. M. 



104 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee, April 4. 1760. 

Present. 

His Honour the Lieut. G-ov r . 

Capt. Osborne. Mr Hancock. Mr Gushing. 

Col. Wendell. M r Hubbard. Capt. Hewes. 

Major Watts. M r Henshaw. M r Scollay. 

M r Oliver. Major Jackson. M r Austin. 

D r Pynchon. M r Oliver, Jun r . 

Upon Application made by M r John Powell Liberty is granted 
him to rebuild his Dwelling house in Maccarty's Court fronting 
King Street, provided the same be built with Brick or Stone and 
Covered with Slate or Tile agreeable to Law 

Application being made by M r Joseph Calef for liberty to build 
a Wooden Workhouse for to grind his Bark in, to Secure his Stock 
of Hides, Leather &c if it can be tollerated only for a few 
Months Ihe Question being put, whether it be the mind of the 
Committee that such liberty be granted him ? It passed in the 
Negative. 

The Committee agreed that it is necessary that Pudding lane be 
widened opposite to Mr Phillips's Brick Wall and so continued 
through the same 

Voted that Mr Hubbard, Mr Austin & Mr Oliver junr be a 
Committee to view the same make Enquiry and report how much 
and at what places it will be necessary to Widen the same, and 
that the said Committee be also desired to enquire of the Abutters 
on Joyliffs lane whether that Lane may not be also Widened. 

The Committee agreed that Leveretts Lane should be widened 
and that it be continued in the most convenient manner to Milk 
Street, so as to open at or near Atkinson Street. 

Voted that Capt. Osborne, Major Watts and Mr Gushing be a 
Committee to view the same and make report. 

Voted that Mr Secr'y Oliver, Mr Hancock, Mr Henshaw, Major 
Jackson and Mr Scollay be a Committee to consider the most con- 
venient place for to open a Street into King Street below Mackrel 
Lane View the same Enquire how it will affect the Abutters 
and make report. 

The Committee agreed that Mackrel lane should be made Wider 
and that it be continued near upon a Strait line to Milk Street by 
Mr Parrots Land so as to open Oliver Street leading up to Fort 
Hill. 

Voted that the same Committee be desired to View and consider 
of this Street, as is appointed for the New Street below. 

Voted that Mr Bowdoin, Capt Hewes and Mr Oliver jun r . be a 
Committee to View and consider what is necessary to be done with 
regard to the Wedth & extending of Water Street and the lower 
part of Milk Street and make report thereon. 

The Committee agreed to meet at the Council Chamber every 
Thursday at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon. 

Adjourned to Thursday next 3 o'clock P. M. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 105 

At a Meeting of the said Committee, April 10. 1760. 

Present, His Honor the Lieut Gov r . 

Capt. Osborne. Capt. Erving. Mr Gushing. 

Col. Wendell. Mr Bowdoin. Capt. Hewes. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Hancock. Mr Scollay. 

Dr. Pynchon. Mr Hubbard. Mr Austin. 

Judge Sewall. Mr Henshaw. Mr Oliver, junr. 

Col Jackson. 

Thomas Hubbard, Esq. from the Committee appointed the 4 th 
instant on Pudding lane and Joyliffs Lane gave in the following 
Report Viz'. 

The Committee on Pudding &. Joyliffs Lanes, report That they 
have taken a careful View of both, and find a Number of the 
abutters on the West side of Pudding lane are willing to give in 
some of their Lan.d for the benefit of a good Street; but as they 
are much put to it for room would chearfully allow any reasonable 
sum towards the Purchase of Land on the East side of that Lane, 
if it could be done ; whereupon the Committee applied to the 
Owners of the Land on that side, and find them in general very 
willing to accommodate their Neighbours with an handsome Addi- 
tion of their Land to Pudding lane, on condition they might have 
an adequate Allowance for it. 

The Committee find some Difficulties in widening Joyliffs Lane, 
for although an Addition of 9 or 10 feet might possibly be made 
on the West side to run Paralell with a line on the West side of 
Pudding lane yet by reason of Capt. Comrins Brick Building at 
the Corner, the Lines- of those two Lanes would not run alike on 

the Lands lying on the East side. And therefore having no 

regard to Joyliffs Lane, the Committee are of Opinion, that a 
South Line be run from the S. W. Corner of Mr Gridleys office 
over to Water, near parallel with the Line on the West side of 
Pudding Lane, so as to make it 25 feet (at least) wide at the 
Entrance thereof at Water Street. 

THO S HUBBARD. 

BENJ A AUSTIN. 

A. OLIVER, JON E . 

Which Report being read The Committee agreed that Pudding 
Lane should be widened on the East side thereof agreeable to the 
said Report. And the same Committee are desired to see the 
said Street staked out according to their Report, and that they 
return a Plan thereof to this Committee. 

John Osborne, Esq. from the-Committee appointed the 4 th . instant 
on Leveretts Lane, made the following Report. Vizt. 

We may go in upon Deacon Salter's Ground so as to make the 
Street between him and Mr Lindalls Buildings about 28 feet and 
from thence may carry the Wedth into Atkinson Street 28 feet, 
which is the Wedth between Treasurer Gray's and Mr Bourn's. 
indeed to come with this proposed Street to meet Atkinsons Street 
will make something of a Curve, but no great which Method 
it's judged much better than to run the Street quite strait from 



106 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Mr Salter's into Milk Street and then to him quite short or rather 
Rank up Milk Street to get into Atkinson Street. 

J. O. 

S. W. 

T. C. 

Which Report being read and considered 

The Committee agreed to Widen Leveretts Lane according to 
the said Report that the same run upon a Strait line to Atkin- 
sons Street that it be made 28 feet wide at Deacon Salter's (or 
30 feet if Mr Salter shall be consenting to it) and from Mr Salters 
to be 35 feet wide to Milk Street, and that the same Committee 
be desired to stake the same out accordingly. 

Andrew Oliver, Esq. from the Committee appointed the 4 th instant 
on Mackrel Lane ; made the following Report Viz*. 

The Committee appointed to ,view Mackrel Lane and consider 
how it may be made wider & carried to Milk Street so as to open 
Oliver Street, are of Opinion that the same be made forty feet 
wide, that what is necessary in order to make it of that Wedth be 
taken in, from King Street to the Bridge, upon the East Side, and 
from the Bridge to Milk Street be taken in upon the West side, 
which method of laying it out will make the least Angle and will 
likewise make the best Opening to Oliver Street leading to Fort 
Hill. 

The committee further propose that on the East side of Oliver 
Street a Line be run from the End of Col Wendells Wall stand- 
ing before his House to a point opposite to the South end of the 
Garden Wall of Andrew Oliver junr. so as to keep the Street of 
the Wedth of about 24 feet in that Space and that from the point 
aforesaid a line be run to the Southwest Corner of Mr Powells 
Brick house And that the Chimneys or the Walls standing in the 
Way of said Streets be taken down, and the Cellars or other hol- 
low places filled up as soon as may be in order to render the said 
Streets passable ; And that a Jury be appointed to ascertain the 
Value of any persons Land or Estate so taken according to Law. 

A. OLIVER, pr order 

Which Report being read a"nd considered 

The Committee agreed to Accept the same. 

Andrew Oliver, Esq. from the Committee appointed the 4 th in- 
stant, to consider the most convenient place to open a New Street 
into King Street to the Eastward of Mackrel Lane, made the fol- 
lowing Report. Viz 1 . 

The Committee appointed to consider the most convenient place 
to open a Street at the lower end of King Street, and view the 
same, are of Opinion, That there be a Street opened there of Forty 
feet wide, seven feet thereof to be taken off the East end of Mr 
Wheatleys House Lot, and the remainder from the Land adjoining 
thereto formerly the Estate of Elisha Cooke Esq, deceased, in order 
to make the Opening into King Street ; and that a Jury be ap- 
pointed to Ascertain the Value of the same according to Law ; and 
that a Street be laid out of that Wedth from King Street on a 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 107 

Strait line till it meets The Street leading to the House of Benj* 
Hallowell Esq which Street the Committee propose should be like- 
wise made forty feet wide ; Provided that neither the Town nor 
any of the Abutters shall be compelled to be at any Expence in 
filling up any low places in said Street or paving the same until 
the Town of Boston shall see fit to give order concerning it, but 
that it may be lawful for any Persons notwithstanding, voluntarily 
to fill up said Street and make it passable without being molested 
or hindered in so doing ; and as said Street will cross a Dock (the 
wharf of the North side of which is occupied by Mr Benj a Phillips) 
it ma}' be also lawful for any Persons to fill up so much of said 
Dock on the South side thereof as to leave it of a Wedth sufficient 
for Boats to pass, twelve feet wide at the least, and from thence 
to lay a Bridge across said Dock sufficient for Carts to pass over, 
and that said Bridge be laid on the most Westerly side of said pro- 
posed Street so as least to incommode the Dock below : And the 
Proprietors on either side of the Dock above the Bridge may at any 
time fill up their respective parts of said Dock ; Saving that when 
it shall be wholly filled up, they shall lay the Common Sewer from 
the present mouth thereof to the Bridge aforesaid in the same 
manner as it is laid above. 

P order of the Committee 

A. OLIVER. 
Which Report being read and considered 

The Committee agreed that a New Street of forty feet wide 
should be laid open from King Street to the Eastward of Mackrel 
Lane to run to Mr Hallowells House in Battery March, agreeable 
to the said Report, And that the same be Accepted as it now 
Stands. 

Voted that the Committee appointed for the New Street from 
King Street to Mr Hallowell's House be also desired to View 
and consider the Street called Battery March leading from Mr 
Hallowells to the South Battery and report thereon 

James Bowdoin, Esqr. from the Committee appointed the 4 th . 
instant upon Water Street and Milk Street made the following 
Report Viz'. 

The Committee appointed to consider what Alterations were 
proper to be made in Water Street and Milk Street have taken a 
View of said Streets and find. 

That Water Street where Pudding lane strikes it, is thirty nine 
feet wide ; from whence it runs of different Wedths to Quaker lane ; 
the North side being a curve line or making an Elbow to said 
Quaker lane Between the Easterly side of said Lane and the corner 
of Mr Torreys Land the said Street contracts of a sudden being 
there but thirty one feet wide and continues contracting to the 
lower end of it at Mr Parrotts in Mackrel lane where it is Seven- 
teen feet and an half wide. 

The Committee are of Opinion that from Pudding Lane East- 
ward this. Street should be forty feet wide ; and to make it so, 
they propose that the North side of it as far down as Quaker lane 



108 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

should be bounded by a Strait line to run from the Corner of said 
Quaker lane up to Pudding lane so as to take in one foot of said 
Pudding lane. This line would cut off the Elbow aforesaid and 
no way incommode the Abutters. 

Between Quaker lane and Mackrel lane they propose that the 
Street should be widened on the North side, and in such a man- 
ner as to take in nine feet of the West side of the most Western 
Lot ; and Twenty two feet and an half of the East side of the most 
Eastern Lot which will make this part of the Street 40 feet wide 
and perfectly strait. Some of the Abutters on this part of the 
Street should have a suitable Compensation for the Land taken 
from them. 

The Committee also find that Milk Street where Treasurer Gray 
lives is 28 feet wide, and at the South East Corner of Col Wen- 
dell's Land 22 feet ; thence it immediately widens to 27 feet, and 
continues that Wedth to young Mr Oliver's Corner ; thenee it 
contracts to 18 feet & runs of different Wedths to the End of it 
where it is 22 feet wide. 

The Committee think it would be proper that this Street from 
Mr Grays Eastward should be at least forty feet wide, and that 
so much of the Abutting Land on both Sides be taken into it, as 
will make the Street of that Wedth. Said Abutting Land to be 
taken wherever it will best serve to make the said Street most 
uniform and regular. JAMES BOWDOIN. 

SAM. HEWES. 
A. OLIVER, JUN B . 

Boston April 8. 1760. 

Which Report being read and considered after some Debate 
thereon. 

Voted, That that part of said Report which relates to Water 
Street be accepted. 

And on that part of the Report respecting Milk Street 

Voted, That the said Committee be desired to perfect their Re- 
port as to the running of the Lines. 

Also Voted, That the said Committee be desired again to take 
a View of the lower part of Water Street, and further consider 
and report thereon. 

Adjourned to tomorrow afternoon 3 o'clock. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee April 11. 1760. 

Present. His Honour the Lieut Gov r . 

Capt. Osborne. Capt. Erving. Mr Gushing. 

Col Wendell. Mr Bowdoin. Capt. Hewes. 

Major Watts. Mr Hubbard. Mr Austin. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Henshaw. Mr Oliver jun r . 

Col. Jackson. 

James Bowdoin, Esq. from the Committee on Water Street and 
Milk Street made the following further Report Viz 4 . 

With regard to Water Street the Committee are further of 
Opinion that it should be continued from Mackrel lane Easterly to 
the New proposed Street; the North side of it to be. run from 
Mackrel lane on a line with the Southerly end of Mr Wheelwrights 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 109 

Brick Warehouse ; and the South side to run Parallel with said 
line at 80 feet distance which will make this part of the Street 30 
feet wide and perfectly strait. 

With regard to Milk Street, the Committee find there must be a 
small bend in said Street to the Eastward of Mr Gray's, Vizt. on 
the West side of Mr Dowse's Land at feet distance from his 

Corner. From this Point (where a Stake is driven) to a burnt Post 
on the North side of the Street, near the Mouth of a Common 
Shore where the Angle will be, is 40 feet. The Committee propose 
that 12 feet be taken from the Abutting Land on the North side 
opposite to Mr Gray's ; and from thence that a strait line should 
be run to the burnt Post aforesaid near the Mouth of the Common 
Shore aforesaid, and from thence another strait line to the Corner 
at the East end of the Street on the North side which will com- 
plete the north side of the Street. 

With respect to the South side of the Street they propose that 
a line should be run from Mr Gray's on a range with Mr Bourn's 
house to the Stake aforesaid on the West side of Mr Dowse's 
Land ; and from thence to Battery March Street, to strike said 
Street at 40 feet distance from the Corner aforesaid on the North 
side of said Milk Street. 

These lines compleat the Street and make it perfectly Strait 
from Mr Gray's to Mr Dowse's, and from Mr Dowse's to the 
End of it ; and forty feet wide through that whole length, agree- 
able to these Lines the Committee have Caused the Street to be 
staked out. 

The Committee are also of Opinion that a Lane should be made 
from Milk Street to Water Street in the direction of Horn lane to 
open into Water Street through the Land belonging to Mr Beigh- 
'ton & Mr Walley and that it should be strait and twenty one feet 
wide. Horn lane from Milk Street will make a part of this pro- 
posed lane till it turns Westward ; this Western part of Horn Lane 
is proposed to be shut up. 

Boston April 11. 1760. JAMES BOWDOIN. 

SAM. HEWES. 
A. OLIVER, JUN B . 

Which Eeport being read, after some Debate thereon, Voted. 
That that part of the said Report which relates to Water Street be 
accepted. 

Voted. That the whole Committee go upon the Ground and take 
a View of the lower part of Milk Street before they come to a 
determination upon the Committees Report respecting the said 
Street, and that the same be attended this afternoon at 6 o'clock. 

Upon Application made by Francis Borland, Esq. Liberty is 
granted him to rebuild his Warehouse on the wharf to the East- 
ward of Mackrel Lane near Olivers Dock ; provided the same be 
built with Brick or Stone and Covered with Slate or Tile agreeable 
to Law. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee, April 12. 1760. 

Present. 
Capt. Osborne. Capt. Erving. Mr Gushing. 



110 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Col. Wendell. Mr Bowdoin. Capt. Hewes. 

Major Watts. Mr Hancock. Mr Scollay. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Hubbard. Mr Austin. 

Dr Pynchon. Mr Henshaw. Mr Oliver, jun r . 

Col. Jackson. 

The Committee appointed the 10 th instant, to Stake out Lev- 
eretts Lane make the following Report, Vizt. 

The Committee for Widening Leveretts Lane agreeable to 
directions have Staked it out and find it will be Crooked if it run 
as agreed upon. And therefore would propose that the East side 
of Leveretts Lane keep a strait Course till it meet with Water 
Street, that it be 30 feet wide against the Northerly part of 
Deacon Salter's Land, and that it be 35 feet wide where it meets 
with Water Street. 

It is further proposed to Open a Street of 35 feet wide through 
Mr Dalton's Land to Milk Street as near as may be upon a line 
with Leveretts Street. 

J. OSBORNE. 
SAM L WATTS. 
THO S GUSHING. 

Which Report being read and considered 

The above Proposals were approved of and the said Committee 
are desired to Conform themselves accordingly. 

The Committee having Viewed the lower part of Milk Street 
according to appointment yesterday now entered into the further 
Consideration of the Committees Report relating to the same 

as entred yesterday, and after a Debate thereon The Question 

was put, whether the Committee's Report be Accepted ? It passed 
in the Affirmative. 

Upon that part of the said Committee's Report respecting Horn 
Lane as entered yesterday. Voted, That the Report be Accepted 
according to the proposed Alterations and the Committee are 
desired to Amend their Report accordingly. Also Voted That 
the said Committee be desired to make Provision for the Com- 
mon Shore now lying within Mr Calefs Land in Milk Street, that 
the same may not be hereafter Obstructed. 

Adjourned to Tuesday next at 3 o'clock p.m. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee April 17. 1760. 

Present, His Honor the Lieut Gov. 

Capt. Osborne. Judge Sewall. Mr Gushing. 

Col. Wendell. Mr Bowdoin. Capt. Hewes. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Hancock. Mr Scollay. 

Dr Pynchon. Mr Hubbard. Mr Oliver, jun r . 

Mr Henshaw. 

Upon Application made by Capt. Bartholomew Cheever, Liberty 
is granted him to rebuild his Warehouse in King Street, provided 
the same be built with Stone or Brick and Covered with Slate or 
Tile agreeable to Law. 

Andrew Oliver, Esq. from the Committee appointed to ascertain 
the Lines of Mackrel Lane, and of the Street leading from the 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. Ill 

lower end of King Street to Battery March make the following 
Report Vizt. 

The Committee appointed to ascertain the Lines of Mackrel 
Lane, and of the Street leading from the lower end of King Street 
to Battery March have caused the same to be staked out, (each 
of them to be forty foot wide) as follows Vizt. 

The West side of Mackrel Lane to run upon a Line with the 
East end of the House occupied by Mr James Gooch to a point 
upon a Line with the Front of Mr Lindalls Brick Buildings, and 
from thence to run on a strait line till it touches young Mi- 
Oliver's Brick Wall before his House at Seven feet distance from 
his North East Corner ; The East Line will then come Seven 
feet on Mr-Powells Corner opposite so as to open Mackrel Lane 
and Oliver Street fairly into each other. 

These Lines seem most convenient as they will take in as much 
of the Old Street as can be taken in, in any other direction, 
and the Bend being near the Middle will be less perceptible than 
if it were made in any other part of the Street. 

JOSHUA, HENSHAW. A. OLIVER. 
JOHN SCOLLAY. THO S HANCOCK. 

The Committee have likewise caused the lower Street to be 
marked out, the North West Corner thereof to be thirty eight 
feet from Mr Cooke's Brick Warehouse which he is now repairing 
(formerly occupied as a Dwelling house by the Widow Checkley) 
the Western Line of said Street to run from thence to a point 
twenty feet distant from the Middle of the South end of the Pave- 
ment near to Mr Hallowells late Dwelling house ; the Eastern 
Line to run paralell with it ; and that no Buildings be set up 
within said Lines. 

A. OLIVER. 

THO S HANCOCK. 

JOHN SCOLLAY. 
Which Reports being read and considered 

Voted, That the same be Accepted, with regard to both said 
Streets. 

A Petition of a number of the Inhabitants of the Town of Bos- 
ton, praying that liberty may not be granted to any Tanners Cur- 
riers or Tallow Chandlers to Erect any Buildings or Workhouses 
to carry on their said Business's on any of the Places laid desolate 
by the Fire, but that they be obliged to carry on their said busi- 
ness in such parts of the Town as will not be Offensive to the In- 
habitants. Read. 

James Bowdoin, Esq. from the Committee on Horn Lane and the 
Common Shore in Milk Street as entred the 12 th instant, made the 
following Report. Vizt. The Committee propose that this Horn 
Lane should be widened on the East side of it, by taking into it 
feet of the Southerly line of Winter Calefs Land where it bounds 
on Milk Street; and to run from thence on a Strait line through 
said Calefs Land and Thomas Walley's Land so as to take in 
feet of said Walleys Front upon Water Street. The West side of 



112 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

said Lane to run Northerly from Milk Street on the same line as 
heretofore till it strikes the Rear of Mr Beighton's Land ; then to 
run through said Beighton's Land on the same strait course to 
Water street where it will take in feet of said Beighton's front. 
These lines will make the said Lane strait and twenty one feet wide. 

The Committee propose also that the Mouth of the Common 
Shore before mentioned on the North side of Milk Street, lying 
within the aforesaid Land of the aforesaid Winter Calef should be 
fenced off and be no longer within private Property ; that it may 
be come at more readily to be Cleansed when necessary ; and for 
this purpose that there be taken from said Calefs Land a peice 
measuring 12 feet on said Milk Street and running back of that 
Wedth fourteen feet. 

JAMES BOWDOIN. 
SAM L HEWES. 

Boston April 14. 1760. A. OLIVER, JUN B . 

Which Report being read and considered. 
Voted, That the same be Accepted. 
Adjourned to Thursday next 8 o'clock P. M. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee, May 1. 1760. 
Present, His Honour the Lieut Governour. 

Capt. Osborne. Mr Hubbard. Mr Henshaw. 

Col. Wendell. Mr Gushing. Capt. Hewes. 

Mr Oliver. Col. Jackson. Mr Scollay. 

Mr Bowdoin. Mr Austin. 

A Memorial of Francis Borland, Esq. remonstrating against the 
laying out of Leveretts Lane so as to run into Milk Street through 
his Land in the Occupation of Joseph Calef and also against 
the Widening of Milk Street and bringing it Nine feet upon the 
same Land as is proposed. Praying that these Matters may be 
again taken into Consideration. Read. 

The Committee appointed to lay out the New Street from King 
Street to Mr Hallowells in Battery March. Presented a Plan of 
the said Street in the manner they proposed the same should be 
laid out. 

On a Representation of Mr Benja. Harrod that the running of 
the New Street on a Strait line from King Street to Mr Hallow- 
ell's would greatly detriment said Harrods House Lot. Voted. 
That Mr Bowdoin, Mr Henshaw and Mr Scollay be a Committee 
to view the Premises and make Report as soon as may be. 

The Committee appointed to view and consider the laying out 
of Battery March. Presented a Plan of the said Street in the man- 
ner they proposed the same should be laid out. Which being 
considered 

Voted. That the same be Accepted 

At a Meeting of the said Committee May 2. 1760. 

Present. 
Capt. Osborne. Mr Henshaw. Capt. Hewes. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 113 

Col. Wendell. Col. Jackson. Mr Scollay. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Gushing. Mr Austin. 

Mr Bowdoin. Mr Oliver, jun r . 

The Committee appointed yesterday on the Representation of 
Mr Harrod relating to the New Street from King Street to Mr 
Hallowells, made the following Report, Vizt. The Committee 
appointed by the f oregoing Vote, having viewed Mr Harrod's and 
Mr Wheatley's House Lots are of opinion, That the New Street 
should run from King Street at right Angles with said King Street 
as far as the Rear or Southerly line of said Lots, and from thence 
on a Strait line in the following manner, Vizt. On the West- 
erly side from the Rear of Mr Wheatley's Lot to a point twenty 
feet westward of the Centre of the South end of the Pavement 
near Mr Hallowell's late Dwelling house ; The Easterly side to run 
parallel with the other from the Rear of Mr Harrod's Lot at forty 
feet distance. 

JAMES BOWDOIN. 

Boston May 2 d . 1760. JOSHUA HENSHAW. 

JOHN SCOLLAY. 

Which Report being read and considered. 

Voted, That the same be Accepted. 

The following was omitted being entred yesterday. 

The Committee being informed that several Persons are Erect- 
ing buildings in the Places laid Waste by the Fires, contrary to 
Law. 

Voted, That Mr Baker notify the following Persons to attend 
the Committee tomorrow at 3 o'clock afternoon and to stop pro- 
ceeding in the mean time. Vizt. 

Mr Allen a Smiths Shop on Col. Wendells Land. 

Mr Read a building for Blockmakers Work. 

Mr Hallowell a Smiths Shop: and 

Mr William Blair Townsend a Shed near King Street. 

Adjourned to Thursday next 3 o'clock P. M. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee May. 8. 1760 

Present. 

His Honour the Lieut Governor. 

Capt. Osborne. Dr Pvnchon. Capt. Hewes. 

Col. Wendell. Capt.' Erving. Mr Scollay. 

Mr. Oliver. Mr Henshaw. Mr Austin. 

Col. Jackson. 

Upon Application made by Mr William Hall, Liberty is granted 
him to build a Store or Warehouse in Horn Lane, provided the 
same be built with Stone or Brick and Covered with Slate or Tile 
agreeable to Law ; provided also that the same does not interfere 
with any of the Streets as they are proposed to be laid out. 

Upon Application made by John Wheelwright, Esq. Liberty is 
granted him to rebuild his Warehouse near Olivers Dock. Pro- 
vided the same be built with Stone or Brick and Covered with Slate 
or Tile agreeable to Law. 



114 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

A Letter from Timothy Lindall, Esqr. dated Salem, April 28. 
1760. desiring liberty to rebuild the Front of his Warehouse near 
Olivers Dock with Wood ; was Read and being Considered ; 
The Question was put, Whether it be the mind of the Committee 
they could grant such liberty? it passed in the Negative. 

The Committee agreed to meet on Monday next at three o'clock 
in the Afternoon, to consider the following Matters. Vizt. 

To determine whether the Committee will reconsider their Vote 
for laying out a New Street from the lower end of King Street to 
Mr Hallowells. 

Whether they will reconsider their Vote for making Horn Lane 
strait by running through Mr Walleys and Mr Beightons Estates. 

Whether they will make any Alteration in the direction of Milk 
Street. 

And Mr Baker is to Notify all the Gentlemen of the Committee 
thereof. 

Adjourned to Monday next 3 o'clock P. M. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee May 12. 1760. 

Present. 

His Honour the Lieut. Governour. 

Capt. Osborne. Mr Hubbard. Mr Gushing. 

Col. Wendell. Mr Henshaw. Capt. Hewes. 

Mr Oliver. Col. Jackson. Mr Scollay. 

Capt. Erving. Mr Austin. 

The Committee according to Appointment entred into the Con- 
sideration, Whether they would reconsider their Vote for laying 
out a New Street from the lower end of King Street to Mr Hallow- 
ell's. And the Question being put. Whether the Committee 

would reconsider the same ? And it passed in the Affirmative. 

Voted. That the further Consideration of laying out the said 
Street be referred to Thursday next 3 o'clock Afternoon. 

The Committee entred into the Consideration of Horn Lane, 
and after some debate thereon. 

Voted, that the Vote of the Committee for making Horn Lane 
strait by running through Mr Walleys and Mr Beightons Lands, 
be reconsidered and that the said Lane remain in the same man- 
ner and in the same direction it did formerly. 

The Committee entred into the Consideration of Milk Street, 
and after considerable debate thereon. 

Voted, That Capt. Erving, Mr Hancock, Mr Cushing, Capt. 
Hewes and Mr Scollay be a committee to view the said Street 
again, well consider and determine whether the running of the 
Lines of the said Street can any wa3~s be made more beneficial than 
those already agreed on by this Committee, and Report thereon. 

Information being given that John Wheelwright, Esq. was erecting 
his Warehouse near Oliver's Dock partly with Wood contrary to 
Law. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 115 

Unanimously voted that a Message be sent to the said Mr 
Wheelwright to acquaint him that the Committee expect that he 
does not proceed any further therein, unless he comply with the 
directions of the 



The Committee on Pudding Lane made the following Report the 
I st of May instant, and was then omitted: Vizt. The Committee 
on Pudding Lane further report, that they have run near a 8. S. W. 
Line from the S. VV. Corner of Mr Gridleys office to a Stake 75 
feet distant therefrom and from thence near a South Course to a 
Stake in Water Street 6 feet below the Eastern corner of said 
Lane, thence crossing the Lane Westward and taking in 4 feet 
of the late Mr Benja. Clarks Cellar will with the Lane, leave a 
Street 25 feet wide on Water Street. 

Then running from the point of 4^ feet of Mr Clarks Cellar on 
the West side of said Lane a direct Course to a Post at 15 feet 
distance from Mr Phillips his Brick Stable Wall, being the Boun- 
dary of Richard Foster Esqr Land, and crossing over to the Line 
on the East side of said Lane leaves a Street of 28 feet wide there, 
- and have caused the same to be staked out accordingly. 

THO S HUBBARD, in the name of the Committee. 

May 1. 1760. 

Which Report being read and considered 

Voted, That the same be Accepted. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee, May 15. 1760. 

Present. 

His Honour the Lieut Governour. 

Capt. Osborne. Mr Hancock. Mr Gushing. 

Col Wendell. Mr Hubbard. Capt. Hewes. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Henshaw. Mr Scollay. 

Capt. Erving. Col. Jackson. Mr Austin. 

The Committee entred into the Consideration of Milk Street, 
and after having been upon the Ground in a body and viewed the 
same. 

John Erving, Esq r . from the Committee appointed the 12 th in- 
stant made u Verbal Report. 

That the said Committee were of Opinion that the former deter- 
mination of this Committee relating to the running of the Lines of 
tiie said Street should be Altered, and that the same should be 
widened upon the South side so as to make it forty feet in Wedth 
according to thu Lines they proposed. 

Voted, That the Report of the said Committee as it relates to 
widening of the said Street upon the South side be Accepted. - 
And that the said Committee be desired to stake the same out 
agreeable to their Report, and make Report tomorrow at One 
o'clock P. M. 

The Vote of the Town of Boston at their Meeting the 13 th in- 
stant, relating to the New Street from King Street to Mr Hallow- 
ell's - was Read. 

Voted, That the further Consideration of the said Street be 
referred till tomorrow. 

Adjourned to tomorrow one o'clock P. M. 



116 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee May. 16. 1760. 

Present. 

His Honour the Lieut Governour. 

Capt. Osborne. Dr Pynchon. Mr Henshaw. 

Col. Wendell. Capt. Erving. Mr Cashing. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Hancock. Mr Austin. 

Mr Hubbard. 

The Committee entred into the Consideration of the New Street 
proposed to be laid out from King Street and after some debate 
thereon. The Question was put, Whether the Committee think 
it convenient that any Provision be made for the laying out a New 
Street from King Street to Mr Hallowells late Dwelling house? 
And it passed in the Negative. 

Voted ; That the Street from the lower end of Milk Street to 
Mr Hallowells late Dwelling house be made and continued Forty 
feet in Wedth, and that the Committee appointed on Milk 
Street be desired to Stake out the same accordingly. 

Voted, That the determination of this Committee with respect 
to Water Streets running down thirty feet in Wedth to the New 
Street that was proposed to be laid out from King Street to Mr 
Hallowells, be reconsidered and that no Provision be made 
for laying out the lower part of said Water Street any further 
than Mackrel lane. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee, June 5. 1760. 

Present 

Capt. Osborne. Judge Sewall. Mr Gushing. 

Major Watts. Mr Bowdoin. Capt. Hewes. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Henshaw. Mr Scollay. 

Col. Jackson. 

Deacon Waite * and Mr Reed Appeared and desired that a Jury 
might be impannelled to Apprize their Lands in King Street that 
are taken into Mackrel Lane. 

Upon Application made by Mr Benja. Harrod Liberty is granted 
him to rebuild his Warehouse in King Street ; provided the same 
be built with Brick or Stone and Covered with Slate or Tile agree- 
able to Law. 

Voted ; That Judge Sewall and Mr Bowdoin be desired to pre- 
pare the draft of a Bill to lay before the Great and General Court 
to Confirm the Doings of this Committee with regard to laying 
out the several Streets, to prevent the building with WoO'l in 
the Town of Boston for the future, and to indemnify such as 
have heretofore transgressed in that Matter provided they Cover 
their Buildings with Slate or Tile & rough Cast the Outside. 

Upon Application made by Joseph Dowse Esq r . Liberty is 
granted him to build a Stable on his Land in Milk Street; pro- 
vided the same be built with Brick or Stone and Covered with 
Slate or Tile agreeable to Law. 

Adjourned to Monday next at 10 o'clock A. M. 

* Baiter in margin. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1760. 117 

At a Meeting of the said Committee June 9, 1760 

Present. 

His Honour the Lieut. Governour. 
Capt. Osborne. Judge Sewall. Col Jackson. 
Col. Wendell. Gapt. Erving. Mr Gushing. 

Major Watts. Mr Bowdoin. Mr Scollay. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Hancock. Mr Austin. 

Mr Heushaw. 

Upon Application made by Mr Jonathan Mason, Liberty is 
granted him to rebuild his Dwelling house in Cornhill ; provided 
the same be built with Brick or Stone and Covered with Slate or 
Tile agreeable to Law. 

The Question was put, Whether Bread Street should be made 
Wider than Twenty five feet as laid out by the Selectmen before 
the last Fire ? 

It passed in the Affirmative. 

Voted ; That the said Street be laid out Thirty feet in Wedth 

Judge Sewall from the Committee appointed to prepare the Draft 
of a Bill to be presented to the Great and General Court, for Con- 
firming the Doings of this Committee with regard to laying out 
the Streets &c reported the same which was read and approved 
by the Committee. 

John Erving, Esqr. from the Committee on Milk Street &c make 
the following Report ; Vizt. 

The Committee to whom was referred the Consideration of what 
Alteration it may be necessary to make in Milk Street, have 
viewed said Street and find if it should be laid out agreeable to 
the report made by a Committee the 11 th of April last, it will be 
very Expensive to the Town as well as very detrimental to the 
Proprietors, especially on the North side of said Street. 

They would therefore propose that the North side of the Street 
be laid out in the following manner, that Twelve & half feet be 
taken from the Land to the North West Corner of Mr Bourns 
house, from this point (where a Stake is fixed) the street to run 
on a Line to the Eastward to a 'Stake near the Cinque in Mr 
Calef's Land, from thence on a Line to the South East Corner of 
Colo. Wendells Brick Wall, from thence on a Line to a Stake 
fixed at the North East Corner of said Street, which will Compleat 
the North side thereof. 

They would propose the South side of said Street to be laid 
out in the following manner, that it run on a Line from the North 
East Corner of Mr Bourns house to a Stake near Mr Dowse' s 
Land, opposite to, and at 40 feet distance from the Stake afore- 
said nigh the Cinque in Mr Calefs Land, from thence on a Line 
to a Stake in Mr Prouts Land, opposite to and at Forty feet dis- 
tance from the South East Corner of Col. Wendells Brick Wall, 
from thence on a Line to Battery March to Strike said Street at 
Forty feet distance from the Stake placed at the North East 
Corner of Milk Street. 

These Lines Compleat the Street and will render it very com- 



118 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

modius, the Committee have accordingly caused the Street to be 
Staked out, and do now exhibit a Plan agreeable thereto. 

The Committee propose that the Cinque before mentioned on 
the North side of Milk Street lying in the aforesaid Land of the 
aforesaid Calef should be fenced off and be no longer within 
private Property that it may be come at more readily to be cleansed 
when necessary and for this purpose that there be taken from said 
Calefs Land a Peice measuring Twelve feet on said Milk Street 
and running back of that Wedth fourteen feet. 

The Committee further report that the Street called Battery 
March be continued from Milk Street towards Mr Hallowells 
upon the same direction with the Pavement now there, said Pave- 
ment to make the West side of the Street, and that it be made 
Forty feet wide by taking in part of the ship yard or Eastern side 
for that purpose. 

The Committee further report that the Street called Bread 
Street leading from Mackrel Lane to the lower part of Milk 
Street be Widened to Thirty feet by taking in the Land on the 
East side of said Street, excepting the Land that is already staked 
out on the West side JOHN ERVING by order 

Which Report being read and considered 

Voted, That the same be Accepted. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee June 14. 1760 

Present. 

His Honour the Lieut Governour. 

Capt. Osborne. Judge Sewall. Col Jackson. 

Col. Wendell. Mr Bowdoin. Mr Gushing. 

Major Watts. Mr Hancock. Mr Scollay. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Hubbard. Mr Austin. 

Mr Henshaw. 

James Bowdoin, Esq. from the Committee made the following 
Report relating to a New Street between Water Street and Milk 
Street in the direction of Leverett Street Vizt. 

The Committee last appointed to lay out a New Street between 
Water Street and Milk Street as near as may be in a Line with 
Leverett Street, report as follows, Vizt. 

That the Easterly side of said New Street shall be on a line or 
range with the Easterly side of Leveretts Street, This Line will 
strike the Southerly side of Water Street feet to the Southwest 
of the S. W. Corner of Mr Torrey's Cellar Wall (which Wall 
butts Southerly on Horn Lane) and will strike the Southerly side 
of Milk Street at a Stake Nineteen feet to the Eastward of the 
Northeast Corner of Mr Melatiah Bourn's Brick house ; And the 
Westerly side of said New Street shall be Paralell with the other 
and at the distance of thirty five feet therefrom ; and according 
to these Lines the said New Street is staked out ; The Easterly 
side of this New Street ranging with the Easterly side of said 
Leveretts Street ; they both together make a strait line from King 
Street to Milk Street. 

JAMES BOWDOIN. 

Boston June 14. 1760. JOHN SCOLLAY. 



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Which Report being read and considered 
Voted, that the same be Accepted. 

The Committee agreed to reconsider their Vote about laying out 
a New Street from King Street to Mr Hallowell's late Dwelling 
house, and that they would meet on Monday next at Six o'clock 
in the Afternoon to consider the same. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee June 16. 1760. 

Present. 

Capt. Osborne. Mr Bowdoin. Mr Gushing. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Hubbard. Mr. Scollay. 

Judge Sewall. Mr Heoshaw. Mr Austin. 

Col Jackson. 

Upon Application made by Mr. John Wheatley, Liberty is 
granted him to rebuild his Dwelling house in King Street, pro- 
vided the same be built with Brick or Stone and Covered with 
Slate or Tile agreeable to Law. 

James Bowdoin, Esq r . from the Committee appointed on Mackerel 
Street and Bread Street ; made the following Report. Vizt. 

The Committee last appointed to lay out Mackrel Street and 
Bread Street, report as follows, Vizt. That the Westerly side of 
Mackrel Street shall run as heretofore from the N. E. Corner of 
the late Treasurer Foye's house in King Street (now Occupied as 
a Tavern by Mr Gooch) to the Southerly end of the Brick Wall 
of Mr Perkins's late Dwelling house about 145 feet ; and from 
thence on a Strait line to a Stake ranging with the Southerly side 
of Mr Parrotts house at the distance of 40 feet from the S. W. 
Corner thereof, and from thence on the same line to Milk Street ; 
These Lines compleat the Westerly side of the Street which will 
be nearly strait ; The Easterly side of said Street between Milk 
Street and Water Street shall be Paralell with the Westerly side 
at the distance of Forty feet; This Easterly side will just touch 
the S. W. Corner of Mr Parrotts house ; From King Street the 
Easterly side of said Mackrel Street shall run from a point Forty 
feet to the Eastward of the North East Corner of the late Mr 
Foye's house aforesaid, from thence on a Strait line to the N. W. 
Corner of the Cellar Wall of Mr Alford's late Warehouse, or to 
the S. W. Corner of the head of Oliver's Dock both said Corners 
being of the same point; From said point (where the Street will 
be about 40 feet Wide or a little more) it shall run about 103 
feet to a Stake on the Northerly side of a passage way leading 
down to Mr Wheelwright's BricK Warehouse, at which stake the 
Easterly line of Bread Street being continued across said Passage 

Way will Strike, With regard to Bread Street the Committee 

propose that the Westerly side thereof shall run Northwardly 
from Milk Street from the Old Westerly Corner to a stake (rang- 
ing with the Southerly side of Water Street,) at forty eight feet 
distance from the N. E. Corner of the Brick Wall of Mr Parrotts 
late Dwelling house ; This Last mentioned Stake shall be the 
Corner formed by [the] Southerly line of Water Street, and the 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

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Westerly line of Bread Street ; And the Easterly side of said 
Bread Street shall be paralell with the Westerly side thereof 
(above described) and distant therefrom Forty feet in every part ; 
and all the Land lying between the Westerly & Easterly lines of 
Mackrel Street, and the Southerly line of Water Street as they 
are above described shall for the future lie open and make part of 
the Public Way, 

Boston June 16. 1760. JAMES BOWDOIN. 

JOHN SCOLLAY. 

Which Report being read and considered 

Voted that the same be Accepted. 

James Bowdoin, Esqr. from the Committee appointed to lay out 
Battery March Street and the lower part of Purchase Street, made 
the following Report, Vizt. The Committee appointed to lay out 
Battery March Street and the lower part of Purchase Street, 

having viewed the same report. First with regard to 

Battery March Street That the line from Mr Hallowells to 
the lower Corner of Mr Ingersoll's Cellar Wall shall con- 
tinue as formerly; from the lower Corner of said Cellar it 
shall run 84 feet to a stake which ranges with the Front of said 
Wall, at this Stake will be the turning of the Street from whence 
the Line shall run to the nearest or Northeast Corner of Mr 
Eddy's house about 81 feet from thence on the same line to the 
nearest or Northeast Corner of Col. Wendell's Bakehouse 
about 309 feet from thence on a Strait line to the farthest or 
Southeast Corner of Col. Wendell's Distill house about 168 feet; 
from thence about 205 feet on a strait line to a Stake which ranges 
with the Southerly side of the Cellar Wall of a House of Col. 
Wendell's lately occupied by Mr Allen ; this stake is 5 feet dis- 
tant from the S. E. Corner of said Cellar, & here the Street has 
a considerable turning, from said stake the line shall run strait 
about 68 feet to a stake on the Southerly side of Sconce lane at 
120 feet distance from Purchase Street from thence about 128 feet 
to a stake on the Northerly side of Alex r Hunts Land at 120 feet 
from Purchase Street aforesaid. 

The above described lines which are all strait compleat the Land 
side of Battery March Street from Mr Ingersolls as far Southward 
as the Fire extended ; the opposite side of said Street next the Sea 
shall be Paralell to the side above described and in every part at 
40 feet distance therefrom 

Secondly, With regard to Purchase Street, the Committee re- 
port, That the Easterly end of said Purchase Street shall be 
widened in the following manner ; Vizt. the Northerly side of said 
Street shall begin at a stake in the Westerly line of Battery March 
at 61 feet distance from the nearest or South East Corner of Col. 
Wendells Distill house ; from thence it shall run about 119 feet on 
a strait line to the South Easterly Corner of the Cellar Wall of a 
House belonging to Col. Wendell where Mr Audebert lately 
dwelt, from thence it shall run as hereto fpre as far as Mr Alex r 
Hunt's Dwelling house, & the Southerly, side of said Purchase 
Street shall be 30 - feet distant from the other side and parallel 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 121 

therewith as far as said Hunt's Dwelling house aforesaid ; which 
is as far as the Fire extended in that quarter. 

JAMES BOWDOIN. 

Boston June 14. 1760. JOHN SCOLLAY. 

Which Report being read and considered 
Voted, that the same be accepted. 

The Committee according to appointment, took into Consider- 
ation the Affair of laying out a New Street from King Street to 
Battery March near Mr Hallowell's late Dwelling house and the 
matter being fully debated, The Question was put, Whether a New 
Street should be laid out there? It passed in the Negative. 

At a Meeting of the said Committee, June 17. 1760. 

Present. 

Capt. Osborne. Capt. Erving. Mr Henshaw. 

Col. Wendell. Mr Bowdoiu. Col. Jackson. 

Major Watts. Mr Hancock. Mr Gushing. 

Mr Oliver. Mr Hubbard. Mr Scollay. 

Judge Sewall. Mr Austin. 

The Committee agreed that the Lines of Bread Street should be 
run strait as near as may be to Battery March Street, and 
Mr dishing and Mr Austin were appointed a Committee to view 
the Ground & run the Lines, and see whether the same is 
practicable. 

The following Report was made relating to Battery March from 
Milk Street to Mr Hallowell's in case there should be no New 
Street laid out from King Street which was Read and Accepted 
Vizt. 

That Battery March Street be continued from Milk Street tow- 
ards Mr Hallowell's House in the same direction with the Pave- 
ment now there, said Pavement to make the West side of the 
Street, and that it be made forty feet wide by taking in as much 
of the Land on the Easterly side of said Pavement as shall be suf- 
ficient for that purpose. 

The following Report relating to Leverett Street, was omitted 
being recorded Vizt. 

That Leverett Street be widened & laid out in the following 
manner, Vizt. That the East side of said Street from King Street 
to the Southwest Corner of Lindalls Building remain as formerly ; 
from thence it shall run in the same direction to Water Street ; This 
last mentioned line compleats the East side of the Way and will 
leave a Gore of the Old Lane to be purchased by the Abutters, 
This Easterly side will be perfectly strait. 

That it be 30 feet wide against the Northerly part of Deacon 
Salter's Land and that it be 35 feet wide where it meets with 
Water Street ; and that so much of said Salter's and the other 
Abutters Land on the West side of said Street be taken into it as 
to make it of that Wedth, and the same is staked out accordingly. 



122 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

GREEN & RUSSELL'S 
BOSTON POST BOY & ADVERTISER 

Boston March 24. 1760. 

Between 11 and 12 o'Clock at Noon on Monday last, a Fire 
broke out at the West Part of the Town, New Boston so called, 
by some Accident, whereby a Joiner's Shop was consumed, and a 
large Dwelling-House adjoining thereto, was a great Part of it, 
destroyed, and man} T Things therein Burnt ; and several other 
Houses much damaged in the Neighbourhood : The Wind blowing 
very high at N. East, it was a considerable Time before it was ex- 
tinguished : The Roof of the West-Meetiug-House catched on Fire 
in several Places But 03- the Dexterity of the People, and a con- 
stant supply of Water, a Stop was at length put to it And, on 
the Day following, between X and 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon, a 
Store at the upper End of Mr Griffin's wharf, the Chamber of 
which was improved as a Laboratory by the Detachment of His 
Majesty's Train of Royal artillery now here, catched on Fire by 
some Accident ; the Fire soon got to some Powder that was there- 
in, whereby the Building blew up, and some of the Implements, 
Small-arms, and Stores, were destroyed ; tho' the Damage to the 
Train was not so great as it has been reported, or as it was first 
imagined to be ; four or five Men, who were at work in the Time 
of the Explosion, were wounded, and two of them very much 
burnt. In the under Part of the Stone, a Variety of Merchandize, 
Provisions, Salt, etc. belonging to Mr Griffin, were consumed or 
damaged, which, with the Building, makes the Loss very great to 
him. A Carpenter's shop was burnt and a Blacksmith's much 
damaged : This last between the Place where the Fire began, and 
the Warehouses on the lower End of the Wharf, wherein were de- 
posited the chief of the Artillery-Stores ; but the Wind being 
moderate, and a Plenty of Water, the Tide being up, a Communi- 
cation of the Flames with those Stores was, by the Vigilance of 
the People, seasonably prevented : One or two of the Granada 
Shells, and a few Small-arms went off during the Fire : But, thro' 
Divine Favour, no lives were lost. The Explosion was so great 
at first that a considerable Shock was felt even to the extreme 
Parts of the Town. 

But the 20 of March will be a day memorable for the most 
terrible Fire that has happened in the town or perhaps in any other 
part of North America; far exceeding that of Oct. 2, 1711, till 
now termed the Great Fire. It began about Two o'clock in the 
Morning in the Dwelling House of Mrs. Mary Jackson and Son, 
at the Brazen Head in Cornhill [Washington street, nearly opposite 
Williams court] but the Accident which occasioned it is yet un- 
certain. The flames catched the House adjoining in the front of 
the St. and burnt three or four large buildings ; a Stop was put to 
it there at the house of Mrs. West on the South, and Mr Peter 
Cotta on the North, but the Fire raged most violently toward the. 
East. All the Stores fronting Pudding Lane [Devonshire street] 
together with every Dwelling House, from thence Excepting those 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 123 

which front the South side of King-St. and a Store of Mr 
Spooner's on Water St. to Quaker-Lane [Congress street] and 
from thence only leaving a large wooden House and the House 
belonging to the late Cornelius Waldo, it Burnt every House, Shop, 
Store, out-House &c. to Oliver's Dock. And an Eddy of wind 
carrying the Fire contrary to its Course, it took the Building 
fronting the lower Part of King St. and destroyed the Houses from 
the Corner opposite the Bunch of Grapes Tavern [in State 
street, just below the Old State-House] to the Ware house of 
Mess" Box and Austin, leaving only the warehouse of the Hon. 
John Erwing and Dwelling House of Mr Hastings, standing. 
The other Brick warehouse was damaged. The fire extended from 
Mr Torreys the Baker in Water st. and damaging some of Mr. Dai- 
tons new shops, proceeding to Mr Halls working house from there 
to Milk st. and consumed every house from there to Mr Calef's 
Dwelling house [in Milk street, corner of Congress, afterwards 
the famous Julien's restaurant, which stood until July, 1824] to 
the bottom of the street, and the opposite way, from Mr Dawes's 
included it carried every house from Fort Hill except the Hon 
Secretary Olivers and two or three Tenements along Mr. Hallo- 
well's Shipyard his dwelling House the Sconce of the South- 
Battery all the Shops and ; Stores on Col. Wendell's wharf, and 
two or three Ships and a Schooner were burnt one laden with wood 
and another with considerable value. It consumed near 400 
Dwellings Houses Stores Shops Shipping &c. together with Goods 
and Merchandizes of almost every kind to an incredible Value ; 
but it is not ease to describe the Terror of that Fatal morning. 
The alarm was great and an Explosion of some powder soon fol- 
lowed which was seen and felt to a great Distance. The chief part 
had been removed by some hardy adventurers, just before the Ex- 
plosion, the same time cinders and Flakes of fire were seen flying 
over that Quarter, where was reposited the remainder of the 
artillery stores, and combustibles which was preserved from taking 
fire. The people in this and the neighboring towns exerted them- 
selves to an uncommon Degree and were encouraged by the 
Presence and example of the Greatest Personage amongst us, but 
the haughty Flames triumphed over our Engine our Art 
and our numbers. The distressed Inhabitants of those Buildings 
now wrapped in Fire scarce knew where to take refuge from the 
devouring flames ; The Loss of Interest cannot as yet be ascer- 
tained or who have sustained the greatest, it is said that the 
damage which only one man has received cannot be made good 
with 2000 Sterling it is in general to great to be made in any 
measure by the other Inhabitants exhausted as we have been by 
the great Proportion this Town has borne the extraordinary 
Expence of the War and by a demand upon our charity to relieve 
a number of sufferers, and without the compassionate assistance 
of our Christian Friends abroad, distress and ruin may overwhelm 
the greatest Part of them. 

In the midst of our Distress we have great cause for Thanks- 
giving, that notwithstanding the rage of the fire, the explosion at 
the Small Battery, and the falling of the walls, and chimneys, 



124 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Devine Providence, who so merciful! ordered it not one life has 
been lost and few wounded. 

The following is from a List of the Persons who dwelt in the 
Houses, which are now consumed, which was taken by the Asses- 
sors in November last ; And altho' it may not be exact, so that it 
can be determined who are the greatest Sufferers, yet it may serve 
until a more compleat Account be given. Several Widows and a 
few others are probably omitted, which we could not come to the 
knowledge of, and some of those who are inserted wrong placed, 
which our Readers will excuse. 

Cornhill [Washington street] ; Mrs. Mary Jackson & Sou, 
Widow McNeal, Mr. Jonathan Mason, Mrs. Quick. 

Pudding Lane [Devonshire street] ; Wm. Fairfield, Rogers, 

John Sterling, George Glen, James Steward, Widow Marshall, 
Edmond Dolbear. 

Upper part of Water street; Henry Langhton, jun., Mrs. 
Grice, an empty House of Mr. Cazneau, William Palfrey, Joseph 
Richardson, Dinley Wing, Beuj a Jeffries, John Durant, Mr. Law- 
son, and a large curriers shop. 

Quaker Lane [Congress street] ; Wm. Hyslop, S. Salter, with a 
Brew-house, Robt. Jarvis, Dan Ray and Friends Meeting House. 

Towards Olivers Docks ; Daniel Spear, Thos. Bennet, Wm. 
Baker, Eben. Dogget, Jas. Barnes, Dan Henchman, Joseph 
Marion, Thos. Hawkins, Shop and Barn Opposite, Widow Savel, 
James Thompson, Hugh Moore, Widow Davis, Nicholas Tabb, 
Michael Carrol, Two Tenements of Free Negroes. 

Mackerel Lane [Kilby street] ; John Gardner, John Powell, 
Vincent Mundersol, Haselton Barber's Shop and a Gunsmith's, 
Edmund Perkins, James Perkins, Several chair maker's Shops, 
James Graham, Capt. Atherton Haugh, John Doan, Capt. B. 
Smith, Saul Bangs, D. Rourkes, G. Perry, Paul Baxter shop, 
Benj. Salisbury, Nich. Dyer, Wm. Stutely, Peter Air, Francis 
Warden, Benj. Phillip's store, McNeals sail Loft, Palfreys Ditto, 
Pulters cooper shop, Davis Blacksmith, James Graham Ditto, 
Fish Market, Sinsesbys shop, Reads ditto, Harris's ditto, Mellus's 
ditto, T. Palfrey's Sail Loft, Widow Brailesford, John Osborn, 
Obed Cross, Isaac Dafforn. 

Lower Part of Water Street ; William Torrey, Jacob Bucknam, 
James Beaton, Nicholas Lobden, John Rice, Blacksmith's Carpen- 
ter's & Chaisemaker's Shop, Thomas Palfrey, Thomas Hartley jun r , 
Edmond Mann, Col. Thwing, James Thwing, Wi,dow Noyes, Ed. 
Quincy Jr., Thos. Walley, Widow Parsoll, Mrs. Stevenson, Thos. 
Read, Thos. Read Jr., Bruelsley Read, Robt. William, Jas. 
Tucker, John Fullerton, Nath. Winslow, Joseph Webb J., Bar- 
nard & Wheelwrights Shop and Stores adjoining. 

Milk St. and Battery March. Hall's & Messis's Calif's Tan- 
Houses, Thomas Barnes, Widow Giffen, Jones, Waters, Nathan 
Foster, Thomas Speakman, Wm. Freeland, Isaac Hause, Hon. 
John Osborn, Widow Brown, Oliver Wiswall, Caleb Prince, Mrs. 
Mary Oliver, Joseph Dowse, David Burnet, Edward Stone, 
Andrew Oliver Jr., John Powell, Ed. Davis, Mr. Masters, Thos. 
Masters, Benj. Cobb, Jas. Orill, John Pierce, Eben Cushing, Eben 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 125 

Gushing Jr., Jas. Rickord, Joseph Uran, Joseph Putnam, Stephen 
Fullerton, John Province, Andrew Gardner, Mr. Finnesey, 
Andrew Lepair, Samuel Hewes, Increase Blake, Capt. Edward 
Blake, Benj a Hallowell, Daniel Ingersol, Two Blacksmith's and 2 
Boat-builder's and sundry other Shops, Thomas Salter, Peter 
Bourn, Widow Perkins, Nath. Eddy, Joshua Sprigg, Zephaniah 
Basset, John Boyce, Jacob Ridgway, James Moore, Mr. JVluggot, 
Wm. Fullerton, Mr. Hill, John Newell, Win. Cox, Isaac Pierce 
and Distill House, a Bake House, Benj. Frothingham, Ed King, 
John Griffen, Mr. Bright, Thos. Spear, Capt. Killeran, Isaiah 
Auderbert, E. B. Oliver, Math. Salter, Joshua Bowles, James 
Phillips, Isaac Wendell. John Allen, Wallis, Wilson, all Stores, 
hops, &c., on Col. Wendell's wharf. 

King-st. [State street]. John Stevenson, the corner of 
Mackerel-Lane, Widow Foster, Simon Eliot, Peck, Glasier, John 
Green, James Lamb, Widow Checkley, John Wheatly, John Jep- 
son, Benj a Jepson, Thomas White, Hezekiah Cole, Goodwin shop, 
John Peck's shop, Messrs. Apthorp & Gardiner's warehouse, John 
Knight's ditto, Bart. Cheever's ditto, where the fire was stopped. 

There is upwards of 60 Dwelling-Houses, shops and other Build- 
ings consumed, besides those mentioned above, which we have not 
Time to insert in their proper Places. 

The light of the Fire was seen at Portsmouth which is the far- 
thest place we have as yet heard from, and the Explosion occa- 
sioned by the Gun-Powder at the South-Battery was heard at 
Hampton, and many other places, and was thought by many to be 
an Earth-quake. 



126 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

The following is a copy of a Vote passed by the great & general 
court on the 22 d inst : 

attest A OLIVER Sec. 

The House taking into consideration that part of his Excel- 
lency's speech respecting the calamity brought on the town of 
Boston in the late fire, and it appearing on the best information 
that could in so short be obtained that there was consumed 174 
dwelling houses and tenements and 175 ware houses, shops and 
other buildings with a great part of the furniture besides large 
quantities of merchandize, and the stock and tools of many 
tradesmen ; that the loss upon a moderate computation, cannot be 
less than 100,000 sterling ; and it further appearing that the 
number of families inhabiting the aforementioned houses were at 
least 220 three quarters of whom are by this misfortune rendered 
incapable of subsisting themselves, and a great number of them 
are reduced to extream poverty and require immediate relief. 

Voted, That his Excellency the Governor be desired to send 
briefs throughout the province, strongly recommending the un- 
happy case of the sufferers to the inhabitants, and calling upon 
them for a general contribution, to be paid into the hands of the 
Select-men and Overseers of the poor of the town of Boston, to be 
by them distributed as they in their discretion shall judge proper. 

And inasmuch as the necessities of many demand a more speedy 
succor, it is further voted, That there be advanced and paid out 
of the public treasury, into the hands of the Select-men and Over- 
seers aforesaid, the sum of Three Thousand Pounds out of the 
money raised by Excise the year past. 

The said Select-men and Overseers to lay an account of the 
money raised by the publick contribution before this court, and of 
their distribution thereof, and of the sum received out of the Pub- 
lick Treasury. 

Several necessaries were sent the sufferers by the selectmen and 
gentlemen of the town. 

kt March 22, 1760. The Secretary by order of his Excellency 
the Governor delivered the following message to the two Houses 
respectively. 

Gentlemen of the Council and House of Representatives. As 
the late Fire in the Town of Boston hath laid Waste a Quarter 
that is extreemely well Situated for carrying on the Trade of this 
Metropolis of the Province if some effectual measures were taken 
to regulate, and Widen some of the Streets which now lye deso- 
late, and to Open any New Streets or Lanes that might be judged 
useful, and to prevent the more effectually the building with 
Wood: 

I should hope in course of time that this ruinous Quarter of the 
Town would be rebuilt in such manner as to make it as Safe beau- 
tiful and commodious as any part of the Town whatever ; and in 
the end prove an encouragement to the Trade and business of it. 

The Parliament of England in their Wisdom thought fit after 
the Great Fire which happened in London in the year 1666, to 
Enact a Law for rebuilding the City many of the Regulations men- 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 127 

tioned in that Law must suit the present Case of the Town of 
Boston. The Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council were 
impowered to lay out Streets : and adjust any differences that 
might be occasioned thereby, to regulate the Buildings, and pre- 
vent exorbitant prices of Materials and Workmen. I would rec- 
commend it to your Serious consideration whether some of the 
magistrates or Selectmen of this Town might not with Propriety 
be Vested with some of the like Powers for carrying into Execu- 
tion so useful a Design here. 

March 22* 1760 T. POWNALL." 

i 
Council Records, vol. xxiii., p. 288. 

March 25, 1760. In the House of Representatives The House 
agreeable to the Order of the day entered into the consideration 
of his Excellencys Message of the 22 d Instant and after a debate 
Voted That the members of the Town of Boston together with 
Mr Higginson, Mr Hatch, and Capt Goldthwait with such as 
the honourable Board shall appoint be a Committee to take the 
said Message under consideration and report. 

In Council Read and Concurred. And his Honour the Lieut 
Governor, Jacob Wendell, Benjamin Lynde, Andrew Oliver, 
James Bowdoin, and Peter Oliver Esqrs are joined in the Affair." 
Ibid., p. 296. 

CHAPTER 30. 

AN ACT FOR THE PREVENTION OF DANGER AND INCONVENIENCE IN 
REBUILDING THAT PART OF THE TOWN OF BOSTON THAT WAS 
LATELY CONSUMED BY FIRE. 

Whereas, by the late desolating fires in the present year of his 
majesty's reign, a great number of buildings in the town of Boston 
have been demolished, and a large track laid waste ; to promote 
the building thereof in the most safe and commodious manner, 

Be it enacted by the Governour, Council and Souse of Repre- 
' sentatiues, 

[SECT. 1.] That Thomas Hutchinson, John Osborne, Jacob 
Wendell, Samuel Watts, Andrew Oliver, Joseph Pyuchon, Stephen 
Sewall, John Erving, James Bowdoin, Thomas Hancock and 
Thomas Hubbard, Esquires, members of his majesty's council, 
together with the present selectmen of the town of Boston, be and 
hereby are fully authorized and impowered to lay out any new 
streets or lanes, in such places and of such breadth and length as 
they shall think proper, within the limits of the track so laid waste 
as aforesaid, and to widen, ascertain, alter and discontinue any 
streets or lanes heretofore laid out within the same limits. And 
any person or persons that shall have their land taken away or 
lessened, or be otherwise injured thereby, shall and may recover 
the damages by them sustained, agreeable to the directions of an 
act made in the fourth year of the reign of King Willian & Queen 
Mary, intituled " An Act for building with stone and brick in the 
town of Boston, and preventing fire." 



128 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

And be it farther enacted 

[Sect. 2.J That no person shall erect, build or rebuild any 
house, barn, shop or other building whatever, before the twentieth 
day of June next, within the limits aforesaid, without leave first 
obtained of the said members of the council and the selectmen, or 
the major part of the whole, being met together, in writing, under 
their hands, and unless the same be placed on such spot, and be 
of such kind, dimensions and fabrick, as the said members of the 
council and the selectmen, or the major part of the whole, shall 
allow and approve of. 

[Sect 3] And every house or other building erected or 
rebuilt contrary to the true intent of this act shall be deemed a 
nusance. And the said members of the council and the selectmen, 
or the major part of the whole, are hereby authorized and 
iin powered to prostrate and remove the same, and dispose of so 
much of the materials thereof as shall be necessary to defrey the 
expence of prostrating and removing the same. 

[Passed and published March 29, 1760. 

CHAPTER 9. 

AN ACT FOR THE BETTER REBUILDING THAT PART OP THE TOWN OF 
BOSTON WHICH WAS LAID WASTE BT THE LATE FIRE AND FOR 
PREVENTING FIRE IN THAT TOWN FOR THE FUTURE. 

Whereas great desolation hath been lately made by fire, in the 
town Boston, which hath been principally occasioned by the nar- 
rowness of the streets, and the houses being built with wood and 
covered with shingles ; and whereas a committee was appointed by 
the general court, in the last session, for regulating the streets in 
that part of the town which was so laid waste, and the committee 
hath accordingly proceeded to lay out the streets there, a plan 
whereof hath been laid before this court, and is now deposited in 
the secretary's office, 

Be it therefore enacted etc. 

[Sect 1.] That the said proceedings of the committee be and 
are hereby confirmed ; and all actions that shall be brought for re- 
covering possession of any land lying within any of the streets 
laid out as aforesaid, or for damages sustained or occasioned 
thereby, shall be utterly and forever barred. 

And be it fu-ther enacted 

[Sect. 2.] That no building whatsoever be so erected as to 
encroach upon any street by them laid out as aforesaid ; and that 
every building so erected be deemed a nusance, and be accord- 
ingly demolished, by the order of any two justices of the peace 
for the county of Suffolk, the charges of such demoliation to be 
paid out of the monies which shall be raised by the sale of the 
materials of such building, which, by the order of said justices, 
shall be sold for that purpose, unless the said charges shall be im- 
mediately paid by the owner. 

And be it etc ; 

[Sect 3.] That if any person or persons whatsoever shall 
wittingly or willingly, without good authority, pluck up or re- 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 129 

move any of the stakes or bound-marks which have been or shall 
be fixed or set up, by order of said committee, to distinguish and 
ascertain the streets aforesaid, and shall be thereof convicted 
before any two justices of the peace for the county of Suffolk, he 
or they shall for every such offence be imprisoned, by order of 
such justices, for the space of two months, unless he or they shall 
forthwith pay or cause to be paid to the treasurer of the town of 
Boston the sum of three pounds for the use of said town. 

And whereas some persons may suffer damage by the laying- 
out of the streets according to the plan aforesaid, and others may 
receive benefit and advantage thereby, . 

Be it etc; 

[Sect. 4.] That Samuel Danforth, Samuel Watts and Joseph 
Williams, Esqrs., or any two of them, shall, on or before the tenth 
day of July next, summon a jury of twelve meet persons (none 
of which to be inhabitants of the town of Boston) to view the 
streets aforesaid, and the several tenements or lots of land, abut- 
ting thereon, and to estimate the damages which any person or 
persons may sustain by means of any street's being laid out as 
aforesaid, and likewise the benefit or advantage that may accrue 
to any person or persons thereby ; and whatever damages any shall 
sustain according to such estimation shall be made good to the 
party endamaged, either by such particular person or persons as 
shall be thereby benefited, or by the town of Boston, or by both, 
in such proportion as the said jury shall find reasonable ; and every 
estate so bettered or advantaged, as well as the owner thereof, 
shall be subjected to make good the sum assessed on account of 
such advantage ; the charge of the jury, as well as the charge of 
laying out the streets, to be born and paid, in the like proportion, 
by the town or person so benefited. 

And be it etc ; 

[Sect. 5.] That when the jury aforesaid shall have ascertainea 
to the said justices the damages sustained by any person or per- 
sons by means of the laying-out any street or streets as aforesaid, 
together with the several sums to be paid by the town, or any 
particular persons, to make good such damages and defrey the 
charges of laying out the streets, of summoning the jury, and of 
the justices and jurors attending on the business assigned them 
respectively, the said justices shall, within six days after the jury's 
report, give a certificate thereof, under their hands, to the assess- 
ors of the town of Boston ; and those assessors shall, within two 
months after the receipt of such certificate, make an assessment 
on the inhabitants of the town for such sum as by the jury's 
report ought to be paid by the town, and, likewise, on particular 
persons, for such sum as by the jury's report ought to be paid by 
them respectively, and issue their warrants to the collectors, re- 
quiring them to collect and pay the same, within two months, into 
the town treasury. And the treasurer of said town shall, within 
three months after the issuing of such warrants, pay to the person 
endamaged, as aforesaid, the respective sums assigned them by 
the jury's report, in satisfaction for the damages by them sustained. 



130 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

And, be it etc; 

[Sect. 6.] That where any pump, or well of water, by the lay- 
ing out of any street as aforesaid, is taken into the street, the same 
shall be kept in good order at the expence of the persons dwelling 
near the same, or of the town, or both, as shall be agreed between 
such persons and the selectmen of the town ; and in case they 
cannot agree before the sitting of the court of general sessions of 
the peace to be held within and for the county of Suffolk on the 
first Tuesday of October next, then the justices of the said court 
may and shall determine by whom, and in what proportion, the 
charge of maintaining any such pump or well, and keeping the 
same in good order, shall be borne, unless the town shall find it 
inconvenient for such pump or well lo remain in the street, in 
wkich case the same shall be stop'd and filled up at the charge of 
the town. 

And be it etc; 

[Sect 7.] That no house or other building whatsoever, of 
more than seven feet in height, shall be erected in Boston, other- 
wise than of. stone or brick and covered with slate or tiles; and 
that no house or other building already erected, of any greater 
dimensions than as aforesaid, shall be hereafter covered anew on 
the top, any otherwise than with slate or tiles, on penalty of fifty 
pounds, to be paid by the owner of the same for the use of the 
poor of the said ' town, to be recovered by an action brought for 
the same by the town treasurer. 

And be it etc; 

[Sect. 8.] That every dwelling-house which shall be built 
otherwise than by this act is provided, shall be subjected to a 
yearly tax of twenty pounds ; and every warehouse, shop, stable 
or barn, to a yearly tax of ten pounds ; to be paid into the town 
treasury by the occupier thereof for the use of the town : and the 
assessors shall accordingly add such sum or sums to the town tax 
of every such occupant yearly, over and above the sum with 
which he would otherwise have been taxed, and shall particularly 
specify the same in the tax-bill. 

Provided, always, 

[Sect 9.] That it shall and may be lawful for any person to 
build of wood, any warehouse, shop or workhouse, upon any 
wharff where, in the opinion of the selectmen, no solid foundation 
can be had without great expence, on condition that the sides of 
such warehouse, shop or workhouse be covered with plaister or 
slate, and the roof covered with slate or tiles, any thing in this act 
to the contrary notwithstanding. 

And whereas sundry persons have heretofore inconsiderately 
erected dwelling-houses or other buildings in a manner contrary to 
the provisions of an act made and passed in the fourth year of the 
reign of their late majesties King William and Queen Mary, inti- 
tuled " An Act for building with stone or brick in the town of 
Boston, and preventing fire," 

Be it etc; 

[Sect 10.] That every such person be indemnified and .saved 
harmless from any prosecution for violating the act aforesaid : 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 131 

provided that the house or other building so erected. by him shall 
be covered with, slate, or with tiles, within ten years from the 
first day of June, one thousand seven hundred and sixty. 

[Passed June 20. [1761] 

PETITION OF ANDREW HALL. 

Gentlm. 

I take the Liberty to Trouble you with the Distress I and my 
family must be in Unles Soon Releived from you, Gentl whom is 
Intrusted with Large Summs of money to be Distributed to the 
Relief of those Sufferers of the great fire in Boston last March, 
which the People of New England has given Large Sums for that 
Use. 

I acknowledge you have given me, Largely & Bountifully for 
the Relief of my Distressed Family, but as providence, had 
ordered things I was Obliged to part with that Money or have 
gone to Goale wich Could Not Posible been prevented, my going 
there, had I not have converted that Money for that Use, about 
Three Months before the fire I lost 1450 pound L. M at Sea, 
Severall persons I was Indebted too arested me with Single, writs 
on wich I was obliged to give the Oficer Security or gone to Fris- 
son now the Effects that I Intended to Pay these severall Sums 
wich, I was Indebted amounted to 530 pound L. M. was Consumed 
in the fire the Oficer was security to the persons I was Indebted, 
Consequently the Oficer must Either Comitt me to Prisson or Pay 
the debts, so that I was Obliged, to pay the Sevr 1 Sums, I have 
Ever Since the fire done Every thing I could to get a penny in 
Trade I fixed away My Brigenten to Surranam & was Obliged to 
make her over as Security to Mr Fitch for Severall Sums he was 
Obliged to pay for me and I could not put a proper Cargo on 
board of her by Reason I could not get Cash to purchase proper 
goods by that reason she will Loose me a great deal of Money and 
is a coming home Not above half full wich must be allowed to be 
a Nother Loss besides the fire for had I been able to put in a 
proper Cargoe she would have made a good Voyage, wich I could 
not by reason of the fire, as to the Loss of My Sloop it is not only 
the first Loss but the hire of the Vessel would have amounted to 500 
Sterling wich you must allow to be a Loss besides the first Loss, 
and the whole business I have done since the fire ; I have Lost 
Money by, for when I wanted to purchase an}- goods I could not 
buy without Credit & I could not have no Credit without Mr Fitch 
would Ingage to be Acountable in that way I have purchased 
large Quantities of Salt for wich I was obliged to give so much 
more for Credit than I could buy for the Cash down I got Nothing 
by it, wich you must Allow to be Another great Loss for I could 
have gained Severall Thousand pounds this Summer in Trade had 
I any stock, wich was lost by the fire, in short Gent" I am sorry 
I am so Long but Distress leads me on & I am Sure if you 
look upon me to be worthy of Relief you Cannot possible among 
the whole Loss by fire find any person and family in Such a deplor- 
able Situation as I am in and shall soon be in, my health will not 



132 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

allow me to work, I am not able to keep Books as I cannot write 
well Enough, 1 must brake up my family my children is to Young 
to be put out, I was in very Distressed Condition last fall I was 
very neare going to prison, and how do you Imagine I shall do 
now, I hope & beg Gen lm as you are heads of Familes, would 
Consider my distressed case and grant me such Relief as it now is 
in your power, my Family depends on your Goodness & Charity 
for me, if you would Jnable me to go into Sum business in order 
to Maintain my Family I hope I never shall forgit your goodness 
to me and at the same time Render Thanks to those persons who 
have given in So a Bountifull manner & put it into your hand to 
relief thi-m, you will Consider I Trust my Case and grant me 
Such Relief as you think I shall be inabled thereby to Maintain 
my family I remain Genl" 1 with the Greatest Respect your humble 
Servant att Command 

ANDREW HALL 
To the over Seers of the poor 

& Select men of the Town of Boston. 
Boston Octob r 17, 1760. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 



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LISTS OF FREEMEN. 



19 Oct. 30. The names of such as desire to be made ffreemen. 



Mr. Sam" Mav'acke 
Mr. Edw. Johnson 
Mr. Edw. Gibbiris 
Mr. Will. Jeffries 
Mr. John Burslin 
Mr. Sam" Sharpe 
Mr. Tho. Graves 
Mr. Roofer Conant 
John N^oodbury 
Peter Palfry 
Mr. Nath. Turner 
Mr. Sam" ffreeman 
Eprahim Childe 
Mr. Willm Clerke 
Mr. Abraham Palmer 
John Page 
Mr. Robte ffeake 
Mr. Willm Pelham 
Mr. Ben. Brand 
Mr. Will : Blackstone 
Mr. Edmond Lockwood 
Mr. Rich Browne 
John Stickland 
Ralfe Sprage 
Mr. George Ludlowe 
James Pen (62) 
Henry Woolcott 
Thomas Stoughton 
Wilm Phelpes 
George Dyar 
John Hoskins 
Thomas fford 
Nich. Upsall 
Stephen Terree 
Henry Smyth 
Roger Willms 
John Woolridge 
Tho. Lumberd 
Bigatt Egglestone 
John Grinoway 
Christopher Gibson 
John Benham 
Thomas Willms als. 

Harris 

Rich. Garrett 
John Howman 
John Crabb 
Capt. Walt' Norton 
Mr. Alex. Wignall 
Mr. Willm Jennison 
Mr. Thomas Southcoate 
Mr. Rich. Southcoate 
James Pemb'ton 
Mr. John Dillingham 



John Johnson 
George Alcocke 
Mr. Robte Coles 
John Burr 
Thomas Rawlins 
Rich. Bugby 
Rich. Hutchins 
Ralfe Mushell 
Thomas Lambe 
Will : Throdingham 
Willm Chase 

ffoxewell 
Mr. Charles Gott 
Henry Harwood 
Mr. George Phillips 
Mr. John Wilson 
Mr. John Mav'acke 
Mr. John Warham 
Mr. Sam" Skelton 
Mr. Will. Colbron 
Mr. Will. Aspinwall 
Edw. Converse 
Mr. Rich. Palgrave 
John Taylour 
Rich. Church 
Rich. Silvester 
Will. Balstone. 
Robte Abell 
Mr. Giles Sexton 
Robte Seely 
John Mills 
John Cranwell 
Mr. Ralfe Glover 
Willm Hulberd 
Edmond James 
John Pillips 
Nath. Bowman 
John Doggett 
Laurence Leach 
Daniel Abbott 
Charles Chadwicke 
Will. Drakenbury 
John Drake 
John Balshe 
Mr. Sam" Coole 
Mr. Will. Traske 
Will. Gallard 
Will. Rockewell 
Henry Herricke 
Sam" Hosier 
Rich. Myllett 
Mr. Abraham Pratt 
Willm James 
Will" Allen 



Sam 1 Archer (63) 
Col. Sec., Vol. I. pp. 
62, 63. 

18 May 1631. 

The names of such as 
took the oath of ffree- 
men 

Mr. John Mav'acke 

Mr. Jo : Warham 

Mr. Willm Blackestone 

Mr. George Phillips 

Mr. Rich. Browne 

Capt. Dan" Pattricke 

Capt. Jo : Und'hill 

Capt. South cote 

Mr. Tho. Graves 

Capt. Walt' Norton 

Mr. George Thi-ock- 
m'ton 

Mr. Wm. Colbnin 

S'ieant Morris 

S'ieant Stickland 

Mr. Roger Conant 

Mr. Charles Gott 

Ralfe Sprage 

Laurence Leach 

John Home 

Mr. Sam" Coole 

John Woodbury 

Mr. John Oldeham 

Edraond Lockewood 

John Page 

Mr. Rich. Palgrave 

John Doggett 

Rich. Sprage 

ffrauncs Johnson 

Tho. Stoughton 

Abraham Palmer 

John Johnson 

Robte Coles, erased in 
the record 

Eprahim Childe 

Bray Rossiter 

Robte Seely 

Biggott Egglestone 

Mr. Will. Clearke 

Willm Noddle 

Mr. Robte ffeakes 

Willm. Agar 

Nich Stower 

John Benham 

Willm Balstone 

Stephen Terre 



134 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Sam" Hosier 


Gyles Sexton 


Mr. Tho. James 


Robte Hardinge 


Tno. Lumberd 


Mr. Jo. Willust 


Willm Woods 


Mr. Edw. Jones 


Mr. Jo. Coggeshall 


Mr. George Alcocke 


Willm Gallerd 


Mr. Rich. Dumer 


Robte Moulton 


Willm Allen 


Mr. Tho. Ollyver 


Pet r Palfry 


Rich. Bui gar 


Mr. John Branker 


Mr Edw. Belchar 


Rich, ffoxewell 


Mr. Tho. Beecher 


John Edmonds 


Willm. ffelpes 


Tho. ffrench 


George Phillips 


John Perkins 


Willm Goodwin 


Roger Willms 


Mr. Sam" Skelton 


John Beniamin 


John Balche 


Mr. Edw. Johnson 


John Talcott 


John Moore 


Wm. Cheese brough 


James Olmstead 


Henry Herricke 


Anthony Dixe 


John Clerke 


John Hoskins 


ffrauncs Smyth 


Willm Leawis 


Math. Grant 


ffrauncis Aleworth (74) 


Nath. Richards 


John Burr 


C. R., Vol. I. pp. 73,74. 


Willm Wadsworth 


Simon Hoytt 




Rich. Webb 


Charles Chadwicke 


March 6, 1631-2. 


C. R., Vol. I. p. 74. 


Willm Parks 


Mr. John Ellyott 




Ralfe Mushell 


Jacob Ellyott 


March 4, 1632-3. 


Willm Hudson 


Abraham Bi'owne 


Willm Curtis 


Walt r Palmer 


James Penny man 


Thomas Uffott 


Henry Smith 


Isaack Perry 


John Perry 


Tho. fford 


Gregory Baxter 


Isaack Morrall 


Jonas Weede 


Willm ffrothingham 


Willm Heath 


Mr. Edw. Tomlyns 


Sam" Moore 


George Hull 


Mr. Rich. Saltonstall 


John Blacke 


Eltweed Pummery 


Edw. Gibbons 


John Mylls 


Nich. Denselow 


Mr. Alex. Wignall 


G.R., Vol. I. p. 74. 


Gyles Gibbs 


Mr. Willm Gennison 




John Neweton 


Dan" Abbott 


April 3, 1632. 


John White 


Tho. Rawlins 


Mr. John Winthrop jun p 


Willm Spencer 


Rich. Bugby 


Mr. Willm Aspinwall 


John Kirman 


John Warren 


John Sampeford 


Tymothy Tomlyns (74) 


Mr. Willm Jeffry 


Willm Hulbert 


Henry Harwood 


Davy Johnson 


0. R., Vol. I. p. 74. 


Richard Collocott 


Nich. Upsall 




Willm Brakenbury 


Willm Batemen 


July 3, 1632. 


John Smyth (79) 


Dan" ffinch 


Mr. Nath. Turner 


C. R., Vol. I. pp. 74, 


Mr. Jo. Burslyn (73) 


John Ruggles 


79. 


Mr. John Maisters 


Elias Stileman 




John Peirce 


Mr. Willrn Dennison 


April 1, 1633. 


Griffin Crofte 


Mr. Sam" Sharpe 


SMeant Greene 


George Dyar 


Mr. John Wilson 


Rise Coles 


Willm Rockewell 


John Moore 


Willm Dady 


Tho. Moore 


C. It., Vol. I. p. 74. 


C. R., Vol. I. p. 79. 


John Taylour 






Ezekiell Richardson 


August 7, 1632. 


June 11, 1633. 


Edw. Converse 


John Phillips 


Willm Stilson 


Robte Abell 


Valentine Prentice 


Rich. Millett 


Mr. John Dillingham 


John Hull 


Rich. Lyman 


Isaacke Sterne 


Sam 11 Wakeman 


Jes pr Rawling 


Roger Ma wry 


C.R., Vol. I. p. 74. 


Tho. Smyth 


Tho. Dexter, erased 




David Wilton 


in the record. 


Oct. 2, 1632. 


John Witchfield 


Tho. Lambe 


Mr. Sam" Mav r icke 


Elias Mav'acke 


Tho. Willms 


C.R., Vol. Lp.7. 


C. R., Vol. I. p. 79. 


John fferman 






John Gosse 


Nov. 6, 1632. 


Nov. 5. 1633. 


John Grinnoway 


Mr. Tho. Weld 


Mr. Israeli Stoughton 



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135 



Mr. John Coggin 
Mr. Willm Hill 
Mr. John Moody 
John Porter 
ffrauncis Weston 
John Watson 
John Holgrave 

C. R., Vol. I. p. 79 

March 4, 1633-4. 
Thomas Grubb 
Edmond Hubbert 
Edw. Hutchingson 
Mr. Tho. Leveritt 
Mr. Gyles fferman 
Edraond Quinsey 
Willm Collishawe 
Thomas Minor 
The. Hewlett 
John Gage 
Sam" Wilboare 
John Levens 
John Cranwell 
Edw. Mellowes 
James Browne 
Mr. John Woolridge 
Joshua Hewes 
Robte Turner 
John Biggs 
Tho. Matson 
Walter Merry 
Rich. Tappin 
Mr. Atterton Hough 
Willm Andrewes 
Rich. Walker 
George Ruggles 
Mr. Nich. Parker 

C. R., Vol. I. p. 79, 

April 1, 1634. 
Mr. Dan" Denuison 
George Minot 
Rich. Gridley 
Thomas Reade 
George Hutchingson 
Robte Roise 
John Pemerton 
Bernard Lumbert 
Henry Wulcott 
Rich. Hull 
John Gallop 
Richard Silvester 
Willm Horseford. 
C. R., Vol. I. p. 79, 

May 14, 1634. 
John Haynes Esq. 
Phillip Sherman 
Daniell Brewer 
Tho. Gaildthait 



Robte Gamlyn Sen'. 
Thomas Hale 
Edward Riggs 
John Walker 
Thomas Wilson 
Sam u Basse 
Tho. Pigg 
Willm Hill 
Sam 11 ffinch 
George Williams 
Edw. Gyles 
Willm Dixy 
George Norton 
Thomas Eborne 
Dan" Wray 
Abraham Mellowes 
John Ollyver 
Robte Hale 
Tho. Cakebread (79) 
Tho. Squire 
Robte Houlton 
John Odlyn 
Roger Clapp 
Joshua Carter 
Thomas Talmage 
Richard ffairebancks 
Phillip Tabor 
Gregory Taylour 
John Chapman 
AVillm Learned 
Mr. Tho. Hooker 
Mr. Sam" Stone 
Edw. Howe 
Bartholmewe Greene 
Rich. Wright 
John Steele 
Edm. Stebbins 
Andrewe Warner 
George Steele 
Rich. Butlar 
Thomas Spencer 
Edw. Muste 
Rich. Goodman 
John Pratt 
John Ha ward 
Andrewe Ward 
Joseph Twitchell 
Tho. Hatch 
George Whitehand 
Jerad Hadden 
Joseph Reddings 
Anthony Colby 
John Bosworth 
ffrauncis Plumer 
Humfry Pynny 
Bray Wilkins 
James Rawlyns 
Jacob Barny 
Tho. Lowthrop 
Steven Hart 



Jeffery Massy 
Rich. Brakenbury 
Tho. ffaireweath r 
Willm Hedges 
John Hoskins 
Peter Woolfe 
Willm Chase 
Willm Talmidge 
Mr. John Cotton 
Nath. Gillett 
Dan" Howe 
Myles Reddin 
John Bales 
Mr. Willm Peirce 
Mr. Tho. Mahewe 
Robte Walker 
Phillipp Randill 
Tho. Holcombe 
Tho. Dewey 
Tho. Jeffry 
James Parker 
Walter ffiler 
John Haydon 
Edmond Harte 
Willm Hathorne 
Steven ffrench 
Christopher Hussey 
Edw. Bendall 
John Button 
Rich. Raymond 
Jonathan Wade 
Tho. Coldham 
James Thompson 
Tho. Hubbard 
John Hall 
John Baker 
Mr. Willm Brenton 
John Capen 
ffrauncis Dent 
Henry ffeakes (112) 
C. R.,Vol. 7.^.79,112. 

Sep. 3, 1634. 
Beniamin Hubbard 
Edmond Hubbard 
John Mousell 
Willm Baker 
AVillm Nashe 
Thomas Goble 
Ollyver Mellowes 
Robte Gamlyne 
Ralfe Hiningway 
Jes pr Rawlyns 
John Stowe 
John Cumpton 
Willm ffreeborne 
AVillm Perkins 
James Everill 
Jonathan Negos 
Nicholas AVillust 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Alex. Becke 


Willm Kelsey 


Henry Pease 


John Bernard 


Sam" Crumwell 


James Ensigne 


Joseph Rednape 


Sam" Greenehill 


Edw. Hutchingson 


Tymothy Stanley 


John Sibley 


Rich. Lord 


Hugh Hillyard 


John Prince 


Moses Mav'acke 


Edw. Winshipp 


Mr. John Spencer 


Sam" Greene 


Robte Mussey 


Joseph Clerke 


Henry Shorte 


John Wulcott 


Phillip ffovvler 


Abraham Newell 


Bryan Pendleton 


Rich Pepper 


Abraham flinch 


Isaac Johnson 


Anthony Peirce 


Christopher Peake 


John Bernard 


Thomas Woodford 


Martyn Und r wood 


Thomas Scott 


Sam" Smyth 


Tho. Boreman 


John Browne 


Roger Lanckton 


John Edy 


John Webster 


Robte Abbitt 


Hugh Sheratt 


Robte Coe 


Joseph Metcalfe 


Nathanell ffoote 


Will. Bartholmewe 


Rich. Davenport 


Tho. Dorman 


Mr. Tho. Newbery 


Rich. Kent 


John Pope 


James Davis 


John Hawkes 


John Newegate 


Ralfe ffogg 


Mr. Will Hutchingson 


Robert Reynolls 


Tho. Marshall 


Robte Potter 


Rich. Cooke 


John Hardy 


Willm Neth'land 


Thomas Thorneton 


Tho. Wardall 


Matthias Sension 


Rich. Hutchingson 


Mr. Tho. Parker 


ffr. Hutchingson 


Mr Nicholas Easton 


Gamaliell Wate 


Mr. James Noise 


Rich. Trusedale 


Josuah Hubbard 


Edw. Hitchin 


C.B., Vol. I. p. 113. 


Robte Parker 




Joseph Easton 


March 4, 1634-5. 


John Tylley 


Capt. John Mason 


Tho. Stanley 


Hugh Mason 


C.R., Vol. I. p. 113 


George Munings 




John Brandishe 


May 6, 1635 


Sam n Hubbert 


Philemon Portmorte 


Edwai'd Dixe 


Henry Elkines 


Thomas Bartlett 


Christ. Martial 


George Buncar 


Edmond Bulckley 


Robte Blott 


Eward Browne 


Rich. Kettle 


Jarrett Bourne 


Willm Johnson 


Willm Pell 


Thomas Lynd 


Beniamyn Gillon 


Mr. Willm Andrewes 


Tho. Alcocke 


Willm Westwood 


Edmonde Jacklinge 


Mathewe Allen 


John Sebley 


Guy Bambridge 


Tho. Peirce 


Willm Pantry 


Mr. Sachariah Syms 


Tho. ffisher 


Barnaby Wynes 


John Hopkins 


Jeffery fferris 


John Bridge 


John Reynolls 



Henry Bright 
Tho. Hastings 
John Lethertnore 
John Batchel r 
John Thompson 
John Clerke 
Tho. Swifte 
Robte Wincall 
Tho. Hosmer 
Willm Butlar 
John Arnoll 
George Stockin 
Nathanaell Ely 
Robte Day 
Jerymy Adams 
Joseph Maggott 
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George ffarr 
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G. E., Vol. I. p. 153. 

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C. E., Vol. I. p. 153. 

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Tho. Ewer 



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C.R., Vol. I. p. 153. 

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Rich'd Karder 
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John Mylam 



Thorn. Dimocke 
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Hugh Gunnison 
Edmond Jackson 
Bernaby Doryfall 
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sen. 

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Increase Nowell 
Symon Bradstreete 

C. R , Vol. I. p. 194. 

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Samuell Whiteing 
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Willi. Wilcockson 
Will. Beadseley 
Alexand r Knolls 
Thorn. Atkinson 
John Holland 
Walter Nicoles 

C.S., Vol. I. p. 194. 

Dec. 8, 1636. 
Mr. Thorn. Jenner 
ffrancis Lightfoote 
Edward Howe 
John Cooper 
John More 
Thorn. Beale 

C. R., Vol. 1. 1). 194. 

March 9, 1636-7. 
Edward Kelcham 
Rich'd Roots 
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John Hassell 
Rich'd Betsham 
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Joseph Pope 


James Moulton 


Nicolas Hudson 


Willi. Bounde 


James Haynes 


John Winchester 


Henry Bartholomewe 


Henry Skerry 


Abraham Shawe 


Joseph Grafton 


Joseph Bachiler 


Rob r t Lockwood 


ffrancis Skerry 


John Symonds 


Will. Barsham 


Edmond Marshall 


John,Gedney 


Rich r d Beares 


Henry Seawall junior 


Micha: Spencer 


Edward Bates 


Henry Bull 


John Pearce 


Jenkin Davies 


Thomas Smythe 


Nico. Busbey 


Mathewe West 


Nicolas Holt 


Ralph Woodward 


Gerret Spencer 


Nicolas Noise 


Samu. Symonds 


Tbomas Tylestone 


Archelaus Woodman 


tMr. Thorn, mint 


Henry Collins 


James Browne 


Jlich'd Griffinn 


Robert Sedgwick 


John Bartlet 


John Evert 


James Heyden 


Robert Pike 


George Haywood 


Thomas Samfoard 


Thomas Coleman 


Thorn, ffoxe 


John Stronge 


Mathewe Chafe 


George Hochens 


Thomas Carter 


George Burden 


Edward Rawson 


Joseph Armitage 


George Hunn 


Henry Rust 


Rich'd Wayte 


Willi. Sumner 


David ffiske 


Robert Hull 
Rich. Wayde 


George Proctor 
Thomas Millet 


AVilli. Harsye 
Willi. Ludkin 


Will. Dinny 


Thomas Dible 


Thorn. Linkorne 


Thomas Meakins 


Philip, Drinker 


Henry Tuttle 


C. E., Vol. I. p. 194. 


John Cheney 


C. B., Vol. I. p. 195. 




John Norton 




April 18, 1637. 


John Syverens 


May 2, 1638. 


Thomas Parish 


Thorn. Wells 


Samuell Rich r dson 


Thomas Briggam 


John Perkins 


Rob r t Cutler 


William Cutter 


Willi. Lampson 


Thomas Rich'dson 


Willi. Towne 


Thorn. Bircher 


Edward Johnson 


John Gore 


Edward Porter 


John Brinsmeade 


Robert Sever 


James Howe 


Isaack Mixer 


John Ruggles 


Thorn. Rogers 


Henry Kemball 


Laurence Whitamore 


John Sharman 


Willi. Nickerson 


John Graves 


John Rogers 


Henry Dow 


Gyles Pason 


Myles Nutte 


Nicho. By ram 


George Kinge 


James Osmer 


Samu. Hackburne 


C. R., Vol. I. p. 195. 


Rich'd Johnson 


Abraham Howe 




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April 17, 1637. 


John Hanchet 


Rob r t Williams 


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Humfrey Atherton 


Thorn. Browninge 


C. R., Vol. I. p. 195 


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Symon Eyre 




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Sep. 7, 1637. 


Rich r d Hawes 


ffrancis Smythe 


Mr. George Moxam 


Alexander Miller 


Nathani. Porter 


Mr. Tymo. Dalton 


Joseph Wilson 


Edward Dinny 


C.R.,Vol.I.p. 195 


. Michael Willes 


Willi. Dineley 




John Sill 


ffrancs East 


Nov. 2, 1637. 


George Willis 


Nathani. Wood 


Nathaniell Wales 


Thomas Swetman 


John Smythe 


Edw" Sale 


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Edward Rainsfoard 


Will. Casely 


Mr. William Hubberd 


Thomas Wheeler 


Mr. John ffiske 


Rich'd Lumkin 


John Laurence 


Mr. John Harvai'd 


Willi. Warrener 


0. B., Vol. I. p. 195. 


C.B.,Vol.I.p.l95 


. Marke Symonds 






Thomas Rawlinson 


May 17, 1637. 


March 1637-8. 


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Thorn. Olney 


Thorn. Spooner 


Willi. Knight 


Thorn. Gardner 


Thomas Venner 


George Taylor 



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John Gould 
Thomas Gobbet 
Daniell Peirce 
William Ballard 
Willi. Thorne 
Abraham Tappin 
Henry Lunt 
John Browne 
Henry Burdsall 

C. X., Vol. I. p. 196. 

June 9, 1638. 
Mr. Natha. Eaton 
C.R., Vol. I. p. 196. 

Sep. 6, 1638. 
The magistrates of Ips- 
wich had order to 
give 

Mr. Natha. Rogers the 
oath of Freedom. 
O.K., Vol. I. p. 196. 

Sep. 7, 1638. 
Thomas Hale 
Rich'd Singletry 
Steven ffosditch 
Nicholas Browne 
Zachary ffitche 
Thomas Tredvvell 
Geo. Giddings 

C. H., Vol. I. p. 196. 

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Theophi. Wilson 
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Thorn. Moulton 
Rich'd Swayne 
Willi. Wakefeild 
Thorn. Joanes 

C. R>, Vol. I. p. 196. 

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Sethe Switzer 
Isaack Cole 
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John Maudsley 
Joseph ffarnworth 



William Reed 
William Blake 
Thomas Dickerman 
Thomas Clarke 
" Mr. Endicot and Mr. 

John Winthrope jun. 

had order to give 
Mr. Emanuel Downeing 

the oath of ffree- 

dome." 
G. B., Vol. I. p. 196. 

22 May, 1639. 
Mr. Willi. Sergent 
Mr. Thorn. Hawkins 
Mr. Sam. ffreeman 
Thomas Marten 
Nichol. Guye 
Mr. Samu. Winsley 
Steven Dinner 
John Osgood 
John Gooffe 
John Mussellwhit 
Steven Kent 
John Rimington 
Thomas Browne 
John Moulton Hulling. 
Rich' Waters 
Thomas Ruggles 
Joseph Shawe 
ffrancis More 
Walter Edmonds 
Willi. Bowstreete 
Hopestill ffostere 
Thomas Scotto 
Willi. Adams 
Thomas Says 
John Alderman 
Griffin Bowen 
John Spooer 
Rich'd Hollidge 
John Clarke 
Giles ffirman 
Josua Tedd 
Beniamin ffelton 

22 May, 1639. 
Jarvas Garfoard 
Edward Breck 
William Clarke 
Edmond Bloise 
Willi. Osborne 
John Miller 
George Holmes 
Mathewe Boyse 
James Astwood 
John Rob r t 
Rich'd Pecocke 
Edward Bridge 
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Joseph Jewet 


Willi. Scales 


Samu. Butterworth 


Roger Porter 


John Burbanke 


Rob't Marten 


Thomas ffirman 


Willi Bointon 


Mathewe Prat 


Natha. ChappeK 


John Jarrat 


Rob't Tytus 


John Skot 


Micha. Hopkinson 


Thorn. Richa'ds 


James Buck 


Geo. Kil borne 


Henry Greene 


Hugh Laskin 


Mr. Thoma. Coytemore 


Willi. Godfree 


John S my the 


Mr. Thoma Graves 


Thorn. Arnall 


Henry Swan 


Mr. ffranc. Willoughby 


Willi. Hayward 


O.K., Vol. I. p. 254. 


Edward Lark in 


Abra. Perkins 




Thorn. Caule 


Jeffry Mingy 


23 May, 1639. 


John Penticus 


Arthur Clarke 


Mr. Ezechi. Rogers 


John Martin 


James Davis 


Mr. Natha. Rogers 


Willi. ffillips 


Mr. Edmond Browne 


Robert Saunders 


Abrah. Hill 


Peter Noyse 


Mr. Nathani. Spar- 


Edward Woode 


Walter Hayne 


hauke 


Willi. Paine 


Edmond Rice 


Mr. Thorn. Nelson 


John Oliver (Newb.) 


Thorn. White 


0. ., Vol. L p. 254. 


James Standige 


John Par m enter 




John Whipple 


John Bent 


6 June, 1639. 


Mr. Edwa r Norrice 


Edmond Goodnor 


Steven Paine 


Mr. Thorn. Ruck 


Thorn. Islin 


James Garret 


Mr. Willi. Stevens 


John Wood 


C.R., Vol. I. p. 254. 


John ffairefeild 


John Ruddyk 




John Bachilor 


John Howe 


6 Sep. 1639. 


Robert Elwell 


Mr. Willi. Hibbens 


Mr. Thomas Ginner 


Thorn. Watson 


Arthur Perry 


Mr. Benia. Keayne 


Mark fformais 


Valentine Hill 


Job Swinnerton 


Thorn. Waterhouse 


ffranc. Seyle 


William Lord 
Laurence Southick 


Jeremy Howchenes 
Jonas Humph reyes 


John Hurd 
Natha. Williams 


John Crosse 


Thorn. Toleman 


John Levei'itt 


John Roffe 


George eekes 


Peter Oliver 


John Ellsley 


John ffarnum 


John Kenerick 


Luke Hcarde 


Rich'd Lipincote 


Antho. Stodard 


Anthony Sadler 


Rioh'd Withington 


Samu. Sherman 


Thomas Massie 


Rich'd Syckes 


George Curtis 


C.B., Vol. I. p. 254. 


Clement Tapley 


Gotten ffiack 




Gouin Anderson 


Mr. Willi. Thompson 


7 Sep. 1639. 


John Bowelis 


George Rowes 


Edmond Bridge 


Edw'd Passon 


Steven Kinseleye 


Rich'd Mellen 


Willi. Chanler 


John Dassette 


Robert Tucke 


John Hall 


Willi. Potter 


Robert Saunderson 


John Trumbell 


Gregory Belchar 


C. E., Vol. Lp. 254. 


Edw d Bumsted 


Thorn. Place 




Joseph Wheeler 


James Copie 


13 May, 1640. 


Tymo. Wheeler 


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Mr. Willi. Worcester 


John Chaundler 


Edward Spolden 


Henry Munday 


Symon Rogers 


Willi. Allise 


John Saunders 


Michaell Wood 


Martin Saund's 


Thorn. Bradberry 


John Merrill 


John Read 


Thorn. Dumer 


George Browne 


Willi Andrews 


Thoma. Barker 


John Norwick 


John Stidman 


Thoma. Mighill 


Edmo. Pitts 


Edmond Anger 


Maxami Jewet 


ffranc. Smyth 


Rich'd ff ranees 


ffranc. Parrat 


John Harding 


John Thrumball 


Rich'd Swan 


Willi. Carpenter 


Willi. Manning 


Rob't Haseldine 


John Holbroke 


Edward Collins 


John Haseldene 


Nicho. fflllipes 


Rich'd Hogg 


ffranc. Lambert 


.Thorn. Bayly 


Nathan Aldishe 



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Abell Kelly 


John Bullard 


Jacob Wilson 


Henry Smythe 


Nicho. Woode 


John Mose 


John Harbert 


Daniell ffisher 


Thomas Lake 


Josua ffisher 


Andrew Pitcher 


Rich'd Barbore 


Rob't Holmes 


Jn. Scarbrow 


Goulden Moore 


C. R., Vol. l.p. 281. 


Rich'd Cutter 




John ffossenden 


7 Oct. 1640. 


Willi. Woodberry 


Mr. Samu. Dudley 


Willi. Geares 


Josias Cobbitt 


Philemon Dickenson 


Edmond Gardner 


Esdras Reade 


James Barcker 


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Henry Sands 


Thorn. Gardner 


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Thorn. Marston 


Willi. Stickney 


Rich'd Bartelmew 


C. R., Vol. l.p. 281. 


Thorn. Gould 




Thorn. Wildar 


8 Oct. 1640. 


Rich'd Robinson 


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Rob't ffuller 


Thomas Weight 
C. R., Vol. l.p. 281. 


Willi. Blanchard 
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Q O 


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Rob't Ringe 
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Rich'd Pattinggell 
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Willi. Browne 




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12 Oct. 1640. 


Christo Stanley 


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John Harrison 


James Oliver 


Thorn. Davenish 


Thomas Painter 


Walter Harris 


Edward ffletcher 


Ellis Barrone 


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Willi. Parker 


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Philip Veren 


C.R., Vol. I. p. 281. 


John Palmer 




Rich'd Parker 


2 June 1641 


Edw'd Tinge 


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Nehemi Bourne 


Mr. Rich'd Russell 


ffranc. Lawes 


Mr. John Allen 


Rob't Bridges 


John Maies 


John Baker 


Rich'd North 


Rob't Cooke 


John Seir 


Henry Dauson 


John Stevens 


Willi. Tiff 


Mr Adam Winthrope 


Willi. Brisco 


William Barnes 


Rich'd Sanford 


John Harrison 


Augustine Walker 


John Lowell 


Henry Archer 


Thorn Davies 


Charles Glover 


John Emery 


Rob't Paine 


Samu. Plumer 


John Baker 


Moses Payne 


Micha. Katherick 



John Jackson 
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Henry Chick'y 
Michaell Powell 
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Nathani. Coal borne 
John Elis 
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Beniamin Smyth 
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Thorn. Payne 
Tymo. Dwight 
Henry Wilson 
Samu. Bullen 
Willi. ffuller 

Willi. ff 

Evan Thomas 
Abell Parr 
Benia. Ward 
Willi. Hunt 
Willi. Bateman 
Josias ffirman 
Willi. Cop 
Natha. Hal steed 
Natha. Billing 
Benia. Turney 
Rich'd Rice 
James Blood 
Thorn. Clarke 
John Viall 
Thorn. Buttolph 
ffranc. Douse 
John Sweete 
Arthur Gill 
Thorn. Clipton 
George Merriam 
John Heald 
George Wheeler 
Obedi. Wheeler 
ffranc. Bloyce 

C.R., Vol. l.p. 312. 



Thorn. Marshall 

C.R. Vol. l.p. 312. 

7 Oct. 1641. 
Mr. Richard Blindman 
Thomas Wheeler 

C. R., Vol. l.p. 315. 



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18 May 1642. 
Mr. ffrancis Norton 
John Withnmn 
Gawdy James 
John March 
Rob't Button 
Benia. Vermaes 
Thorn. Antrum 
Michaell Shaflin 
Thorn. Putman 
John Cooke 
Phineas ffiske 
Willia. ffiske 
James ffiske 
George Byam 
Rich r d Bishope 
Allen Kenniston 
Elias Stileman 
John Tomkins sen'. 
Ananias Conkling 
John Neale 
John Bulfinch 
Joseph Boyse 
Samu. Grimes 
Theod. Atkinson 
Rob't Bradford 
Hugh Williams 
Rich r d Crithley 
John Guttering 
John Ingoldsbey 
Robert Howen 
Thoma. Snowe 
Thoma. fibster 
Dani. Briskow 
John Search 
John Baker 
RiclVd Knight 
Rich'd Tayler 
Philip Tayler 
John Bulkeley 
Edward Okes 
Thorn Okes 
Edward Gooding 
Sampson Shore 
Willi. Torry 
John Coggan juni. 
John Clough 
John Witherell 
Samu. Thatcher 
John Hill 
Rich r d Wody 
John Mathis 
Willi. Lewes 
Rich'd Taylor 
Edward Carleton 
Humphrey Reyn' 
Hugh Smith 
Hugh Chapline 
Rich'd Lowden 
John Burrage 



Solomon Phips 
John Greene 
Isaack Comins 
Allen Pearl ey 
Thorn. Thackster 
Willi. Ripley 
Mathewe Hawkes 
Hugh Prichard 
Thorn. Lincolne 
John Stoder 
Willi. Robinson 
Robert Peirce 
Thorn. Davenport 
Rich r d Baker 
Robert Pond 
John Rigbey 
George Right 
Thorn. Blisse 
Benia. Albey 
Roger Bancroft 
Rich r d Eckels 
John Cooper 
John Tompkins jun r 
Willi. Dickson 
Moses Wheat 
Rob't Edwards 
Thomas Bateman 
Willi. Aline 
Thorn Wheller 
Willi. Hartwell 
John Stevens 
Willi. Stevens 
Antho. Somersbey 
Henry Somersbey 
Willi. Berry 
Samu. Guil 
Abell Hews 
John Swett 
Peter Woodward 
John Brock 
Natha. Whiteing 
Micha Metcalfe 
Rob r t Page 
ffranc. Pebody 
Isaack Perkins 
Thorn. Worde 
Henry Ambros 
Walter Ropper 
Henry Kibbey 
David Zullesh 

C. B., Vol. II. p. 

19 May 1642. 
John Sadler 
Walter Tybbot 
Obedi. Brewer 
Willi. Hilton 
Willi. Wai d erne 
C. B., Vol. II. p. 



22 June 1642. 
Henry Palmer 
Joseph Peaseley 
Rich'd Pid 
Willi. Titcombe 
Willi. White 
Thomas Dowe 

(7. B., Vol. II. p. 18. 

2 August 1642. 
Mr. Willi. Pinchen 
C.B., Vol. II. p. 18. 

14 Sept. 1642. 
Thorn. Het 

C. B., Vol. II.p. 18. 

21 Sept. 1642. 
Will. English 

C. B., Vol. II. p. 18. 

27 Dec. 1642, At Salem. 
Walter Price 
Rob't Gutch 
George Gardner 
Rich'd Prence 
llob't Leoman 
Thorn. More 
Thorn. Tresler 
Willi. Robinson 
Hugh Cawkin 

C.B., Vol. II.p. 18. 

28 Feb. 1642-3. 
Thorn. Edwards 
John Kitchin 
Henry Harwood 

C. B., Vol. II. p. 18. 

28 Feb. 1642-3. 

At Salem. 
Rich. More 
Hugh Stacye 
Thorn. Avery 
Edw a . Beachamp 

C.B., Vol. II.p. 27. 

10 May, 1643. 

Mr. Thorn. Wallis 

John Scot 
18. Isaack Wheeler 

John Ward 

Andrew Lister (27) 

Thorn. Goodnow 

Rob't Dants 

Henry Looker 

John Parmenter 

Willi. Ward 
18. John Newton 

John Thurston 



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Edm" Shefeild 


Willi. Manning 


James Joanes 


Henry Symons 


Tho. Chamb'lin 


John Tydd 


John Russell 


John Wright 


Allen Conv'se 


Benia. Butterfeild 


Lamb't Sutton 


Edw*. Winn 


John Carter 


Nicho. White 


James Park' 


John Hollister 


C.E., Vol. II. p. 53. 


James Prest 




John Albye 


May, 1645. 


Peter Bracket 


Herb't Pelham 


Natha. Herman 


Joseph Hill 



Mathewe Smith 
Abraham Hawkins 
Abra. Hackburne 
Sam. ffellows 
George Halsall 
Abr. Parker 
George Davies 
Rich. Newberry 
Natha. Bishop 
John Stimson 
Thorn. Line 
Antho. ffisher 
Thorn. Richards 
Willi. Pardon 
Thorn. Holbrooke 
George Allen 
Willi. Davis 
John Joanes stud, 
Sam. Stowe 
Edw* Jackson 
Nicho. Wise 
John Watson 
Hugh Griffin 
John Langford 
Rich. Newton 
John Toll 
Jeremy More 
Feet' Aspinwall 
Edw* Wyat 
Rich. Leeds 
James Umphryes 
Rich. Blacke 
James Nash 
Benia. Thwinge 
Samu. Davies 
Rich. Bullock 
Abr. Harding 
Christo. Webbe 
Thorn. Barrill 
John Morly 
Henry Blacke 
Edw* Gilman 
Lamb't Genery 
John Gave 
Sam. Miles 
John Darning 
Ralph Day 
Micha. Medcalfe 
Sam. Sendall 
W m Hely 
Hen. ffirnam 
Thorn. Roberts 
Rob r t Jenison 
John Warren 
Edw* Devotion 
Hen. Chamb'lin 
Vincent Ruth 
Thorn. Barnes 
Joseph Und'wood 
Hen. Evance 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



John ffownell 


Rich : Curtesse 


13 April 1648,at Spring- 


Sam. Bright 


John Clepp 


field. 


Willi. Wenbane 


Ro. Chaulkly 


John Pynchon 


John Bird 


James Green 


Elitzur Holioak 


Harman Atwood 


Tho. Carter jr. 


Henry Burt 


Natha. Greene 


Mighil Smith 


Roger Pritchard 


ffranc. Grissell 


Manus Sally 


Samu. Wright 


John Rydeat (78) 


James Pike 


Willi. Branch 


AVm. Parsons 


Rich'd Harrington 


C. B., Vol. II. p. 201. 


Thorn. Thacher 


Sam. Carter 




Rob r t Longe 


John Wayte 


10 May 1648. 


Thorn. Keeves 


Law Dowse 


Mr. Edw" Denison 


Nicho. Chelett 


Wm. Bridges 


Georg Denison 


Georg Dowdy 


Ed\v a White 


Thorn. Osburrie 


Hen. A Id ridge 


Mr. John Wilson 


Benia. Negus 


AViili. Patten 


Wm. Harvy 


Thorn. Hartshorn 


Eliiah Corlet (79) 


Wm. Kerly 


Thorn. Kendall 


C. R., Vol. II. pp. 78, 


Rich. Newton 


Wm. Hooper 


79. 


Thorn. Tayer 


Edw" Tayler 




John Nyles 


Rich. Holbrooke 


6 May 1646. 


John Stebben 


Willi. Daniel 


Mathew Day 


John Whitny jr. 


Rich. Hardier 


John Lewes 


Moses Payne 


Wm. Needam 


Nathani. Hadlock 


David ffiske 


Samu. Basse 


John Hill 


David Stone 


John Chickly 


ffran. Heman 


Philip Cooke 


James Pemberton 


John Gingen 


John Harris 


Philem Whale 


John Haynes 


Thorn. Boyden 


Henry Rice 


John Looker 


Mr. Samu. Danford 


Mr. Samu. Danforth 


Tho. Buckm r 


Willi. Ames 


Mr. Sam. Mather 


Alex. Baker 


Dani. Kempster 


Alex. Adams 


Thorn. Collier 


Jonah Clooke 


John Staple 


Thorn. Gardn' 


Thorn. Huit 


Benia. Negus 


Ben. Crispe 


John Smith 


Henry Allen 


Wm. Pary 


Bartho. Clieever 


John Peerce 


Wm. Dawes 


John Miriam 


Symon Tomson 


Hen Modsley 


ffranc. Kendall 


Bartho. Porsune 


Joel Jenkins 


Wm. Cotton 


C. ., Vol. II. p. 202. 


Henry Thorpe 


George Munioy 




Geo. Woodward 


Rich. H assail 


5 April 1649. 


Charles Sternes 


Wm. Butrick 


Made free at Springfield 


John Wincoll 


Geo. Barber 


Thorn. Cooper 


Willi. Duglas 


Ro. Wares 


GritHn Jones 


Peter Place 


Thorn. Jordan 


David Chapin 


John Collens 


John Metcalfe 


C.E., Vol. II. p. 227. 


Rich. Everad 


John Bakor 




Josua Kent 


Henry Wight 


2 May 1649. 


Rob r t Onion 


James Allen 


Mr. Willi. Browne 


Andrew Dewing 


Natha. Adams 


Joseph ffarnworth 


Antho. ffisher 


Wm. Holbrooke 


Rob't Brick 


Tho. Joanes 


Thorn. Dun 


John Maynard 


Isa. Walker 


Thorn, fibster 


Alexand 1 ffeild 


C.R., Vol. II. p. 124. 


Thorn. Prat 


Jona. Michell 




Rob't Rendell 


Samu. Haward 


26 May 1647. 


Tho. Poget 


Rob r t Browne 


Isa. Larned 


Geo. Davies 


Garret Church 


John Wyman 


John Peirson 


Josua Stubbs 


Dani : Bacon 


C. ., Vol. II. pp. 162, 


John Butler 


Ralph Hill 


163 


John Turner 



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145 



Thorn. Saretell 


Wm. Pratt 


Jos. Griggs 


Samu. Hides 


Wm. Blake 


Tho. Stowe C. 


Thorn. Baker (227) 


Aron Way 


Wm. Martjn Read. 


Josua ffisher 


Josias Convers 


Wm. Eaton 


Corneli. ffisher 


John Brookes 


Jonas Eaton 


John Blanchard 


John Mousell 


Tho. Marshall 


John Hull 


Hugh Thomas 


Tho. Dwight Ded. 


John Harwood 


Charles Grise 


Tho. Medcalfe 


Will. Merriarn 


Martjn Saunders 


W T m. Hilton Newb. 


Nathani. Sternes 


Samuel Kingsly 


Tho. Skinner Maid. 


Peter Lyon (228) 


Wm. Owen 


Jn. Sprage 


C. R., Vol. II. pp. 227, 


David Walsby 


Nath. Upham 


228. 


Edwai'd Rise 


Rich. Boulter Weim 




Solomon Johnson 


Tho. Whitman 


3 May 1649 


Georg Dell 


Walter Cooke 


John Ward 


G.R., Vol. IV. p. 33. 


Jn. Guppee 


C.R., Vol. II. p. 228. 




Jn. Thompson 




26 May 1652. 


Jonas Humphry 


22 May 1650. 


Joseph Rocke Bost. 


Richard Porter 


John Shepheard 


James Richards 


Wm. Reade 


Henry Prentice 


Tho. Emans 


Joshua Hubbard Hing. 


Abraham Busby 


Henry Steevens 


Jerremiah Hubbard 


Jacob Greene 


Jo. Marrjon 


Jn. Wight Meadf. 


Richard Stower 


Rob'. Sanforth 


Wm. Patrid< 


Thomas Welch 


Joshua Brooke Cone. 


Joseph Clarke 


Wm. Pajne 


Joseph Knight Woob. 


Nath. Souther Boston. 


David Mattocke 


Hen. Baldwine 


Steeven Pajne 


John Saunders 


Rich. Gardiner 


Joseph Addams 


Robt Parmiter 


Jn Sawen Wate r 


C.H., Vol. IV. p. 113. 


Peeter Addams 


Ric. Norcrosse 




John Jones 


Niccolas Willjams 


16 Nov. 1652. 


Joshua Edmonds 


Roxbur. 


Appeared before the 


Wm. Underwood 


Isacke Heath 


Commissioners at 


Nathaniell Bale 


Wm. Garey 


Kittery, and submit- 


Joseph Mirriam 


Peleg Heath 


ted to the Govern- 


Isacck Addington 


Tho. Brevvar 


ment of Massachu- 


Habbacuck Glover 


Jacob ffrench Weim. 


setts ; the record of 


Samuell foster 


Wm. Atwood Charlst. 


their oath does not 


John Weld 


ffrancis Moore 


appear. 


Robt Harris 


Dan. Bloget Camb. 




George Brand 


Wm. Bordman 


Tho. Withers 


Samuell Williams 


Solomon Martjn And. 


Jn. Wincoll 


Thomas Hanford 


James Blake Dorch. 


Wm. Chadborn 


John Parker 


Tho. Prentice Rox. 


Hugh Gunison 


Mr. John Knoules 


Jn. Pier Point 


Tho. Spencer 


John Ball 


Moses Colljer Hing. 


Tho. Durston 


Rob' Pearse 


Jn. Fering 


Rob'. Mendam 


Henry Mason 


C.R., Vol. IV. p. 75. 


Rise Thomas 


Wm. Ireland 




James Emery 


Edmond Browne 


Feb. 1652-3. 


Christian Remeth 


C. R., Vol. IV. p. I. 


Tho. Wisewall Dorch. 


Niccolas ffrost 




Norcross Water. 


Rob'. Weimouth 


7 May 1651. 


Rob' Howard Dorch. 


Humphry Chadorne 


Mr. Sam. Haugh 


C.R., Vol. IV. p. 75. 


Charles ffrost 


Rich. Whitney 




Abraham Cunley 


Rich. Ouldam 


18 May 1653. 


Richard Nason 


Wm. Hamlett 


Mr. Wm. Hubbard I. 


Mary Bayly 


John Taylor 


Symon Stone W. 


Daniel Paulo 


Henry Butler 


Sam. Stratten 


Jn. Diamont 


George ffry 


Abra. Newell Rox. 


Georg Leader 



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CITY DOCUMENT .No. 100. 



Jn. Symons 
Jn. Greene 
Hugbert Mattoone 
Go wen Wilson 
Wm. Palmer 
Jerre. Shrires 
Jn. Hoord 
Tho. Spinny 
Nath. Lord 
Joseph Mile 
Antipas Mavericke 
Niccolas Shapleigh 
Antho. Emery 
Reiginald Jenkin 
Jn White 
Tho. Jones 
Dennis Donning 
Jn. Andrewes 
Daniell Davies 
Phillip Babb 
W m Everett 
C. B., Vol. IV. p. 116. 

22 Nov. 1652.' 

At Accommenticus or 
Gorgeana. 

Mr. Edward Godfry 

Tho. Crocket 

Jn Alcocke. 

Wm. Dixon 

Ric d . Codogan 

George Parker 

Andrew Evered 

Rob'. Knight 

Wm. Rogers 

Sain. Alcocke 

Joseph Alcocke 

Peter Wjer 

Phillip Addams 

Mr. fl'rauncis Raines 
Lewis 

Rob' Ed [blotted] 

Phillip Hatch 

Jn Davis 

Niccolas Bond 

Mr. Edw. Johnson 

Hugh Gajle 

Wm. Garneseg 

Rich Ban ekes 

Edw. Wenton 

George Brancen 

Mary Topp : acknowl- 
edged herself subject 
&c. only. 

Mr. Wm. Hilton 

Wm. Moore 

Henry Donell 

Edward Stirt 

Rowland Young 

Jn. Parker 



Arthur Bragdon 

Wm. Ellingham 

Jn. Tuisdale jun r . 

Tho. Courteous 

Silvester Stover 

Tho. Dennell 

Mr. Edward Rushworth 

Jn. Harker 

Niccolas Davis 

Sampson Angier 

Mr. Henry Norton 

Rob' Hetherse 

Wm. ffreathy 

Jn Davis 

Jn Tuisdall sen r . 

Mr. Abra. Preble 

Mr. Jn. Couch 

Mr. Tho. Whelewright 

C. It., Vol. IV. p. 119. 

4 July 1653. 
Inhabitants of Wells : 

at Wells. 
Joseph Emerson 
Ezek. Knight 
Jn. Gooch 
Joseph Boules 
Jnthan Thing 
John Barret sen r . 
C. E., Vol. IV. p. 142. 

5 July 1653. At Wells. 
Henry Boade 
Jn. Wadly 
Edmond Letlefeild 
Jn. Saunders 
Jn. White 
Jn. Bush 
Rob' Wadly 
ffrauncis Litlefeild sen r . 
Wm. Wardell 
Samuell Austin 
Wm. Hamans 
Jn. Wakefeild 
Tho. Milles 
Antho. Litlefeild 
Jn. Barrett juni. 
Tho. Litlefeild 
ffrauncis Litlefeild jun. 
Nicho. Cole 
Wm. Cole 
C. B., Vol. IV. p. 142. 

5 July 1653. 
Inhabitants of Saco, 

sworn at Wells. 

Thomas Willjams 
Willjam Scadlocke 
Christopher Hobbs 



Thomas Reading - 
Richard Hitchcocke 
James Gibbins 
Thomas Rogers 
Phillip Hinckson 
Robert Booth 
Richard Cowman 
Ralfe Tristram 
George Barlow 
Jn. West 
Peter Hill 
Henry Maddock 
Thomas Hale 
C. ., Vol. IV. p. 145. 

5 July 1653. 

The Commissioners of 
Wells and Saco were 
empowered to give 
the oath of freemen 
to 

John Smith Saco. 

Richard Ball Wells. 

Richard Moore 

Jn. Elson 

Arthur Wormestall 

Edward Clarke 
C.R., Vol. IV. p. 145. 

5 July 1653. 
Inhabitants of Cape 

Porpus, sworn at 

Wells. 

Morgan Howell 
Christopher Spurrell 
Thomas Warner 
Griffin Montague 
John Baker 
Wm. Renolls 
Steven Batsons 
Gregory Jeofferjes 
Peter Turbat 
Jn. Cole 
Symon Trott 
Ambros Bury 
C. fi., Vol. IV. p. 146. 

3 May 1654. 
John Morse 
Jacob Eliott 
Jn. Tinker 
Hugh Drury 
Jn. Parker 
Tho. Weld 
Jn. Rugles 
Nath. Glover 
Isacke Jones 
Tho. Hinksman 
Sam. Hunt 
Caleb Brooke 



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147 



Tho. Marsh 


Mr. Wm. Thompson 


Rob' Jordan 


Michaell Knight 


Job Lane 


Jn. Bonighton 


Jn. Kent 


Jn. Freary 


Richard ffoxwell 


Tho. Battle 


Tho. Read 


Henry Watts 


Tho. Herring 


Tho. Basse 


ffranc. Neale 


Joseph Child 


Hen. VVooddey 


Abra. ffellew 


ffranc. Whitmore 


Abr. Jackewish 


Ambros Boden sen r . 


Tho. Sawer 


Jn. Chadwicke 


Mich. Mitten 


Jn. Greene 


Steeven Gates 


Jn. Symes 


Joseph Champney 


Abr. Ripley 


Nico. Edgcomb 


Alex. Marsh 


Jn. Ripley 


C.R., Vol. IV. p. 295. 


Jn. fasell 


C. R., Vol. IV. p. 219. 




Edw. Addarns 




30 May 1660 


Wm. Chard 


6 May 1657. 


Colonell Wm. Crowne 


James Smith 


Willjam Lane 


Augustine Lindon 


Andrew floored 


Henry Douglas 


Tho. Dwisdsall 


Jn. Smith 


Joseph How 


Tho. Watkins 


Wm. Marble 


Wm. Dinsdaie 


Hugh Clarke 


C. R., Vol. IV. p. 160. 


Amiell Weekes 


Jn. Majes 




Roger Sumner 


Sam. Majes 


23 May 1655.* 


George Sumer 


Jn. Elliott 


Mr. Seaborn Cotton 


Justinian Houlden 


Alex Pannly 


Abra. Newell 


Anthony Beers - 


Wm. Wheeler 


Joseph Griggs 


Jer. Beales 


Jn. Billing 


Tho. Stowe 


Rich. Griffyn 


Tho. Rice 


Mr. William Hubbard 


Humphry Barrat 


Mathew Rice 


Wm. Martyn 


Jacob Park 


Hen. Spring 


Wm. Eaton 


Leonard Hurryman 


Jacob Heum 


Jonas Eaton 


Francis Weyman 


Nath. Clap 


Thomas Marshall 


Sam. Stone 


Tho. Rand 


Tim . Dwight 


Tho. ffaxon 


Josiah Hubbard 


Tho. Medcalfe 


Jn. Dussett 


James Whitton 


Wm. Hilton 


C. R., Vol. IV. p. 241. 


John Nutting 


Tho. Skinner 




Phillip Read 


Jn. Sprauge 


13 July 1658. 


C. R., Vol. IV. p. 336. 


Nathan. Upham 


Inhabitants of Black 




Rich. Boulter 


Point, Blue Point, 


27 May 1663. 


Thomas Whitman 


Spurwinke.and Casco 


Mr. Jn. Croad 


Walter Cooke 


Bay, sworn at Spur- 


Charles Gott 


Jn. Guppee 


winke, by Commis- 


Exercise Connant 


Jn Thompson 


sioners. 


Samuel Champneys 


Jonas Humphry 


ffrancis Smaley 


Jonathan Hide 


Rich. Porter 


Nicho. White 


Zech. Hicks 


Wm. Reade 


Tho. Stamford 


Abr. Holman 


Symon Stone 


Jonas Bayly 


Jn. Stratten 


Sam. Stratten 
Joshua Hubbard 


Robert Corbyn 
Nathan iell Wallis 


Robt Harrington 
Nath. Holland 


Jerremy Hubbard 


Arthur Angur jun. 


Rob' Twelves 


Jn'. Wight 


John Phillips 


Jn. Ruggles 


Wm. Patridge 


Rich. Martyn 


Jn. Thirston 


Joseph Clarke 


Georg Lewis 


Wm. Clough 


Steeven Paj T ne 


Ambrose Boden 


Nath. Hutchinson 


Joseph Addams 


Samuell Oakeman 


Marke Batchiler 


Wm. Johnson 


Andrew Brand 


Dani. Pearse 


C. R., Vol. IV. p. 194. 


Mich. Madinde 


Jos. Ellis 




Tho. Hamot 


Wm. Toy 


14 May, 1656. 


George Taylor 


Lauren c. Waters 


Mr. Sam. Bradstreet 


Henry Jocelyn 


Tho. Collier 


Mr. Sam. Whiting 


Georg Cleane 


C. R., Vol. IV. p. 416. 


* Nearly a duplicate of the record under date of 18 May, 1653. 



148 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



19 Oct. 1664. 
John Coldam Glouces- 
ter. 
Mr. Robert Gibbs, 

Boston 

Mr. Abraham Browne 
Mr. Richard Price 
Arthur Mason 
Samuel Gall-op 
C. S., Vol. IV. p. 458. 

3 May 1665. 

"The several persons 
underwrit returned 
by certificates from 
the several ministers 
and selectmen, were 
by public suffrage of 
both Magistrate and 
Deputies admitted to 
freedom and took 
their oaths accord- 
ingly." 

Capt. George Corwin 
Sal 

John Endecott 

Zerubbabl Endecott 

Eliazer Hauthorne 

John Corwin 

Wm. Browne jr. 

Jn. Putman 

Joseph Porter 

Rich. Leech 

Sam. Eburne sen. 

Jn. Rucke 

James Browne 

Phillip Cromwell 

Rich. Hollingsworth 

Edw. llumber 

Joshua Rea 

Xtopher Babridge 

George May Bo. 

Joseph Belknap 

Amos Richardson 

Tho. Joy 

Deane Winthrop 

Nath. Reynolds 

Benj. Thirston 

John Toppan 

ffrancis Bacon 

Nath. Greene 

Humphry Davy 

James Alljn 

Abijah Savage 

Henry Taylor 

Tho Underwood 

Wm. Hazzey 

Benj. Muzzey 

Tho. Hoole 

Hen. Messenger 



Jn. Minot Dor. 

James Minot 
Stephen Minot 
Dani. Preston 
David Jones 
Wm. Weekes 
Edw. Blake 
Jn. Blackman 
Jn. Lewis Lane. 

Georg Colton Spr. 

Edm. Quinsey Br. 
Isak Sternes Wat. 
Jn. Stone 

Steven Willoues Camb. 
Jn. Marret 
Georg Cooke 
James Trowbridge 
Jn. Grout 
Joseph Esterbrooke 
Nath. Saltonstal Hav. 
Edmo. Chamberlaine 

Chelrn. 
Jn. Wright 
Jn. Stevens 
Jno Martin (463) 
James Heildrick 
Herlakenden Symons 

Gloc. 

Sam. Ward Marbh. 
Stephen Pajne Maid. 
Peter Tuffs 

Rich. Cults Port. 

Jn. Gold 
Tho. Baker 

Shubal Dumer Newb. 
Tho Steevens Sudb. 
Ri. Meade Rox. 

Edm. Eddenden 
Tho. Eames (464) 
C. R., Vol. IV. pp. 463, 
464 

3 May, 1665. 
Mr. Phillip Nelson 

Rowley 
Tho. Nelson 
Jn. Trumble 
Benj*. Scott 

C.R.,IV.p. 465. 

11 Oct. 1665. 
Thomas Merrlck, 

Springf. 
C. R., IV. p. 557. 

23 May 1666. 
Mr. Joseph Cooke 

Camb. 

Daniel Wellow 
Jn. Swayne 



Jn. Addams 

Tho. Browne 

Tho. Phelabrowne 

Tho. Cheney 

James Hubbard 

Robt Ayer Haver. 

Tho. Ayer 

Peter Ayer Haver. 

Tho. Whittier 

James Davis 

Jn. Dow 

Tho. Lillford 

Sam. Converse Wob. 

Jn. Benjamin Wat r . 

Edw. Allen Bost. 

Jno. Bracket 

Joseph Davis 

Seth Perry 

Tho. flitch 

Sam. Norden 

Georg Mang 

Edm. Eddington 

Tho. Matson jun. 

Jn. Batchelor Red. 

Edw Burns Hng. 

Ben. Bos worth 

Jn. Cole sen r . Had. 

Joseph Balduin 

franc. Bernard 

Phillip Russell 

James Bapson Glo. 

Wm. Kerly Marl. 

Edm. Gate Sal. 

Sam. Moody Newb. 

Caleb Moody 

Isack Butter Med. 

Nicho. Rocket 

Benja. Gibbs Bost. 

Abr. Willjams Marlb. 

Nath. Weare Hampt. 

Hen. Page 

Rob't Vose Milt. 

Antho. Gul lifer 

Nicho. George sen 1 . 

Dorch. 

Obadiah Hawes 
Jn. Capen jun. 
Tho. Peirse 
Robl Spurr 
Timo. Tileston 
Jn. Gill 
Tho. Smist jun. 
Ezra Clap 

W Cheny Rox. 

Jn. Moore 
Tho. fibster 
W m . Lyon 

Jn. Kingman Wey m . 
Sam. Pratt 
Sam. White 



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Jn. Vining 
Tho. Bayly Wev 
James Nash 
Jacob Nash 
Laurence Hamond 

Bost. 

Rob'. Coxe 
Hugh Amos 
Moses ffiske Dov r . 

Peter Coffyn 
Jn. Woodman 
Jn. Davis 
Jn. Martjn 
Antho. Nutter 
Tho. Roberts 
Tobias Davis 
Tho. Eaton Hav. 

Jn. Johnson 
Jn. White 
Elish. Huthinson 
David Saywell 
Eph. Turner 
Jn. Turner 
Caleb Watson 
Jn. Crow 
Jn. Browne 
Jn. Sanborne Hampton 
Nath. Batchelor 
Wm. Marston 
Hen. Dow 
C. R., Vol. IV. p. 562. 

29 April 1668. 
Mr. James Russell 

Charlstown 
Jn. Heyman 
Nathan i Rand 
Peter ffrothrington 
Jn. Louden 
Jn. Benjamin Waf- 
town. 

Nath. Coolidge 
Jonath. Whitney 
Jonatha. Browne 
Symon Stacy Ipswich 
Jn. Whiple 
Tho. West Salem 

Henry West 
Samuell Archard 
Jn. Massey 
Wm. Downton 
Jn. Ingersoll 
Jn. Pease 
Jn. Dodge sen'. 

Bass River 
Nath. Stone 
Peter Woodbury 
Ephrajm Hereck 
Wm. Peelsbury 

Newbery. 



Joseph Grafton 

Jn. Hastings Carnb' 



James Ordaway 
Nath. Clarke 
Tristram Coffin 

Henry Leonard Lynn Mr. Jn. Davenport sen r . 
Nehemiah Jewet Mr. Jn. Shearman 

Tho. Call jun. Maiden Mr. Sam. Torrey 
James Nicholls Mr. Rich. Hubbard 

Tho. Hall Cambridge. James How 



Tho. Philebrowne 
Jn. Swan 
Nath. Handcock 
Sam. Hastings 
Jn. Addams 
Thorn. Browne 
Nath. Smith 
Steven Dow 



Mr. Jn. Davenport jun. 
Jn. Prescott 
Rich. Wheeler 
Jn. Moor 
Jn. Rugg 
Jn. fletcher 

Haverill Joakim Harvey 
Tho. Daniel 



Robert Emerson W m Vauhan 

Ralph Holton Lanes" Rich. Cumings 
Henry Kelly Henry Deering 

James ffowle Wooborne Jnthan Wade jun. 
Benj. Bullard Jn. Conney sworn July 

Meadfeild Moses Bradford 
Sam. Gary Rocksbury Sam Mason 
Tho. Philbrick Jn. Roberts 

Hampton Jn. Gorton 
Sam. Wadsworth James Kent Newb. 

Milton Jn Kent 
Sam. Smith North Jn. Bartlet jun. 

Hampton Jn. Wells 
Jn. ffarington Dedham Abiel Somersby 
C. R., Vol. IV. p. 600. Henry Jacquish 

Benja. Lowell 

24 Oct. 1668. John Bayley 

Jn Green Maulden Sam. Perly 
W m Greene Nehemiah Abbot 

Symon Crosbee Georg Lyon 

Billirrikey. Ezra Clap 
Thomas Day Ebenezar Clap 

Springfeild Tho. Gunn 
C. R., Vol. IV. p. 624. James Cornish 

Jn. Roote 

19 May 1669. Tho ftarnum 

" Persons admitted to Jn Steephens 
ffreedom by this Jn. fry 
Court, and those that Steven Osgood 
tooke their oaths are Georg Abbat 
set down first; those Wm. Chandler And. 
that tooke it not are Andrew ffoster 



under the line." 

Mr. Tho. Deane 
James Whetcombe 
Daniel Turill 
Sam. Norden 
Jn. Mosse 
Joseph Parsons 
Jn. Gidney 
Barthol. Gidney 
Sam. Cheevers 
Jn. Pickering 



Jn. Maxwell 
Laurenc. Willis 
Wm. Greenough 
Benj Gage 

Jn. Bayly Newb. 

Nath. Hancock 
Jn. Bayey Rowley 
Mathew Edwards 
Jn. Keepe Spr. 

Isack Graves sworn 
Henry Jacquish 
Benj. Kelly 



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Jn. Hastings 

Boaz Browne 

Ezek. Jewet 

Antho. Austin 

Jn. Kelly 

Benja. Rolfe 

Thomas Wiggin 

C. B., Vol. IV. p. 629. 

11 May 1670. 
Mr. Jn. Chickering 

Chars. 

Daniel Edmonds 
Tho. White 
Abraham Smith 
Sam. Peirce 
Joseph ffrost 
Tho. Chadwell 
Sollomon Phipps jun. 
Joseph Ketle 
Sam. Ketle 

Win. Symonds Woo. 
RogerKenicot 
Tho. Green 

Jn. Baldin Bill. 

Samuell Maning 
Jn Bracket 
Mr. Jn Oxenbridge 

Bost. 

Henry Tompson. 
Adam Niccolls 
Mr. Sam. Willard 

Groton 
Wm. Lakin 
Mathyas farnworth 
Tho. Patch 

Henry Bayly Bev'ly 
John Black 
John Gaily 
Jn. Woodberv 
Tho. West 
Mr. Peter Bulkley 

Cone. 

John Haywood 
Thomas Mason 

North Hamp*. 
Tho. Bascome 
Wm. Webster Haclley 
Joseph Baldwin 
Joseph Plurner Newb. 
Benj. Rolfe 
John Poore jun . 
ffranc. Thurlo 
Nicho. Batt 
Job Pilsbury 
John Gerrish Dov. 
Wm. Bartol Marbhd. 
Benja. Leeds Dorc. 
Henry Haggit 
Dani. Gott 



Wm. Rayner 
Jn. Batchiler 
W m ffiske 
John Albye 
C.E., Vol. IV. p. 651. 

11 Oct. 1670. 
John Sandford 
John Gipson 
John Warren 
David Cop 
Samuel Worcester 
Nicholas Wallington 
C. S., Vol. IV. p. 660. 

31 May 1671. 
Giles fyfield Charls. 
Ric. Asting. 
Tho. Hale 
Nath. ffrothingham 
Joseph Lynd 
Abra. Smith 
John Call 
Sam. ffrothingharn 
Mr. Alexand' Nowell 
Tho. Parkes Cambr. 
Jn. Tuttle Lyn 

Mr. Josiah flynt Dorch. 
Antho. Newton 
Hen. Leadbetter 
Robt. Spurr 
James Convers Wob. 
Eljazer Jaco 
Mr. Win. Brinsmead 
Hen. Collins jun. 
Allin Broad 
Jn. Penniman Brant. 
Moses Belcher 
Caleb Hubard Hing. 
Josh. Lyncoln 
Joseph Baldwin Hadl. 
Noah Coleman 
ffr. Wainewright Ips. 
Wm. White 
Isack fibster 
Sam. Younglove 
Rich Waker 
Wm. Story jun. 
Arthur Abbot jun. 
Robt. Allin Dedh. 

Jn. Richards 
Nath. Heaton 
Jnthan ffuller 
Medad Pumrey North 
Hamp. 
Jn. Barber 

Charls fferry Spring. 
Jn. Riley 

Tho. Hobbs Topsf. 
Paul White Newb. 



Tho. Noyes 
Jnthan Morse 
James Smith 
John Smith 
John Knight jun. 
Isack Phelps Westf . 
Joseph Whiting 
Jonothan Corwin 

Salem. 
Jn. Marston 
Eliaz'. Gidney 
Jn. Maskor 
Tho. Ingolls (676) 
Jn. Alden 3" Chh. 

Boston. 

ffranc. Robinson 
Jn. Mellowes 
Jonathan Jackson 
Wm. Hoare 
James Hill 3 d Chh. 
Jn. Marshall 
Ambrose Daws 
Ezra Morse 

Jn. Lytlefeild Ded. 
Jn. Holton 

Sam. How Sud. 

Jn. Roberts 

1". Ch. Bosto[n] 
Edmo. Ranger 
Bartho. Toppn 
Jn. Temple 
Jn . farnham 
Jn. Moore 
Jn. Cotte 
Jn. Cleanesby 
Rob'. W m s 
Tho. Overmore 
Mr. Jn. Saffyn 
Capt. Tho. Lake 
Josh. Holdsworth 
Jn. Barnard Wat'. 
Sam. Liver more 
Jn. Bright 

Sam. Craft Rox. 

Ephraim Hunt Wey. 
Jn. Rogers 
Benj. Gage Hav r . 

Sam Gage 

Rog r . Kennicot Maid. 
Sam. Lee 
Tho. Green 

Tho. Burnhamjun. Tps. 
Tho. Beard 
Jn. Bickford sen. 

Dorch. 
Rob' Burnm 

James Coffyn 

Tho. Bill (677) 
C. E., Vol. IV. pp. 676, 
677. 



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15 May 1672. 
Mr. Urian Oakes Camb. 
Mr. Joseph Dudley 

Koxbu. 

Win. Laking Groaton 
Mathias farnworth 
Jn. Morse 
Joseph Morse 
Nath. Lawrence 
Jnth n Sautell 
Jnth n Morse 
Mr. Jn Winslow 

Boston 

Dani. Henchman 
Ephraim Savage 
Joseph Wheeler 
Mannasseth Brike 
Symon Amery 
Tim Thornton 
Hen. Alin 
Edw. Grant 
James Townsend 
Wm. Smith Boston 
Sam. Bridge (688) 
Wm. Griggs 
Ephraim Searl 
Abell Porter jun. 
Isack Brookes Woob. 
Joseph Richardson 
W m . Ellery Gloc. 

Tho. Pinney 
Georg Laines Ports. 
Jn. Breuster 
Rob' Purrington 
Rich. Shortridg 
Jn. Dennet 
Jn. Thompson 
Tho. Eggerly Dov r . 
Jn. Rand 
Jn. Dam 
Stev. Jones 
Jn Wingat 
Thos. Layton 
Tho. OlliV Cambr. 
Natha. ffiske 
Jn. Morse Watr'. 

W m . Torrey Weym. 
Micajah Torrey 
Joseph Prat 
Ric. Temple Cone. 
Tho. Deane 
Gershom Brooks 
Obadiah Morse Medf . 
Jonth n Morse 
Joseph Morse 
Nath. Whiting 
Ezekiel Jewet Rowley 
Abr. Haseltine 
Tho. Rimgton 
Jn. Watson 



Jnth. ffuller Dedh. 
Edw. West Medfie. 
Mr. Hope Atherton 

Hatfeid. 
Jn Coleman 
Thadeus Riddan Lyn 
Josep Gardiner Salem 
Rich. Button Wenh. 
Joseph Rice Marlb. 
Tho. Chubbuck 
Tho. Lincolne 
Jn. Beale 
Dani. Cushin 
Mathias Bridges 
Joseph Bate 
Benj. Bate 
Samuell Bate 
Wm. Hearsy 
Onesepherus Marsh 
Jacob Beale 
Caleb Beale (689) 

C. R.,Vol. IV.pp.68S, 
689. 

8 Oct. 1672. 

Mr. Solomon Stoddard 
North Ham. 
George Lane King. 
Dr. Leornard Hoare 

Bost. 

Tho. Lull Ips. 

Sam. Wight Medf. 
Eph. Wight 
Joseph Croufot 

Springf. 

Henry Walker Glocest. 
C. B., Vol. IV. p. 705. 

7 May 1673. 
Mr. Peter Lydget 

1" Ch. Bost. 

Mr. Samuel Shrimpton 

Mr. Elisha Cooke 

Mr. Eljakim Hutchin- 

son 

Mr. John Usher 
Mr. Jn. ffaireweather 
Mr. John Clarke 
Mr. Isack Addington 
Mr. John Buttolph 
Samuel Bridge 
Mr. Xtopher Clarke 

3 d Ch. Bost. 
Mr. John Joyliffe 
Mr. Edward Willis 
Mr. Nathaniel Daven- 
port 

Tho. Bingley 
Paul Batt 
Timothy Batt 



Mr. John Woodmansey 
John Drury 
James Bracket 
Mr. Edw. Willis 
Mr. Jn. Walley, merch* 
Lyonel Wheately 
Robert Mason 
John Walley, mariner 
Mr. John Pole 
Rich. Paddeshall 
John Wilkins 
JohnOsborne 2 d Ch. Bo. 
Hopestil foster 
ffrancis Hudson 
Wm. Greenorejun. 
Math. Barnard 
Daniel Travis 
Rich. Bennet 
Capt. Sam. Scarlet 
John Anderson sen* 
Joseph Cooke 
Obadiah Swift Dorch. 
John Bird 
Eliaz r Hawes 
Joseph Weekes 
Samuel Topliffe 
Jn. Wthrington 
Mr. Thomas Graves Ch. 

Mr. Joseph Browne 

Mr. Sam. Brakenbury 
Ch. 
Humphry Bradshaw 

Camb. 

Samnell Oldam 
Nath. Robbinson (718) 
W m Davis Rox. 

James Day Ips. 

Mr. Joseph Gerrish 

New. 

Jn. Bailey Wey. 

ffrancis Browne 
Elisha Elzie Newb. 
James Bayly 
Dani. Cheny 
Joshua Browne 
Sam. Poore 
Moses Pilsbury 
Benja. Morse 
Sam. Bartlet 
Hen. Ingalls And. 

Jn. Lovejoy 
John Barker 
John Baker Drch. 

Ellis Wood 
Edw. West 

Jos. Heyward Cone. 
Nathan. Billings 
Abra. Bryant Red. 
Mr. Gershom Hobbart 
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James Bate 

Clement Bate 

Mr. Zecha. Whitman 

Hull. 

Benj. Bosworth 
Tho. Loring 
Ju. Loring 
Jn. Lobdell 
Isack Lobdell 
Benj. Loring 
Sampson Shoare 
Abra. Jones 
Jn Cumins Tops. 

Isa. Cumins 
Isack Easty 

Jn. Row Glo. 

Nathan. Joseljn Lane. 
Sam. Belden Hatf. 
Dani. Warner 
Wm. Gull 

Chileab Smith Had!. 
Jos. Warner 
Jn. Tucker Ports. 

Nicho. Woodbery Bev rly 
Peter Noyce Sudb. 
John Goodenow 
Tho. Barnes Marlb. 
James Vales Medf. 
Mr. Charls Nicholate 

(719) 

Salem 
O.R., Vol. IV. pp. 718, 

719. 

15 Oct. 1673. 
Nathaniel Peirce 

B. 1 Ch. 
Mathew Atkins 

B. 2 d Ch. 

Boaz Browne Cone. 
Ephraim Clarke Medf. 
Wm. Coleman Glo. 
Stephen Cooke Mend" 
Danel Lovet 
Abra. Staple 
Joseph Steevens 
Samuel Read 
Hope Tyler 
C. R., Vol. IV. p. 732. 

20 Dec. 1673. 
John Lovejoy 
John Barker 
Henry Ingalls 
C. B., Vol. IV. p. 737. 

9 January 1673-4. 
Jn Noyes New. 

Cutting Noyes 
John Lunt 
Abra. Addams 



John Badger 
Joseph Gerrish 
Nathaniel Brewer Rox. 
Mr. W m Addams Ded. 
Sam. Capen Dorch'. 
C.R., Vol. IV. p. 737. 

11 March 1673-4. 
Pen Townsend B. 

Mr. John Rodgers Ips. 
Mr. Samuel Cobbet 
Rob'. Kinsman 
Thomas Clarke 
Daniell Hovey 
Abraham ffitt 
Joseph Goodhue 
Joseph Whiple 
Philemon Dane 
Tho. ffisher Ded. 

Joseph Pratt "Weym. 
Tho. Andrew Hing. 
Nath. Cutler Ch. 

James Bacon Roxb. 
Josias Richardson 

Chelmsfo. 
Eliazer Browne 
Jacob Warren 
G. R. t Vol. IV. p. 738. 

27 May 1674. 
Mr. Daniel Epps Ips. 
Tho. Jacob 
Tho. Metcalf 
Nico. Wallis 
Nathaniel Addams 
Nathan : Rust 
Tho. ffrench 
Jn Lumpson 
Jn Pebody Tops. 

Joseph farnum 1 Ch. 
Jn. Rugles sen r . Rox. 
Elnathan Chancy 

[Camb r .] 
Ruben Luxford 
Andrew Boardman 
Jn. Jackson 
Daniel Markham 
Jn Buss Cone. 

Jacob french Bill r . 
Wm Seavir Ports. 

Obadiah Morse 
Tho. Harvie 
Antho. Ellings 
Richard Sampson 
Abell Porter 
Caleb Pumbrey 

N. Hamp. 

Ebenezer White Weym. 
Edw. Addams Med. 
Joseph Wright 



Gershom flagg 
Samuel Walker Woob. 
James Thompson 
Israel Walker 
Jn Snow 

C. R., Vol. V. p. 1. 

7 Oct. 1674. 
Samuel Douse Ch. 

Tho. Bligh Bost. 

Rich. Sharpe 
Tho. Smith 
W m Ingram 
Dudley Bradstreet 
C. R., Vol. V.p. 15. 

22 July 1674. 

At a Court at Pemaquid 
the following named 
persons took the oath 
of fidelity. 

Thomas Humphreys 

Robert Gamon 

Willjam Waters 

John Dolling 

Thomas Cox 

Rob' Edmunds 

Ambrose Han well 

John Wriford 

Eljas Trick 

John Pride 

George Bickford 

Reynald Kelley 

Jn Cole 

Capt. Edmnd Patteshall 

Mr. Ichabod Wisewall 

Mr. Richard Olliver 

Wm. Buckford 

Edward Barton 

Rich d . Hill 

Henry Curtis 

ffrancis Browne 

Rich*. Warren 

Henry Stoakes 

Wm. Denlo 

Edw*. Dorr 

Jn Dare 

Geor. Burnet 

Nicho. Osbourne 

Tho. Parker 

David Olliver 

Emanuel Wichalls 

Jn Cock 

Tho. Phillips 

Tho. Hilman 

Nicco. Carary 

Jn Parker 

Nicco. Deming 

Abel! Hoggeridge 

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Jn. WildGoose 
Tho. Parnell 
Aaron Beard 
Gregory Langberry 
Abra. Clarke 
Tho. Cox jun. 
Henry Curtis jun. 
Shadrick Cox 
Richard Cox 
Richard Pearce jun. 
Robert Cauly 
Tho. Adger 
Richard Bradeway 
Richard Bucknell 
Wm. Edwards 
Tho. Cox 
Wm. Waters 
Wm. Welcome 
Jn*. Bessell 
Peter Collins 
Richard Glass 
Tho. Phillips 
Henry Palmer 
Jn Palmer jun. 
Phillip Bry 
Wm. Phillips 
Jn. Stover 
Jn. Palmer sen 1 . 
Rob r t Edmnds 
James Widger 
Tho. Harls 
Jn. Gingden 
Nico. Vallack 
Jn Selman 
Wm. Trout 
Nico. Heale 
Georg Bucknell 
Wm. Cox 
Tho. Cox 

C. R., Vol. V.p. 17. 



12 May 1675. 
John Valentine Bost. 
Joseph Webb 
Elisha Audljn 
Sam. Ware 
Jnth n Bridgham 
Peircy Clarke 
John Davis 
Joshua Gee 
Benja. Dyer 
Edw. Thwing 
Sam. Gardiner Salem 
Samuel Warner Ips. 
Tho. Weld 
Tho. Gittings 
Symon Chapman 
Nath. Warner 
James Bracket Bev. 



Andrew Boardman 

Camb. 

Ruben Luxford 
Dani. Markeham 
John Jackson 
Ebeuez* Wiswall 
Tho : Olliuer 
Nehemiah Hubbard 
Sam : Houlett 
W m Houlett 
Mathew Austin, Yor. 
Nathaniel Masterson 
John Seawall 
John Richardson 
Sam : Sayer, New 

Benj* Morse 
Bernard Capen, Dorc. 
Jn Mirriam 
T mo Wheeler, Cone. 
Joseph Whiting 
Hen : Collins, Jun., 

Lyn. 

Allin Bread 
Tho : Mighill 
Israel Jenery, Mead. 
Nath : Gay 
C.R.,Vol. V.pp.25, 26. 

21 Feb. 1675-6. 
Jn. Tucker 3 d Bost. 
Jn. Noyes 
Natha. Willjams 
Dani. Gookin jun. 

Camb. 

Jn Pike Sails. 

Hen. Trow Ips. 

Jn. Jewet 
Rob' Pierpoint 
Jn. Atwood Bost. 2 d 
Joseph Knight Woo. 
Georg Abbot And. 
Xtopher Osgood 
Tho. Osgood 
Jacob french Bilie. 
Tho. Russell Charles. 
Jn. Clifford Hamp. 
Joseph Barret Chelms. 
Liemach Amistreale 

Tho. Dyer Weym 

C. B. t Vol. V.p. 70. 

3 May 1676. 
Mr. Sam. Alcock Boston 
Mr. Dani. Russell Charl. 
Zech. Johnson 
Isaack ffowle 
Zech. fferris 
John Goodwin 
Timo. Baker Northam. 



Joseph Person 
Jn. Bridgman 
Judah Wright 
Sam. Smith 
Mr. Jn. Younglove 

Hadly 
Samuel Wentworth 

Dov. 
C. S., Vol. V. p. 73. 

11 Oct. 1676. 
Richard Hall Bradf. 
Dani. Hazeltine 
Jn. Hardy 

Jn. Hubbard Ips. 

Jn. Jewet 

Benja. Emons Bo. 3 d Ch. 
Sam. Davis Northam. 
Nehemia Allin 
Jn. Knight 
Jn. Dowse Charls. 
C.E., Vol. V.p, 112. 

23 May 1677. 
Mr. Jn. Price Salem 
Jn. Higinson jun. 
Jn. Hauthorne 
Manasses Marston 
Henry Kirrey 
Mr. Sam. Nowel Charls. 
Jn Phillips 
Xtopher Goodin 
James Millar 
Jn. Blany 

W'm. Gibson Boston 
ICh. 

Nathani Barnes 
Edw d Ashley 
Jn. Cad well Ips. 

Jn. Wales Dorch. 

James Blake 
Joseph Roads Lin. 
Jn. White Rox. 

Jabez ffox Camb. 

Jn. Rogers Wey. 

Jn. Bayly 

Nathani. Gay Dedh. 
Tho. Aldridge 
Nath. Kingsbery 
Jn. Weare 
Wm. A very 
Jn. Hollioke Spr. 

Sam. Stoddar Hingh. 
Andrew Lane 
Jn Tucker 
Rich d Dumer jun. 

Newb. 
Hen. Short 
Steph. Greenleaf 
Jacob Toppan 



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Rich. Bartlet jun. Timo. Lyndall 

Tho. Pearly ' Isack ffoot 

Wm. fibster Rowley Roger Hill 

Nath. Barker Wm. Barker 

Obadiah Morse Meadf. Edvv. Read 

Edw d Acldams Benj. Parmiter 

Eljaz r Addams Richard Riff 

Jn Morse Francis Girdler 

Jos. Bullin Jn Mascoll 

Jn". Walker Wooburn Walter Cloys 

Jn Carter Joseph faifbank 

Jn Brarboun Tho. ffisher 

franc, fletcher Concord Sam. Guile 

Timo. Wheeler Benj. Miles 

Jn Merriam Joseph Wight 

Sam. Jones Josia ffisher 

Sam. Lampson Redding Rob't Weare Hamp. 2 Oct. 1678. 

Jn Eaton Jonath. ffreeman Mr. Isack fibster 



Salem Nehem. Grover 
Isa. Woodbery 
Hump. Woodbery 
Rob'. Bradbuth 
Ric. Patch 
Jn Blatt 
Jn Rich*'. 
Jn Patch 

Tho. Holman Milton 
Ephr. Tucker 
Manasses Tucker 
Timo. Nash Hadl. 

Tho. Hale Hadl. 

Jn Russell 

C. R., Vol. V.p. 175. 



Ded. 



Henry Merrow Jn. Clifford 

Sebred Taylor Wm. ffuller 

G. R., Vol. V.p 126. Jn Parker 

Joseph Lynds 

10 Oct. 1677. Dani. Thirston 

John Clarke B. 3 C. Sam. Baker 
Gilbert Cole Joseph Benson 

Robert Butcher Samuel Prince 

Nathaniel Patten Jnth. Vickree 

Jn Wales sen r . Dor. Tho. Toleman 
Sam. Hix Jn. Toleman 

Henry Withengton Nath. Glover 
Amos Woodward James fibster 

Camb. Incre. Sumer 
Dani. Champney Hope Clap 

John Wells Rox. Jn Baker 

Tho. Peirce Woob. Wm. Ryall 
Jn. Smeadley Cone. Josia Cnapen 
Joseph Boynton Row. Jos. Peniman 
Alexand' Sessions And. Sam. Penniman 
Benja. Lincolne King. Jos. Parmiter 
John Chubbuck 
John fering 

Tho. Gill jun Sam. Thaxter 

C. R., Vol. V.p. 146. Tim. Marsh. 
Jos. Walker 

8 May 1678. Tho. Patten 

Joseph Bridgham Sam. ffrost 

1 Ch. Bost. Obadia Perry 
Joshua Windsor 2 Ch. Mr. Edw. Taylor 



Jn Pengilley 
Mauld. Enock Hubbard 

Sam. Man 
Meadf. Jn Brewer 
Hull Jonas Prescot 

Tho. Readejun. 

Wm. Addams 

Joseph ft'reeman 



Charls. 
Ips. 
Hing. 
Ded. 
Sud. 



Woob. 



Dorch. Sam" Carter 
Jn Kendall 
Jos. Winge 
John Lynds 
Jn Greenland 

C.S., Vol. V.p. 202. 



Maid 



Jonas Clarke 

Hen. Dauson 

Wm Way 

Jn Barnard 

Tho. Bark r 

Jn Goffe 

Wm. Sumer 

Mr. Peter Thatcher 

3Ch. 

Mr. Sam. Seawall 
Mr. Elnath. Chancey 



15 Oct. 1679. 

Brant Mr. John Browne Red. 
Benja. ffitch 
Hananiah Parker 
Nath. Gooding 

Steph. Payne jun. Peter Tuffes Maid. 

Jn Lazell Hing. francis Jones 

Mathew Cushin jun. 

Hing. 

Biller Jn. Smith jun. 
Dani. Cushin 
Josia Levet 
Joseph Wing 
Joseph Lyon 



Jn Maudsley 

Vickry Sike 

Isa. Cakebread 

Luke Hitchcoke 

Jn Richardson 

Tho. Bankroft 

Jn Townsend 

Rich. Phillips Weym. 

Sam. Humphry 

Joseph Dyar 



Wo. 
Rox. 
New. 
Cone. 



Westf . Jn Dole 

Sam. Butterick 
Spr. Jn Prescot 

Ephraim Winship 

Camb. 
Woob. Jn Marrion 



Red. C. R., Vol. V. p. 232. 



Camb. Edmo. Grover Bev*. 



4 Feb. 1679-80. 
Ordered that the 
Hon ble Georg Russell 
Esq., now resident 



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with us in Boston, be 
admitted to the free- 
dom of this corpora- 
tion, if he pleases 
to accept thereof." 
Marg. note "He 
accepted it, and took 
his oath 13 ffeb. 79, 
before the Governor 
and Assistants." 
C.R., Vol.- V.p. 259. 

19 May 1680. 
Mr. Jn Bowles Rox. 
Mr. Edw. Pay son 
Jn. Grafton Salem 
Resolved White 
Benja. Thwing 

1 C. Bost. 
Jerr Dumer 
Jn Thing 
Jacob Hurd 
Tho. Chard 

Jn Cotton 2 d Ch. 

Cotton Mather 
Wm. Coleman 
Jabez Broune Sud. 
Jn Held Chelmsf. 

Elia' Ball 
Jonathan Tyng 
Mr. Jose. Hawley 

North. 
Davjd Burt 
Wm. Smead 
Jn. Woodward 
Jonathan Hunt 
Joshua Pomrey 
Eliaz' frary 

Joseph Dodge Bev r . 
Jn Balch 
Paul Thorndick 
Rich*. Norman 

Marbleh* 
Jn Legg 
Nathan. Walton 
Rich d Mounteque 
Mr. Tho. Shephard 

Charls. 
Mr. Neh. Hubbard 

Camb. VilK 
Ebenez' Wiswall 
Sam. Robbins 
Jn Gardiner Wob. 
Jn Chad wick 
Mr. Wiglesworth Maid. 
Peletiah Smith 
Tho. Putnam jun. 

[illegible.] 
Wm. Stacy 
Zache Marsh 



Symon Booth 

Israel How 

Benj. Leeds 

John Pason 

Symon Willard Ips, 

Joseph Pitty 

Nath Humphry 

Abra. Whitman Wey. 

Wm. Pratt 

Mr. Edw. Taylor West. 

David Ashley 

Jeddedia Dewy 

Sam. Roote 

Joseph Pomry 

Nath. Melby Hull 

Jn Hanchet 

Benj. Bos worth 

Abra. Jones 

Rob' Gold 

Jonathan Nile 

Nathani. Bosworth 

Sam. Prince 

Zach. Witma [i.e. Whit- 

mon] 

Jose. Bosworth 
Isack Vickrey Hull 
Steven Lincoln Hingh. 
Mr. Jer. Shep'd Lynn 
Tho. Layton 
Ralph King 
Rob', ffuller 
Jn felton 
Jos. Phippen 
Mr. Dani 1 . D x en 

Japhet Chapin Spring. 
Sam. Ely 
Tho. Shelden Biller. 

C.R., Vol. V.p. 260. 

13 Oct. 1680 
Mr. Tho. Cheever 

1 C. Bost. 
Nicho. Willis 
Mr. Deodat Lawson 3C. 
Sam. Ballard Cha. 
Mr. Edw. Pason Rox. 
Danie. Kellum jun. 

Wenh. 

John Knolton 
Sam Knolton 
Tho. Bayly 
Sam. Abby 
Sam. ffiske 
Tho. Prentice sen'. 

Camb. Vill. 
Tho. Prentice jun. 
Tho. Parke sen'. 
Jn ffuller jun. 
Jnthan ffuller 
Joshua ffuller 



Joseph ffuller 
James Hawkes Hing. 
Jos. Jacob 

Enos. Kinsly N.Hamp. 
Peter Bracket Biller. 
C.R., Vol. V.p. 285. 

11 May 1681 
Tho. Eaton Ded. 
Natha. Chickering 
Robe't Weare 

David Hubbart Hing. 

Jerr. Beale 

Tho. Hovey Hadl. 

Sam.Lancton N.Hamp. 

Nath. Phelph 

Benja. Gerrish Salem 

Ezekiel Cheevers 

John Leech 

Ephrajm Colton Spr. 

Tho. Colton 

Joseph Stebbing 

Joseph Trumble 

Georg Norton 

Sam. Kent Glou. 

Jn. Burbank Hav. 

Wm. Starlinge 

Sam. Peirson 

Nath. Jewett Cone. 

Allen Bread sen r . Lyn 

Joseph Reads 

Josiah Reads 

Ephi'ajm Winship 

Camb. 

Abraham Tilton Ips. 
Isa. Esty Tops. 

Tho. Norman 

C. R., Vol. V. p. 306. 

12 Oct. 1681. 
Mr. Jn. Olliver 2 Ch. 

Bost. 

Tho. Chard 
James Barnes 
Hen. Bartholmew 

1 Ch. B. 
Odadiah Sajle 
Jn Russells. Camb. 

Jn sen'. 

Tho. Cow. Ips. 

Sam. Ingolls 
Wm. Goodhue jun. 
Jn* Pierson jun. Row. 
Jn Sanyde (320) 
John Whitman Wey. 
Nicholas Whitmarsh 
Steven ffrench 
Jn. Bayly 
Tho. Bayly 
Rich d . Gurney 



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James Smith 
Nathan Smith 
Samuel Holbrooke 
Wm. Richards jun. 
Joseph Richards 
Jn Richards 
Tho. Kingman 
Samuel King 
Wm. Read 
Abijah Whitman 
Tho. White 
Joseph Dyer 
Jn Shawjun. 
Joseph Pitty 
Tho. Noble Wenh. 
Eliaz' Weller 
Sam. Ball Spr. 

Tho. Spencer SufP. 
Tho. Stuksley (321) 
C. R., Vol. V. pp. 320, 
321. 



24 May 1682. 
Jn. ffoster Salem 

Antho. Buxton 
Peter Prescot 
Mr. Jno. Apleton Ips. 
Jn. Dane 
Jn. Wardner 
Dani. Warner 
Tho. Boreman 
Joseph ffellows 
Tho. Tredwell 
Nath. Tredwell 
Jos. far Lyn 

Jn. ffarrington 
Humph. Barrat Cone. 
Sam. Haur 
Roger Chandler 
Sam. Stone 

Sam. Kemball Wenh. 
Jn. Gilbert 
Charl Got 

Jn Harding Meadfei. 
Jn Warfeild 
Benj. Clark 
Jn fisher 
Sam Rockwood 
Nath. Allin 

Jno Bates Chelms 

Abra. Byam 
Nath. Butterfeild 
Abr. Parker 
Isack Morrell Chs 

Jnthan Caree 
Sam. BartletN. Hamp. 
Jn Pinor Northfeild 
C.R., Vol. V.p. 348. 



11 Oct. 1682. 
Mr. Sam. Gardiner jun. 
Salem 

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Beniamin Hartshorne 
Nathanell .Gouen 
Samuell Smith 
David Hartshorne 
John Parker 
Timothy Hartshorne 
Jerimiah Swaine 
John Browne 
Cornelius Browne 
William Eaton 
Thomas Burnap 
John Wesson 
William Arnall 
ffrances Huchison 
Timothy Wileley 
Josepth Burnap 
John Eaton 
William Robbins 
Samuel Lilly 
Robbart Burnap 
John Uptan sen'. 
George fflint 
David Bacheller 
John Dunton 
John Dix 

ffrances Smith (10) 
Lieu". Lewis Lynn 
Mr. Habersfeild 
Thomas ffarrar jun'. 
Joseph Meriam 
Will ra . Merriam 
Ebenezer Hathorn 
John Edmunds 
Rich d . Hood sen'. 
John Ingols sen'. 
Rob'. Ingolls 
Benjam". ffar 
Henry Collins jun r . 
Daniell Hithins sen'. 
John Burrill2 d 
Ebenezer Stocker 
Moses Hawks 
Thomas Baker 
Benjam" Rednap 



Thomas Jovory 
Joseph Mansfeild jun'. 
Rob'. Potter jun'. ' 
Eleazer Lynzy 
Will m Harrington 
John Newhall sen'. 
Aquilla Ramsdell 
Theophilus Bayley 
Cornet Johnson 
Daniell Mansfeild 
Thomas Graves, sen' 
Samu". Graves 
Rob'. Rand jun'. 
Samuell Moors 
Nathaniell Ballard 
John Bread 
Daniell Needham 
Thomas Chadwell 
Joseph Bread 
Allin Bread 3 tius 
Timothy Bread 
Mathewffarrington jun- . 
NathaniellNewhall sen' 
Sam" Hort 
Joseph Hort 
Richard Haven sen'. 
Robert Paffer sen'. 
Jonathan Hudson 
Moses Hudson 
John Moor 
Edward ffuller 
Samu" Rhodes 
Ensign John Newhall 
Andrew Townsend 
Andrew Mansfeild 
Will m Bassett sen*. 
Willa m . Bassett jun r . 
John Lewis jun'. 
Sam". Jynks 
Nathan Newhall jun'. 
Benjam n . Collins 
John Richards 
John Diven 
Ens. Edw* Baker 
Thomas Lewis 
Samuell Ingolls 
Henry Collins jun'. 
John Jynks (11) 
Joseph Mansfeild jun'. 
Josiah Rhodes 
Richard Hood 
Theophilus ffarrington 
Samuel Bligh (12) 
Mass. Arch., Vol. 37, 
pp. 10-12. 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



The Names of such persons who tooke the Oath of Allegiance in 
Boston : 11 th . Novenab*. 1678. Administred by the Hono oble . John Lev- 
erett Esq r . Governo'. 



m r . James Allen 
m r . Sam : Willard 
m r . Edw d . Raynsford 
m r . James Shermon 
m r . John Miles 
m*. Jn. Joyliffe 
m r . Elisha Hutchinson 
L'. Dan 11 . Turill 
Cap*. James Oliver 
Cap'. Jn. Hull 
L'. Nath*: Reynolds 
L'. Matthew Bernard 
L*. Pen Townsend 
L'. Theoph : Frarey 
Ensigne Eph : Savage 
Ensigne Eph : Turner 
Ensigne Ri. Wodde 
Ensigne Jn. Wing 
Ensigne Hope Foster 
Isaac Addington 
Jn. Hay ward 
Nath a : By field 
Nath* : Williams 
Jonath. Bridgham 
Henry Mountfort 
W m . Greenough 
Jabesh Salter 
Marsh". Jo : Webb 
Return Waite 
John Search 
Edw : Goodyn 
Ri : Crispe 
Jn. Temple 
Jn. Winslow 
Jn. White 
Nath 1 . Blague 
Henry Tite 
Robert Williams 
Ri : Collacot 
Jn. Veering 
Robert Butcher 
Francis Morse 
Edw d . Davis 
W m . Spowell junr. 
Nehem h . Peir'ce 
Tho : Sanford 
Sam : Peacock 
Sam : Bridge 
Tho : Warren 
Sam. Jenkins 
Tho : Smith 
Simon Roberts 



Tho : Baker jun r . 
Obadiah Read 
Jn. Moore 
L'. Jn. W alley 
Cap'. W m . Gerrish 
L'. Jacob Eliott 
m*. Tho : Kellond 
L'. Ri : Way 
John Conney 
Christopher Clarke 
Jonathan Balston 
Nath*. Greenwood 
Elnath". Chauncey 
Cap'. W m . Wright 
W m . Coleman 
W m . Needham 
W m . Pope 
Ja : Whetcomb 
Nath*. Oliver 
Edw : Willy's 
John Harrison 
W m . English 
Hudson Leverett 
Benj n . Davis 
Tho : Watkins 
Sam: Peirce 
W m . Griggs 
Tim". Pratt Sen-. 
Jn. Holman 
Jn. King 
Savel Simpson 
Jn. Wilkins 
W m . Robbins 
Joseph Saxton 
Nath'. Barnes 
Jn. Bateman 
Jn. Maryon Sen r . 
Rob'. Mason jun r . 
Tho : Fuller 
Jn. Dinsdall 
Joseph Knight 
W m . Home 
Sam: Maryon 
W m . Rawson 
Moses Peirce 
Peter Codnar 
Joshua Winsor 
Preserv d . Collacot 
Tho : Jinkins 
Arthur Fickling 
Sam : Inggs 
Rob'. Sanderson 



Jn. Baker 
Benoni Collier 
Jn : Maryion jun r . 
Sam: Willett 
Jn. Forster 
Joseph Blake 
Math : Atkins 
Joshua Matson 
James Green 
Steven Feilder 
W". Stratton 
Jn. Hueson 
Nath*. Baker 
Joshua Rice 
Mattb : Browne 
Ebenez : Davenport 
Sam : Boabston 
W m . Porter 
Jn. Fairfeild 
Jn. Orris 
Tho : Bill 
Nath*. Robbinson 
Jn. Indicott 
Jn. Roberts 
Henry Messenger 
Jn. Dafforme 
Tho : Wheeler 
Edin : Ranger 
James Inglish 
Giles Dyer 
Jn. Skate 
Dan". Fairfeild 
Jn. Barbur 
Asaph Eliott 
Peter Odlin 
Sam.: Holman 
Jn. Greenleaf 
Isaiah Tay 
Ri : Narramore 
Gilbert Cole 
Joseph Gallop 
Adam Dinsdall 
Th. Barbur 
Joseph Swett 
Jonath": Howard 
Edw : Cowell 
David Mattox 
Tho : Barnes 
Jon*. Addams 
Jn. Butler 
Moses Collier 
Sam : Gallop 



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Jn. Cowell 
Jn. Cleesby 
Nath". Addams Sen'. 
James Marshall 
Robert Addams 
Jon*. Wales 
Henry Harris 
Jn. Jones 
Sam : Snow 
Tho : Hichborn 
W m . Thwing 
m r . Simon Lynde 
Silvan : Davis 
John Young 
Arthur Mason 
James Dennis 
Th. Sheepcot 
Nic. Hoile 
Jn. Osop 
Jn. Roberts 
Charles Lane 
Jn. Matson 
Jn. Hunt 
James Harris 
Phillip Curtice 
Th. Smith 
Jno : Ruggles 
George Purkis 
Matthew Abdee 
Tho : Davis 
Nath a . Castle 
W m . Ochinton 
Rob'. Clarke 
Jn. Pell 
Caleb Rawlins 
Jn . Bull 
Tho : Rootes 
Tho : GrifFen 
Sam : Turell 
Jn. Winchcomb 
Jn. Needham 
Jn. Smith 
Nic. Dolton 
W m . Norton 
Steven Davis 
Joseph Brisco 
Tho: Atkins 
Eliez. Holyoke 
Ri : Williams 
David Raynsford 
Joseph Peirce 
Henry Flood 
Jn. Raynsford 
Sam : East 
Rob'. Orchard 
George Waldron 
Mungo Crawford 
Joseph Farnham 
Tho : Baker Sen r . 
Matth: Collins 



Jn. Skinner 
Jn. Foy 
Jn. Bonner 
Edw. Allyn 
George Burrell 
Joseph Turne* (*szc) 
Is a : Wodde 
Tho : East 
Jn. Alcock 
Rob'. Cooke 
W m . Wooster 
W" . Tower 
Ri: Heath 
Rob'. Emons 
Benj". Williams 
Geo : Manning 
Caleb Ray 
George Pike 
Jn. Barnard 
W m . Sumner 
Sam : Kelley 
Jn. Leech 
James Franklyn 
Benj . Dell 
Edw : Pegge 
Jn. Feild 
Jn. Sweet 
Rob'. Howard 
Jn. Ferniside 
Henry Kirbey 
Robert Carver 
Nich. How 
Tho : Baker 
Rob'. Snell 
Jn. Smith 
Benj". Emons 
Edw : Hill 
Joseph Preist 
Jn. White 
W m . Middleton 
Matthias Smith 
Jn. Harwood 
Abra. Addams 
Dan". Travis 
Lawrence Waters 
Jn. Wakefeild 
Jn. Nicholson 
W m . Loverain 
Sam". Rider 
Edw 4 Antill 
Jn Baker 
James Brading 
W m . Andrew's 
Joseph Wakefeild 
Jn. Williams 
Benj". Brisco 
Charles Hopkins 
Michael Shute 
Sam : Homes 
W m . Payne 



W m . Cleesbey 
Jn. Capen 
Tho : Downe 
Benj". Dunning 
Jn. Ballentine 
Tho : Staplefort 
Cornelius White 
Joseph Belknop Sen r 
Edw : Everill 
Abra m . Rye 
Tho : Horris 
Jn. Wilkee 
W m . Parsons 
Ri : Tout 
James Pennyman 
Edw". Smith 
Jn. Haynes 
Moses Patrick 
Jn. Clough 
Joseph Burgis 
Sam : Tiley 
Sam: Lynde 
Tho. Tiley 
Josiah Abbot 
George Hisket 
Jn. Laurence 
David Cumins 
Isaac White 
Jn. Arthur 
George Eborne 
Tho : Gorst 
Josiah Baker 
Jn Ricks 
Sam". Crab 
W-. Snell 
Francis Hudson 
W". Eolan 
Joseph Parsons 
Jn. Messinger 
Jn. Davis 
Joshua Hews 
Ri : Co by 
Rob'. Lash 
Jn. Courser 
W m . Everden 
W m . Wilkinson 
David Addams 
Dan". Wilden 
Jn. Marsh 
Ri : Kates 
Gindstone Bond 
W. Wade 
Jn. Dowgin 
Tho : Barnat 
Sam : Paine 
David Wilson 
(Jeo : Briggs 
Simon Daniel 
Joseph Dell 
Rob'. Sandall 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Jn. Holland 
Geo: Nowell 
Ri : Peirce 
Henry Champne 
Bozoon Allen 
Tho : Eldridge 
Tim : Thorntun 
Nath*. Addaras jun r . 
Tho : Powell 
Phillip Stratton 
Tho : Paddey 
Jon a . Farnum 
W m . Lane 
Nath*. Lynde 
Fearenot Shaw 
James White 
Joseph Phillips 
Rob'. Edmonds 
Jn. Flood 
Tho : Kemble 
Walter Cohoons 
W m . Poole 
Tho : Norton 
Abra. Blushe 
Rob'. Sedgewick 
Benj". Boeames 
Nic. Phillips 
Jn : Johnson 
W m . Baker 
Jn. Baker 
Henry Woolfe 
Daniel Clough 
David Thomas 
Ambrose Due 
Jn. Cunniboll 
Jn. Play steed 
Henry Alleine 
W m . Huffe 
Tho : Barney 
Rob'. Bronsdon 
W m . Hai'rison 
Moses Bradford 
Joseph Proutt 
Edm d . Gates 
Ephraim Manning 
Magnis White 
W m . Obinson 
Tho : Cooper 
Ri : Cheever 
Jer: Gibson 
Tho: Blythejun'. 
Dennis Mackdaniel 
Joseph Grant 
Josia Belcher 
Ri : Dence [or Deuce] 
Jn. Ayer 
Laurence Bowles 
Jn. Dosset 
Tho : Herris 
W m . Smith 



Laurence White 
Tho : Hern 
Hemy Harwood 
James Johnson 
W m . Pasmore 
Jn. Starr 
Robert Trevey 
Joseph Gannet 
Henry Ingraham 
John Gay 
Tho: Plembley 
James Webster 
Henry Reynols 
David Landon 
Rob'. Mason Sen'. 
Ed\v d . Mortimore 
Tho: Clarke 
Sam : Thaxton 
Jn. Jarmyn 
Abi'a. Letherbridge 
Henry Pease 
Sam. Mattock 
Tho : Sexton Sen r . 
Edw. Paige jun r . 
W m . Waters Sen'. 
Archubal Morrison 
Rob'. Wright Sen'. 
Sam : Bodwell jun'. 
Jn. Farnum jun'. 
Peter Woodhouse 
Isaac Maryon 
Jacob Ferniside 
Peircie Clarke 
Sam : Bedwell Sen', 
Rich". Tuell 
Earth": Stratton 
David Waterhouse 
Edw : Blanchard 
Joseph Homes jun r . 
Tho: Alderton 
Ri : Burton 
Jn. Jinkins 
Joseph Davis 
Jn. Ho wen 
Rob'. Shelston 
Tho: Clout 
Jon*: Barker 
Jn. Viall jun'. 
Peter Townsend 
Tho: Ashley 
Sam : Daggen 
Jn. Ward 
Dan 1 . Turill jun'. 
Steven Butler Sen'. 
Joseph Bateman 
W m . Procter 
Jn. White 
Th. Emons 
Joseph Eldridge 
Amos Vertee 



Jn 
Jn 
Jn 



Sam : Hunt 
Jn : Jarvis 
Jn : Griffin 
Arthur Smith 
Rich d . Barnard 
W m . Penney 
Ri : Davis 

Viall Sen' 

Avis 

Nash 
W". Turner 
Joseph How 
Jn. Carthew 
Sam". Warren 
Jn. Peirce 
Henry Addams 
Sam" Paine 
Sam". Burnell 
Jn. Cotta 
Marke Parsons 
W m . Whiteway 
Caleb Stratton 
Sam". Burrell 
Jarvis Ballard 
Sam". Norden 
Sam". Emons 
Jn. Hunlock 
Jn. Prescot 
W m . Drue 
Nath*. Peirce 
Jn. Maverick 
Nich : Stone 
Jn: Augur 
Andrew Hall 
W m . Guard 
Jn. Glover 
Jn. Place 
Jn. Coiner 
Gaudy James 
Sam" Sendall 
Jn. Dakin 
Rob'. Wittall 
Daniel White 
Francis Dowse 
W m . Hawkins 
Jn. Parmiter 
Arthur Keyn 
Robert Earle 
Tho: Hunt 
Geo : Peirson 
Abel Porter jun' 
Andrew Cload 
Rdger Risden 
Ri : Preist 
Robert Jones 
Jn. Bolt 
Jn. Wayt 
James Hudson 
W m . Carpenter 
Jn. Harwood 



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167 



Jacob Fowle 
Tho: Forty 
Jn. Dyer 
Isaac Cousens 
Joseph Rock 
ElishaOdlin x 
Tho: Dewer^ 
Dan n . Quinsey 
James Tompson 
Jn Woodde 
David Copp 
Nic: Wilmot 
Jonath". Orris 
Joseph Shaw 
Jn. Andrews 
Jn. Ratcliffe 
Jn. Andrews 
Jn Lewis. 
Charles Fuller 
W m . Browne 
Jn. Goffe 
Benj". Dyer 
James Ellice 
Henry Ernes 
Ri : Edwards 
Ri: Talley 
Jn>. Mills 
Tho. Cooper 
Rowland Storey 
W m . Maddison 
Charles Buckner 
Jn. Pollard 
Josias Stone 
Jn. Tomlin 
Jn. Peirce 
Jn. Childe 
Mihel Martyn 
Jn. Dawes 
Lucias Peirce 
Henry Tompson 
Tho Everenden 
Ri : Travis 
Ri: Lo[f]t 
Clement Gross 
Ri : Jinke 
Jn. Scarlett 
James Balston 
W. Pitts 
W. Hunt 
Ephraim Searle 
Erasmus Stevens 
Jn. Whaley 
Jn. Ross 
Simon Rogers 
Josia Cobham 
Edw : Ellys 
Peter Warren 
Anth. Greshon 
James Gray 
Jn. Turner 



Jn. Foster 
Tho : Bingley 
W m . Hobbey 
Jno. Tucker 
Joseph Weeden 
Henry Deering 
Eneas Salter 
Jn. Williams 
Jn. Leech 
W. Gilbert 
Tho: Waggit 
Jn. Atwood 
Rob'. Dale 
Joseph Farrow 
Phillip Bullis 
Rich d . Hall 
Jn. Brooking 
Sam". Walker 
Jn. Parrum 
Benj". Smith 
Jacob Mason 
Ri : George 
Ri : Hunt 
Anthony Mudd 
W m . Phillips 
Thomas Cooke 
Ri : West 
Edw d . Budd 
Jn. Amey Sen'. 
Jn. Amey jun r 
Edw d Dorr 
Tho : Beard 
Jn. Willy's 
W m . Tailev 
Jn. Vsher* (*sic) 
W m . Kirbey 
Jn. Lowell 
Benj". Ward ell 
Charles Abbot 
Ephraim Hall 
Jn. Russell 
W m . Lytherland 
Jn. Hill 
Arthur Mosier 
Jn. Matthews 
Sampso". Stoddard 
Geo : Henley 
Simeon Stoddard 
Jn. Woodmansey 
W m . Rouz 
Dan". Turill jun r . 
Jn. Farnun Sen r . 
Roger Dobleday 
Tho : Hill 
Jn. Pease 
Rob'. Winsor 
Rob'. Cannon 
W m . Gibson 
Tho : Hartley 
W m . Lavis 



Abra : Smi'.h 
Isaac Walker 
Tho : Bemis 
Edw : Creeke 
David Walsbey 
Nathan". Badcock 
Zach : Davis 
Nieh. Salsbury 
Clement Hamlin 
Henry Tarleton 
James Townsend 
Theodore Atkinson 
Alexand'. Bogle 
Nathan". Broughton 
Thaddeus Mackarty 
Sam". Mattock jun r . 
RI : Harrison 
Simeon Messenger 
Jn. Phipps 
Joseph Greenleafe 
Earth". Three Needle 
Obadia Wakef eild 
Tho : Stanbury 
Jn. Brooking jun r . 
Joseph Belknap jun r . 
Hez : Henchman 
Jabesh Negus 
Samuel Phillips 
Joseph Cooke 
Jonath : Raynsford 
James Andrews 
Joseph Williams 
Nathan". Castle 
Hen : Butterfeild 
Leonard Dowden 
Benj". Alford 
Ri:'Middlecott 
Jeremiah Conoway 
Michal Willy's 
Benj". Negus Sen r . 
Obadiah Gill 
Ch* : Crosthwayt 

' Jn. Inglesby jun r . 
Jeremiah Sabyn 
Tho: Narramore 
Christoph'. Crow 
Jn. Inglesby Sen'. 
Edm d . Mountfort 

. Jn. Stanbridge 
Alexand r . Baker 
James Robbinson 
Christoph r . Holland 
Ingeman Halgeson 
Alexand r . Simpson 
Benj". Negus jun r . 
W m . Blackwell 
Joshua Cobham 
Andrew Augur 
Ebenez r . Peirce 
Lophelin Glowee 



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CITY DOCUMENT Xo. 100. 



Henry Batholmew 
Geo : Tompson 
Jn. Walker 
Tho : Platts 
Joseph Tapping 
Digory Sergeant 
Tho : Cheever 
James Butler 
Jn. Hayward 
Benj". Bale 
Geo : Ellistone 
Jn. Tuckerman S r 
Tho: Bolton 
Tho : Gross 
Rich". Knight 
Tho : Hunt 
Henry Wright 
W m . Dawes 
Isaac Gross 
Jn. Glover 
Sam : Plumer 
Edw : Gold 
Ralph Tuffe 
Joshua Nash 
Andrew Neale 
Tho: Chard 
Joseph Browning 
W m . Bartholmew 
Tim . Pratt jun r . 
Phillip Mullen 
Rich 4 . Doling 
James Hawkins 
Nich : Cole 
W m . Smith 
Hemy Denning 



Roger Judd 
Ri : Gi*oss 
Jn. Bullard 
Nich". Crarey 
Ri: Pugsley 
Regnal Odal 
Jn. Kneeland 
Moses Cobham 
Ri : Henchman 
Tho : Peck Sen r 
W m . Hore 
W m . Wilcot 
Edw*. Belcher 
Jn. Bradish 
Jn. Jinnings 
Sam : Minot 
Ri : Bray 
James Maxwell 
W. Phelps 
Benj n . Smith 
Henry Ellice 
Nic : Treeby 
W m . Kent ' 
Peter Brackett 
Tho : Eliott 
Tho: Wright 
Peter Widger 
Sam : Stocker 
Ri : Coy 
Roger Burgis 
Experience Willy's 
Nich . White 
W m . Lamb 
Jn. Lux 
Francis East 



Jn : Mulberry 
Tho : Forbush 
Edw d . Drinker 
Jn. Belcher 
Sam r Bozworth 
Joseph Swett 
Phillip Squire 
Tho: Harris 
Gilbert Evans 
Rob'. Smith 
Jonathan Jackson 
Ebenez r . Inglesby 
Moses Richardson 
Nathan". Henchman 
Jacob Wilkinson 
Jn. Mackemoryn 
Sam : Jackson 
Michal Hollapd 
W m . Hamilton' 
Jn. Richardson 
Sam : Bennet 
Jeremia Mather 
Sampson Dewer 
George Monke 
James Dowell 
Jn. Mai'shall Sen' 
Jeremiah Childe 
Jn. Kurd Seu r 
Tho : Bend 
Tho : Skinner 
Elias Hobart 
m r . Ri : Wharton 
Laurence Willy's 
Geo. Robbinson 



The Names of the male persons in Boston. who tooke the oath of 
Allegiance Administred by the worpp". Simon Bradstreet Esq*. Dep'. 
Gov r . 21 : April 1679 @ . . . . 



Jn. Brandon 
W m . Gilbert 
James Balston ju r . 
Satisfact". Belche r . 
Sam". Sewell 
Zibeon Lytherland 
Joseph Warren 
Isaac Pepper 
John Balston 
Joseph Bridgham 
Henry Lunt 
John Pratt 
Hugh Price 
John Powell 
James Meer's 
Jn. Allen 
James Hill 
W m . Holowell 
Benj". Holowell 
Geo : Gamble 



Simon Rogers 
Sam : Davis J r . 
Tho: Barrat 
Sam : Johnson 
Alexand r . Panton 
Edw : Fairbanke 
W m . Thornton 
Henry Duen 
Bryan Morphey 
Edw : Milton 
Tho : Rumsee 
Solom : Raynsford 
Joseph Haven 
John Ireland 
Sam : Davis 
Will m . Pervvitch 
John Verren 
Henry Stevens 
Henry Rust 
Tho : Kelton 



Sam 11 . Marshall 
Tim . Armitage 
John Baley 
John Marsh 
Gamaliel Rogers 
Benj n . Tainter 
Edw : Paige 
Tho : Steele 
John Bennet 
Moses Paine Sen 1 , 
John Odlin 
Sam : Clarke 
Abel Porter Sen'. 
Peter Wyer 
Robert Davis 
John Waite 
Abra: Bateman 
John Salman 
James Boone 
Tho : Robinson 



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169 



John Ayers 


John Bodman 


Ambrose Hunnew" 


Jn. Morris 


James Addams 


William Tomlin 


Peter King 


Rob'. Lookely 


John Feild 


Sam" Smyth 


Ezekiel Levet 


W m . Viccars 


Ri : Grid ley 


W. Dinsdall 


Geo : Edwards 


Pe : Sergeant 


Eliphalet Blague 


Tho : Edwards 


Dan . Koyce 


Edw : Hounsell 


Robert Moore 


D r . Elisha Cooke 


Andrew Dolberry 


Ant". Hey wood 


m r . Ezekiel Cheever 


John White 


Rob'. Cumbey 


John Man 


Sam : Greenwood 


James Halsey 


Jeremiah Dumer 


Charles Labarus 


Experi : Orris 


Sam". Phillips 


Rich d . Seely 


Tho : Turner 


Sam : Mason 


Ant. Gresion 


Jn. Clap 


Joseph Hurd 


W m . Downe 


James Updicke 


Robert Walker 


Pheasant Eastwick 


W m . Mumford 


Moses Paine jun r . 


Tho : Johnson 


W B . Parr urn 


Charles Perry 


W m . Dempsey 


Cap'. Dan 1 . Henchman 


L'. Hugh Drury 


John Chapman 


Archibal Forrest 


Peter Till 


John Sparrey 


David Falkner 


Deacon Henry Allen 


John Keen Sen r . 


Robert Howard 


James Landon 


Peter Chock 


David Jeffery's 


Earth". Sutton 


Sampson Sheafe 


Jerem : Fitch 


John Peek 


Tho : Buttolph 


James Browne 


Sam : Haugh 


John Sharpe 


John Jones 


Sam : Lewis 


Edw: Lilley 


W m . Penney 


Joseph Gridley 


W m . Cloe 


Edw: Crocker 


Hercules Courser 


Edw : Garner 


Rich d . Parton 


Tho : Smith 


John Wilmot 


Ralph Carter 


Ri : Patteshall 


John Holbrooke 


Joseph Simons 


Jn. Champion 


Jn. Bennet marin r 


David Basset 


Ant". Stodaard jun r . 


Joseph Smith 


Tho : Masser 


Ebenez r . Savage 


Rich*. Harden 


John Horton 


Henry megseng r . s r . 


Tho : Wells 


Jn. Ramsey 


Rich". Buckley 


Joseph Wing 


Jn. Creesy 


W m . White 


John Sevey 


Jn. Butler 


Hump'. Liscombe 


W m . Partman 


Tho : Higgison 


m r . Paul Dudley 


William Phillips 


Sam : Ruggles 


John Casey 


Jo a . Robinson 


Jn. Boden 


(sic) John Tumor 


Edm d . Bea'ch 


Joseph Fisher 


Benj\ Savage 


John Day 


Jn?. Keen jun'. 


W m . Green 


Steven Sergeant 


Rich d . Smith 


Sam". Spead 


Manasah Beck 


John Hopkins 


John Blackston 


John Gill 


John Rolston 


John Rix 


Edw. Thwyng 


Geo : Orris 


W. Batt 


W m . Kilcup 


Jtmas Clarke 


Tho : Rider 


Adam Dunkin 


Tho : Thacher [jun r ] 


W m . Harris 


Edw : Evens 


Cancelled. 


Ant". Checkley 






The names of the male persons, living at 


Muddy River (within the 


Township of Boston) 


who have taken the oath of Allegiance 


Edw d . Devotion 


Peter Aspinwall 


Joshua Gardin'. 


John Devotion 


Sam 1 . Aspinwall 


Caleb Gardin'. 


Rob'. Grandy 


James Pemberton 


Ri : Wool for 


John Parker Sen 1 . 


Joseph Pemberton 


ChrisF. Pigott 


John Parker jun r . 


Michael Raseford 


John Senmson 


John Winchest'. jun r . 


Tho : Gardin r . Sen'. 


John Ackors 


Tho :Woodward Sen'. 


Andrew Gardin'. 


Edw : Chamberlyn 



Thorn : Woodward jun'. Tho : Gardin'. Jun'. Jacob Chamberlyn 



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Dorm-an Moreau 
Isaac Heath jun r . 
Isaac Heath Senior 
Jn. Winchest r . Sen'. 
Ebenez'. Hudson 
Rosamond Drue 
Clement Corbin 
Jabesh Buckmaster 
Jn. Kelton 
Jn. Hubbard 
Edw d .Kubey 
Joshua Kubey 
bam : Clarke 
John Clarke 



George Bersto 
Jn. White Sen'. 
Benj". White 
Jn. White jun . 
Joseph White 
Jn. Clai'ke 
Uriah Clarke 
Tho : Kelton 
Tho : Boyleston 
Matthew Preist. 
Tho : Kelton [sic] 
Tho : Boyleston [sic] 
Henry Sogar 



William Willis 
Sam : Duncam 
Joseph Davis 
Rob'. Harris 
Tim . Harris 
Dan". Harris 
John Harris 
John Griggs 
Edw d . Cooke 
Tho : Stedman 
Jn. Smale 
Jn. Stebbins 
Simon Gates 



The names of those persons in Roxbury 
Allegiance. 



m'. John Eliott 

m'. Benjamin Eliott 

Joseph Lyon 

m'. Tho : Weld Sen'. 

Tho: Weld jun 1 . 

Sam: Weld 

Jn : Weld : 

Edmund Weld 

John Stebbins 

George Write 

m r . In . Boles Sen'. 

Rob*. Hokins 

Rob*. Baker 

Rich d . Chicke 

Benj n . Dence [or Deuce] 

Tim . Steevens 

Benj n . Wilson. 

Jacob Newell Sen'. 

Jacob Newell jun r . 

Joseph Wise 

W m . Wise 

Math. Abdee 

Abiel Lamb 

m'. Rich*. Meede 

Ab' : Newell S r . 

Ab'. Newell J r . 

Joseph Newell 

Joseph Bugbee 

Dan". Weld 

Jn. Goade 

Joshua Seever 

Sam: Williams S r . 

Sam. Williams J'. 

Nath : Mather 

Edw : Rogers 

Joseph Miller 

Rob'. Williams 

Steven Williams 

Giles Payson 

Sam : Payson 

Jn. Hemenway 

Nath : Homes 



Josh : Hemenway 
Jn Holbrooke 
Joseph Gardner 
W m . Parcke 
Dan 11 . Eaton 
Pe : Gardner 
Jn. Gardner 
Tho: CheenyS'. 
Tho : Cheeny J r . 
Jn. Newell 
Nic. Garey 
Philip Torrey 
Jon" : Torrey 
Tobias Davis 
Sam : Davis 
Tho : Swan 
Tho : Baker 
Edw : Payson 
Dan". Levitt 
Sam : Ruggles S r . 
Sam : Ruggles J r . 
Joseph Robinson 
Jn. Peirpoint S'. 
Jn. Peirpont J'. 
Eben. Peirpoint 
Hugh Clarke 
Jn. Graven'. 
Ralph Bradhurst 
Rob'. Peirpoint 
John Ruggles [sc] 
Jn Ruggles S'. 
Jn. Ruggles J'. 
Jn. Griggs 
Ab : Parker 
Ben : Seaben 
Joseph Griggs 
Griffin Craft 
Caleb Seaver 
Jn. Mayo S r . 
Jn. Mayo J'. 
Sam : Dunkine 
Dan 11 . Marshcroft 



who tooke the oath of 

Jn. Davis Smith 
Jn. Crafts 
Shuball Seaver 
Rob'. Seaver 
W m . Garey 
Sam : Garey 
Phillip Searle 
Jn. Searle 
Phillip Searle J'. 
Js a : Newell S r . 
Js* : Newell J'. 
Jon". Winchest'. 
Jon*. Peake 
John Watson 
Nic. Coke 
Jn\ Baker 
W rm . Lyon 
Jn. Lyon 
Jn. Scott 
Jn. Whitney 
Jon a . Casey 
Jn. Bugbey 
James Frizel S'. 
James Frizel J r . 
Jn. Frizel 
Benj". Childs 
Edw : Morris J r . 
Is*. Morris 
Sam: Lyon 
Tho: Lyon 
Jn. Holdridge 
James Draper S'. 
James Droper J r . 
John Draper 
Nath : Johnson 
Jn. Davis 
Edw : Sawell [st'c] 
And : Wodkins 
Dav d . Richards 
Joseph Davis 
Tho : Morry 
Sam : Gore 



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Sam: Mayes 


Hen : Bowen S r . 


Ben : Gamblin 


Tho : Bishop 


Hen : Bowen J r . 


Roger Addams 


Jabesh Totman 


Ben : Toker 


Dan". Brewer 


Tho : Bacon 


Jn. Holmes 


Nic. Williams 


Josia* Holland \_*sic] 


Pe : Kelley 


Is*. Curtis 


Nath : Brewer 


W n . Hoykings S r . 


James Levit 


Nath : Garey 


Ab r . How S r . 


Dan". Ains worth 


W m . Briggs 


Ab r . How J r . 


Rob*. Pepper 


W m . Davis 


Is*. How 


Is*: Pepper 


Jn. Weld S r . 


Joseph Peake 


Jn. Lescey 


Rich". Webe 


m r . Jn. Gore 


Josh : Woods 


Jn. Mayes 






The Names of such 


persons in Dorchester 


who tooke the oath of 


Allegiance. 






m r . Josiah Flint 


Rich d . Leeds 


James Minott 


Elder James Humph- 


Rich". Baker 


Henry Thomas 


ry's 


James Baker 


Peter Roberts 


L'. Jn. Capen 


Sam : Triscott 


John Pike 


Preserved Capen 


Sam : Wales 


Joseph Birch 


Jn. Soper 


John Mason 


Enoch Wiswall 


Jn. Weekes 


Nich . Laurence S r . 


James Minott 


Jn. Gipson 


Nich. Laurence J r . 


Francis Ball 


Tho : Leichfeild 


John Wales 


Nathan Bradley 


Joshua Henshau*[*sc] 


Jacob Hewens S r . 


Tho : Evens 


James Barber 


Jacob Hewens J r . 


Bryant Tucker 


Matthias Evens 


Edm d . Browne 


Nathan 11 . Osborn 


Obadia Hawes 


Tho : Andi-ews 


Tho : Toleman S r . 


Obadia Swift 


John Blackman 


Tho : Tilestone S r . 


Tho : Plum 


Jon*: Blackman 


Tho : Trott S r . 


Gamal : Bemen S r . 


Tho : Bird 


Sam : Robinson 


Gamal : Bemen J r . 


Jn. Bird 


John Pearson 


Noah Bemen 


James Bird 


Roger Willy's 


William Sumner 


Sam : Smith 


John Minott Sen'. 


Roger Sumner 


Jn. Browne 


Sam : Trott 


Nathan". Clap 


Anth. Hancock 


Sam. Hill 


Hopestill Humphrey 


Sam: Clap 


Ebenez'. Hill 


Isaac Humphrey 


James Blake S r . 


Dan". Ellen 


John Beman [*sic] 


James Blake J r . 


Walter Everenden 


John Hoppin 


John Blake 


Tho : Rawlins 


Tho : Hoppin 


Nehem : Clap 


Ezra Clap 


Jn. Bolton 


Nich . Clap 


John Garnsey 


Sam : Nap 


Hopestill Clap 


Edw : Wiat 


Joseph Blackman 


Desire Clap 


Nathan" Wiat. 


Comfort Foster 


James Foster 


John Plumb 


Standfast Foster 


Phillip Tromodeda 


Sam: Plumb 


W m . Turner 


John Withington 


Sam : Rigbey 


W, Pond 


Joseph Weekes 


W m Davenport 


Joseph Hoppin 


Elisha Foster 


Dan u . Preston S'. 


W m . Cheeny 


Thomas Modsley 


Dan". Preston S r . 


W m . Triscott 


Tim". Mather 


John Breck 


Peter Talbut 


^Consid'. Atherton 


John Smith 


Amiell Weekes S'. 


'Watching Atherton 


Phillip Evens 


Amiell Weekes J r . 


Rich d . Mather 


James Mott 


Nicli . Boulton 


Joseph Mather 


Joshua George 


Ebenez'. Williams 


Isaac Jones 


Sam : Hix 


Henry Gearnsey 


Ebenez r . Jones 


John Pel ton S'. 


John Baker 


Jn. Triscott 


David Jones 


Walter Heaven 


Sam : Rice 


Jonath: Jones 



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Ensigne Hall 
Ri. Hall 
JonV Hall 
Tho : Davenport 
Cha : Davenport 
Sam : Jones 
W m . Riall 
Tho: Pearse 
John Pope 
Sam : Capen 
Bernard Capen 
Rich". Evens 
Rich d . Withington 
Rob 4 . Searle 
Edw : Pason 
Ephraim Pason 
Sam : Pason 
Rob'. Stan ton 
Jo" : Stan ton 
Tho: Stanton 
Hen : Merrifeild 
Benj" : Merrifeild 
Sam : Sumner 
Matthew Huske 



Joseph Scelton 
James Atherton 
Benj r . Leads 
Israel Howe 
Isaac Howe 
Joseph Curtis 
John Spur 
Robert Spur S r . 
Robert Spur J r . 
Tho : Toleman J r 
Tho : Trott J r . 
Isaac Riall 
Jon". Davenport 
Sam : Paul 
Tristrum Boreman 
Tim . Tilestone 
Tim . Foster 
Dan". Elder 
onisepherus Tileston 
Nath 11 . Glover 
Ralph Houton 
John Houton 
Joseph Houton 
Robert Smith 



John Lewis 
Sam : Topliffe 
Peter lyon 
Elhanan Lyon 
Clement JMaxfeild 
Sam : Maxf eild 
Roger Billing S r . 
Ebenez r . Billing 
Roger Billing J r . 
Henry White 
Henry Lead better 
James Robinson 
Ebenez'. Withington 
W m . Chaplin 
Rob'. Stiles 
James White 
Tho : Grant 
Increase Sumner 
Tho: Pope 
Tho : Stevens 
Sam. Sumner J r . 
John Pope J r . 
Rich". But 



The Names of such persons in Milton who tooke the oath of Allegiance. 



m r . Sam : Man 
Edw 4 : Blake S T . 
Tim". Wales 
Nath*. "Wales 
Geo : Lion S r . 
Geo : Lion J r . 
Ebenez'. Clap 
James Tucker 
W m . Blake S r . 
W m . Blake J r . 
Nath. Blake 
Edw 4 . Blake J r . 
Geo : Sumner 
Rob' : Tucker 
Eph m . Tucker 
Man assah Tucker 
Henry Glover 
John Dicke 
Rich d . Dicke 
Simon Peeke 
Sam : Badcock 
Rob'. Badcock 
Jon*. Badcock 
Ebenez'. Badcock 
Teage Corahore 
John Fennoo 
Sam : Pitcher 



Joseph Tucker 
Humphry Tefeny 
Jno : Jurden 
Ebenez r . Wadsworth 
Eph m : NeAvton 
Tho : Horton 
Martin Memory 
Jn. Keny 
John Willistone 
Ri: Salisbury 
Stev : Langley 
Tho : Vose 
Ebenez'. Leland 
m r . Tho : Mighell 
Henry Crane S r . 
Benj". Crane 
Steven Crane 
John Crane 
Henry Crane J r . 
Sam : Gulliver 
Lancelot Pearse 
Anth". Gulliver 
Jon a : Gulliver 
Tho : Holman 
Tho : Williams 
Peter White 



Robert Brane 
Tho : Stipings 
W m : Dennison 
Return Badcock 
Benj". Badcock 
Enoch Badcock 
John Owen 
John Groset 
John Kinsley 
David Ernes 
Anth : Newton 
John Daniel 
Tho : Swift Sen'. 
Tho : Swift Jun r . 
John Pitcher 
Nath". Pitcher 
James Atherton 
Joshua Atherton 
W m . Bimelbe 
John Redman 
Rob*. Vose 
Edw d . Vose 
Daniel Mory 
Dan". Henshaw 
t Walter Morey 
' Joseph Weld 



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The Names of such persons in Brantery who have taken the oath 
of Allegiance. 



m r . Fiske 
Cap'". Bracket 
Ensigne Twelves 
W m . Feild 
Moses Paine 
Edm d . Sheffeild 
Sam : Sheffeild 
Joseph Addams S r . 
Joseph Addams J r . 
Jn. Addams 
Jn. Ruggles 
Rob'. Parmiter 
Joseph Parmiter 
Tho: White 
Fran : Nash 
Jn. Hardman 
Amos Sheffeild 
Joseph Aldridge 
Joseph Clarke 
W m . Veazey 
Jn. Penniman 
Dan u Levingstone 
Ephraim Pray 
Tho : Thayer Sen r . 
Tho : Thayer Jun r . 
Jn. Thayer 
Jn". Aldrige 
Increase Nile 
Caleb Hubbard 
Joshua Hubbard 
Dennis Darby 
Tho : Faxon 
Jn: Harbour 
Matthias Puffer 
Josia Chapin 
Sam : Chapin 
Tho : Holbrook S r . 
Jn. Bateman 
Submit Plumley 
Joseph Plumley 
Joseph Arnall 
Sam : Arnall 
Soloni". Curtis 
W m . Call and 
Edw : Linsford 
Edw : Tompson 
Sam : Penniman 
Sam : Bass 



Geo : Speere 
Ebenez r . Speere 
Sam : Speere 
Sam : Savill 
Ebenez r . Haiden 
Stev n . Paine S r . 
Stev". Paine J r . 
Neh : Haidon 
Jn. Newcomb S r . 
Jn. Newcomb J r . 
Sam: Newcomb 
Tho : Scilley 
Edw : Scilley 
Jn. French S r . 
Jn. French J*. 
Dependance French 
W m : French 
Tho : French 
Sam. French 
Jn. Mott 
Sam. Nile 
Sam. Bass J r . 
Ri : Thayer Sen 1 . 
Joseph Bromen 
Ri : Thayer Jun r . 
Nath : Thayer 
Isaac Thayer 
Ferdinando Thay'r 
Jon": Thayer 
Josia Faxon 
Rob'. Taft 
Sam : Neale 
Christoph'. Dyer 
Martin Sanders 
Sam : Paine 
Jn. Copland 
Sam. Curtis 
Theoph : Curtis 
Jon": Padleford 
Nath: Wales 
Joseph Allin 
Jon" : Howard 
Edna*. Ring 
Laurence Copeland 
Tho: Copelaiid 
Isaac Griffin 
Eliaz'. Ezyat 
Sam : Howard 



Sam : Bass S r . 
Edm d . Quinsey 
Hen : Neale S r . 
Hen : Neale J r . 
Joseph Neale 
Jonath : Haiden 
Joseph Crosbey 
Christoph'. Webb 
John Webb 
Sam: Webb 
W m . Owen 
Ebenez r . Owen 
Nath : Owen 
Alexand r . Marsh 
Robert Love 
Nath. Aterey 
Moses Belcher 
Peter Webb 
Sam : Fish r . S r . 
Sam : Fisher J r . 
Robert Feild 
Benj". Scott 
John Hore 
John Man 
John Heferd 
John Lamb 
John Haiden S r . 
W m : Veazey S*. 
Solomon Veazey 
Peter Scott 
W m . Nitingale 
David Walsbee 
Barnaby Derifeild 
S^m : Spencer 
Sam : Irons 
Tho : Bass 
Jn : Savell 
W m : Savell 
Benj". Savell 
Benj". Tompson 
Joseph Bass 
Jn. Bass Sen'. 
Jn. Bass J*. 
Jn. Woodland 
Tho : Holbrooke 
John Baxter 
James Bracket 



The names of such persons in Waymouth who have taken the oath of 
Allegiance. 



M r . Sam : Torrey L'. Jn. Holbrooke 

Elder Edw: Bate Serj'. Jn. Whitmarsh 

Deacon John Whitman Serj'. Sam". White 
Deacon Jonas Hum- Serj'. John Baily 

phry Serj'. John Vining 

Cap'. W m . Torrey James Luddon Sen*. 



Steven French Sen*. 
Jn : Staple Sen*. 
Tho : Dun 
Rich*. Bolter 
Jn. Shaw Sen*. 
W m . Torrey jun*. 



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Jn. Luddon 


Joshua Phillip's j'. 


Tho : King 


Joseph Pitty 


Remember Briggs 


Sam". King 


Sam". Pitty 


Abiah White 


Hezekia King 


W m . Pitty jun r . 


Joseph Green S r . 


John King jun'. 


Steven French J'. 


Joseph Green J'. 


Rich d . Phillips 


Tho : White 


John Green 


Joshua Phillips Sen. 


Eph T . Hunt Senio r . 


Joseph Dyar 


John Bicknel 


Tho : Baily Senio*. 


John Blanchard 


Henry Cole 


John Harding 


Saunders 


Jn. Whitman 


Rich d . Porter 


Nic. Whitmarsh 


Eph'. Hunt jun'. 


John King Sen'. 


Simon Whitmarsh 


John Hunt 


VV m . Richards Sen'. 


John Whitmarsh ju r . 


W m . Hunt 


Andrew Ford Sen r . 


Ebenez'. Whitmarsh 


Enoch Hunt 


W m . Pitty Sen'. 


Tho : Baily jun'. 


Matthew Pratt 


Edw : Sale 


W m . Holbrook jun'. 


John Pratt 


W m : Holbrooke Sen'. 


Tho : Bailey jun'. 


Sam". Pratt 


Rob'. Randoll 


Sam : Holbrooke 


W m . Pratt 


Jo n . Burrell Sen'. 


Peter Holbrooke 


Joseph Pratt 


Andrew Foord jun'. 


Ichabod Holbrooke 


Increase Bate 


James Foord 


James Nash 


Edw : Bate 


Nathan". Foord 


Jacob Nash 


John Vinson 


Sam". Foord 


Jn. Staple jun'. 


John Porter 


Ebenez'. Foord 
Sam". Humphry 


Sam : Bagley 
John Hoflis 


Nathan". Sale 
Jn. Rogers 


Nathan" : Humphry 


Isaac Pool 


Ebenez'. White 


Jonas Humphry J'. 


Joseph Pool 


Edw : Kingman 


John Humphry 


John Pool 


Tho : Kingman 


James Smith 


W m . Turrel 


Jn. Kingman 


Nathan". Smith 


Rich*. Barnard 


John Leonard 


Jon". Torrey 


Jn. Gregory 


Isaac Leonard 


Cornel'. Fisher Sen'. 


Robert Corbet 


Jacob Leonard 


Cornel*. Fisher J'. 


W m . Reed 


Rich d . Rust 


John Richards 


Tho : Reed 


John Tayler 


Joseph Richards 


John Reed 


W m . Manley 


William Richards 


Philip Reed 


James Lovel 


James Richards 


James Reed 


Jn. Vining jun'. 


Benj a . Richards 


Phillip King 


James Levmstone 


The Names of the 


Male persons in Hingham who tooke the oath of 


Allegiance. 






Cap ta : Hobart 


Sam : Lincoln s 


Benj". Jones 


Enoch Hobart 


Edm d . Pitts 


John Lazell 


W m : Gustin 


Josia Loring 


Abra. Ripley 


Anth : Berry 


Matthew Wnitton 


Enoch Whitton 


Tho : Gill ' 


Sam". Thaxter 


Stev". Gai'dner 


Tho : Gill jun'. 


Andrew Lane 


Peter Bacon 


Sam". Gill 


Matthias Briggs 


John Jacob 


Peter Lane 


Jer: Cushen 


Eph'. Wilder 


Tho : Hobart 


L'. John Smith 


David Stowell 


Moses Hobart 


Francis James 


Jn. Chubbuck 


Ephr. Nicolls 


Jn. Mansfeild 


Francis Gardner 


Tho : Lincoln 


Nathan Pharo 


Jo". Tucker 


Joshua Beale 


Jeremiah Beale 


Nicholas Bond 


Caleb Beale 


Jn. Chamberly'n 


m'. John Norton 


Jn. Langlee 


Josia Levit 


David Hobart 


Arthur Caman 


John Ashdon 


Josia Lane 


Jn. Beale S'. 


James Ray 


Moses Collier 


Jn. Beale J r . 


Jn. Bun- 


Joshua Lincoln 


Stephen Lincoln 


Sam : Nickolson 


Tho : Lincoln 



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Henry Ward 

Sam: Stowell 

Sam: Stowell jun r . 
. $ John Stowell 
c \ John Stowell 

Tho : Jewell 

Simon Gross 

Rich*. Woode 

Dan". Lincoln 

Sam : Lincoln jun r . 

Isaac Pitts 

John Cutler 

Nath". Beale J r . 

Joseph Joy 

John Prince 

Jn. Record 

Dan a . Cushen J'. 

John Smith 

Phillip James 

John Manst'eild J r . 

James Bate 

John Beale 

Purde Magvarloe 

Joshua Ripley 

Tim . Huitt 

William King 

Cornel'. Cantlebury 

Ant". Sprague 

John Sprague 

Joshua Lazell 

Abra". Ripley J r . 

Tho : Whitton 

Hump r . Johnson 

Sam : Bacon 

W m . Fisher 

John Wilder 

Jn. Tower 

Benj". Lincoln 

James Gardner 

Israel Fering 

John Fering 

Tho : Marsh 

Ephraira Marsh 

John Lane 

Ephr". Lane 

Caleb Lincoln 



Tho : Lincoln jun'. 
Robert Waterman 
Tho : Nicolls 
Nathan". Nicolls 
James Hersee * 
W m . Hersee 
W m . Hersee jun'. 
Sam : Bate 
Joseph Bate 
Joseph Bate J r . 
Mordecai Lincoln 
John Thaxter 
W m . Woodcock 
Dan u . Stoddard 
Josiah Hilman 
Pe : Barnes 
Dan : Cushen 
Theoph : Cushen 
'Grego'. Driver 
John Ripley 
Nath n . Baker 
Joseph Bate 
Lazarus Beale 
James Bable 
Israel Levit 
Tho : Sayer 
Simon : Burr 
Matthew Gushing 
Joseph Jones 
W m . Sprague 
Steven Lazell 
James Whitton 
Nath u . Chubbuck 
Benj". Johnson 
Tho : Coome 
John Luis 
Isaac Wilder 
John Tower jun*. 
Joshua Hobart mar r 
Christoph'. Cooke 
Edmund Hobart 
Daniel Hobart 
Sam". Hobart 
Tho : Lincoln 
Joseph Lincoln 
Geo : Lane 



P^benez'. Lane 
Daniel Lincoln S r . 
Daniel Lincoln J r . 
James Hersee jun'. 
Jn. Hersee Sen'. 
Jn. Hersee jun'. 
Joshua Lane 
John Lane 
Jacob Beale 
Sam". Bagle 
Nath". Beale 
Silvan us White 
Joseph Andrews 
Paul Gilford 
Sam". Stoddard 
Je r . Beale 
Benj". Whipple 
Peter Cushen 
Matthew Cushen 
James Hawke 
John Ripley J'. 
Joseph Loring 
Benj". Bate 
John Low 
John Pharo 
John Levit 
Joseph Ford 
Simon Burr jun'. 
Cornel*. Cantlebury J*. 
Joseph Jones jun'. 
Benj". Jones S'. 
Isaac Lazell 
James Whitton J r . 
Jn. Gardner 
Rob'. Dunbar 
Joseph Jacob 
Edw : Wilder 
Jabez : Wilder , 
Benj n . Tower 
Sam u . Tower 
Ibrooke Tower 
John Angel 
W m . Billiard 
John Stodder 
John Bull 
Gilbert Foresight 



The Names of the 
Allegiance. 

m r . Whitman 
Isaac Cole 
Isaac Lobdell 
Tho : Jones 
Luke Squire 
Nath* Bozworth J'. 
Benj". Chamberlyn 
Tho : Jones jun r . 
Joseph Bosworth 
Robert Coomes 



Male Persons in Hull, who tooke the oath of 



Geo : Vickery Sen'. 
Tho : Prince 
Hen : Chamberly'n 
Sam: Baker 
James Cheevers 
Israel Vickery 
Jo". Chamberlyn 
John Simons 
Robert Milton 
Nathanu. Chamberlyn 



Joseph Benson 
Robert Gold 
Serg'. Benj". Bosworth 
Benj n . Bosworth 
Charles Keniball 
Abraham Jones 
Benj". Lovrell 
Beliima Bozworth 
AbrS. Jones J'. 
Jeremia Bosworth 



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John Benne 
Isaac Prince 
Isaac Lobdell J' 
Rich*. Stubbs 
John Benson J r . 



Tho : Collier J r . 
Christoph'. Wheeton 
Geo : Phippeny 
Edw : Bosworth 



Deac". Nath. Bosworth 
W m .' Chamberly'n 
Jn. Benson Sen r . 
John Collies 



The Names of the male Persons in Dedham, who have taken the oath 
of Allegiance. 



m r . W m . Addams 
Andrew Dewing 
Benj". Mills 
John Fuller 
John Rice Jun'. 
Peter Negro 
Elder Jo 1 . Hunting 
Sam : Mills 
Sam : Barbur 
John Rice Sen'. 
Tho : Alderidge 
Sam : Aldridge 
Eleaz'. Kings bury 
Michael Metcalfe 
Robert Ware Jun'. 
Ephraim Ware 
John Paine 
Ensigne Tho : Fuller 
Benj". Fuller 
John Eaton 
Joseph Kingsberry 
Edw d . Richards 
James Fuller 
Ephraim Wilson 
John Gay Sen'. 
Jonath". Gay 
John Pond 
Amos Fisher 
John Fisher 
Tho: Battellee 
John Battelle 
Jonath". Battelle 
John Homes 
Nathan". Chickering 
Daniel Hawse 
John Haw's 
John Hunting 
Sam". Sheer's Sen'. 
Sam". Sheer's Jun'. 
Sam". Gay 
Rob'. Avery 
John Day 
Ralph. Day 
John Bacon Sen'. 
John Bacon J r . 
Daniel Bakon 
John Baker 
Vigilance Fisher 
Nathan". Coleburn S'. 
Nathan*. Coleburn J r 
John Coleburn 



Sam*. Coleburn 
Benj n . Coleburn 
Joseph Coleburn 
Jedidia Everett 
Deacon Jn. Aldis 
John Aldis Jun r . 
Daniel Aldis 
Nathan". Ware 
Ralph Freeman J'. 
Nath". Whiting 
Tim : Whiting 
Eliezar Metcalfe 
Robert Ware Sen*. 
Sam : Ware 
Tho : Paine Sen'. 
Tho : Hackinton 
Sam : Fuller 
Tho: Fuller 
John Smith 
Nathan 11 . Eaton 
Nathan- 1 . Richards 
Henry Wilson 
Nathan-. Bullard 
John Gay Jun'. 
Serj'. Daniel Pond 
Ephraim Pond 
Serj'. Henry Wight 
Joseph Wight 
Daniel Wight 
Benj". Wight 
Jonathan Wight 
Daniel Fisher 
Edward Haw's 
Tho: Fisher 
Robert Allin 
Tho : Jordan 
Tho: Hall 
William Deane 
Jn. Thurston 
Henry Lane 
Nathan". Gay 
Eliazar Gay 
James Parker 
John Mason 
Nathan". Kingston 
John Deane 
Asahel Smith 
Joshua Fisher 
John Richards 
Elice Wood 
Joseph Newberry 



Sam n . Whiting 
Geo : Bearsto 
Tho : Paine J'. 
John Ware 
Hezekiah Peck 
Ezra Morse 
Tho : Herring 
James Herring 
John Herring 
Corn'. Tim . Dwight 
John Dwight 
Dr. W m . Aveiy 
Jonath". Avery 
Sam". Parker 
Joseph Fairbank 
Benj n . Fairbank 
James Mackanah 
Nile Mackiah 
Josia Fisher 
Jon". Freeman 
Jn. Farrington 
Nath a . Farrington 
Abra. Wheeler 
Rob'. Fuller 
Serj'. Tho : Metcalfe 
Rich". Puffer 
John Guile Sen'. 
Sam". Guile 
Benj". Onion 
L'. Nath". Sternes 
John Everitt 
Sam 1 . Everitt 
Tho : Clap 
James Vales Jun'. 
John Vales 
Isaac Chinery 
Amos Blake 
Serj'. Ri : Ellice 
John Ellice 
W m . Avery Jun'. 
John Fairbank S'. 
John Fairbank J'. 
Sam : Bullard 
Jon*. Metcalfe 
Jon*. Fairebanke 
Jo n . Guile Jun'. 
James Grant 
Jon*. Fuller 
Eliezar Farrington 
Peter Woodward S'. 
Peter Woodward J'. 



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Ri : Everitt 
James Thorpe Sen'. 
James Thorpe Jun'. 
Jo". Mackintosh 



James Mackerwither 
Ralph Freeman S r . 
David Freeman 
John Pido^e 



James Vales Sen 7 
Nath u . Haw's 
W m . Mackeny S r . 
W m . Mackenv J'. 



Medfeild Males who have taken the oath of Allegiance. 



m r . Jn. Wilson S'. 
m p . Ralph Wheelock 
Cap'. Barbur 
Serj'. T : Thurston 
Joseph Clarke S r . 
Jn. Turner S r . 
Francis Hamond 
Nic : Rocket 
Alexand r . Lovet 
W m . Partridge 
Jn. Partridge S r . 
Jon a . Adams S r . 
Sam : Morse 
Dan u . Thurston 
Jon 1 . Boyden 
Benj". Clarke 
Seth Smith 
Serj'. Jn. Harding 
Jn. Ellice Sen'. 
Jn. Medcalfe Sen r . 
Henry Smith 
Tho : Boyden 
Peter Addams S r . 
Edw d . Addams 
Jn. Thurston J p . 
Tho : Ellis 
John Pratt 
Joseph Cheeny 
Martin Phillips 
Sam". Smith 
Jeremiah Morss 
Nathan 11 . Allin 
John Allin 
John Clarke 
Nathan". Clarke 
James Allin 
Joseph Clarke J r . 



Jn. HamSnd 
Eph m . Clarke 
Sam : Bullin, J'. 
Joseph Bullin. 
Tho : Thurston J'. 
Sam : Barbar 
John Wilson J r . 
Sam : Wheelock 
Eliaz r . Wheelock 
Sam". Ellice 
Joseph Ellice 
John Adams J r . 
Elisha Adam's 
Sam: Sheppard 
John Cooke 
Sam: Cooke 
Abra . Harding 
Jn. Ellice J'. 
Joseph Daniel 
Josia Rocket 
Joseph Morss S r . 
Jn. Warfeild S r . 
Jn. Warfeild J'. 
Sam : Rockett 
Benj". Rockett 
Sam : Wight 
Gershom Wheelocke 
John Fisher 
Robert Mason 
John Rocket 
Joseph Allin 
James Vale Sen'. 
W. Mackeny S r . 
Isaac Cheenery S r . 
Isaac Cheenery J'. 
John Turner jun'. 
Isaac Turner 



Sam". Turner 
Eliezur Adams 
John Adams 
Jasper Adams 
Henry Adams 
Zechariah Barbar 
John Gipson 
Peter Adams J r . 
Jon*. Adams J'. 
Joseph Bullard S'. 
John Plimpton 
Joseph Plimpton 
Joseph Rocket 
Joseph Medcalfe 
Benj". Wheelock 
Walter Cooke 
Geo : Fairbanks jun r . 
John Richardson 
W m . Allin 

Vincent Shuttleworth 
Jo". Medcalfe Jun'. 
Michael Medcalfe 
Benj". Fiske 
John Bullin 
John Barbar 
NathV Partridge 
Jn. Partridge J 1 . 
Tho: Wight 
Ephraim Wight 
Joseph Warren 
Gamaliel Hinsdell 
Martin Jowles 
John Smith 
Jn. Vale 
W m . Mackeny J'. 
Nath u . Haw's 



Sherborn males who have taken taken the oath, of Allowance. 



Dan" : Morse S'. 
Dan". Morse J'. 
obadia Morse 
Jonath". Morse 
Tho : Eames 
John Perry 
Nathan". Morse 
Sam : Fisher 
John Eames 
John Death 
Sam: Bullin 
Ephr m . Bullin 
Eleaz'. Wood 
Hen : Lealand 



Hopestill Lealand 
Ebenez'. Lealand 
Tho : Starbucke 
John Hill Sen'. 
Sam. Hill 
Benj". Bullard 
Geo : Fairbanke 
Eliazar Fairbanke 
Joseph Twitchell 
Benj". Twitchell J r . 
Tho : Gleasen 
Zach : Paddleford 
Elisha Bullin 



Michael Wilson 
Tho : Holbrook S r . 
Tho : Holbrook J'. 
Eliez'. Holbrooke 
Tho : Bricke 
Ebenez'. Hill 
John Hill jun'. 
John Bricke 
Moses Adam's 
Jonath n . Fairbanke 
Benj". Twitchell S'. 
W-.' Sheffeild 
Zachary Buckminst' 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



The foregoing Lists of the severall Towns within the County of Suf- 
folk (all excepting Boston.) were Returned unto me by the worpp". 
Joseph Dudley Esq r . Assist;, who informed that the persons therein, 
named, had taken the oath of Allegiance to his Majesty : being Adrnin- 
istred unto them by himselfe. 

attests. J.s" : Addington Cler.^/ 

County Court Records, pp. 540-53 [at Boston Athenaeum]. 

NAMES OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF FIDELITY IN THE 
YEAR 1652. 

[Copied from the Middlesex County Court Records, and communicated 
by Capt. Bickford Pulsifer.] 



Ralph Houghton 
John Prescott 
John Shaw 
Sam". Rainer 
Jonathan Danforth 
Zackery Wickes 
John Hall 

Watertown 
Sam". Stratton Sen : 
Sam 11 . Stratton Junior 
John Stratton 
John Knapp 
W m . Perse 
Joseph Child 
John Bourden 
Stephen Paine 
Joseph Cloise 



Sam 11 . Ward 
Mathew Smith 
Daniell Warren 
John Page 
Sam 11 . Daniel. 
Richard Child 
W". Sanderson 
Jonathan Whitney 
Jn Perse 
Richard Smith 
John Cooledge 
Henry Spring' 
Richard Bloice 
John Coller 
Anthony Bevrs 
Francis Bowman 



Sam". Benjamin 
Abra. Williams 
Isacke Mixsure 
Sam 11 . Barnard 
John Spring. 
James Knap 
Richa : Cady 
Jn. Barnard 
Thomas Pratt 
Robert Harington 
Tho. Leson 
Jn. Traine 
Tho. Straite 
Jn. Bush 
John ffiske 
John Bigolouh 



10 of february 1664. Ri : Ward of Marlboroy took ye oath of ffldelity. 

Before Tho : Danforth. 
Vol. III. New Eng. Gen. and Antiq. Reg., p. 401. 



The Oath of Alleagence which By Order from our Honored Gen' " Cort 
was to be taken by all Persons from 16 years old and upward within 
this Countie, and accordinglie was administered febr. 8th. 78. By ye 
Worshipfull Major Pynchon and by them was taken viz by the Inhabi- 
tants & others as aforesay'd in Hadley whose names are hereafter written 



Mr Jno. Russell Sen. 
Mr Jno Russell Jnr. 
Mr Jon t h Russell 
Capt Aaron Cooke 
Ens Jos. Kellogg 
Sarg' Boltwood 
Sargt Timo. Nash 
Sarg' Jno Hubbirt 
Samuel Smith Sen* 
Samuel Smith Jn r 
Nehe Dickinson 
Jno. Roberts 
Tho. Dickinson 
Tho. lovey 
Andrew Levens. 
Jon* ffranklin 
Jn Goodman 
Rich d Goodman 



Marke Werner 
Timo Wales 
Sam" Lane 
Tho North 
W m Rooker 
Tho. Selding 
Jos. Selding 
Jno. Marsh Sen r 
Tho. Aaciye 
Edw Scott 
Sam 11 Moody 
Tho Haale 
Martin Kellogg 
Deacon Tilton 
Peter Tilton Jn r 
Nath 11 White 
David Hoite 
Jos Hovey 



Jno. Werner 
Nath 11 Werner 
Dan 11 Werner 
Jos Goade 
Sam u Barnard 
Sam" Russell 
Tho. Wells 
Sam u Porter Sen 
Sam" Porter Jn r 
Tho. Hurst. 
Sam" Northam 
Jn Dickinson 
Jos Barnard 
Rich Mountague 
Fetter Mountague 
Sam" Smith 
W m Webster 
Jn Prestone 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 



179 



Andrew Werner Sen 
Tho. Nash 
Dan u Marsh 
Jno Moody 
Mr Jno Younglove 
Joseph Kellogg Jr 
Edw. Kellogg 
Samuel Smith Sen r 
Tho. Elgarr 
Hen' White 
Samuel Partrigg 
Jno. Hossenton 
Jos Warriner 



Jno Smith 
Sam" Gardner Sen' 
Jno Gardner 
Jno Ingram 
Chileab Smith 
Jos Baldwin Sen' 
Jos Baldwin Jn r 
Isaak Boltwood 
Jno Weathers 
Nath" Smith 
Tho. Webster 
ffrancis Barnard 



" Here followeth likewise the names of the 
of Alleagence as abovesaid in Hatfield feb 8 th 



Mr Jno Wise 
Nath" Dickinson 
Jno. Coleman 
Philip Russell 
Jno ffield 

Obadiah Dickinson 
Nich Worthington 
Moses Crofft. 
Sam u Marsh 
Sam" Kellogg 
Benj Waite 
James Brown 
Sam" Graves Sen' 
Dan" Belding 
Peter Plimpton 
Benj. Barrett 
Jno. Evans 
Stephen Belding 
Simon Williams 
W m Kinge 
Tho. Meakins Sen' 



Samuel Belding Sen' 
Dan" White 
Elez. ffrary t 
Jno Lomas 
Jno Cowls 
Tho. Hastings 
W m Bartholomew 
Sam' Belding Jnr 
Jno Clai-y 
Jos Thomas 
Sam" ffield 
W m Scott 
Rob' Bardall 
Sam" ffoote 
Ephraiui Hinsdall 
W m Armes 
Sam" Graves Jn r 
Jno Wells Jnr 
Jos ffeild 
W- Gull 



Tho. Hancock 
Elez' Hawks 
Sam 11 Church 
Jacob Werner 
Jno. Taylor 
Jno Steorbridge 
Jon* Marsh 
Tho Crofft 
James Barloe 
W m Markham 
Jno Kellogg. 

Total 92 



Persons that took the Oath 

, 78. 

Edw Church 
Dan" Werner 
Jno Wells 
Jno. Allice 
Quintan Stockwell 
Walter Hickson 
Jno Downing 
Stephen Gennings 
Jacob Gardner 
Jno Graves 
Tho. Brarye 
Samson ffrary 
Sam 11 Harrington 
Isaac Graves 
Benj Downinge 
Benj Hastings 
Robert Poick 
Sam u Dickenson 
Sam n Allice. 

Total 60 



The Oath of Aleageance w* h By order from Our Honored Gen u Corts 
was to be taken Respectively in Each Town of this Countie and was 
administred by y e worshipfull Majo' Pynchon to y severall Inhabitants 
& Persons within ye Townshipp of Northampton being convened 
together on ffeb' 8. 1678. and whose names are as followeth viz 



Mr Solomon Stoddard 
Eld r Strong. 
Capt. Aaron Cooke 
Leift W m Clark 
Alexander Edwards 
Samuel Edwards 
Joseph Edwards 
Ben] Edwards 
Nat'h u Edwards 
James North 
Sam 11 Davice 
Rich 4 ffrancis 
Sam" Parsons 
Henry Woodward 
Jno Woodward 
Jno Clarke 



Sam" Clarke 
W m Clarke 
Jon th Hunt 
Jedadia Strong 
Deacon Pomory 
Jno. Pomery 
Timo Baker 
Mr Jos Hawley 
Sam" Marshall 
Jno. Tayler 
Sam" Strong 
Joseph Leades 
Jno Searles 
Enos Kinsley 
Josua Pomery 
Jno. ffrentch 



Sam" Frenteh 
Martin Smith 
W m Pixley 
W m Smeade 
Preserved Clapp 
Israel Rust 
W- Hubburt 
Jno. Hubburt 
W m Hubburt Jn' 
Jno Holton 
Sam u Alline 
Ralph Hutchison 
Jno Hutchison 
Jn Alverd 
Thomas Alverd 
Jno Alexander 



180 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Nath 1 Phelps S r 
Nath 1 Phelps Jn r 
W- Phelps 
Matthew Clesson 
Jos. Roote 
Sarg' Kinge 
Jno Knige 
W m Knige 
David Burt 
Henry Burt 
W m Miller Sr 
W m Miller Jn* 
Isaac Shelding S r 
Isaac Shelding Jn r 
Jno Shelding 
Tho. Shelding 
Jno Webb 
Robert Danks 
Richard Webb 
Ens. Jno Lyman 
Jno Lyman 
Richd. Lyman 
W m Gurley 
Jno Lyman 
Mr W m Jeanes 
Tho. Roote Sen' 



Jon tb Roote 
Hezeciah Roote 
Jacob Roote 
Deacon Holton 
W m Holton 
Sam" Holton 
Tho Strong Sen r 
Tho Strong Jun* 
Fetter Busnrodd 
Samuel Bartlett 
Nath" Bartlett 
W m Waight 
Jno Stebbins 
Sam" Stebbins 
Benoenie Stebbins 
Tho Stebbins 
Richard Ingram. 
Caleb Pomery 
Godfrey Nims 
Rich ftiscraft 
Tho Kinge 
Sam u Laughton 
Robert Prize 
Jno Holmes 
Jno Bridgeman 
Tho. Roote Jn r 



Tho Lyman 
Tho Bascomb Sen* 
Tho Bascomb Jni 
Richard Weller 
Jno Wellerd 
Alexander Alverd 
Benj Alverd 
Sam a Wright 
Joseph " 
Benj 

Jos Parson Sen* 
Jos Parson Jn r 
John Parson 
Jon th Parson 
George Alexander 
Christoplr" Smith 
Jno Hannam 
Sam" Courties 
Cornelius MeiTy 
James Wright 
Judah Wright 
Nehe Alline 
ffrancis Roote 
Ebenezzur Strong. 

Total 124 



Copied from the County Recorder's Book, at Hatfield by Lucius Man- 
ilus Boltwood 
Printed in Vol IV., N.E. Hist & Genl. Reg., pp. 25-26. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 181 



A BOOK OF ALLOWANCES FROM THE MAJOR PART 
OF THE JUSTICES WITHIN THE TOWN OF BOS- 
TON TO PERSONS FOR BUILDING WITH TIMBER 
IN THE SAID TOWN BEGINNING APRIL, 1707. 

Province of the Massachusetts 

Bay in New England 
Boston ss. April the third 1707. 

Approbation of the Maj r part of the Justices within the Town 
of Boston for_the setting up of Timber houses and Buildings 
within the said Town 

[1.] To Winsor Golding and Ephraim Fenno to Erect a Tim- 
ber Building for a Dwelling house of 37 foot long 22 wide & 23 
studd with a Flatt roff on their Land being the Southerly part of 
the Land or Garden formerly belonging to the Dwelling house of 
Mr Joseph Wheeler at the South End of Boston, said Building to 
stand with the North West side thereof abutting on the Broad 
street leading to Roxbury, the South Westerly side thereof on the 
Lane leading to the Watering place Commonly called Wheeler's 
Pond, the South Easterly side towards the house now in the 
Tenure of William Goold. and Seventy foot distant from the 
same, the Northerly end of said Building next the Dwelling house 
of said Joseph Wheeler & about 20 foot Distant from the same. 

Provided the Northerly end of s d Building be made with a Brick 
Wall, and that they make & Maintain Battlements round the roof 
of the said Building. 

[2.] To Hannah Gourding Widow to Erect a Timber Building 
to join in Addition to the North West or Backside of her Dwelling 
house Scituate nigh unto the house in which Mr William Clark now 
Dwells at the North end of Boston, the Dimentions of s d building 
to be 24 foot long 21 Wide & 17 stud with a fflatt roof and to be 
in stead of an old building of 21 foot long 14 Wide & 10 studd 
being part of her s d Dwelling house there now standing the which 
She intends to Demollish. 

Provided She make & maintain Battlements round the ruff of 
s d . New Building. 

[3.] To Elisha Webb to Erect a Timber Building for a Dwell- 
ing house of 42 foot long 20 foot & half wide in the ffront next the 
street 28 foot & half wide in the Rear & 25 foot studd with a Flatt 
Roof on his Land butting on the street leading from the Town Dock 
unto the Mill Bridge in Boston, s d Building to join North Westerly 
on the Lane, and the South Easterly side thereof unto the House 
lately Erected by Mr Nicholas Bow, where there is a Brick Wall 
Carried up to stand as a Partition Wall between the s d Mr Bowes 



182 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

& y e s d Petitioners building, w ch Building is to be in the room and 
stead of his Dwelling house of 32 foot long & 20 foot & half wide 
now there standing, the w ch he intends to Demollish. 

Provided he place & Maintain Battlemts round the Rooff. 

[4.] To Samuel Phillips to Erect a Building with Timber for 
a Salt House of 60 foot long 18 Wide & 14 studd with a fflatt ruff 
on his Wharff, which he hath lately built on the fflatts before the 
Land which was formerly the Land of Capt. Benjamin Gillam 
dec'd & is on the Sea Board side below his Smiths Shop, now in 
the Tenure of Joseph Hubbard and Nathaniel Wheeler Scituate 
nigh unto the South Battery in Boston which building will stand 
about 20 foot distant from the afores d Smiths shop. 

[5.] To Richard Talley to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 20 foot long 18 Wide & 22 studd with a fflatt 
roof on his Land Scituate between the House and Land of Na- 
thaniel Loring on the North, & the house and Laud of Andrew 
Marriner on the South, fronting on the broad street over against 
the house of Widow fflack on the East, at the North end of Boston, 
said Building to stand 5 foot distant from s d Lorings house & 12 
from s d Marriners house & for the better Security in Case of ffire 
he will carry up the North side of s d building next the s d Lorings 
house w" 1 a Brick Wall. 

Provided That the s d Brick Wall be Carried up two foot above 
the ruff of s d Building & that Battlem' 8 be made on the Rooff 

[6.] To Addington Davenport of Boston to Erect with 
Timber a Shedd of 38 feet in length & about 8 or 10 foot in 
breadth & 8 feet studd for a Woodhouse on his Land adjoining to 
his House in Sudbury street in Boston (he having the Consent of 
his Neighbour Paine to bear One side thereof on his house in 
which Capt. Mason now Dwells) the same being Intended for the 
use abovementioned, & no other. 

[7.] To Joseph Daniel of Medfield to Erect a Timber building 
for a Dwelling house of 23 foot long 20 Wide & 15 stud on his 
Land scituate in Boston between the Land of Capt. Samuel Mould 
on the North and the house and Land now in the Tenure of James 
Babbage on the South, to Butt one side of s d Building on the 
Back street and is Over against the Land or Yard Appertaining to 
the house there in the Tenure of Mr John Staniford, belonging to 
the Rev d Mr James Allen. 

Provided That the South Westerly end of s d Building next unto 
the s d Babbages house be Carried up with a Brick Wall. 

[8.] To James Gooch to Erect a Building with Timber in 
Addition to the Easterly end of his Dwelling house on his Land 
nigh unto Mr James Barnes his Wharff in Boston, said Building 
to be 28 foot long 20 Wide & 22 studd with a Flatt roof & is to 
stand in the room and stead of One End of his s d Dwelling house 
of the same Length and Breadth now there standing the which he 
Intends to Demollish & for the better Security in Case of ffire, he 
will place & Maintain Battlements round the Roof of the whole 
House. 

[9.] To Daniel Oliver to Erect a Building with Timber for a 
Salthouse of Twenty Eight foot long Twenty foot Wide and Eight 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 183 

foot studd with a flatt Roof to stand One End thereof to the 
Westerly side of his Warehouse nigh the Mouth of the Dock com- 
monly Called Olivers Dock, over against Mr John Pools Wharff 
in Boston. 

April 14 th . 1707. 

[1O.] To John Clark Esq r to Erect a Timber Building for a 
shop of 15 foot long 12 wide and 8 studd with a flatt Roof on his 
Wharff over ag l the Shop in his own Occupation at the North End 
of Boston, s d Building to stand One side thereof joining to that 
his Shop now in the Tenure of Erasmas Stevens joyner One end 
thereof abutting on the Street or highway & the Northerly side 
thereof towards his Warehouse & about 30 foot distant from the 
same & he will Lower the front side of the Roof of the s d Stevens's 
shop, & make it to Range with the Roof of s d New Building now 
to be Erected, & that he will not hereafter make any Addition to 
the height of either of s d Shops. 

[11.] To Joseph Hiller to Erect a Timber Building of 30 foot 
long 13 wide & 22 studd with a flatt Roof, which with the Addi- 
tion of his Old Porch to the Length thereof he designs to join to 
the front side of that his House formerly the Mansion house of 
Governour Bellingham in Boston & for the Enlargement of the 
Street there he will add thereto a strip of Land, on which part of 
his Old Buildings now stands and for the better security in case of 
fire he will leave an Alley of 5 foot wide between his said Build- 
ings and the house of Mr W m Gibbons & (Excepting the Porch) 
he will Demollish the other Old Buildings now standing on the 
front of the s d Mansion house & he will make and Maintaine Bat- 
tlemts round the Roof of s d houses 

Provided he add four foot to the Street along the whole front, 
of the abovementioned House. 

[12.] To Thomas Miller of Boston Marriner to Erect a 
Timber Building for a Dwelling house of 40 foot long 20 wide & 
17 studd on his Land formerly the Land of Mr W m Day des'd. 
Scituate and butting on the Lane Called Henchmans Lane at the 
North End of Boston Over ag e the Dwelling house of Mrs Johanna 
Buckley the w ch building to stand on the North West side of his 
s d Land & will be 40 foot distant from s d Mrs Buckleys house & 
40 foot distant from the house on the North East end thereof in 
which Samuel Avis now Dwells & the South West end of said New 
Building will be 50 foot distant from the house of Mr Walter Gut- 
teridge unto w ch he intends to remove his Old house & join thereto 
as a Kitchen, w ch Old house now stands about 10 foot distant from 
s d Mrs Buckleys & when removed as afores d will then stand full 
24 foot distant from s d Gutteridges house & more from any other 
Building. 

Provided that on the South West end of s d Building he carry up 
a Brick Wall, and that the s d wall be carried higher then the timber 
Work of the Roofs. 

April 28 th 1707. 

[13.] To Nathaniel Goodwin to Erect a Timber Building for 
a Dwelling house of 31 foot long 24 wide & 17 studd with a Lean- 



184 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

too for a Kitchen, on the North side thereof of the same Length 
w th s d house & 9 foot wide, on his Laud being part of that w ch 
formerly was Bennetts Pasture at the North end of Boston between 
the Land of Mr John Love and y e Land of Mr John Clough, s d 
building to stand with the Southerly side thereof fronting to the 
New Street leading from Mr Jonas Clarks to the Green Lane & 
will be fforty foot distant from an}- other building now standing. 

May the 15 th 1707. 

[14.] To Joseph Hiller to Erect a timber Building of 43 foot 
long 13 wide and 22 studd & to Cover the same with a flatt Roof s d 
Building to stand joining in Addition to the ffront or South East- 
erly side of that his house which formerly was the Mansion house 
of Gov r Richard Bellingham des d . Scituate & butting on the great 
Street leading from the Town Dock towards the Old Meeting 
house in Boston s d building to stand in the room and stead of 
some Old buildings there now standing the w ch he intends to 
Demollish, all Except an Old porch there standing being an Intire 
building of 18 foot long & 13 wide the w ch . he intends to remove 
into his Garden or Backside and place the same Ten foot distant 
from the Corner of y l his house there in which Mr J Cotta jun r 
now Dwells & fcv the better Security in case of ffire he will leave 
Vacant from any building an Alley way of 5 foot wide between 
his s d house and the house of Mr W m Gibbons & he will make and 
Maintain Battlem' 8 round the Roof of his s d Dwelling house 
which probably maybe a better Defence from the spreading of ffire 
than to uphold and Improve s d buildings as they now stand and 
further he proposeth that in Case he shall obtain Lycence for 
what he is now about to Ask he will leave out of his Land on 
which s d old buildings now stand as an Addition to the highway a 
strip of the whole front of his Land of two foot wide at the Corner 
or End next Mr John Kilbys shop, and to Extend from thence on 
a Streight Line to y e Northeast ly Corner of s d Mr Gibbins's house 
which will Enlarge the Street in breadth there about ffive foot. 

July the I 8t 1707. 

[15.] To Nathaniel Ayres of Boston to Erect a Timber build- 
ing for a dwelling house of 40 foot long 21 wide & 24 stud w th an 
Additional Building for a Kitchen to join on the Westerly end 
thereof of 20 foot long 16 wide & 16 studd on his Land Scituate 
between the Brick Stables belonging to Mr Spencer Phipps & the 
Dwelling house of Mr Daniel Berry at the North end of Boston, said 
building to stand w th the Easterly end thereof butting on the 
highway known by the Name of the Green Lane, the Northerly 
side thereof to join on the s d Stable & Land of s d Mr Phipps, the 
Southerly side thereof next the house of said Mr Berry & 40 foot 
distant from the same. 

July the 28 th 1707. 

[16.] To Jonathan Loring to Erect a Timber Building for a 
Dwelling house of 40 feet long 19 in breadth & 22 studd with afflatt 
roof on his Land at the North End of Boston, Scituate between the 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 185 

Dwelling bouse of Mr W m Hobby and the Dwelling house of Mrs 
Dorcas Peggy, the said Building to stand with the North West end 
thereof fronting to the Street Commonly called, the Green Lane, 
the w"* Building will stand 40 foot distant from the s d Mr Hobbys 
house (which is by farr the nearest of any building there now 
standing) Together with an Additional building of 18 feet long 
12 wide & 15 studd for a Kitchen to join on the Easterly end 
thereof. 

Provided he make & Maintain Battlements round the Roof for 
Defence in Case of fflre. 

[17.] To Zachariah Wire to Erect a Timber Building for a 
Dwelling house of 23 foot long 18 wide, & 16 studd on his Land 
being part of that which Formerly was Mr John Loves Pasture at 
the North End cf Boston butting on the Lane leading from the 
house of Mr John Stevens down into s d Pasture, s d building to 
stand with the Easterly end thereof joining to the Dwelling house 
of Benjamin Brown, and the Westerly end next the house of Mr 
Townsend Blockmaker and 10 foot distant from the same, And for 
the better Security in Case of ffire, he will carry up the s d two 
ends with Brick Wall. 

Provided that he carry up the Brick Wall next the said Browns 
house, two foot higher than the highest of the said two houses. 

[18.] To Joseph Lord to Erect a Timber Building for a Kit- 
chen of 17 foot long 15 wide and 14 Studd on his Land to join in 
Addition to the South Easterly Corner of that his house which 
formerly was the Dwelling bouse of Widow Burrington, fronting 
on Coneys Lane in Boston, the s d Building to be in the room and 
stead of an Old Kitchen of 16 foot long and 9 Wide now there 
standing, the which he Intends to Demollish. 

October the 9 th 1707. 

[19.] To John Mico to Erect a timber Building for a Kitchen 
of 19 foot leng 18 wide & 15 stud with a flatt Roof to stand about 
15 foot Distant from the Southerly side of his New house lately 
Erected, Scituate at the upper end of School house Lane over ag l 
the Queens Chappel in Boston. 

[2O.] To Jonathan Loring to Erect a Timber building in 
Addition to his Dwelling house it being for a Kitchen of 12 foot 
wide to the breadth of his said house which he lately had Liberty 
to build at the North end of the Town. 

January the 27 th 1707. 

[21.] To William Tilley of Boston Ropemaker to Erect, three 
Several Wooden buildings for Work houses each of them to be 
Twenty foot long 15 wide & 12 Studd on a peice or Strip of Land 
which he hires for a Rope Walk of Eliakim Hutchinson Esq r being 
on the South Westerly side of that his Pasture nig^a unto the Fort 
Hill in Boston, the s d buildings to stand One at each end of the s d 
Strip of Land and the other about the Middle thereof And 
also to Erect a Leantoo of 20 foot long 13 wide and 14 studd to 
join on the North side of his Dwelling house Scituate nigh unto 



186 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

the Sign of the Bull at the South end of Boston being on that side 
farr distant from any other Building. 

[22.] To Ebenezer Clough to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 40 foot long 19 wide and 17 studd on his Land 
being part of that which was Mr John Loves pasture at the North 
End of Boston, s d building to stand on his said Land butting 
Southwesterly on the New Street leading from the house of Mr 
John Stevens down unto the lower side of the s d pasture ; North 
West on the Land of the s d Mr John Love South Easterly on the 
Land of Capt David Robinson, the which building will stand 50 
foot distant from any other building there standing. 

Provided the s d building be Erected before any other building 
be set up within 50 foot of the s d spott of Ground on which he 
places the same. 

[23.] To William Holloway to Erect a Timber building for 
a Smiths shop of 30 foot long 22 wide & 10 studd on his Land or 
Wharff nigh unto his building }-ard at the South Easterly side of 
Boston in the place & stead of an Old Smiths Shop now there 
standing of 24 foot long and 20 foot wide (in the present tenure 
& Occupation of William Pain) the w ch he intends to Demolish. 

February 12 th 1707. 

[24.] To James Varney to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 38 foot long 20 Wide & 22 studd w th a flatt roof 
on his Land Scituate between the house & Land of Wid Wilkins 
on the North West & a Small Tenem 1 . formerly belonging to Capt 
W m Greenough deced now in the Tenure of Porter on the South 
East at the North End of Boston s d building to stand One end 
thereof butting South Westerly on the Street or highway leading 
from Mrs Huldah Rainsfords house to the North Burying place, 
the North Easterly end thereof butting on a peice of Vacant Laud 
being on that side more than One hundred foot Distant from any 
other building, the Northwesterly side thereof to stand four foot 
distant from the s d Wilkins house & the South Easterly side to 
stand 17 foot distant from the house in w ch the s d Porter Dwells, 
And for the better Security thereof in Case of fire he will carry up 
the whole side of the s d building next unto the Wilkins's with a 
Brick Wall, the w ch Wall shall extend 2 foot higher than any of 
the Timber Work of the said building, and also he will make & 
maintain battlem' 8 round the roof of the s d buildings. 

April 26 th 1708. 

[25.] To Samuel Wentworth to Erect a Timber Building for 
a Warehouse of 20 foot Square & 20 studd with a flatt roof on a 
peice of Wharff which he hires (for thirty years) of Mr James 
Barton Scituate next the Cove nigh unto the Mill Creek below the 
Draw Bridge in Boston, s d building to stand joining to the 
Westerly end of an Old Warehouse now in the Tenure of s d Went- 
worth below the s d Bartons other buildings the Northerly & 
Southerly sides thereof will stand far Distant from any other 
buildings the Westerly end will stand 16 foot distant from any 



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building on that side the which end he will carry up with a Brick 
Wall the which Wall shall Extend two foot higher than any of the 
Timber Work of the s d building. And whereas there is now stand- 
ing an Old building of 20 foot long 13 in breadth & 7 studd on the 
same spott where he places said new building he will remove the 
same on the North side of the afores d Old Warehouse without 
making any Addition to the height thereof. 

April 26 th 1708. 

[26.] To Joseph Belcher to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 40 foot long 20 wide and 18 Studd on this Land 
Scituate between the Dwelling house in the present tenure of 
Widow Cooke on the South & six foot distant from the same & to 
join unto the Dwelling house of Wid Hannah Waters on the North, 
the s d building to stand w th the South Easterly end thereof butting 
on the Broad street or highway nigh Over ag' the house of Chris- 
topher Holland deced at the North end of Boston, and for the 
better security thereof in case of fire he will carry up the North & 
South sides of the s d building with a Brick Wall, the which Wall 
on the South side shall Extend three foot higher than any of the 
Timber work thereof. 

May the 12 th 1708. 

[27.] To Robert Calef jun r to Erect a Timber building of 18 
foot Square at the Southerly end of the Town of Boston which is 
in Addition to a Timber building which Winsor Goulding had per- 
mission from the Justices within the s d Town sometime in the 
Month of April 1707. As by the s d permission more fully may 
appear ; 

Provided the s d Calef make & Maintain Battlements round the 
Roof of the s d Additional Building. 

June the 10 th 1708. 

[28.] To Jonathan Waldo to Erect a Timber building for a 
Lodging Chamber of 12 foot square and 7 Studd with a flat roofe 
Over a passage way between his Dwelling house & Kitchen nigh 
the Conduit at the Lower end of Union street in Boston. 

[29.] To Zachariah Triscot to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 28 foot long 18 wide & 24 studd with a flat 
roof on his Land being part of the Pasture w ch was formerly 
belonging to Samuel Lynde Esq r Scituate nigh over against the 
house of Mr Daniel Epps at the South end of Boston. 

The s d building to stand with One end thereof fronting to the 
broad street, and the Southerly side thereof fronting towards a 
New house now about to be Erected for Gilbert Endicot & 40 foot 
distant therefrom, & further Distant from any other building. 

[3O.] To Gilbert Endicot of Dorchester to Erect a Timber 
building for a Dwelling house of 30 foot long 20 wide & 22 studd 
with a flatt roof on his Land scituate at y e South end of Boston 
nigh Over ag' the Dwelling house of Mr Daniel Epps being part of 
that pasture there which was formerly belonging to Samuel Lynde 
Esq r the s d building to stand with the Northwest end thereof front- 



188 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

ing to the broad Street & will be far distant from any other build- 
ing there. 

Boston July the 20 th 1708. 

[31.] To Thomas Hobart to Erect a Timber building for a 
Malt house of Sixty five foot long 20 wide & 10 studd with a 
Return in form of an L. of 12 foot in length to join on the Easterly 
end of the same, on a piece of Vacant land which he Hires of 
Samuel Sewall Esq r scituate on the Westerly side of Linck alley 
nigh the Mill pond in Boston, the s d building to stand with the 
Westerly end thereof towards the Mill pond, and the Northerly 
corner thereof 54 foot distant from the Water Mill, and the 
Southerly Corner 28 foot distant from an Old house belonging to 
Arthur Hale and further Distant from any other building. 

[32.] To Joseph Allen to Erect a Timber building for a 
Shop or workhouse of 24 foot long 16 wide & 14 studd with a flat 
roof to join in addition to the Northerly side of his Dwelling house 
which he lately purchased of Dr Thomas Oakes scituate at the 
Northerly end of Newbury street in Boston (where there now 
stands a Shop of about 12 foot Square the which he Intends to 
Demolish) the s d building to stand 60 foot Distant from any other 
building on that side. 

August the 9 th 1708. 

[33.] To Samuel Collins, Walter Newbury & Thomas Rich- 
ardson in behalf of the People Called Quakers to Erect a Timber 
building for a Meeting house purposely for the Worship of 
Almighty God, of 35 foot long & 30 broad, about 20 studd with 
a flat roof and no Chimney on a Certain peice of Land belonging 
formerly to the Estate of Gov r Leveret deced Scituate in Boston 
between the house in which Henry Franklyn now Dwells & the 
house w ch formerly was the Dwelling house of Capt John Wing 
deced the s d building to stand about Tenn foot from the Lane or 
highway and on the North side of s d Lot being at least fifty foot 
from any Dwelling house on either side. 

[34.] To Benjamin Bronsdon to Erect a Timber building for 
a Storehouse of 60 foot long 15 wide & 7 studd on his Wharff 
below his Warehouse in Ship street in Boston, the s d building to 
stand with the Northwesterly End thereof 40 foot Distant below 
his other building & the South Easterly end thereof next the 
harbour. 

[35.] To Robert Saunders to Erect a Timber building of 19 
foot Square & 17 stud with a flat roof to join in Addition to the 
South Easterly side of his Dwelling house Scituate and butting on 
Milk street in Boston, y e North Easterly side thereof will stand 
next to Eliakim Hutchinson Esq r his Pasture, & the South 
Easterly side will stand next to Vacant ground far from any other 
building. 

[36.] To John Roberts of Boston Boat Builder (for his 
better Accommodation in Carrying on his Trade) to Erect with 
timbers a shedd or Workhouse of 34 foot long 18 wide & 8 studd 
on his Wharff and flatts lying against his land, between Mr 
Timothy Thornton & Arthur Smiths in Lynn street at the North 



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end of Boston, the s d building to stand more than 50 foot Distant 
below the highway, the upper End thereof to stand ranging with 
the lower end of the s d Thorntons Warehouse. 

August 19 th 1708. 

[37.] To Thomas Richards of Boston Gent m to Erect a 
Timber building for a Smiths Shop of 20 foot Square & 7 studd 
to stand on his Wharff adjoining on the South East end of his 
Blockrnakers shop lying next the Sea, before his Dwelling House 
in Boston ; And he will at all times hereafter forbear to keep either 
horse or hay in any part of his housing next adjoining. 

October the 7 th 1708. 

[38.] To Thomas Chamberline to Erect a Timber building of 
31 foot long 19 wide and 24 studd to join in Addition to the 
Northwest side of his Dwelling house Scituate and butting on 
Orange Street in Boston. Also another building for a Barn of 36 
foot long 24 wide and 16 stud on his pasture Land on the North- 
west or backside of his s d Dwelling house & 100 foot distant from 
the same, & further remote from any other building now standing. 

[39.] To John Clough to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 32 foot long 26 wide & 22 studd with a flat roof 
on his Land lying on the Westerly side of Orange Street at the 
South end of Boston the said building to stand more than 100 foot 
distant from any other building now there standing. 

[4O.] To Thomas Banister to Erect a Timber building on his 
Land to join in Addition to the Southerly end of that his Tenem' 
which formerly was the Dwelling house of Samuel Bicknell scituate 
next unto Winter Street, at the South end of Boston, the s d build- 
ing to be 16 foot long 15 wide & 17 studd with a flat roof & will 
stan I Distant 100 foot from any other building on that the said 
Southerly side. 

[41.] To Thomas Clark of Boston Pewterer to Erect a Timber 
building for a Warehouse of 50 foot long 19 wide & 14 studd with 
a flat roof of 3 foot & rise on his new Wharff lately Erected on 
the Seaboard side of his Tenem" where Mr Nath 1 Shannon & Mi- 
George Robinson now Dwells Scituate at the Northerly end of 
Boston, the s d building to stand some space Distant within the Out 
wharff or Wall & 150 foot distant from any other building now 
standing. 

Boston October 25 th 1708. 

[42.] To John Kilby to Erect a Timber building in Addition 
to the Easterly side of his Dwelling house which he hires of 
Thomas Brattle Esq r scituate in Cornhill in Boston, of 20 foot long 
18 wide & 24 studd with a flat roof to stand in the room of his 
Shop and part of his s d Dwelling house now standing on the same 
ground the which he Intends to Demollish. 

Provided he make battlem' 8 round the roof 

[43.] To Eliz a Moor of Boston Widow to Erect a Timber 
building of 20 foot long 16 wide & 16 studd on her Land lo join 
in Addition to the North East side of her Dwelling house nigh 



190 CITY DOCUMENT No, 100. 

unto the Land of John Bull butting on Sea Street in Boston in the 
room & stead of an Old Leantoo of 20 foot long 12 wide & 8 stud 
now standing on y e same spot of ground the which he Intends to 
Demolish the which building will then stand 8 foot distant irom 
a small building of, or Tenem 4 belonging to s d Bull. 

[44.] To William Tilley of Boston Ropemaker to Erect a 
Timber building of 28 foot long 15 wide & 10 studd in Addition 
to the Northwest end of his Workhouse now standing in the Pas- 
ture which he hires of Eliakim Hutchinson Esq r scituate nigh ffort 
Hill in Boston & also to Erect a Shedd of 100 fathoms long 11 
foot wide & 16 studd next the fence on the Southwest side of the 
s d pasture. 

[45.] To Joshua Gee to Erect a Timber building of 4 foot in 
length & 4 foot stood w ch buikling will be in Addition to a Salt 
house w ch in the year 1701 the s d Gee Obtained Lycence to Erect, 
w ch s d Salt house with the s d Additional building will then make 24 
foot long & 13 studd. 

[46.] To Ebenezer Clough to Erect a Timber building for a 
Kitchen of 14 foot long 11 wide & 14 studd with a flat roof on his 
Land to stand joining in Addition to the North East end of his 
Dwelling house scituate next unto the Dwelling house of Mr John 
Love in Bennet Street at y e North End of Boston, the w ch Kitchen 
will stand 70 feet distant from any other building on the s d North- 
east side & for the better security thereof in Case of fire, he will 
carry up the Northwest side thereof (which stands next to Mr 
Goodwins) with a Brick Wall. 

[47.] To Habijah Savage to Erect a Timber .building for 
shops of 80 foot long twenty wide & 15 high on the north side & 
11 foot high on the South side & to Cover the same with a flat 
roof on his Wharff butting on the Town slip nigh unto Scarlets 
Wharff in Boston the s d building to stand with the Northwest end 
thereof 36 foot distant below the northerly end of fflsh street. 

[48.] To Henry Bridgham of Boston Tanner to Erect a Tim- 
ber building for a Mill house for the Grinding of bark of 20 foot 
square 12 studd on his Land to stand joining as a Leantoo on the 
Easterly end of his Barn next to Tannery Lane in Boston, it will 
be 60 foot distant from any other building now there standing. 

Provided Maj r Walley have nothing to Object. 

Boston January 5 th 1708. 

[49.] To James Brown to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 39 foot long 20 wide & 32 stud w th a flatt roof 
on his Land in Boston butting South Easterly on Marlborough 
Street & Southwesterly on Winter Street, the longest side thereof 
to stand fronting on Marlborough Street & 28 foot in Length of 
the house now standing on the same ground (being that in which 
Mr Thomas Banister formerly Dwelt) he intends to Demollish And 
for the better security thereof in case of ffire he will Carry up the 
Northerly side of the s d building next to Mr Sam 1 Peirces with 'a 
Brick Wall Extending two ffoot higher than the timber work & he 
will make Battle m to round the roof thereof. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 

Boston January 6 th , 1708. 

[5O.] To Obadiah Reed to Erect a Timber building for a 
Smiths Shop of 20 foot long 15 wide & 9 studd on his Land nigh 
unto Charlestown ffery in Boston, the s d building to stand with the 
North end thereof fronting to Lyn street & the Easterly side 
thereof butting on Lime Alley so Called the Westerly side thereof 
will stand twenty three foot Distant from his own house which is 
the nearest building there standing., 

[51.] To Edward Hutchinson to Erect a Timber building for 
a Warehouse of 50 foot long 36 wide & 15 studd on his Father 
Hutchinsons Wharff nigh his Dwelling house in Fish Street at the 
North End of Boston, the s d building to stand fifty six foot Distant 
below his Row of New Shops standing on the South Easterly side 
of the s d Street & will stand more than forty foot distant from 
any other building now standing. 

January 13 th 1708. 

[52.] To William Mauley to Erect a Timber building of 24 
foot long 20 wide & 20 stud to join in Addition to the North End 
of his Dwelling house, the w ch Additional building will but North- 
erly on Winter Street in Boston And for the more Safety thereof 
in Case of ffire he will Cover the roof thereof with Slate and will be 
in the room of an old building of 24 foot long and 12 wide there 
now standing the which he Intends to Demollish. 

[53.] To David Cutler of Boston Marriner to Erect a Timber 
building for a Dwelling house of 21 foot long 16 wide and 19 stud 
and to Cover the same with a flatt roof on his Land nigh the Mill 
pond on the back side or rear of the house of Arthur Hale Scituate 
and butting on Linck Alley nigh the Malt house and Land belong- 
ing to Samuel Sewall Esq r in Boston in the room of an Old Dwell- 
ing house now there standing the which he Intends to Demolish 
being of the same Length and breadth, the w ch New building will 
stand four foot Distant from the s d Hales house and 18 foot Distant 
from the s d Malt house. 

Provided he make & maintain battlemts round the roof. 

March 10. 1708. 

Boston March 31, 1709. 

[54.] To Edward Winslow of Boston Goldsmith to Erect a tim- 
ber building for a Kitchen of 17 foot long 12 Wide and 16 stud with 
a Flatt roof to join in Addition to the South Westerly Corner of his 
Dwelling house being the Westerly end of that which was the 
Mansion house of the late Governour Leveret deed Scituate and 
butting on King street in Boston. 

[55.] To Benjamin Alford to Erect a Timber building for a 
Warehouse of 34 foot Square & 27 foot studd and to Cover the 
same with a flatt roof on his Wharff or Land butting on Mackerili 
Lane at the Easterly End of Olivers Bridge so Called in Boston in 
the room and stead of an Old warehouse of the same Length and 
breadth now there standing the which he Intends to Demollish. 

Provided that he make and Maintain Battlemts round upon the 
roof of the s d building. 



192 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

[56.3 To Jeremiah Jackson (for the better carrying on his 
Trade of a Weaver) to Erect a timber building for a Shop of 30 
foot long 14 wide and 7 stud on his Land on the North Easterly 
side of his Dwelling house Scituate in Long Lane in Boston, said 
building to stand 16 foot Distant from his said Dwelling jouse 
and 20 foot Distant from the Dwelling house of Mr James 
Webster. 

[57.] To Samuel Burnell jun r to Erect a Timber building for 
a Dwelling house of 32 foot long 20 wide & 22 studd & to Cover 
the same with a flattroof on his Land next unto the house & Land 
of Deacon John Attwood at the North End of Boston, the s d 
building to stand butting on Middle Street on the East, and on 
his own Land next to Prince Street on the South, and Sixteen foot 
distant from the s d Deacon Attwoods house on the North which 
will be in the room and stead of an Old Dwelling house now there 
standing of 25 foot square the which he Intends to Demollish. 
and for the better Security in Case of fflre he will Carry up the 
North side thereof next to the s d Deacon Atwoods with a brick 
Wall and will make and Maintain Battlements round the roof. 

April 25 th 1709. 

[58.] To Samuel and Aneas Salter to Erect a Timber build- 
ing for a Dwelling house of 40 foot long 20 wide & 18 stud on 
their Land scituate between the Dwelling house of Capt. Timothy 
Clark and the house in which the Rev d Mr. Thomas Bridge now 
Dwells, butting on Suiner Street in Boston in the room and stead 
of an Old house of Thirty foot long now there standing the which 
they Intend to Demolish, the which building will stand 90 foot 
Distant from any other building now there standing. 

May 19 th 1709. 

[59.] To Richard Christopher to Erect a Timber building of 
18 foot long 17 wide & 21 stud with a flat roof on his Land to 
join in Addition to the Easterly end of that his Dwelling house 
scituate & butting on the Old burying place in Boston in the room 
& stead of an Old Leantoo of about the same Length & breadth 
now standing on the same spot of ground, the which he Intends 
to Demollish 

Boston July 5. 1709. 

[6O.] To Henry Bridgham to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 32 foot long 16 wide & 14 stud on his Land to 
stand butting on Milk Street over against Eliakim Hutchinson 
Esq r . his Coach house in Boston being 20 foot Distant from a 
Certain Tenem' belonging to the Estate of Mr Jonathan Bridgham 
dec'd which is the nearest building now there standing. 

[61.] To Andrew Wilson of Boston Marriner to Erect a 
Timber building for a Dwelling house of 40 foot long 20 wide & 
23 stud with a flat roof on his Land in Boston Scituate North- 
easterly on Lynn Street, and Northwesterly on Henchmans Lane, 
the s d building to stand y e North East end thereof 15 foot within 
his own Land & Distant 35 foot from the Corner of Mr Thomas 



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\. 

Verins which is the nearest house on that side, and the South 
Easterly side thereof 15 foot from y e Peti own Dwelling house & 
otherwise 40 foot Distant from any other building now standing. 

Boston July 25 th 1709 

[62.] To Thomas Bell of Boston Marriner to Erect a Timber 
building for a Dwelling house of 25 foot long 18 wide & 17 stud 
with a flat roof on his Land Scituate between the house of 
Christopher Holland dece'd & the house of James Seward to stand 
One end thereof butting on North Street in Boston, the which 
building will stand 40 foot Distant from the s d Hollands house & 
12 foot distant from the s d Sewards in the room & stead of an Old 
building of 20 foot long & 12 foot & a half wide now there stand- 
ing, the w ch he will Demollish. 

October 6 th 1709. 

[63.] To John Legg to Erect a Timber building for Kitchen 
or Wash house of 18 foot long 14 wide & 9 stud in the yard or 
Garden lying on the South Side of that the Dwelling house of his 
ffather Samuel Legg Esq r dece'd Scituate on the upper side of 
Queen street in Boston the s d Kitchen to stand 16 foot Distant 
from s d Dwelling house 

[64.] To Joseph Bass of Bran trey to Erect a Timber build- 
ing for a Dwelling house of 36 foot long 28 wide & 16 studd on 
his Land Scituate on the Easterly side of Raynsfords Lane in 
Boston the which building will stand more than 50 foot Distant 
from any other building there now standing. 

[65.] To Jonathan Browne of Boston Mason to Erect a 
Timber building for a Dwelling house of 39 foot long 20 wide & 
18 studd on his Land in Boston Scituate between the Land of 
John ffoster Esq r and the Land of John Goldthwaite over against 
the North End of Salem street in Boston the said building to stand 
One side thereof towards the s d Goldwaites Dwelling house & 25 
foot Distant from the same and the other side Close to an Old 
stable of the s d Col ffosters which is at present there standing and 
One end thereof to stand fronting on Charter Street, and will 
stand farr Distant from any other building. 

Boston October 25 th 1709. 

[66.] To Joshua Gee to Erect a timber building for a Ware- 
house of 50 foot long 20 wide & 15 studd on his Wharff being 
part of that which was Mr Thomas Broughtons & is part of his 
building yard at the Lower end of Prince Street in Boston, the 
s d building to stand about One hundred foot Distant from any 
other house now there standing ; And also to Erect a timber build- 
ing for a Workhouse of 36 foot Square to stand on his s d building 
yard on ye upper side of the highway 50 foot dist Northerly from 
Elder Copps housing & about 40 foot distant from the afore- 
mentioned Warehouse w ch he intends to Erect. 

[67.] To William Webster to Erect a timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 38 foot long 18 wide & 24 stud with a flatt 



194 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

roof on his Land, Scituate between the Land of Joshua Hen- 
shaw & the house now in the Tenure of Mr ffrancis Clark at ye 
Northerly end of Sudbury Street in Boston the s d building to 
stand with One end thereof fronting to the s d Street, One side 
thereof to stand next the Still house now standing on the s d Hen- 
shaws Land @ 35 foot Distant from y e same & the other side to 
stand 30 foot distant from the s d Mr Clarks house w ch is the 
nearest building on that side & as far from any other building 
Provided he make & maintain battlem 18 round on y e roof of the 
said building. 

December 1 st 1709. 

[68.] To Isaiah Tay to Erect a timber building for a Dwell- 
ing house of 30 foot long 21 wide & 26 Stud with a flat roof on 
his Land Scituate between the house of Mr W m Man Northerly 
& an Old building or Tenement of the s d Tays next unto Mr 
David Jeffrys Southerly, the s d building to stand with One End 
thereof butting Easterly on Shrimptons Lane in Boston. And for 
the better Security in Case of ffire he will carry up y l side thereof 
next unto the s d Mr Mans with a Brick Wall of 30 foot in length 
the which Wall shall extend three foot higher than any of the 
timber work of the s d building. And also he will Demollish an 
Old building of about 24 foot long & 16 foot wide which is now 
standing on the Westerly side of his s d Land, the which brick 
Wall so Erected and the s d Old building demolished he presumes 
will be far Safer from fire Spreading than now it is. The s d brick 
Wall which will join with Mr Mans Warehouse will extend about 
five foot at each End beyond the breadth of the s d Warehouse 

[69.] To Rebecca Adams Widow to Erect a Timber building 
for a Dwelling house of 30 foot long 16 wide & 26 stud with a 
flat roof on her Land Scituate on the rear or Northerly end of the 
Lands of Mess Nicholas Bow & Elisha Webb butting on Creek 
Lane & Marsh Lane in Boston in the room and stead of Several 
Old buildings of late there standing upon all that spot of ground, 
& were pulled down & Demolished upon the breaking out of a 
fire within this present year. And for the better Security m Case of 
ffire She will Carry up the northerly end thereof with a brick Wall 
the which Wall shall Extend three foot higher than any of the 
timber work of the s d building. And she will make & maintain 
battlem 18 round on the roof thereof. And also She will pull down & 
demolish her Old Stable of 18 foot wide w ch is now standing within 
about six foot distant from the s d Mr Webbs house. 

[7O.] To Francis Morse of Boston Widow to Erect a Timber 
building for a Dwelling house of 43 foot long 25 wide & 26 Stud 
with a flat roof on her Land Scituate at the upper end of Han- 
nover Street in Boston the s d building to stand One end thereof 
fronting on the s d Hannover Street & One side thereof to front on 
the Southerly end of Sudbury street, the which building will be 
fifty five foot Distant from y e Dwelling house of Capt John Foy, in 
the room & stead of an Old house there now standing of about the 
same length and breadth the w ch She will Demollish and for 
the Enlargem' of the highway She will leave out One foot in 



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breadth of the whole Depth of her Land to be an Addition to the 
breadth of the upper End of Hannover Street. 

Provided She make & maintain battlem ts round the roof of 
the s d building. 

Boston January 5 th 1709. 

[71.] To Joshua Gee to Erect with Timber a Shop of 17 foot 
long & 10 feet wide on the lower end of his Wharff butting on 
the bound line of a Certain slip of Land at the North End of 
Boston ; which s d shop is of the same Dimentions with that which 
he removes & pulls down from off the s d slip of Land which was 
Leased to him by the selectmen of s d Town, the s d Lease being 
now Expired. 

Provided he no way Enlarge the same either in height length or 
breadth. 

[72.] To Ebenezer Clough to Erect a Timber building for a 
Kitchen of 17 foot long, 14 wide & 18 Studd to join in Addition 
to the Northeast end of a New Tenem 1 of his Scituate at the 
Northwest end of Love Street in Boston, the which Kitchen will 
stand 160 foot distant from any other building now standing on 
that side. 

[73.] To John Clough to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 23 foot long 17 wide & 21 stud with a flat roof 
on his Land Scituate at the South Easterly end of long Lane in 
Boston to stand 30 foot distant from any other building there 
now standing. 

[74.] To John Brewer to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 44 foot long 20 wide & 27 stud w th a flat roof 
on his Land scituate between the house in which Mr Anthony Blount 
now Dwells & the house formerly the Dwelling house of the Widow 
Turrell deed on the Northerly side of Cross Street in Boston, the s d 
building to stand One side thereof butting on Cross Street, One 
end thereof joining to the s d Blounts & the other end to the s d 
Turrels housing and for the better Security thereof in Case of 
ffire he will carry up each end of the s d building with a Brick 
Wall w ch shall extend three foot higher than the Timber work 
thereof. 

On Condition that he make Battlem" round the roof of the s d 
New building. 

January 30 th 1709. 

[75.] To John Campbell to Erect a timber building of 22 
foot long 8 wide and 14 stud on his Land to stand Joyning in Ad- 
dition to the breadth of an Old building of his of 22 foot long 16 
wide and 14 stud now standing abutting on Pudding Lane in 
Boston in which new Additional building will be Contained a 
double stack of Chimneys. 

[76.] To Gyles Fifield to Erect a Timber building for a 
Kitchen of 26 foot long 13 wide and 14 stud on his Land to stand 
joining as a Leanto in Addition to the Northerly side of that his 
Dwelling house fronting on Fleet street in Boston, the which 
Leanto will stand hundreds of feet from any other building now 
standing on that side. 



19(5 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

[77.] To Thomas Adkins to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 24 foot square & 15 stud on his Land abutting 
on Charter street over against the burying place at the North end 
of Boston, the which building will stand 80 foot Distant from any 
other building now there standing. 

[78.] To Nathaniel Henchman to Erect a Timber building 
for a Dwelling house of 43 foot long 34 wide & 25 foot stood 
with a flat roof on his Land being part of that which was Mrs 
Dorcas Peggys pasture, the which building will stand abutting on 
Salem Street in Boston & sixty foot Distant from any other build- 
ing there now standing. 

Provided he make & maintain battlem ts round on the roof of the 
s d building. 

[79.] To William Clough to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 36 foot long 24 wide and 18 stud on his Land 
being part of the pasture belonging to Samuel Sewell Esq r . abut- 
ting on Hull Street at the North end of 'Boston, the which build- 
ing will stand 60 foot Distant from the house of Daniel Berry 
which is the nearest building there now standing. 

March 23 d 1709. 

[8O.] To John Staniford to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 42 foot long 18 wide & 26 stud with a flat roof 
on that his Land which he lately purchased of Mr Samuel Meears 
Scituate between the Dwelling house of Capt Cyprian Southack 
& the house belonging to Capt John Herbert, One side of the 
s d building to stand abutting on the Northerly end of Treamount 
Street in Boston. One end thereof next to the s d Capt Southacks 
house and four foot Distant from the same, & the other end to 
stand six foot dist' from the s d Capt Herberts house in the room 
& stead of his Old house there in which the s d Mears formerly 
Dwelt of 38 foot long & 18 wide the which he will demolish, all 
Except 18 [foot] Square thereof which he intends for a Kitchen 
to stand joining to the back side of the Southerly end of his said 
New building w 011 also will be 4 foot distant from the said Capt 
Southack's house ; And for the better Security in Case of fflie he 
will Carry up that end of his said New building & that side of 
his Kitchen next unto the s d Capt Southacks And also y' end next 
to said Capt Herberts with brick & he will make & maintain bat- 
tlem ts round on the roof of s d building. 

Provided that the s d Brick work be carryed up three foot higher 
than the timber work of the s d building. 

April 6. 1710. 

[81.] To John Marion, Isaiah Tay & Thomas Hobart to 
Erect a Timber Dwelling house for the ministry on the Land for- 
merly Richard Rollings heads in Summer street at the South End 
of the Town of forty Eight foot Long and Nineteen foot wide and 
Three Stories high. 

[82.] To Addington Davenport Esq r to Cover with Shingles 
the roof of a Brick house of ffourty feet Long Twenty feet Wide 



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and Thirty feet Stud, which is to be Built on a peice of Land at 
the South End of the Town butting on Newbury Street and is to 
join to the housing of Mr Thrasher which s d Building will have a 
Dead Wall next to the said housing. also for a Timber Shop of 
Nineteen feet Long, Eleven feet wide and nine feet Stud, to join to 
the Westerly end of the house Capt. Turffrey now Dwells in, on 
part of the afores d Land. 

[83.] To William Hough Tallow Chandler to Erect a Timber 
building for a Smith Shop of Twenty foot Long fflfteen foot wide 
and Seven foot and half Stud on One side thereof and Twelve 
foot high on the Other Side to Stand next the Sea on the Lower 
End of that his Wharf e which formerly was the Wharf e of Mi- 
Henry Kimball Deceas d . the which Shop was for the Use of 
Thomas Townsend who now Occupies for a smith shop a building 
belonging to the s d William Hough of Two Stories high Standing 
nigh unto Dwellings which he will Disuse as a Smiths shop, and 
Improve the same for a Warehouse. 

[84.] To Elizabeth Delver of Boston Widow to Erect a Tinx- 
ber building for a Dwelling house of Twenty four foot Long 
Twenty foot wide, and Eighteen foot Stud, with an Addition of a 
Leanto for a Kitchen of Twelve foot wide to join on the Northerly 
side thereof on her Land butting on Cow Lane in Boston, in stead 
of an Old house of hers which was formerly the Dwelling house of 
Mr John Harrison Deceas d standing upou the same peice of Land, 
the which she Intends to Demollish, the w ch Building will stand 
sixty foot Distant from any other Building there now standing. 

[85.] To John Flag to Erect a Timber building of Sixteen 
foot in Length P^leven foot in Breadth and Twenty one foot Stud, 
with a Flat roof, to stand joining to the Front end of his Dwelling 
house, on his Land butting on Hanover Street, between the Land 
where Babbage formerly Dwelt and the house of John Vickers in 
Boston in the room of a little shop of his there now standing. 

[86.] To John Carey of Boston Brewer to Erect a Timber 
building for a Brewhouse of nifty foot Long Eighteen foot wide 
and Ten foot stud on his Land, to stand joining to Northerly End 
of that his Dwelling house w ch Stands butting on Cambridge Street 
in Boston. The which building will Stand fifty foot Distant from 
the Dwelling house of M r William Colman which is the neerest 
building there now standing. 

[87.] To Benjamin Swaine to Erect a building for a Dwelling 
House of Timber of Thirty six foot Long, Twenty foot wide and 
Eighteen foot Stud, on his Land which he Lately purchased of Mi- 
Joshua Gee, Scituate next the Land of Elder David Copp on the 
West and Fronting on Prince Street in Boston on the South, the 
which Building will stand fifty foot Distant from the s d Elder 
Copps Shop w ch is the nerest building there now standing. 

[88.] To Giles Dyer Esq r . to Erect a timber building for a 
Barn of 40 foot long 20 wide & 26 studd on his Land at the South 
end of Boston to stand with One end thereof abutting on Pond 
Street & One side thereof joining on his pasture fence on the East- 
erly side of the s d peice of ground where he intends to set his said 
Barn. 



198 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



April 24 th 1710. 

[89.] To Samuel Barrat to Erect a Timber Building of Nine 
foot in breadth next the high way and Thirty foot in Length next 
the mill creek and Twenty four stud to join in addition to the 
breadth of that his Dwelling house Scituate at the Southerly End of 
the Mill Bridge in the Room of an Old building there of the same 
breadth and Length which he hath or will Demolish the same, and 
he will Carry up the Northerly Side of the said Building next the 
s d Creek with A Brick Wall. 

Boston May 17 th 1710. 

[9O.] To John Valentine of Boston Gentleman to cover with 
Shingle a Brick house, of about 47 feet in length and 26 deep, 
which is now building in Marlborough Street ; also to make of 
Timber part of a Kitchen behind the s d house ; as also a new to 
set up with Timber an Old building of about Eighteen feet square 
which he hath removed to the lower part of his Orchard. 

[91.] To Sarah Wheeler of Boston widow to Erect a Timber 
building for a Shop of 18 foot in Length, 9 foot wide and 8 foot 
Stud, to join in Addition to the front End of that her Dwelling 
house ; next unto the housing of Mr. Samuel Hough, over against 
the South Meeting House butting on Marlborough Street in Bos- 
ton in the room and Stead of an Old Shop of the same Length & 
Breadth, there now standing the which she Intends to Demolish 

Boston June 29, 1710. 

[92.] To Capt. Nathaniel Oliver to Erect a Timber building 
or Shed of 50 foot Long, 22 wide & Six feet Stud, for the Setting 
of his Copper, on his Land adjoining to the North East side of 
his Brew house at the Lower End of Water Street in Boston, the 
s d building will Stand One hundred foot Distant, from any Dwell- 
ing house on that side. 

July 6 th 1710. 

[93.] N To Elijah Kendricks to Erect a Timber building for a 
dwelling house, of Thirty Eight foot Long 20 foot wide & 22 feejt 
Stud & also a building for a Shop of 20 foot long 10 feet wide & 
7 foot Stud both of w ch buildings to Stand on his Land abutting 
on Orange Street Over ag l the Dwelling house of Mr Dan 1 Epps at 
the South End of Boston the w ch building will Stand Sixty foot 
Distant from any other building there now Standing. 

[94.] To Thomas Walter of Boston to Erect a Timber building 
for a Dwelling house of Fourty foot long, 18 foot wide & 22 foot 
Stud with a Flat roof on his Land between the house of Mr John 
Barrell & the house of Thorn 8 Wallis at the South En d of Boston 
the s d building to Stand w th one End thereof butting on Newbury 
Street one side thereof next to the s d Barrells 50 foot distant from 
the same, the other side to Stand 8 foot Distant from tho 8 Wallis's. 
On condition that he Carry up the Northerly side of the said build- 
ing next unto the s d Wallis's w" 1 a Brick wall the w ch wall to Extend 



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3 foot higher than the Timber work & Also that he make & main- 
tain Battlem" round on the roof of the s d Building. 

August, 1, 1710. 

[95.] To Enoch Greanleaf to Erect a Timber Building for a 
Dwelling house and Shops of 72 foot long 36 foot wide & 28 foot 
Stud, Including therein the buildings already there Standing on 
the same Ground, to be Covered with a Flat roof, on his Land 
abutting on Corn Hill over against the House of the Late Widow 
Stoddard in Boston, the s d building to Stand with One side thereof 
abutting on Cornhill and the Southerly End thereof abutting on 
Water Street, Containing in Length there 36 feet or more and for 
the Better Security in Case of Fire he will Carry up Each end of 
the s d buildings witli Brick Walls and he will make & maintain 
Sufficient Plastering on all the Front Side & Battlements on the 
roof thereof. 

On Condition that he be Obliged to make the s d Brick Walls the 
first or lower Storey thereof not less in thickness than the Length 
of Two bricks and all the s d walls upwards of that to be in thick- 
ness On Brick and half, and that the s d Walls be carryed three 
foot in heighth above each part of the Timber work adjoyning 
thereto. 

[96.] To Thomas Banister to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 20 foot long 16 Wide & 26 foot Stud on his 
Land 14 foot Distant from the Eastei-ly side of the Dwelling house 
of Mr William Manley, Abutting on Winter Street in Boston the 
which building is to Stand in the room and Stead of an Old build- 
ing of about the same Length and breadth there now Standing the 
which he Intends to Demolish. 

[97.] To Benjamin Bronsdon to Erect a Timber buildings for 
a Salt house of 25 foot Long 14 foot Wide and 8 foot Stud on his 
Wharfe, to Stand 4 foot Distant below that his Smiths Shop in the 

present Tenure of Townsend and the Easterly End thereof 

joyning to a Warehouse of his Standing nigh the Lower End of 
his Wharfe below Ship Street at the North end of Boston, the said 
Spot of Wharfe having been usually Incumbred with Lumber and 
cumbustable things. 

[98.] To Richard Estice to Erect a Timber building or Shed 
for a Wood house and Stable of Seventy five foot in Length, 
twelve foot Wide and six foot Stud on his Wharfe at the Lower 
End of Cold [Lane] next to the Mill Pond, which formerly was 
William Mumfords in Boston. 

[99.] To Major Thomas Fitch on the behalf of Edward 
Shippen Esq r . to Erect a Timber building or Leantoo for a Store 
house of Thirty six foot in Length for 16 foot Wide and Nine foot 
Stud, on the Lower End of his Wharfe on the Northerly Side of 
Merch ts Row in Boston the Southerly Side of the s d building to 
Stand joyning on a Dead Brick Wall of a Warehouse belonging 
to Andrew Belcher Esq. the northerly end about 5 or 6 foot Dis- 
tant from the s d Shippens Dock and the- Westerly End about One 
hundred and Fifty foot Distant from his Brick Warehouse in the 
place and Stead of an Old Timber building there of the same 



200 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Dementions, the which Shall be wholly Demolished and he will 
Cover the roof of s' 1 building with Slate, he was fully Intended to 
Carry up the sides with Brick, but finding there is no Suitable 
foundation for the same. Provided that the s d building be Slated 
in three Months time from the Date hereof. 

October 5 th 1710. 

[1OO.] To the Hono ble Colonel Francis Nicholson the Min- 
isters Church Wardens an.d Vestry of the Church of England in 
Boston to Erect with Timber on the Land granted them by the 
Town, an Addition to the s d Church they promising to ruff Cast 
or Plaister the s d Building to Secure it from fire. 

October 30. 1710. 

[1O1.] To William Payne Merchant to Cover wifc'l Sbingle 
the roof of a New Brick house which he is now building, of 32 
foot Square, and 27 foot Stud, between the house of Mr John 
Campbell and the house of Enoch Greenleaf in Cornhill ; Heprom- 
isiug to make and maintain Sufficient Battlements round the s d 
roof. 

[1O2.] To James Codner to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of Thirty two foot long, Twenty foot wide in 
the Front & 16 foot wide in the Rear & 25. foot Stud with a Flatt 
roof on his Land Scituate between the Stone house of the Late 
Mrs Lawrence dece'd, & a New building now Erecting by John 
Brewer, Abutting on Cross Street in Boston, the which building 
will Stand One End thereof fronting on s d Street One side thereof 
Adjoining to the s d Brewers house & the Easterly side next to the 
said Stone house & 25 foot Distant from the Lane, in the room & 
Stead of an Old building there now Standing of more than that 
Length, and breadth the which he Intends to Demolish. And for 
the better Security thereof in Case of Fire he will Carry up a Dead 
Brick Wall Extending from the Brick wall of S d Brewers house as 
far back as the Length of his s d building So that the Westerly 
side of his s d building will be wholly of brick, and he will also 
make and maintain Battlements round on the roof of his s d building. 

Boston November 23, 1710. 

[1O3.] To Capt. Thomas Gilbert to Erect a Timber building 
or Shed of 44 foot long 24 foot wide and 7 foot Stud and to Cover 
the same with a roof to Stand Leantoo wise, to be Improved for 
the building of Boats in, On his Wharffe on the Easterly side 
of the housing of Widow Downes in Ship Street in Boston Sixty 
foot Distant from the s d housing and Thirty foot Distant from the 
Smith Shop and Sheds of Mr Benjamin Bronsdon. 

January the 5 th 1710. 

[1O4.J To Stephen Minott to Erect a Timber building for a 
Wheelwright Shop of 18 foot long Twelve foot wide and eight 
foot Stud, on his Land being part of the New Settlement on the 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 201 

Neck leading to Roxbury, lying to the Southward of that which 
formerly was Justice Lyndes Pasture. 

[1O5.] To James How to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 21 foot long, 17 foot wide and 22 foot Stud with 
a Flatt roof on his Land Scituate on the South Easterly side of 
Mr John Greenough's at the North End of Boston the s d building 
to Stand 14 foot Distant from the Southerly Corner of the s d Green- 
oughs Dwelling house, and the Southerly side thereof to Stand 40 
foot Distant from your Petitioners own present Dwelling house, 
and 100 foot Distant from any other building now Standing on 
either of the other sides thereof in the room of an Old building 
there now Standing of 14 foot long 8 foot wide, and 14 foot Stud, 
the which he Intends to Demolish and he will make and maintain 
Battlements round on the roof of his s d building. 

Boston January the 29 th 1710. 

[1O6.] To James Pecker to Erect a timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 36 foot long, 30 foot wide, and 18 foot Stud 
on his Land abutting on Salem Street oyer agt the housing of 
Widow Peggy in Boston, the South Westerly Corner of the s d 
building to Stand Thirty foot Distant from the North Easterly 
Corner of the new Dwelling house of John Harwood being that 
which was Mrs Carwitheus the neerest Dwelling there now Stand- 
ing. 

[1O7.] To John Clough to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 26 foot long, 25 foot wide, & 19 foot stud with 
a flatt roof on his Land Scituate between the house of Joseph 
Simpson Dece'd, and the house of Mr Daniel Epes, abutting on 
Orange Street in Boston, the s d building to stand about 70 foot 
Distant from the s d Epes's house which is the nearest building 
there on that side of the way. 

[1O8.] To Elisha Storey to Erect a timber building for a 
Dwelling house of Thirty nine foot long 18 foot wide and 17 foot 
Stud on his Land Abutting on Cambridge Street in Boston to 
Stand with one end thereof fronting on the s d Street in the room 
and Stead of an Old building of about the same Length there now 
Standing, which formerly was the Dwelling house of Mr Jeremiah 
Fitch Dec'd the which he Intends to Demollish 

[1O9.] To Matthew Butler to Erect a timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 34 foot long 32 foot wide and 22 foot Stud with 
a Flatt roof on his Land Abutting on Love Street in Boston, the 
s d building to Stand with One side thereof fronting Northerly on 
the s d Street, and One side thereof to stand 4 foot and half 
distant from the Westerly side of Ebenezer Cloughs Dwelling 
house, and full 60 foot Distant from the nearest building now 
standing, on either of the other sides, and for the better Security 
thereof in Case of Fire he will Carry up the Easterly side thereof 
next unto the said Cloughs with a Dead brick Wall, On Condition 
That he carry up the said Brick Wall 3 foot higher than any of the 
timber work of the said building. 

' [11O.] To Samuel Phillips to Erect 2 Several timber buildings 
for Dwelling housing on his Land on the Neck leading to Rox- 



202 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

bury, Abutting on the Spott of ground where the old Fortification 
or breast work lately stood at the South End of Boston Vizt. One 
of the s d buildings to stand on the Westerly and the other on the 
Easterly side of the high way there, Each of them to be 32 foot 
in length 27 foot wide and 20 foot Stud with flat roofs. 

Boston March the 1 st 1710. 

[111.] To Andrew Belcher Esq r . to Erect a Timber building 
for a Warehouse of Forty five foot long 21 foot wide and 17 foot 
Stud on his Wharffe lying on the Seaboard side of his Warehouse 
nigh the Town Dock in Boston, The which building will Stand 
more than a 100 foot Distant from any other Building there now 
Standing, Provided that no part of the s d building Shall Stand 
further out (in the Cove) beyond the Circular Line formerly 
Agreed to by the Towne and as Delineated in the Plan. 

[112.] To Oliver Noyes and Comp a Undertakers of the New 
Wharffe at the Lower End of King Street to Erect a Range of 
Buildings of timber for Warehouses of about 19 feet in Breadth 
and 20 foot Stud with-Flatt Roofs of about Four foot and half 
Pitch on their Propriet}' on the North side of the s d Range of 
Wharffe there to be made & finished abutting Northerly on the 
Cove or Dock lying before the s d Town, and the Southerly side 
thereof to Stand Fronting on a Wharffe of Thirty foot wide there 
to be made and remain uniucumbred as a highway for the Inhabi- 
tants &c. The Length of said building to extend from the Cir- 
cular Line Eastward towards the Sea alwayes leaving a Convenient 
Space at the Outermost End thereof for Gunns. and for the better 
Security thereof against Fire they will make and maintain Battle- 
ments or Rayls round the Roofs. 

[113.] To Erasmus Stevens to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 38 foot long, nineteen foot wide and 18 foot 
Stud with a Pitch Roof on his Land abutting Northerly on Beer 
Lane in Boston, one End of the s d building to Stand 23 foot Dis- 
tant from the house known by the name of Docf Hughes's house 
Standing on the North side of the s d Lane and 70 foot Distant 
from any other building there now standing and also an Additional 
Building at the Southerly End of s d house for a Kitchen of 12 foot 
square which likewise will Stand full 70 foot Distant from any 
other building as aforesaid. 

[114.] To John Pecker to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 48 foot long 30 foot wide and 17 foot Studd on 
his Land being part of that which was the Pasture Land of Samuel 
Sewall Esq r . abutting on Hull Street at the North End of Boston. 
The said building to Stand with the Southerly End thereof front- 
ing to the s d Street, and the Easterly side thereof to Stand 17 foot 

Distant from a Low Dwelling house of William which is by 

far the nearest building there now Standing. 

Boston April 5 th 1711. 

[115.] To John Clarke Esq r to Erect a Timber building for a 
Warehouse of Sixty foot Length, 18 foot breadth and 16 foot stud 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 203 

on the Flatts below the Northerly side of his Wharffe which lyes 
before his Mansion house in Boston, the said building to Stand 44 
foot from the nearest building, and at a far greater Distance from 
any other building now Standing. 

[116.] To John Barrat to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of Thirty Eight foot long 19 foot wide and 16 
foot Stud on his Land being part of that which was Mr John 
Loves pasture and on the North West side thereof at the North 
End of Boston, the which building will Stand 90 foot Distant 
from a building which Mr Mathew Butler is now about to Erect 
for a dwelling house and as farr from any other building now 
standing. 

[117.] To Benjamin Gibson to Erect a Timber building for 
a Dwelling house of 40 foot long, Twenty foot wide and Twenty 
Seven foot Stud with a Flatt roof on his Land abutting on Han- 
nover Street in Boston nigh over against the house of Mr Allen, 
where Mr Arthur Jeffryes now Dwells, between the house of John 
Flagg and the house and the house where Nathaniel Elithorp 
Dwells the said building to stand with One End thereof Fronting 
to the said Street, the Northerly side thereof will stand five foot 
Distant from the Brick side of s d Elithorps house, and the 
Southerly side of said building which will Stand joyning to said* 
Flags, he will Carry up with a Dead brick Wall which Shall 
Extend 3 foot in Highth above the timber work of his s d building & 
he will make & maintain Railes or Battlements round on the rooff 
thereof. 

[118.] To James Varney to Erect a Timber building for a 
Kitchen of 26 foot long, 14 foot wide and 18 foot Stud with a 
Flatt Roof to Stand with One side thereof as a Leantoo adjoyning 
on the North East End of his Dwelling house which Stands abut- 
ting on Charter Street in Boston, And Whereas the North West End 
of the said Kitchen will Stand within about 8 foot Distant from 
Mrs Wilkins house, he will Carry up the said End with a Dead 
Brick Wall which Shall Extend in heighth Three foot above any 
of the Timber work thereof. 

[HO.] To James Barnes to Erect a Timber building of 20 
foot long, 20 foot wide & 16 foot Stud, for his better Accomoda- 
tion in Screwing of Hay, at the lower End of his Wharffe on the 
Easterly side of Mackrill Lane in Boston in the Room and Stead 
of a Leantoo of the same length & breadth there now standing, 
the which he Intends to Demollish. 

[12O.] To Isaac Dafforne to Erect a timber building for a 
Shop of 16 foot Square and 8 foot Stud on his Land fronting on 
Milk Street at the End of Mackrill Lane in Boston, the which 
building will Stand 14 foot distant from a Tenement of Mr Sam 1 
Marshalls and 18 foot Distant from any other Building. 

Boston April 3 d . 1711. 

[121.] To John Barrell to Enlarge a Small timber Shop now 
Standing, joyuing to the North Corner of his Dwelling house, 
Abutting on Newbury Street in Boston and to make it into a 
Building for a Shop to stand there of 16 foot long, 14 foot wide 



204 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

and 9 foot Stud with a Flatt roof, the Northerly End of the Shop 
will Stand about 28 foot Distant from the house of Thomas 
Waters which is the neerest building there now standing. 

[122.] To Habijah Savage, For that Whereas in the year 
1708, He Did Obtain a License to Erect with Timber a building 
for Shops of 80 foot long 20 foot wide and 15 foot high on the 
North side and 1 1 foot high on the South side, and to Cover the 
same with a Flat roof on his Wharffe Abutting on the Town's 
Slip nigh Scarlets Wharffe in Boston, the said building to stand 
36 foot below the Northerly End of Fish Street; Which he finds 
Inconvenient in a building of that Breadth to Cover the same so 
as to Cast the Water all One way as he first Intended ; It's Now 
Consented to That he Extend the said building to fourteen foot 
Stud on Each side thereof, and to Cover the same with a Roof of 
a Flatt Pitch instead of the abovesaid Heigth : 

[123.] To John Tuttle of Rumney Marsh to Erect a Timber- 
building for a Dwelling house of 40 foot long 18 foot wide and 16 
foot stud on his Land over against the Dwelling house of James 
Ingles dece'd now belonging to M r James Grant, Scituate and 
abutting on Prince Street in Boston, One End of the said building 
to Stand Abutting on the said Street, and he will Cany up Each 
side thereof with Brick, The Rear or Northerly End of the said 
building he Intends to joyn to part of an Old timber building there 
standing which he will Improve there as a Kitchen, and he will 
Demollish the Front End of his Old house there now standing 
upon the same ground where the Front End of his said New build- 
ing will Stand. 

[124.] To Thomas Powell to Erect a Timber building for a 
Goldsmith Shop for his Son of 15 foot long 12 foot wide and 9 
foot stud with a Flatt Roof on his Land Abutting on Newbury 
Street in Boston One End of the said building to Stand joyning to 
the Northerly End of your Petitioners Dwelling house and the 
other End thereof to stand about Thirt}' foot Distant from the 
Dwelling house of Mr John Barrell, On Condition that he Carry 
up the End next to Mr Barrells house with a Brick Wall to 
Extend in Heighth three foot above the Timber work thereof. 

Boston May 3 d 1711. 

[125.] To Robert Cock of Boston Fisherman, For that 
Whereas as he had a Timber building of his now Standing on the 
Backside of the house of the Widow Joles Scituate and butting 
on Prince Street in Boston being 17 foot long, about 11 foot wide 
and about 14 foot Studd, which was formerly Improved as a Cow 
house and stands neerest to other buildings then it will at the place 
whereto he would carry it. It's Now Consented to That he remove 
and Carry the said building from the place where it now stands, 
and place it upon his Laud Abutting on the aforesaid Street 
between the Land of John Goffe, and the Land of Samuel Hood 
and to Improve the same for a small Dwelling house whicli will 
then stand 13 foot Distant from the s d Hoods Dwelling house 
which is by farr the neerest building there now standing. 



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May 17, 1711. 

[126.] To Col. Thomas Savage, Whereas he has an Old 
Dwelling house of 27 foot long, 24 wide Now standing abutting 
on Salt Lane in Boston about Two foot and half Distant below 
Mr Mannings Salt house which building he Intends to remove 
about 14 foot down towards Scottows Dock and so further from 
the s d Salt house and he being Desirous to Erect an Additional 
building of the same Length with his s d house and Adjoyniug thereto 
of about 14 foot breadth and 32 foot Studd with a Flatt Rooff 
to stand next the s d Salt house on the same ground from 
whence he Intends to remove his s d Old house. It's Consented to 
That he Erect the said building with Timber. Provided that in 
removing the said Old building he no ways Streighten or lessen the 
highway or ways next thereunto Adjoyning and also that he Carry 
up that side of his said building next the said Salt house with a 
Dead Brick Wall Extending three foot above the Timber work. 

June 14, 1711. 

[127.] To Joseph Peason to Erect a Timber building for a 
Dwelling house of 25 foot long 18 wide & 23 foot Stud with a 
Flat roof on his Land Scituate between the Lands of John Bennit 
and the house of Zacheriah Trescott One End of said building to 
stand Abutting on Orange Street in Boston, the Southerly side 
thereof to stand Twenty two foot Distant from the said Trisects 
house and the Northerly side of the same will be more than 100 
foot Distant from any other building now standing on that side. 

[128.] To John Lothrop to Erect a Timber building for part 
of a Dwelling house of 20 foot in Breadth Southwesterly next the 
highway and 12 foot in Depth to joyn in Addition to his other 
buildings there standing on the North East towards the Sea and 
16 foot Stud on his Land Abutting on Mackrill Lane nigh the 
house which formerly was the Castle Tavern in Boston in the 
room and stead of an Old building of the same Length and breadth 
there now standing the which he Intends to Demollish and also he 
will Demollish another Old building Adjoyning next to Crab Lane 
of about the same Dimentions which formerly hath been Improved 
as a Joyners Shop. The Land there being Marsh of a great Depth 
where a Foundation for building with Brick cannot be made with- 
out an Excessive Charge. 

August 14 th , 1711. 

[129.] To Edward Hutchinson to Erect a timber building for 
a Smiths shop of 22 foot long, 18 foot wide and 9 foot Studd on 
his wharffe below the Shops belonging to Elisha Hutchinson Esq r 
in Fish Street in Boston to stand 25 foot Distant from the s d shops 
and 11 foot Distant from Mr Jabes Salters Smith Shop which are 
the neerest buildings there now standing. 

September 6 th 1711. 

[13O.] To Capt. Nathaniel Oliver to Erect a Timber building 
for a Stable of 16 foot long; 9 foot wide and 12 foot Stud on his 



206 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Land being a Pasture which he hires of Mr John Leverett scituate 
nigh Leveretts Lane in Boston, the which building will stand sixty 
foot Distant from any other building there now Standing. 

[131.] To John Beauchamp to Erect a Timber building of 18 
foot long fifteen foot wide and Ten foot Stud on his Land on the 
backside of his Dwelling house in Newbury Street in Boston the 
which building will stand 150 foot Distant & from any other build- 
ing there now standing. 

September 6, 1711. 

[132.] To Thomas Palmer Esq r . to Erect a Timber building 
for a Washhouse of 20 foot long Fifteen foot wide and 8 foot stud 
to Stand Joyning to his new Brick house Scituate in that Pasture 
belonging to Eliakim Hutchinson Esq r . nigh the Fort Hill in Boston, 
Also One other building for a Woodhouse to Joyn to the s d Wash- 
house of 35 foot long 9 wide & 7 foot stud And also One other 
Building for a Stable of 25 foot long 15 wide and 15 Stud to stand 
about 10 feet Distant from the said Woodhouse, All of which 
buildings will stand far Distant from any other buildings there now 
standing. And also to Cover his new Brick house with shingle. 

September 13. 1711. 

133.] To Mary Edwards to Erect a timber building for a 
warehouse of 24 foot long 16 wide and 16 Stud with a Flat roof on 
the Lower part of her Wharffe lying before her house in Fish street 
in Boston, the said building to stand in the room and Stead of an 
Old timber Warehouse there now standing of the same Length 
breadth and heigth, the which she will Demolish. 

July 15 th . 1712. 

[134.] To Edward Gray of Boston Ropemaker to Erect a Timber 
building of Forty foot long 20 foot wide and 8 foot studd to stand 
abutting the Southerly end thereof on Cow Lane ; Also a Range 
of Sheds of Ten feet wide and seven feet studd and Four hundred 
feet in Length North Westerly and One End adjoyning to the 
former on a peice of Land which he lately purchased for a Rope- 
walk being the Rear or North Easterly side of that Land formerly 
known by the name of Atkinsons pasture nigh Long lane in 
Boston,, 

Provided That the said buildings be continued to stand for no 
longer time than the same be Improved as a Ropewalk. 

October 29.' 1712. 

[135.] To William Skinner to Erect a Timber building for a 
Stable and Cow house of Twenty two foot long, eighteen feet 
wide, and Sixteen foot Studd to stand on his Land Fifty feet 
distant from the Easterly End of his Dwelling house, Scituate & 
abutting on the Easterly side of Orange Street in Boston, and 
farther distant from any other building there now standing. 



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January 8 th 1712. 

[136.] To John Clark Esq r to Remove three shops now 
standing in the Front of his Land on fflsh street unto the Front of 
his Land in Middle street where they will be less obnoxious to 
ffire ; in the room whereof he will Erect a Brick house which will 
be a better preservative to the neighbourhood in Case of Fire. 

March 12 th 1712. 

[137.] To Sundry Inhabitants of the North End of Boston to 
Erect with Timber a Meeting house for the Public Worship of God 
of Sixty-five feet long forty eight feet wide and thirty feet Stud 
with a Flat roof and Battlements round the same on a peice of 
Land Commonly known by the Name of Major Richards's past- 
ure, Abutting Westerly on North Street, and Southerly on New 
Street, the said building to stand Fifty foot from any Dwelling 
house there now standing. 

[138.] To Isaiah Tay to Erect with Timber a building for a 
Dwelling house of 40 foot long 38 foot wide and 24 foot Stud on 
his Land Scituate on the Southerly side of the Starr Tavern in 
Boston, the said building to stand with One side thereof abutting 
on Hannover Street, and is to be in the room of the Dwelling 
house of the late Thomas Harwood dece'd of about the same 
Length and breadth and the better to prevent the spreading of 
Fire he will Carry up both Ends thereof with a dead brick Wall, 
to be Three foot higher than any part of t. 'e Timber work and 
will also plaister the Front of the said building. 

April 10 th , 1713. 

[139.] To Samuel Wentworth to remove his house next the 
Sea in which Mr Ralph Carter dec'd formerly dwelt Forty foot 
lower down upon his Wharffe and to remove his house where Mrs 
Hall now dwells lower down on the s d Wharffe, and also to remove 
the Row of Shops now standing on the upper side and Mr Gerrish's 
Shop on the lower side of the Street to such place or places on the 
said Wharffe as the Select men shall advise & direct, the s d Went- 
worth having lately purchased the housing and Lands of Capt 
Thomas Lake dece'd Scituate in Anne Street, and Intending to 
make the said Street there more Commodious by adding to the 
breadth thereof Twelve or fourteen feet as the Select Men shall 
advise, and to Erect Brick buildings on the full Front of his s d 
Land on Each side of the highway. 

[14O.] To William Tilley to remove his Timber buildings 
lately Erected on a piece of Land belonging to Eliakira Hutchin- 
son Esq r which he improved for a Ropewalk to a piece of Land 
next adjoining which he lately purchased of the heirs of Mr At- 
kinson he Continuing the same for the aforesaid use only : & also 
to Erect with Timber a building for a Warehouse of 30 foot long 
25 feet wide & 15 feet studd on his Wharffe standing on the sea- 
board side before the Land formerly Gov" Searle's being farr dis- 
tant from any other building there now standing. 



208 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

July the 30 th 1713 

[141.] To James Ponniman, For that Whereas he is about to 
Repair a Dwelling house of his, boing a Corner house fronting 
towards Summer Street and Maryborough Street in Boston, and 
being Desirous to Erect in Addition thereto upon a Vacant strip of 
Land of his (next to Summer Street) A New side to his s d building 
of Twenty two foot long and Twenty six foot stud, which will En- 
large his s d house Eighteen Inches wide in the Front next to Marl- 
borough Street and five foot wider in the Rear, and he will Cover 
the whole house with a Flatt Roof and make battlemts round the 
same, the which New side will stand more than Fifty foot distant 
from Mr Joseph Aliens Shop, which is the nearest building on 
that side. 

August the 13 th 1713. 

[142.] To Capt. Nathanael Oliver to Erect with Timber a 
building for a Kitchen of 22 foot long 14 foot wide and 15 foot 
Stud to stand in his yard with One End thereof Adjoyning to the 
middle part of the Southerly side of his Brick Warehouse at the 
lower End of Water Street in Boston, Provided the Two Ends 
thereof be of Brick and that he plaister or Rough Cast the Two 
sides which are of Timber and Cover the Roof thereof with slate. 

August the 14 th , 1713 

[143.] To Henry Hill to Erect with Timber a New building 
for a Barn or Store house of 32 foot long 18 foot wide and 14 foot 
stud to Stand on his Wharffe next the Sea about 100 foot below his 
Still house which is the nearest building there now standing. 

October the 8 th 1713. 

[144.] To Thomas Banister to Erect a Timber building for a 
Barn or Storehouse of Thirty foot long 20 wide and 18 Stud with 
a flatt roof on his Land Scituate at the lower end of the Common 
or Training feildin Boston, the said building to stand Abutting the 
So. Easterly side thereof on the said Common and the South 
Westerly end thereof on the beach next the Sea, and more than 
One thousand foot distant from any other building now standing. 

October 9 th 1713. 

[145.] To Samuel Rand, That Whereas he is now Erecting a 
building for a Dwelling house of brick abutting on King Street 
over against the Town house in Boston and his Land being narrow 
So as that the Rear End of his said building within the side Walls of 
brick will not be full Twelve foot and half in breadth on the lower 
story and Sixteen foot wide from thence upwards so that he can- 
not possibly carry up the same with Brick so as to have room for 
Lights and Doors. It's now Consented to That he carry up the s d 
End with Timber provided he Sufficiently Cover all the Timber work 
of that End (Excepting the doors and Windows) with Slate Stone. 



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January the 5 th 1713. 

[146.] To Robert Cojo, to remove a Timber building being 
a Barn or Workhouse of 20 foot long 16 wide and 12 foot Stud 
now standing nigh the Dwelling house where Deacon Sanders 
formerly dwelt at the South end of Boston and to place y e same in 
a pasture which he hath hired of Jeremiah Dummer Esq r Scituate 
on the Southerly side of Long lane in Boston aforesaid and there 
to Improve the same to dwell in which will stand about 12 foot 
distant from the s d Dummers Coach house and farr remote from 
any other building there now standing. 

March the 11 th 1713. 

[147.] To Daniel Allen of Boston Inholder to Erect a Timber 
building for a Barn of 40 foot long 25 foot wide & 14 foot Stud on 
si peice of Land which he hires of Andrew Belcher Esq r on the 
Southerly side of Pond Street in Boston. The which building will 
stand Sixty three foot distant from any or the nearest building 
now there standing. Provided it be not Improved hereafter to any 
other use than that of a Barn or stable. 

Boston April 8 th 1713. 

[148.] To Capt. Thomas Huthinson to Erect a Timber 
building for a dwelling house of 40 foot long 16 wide & 22 Studd 
where an Old Brewhouse now stands on the Northerly side of that 
his Wharffe belonging to & lying on the Easterly side of the 
Dwelling house in which Mr John Vial lately dwelt being on the 
Easterly side of Ship Street in Boston and also an Addition of 
other buildings for Shops or Storehouses to stand Joyning thereto 
in the same Range of 60 feet in length 16 foot wide & 12 studd 
and he will Demolish the s d Old Brew house & the other buildings in 
that range belonging thereto of about the same breadth with that 
which he Intends to build new, and also he will Demolish his 
other row of old buildings now standing on the South side of that 
his Wharffe which was Mr Vials and he will leave that space 
Vacant & unbuilt. 

Provided the whole building be not above 16 foot stud & that 
the same be 20 foot distant from the above-mentioned Dwelling 
house. 

\_sic.~] [147.] To George Terrant to Erect a timber building 
for a Dwelling house of 34 foot long 18 wide & 18 studd on his 
Land on the Westerly side of the highway leading to Roxbury being 
part of the new Settlem" nigh the line of Defence at the South 
end of Boston. The which building will stand 400 foot distant 
from any building now there standing provided he carry up one 
end thereof with a brick Wall. 

Boston April 26 th . 1714. 

[sic.] [148.] To Andrew Belcher Esq r to Erect a Timber 
building for a Dweling house of 42 foot long 36 wide & 25 studd 
on a peice of Land of his abutting Westerly on Newbury Street & 



210' CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Northerly on Pond Street at the South end of Boston & for the 
better preventing the spreading of fflre he will Plaister or Rough 
Cast that side of the s d building which will stand abutting on 
Newbury Street Carry up Each end thereof with a dead Brick 
Wall Cover the roof w th slate, the which building will stand about 
30 foot distant from any building now standing at Either end 
thereof & more than One hundred foot Distant from any building 
on ye Rear or Easterly side in the room & stead of an Old 
dwelling house on ye same ground now there standing the which 
he intends to Demolish. 

[149.] To John Colman to Erect a Timber building fora 
Kitchen of 20 foot square to Joyn in Addition to the Northerly 
end of that his dwelling house or Tenemen' comonly called or 
known by the Name of the Bowling Green nigh unto Cambridge 
Street in Boston the which building will stand 40 foot distant from 
any other building there now standing on that side & is in the same 
place & stead of an Old Kitchen of 20 foot long & 18 wide there 
now standing the which he intends to demolish. 

[15O.] To Samuel Wentworth, That Whereas he having for- 
merly by his petition dated the 6 th of April 1713. Set forth his In- 
tentions to make the highway in Anne Street more Commodious 
by adding to the breadth thereof Twelve or ffourteen foot out of 
his own Land so as the Select men shall advise and to Erect brick 
buildings on the full front of his Land on each side of the said high- 
way, and Whereas there was then standing on his Land four dis- 
tinct timber buildings, which he then asked the liberty of removing 
& placing the same down on his Wharffe Vizt that his house in 
which Mr Ralph Carter formeily dwelt to stand 40 foot lower down 
on his wharffe that his house in which Mrs Hall lately dwelt to 
stand yet further down on his wharffe than the former & to remove 
that his row of Shops then standing on the upper side and Mr 
Gerrishs Shop on the lower side of the way to stand on such place 
or places of his Wharffe which was then Erecting as the Selectmen 
of the s d Town should advise And Direct, the which Petition was 
approved & License granted him so to remove & place the s d build- 
ing. Since which he hath considered of another way of building 
on his s d Wharffe more for the benefit & safety of his Estate there 
(& as he Conceives) of Greater security to prevent the spreading 
of fflre, than what he formerly proposed. It's Now Consented to 
that Lycence be granted him to Erect a Timber building for a Dwell- 
ing house of 40 foot long 22 wide & 27 studd to stand on is afores'd 
Wharffe 70 foot distant below the highway & he will Carry up each 
end of the s d building next the North West & South East with a 
dead brick Wall which shall Extend three foot higher than the 
Timber work thereof & as a further argument to obtain the grant 
of his Petition he hath already demolished that his house in which 
Mr Hall dwelt & intends to Demolish One half of that house in 
which Mr Carter dwelt both which were before intended to stand 
in the room of this which he now Petitions for in hopes of a Grant. 

June 16 th 1714. 
[151.] To Deacon John Marion and others the Comittee for 



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the first Church of Christ in Boston to Erect a Timber building of 
16 foot long 12 wide and 16 Stud to Joyn in Addition to the North 
Westerly Corner of that the Dwelling house where the Reverend 
Mr Benj a Wadsworth now dwells in the room and stead of an Old 
building of 12 foot Square now there standing the which they 
intend to Demolish, the which Additional building will stand remote 
from any other building now standing. 

July 13 th 1714. 

[152.] To John Baker of Boston Blacksmith to Erect a 
Timber building for a Storehouse of 40 foot long 14 wide and 12 
Stud on his Wharffe next the Sea Scituate on the Easterly end of 
his Father Deacon Bakers Shop & Wharffe on tlie Easterly side of 
Ship Street in Boston, the which building will stand 30 foot dis- 
tant from the Easterly end of his Colehouse now Standing there and 
One Corner at the lower or Easterly end thereof will stand about 
Eight foot distant from Robert Fethergills Slaughter house and at 
a farr Greater Distance from any other building now standing ; 
the s d Wharffe where the said building is intended to be sett being 
wholly unfit, there being no foundation to sett a Brick building on. 

August 19 th 1714. 

[153.] To Eleazer Dorby to Erect a Timber building for a 
Stable 22 feet in length and 18 wide to Entertain his hay and 
horses, upon his pasture Land Scituate & abutting on Sea Street 
in Boston, which building will stand at 40 feet distance from any 
other building there now standing. 

Provided it be not hereafter Improved to any other use than that 
of a Barn or stable. 

Aug 19 th . 1714. 

[1.54.] To John Briggs of Boston to Erect a timber building 
at the Westermost End or Rear of his Dwelling house at the South 
End of Boston fronting to Newbury Street of 18 feet wide & 20 
long in the room of an Old Decayed building there now standing 
which he will Demolish & intends to carry up a Brick Wall on the 
North side and at the end adjoyning to his Dwelling house the 
other part to be of Timber. 

Boston October 14 th 1714. 

[155.] To Thomas Jones and Christopher Monk to Erect a 
timber building for a Dwelling house of 40 feet long 30 wide and 
Eighteen Stud on a peice of Land which they lately bought of Mr 
Joshua Gee Scituate on the Northerly side of Prince Street 
between the Dwelling house of the late Benj a Swaens and the 
house which formerly was Daniel Travis's next to Snowhill at the 
North end of Boston the which building will sband 53 foot distant 
from the nearest building there now standing & for the better 
security in Case of ffire they will carry up the North West End 
thereof next to Benj a Swaens with a .dead Brick Wall which shall 
Extend Two foot and half higher than the Timber work thereof & 
Plaster or Rough Cast the s 4 Easterly end next to the said Travis's 



212 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

& they will also place Battlements on the Roof. Provided the 
Petitioners carry up both Ends of the abovementioned building 
with a dead Brick Wall to extend two foot & half above the 
Timber work thereof. 

[156. J To Stephen Honiwell of Boston Boatman to Erect a 
timber building for a Dwelling house of 32 foot long 20 wide & 15 
stud on his Land being part of that which was formerly known by 
the name of Atkinsons pasture at the South end of Boston, the 
which building will stand abutting on a New Street which is In- 
tended to be laid out there & One hundred & Eighty foot distant 
from any other building there now standing & more than 100 foot 
distant from the Land of Theodore Atkinson Esq r . - 

[157.] To Benjamin Johns to Erect a Timber building for a 
Barn or Stable for the Common Entertainment of horses of 24 foot 
wide 42 long and 15 stud on His Land Scituate & Abutting on or 
nigh Summer Street in Boston the which building will stand 100 
foot distant from his own Dwelling house there and at a farr 
greater distance from any other buildiug there now standing. 

Provided the afores d buildiug be Improved hereafter to no other 
use than that of a Barn or Stable. 



December 2 d 1714. 

[158.] To Benjamin Andrews of Boston Marriner to Erect a 
Timber building for a Dwelling house of 40 foot long 20 wide & 

26 studd on his Land being part of that Commonly known by the 
name of Atkinsons pasture at the Southerly part of Boston the 
which building is to stand One End thereof abutting on a New 
highway there laid out & called Atkinsons Street between the Land 
of Capt. Nath 1 . Green on the North and the Land of Edward Grey 
on the South One side of s d building to stand abutting on s d Capt 
Greens Land, the which side he will Carry up with a dead brick 
Wall Extending Three foot higher than the timber work of s d build- 
ing and the Rear or Easterly end thereof will stand 80 foot distant 
from Mr Greys Ropeshed which is the nearest building there now 
standing. 

[159.] To William Tilley of Boston Ropemaker to Erect a 
Timber building for a Dwelling house of 48 foot long 22 wide and 

27 studd together with an Additional building for a Kitchen of 15 
foot square to Joyn on the P^asterly end thereof, On his Land being 
part of that which formerly was Gov r Searle's pasture abutting on 
Cow Lane in Boston the which building will stand with the North 
Westerly end thereof next to Cow Lane and at that End 53 foot 
distant from his own work house and the Northerly Corner will 
stand 45 foot distant from an Old house in which Widow Puncheon 
lately dwelt which are the nearest buildings there and at a fan- 
Greater Distance from any other building now standing, And for 
the better security in Case of Fire he will carry up- Each End of 
the s d building w 01 a Dead brick Wall Extending three foot higher 
than the Timber work thereof. & he will plaister or Rough Cast the 
South Westerly side of the s d building. 



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March y e 4 th 1714. 

[16O.] To Thomas Selby of Boston Perriwigg maker to 
Erect a Shop or building of Timber at the Eastermost end of Mr 
Butlers Row of Brick buildings fronting to King street in Boston 
upon a peice of the said Butlers Wharffe and Flatts to be twenty 
feet wide Thirty feet long and Twenty feet Stud ; Provided he 
carry up a Brick Wall at the Easterly end and rough Cast the 
other end, and sides thereof, and Cover the roef with Slate, and 
make and maintain Battlements on the same. 

April the 28. 1715 

[161.] To David Colson of Boston Leather Dresser (in order 
to the carrying on his Trade) to Erect a timber building for a Work- 
house of 40 feet long 20 wide & 23 Stud with a Flatt on the Top of 
the Roof on his Land Scituate on the Northerly side of Frogg Lane 
at the South end of Boston in the room and stead of an old Barn 
there now Standing, the which Barn he intends to remove unto the 
Rear of his s d Land there to stand 50 foot distant from any other 
building there now Standing, the which new building which he now 
desires to Erect will stand with the South side theieof fronting to 
and abutting on the afores d Lane and the North side thereof will 
'stand 30 foot distant from the s d Colsons own Dwelling house which 
is the nearest building there a>nd 40 feet distant from any other 
building there standing and he will make and maintain Battlements 
on the Top of the same for the better security in Case of ffire. 

[163'.] To John G-reenough of Boston Shipwright to Erect a 
timber building for a Smiths Shop of 40 foot long 18 wide & 12 
high on the one side & 8 Studd on the other side on a hollow 
Wharffe of his lying below a Certain Tenement or Dwelling house 
of his Scituate at the lower End of North Street in Boston, the 
which Shop or building is to stand 30 foot distant from his afores d 
Tenement which is the nearest building there now standing. 

The s d Shop is to be Improved by Solomon Townsend Black- 
smith instead of his former Smith shop which he hired of Mr 
Bronsdon, the which shop is now intended for other uses. 

June 9 th 1715. 

[163.] To Joseph Malam to Erect an addition (with timber) 
to the Southerly end of his dwelling house on his Land abutting 
on School Street in Boston of 22 feet in length (that being the 
breadth of his house) about 6 feet in breadth & 24 feet stud. On 
Condition that the same do not Jett over the s d street. 

July 14 th 1715. 

[164.] To Benjamin Bronsdon to Erect a Timber building for 
a warehouse of Forty foot long Sixteen foot wide & Sixteen foot 
Studd on the Easterly or lower End of that his Wharfe Scituate 
at the lower side of Ship Street in Boston, the w ch building will 
Stand forty foot distant from any other building there now Stand- 
ing. In Consideration of his Erecting the s d Building, and the 



214 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

better to prevent the Spreading of fire, he will demolish buildings 
of his of about the Same breadth & length now Standing on the 
Upper or Westerly part of his s d Wharf e 

July 25 th 1715. 

[165.] To Benjamin Gallop to Erect a Timber building for a 
Smith's Shop of Twenty foot long, fourteen foot Wide and Seven 
foot Stud on the Lower End of his New Wharfe next the Sea, 
lying before his Dwelling Situate next to ffish Street in Boston, 
the which Building will Stand forty foot distant from Mr John 
Olivers Cooper's Shop, & about the same distance from Mi- 
Kenny's Slaughter house, which are the nearest buildings there 
Standing And in Consideration thereof he will remove his present 
Smith's Shop now in the Tenure of Eben r Bridge abutting on the 
high Way to Stand Sixty foot further downward upon his Wharfe 
to be improved there, to Some other Use, 

Provided it be not improved to any other Use, nor Exceed the 
Dimensions above written. 

August 1 st . 1715. 

[166.] To Samuel Cunabell of Boston Housewright to Erect 
a timber building for a Dwelling house of 35 foot Square and 18 
foot Stud on his Land Scituate at the lower end of Sudbury Street 
in Boston, and next adjoining to the Mill pond being part of the Land 
formerly belonging to the Widow of John Moore dece'd, the which 
building will stand 120 Foot distant from the lower end of Sud- 
bury Street and 100 foot distant from any building there now 
standing. 

[167.] To Daniel Bell of Boston Mason to Erect a timber build- 
ing for a Dwelling house of 50 foot long, 21 wide and 18 stud on 
his Land next the Mill pond in Boston being part of the Land 
formerly belonging to the Widow of John Moore dece'd the which 
building will stand more than ninety Foot distant Westerly from 
the house now intended to be Erected by Samuel Cunabell and at 
a Greater distance from any building there now standing and he 
will set his said house to stand on the Southerly side of a passage 
way agreed upon to lye open through that parcel of Land. 

[168.] To John Baley of Boston Housewright to Erect a 
timber building for a Dwelling house of 40 foot long 20 wide & 
18 stud on his Land next the Mill pond in Boston being part of 
the Land formerly belonging to the Widow of John Moore dece'd 
between the Lands of Samuel Cunabell and Daniel Bell the which 
building will stand 30 foot distant From the house now intended 
to be built by Daniel Bell and 58 foot distant from the house now 
intended to be there built by the said Samuel Cunabel. 

Sept r . 15, 1715. 

[169.] To Thomas Palmer Esq r to Erect a timber building 
for a warehouse of 60 foot long 20 foot wide & 16 stud on 
his Wharffe scituate near Olivers Dock in Boston the Westerly 
end of s d building to stand 60 foot distant from an Old Warehouse 



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of his there now standing the Northerly side thereof to stand 30 
feet distant from a Warehouse of Mr Stoddards which is the near- 
est building there & at a f arr greater distance from any other build- 
ing now standing. And for the better security thereof in case of 
Fire he will Plaister or Rough Cast the Northerly side & Westerly 
end of the s d building, and for asmuch as that he cannot (with- 
out an unknown charge) expect a foundation there to build with 
Brick. 

[17O.] To Francis Borland of Boston, That whereas he having 
an old barn or Stable of 23 foot long on his land Scituate on 
the Westerly side of Sudbury Street in Boston lying between the 
Bowling Green and the Mill pond and being desirous to make the 
same comodious for a Coach house. 

It's Consented unto That he have liberty to Erect an Addition 
(with timber) thereto of Eleven feet ih length and four feet and 
an half in breadth to the whole and also an Addition of five feet 
more in heighth, & to prevent danger by fire he will Ceil with plais- 
tering the under side of the Chamber floor. 

October 6 th 1715. 

[171.] To Henry Hill, Eleazer Darby, David Craige. Nich- 
olas Boone and Samuel Adams in the behalf of themselves & their 
Associates to Erect a timber Edifice & Cover it w 111 shingle for a 
publick meeting house for the Service and Worship of God of 65 
feet in length 45 feet in breadth and 31 feet stud with a flat roof 
and Battlements round the same on a peice of Land commonly 
called Church Green nigh unto Summer Street in Boston, the 
which peice of Land was lately by the Inhabitants of the Town 
of Boston Assembled in a public Town meeting granted to them 
for that use. 

January 30, 1715. 

[172.] To John Roberts jun r (For the better carrying on his 
Trade of a Boatbuilder) to Erect a Timber shed or Workhouse of 
36 feet in length 19 wide & 9 studd on his Wharffe lying against 
Lynn street between the proprietys of James Freeman and Ben- 
jamin Williams at 4he North end of Boston, the which building 
will stand next the River 50 feet distant below y e s d Street and 30 
feet distant from a Kitchin belonging to a Tenement of y e s d M r 
Freemans which is the nearest building there now standing. 

April 30 th , 1716. 

[173.] To Edward Hutchinson Esq r for and on the behalf of 
the proprietors of the Saltworks at the Neck of Land in Boston to 
Erect there a Timber building for the boyling and housing of Salt 
of Sixty foot long, 40 foot wide, and Sixteen foot Stud, which (as 
rs well known) will stand farr remote from any other building 
there now standing. 

July 6 th . 1716. 

[174.] To Oliver Noyes Esq r to Erect a Timber building for 
a warehouse or Granary &c of 150 feet long 20 wide and 16 Stud, 
on his Flatts lying on the Northwesterly side of his proportion of 



216 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

the "Wall or Out Wharves Scituate on the southerly side of the 
Middle Gap (so called) in the Cove or Dock lying before the 
Town of Boston, the which building will stand more than 150 feet 
distant from any other building now being or standing, it being 
Impracticable at present to build y e same there with Brick. 

July 17 th . 1716. 

[175.] To John Williams of Boston Brewer to Erect a Tim- 
ber building for a Brewhouse of 30 foot long, 20 wide and 14 
Stud, on his Land which he lately purchased of Capt. Nathanael 
Green, Scituate nigh unto Atkinsons Lane in Boston, the which 
building will stand Eighty six feet distant from a shed or cottage 
in the Rear of Mr. John Mannings Land which is the nearest 
building there now standing (near unto a highway which is there 
to be laid out) and at a farr greater distance from any other, 
building. 

July 31 st . 1716. 

[176.] To Mary Hougli of Boston Widow to Erect a timber 
building for a smith shop and Coalhouse of 50 foot long 25 wide 
& 10 stud on her Wharffe & Flatts lying against her Land on the 
Easterly side of Ship street and next adjoyning to the water 
ways and Flatts belonging to the Salutation Tavern at y e North 
end of Boston, the which building is to stand (the North Easterly 
end thereof) twelve feet distant below that y e Smith Shop now in 
y e Tenure of Thomas Townseud which is One hundred and Eighty 
feet below the afores d street or highway, the s d smith shop now 
designed to be built being Intended to be Occupied by Mi- 
Nathan 1 Ayres Anchorsmith and the present shop which he now 
hires of y e s d Hough (which stands in a more hazardous place in 
case of fire) being intended to be Improved no longer as a smith 
shop, but applyed to some other use. 

Provided the s d Hough Place y e s d building flforty foot Father 
down from the street than is mentioned above. 

October 4 th 1716. 

[177.] To John Nelson Esq r of Boston to erect a timber 
Building for a Warehouse of fifty feet long, Twenty five feet wide 
and fourteen foot Stud on the Wharf e now in his Tenure, which 
formerly did belong to Deacon Theophilus ffrary de'cd, Situate at 
the South End of Boston the which Building (So Erected) will 
Stand One Hundred feet distant from any other Building there 
now Standing. 

July 19 1717. 

[178.] To Ebenezer Leadbetter of Boston Cordwainer to 
Erect a timber building for a Dwelling house of 30 foot long 20 
foot wide & 18 foot stud on his Land being part of that which 
formerly was John Masons pasture, abutting Southerly on the 
north Side of West street in Boston. The which building is to 
stand two rod distant from Mr John Briggs's Barn which is the 
nearest building there and ten rod distant from any Dwelling 



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house now standing & he not being able to be at the charge of 
building with brick. 

Provided the s d Leadbetter carry up that end of the s d building 
next to the said Briggs's Barn with a Brick Wall. 

July 29, 1717. 

[179.] To William Payne of Boston Esq r to Erect a timber 
building for a Dwelling house of 40 foot long, 30 wide & 20 studd 
on his Land being part of the new Range of Lotts on the Neck 
lying on the Northerly side of the line of Defence at the South 
end of Boston, the which building will stand about Two hundred 
feet distant from a house lately built by Mr George Terrant which 
is the nearest building there now standing. 

[18O.] To Daniel Oliver of Boston Merchant to Erect a 
timber building for a Warehouse of 60 feet long 24 Foot wide & 
18 Foot studd on a Wharffe which he is about to make on his 
Flatts being part of that which formerly was Gov r Searles Flatts 
on the South Easterly side of that which was Harrisons Ropewalk 
in Boston, Scituate between the proprietys of William Tilley & 
Edward Grey, The which building will stand 60 feet distant from 
a Warehouse of M r William Tilleys & at a farr greater distance 
from any other building there now standing. 

[181.] To Patrick Ogilvie of Boston Marriner to Erect a 
timber building for a Dwelling house of 55 feet long, 30 wide & 
20 studd with a Kitchen of 20 feet Square to joyn on the Northerly 
side thereof, to stand on his Land abutting on the Northerly side 
of the Coinon or Training Field next adjoyning to a pasture 
formerly belonging to M r Thomas Banister in Boston, the which 
building will stand more than 300 feet distant from any other 
building there now standing. 

August 29, 1717. 

[182.] To John Meinzies Esq r . to Erect a timber building 
for a Barn and Stable of 40 feet in length 18 feet in breadth & 10 
feet high in the side walls within one pasture belonging to him & 
his Wife in SuiTier street which will be about 84 foot or thereby 
from the house also belonging to them now standing thereupon, 
which house is distant from any other house 100 foot or thereby 
on the one hand and more than 200 on the other hand and is 
bounded to the street by one little garden & to the Southward by 
the s d John Meinzies pasture. 

[183.] To Thomas Hutchinson Esq r to Erect a timber build- 
ing for a warehouse of 40 feet long 18 wide & 16 studd to stand 
adjoyning to the lower end of another timber Warehouse of his 
of about the same dimensions to stand on that his Wharffe which 
formerly was Col Fosters next unto the Wharffe which formerly 
was Mr John Vialls on the Easterly side of Ship Street in Boston, 
in ye same place & stead of an old timber Warehouse of his there 
now standing of 36 feet long 18 wide & 16 studd with a shed of 
10 feet in length adjoyning at the lower end thereof, All of which 
he intends wholly to demolish 



218 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

April 10 th . 1718. 

[184. } To Jonathan Belcher to Erect a Timber Warehouse 
of 80 feet in length 24 feet wide and 10 feet studd on his Wharffe 
lying against his Land Scituate on the Westerly side of Boston 
abutting on Charles River being part of that Land which formerly 
was Mr John Aliens pasture, the which building will stand more 
than Fifty Rodds distant from any other building there now 
standing. 

July 14 th . 1718. 

[185.] To Jarvis Ballard of Boston to Erect a Timber build- 
ing for a Kitchen of 15 feet long 11 wide & 14 feet studd to stand 
adjoyning to the middle of the North West side of his Dwelling 
house scituate on the Southerly side of Cold lane in Boston, And 
to effect the same by running a timber building of his of about y e 
same dimensions now standing on his Land abutting on Cold lane 
& placing the same to stand as a Kitchen adjoyning to his house 
as afores d . 

Provided that he Demolish the old Leantoe now standing on that 
spott. 

August 22 d 1718. 

[186.] To Ebenezer Burges of Boston Cordwainer to Erect a 
Timber Building for a Dwelling house of Thirty Eight feet in Length 
Sixteen feet Wide & Sixteen feet Studd, on his Land which he hires 
of the Town of Boston, Situate at the lower End of Cold Lane 
next to the Mill pond in Boston in the room & Stead of an old 
building there now Standing of about the Same length and Breadth 
Provided he demolish wholly the s d old Building now Standing on 
that Spot. 

[187.] To Edward Hutchinson Esq r on the behalf of himself 
& the rest of the Owners of the Water Mills in Boston, for the 
benefit of themselves & others of the Inhabitants who shall have 
occasion to make use thereof, to Erect a Timber Building of 40 
feet in length 18 feet wide & 18 feet Stud in addition to their 
Granary now standing nigh the North Water Mills, the which 
buildings they intend to place so as to add 18 feet to the length of 
the former at the North West end thereof & 22 feet of the s d new 
building to be as an L extending towards the South West. 

ffeb ry 24 th 1718. 

[188.] To Mr Thomas Clarke & William Harris Esq r . in 
behalf of themselves & y e rest of their Society, to Erect a Timber 
Building to Stand adjoyning to the North side of their Meeting 
House for the Public Worship of God in Brattle street of Sixteen 
feet wide Sixty five feet long & twenty five feet studd, the which 
Building when so Erected will stand full Thirty Seven feet distant, 
from the nearest Building there now Standing, all the Buildings 
next the same on that side being of Brick. 

June 4 th 1719. 

[189.] To M r John Stamford to Erect a Timber Building in 
his pasture behind the Hills on the Back part of the Town of 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 219 

Boston bounded Easterly & Southerly on Cambridge Street 
Northerly upon Green Lane, in the front or Angle of s d Land 
the s d House or building to be Seventy five foot long Eighteen feet 
wide & Eighteen feet studd. 

June 25^. 1719. 

[19O.] To Jonathan Belcher Esq to Erect a New frame of 
100 foot in length 24 foot in breadth & Seventeen foot Studd in 
the Room of Sundry old Warehouses abutting on a place called 
Deetnings [?] Dock & lying near the Wharf e & Warehouse were the 
s d Belcher now keeps, which old Warehouses he is to demolish, 
/Which building to be covered with slate & ruff cast for the better 
Security agaiust fire. 

Provided he also build to West End of said Building with Brick 
& that it be improved as a Warehouse or Storehouse only. 

July 30 th . 1719. 

[191.] To Joshua Thornton Housewright to Erect a Timber 
building for a dwelling house of Thirty foot long Twenty foot 
wide and Sixteen foot studd on a peice of Pasture land Scituate 
on the Westerly side of Boston the which Building will Stand 
Seventy five feet distant from a Smal dwelling house belonging to 
Coll Stephen Minott and One hundred & Sixty feet from Mr 
Callenders Windmill, and much farther remote from any other 
building there. 

August 1719. 

[192.] To Ebenezer Clough of Boston Bricklayer to cover 
with Shingle the Roof of a Brick building for a Dwelling house of 
fort3 r two feet long and thirty two feet wide on a peice of Land 
which he lately purchased of M r Joshua Gee nigh unto Charles- 
town ferry between the Hill or Clift there & the s d Mr Gee's 
building Yard being far remote from any other Buildings. 

[193.] To Caleb Lyman. John Barrett and John Dixwell 
for and on the behalf of the Church of Christ usually assembled 
at the New North Meeting House in Boston to Erect an Additional 
Building to joyn on the North side of the s d Meeting house of 
sixty six feet in length, Eighteen feet wide & twenty Seven feet 
studd the which Additional Building when so Erected will stand 
forty feet distant from Mr Hunnewells dwelling house, which is 
the nearest Timber Building now there standing. 

July 25 th 1720. 

[194.] To the Hono ble William Dummer Esq r to Erect a 
Timber Building (for the better accommodation of a Tenement of 
his Situate on the Westerly side of Long Lane in Boston in the 
present Tenure of Moses Aires of Boston Housewright) the s d 
Building to be an Eighteen feet square & Sixteen feet Stud to 
joyn on the Westerly End of the s d Tenement, which on that side 
will Stand far remote from any other Building there now standing. 



220 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

i 

October 20. 1720. 

[195.] To William Payne Esq to cover with Shingles a 
Stone Building on Shedd of one hundred feet or more in length 
Thirty two feet wide & ab l . eight foot Studd on his Laud nigh 
unto his Dwelling house on the neck nigh unto the Line of Defence 
in Boston. 

Octo r 20 th , 1720. 

[196.] To Jonathan Armitage of Boston to Erect with Tim- 
ber a Building for a Dwelling House of Forty foot Long eighteen 
foot wide & eighteen foot studd, on his Land which he lately pur- 
chased of Cap* Cyprian Southack commonly called Southacks 
Square, situate between the Land of Samuel Lynde Esq r and the 
Land of Mr Benjamin Fitch, nigh unto Cambridge Street in Bos- 
ton, the which Building will stand one end thereof twelve feet 
distant from the s d Mr Fitches Dwelling House which is by far the 
nearest Building there now standing. On Condition that the s d 
Jonathan Armitage shall carry up each End of the s d Building with 
Solid Brick walls. 

April 13. 1721. 

[197.] To James Fosdick of Boston to Erect with Timber a 
Building for a Dwelling house, thirty nine feet in length & nine- 
teen feet in width at the upper end of Winter street near the Com- 
mon in the Room of an old Timber Building where he now Dwells 
on Condition that he pulls down the s d old Building. 

June 15 th . 1720. 

[198.] To Edward Procter to Erect a Bark house or Mill- 
house for a Tanner upon his Land situate and being at the North 
End of Boston ffronting to Snow Hill street which House will be 
forty feet long twenty two feet wide and Twelve feet studd, being 
twenty feet distant from a Building on one side and more than an 
hundred feet distant on the other sides from any other Building 
there now standing. 

July 18 th 1721. 

[199.] To Daniel Oliver Esq r to Erect a Wooden Building 
on his land which is below Mr Harrisons Ropewalk (so called) to 
be forty four feet long twenty feet wide & about Eighteen feet 
studd next the sea. Which Building will be about sixty feet dis- 
tance from any other Buildings, except the Westerly side next his 
own House, which side he is to build with Brick & carry it above 
the wooden work for safety against fire, And the Roof to be Lean to 
ffashion to carry the Water towards the sea. 

July 31 st 1721. 

[2OO.] To John Barnes of Boston merch 4 to Erect a Timber 
building for a Dwelling House of fifty feet in length Twenty eight 
feet in width & two storys hight upon his Land situate & fronting 
to Beacon street in Boston which house will be set about eighty 
foot back from the street, and in the Front thereof will be one 
hundred feet distance from any other building and more than two 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 221 

hundred feet distance on the other sides from any other Building 
there now standing. 

November 9 th 1721. 

[2O1.] To Joshua Thornton of Boston Housewright to Erect 
a Smal building of wood for a Work house upon his Wharfe at 
the North End of Boston to be Twenty three feet long fifteen feet 
Broad & twelve foot studd, which Building when finished will be 
more than Eighty foot from any Neighbors Dwelling House. 

November 9 th 1721. 

[2O2.J To Joseph Hill of Boston Varnisher to take down a 
Building at the Upper End of Long lane, and to Erect another of 
Timber in its Room, which Building is to be Thirty five foot long 
Twenty foot broad & about sixteen feet studd, he to carry up a 
Brick Wall on the Back side of it, it will be more than One hun- 
dred feet Distant from any other Building now standing, except 
on that side where the Brick wall is to be built. 



1 st 1721. 

[2O3.] To Jonathan Williams & Joshua Wroe Exec" of the 
last Will & Testament of William Webster late of Boston dec d in 
behalf of his Widow & Children to Erect a Timber Building on a 
Peice or Parcel of Land situate at the Bottom of Sudbury Street, 
to be thirty seven foot front Twenty seven foot deep & Eighteen 
foot studd, which Building is to be set at least seven foot from the 
house of James Burgess & the other side will abutt on Sudbury 
Street, they carrying up a Brick Wall above the roof of the said 
House the whole depth thereof on that End or side next to the 
s d Burgess's Dwelling house. 

March 1" 1721. 

[2O4.] Tb William Nichols of Boston Joyner to Demolish an 
Old house which he hath in Middle street in Boston, and to Erect 
a new One of Timber upon the same ground, the s d Building to be 
Twenty foot broad Twenty six foot long and Eighteen foot studd, 
he to carry up a Brick Wall on that side of it joyning upon the 
Land of John Clark Esq r 

July 18 th 1722 

[2O5.] To Adam Winthrop Esq r to Erect a Timber building 
for a Stable thirty five foot long sixteen foot & an half broad & 
twelve foot studd : and another Timber building for a Kitchen 
to be Twenty feet long sixteen foot & an half broad and Eight 
foot & an half studd neither of them more than one story High, 
on his Land, where he now lives which was formerly the Estate 
of Cap' Edward Willis near the Common or Training Field in 
Boston. 

1722. 



[2O6.] To Jonathan Belcher Esq r & John Colman Merch' 
both of Boston to rebuild with Timber their Warehouses on the 



222 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Long Wharffe in the same place they stood before they were 
burnt down, they propose to build each of them A Warehouse of 
forty, feet long twenty feet broad & Eighteen feet studd, and for 
safety against fire, to Slate and rough Cast them and to carry up 
A Brick Wall between them the hight of the Warehouses. 

July 29 th 1723. 

[2O7.] To Edward Bromfield Esq r to Remove a Smal Stable 
Standing near his Dwelling house from the Place where it stands 
to the back part of his Land near the Common fronting upon 
Rawsons Lane. 

July 31. 1723. 

[2O8.] To Jonathan Williams to Erect a Timber Building 
for a Dwelling house on his Land, late the Estate of Mr. Francis 
Wain wright dec d at the Bottom of the Garden next the Common 
in Boston abutting southerly on West street to be forty feet 
Square & twenty foot studd 

- July 2 d 1724. 

[2O9.] To John Eliot to Erect a Timber building (in Addition 
to his house lately the dwelling House of the Rev D r Increase 
Mather dec d ) of Twenty foot square, to make an even front to 
the s d House which is now in the form of an L. 

Octo r 2. 1724. 

[21O.] To George Bethune to Erect the East End of his House 
with Timber, which he is now building in Newbury street at the 
Corner of Summer street, & to shingle it. provided he slate it within 
two years. 

Feb* 11 th 1724. 

[211.] To John Torrey to Erect with Timber an Addition to 
his House at the Corner of Tannery lane so called on the back 
part of his s d house not exceeding twelve feet in breadth the 
length of the said House & not exceeding sixteen feet studd. 

March 18 th 1724. 

[212.] To Joshua Winslow to Erect with Timber a Barn or 
Stable behind his House in School street, to be twenty foot in 
length sixteen foot in breadth & not more than sixteen foot studd 
being about fifty foot from any Building except his own House. 

March 18 th 1724. 

[213.] To William Bond to Erect with Timber a Sraal shedd 
or House to work in on his Land at the Lower End of Sudbury 
Street near the Mill-pond, to be twenty two foot long Eighteen 
foot broad & eight foot studd being near no other Building by near 
one hundred foot. 

March 31" 1725. 

[214.] To -Simon Rogers to Erect A Timber Building for a 
Dwelling house on his Land in Boston in Beacon street in the Room 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 223 

of A Barn there now standing to be thirty four feet in length six- 
teen foot wide & eighteen foot studd. 

April 16 th 1725. 

[215.] To Jacob G-riggs & Gershom Tenny each of them to 
Erect A Timber Building for A Dwelling house upon Land in Bos- 
ton part of that called Atkinsons pasture in Long lane each of 
their Houses to be thirty four feet long Eighteen feet broad & 
Eighteen feet studd & their s d houses to joyn together & A small 
Kitchin behind each of their houses. 

July 1 st 1725. 

[216.] To Hopestill Foster of Boston Housewright to Erect 
with Timber on his land in Boston near fort Hill fronting Long 
lane a Dwelling House the building to be twenty two feet [long] 
about eighteen or twenty foot broad & Eighteen foot studd. 

September 30 th 1725. 

[217.] To Edward Hutchinson of Boston Esq r to build a 
slight shead behind the Old brick house in Fish Street, which for- 
merly belonged to his Father Elisha Hutchinson Esq r dece d betwixt 
the s d House and the Sea. The building to be about forty seven 
feet in length seventeen feet in breadth seven feet studd in the 
front & thirteen feet in the Rear. 

October 20 th 1725. 

[218.] To Nathan 1 Holmes of Boston Joyner, to Erect with 
Timber A small building upon a so hired small peice of Land near 
the Mill Bridge in Boston afores d the s d building to be Eighteen 
feet broad, twenty feet Long and about seven feet studd, and to 
ceill the two sides of it with Brick. On condition, that the 
s d Nath 1 Holmes rough cast or slate the Lower part of the Roof 
next the Creek. 

October 21 rt 1725. 

[219.] To Thomas Cashing of Boston Gent, in behalf of 
Dan 1 Oliver Esq r & Tim . Clarke Esq r of the United Com* 6 , to 
Erect at the upper End of Queen Street two small Tenements, to 
be thirty feet long seventeen broad, the two Ends to be brick & 
the back side stone, And A small Kitchen at Each end about twelve 
feet long to joyn to the building, two sides or Ends to be brick or 
stone. 

January 31 8t 1725. 

[22O.] James Varney to Erect a Timber Building of forty 
foot long twenty wide & eighteen foot studd on his Pasture 
Land situate on Copps Hill so called at the North End of Boston 
fronting to Sheafe street, he carrying up a Brick Wall on the 
North side thereof. 

April 12 th 1726. 

[221.] To Edward Pell Painter to Erect with Timber a smal 
Building in Gibbs's pasture near sheafe street at the North part of 



224 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Boston to be imployed for a Horse Mill for the making of Linseed 
Oyl, the building to be thirty two feet long twenty seven feet 
'b*oad and about fourteen or fifteen feet studd. 

Sept. 8 th 1726. 

[222.] To Samuel Welles of Boston Gent n to Erect with 
Timber a Dwelling house butting partly on Orange street & partly 
on Frog lane the s d Building to be fifty eight feet long thirty five 
feet broad & nineteen feet studd. 

April 8 th 1726. 

[223.] To Thomas Hutchinson Esq r to Erect with Timber a 
low Warehouse upon a hollow Wharfe on the Flatts at the North 
part of Boston on the lower side of the Way in Lynn street lying 
between the Lands of the late William Burroughs & Benjamin 
Goodwin dec d the s d Building to be sixty feet in length eighteen 
feet in breadth and ten feet studd. 

May 25 th 1727. 

[224.] To Leonard Vassall Esq r to Erect with Timber on his 
Land in Summer street a Dwelling house or Tenement of Sixty six 
foot long twenty one foot wide & twenty one foot studd. 

May 25. 1727. 

[225.] To John Dolbeare of Boston Brasier to Erect with 
timber on a peice of Land belonging to the Town of Boston at the 
head of the Town Dock which he has hired for a term of years, a 
Dwelling house in the stead of a house now standing on the same 
Land which he intends to pull down, it will be about thirty foot 
front & adjoyns to a shop of the Petitioner. 

Sept. 21. 1727. 

[226.] To Thomas Hutchinson Esq r to Erect with Timber a 
Building forty foot long eighteen foot broad & fifteen foot studd 
upon his Wharfe in Ship street instead of an Old building forty 
foot long twenty foot Wide & Eleven foot studd. The s d New 
building to stand in the same Place where the s d Old Building now 
stands. 

February 29. 1727. 

[227.] To David Colson of Boston Glover to Erect with 
Timber on his Land fronting on Newbury Street & West Street in 
Boston & Extending as farr as the Comon or Training field a 
Dwelling house upon the same ground upon which an Old Dwell- 
ing house now stands which he proposes to take down, said Build- 
ing to be about Thirty two foot in the front about Forty four feet 
long & Eighteen feet Studd ; As also to take down a Barn near 
the house & set it up at a greater Distance in the pasture & also 
to Erect a New building at the Upper part of the Land next the 
Sclioolhouse to be forty feet long Thirty Six foot broad & Nineteen 
foot Studd provided he build a Brick Wall towards Doct r Stewards 
Land. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 225 



March 28. 1728. 

To Benjamin Landon of Boston Shopkeeper to Erect 
on his Land at the South East part of Boston near Harrisons 
Ropewalk so called a Timber building for a dwelling house the s d 
house to be about Thirty eight feet long about Nineteen foot 
broad & about Eighteen feet studd & a Small Kitchen joyning to 
it, & a small Building for a Cowhouse at some distance from it About 
Sixteen foot long twelve feet broad the s d building to be about 
forty foot distant from any building now standing & about Ninety 
feet from. the Street being in the Midst of Marions Orchard so 
called. 

April 11. 1728. 

[229.] To Cap* Adino Bulfinch of Boston Sailmaker to Erect 
a Timber building on his Land fronting upon Atkinson Street so 
called for a Dwelling house the s d Building to be about Forty feet 
Long Twenty feet broad & Eighteen feet studd & a small Kitchen 
to it. 

April 25. 1728. 

[23O.] To Joshua Thorton of Boston Housewright To Erect 
upon his Land being part of the Land commonly known by the 
Name of Gibbs's pasture a Timber Dwelling house to be thirty six 
feet long Eighteen feet broad & Eighteen feet Studd. 

May 27. 1728. 

[231.] To Theophilus Lillie of Boston Merch' to Erect with 
Timber a small Shed in the place of a small old Shop which stands 
on his land at the Corner of Frogg lane so called at the South part 
of Boston fronting upon Newbury Street the s d Shedd to be about 
Eighteen or twenty feet long & about Fourteen foot broad & Eight 
or Ten foot Stud. 

June 27. 1728. 

[232.] To Ebenezer Hough of Boston Merch' t6 Erect with 
Timber a Building for a Warehouse upon his Wharf e near ffish 
Street in the Room of a Smiths shop now standing on s d wharfe 
which he is to pull down s d Building to be about Thirty Six foot 
long Sixteen foot broad & fifteen Stud. 

July 24. 1729. 

[233.] To Ebenezer Bridge of Boston Blacksmith to Erect a 
Timber building for a Dwelling house upon his peice of Land at 
the North part of Boston near Beer lane so called s d Building to 
be about Thirty six feet long Eighteen or Nineteen feet broad and 
Eighteen feet Stud. 

Sept r 16. 1729. 

[234.] To the Town of Boston to Erect a Row of Low Shops 
on part of the Town Dock which they Caused to be filled up to 
Contain 120 feet in length & 20 feet in breath that is to say to lay 
Groundsells & build with Brick thereon so that the Entire Rear as 
well as the Ends be of brick & the roof to be Slated as soon as 
they can procure Slate. 



226 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



1698. 

The names of the inhabitants belonging to the companei whereof 
Cap' Alen is Comander taken the sixth of Augt 1698. 

Capt Bowzown Alein 2 serv* 

John Thwing 

Samuell Hood 

Rich : Crispp one negro 

James Labbloome one negro 

Joseph Green 

James Barnes one servant 

John Dassett senior 

John Dassett jor 

Edward Boilestone one servant 

Rallph Senderei 

Rich Procoter one ser. one negro. 

Obediha Procter 

Henerei Deering 

Nathaniell Shaw 

ffrancis Hollmes 2 servants 

Richard Green 1 servantt 

Abraham Nicolles 

Samuell Rucke 

Abraham Blish 1 servant 1 negroe 

Thomas Pecke (20) 

Cap* Smithson 

Seth Smith one servantt 

William Gibbons 1 negroe 

Ellkana Pembrooke 

John Killbei j nr 

Joseph Rodgers 

Peeter Briggs : his servant 

M r Pasteen 

John Cottei 2 servants 

Quaker meeting house (30) 

Thomas Bridgewater 

Henerei Gibbs 1 negroe 

Daniell Zacherei his man servant 

Thaddeus M c Cartei 1 ser : one negro. 

M r Burr Schooll Master [ ?] 

Thomas Clarke one servant. 1 negroe 

Elliakim Hutchison 1 ser. 1 mollatto 

Elliazar Moodei 

Joseph Webb 

Samson Stodder (40) 

John Killbei : senior 

Richard Dreaper 

Benjamin Walker 1 negro 8 

James Thornborei 

Joseph Mariner 2 servants 

Rallph Perkins 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 227 

Thomas Perkins 

Benjamin Pemberton 3 negroes 

John Nicolles 

Benjamin Rrione (50) [?] 

Joseph Dollbeer 

George Cablle 1 negro 

Robert Hanah 

Thomas Burroughs ffosters hous 

Henerei Mattocke 

William Brown 

Mathew Collins 

Joseph Elliott 

Thomas Beetlle 

Henerei Ingram (60) 1 servantt 

John Green 1 serVantt 

Allexander Rexwood 1 negro* 

Collnell Pimm 1 negroe 

John Alein 

Jeremiha Alein 

Josshua Houghs Juor & servtt. 

Nathaniell Green 

Thomas Cooke 

Obediha Perrei 

John fflagg (70) at gardners hous 

Benjamin Bulliffaut 

Robert Guttridge 

Peeter Barber 1 svt. 1 negro 

John Camell 

William Leckei : ". 

John Edwards 

John Usher 1 svt 1 negroe 

David Johnson 1 negroe 

Samuell ffraisser sen. 

John Wattson (80) 

David Jeffereis one servantt 

William Bowen 

William Keen one servantt 

Samuell Plumer 1 servant 1 negro 

M r Heanone Lawer 

Samuell Shrimton 1 negro 

M r Roberts : his kinsman 

David joss 

Thomas Miller 

James Monteer (90) 

William Berbett 

David Mellvin 

Ebenazar Lowell 

Samuell Ward 2 servantts , . 

M r Lovereo Corner Tarick house 

Mr Bernard 

Peeter Buttller 1 negeroe 

Experience Willird 



228 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

John Robertas 

James Green 3 servants (100) 
Edward Bartlles 
Thomas Jepson 
James Robe 

William Weelsteed one negroe 
Beniamine Montfforde 
Edward Bedforde 
Peeter Allen [ ?] 
James Meeres one negroe 
Allexander Miller one negro. 
Edward Winslow 2 servants (110) 
Thomas Saviage 
William Man 1 ser. 1 negro 
Humpherei Richards 1 negroe 
Thomas Thornton 
Josias Williams 
John Bowcker 
Daniell Pounding 
William Ardolle 
William Crow one servantt 
Christopher Killbei (120) 
Robert Gibbe 
Samuell Laines one negro 
Rodger Killeup one Indeian 
Enoch Green Lieffe his jorniman 
William Spurhara 
John Henderson 
. John Veassell 
Jonathan Everer one servant 

Widdows 

Widdow Thwing 
Widdowe Sweatt 
Wid: Davite 
Wid : Billingham 
Wid : Harper 
Widow Mattson 
Widow Hill 
Widow Lambe 
Madam Shrimton 
Widow Hauker 
Widdow Joye 
Wid : Pounding 
Wid. Duttsone 
in all 140. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 229 

Massachusetts Impost Office Boston. 

Vessells Entered in y e month of January 1714/5 

Jan. 3 John Rayner y e Sloop Friends Adventure from Sur- 

renam 

No Passengers 
11 John Hambly y e Sloop Newport from Rhoad Island 

No Passengers 

Stephen Toman y e Sloop Elizabeth from Surrenam 
Kelly A Taylor 

Vessells Entered in y e Month of Febuary : 1714/5 

Feb. 16 Abrah a Miller y e Sloop Mary from Anopalis 

No Passengers 
Nath a . Fadre y e Sloop. 
24 Edward Smith y e Barke Adventure' from Maryland 

No Passengers 
26 Joseph Gorham y e sloop Increas from Connecticott 

No Passengers 
28 Thorn 8 . Bell y e sloop Mary from Maryland 

No Passengers 
Tho 8 . Lathrop y e Sloop Adventure from Philadephia 

Elis a . Parrih. W ra M c Coy A mercht. 
28 James Coden y e Sloop Mary from (Rhoad Island) 

N : Yorke 
No Passengers 
Moses Abbott y e Sloop Pellican from Maryland 

No Passengers 

Francis Vandike y e Sloop Tryall from New York. 
No Passengers 

Vessells Entered in y e month of March 1715. 

Mar. 1 Jacob Boardman y e Sloop Elizabeth from North Caro- 
lina 

No Passengers. 
Ebenezr Chamberlain y e Sloop Martha from ditto 

No Passengers 
2 James Duncan y e sloop Swan from Virginia 

No Passengers. 
9 Francis Norris y e Brig'. Martha from Mountserat. 

No Passengers but a Marriner. 
17 John Braddick y e Sloop John & Mary from New 

London 

Coll Joseph Whieam of South Hould 
W m Beekman y e Sloop Speadwell from New-york 

Cornelios Van-horne A Merch'. 
22 W m Bill y e Sloop Anna from Compeachey 

John Williams & Charles Anderson. Laguners. 



230 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Mar. 23 Thorn 8 Daggett y e Brig 4 . Leopard from new castle 

No Passengers but Marriners. 
Philip Kelinack y e Sloop John from Virginia 

No Passengers 
Dan 1 . Low y e sloop Two Brothers from North Carolina 

No Passengers. 

24 John Lovell y e Sloop Robert from Virginia 

John Ward a Labourer 

25 John Steel y e sloop Hope from Surrenam 

No Passengers 
Abiel Jones y e Brig 1 Mayflower from Barbados 

Cap 1 . Tho 8 . Child 
Joseph Clark y e ship Nathaniel from Compeachey 

No Passengers. 

Vessells Entered in y e month of March 1715/16. 

Mar. 2 Rich". Pitcher y e Snow W m & James from Isle of 

Thera 

No Passengers. 
Charles Howell y e Sloop Mary from North Carrolina 

No Passengers 
Robert Miers y e Brig 1 . Lamb from Campeachy 

Thomas Naping a Bayman 

3 d Hugh Crage y e Sloop John from South Carolina 
John Tate a Mercht. 

5 Joseph Prince y e Sloop Seaflower from N. Carrolina 

No Passengers. 

6 Ebene r Chamberlin y e Sloop Martha from ditto. 

No Passengers. 
Thomas Lathrop y e Sloop Adventure from Virginia; 

No Passengers 
1.0 Isaac Perkins y e Sloop Unity from Maryland 

Joseph Coates a marriner 

12 Francis Norris y e Brigt Martha & Han a . from Mount- 
sera t 
No Passengers 

15 Thomas Bell y e Sloop Seaflower from Maryland 

Henry Ballard A youth & three marriners 

16 Thomas Fry y e Sloop Tryall from Antigua 

Francis Ditty, John Dolle, marriners 
23 David Jenkins y e Snow Betty from Fyall - 

No Passengers. 
26 John Brett y e Sloop Adventure from Fyall 

No Passengers 

27 Will" 1 . 'Levingstone y e Ship Neptune from Surrenam 

Barshaba Hart a widdow, Rosamond Thorn a spinster 

28 John Mitchell y e Sloop Hana. & Mary from N. Carro- 

lina 
No Passengers. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 231 

Vessells entered in y e month of May 1716. 

May 2 Miles Rainsbotham y e Sloop Jane & Mary from N : 

Carolina 
No Passengers 

3 Thomas Barber y e Sloop Union from Long Island 

No Passengers 

Timothy Yeals y e Sloop Two Friends from North Caro- 
lina 

No Passengers 
John Ford y e Sloop Begining from New York. 

Anthony Coignand A French man 
John Mullins y e Sloop Pellican from North Carolina 

Ann Arrington a Spinster 
James Nolan y e Sloop Providence from North Carolina 

Tho 9 Gary Esq a gentleman 

Jonathan Hart y e Sloop John & Robert from Harb r 
Island 

No Passengers 

4 John Horton y e Sloop Hannah from South Carolina 

Mary Phillips a widow & two children 
Adoniram Collins y e Sloop Speadwell from Connecticutt 

No Passengers 

Thomas Cathcart y e Sloop Jane & Eliz a . from North 
Carolina 

No Passengers 

James Manson y e Skooner Mayflower from North 
. Carolina 

Thomas Parris A merch' 
Joseph Glover y e Sloop Mary from North Carrolina 

No Passengers but a Marriner. 

5 Thomas Peck y e Sloop Mary from Virginia 

No Passengers. 
7 Nich Davis y e Sloop Sus a . & Sarah from Surrenam 

No Passengers. 

Jere ah Owen y e Sloop Sarah from St. Christopers 
John Fiffield A marriner 

10 Edward Gruff y e Sloop Daniel from Turk Island 

No Passengers 

Josiah Prince y e Sloop May Flower from N. London 
Phineas Lathrop. A Taylor 

11 Endigo Potter y e Sloop Two Brothers from Maryland 

No Passengers 
Edmond Wilkinson y e Sloop Abigail & Ruth from 

New London 
No Passengers. 
14 John White y e Sloop Content from St Christophers 

No Passengers 
Thomas Curtis y e Sloop Two Brothers from New 

London 

Tho 8 Lathrop y e Sloop Adventure from Phillidelphia 
Joseph Taylor a Planter 



232 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

May Mrs Pumroy a widow 

Eliza Parris 
Francis Vandyke y e Sloop Tryall from New Yonk 

No Passengers. 
Mallachy Salter y e Sloop Mary from North Carolina 

No Passengers. 
Nath 1 Breed y e Snow Amity from Glasgow 

Elizabeth Campbell, Her mother & four Daughters 

Thomas Young a Youth 

William Kerkwood a Pedlar & Thirteen men servants 
Tho 9 Coverly y e Sloop Bahama from Bahama 

John Sutton a Housewriglit & seven marriners. 
Edmond Freeman y e Sloop Farmers Tryall from Con- 
necticut 

No Passengers 

15 John Brooks y e Sloop Seaflower from New York. 

No Passengers 

Thomas Cooper y e Sloop Middleton from Connecticott 
Mrs Bull & three children 
Mary Jess a Widow 
W m Goff a Marriner 

16 John Wakefield y e Sloop Hope from North Carolina 

No Passengers. 

17 And r Robinson y e Brig Mary & Abigail from Madera 

No Passengers 
21 Tho 8 Pensy y e Ship W m & Mary from Bristoll 

Capt. Paul Portlock ] 

Capt. Rob 1 . Welch [ Marriners. . 

Capt. Tho 8 Willoby ) 
Tho 8 Sanders A Blacksmith. 
Tho 8 More a. Shipwright 

Jos 8 Cearl a Cordwainer & Fourteen Marriners. 
Tho 8 Porter y e Ship Strewberry from Surrenam 

John Steevens a Merch'. 
Tho 8 . Fleming y e Sloop Grayhound from South Carolina 

Tho 8 Cuttler a Merch 1 

W m Loughton a Ditto. 

Francis Britton a Planter. 
John Jenkins y e Brig' Jer 11 & Tho 8 from Jamaica 

No Passengers. 
Phillip Kelineck y e Sloop Dove from Virginia 

No Passengers. 

Robert Campbell y e Ship Truth & Daylight from 
Ireland 

John Williams a Joyner. 

James Kelly a do. 

Ellinor Williams & two children 

Lewis Gary of New York 

Rich d How a Glover. Tho 8 Swift a Shooemaker 

Two Marriners & Eleven Male Servts. no Trades 

Four Female Serv t8 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 233 

May 22 Ellis Husk y e Ship Riga from Lisbone 

No Passengers 
Arthur Reaks y* Ship Four Sisters from Lisbone 

No Passengers. 
Sam 11 . Waters y e Sloop Dolphin from Cape Fransway 

No Passengers. 

22 John Jones y e Ship Boston Me rch ts from Bris[tol]. 

W m Vincent a Joyner 

Tho 9 Attwood a Gentlem" 

W m Walter a Carpent r & his Wife 

Henry Atkins a Sailmaker - 

W m Tayler a Seale Maker 

Henry Hooper Chiug" & servts. 

John Tilley & 8 serv ts a Ropemaker 

Caleb Fisher a Weavor 

Phillip Parmitor a Marriner 

Benj* Bryant a Carpenter & Seven Servt" 

23 Will" 1 Cradder y e Ship Hanover from London 

Capt. Tho 8 Porter. Capt Sam 11 . Cary 
Sam". Banister Merch 1 Mad m Banister 

24 Phillip Callender y e Sloop Mary form Rhoad Island 

No Passengers. 
Will Gold y e Sloop Caulfield from Anapolis 

Joseph a Soulder 
Thorn 8 Chase y e sloop Vinyard from Connecticutt 

Eph r Arnold a Marriner 
Will" 1 Walter y e Sloop Dolphin from Anapolis 

Peter Presious a Soulder 

Eliza Standburry a widdow 

28 Thorn 8 Clarke y e Sloop York from Antigua 

Capt Tho 8 Staples 
Capt Tho 8 Mousell 
Cap 1 W ra Bill 

Thorn 8 Vernam y e Ship Two Sisters from Barnstaple 
Capt. James Rude & five marriners 
Samuel Grubb a Youth 
Thomas Gruble a Marriner 

29 Rich d Langley y e ship Mary from London 

No Passengers 

Maverick Thomas y e Sloop Martha from North Caro- 
lina. 

William Turell a Husbandman 

Samuel Turrell ditto 

Charles Den man Merch'. 

James Davis Bricklayer 
31 Endymion Walker y e Ship Concord from Topsham 

John Prince an Upholsterer 

Will" 1 Ridge a Youth 
Timothy Astell y e ship Allen from London 

William Allen Mercht 8 & three servts 

Oxenbridge Thatcher Gent" 1 & servant 

Samuel Thaxter Ditto and serv' 



234 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

John Dassett shoemaker 

William Briekhead upoulsterer 

Sam" Vickers a serv' 

Rachal Richardson ditto several mavriners 

Sundry Vessells from Turtuda but no Passengers. 

Vessells entered in the month of June 1716. 

June 1 Robert Whetherby y e Ship Robert & Eliz a from Fegaria 
No Passengers. 

4 John Ellery the Ship Anne Gaily from Marriland 

William Grahor a Merch 1 . 
Jabez Crowell y e Sloop Fairfield from Connecticut 

Tho 9 . Holland a Merch 1 . 
' Dorithy Davis a Spinster 
John Kent y e Sloop Neptune from St. Christophers 

No Passengers 
John Tabor y e Brigh' Hopewell from Tertuda 

No Passengers 

5 Joseph Gorham y e Sloop Increase from Connecticut 

No Passengers 

. Thomas Chichester y e Bark Mary from St Christophers 
Rich d . Pullen. Adam Leland a Mercht 
William Pinsent Marriner. 

Charles Deming the Brig' Swallow from Barbados 
No Passengers. 

6 Charles Hogg the Snow Dolphin from Barbados. 

No Passengers 
Tho 8 Gallop y e Ship Crown from Bristoll 

Robert Sugett a Cooper 
6 John Slocomb the Ship Eliza from London 

Henry Caswell a Mercht 

Benja. Edwards a Marriner 
William Brooker y e Ship Restoration from London 

Isaac Lopez Mercht 

Abra m Gotatus ditto 

Jacob Ruggles ditto. 

8 William Lane y e Ship Loyall Heine from Fyall 

No Passengers 

John Pitts y e Ship John & Sarah from Barbados 
Edward Cord win Mercht. 

9 Edward Burroughs y e Sloop Abigail from Connecticut 

No Passengers 
Danil Pulcifer y e Sloop Manchester from Mariland 

No Passengers 
Gersham Cobb y e Sloop Brothers Society from Con-. 

necticut 

Ajon Melish a Mercht. 
11 Nicholas Fogwell y e Sloop Francis & Katharine from 

Barbados 

William Brayde a Doctr. 
John Blaize a Marriner. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 235 

Abraham Corn well y e Brigtt. Anna from Barbados 

John Ruggles, Marriner 

Joseph Knapton a Joyner 
Daniel Wyer y e Sloop Seaflower from Connecticut 

John King a Marriner. 
June 12 Luke Anderson y e Sloop St. Peter & St. Andrew from 

Barbados No Passengers 
John Webster y e Sloop Tryall from Curretuck 

No Passengers 

14 Thomas Arnold the Sloop Judeth from Cape Fransway 

No Passengers 

John Codner y e Ship Martha from Tortuda 
No Passengers 

15 John Tallaway y e Ship Friendship from Barbados 

No Passengers 

18 John Reynor y e Sloop Friends Adventure from New- 

foundland 

Tho" Hall Robin Strange James Harris ) all 
John Porter Edw d Ashly. Edw d Hynes j Marriners 
Robert Mackrell y e Ship Mary Ann from Dublin 

John Gallard a Gent m & his waiting man 
Tho 8 Barber y e Sloop Fryall from Mariland 

Andrew Woodbery Marriner. 
John Pomrey y e Sloop Mary from Antigua 
No Passengers. 

19 John Ford y e Sloop Begining from New York 

No Passengers 

20 Richard Brown y e Sloop Virgins Venture from Jamaica 

Sam Rogers a Doctor. John Macklin a Carpenter 
W m Spencer y e Sloop Pine Apple from St Christopher 

Jonas Gretty [?] a Marriner 

Sam 1 Pompillion " 

William Beckman y e Sloop Speadwell from New York 

No Passengers 

21 Joseph Sherbuu y e Pink Sarah from Madera 

No Passengers 

William Punchard y e Sloop Endeavour from Long 
Island 

Stephen Winston a Joyner 
John Brown y e Ship Rich d & John from London 

Benj a Woodbridge a Marriner 

Powell Howard a ditto 

22 William Dove y e Brig" Success from Jamaica 

No Passengers. 

23 Sam 1 Raymond y e Sloop Deborah from South Carolina 

No Passengers 
Nehemiah Doan y e Sloop Rebecca from Connecticut 

One Marriner 

25 William Bleay y e Sloop Hannah & Mary from Com- 
peachy 
No Passengers 



236 CITY DOCUMKXT No. 100. 

June 25 Peter Johnson y e Brig" Adventure from Marriland 

No Passengers 
John Rawlings y e Ship Mayflower from Cape Fransway 

No Passengers 
George Woodhouse y e Ship Success from Hull & Fyall 

John Belligner 
Nich 1 Oursell y e Ship Glob e from Ireland 

John Bedford, Charles Ohara Shoe Makers 

James Hiues, Cooper 

W m Ennis, Peirce Shortell, Carpenters 

John Edward, Tho 8 Lindly, Smiths 

John & Benj a Wilcock Lock- Smiths 

John Ennis, Currier 

Henry Coulton, Printer 

Thomas Baxter, Naylor 

W m Baxter ditto 

Chris' Pescot, Pattoon Maker 

Abra m Barnes Silver & Gold Cup Maker 

Daniel Gibbs, Silver Smith 

Robert Darky, Taylor 

Barb y Bradford Katherine Wittehead, Lace Makers. 

Eliza Doyle, Coock 

Mary Reed, Milener 

Mary Crompston, Ribon Weaver 

Mary Antwisdal, Button Maker 

Mary Grant, Bedcase weaver. Mary Home, East 8 : 
Potts. Ma m Jane Damby, Coock 

Maite John & Patrick fargison Rlarriners 

26 Joshua Thomas the Sloop Union from Barbados 

No Passengers. 

Nath 1 Uring, y e Ship Princes of Portiugal from Madera 
James Clark a Merchant. 

27 Henry Foster y e Ship Sedgewick from y e Isle of May 

No Passengers 
William Alden y e Sloop Speadwell from Annapolis 

Tho 8 Wetherbe a Souldier. 
Joseph Prince y e Sloop Seaflower from North Carolina 

No Passengers. 
Jacob Boardman y e Sloop Eliza, from North Carolina 

Benj a Edey a Carpenter & one Mar'riner. 

27 Henry Davis y e Brigg' Speadwell from Antigua 

John Drew a Taylor 

28 John Braddick y e Sloop Revenge from New London 

Hanah Goodale Spinster 

29 Tho 8 Lathrop y e Sloop Adventure from New London 

No Passengers 

30 Abraham Howard y e Ship Brittania from Barbados 

Benj* Woodbridge a Youth 

William a servant 

John Osborn y e Ship Patience & Judith from London 
Adam Woods Woolcomber 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 237 

Andrew Forbes Mereh' 

Mark Hading a Joyner & his wife 

Patrick Ogilve Merch 1 

Jos h Brandon a Serv' to W m Allen 

Tho 8 . Tims Merch 1 

Tho 8 Dresser, John Kimball, Redmon ^ 

Johnin, James Hvde, Tho 8 . Sherbon, | All 

Tho 8 Wincall John Fitygerrill, Tho s } 

Foster, Jos h Green Story King & I Marriners. 

William Symonds. 

These are to Acquaint the Select men of Boston, that I John 
Bell living in King Street Boston, have lett out a small part of 
my Shop to John Hall watchmaker ; who came from London 
about 5 months agoe as I am informed ; a single person and of a 
sober life & conversation and follows his business very dilligently ; 
-I took him into my Shop upon Thursday the 29 th day of March 
last past: 1716 

from yours to serve. 

John Bell 

Boston July 30 th 1716 

Lately arrivd from London. Francis Dewing who Engraveth 
and Printeth Copper Plates, Likewise Coats of Arms and Cyphers 
on Silver Plate. He Likewise Cuts Neatly in wood and Printeth 
Callicoes. &c. 

Lodging at M rs Hawks worths against the Bunch of Grapes in 
King Street arrivd in the Jollif Galley capt Aram Commander 
the begining of July 1716. 

Massachusetts Impost Office. Boston. 

Vesse 18 Entered in the month of July 1716. 
July 2 Benj a Shommedieu y e Sloop Ann from New London 

No Passengers 
Tho 8 Foster y e Sloop Mary from Bahernies 

No Passengers. 

Sam 11 Saunders y e Sloop Eliz a & Mary from Newfound- 
land 

No Passengers. 
Joseph Warren y e ship Winter-Bourn from Bristoll 

Ann Atwood & Child 

Mary Battell & Six Servants 
3 David Gentleman y e Pink, Eliza from Madera 

Richard & Patrick French Merchts 

John Richardson Gent 

Mar}* 

Tho 8 Pickendon y* ship America from Lisborn 

No Passengers. 
Sam 11 Skeel y e ship John & Tho 8 from New Castle 

Robert Young George Palmer 

W m Brown John Graham 

Ross Ory 



238 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

July 5 W m Partridge y e ship Eliz a from Surenam 

W m Blanchajd a Bay Man 
6 Timothy Mulford y e Sloop Success from Connecticut 

No Passengers. 

Phillip Bass y e Sloop Mary from Cape Fransway 

No Passengers. 
7 Sam 11 Pell the Sloop Abigail from Barbados 

No Passengers. 
Silvanus Hussey y 6 Sloop Eagle from North Carolina 

Humphry Wady a Glover 

Edw d Nuby a Cooper 
Simon Slocomb y e Sloop Success from Maryland 

No Passengers 
John Wells the Sloop Experience from Exuena 

No Passengers. 

9 John Lane y e Sloop Friends Adventure from New 

Hamshire 
No Passengers. 

Richard Pitcher y e Snow W m & James from Barbados 
No Passengers. 

10 Sam 1 Foye y e Ship Crown Gaily from Isle of May 

No Passengers. 

John Margeson y e Sloop Mercury from New York 

Peter Cole well a Cape Maker 

11 Benj a Evans y e Sloop Betty from Barbado 8 

Charles Penny a Mercht & his boy 
John Higinbothem a Planter. 

12 John Aram y e Ship Jollif Gaily from London 

W m Baker, Man- 11 

Capt Armitage Ditto & His Boy 

Francis Dewing Engraver 

W m Foster School Master 

Jno Richards Johny Tyley M r Wadsworth Marriners 
. James Painter Abra ra Lyon serv 1 * 

Eliza Winfield Ditto 

Eliza Stewart. 
Tho s Lithered y e Ship Mary from London 

Capt. Rich d Foster 

Capt. Peter Blackstone 

M r Robert Butler ) AT , ts 

M r Tho 8 Phillips f* 

Capt Calvad a French Marriner. 
Joseph Kidder y c Brig' Mich 1 & Eliza from Barbados 

No Passengers. 
James Lugmore y e Ship Katherine & Eliz a from Barbados 

No Passengers. 
14 Joseph Johnson y e Sloop Goodwin from Rhode Island 

No Passengers 
16 W" Hackleton y e Sloop Boneto from Compeachy 

No Passengers 
Edward Lucey y e Ship Mary from Jarsy & Falmoth 

charles de Curterett Amis Renouf 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 239 

July * Edw d Renouf Francis Durel 

Phillip Blackmore Francis De Rue 

Math" Fall Phillip Leblam 

& 7 B.oys and 2 Girls Servants. 

17 Gershom Cobb y e sloop Society from Connecticut 

Nath 11 Barbor. Merch'. 
James Goold y e Sloop Hopewell from Philadephia 

Benf Street. W m Person Mar 11 

Benj a Holmes. Hannah Cook Spinster 
Tho s Thornason y e Sloop Succeedwell fr m North 

Carolina 

No passengers but Mariners 

Henry Aurthur y e Ship Happy Return from Isle of 
May 

Francis Masters W m Stone 

Antho" Harbourt 

18 Tho 8 Porter y e Sloop Diamond from Antigua 

No Passengers 
John Janverin y e Ship King George from Surrenam 

Phillip Reason Nich 8 Artue Marr r 

Richard Sprague a Cooper 
Rich d Chisman y e Ship Anna from London 

Abra m Souter Mech" Jn Jackson a Joyner 

23 Edward Dennett y e Ship Loyal George from London 

Maftin a Sail Maker 
Andrews a Cabbinet Maker 

24 Peter Moredock y e Sloop Katharine from Long Island 

No Passengers 
Joseph Allen y e Sloop Neptune from New London 

No Passengers 
W m Goold v e Sloop Neptune from Annopilas 

W m Sheriff 

Deliverence Blin y e Sloop Two Brothers from New 
London 

John Bennett Cordwainer. 

25 Phillip Barger y e Ship Hannavour Street from Barbados 

No Passengers 

26 Jeremiah Wilson y e Sloop Ann from New York 

Benj a Smith Chair Maker 

27 John Fuller y e Brigg" John & Eliza from Barbados 

No Passengers 

30 Josiah Prince y e Sloop Mayflower from Connecticut 

No Passengers 
John Jones y e Sloop Adventure from South Carolina 

No Passengers 
John Mitchell y e Sloop Hannah & Mary from North 

Carolina 
No Passengers 

Tho 8 Smith y e Sloop Adventure from Madera 
Tho 8 Wright a Marriner 

31 Edw d Freeman y 6 Sloop Farmers Tryal from North 

Carolina 
No passengers 



240 CITY. DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Sept. Vessels Entred in the Month of September 1716 

Allex.inder Baker y e Brigg 1 . Phillip & Mary from 
Mountseratt 

No Passengers 
David Arnold y e Sloop Charles fr" 1 Annopolis 

No Passengers. 

3 James Cahoone y e Sloop Mary fr m Rhode Island 

No Passengers. 
Timothy Williamson y e Sloop Martha fr 1 ". Connecticut 

Sarah Strong, Spinster 

Robert Holleday 
Joseph Bos worth y e Ship Neptune from Barbados 

W m Brown Merch' 

4 Henry Lowder y e Brigg 1 . Dilligent fro m Antigua 

Sam 1 . Royall Merch 1 . & Bro 1 . 
Frewin a Tallow Chandler. 

5 Jeffry Bedgood y e Ship Eliz a . fro m S t . Christophers 

No Passengers 

8 Dan 1 . Jackson y e Sloop Mayflower fr m . Newheaven 

Sarah Cotton Spinster 

John Lastly y e Sloop Speadwell fr m . Jamaica 
No Passengers. 

10 Jacob Boardmau y e Sloop Eliz a . fr m N. Carolina 

No Passengers 
Will 1 ". Walter the Sloop Mayflower fr m . Anopolis 

W m . Tipen [ ?] A Solder 
Rich d . Collier y e Brigg 1 . Dan 1 , fr. Surrenam 

Phillip Lewis Marin r . 

Miles Rainsbothem y e Sloop Jane & Mary fr m . No. 
Carolina 

Ebenez r . Allen 

11 John Thorp Brigg": Eliz a . fr m . Lisbon 

No Passengers. 
John Bonner y e Sloop Christopher fr m . Barbados 

No Passengers 

Ebenezer Graves y e Ship John & William fr 1 ". 
Compeachy 

John Lane Jos. Rogers ) ^ 

Jn. Woodman Cornelius Mackneroll ) 
William Jarmann y e Snow Henry fr m . Bristol 

W m . Bryan a Marin r . 
John Lennard y c Ship three Maryes fr. Barbados 

No Passengers 
14 Henry Richards y e Pink Rebecca fr m . Topsam 

W m . Joanes W m . Pallamer ) o _* 

Benf. Brook Jacob Barnes } k 
18 David Prince y c Sloop James & Mary fr m . N.Carolina 

Jon a Phelps plant". 

Charles Bull Cabinet Maker 
Ebenezer Chamberlain y e . Sloop Martha fr m . N. Carolina 

Sam 1 . Nortliy a Mariner 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPER?. 241 

Sept. 20 Sam. Roberts y e Sloop Eliz a . fr" 1 . Newfoundland 
John Poor & Wife 

Jn. Pop Peter Dimond James Comins 
Rich d . Moncoy Rich d . Clark Tho 9 . Warriu 
James Semons Tho 9 . Ebdon Amos Velicot 



Jn. Chaple Jn. Lecan Robert Webber 



Marriners 



Antho y . Torel Sam 1 . Adams Robert Brooks 
Jn. Knot Jn. Arly Jn. Shopin 
Jn. Radford Jn. Edwards 
George Pumiss y e Brigg' Joseph & Sarah fr" 1 . London & 

Teuareaf 

James Sterling a Merch'. & Six of his Marin 8 . 
Gresham Cobb the Sloop Brothers Society fr 1 ". 

Connecticut 
John Hayden 
21 Edward Sturgis y e Sloop Prosperity from Connecticut 

Jn. Darling * ) ,-, 

T-i -j c -n A. IT- \ Farmers 

David Sturgis Peter King ) 

John Abbott y e Sloop Seaflower fr" 1 . New Hamshire 

One Woman & 2 Children 
Robert Mires y e Brigg'. Lamb fr m . Compeachy 
Josiah Robert a bayman 
Jerm a . Cogswell a Doctor 

24 John Larment y e Sloop Adventure fr. Newfoundland 
Mark Dem, Pirce Dwyre, Pirce Gent 
James Garwarn, Nich 8 Robert, W m Warrin 
Tho 8 Chevalier, Jn. Chevalier, Jacob Am 
John Lebrok, Phillip Lemarmett, Simon Levil 
P,eirce Leprevet, James Rabay, Tho 8 . Boarai 
Mich 1 . Rabay, Tho 3 . Blondell, Glande Lesage 
BertremDenisod,BarnardUherenne, Mich". Thomas 
Jn Lovlel, Jearge Parker, John Lecras 
Tho 8 Steeme, Thos. Baily Honori Silvester 
Ebenezer Fisher y e Sloop Katherine fr ra . St. Thomases 

No Passengers 
Arnold Gillum y e Sloop 4 Friends fr m . Connecticut 

No Passengers 
Peter Murdock y e Sloop Katherine fr m . Long Island 

No Passengers 
Dan 1 Frizell y e Brigg'. Betty f r m . Antigua 

No Passengers 
Willoby Hall y e Ship Fortune from New Castle 

No Passengers 
Isaac Bird y e George & Mary fr ra . Wevmoth 

W m . Gilbert a Merch'. 
John Gale y e Barque Carpenter fr m . White Heaven 

No Passengers 
Deliverance Blinn y e Sloop 2 Brothers fr m . Connecticut 

No Passengers 

Tho 8 . Jenkins y e Brigg'. Success fr m . Bilboa & Cows 
No Passengers 



242 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Sept. 24 Thos. Daggett y e Ship Esther f r m . London 
Rich d . QuickC Rich" Mohaer ~) 
Jn. Pressin wife & Child [ Marin 8 
Jane Rogers & 3 Children J 
Thomas Potts y e Ship Anna & Mary fr m . Bristoll 
Tho 8 . Carslaice a Merch 4 
Tho 8 . Barnat Jn. Moffat Rich d . Revess & Wife 

Marin 8 . 

Thos. Goodfellow a husbandman 
Jacob Spikman a Cooper 
Giles Lester Clark 

Joseph New Shipwright Thos. Gilbert & Serv'. 
Tho 8 . Dimond the Ship Dove fr m . London 
John Frizel a Lad 
Patrick Gaskin a Gent 1 . 
Tho 8 . Goodale Merch 1 . 
William Beckman y e Sloop Speadwell fr 1 ". New York 

Mr. Peck a Leather Dresser 

25 Tho 8 . Fleming y e Sloop Grahound fr ra . South Carolina 
Jn. Ranchen Merch 1 & his Wife 
Jn. Markland Doc'. 
Dan 1 . Dean Plant r . 
Jn. Demick Edw d . Demerick ") 
Jn. Hipingstall Jn. Pollock \ Mariners 
Will. Hipingstall } 

Sam 1 . Cutler Sailmaker 
Jon a . Sharp y e Ship Marblehead fr m . Holland 

Jacob Wendall a Merch*. 
27 Richard Thomas y e Ship Thomas from Jamaica 

No Passengers 

29 George Marshall y e Brigg' Mary fr" 1 . Barbados 
No Passengers. 

Dated primo October 1716 

Dan. Russell, Cornm. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 



243 



A LIST OF SCHOLARS. 



William Waters 
Eben r . Waters 
Joseph Johnson 
Benj a . Clark 
Isaac McDaniel 
Walter Smallidge 
Daniel Collins 
John Pace 
Jacob Wendell 
Stephen Dumaresq 
Francis Welch 
Thomas Seymore 
Isaac Winslow Clark 
Skinner Russell 
James Lamb 
Ellis Gray Blake 
Thomas Hickling 
Joseph Taylor 
Solomon Blake 
George Blake 
Charles Sigourney 
Norton Brilesford 
John Gore 
John Maverick 
John Fletcher 
Henry Fletcher 



The above is a true List, of Eighty Six Scholars, belonging to a 
Publick School, for Writing and Arithmetick, under the Care and 
Education, of Samuel Holyoke, Master. 

Boston June 29, 1753. 



Edward Waine 


John Glasures 


Thomas Foster Will" 1 . Agar 
Will m . Rogers John Clark 
Henry Hoskius Jon a . Balch 
Geo e . Allen Elias Hearsey 
Geo e .Numarch Clarke John Holyoke 
John Emmons Will 111 . Perkins 


Will m . Brown 
Will m . Hearsey 


Benj a . Waine 
John Farnum 


Jacob Williams 
John Salisbury 
Oliver Luckis 


Will" 1 . Bonynge 
John Maxwell Hood 
James Clark 


Tho 8 . Clarke Searle 


Robert Williams 


Elizur Holyoke 
John Langford 
Nathan Millward 


Nath 1 . Emmons 
Enoch Crosby 
Edmund Moulton 


Will m . Millward 


Will" 1 . Bennet. 


Thomas Cobb 
Will m . Sunderland 


Benja. Hoskins 
John Brilesford 


Joseph Decoster 
Nath 1 . Rogers 
Alexander Proa 


John Davis 
Josiah Millward 
Nath 1 . Eaton 


John Roulstone 
John Lord 


Jon a . Stoodly 
W m . Ross 


Eben r . Williston 


John Coombes 


Thomas Knox 


Andros Randoll 


Alexander Williston 


John Foster Williams 


Geo e . Davenport 
Will" 1 . Russell 
Nath 1 . Fowle. 


Benj a . Hatch 
John Gowdey 
Will 1 ". Delarue 



Patrick Power 
David Dunn 
Patrick Phealan 
Micheal Nevil 
Phillip Ryan 



Imported from Hallyfax in the 
Phipps 

Passengers Names 
John Ryan, 
Edmond Magrath 
John Cuff, 
Thomas Glody, 
Hugh Keen 



The above are Fishermen 
Aug 19. 1762. 



Scoon r Patience W r 



Rich d . Power 
Thorn 8 . Power 
James Cosquer 
Thomas Fitzgearld 



W m Phipps 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



the Passengers on Board the 



Brigg 



The List of 

Elizabeth. 

Gentlemen in the Cabin. 

M r Lewis Merch'. Capt. Sheppard, Marriner. 

M r Thomas " Capt Cooke Landed at Nova Scotia. 

Capt. Will" 1 Sheppard, Marriner. M r Gill " " " 

M r Williams, Mercht M r Shaahay " " fct " 

Capt Hosier, Marriner. Capt. Johnson, Marriner 

The Shipes Company in the Sturage 
Gilbert Northey mate, W m Frygall, Sam 1 . Breed, 

John Sealy, James orchard, Thomas Hamilton, 

John Casey, W m . Shannan, Ed. Shaahay, 

Amos Boom, Thomas Hoodley, Abraham Haldridge, 

Christopher Frances, John Darge, Jacob Luke. 

W ra Edgiscoate 

The Famleys 

Henrey Bradford Ship carpenter one Wife sister and 4 children 
W' n Pulling, Mason and his wife 

W m Hyman Fisherman and 2 woman and 4 children 
Joseph Pottle ship carpenter one woman and 6 " 
Philip Marshal, Fisherman one woman 2 " 

Ed. Freeman, Fisherman 3 " 

Mathew Greenslet " one woman 3 " 

Joseph Newel " one woman 1 " 

George Wood Taylor one woman 2 " 

James Daw one woman 3 " Landed at 

Nova Scotia Frs Hearn 

Emanuel Stow, Fisherman two women 5 children 
John Waldon carpenter one woman 1 child. 

I. Office Boston Aug 24. 1762. 

A list of Pasingers Brought oup from Halifax In the Sloop 
Swaller Samuel Doggett, Mastar 

Doct. McCornb Royal Regiment Halifax 
Neail his Sarvent ditto 

M r Sanders marchant Mariland 

William Philips Sandwich 



William Huston? Boston 



Petar Aiers, Manchester 
Mosses Lowel, Rowley 
Jesiah Molten, Wannam 
Samuel Palmer Rowly 
Seth Blossam, Barnstabl 
John Poor larland 

Elihu Wordrof ) 
Thomas Peach ) New York 

Mason & Wife and five Children Molbary 
John Dobl ) 
Job Baxter I Boston 

I. Office Boston May 17. 1762 



Trader 

Printer 

Fisherman 

Trader 

Salar 

Trader 

Trader 

Book keeper 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 245 

PORT ARRIVALS IMMIGRANTS. 

[The first name is evidently that of the captain of the vessel.] 
1763. 

Mar 16 Hugh Hunter, Ship Devonshire from London 

Cap 1 . Sam. Dashwood. Cap'. Will ra Scott, Marriners. 

M r John Lewis. M r John Hatton, Merchants 
18 Marlaugh M c Carrell, Sloop Phenix from Louisburgh 

Lieu 1 Barnes of the 45 th Regiment. His Wife & 2 

Serv' 8 
22 Seth Chipman Sloop Abig 1 from North Carolina 

Phelix Dunn a Marin r 
25 Joseph Ingraham Schoon r Speedwell from St Martins 

Cap'. Rob' Follett Marrin r 
28 Thorns Valentine Brig 8 Vanson N. York. 

M Houldies wife to M r Houldies of New York. 

Lydia Wisell a Mollato 
April 2 Hugh Orr Schoon r Betsey from Maryland 

John Lablanch ) Frenchmen that went from this 

Simon White J Province 
Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Betsey from Hallifax 

John Bels, Merch'. Peter Yengle Traider 

Patrick Poor, Taylor 

Joseph Williston, And w Master, John Roach ") Far- 
Luke Her well, Fran 8 Mores, Adam Inster j mers. 

Joseph Elisken, Will" 1 Pake) ., 
o i r> -r>j d TT f Sailors 

Sam 1 Bryon, Edw d Hier. j 

Enoch Creken Soldier. 

4 Thorn' Frazier Sloop Phenix N. Carolina 

Morris Dunlay | 
John j 

5 Bellingham Watts Schoon r Charmg Salley [from] Provi- 

dence 

M r David Love a Trader 

Cap' Abrah m Gubuatt Marrin'. 
9 Crowell Hatch Sloop Salley from N. Carolina 

M r Read a Planter 

Cap' Gilbert Ash Marrin' 
15 Sam 1 Gorham Sloop Baltimore from Philadelphia 

M r Curaings Merch' 
18 Nath 1 Shiverick Sloop Lovey from Philadelphia. 

Cap'. Eversou of Salem Marrin r & His Mate. 

20 Calvin Deleno Sloop Dove from N. Carolina 

M Moor a Widow 

M r Archab d Gallaspe Merch' 

21 George Bartlet Sloop Speedwell from Maryland 

Miss's Jane & Peggy Gorden for Hallifax 
" Jon th Snow Sloop Scorton Polley from Philedelpha 

M r John Johnson Merch'. 
25 James Dickey Sloop Lucy from Hallifax 

Jam 8 Dennis a Soldier & His wife. 



246 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Susanna Favr wife to a Soldier 

John Forguson a Trader 

M r Yearley a Merch 4 

Jam 8 Sherman a Jewiler 

Eliz 411 Richards a Spinster 

M Green belonging to Hallifax. 
27 Will Jernigan Sloop Brittania from Maryland 

W m King a Marrin 1 

Josiah Gorham Sloop liana from Philidelpha 
M r . W m . Black Merch 1 . 
May 3 Edm d Morton. scoon r Dove from Hallifax 

M" Gerrish Wife to Benj a Gerrish Esq r 

M rs Gray wife to Mr Gray 

Mess Jacob & John Wendell Merch 4 

Capt Small & two sailors 

Capt Black " four sailors. 
9 Thorn 3 Goodspeed Sloop Desire from Connecticutt 

David Rowland Esq r & Daughter. 

10 Elnathan Jones Scooner Susan h from Granada. 

Cap' Lawson ") 

Cap 4 Mum ford & Boy > Marriners 

M r Giles & two Boys. ) 
Nath 1 Tompson Sloop Defiance from Philadelp* 

M r Morrison, Mr Combs, Mr Smithers, Marriners 
John McKean Scoon r Lark from Havanah 

M r Atkins a Merch 1 

11 Thomas Jones Sloop Tryal from N. Carolina 

M r Thorn 8 Shaw") 

M r Jn Conney > Traders. 

M r Mick \ 

Peter Newman Marrin r 

M rs Mary Pitman & her Brother Children to M 1 

Pitman, Hatter. 
14 Nath 1 Doan Sloop Polly from Connecticut 

M Starr Wife to Cap Starr, & his son 

Eliz th Snow Spinster 

Joaua Green Daughter to M r Green Bi-asier 

& three men belonging to Connecticut 
Rob 4 Calef ship Volunteer from London 

Cap Elliot Hugh McCoy ) Marrinerg 

Tho 8 How W m Renolds [ * 

21 Nath 1 Williams Snow Priscilla from S 4 Tubes [Saint 
Ubes] 

M r Thorn 8 Cassey Merch 4 
Zach h Gage schooner Tryal from Martinico 

Cap 4 Job Bradford Marriner 

Doct. Loring 

4 Marriners 
23 Mark Fernald sloop Friends Adventure from Piscataqua 

Eben r Hodskins ") 

Jonth" Wetam , ,. 

Geden Watam ' Soldiers 

Jacob Bridgham J 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 247 

23 Sam 1 Windson Sloop Unity from Annapolis 

M r Reed a Farmer 

M r Fletcher a Ditto 

M r Barnes a Ditto. 
30 Jam 8 Dean Sloop Defiance from Hallifax. 

List not given in. 
June 4 Joseph Chapman Sloop Ranger from Connecticut 

Mary Edwards Spinster. 
9 Jam 8 Dickey Sloop Lucy from Fort Cumberland 

M r Charles Chalton a Farmer 
13 Caleb Symmes Brig 1 Catherine from Guaodilope 

Henry Vassel Esq & 3 children to His care. 
17 W m Wimble Sloop Stanford from New York 

8 House Carpenters belonging to this town. 
" Ephraim Dean Schoon r Murrey from New F d Land 

Cap n Bulley a Marrin r 



r 
M r Brock j 

20 Epes Greenough Sloop 3 Friends from Piscatuqua 

Miss Eliz th Bryan Spinster 
M Han h Day wife to a Merch' 

Nath 1 . Shiverick Sloop Lovey from Philadelphia 

David Scott, Weaver 

M r Boyes Brazier 

M rs Catherine Horrick wife to a Marriner 

Frank a Marriner 

21 John Finder Sloop Salley from N. Carolina 

John Atkins Trader 

Hen y Haughton Schoon r Betsey from N. Carolina 

M r W m Thompson Merch 1 

22 Tho 8 Mitchel Schoon r Glasgow from N. F d Land 

M r Hamilton a Lieut 1 

M Warren Wife to a Soldier & 2 Children 
27 Step" Bourroughs Schoon r Mercury from Connect 

M" Clark of Connecticut 

M r8 Han h & Esther Shelton of Ditto 

M rs Abig 1 Lewis Ditto 
" David Codner Schoon r Policy from New F. Land 

Cap" Sam 1 Row, Cap" Swetland ^ 

Cap" Jonas Bass, Cap" Tead > Marriners 

Cap" Hall, ) 

James Orr Snow Jenney from Glasgow , 

13 Sailors 

Will" 3 Smith a Lockmaker. Alex r Willson a Brewer 

Will 1 " Barely a Smith. M r Rob' Shelork Merch 1 
Epes Greenough Sloop three Friends from Piscatuqua 

Mary Prout, Deborah Prout & Abig 1 Lang Spinsters 
George Hastam Sloop Yarmoth from Hallifax 

Cap n Keen, Cap" Will m Barren, "j 

Lieut Abrah ra Tuckerman. i Provential 

Lieut Nathan Deleno. [ Officers 

Lieut Isaac Tuckerman 



248 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



July 25 



27 



28 



30 



Aug. 



Lieut Michael Martin 

Doc 1 Moor 

5 Sergeants 

30 Privats 

10 Women Viz*. 

Mary Tuckerman 

Ann Evens 

Mary Ryan 

Marg' McKimm 

Mary Grey 

Lydia Keen 

Hannah Morse 

Mary Gault 

Margert Akins 

Jane Warner 



) Provential 
) Officers 

Ditto 

Ditto Soldiers 

14 children Viz' 
Eliz th Keen 
Jane Warner 
Char 3 Warner 
Marg* Warner 
Mary Tuckerman 
Earth Tuckerman 
Marg 1 Akins 
Ann Gault j 
Lydia Keen / 
Abig 1 Keen I 42 men 
Joanna Keen / 10 women 
Rob 1 Keen \ 14 children 
Lydia Ryan ) 



/ 



Merch" 



Ann Evans 

Isaac Phillips Schoon r Nancy from Cape Breton 
John Monlony, Cap 1 Curr. Mich 1 Colman 
John Bowles, M r Shepard. Edw d Terrel f 
Jam 8 Carrol, Taylor John Dillon, Marrin r ' 
Doct Rogers, Catharine Ceasey 
Will" 1 Morton Brig 1 Industry from Georga 

M r David Conzenham Planter 
And w Gardner Brig 1 New Swallow from New York. 

Passengers not given in 
W m Homer Schoon r Ranger from Fyall 

M r Char 3 Milton. 

Epes Greenough Sloop three Friends from Piscatuqua 
Cap" Sam 1 Darling ~\ 
Rich d Marshall [ Marrin' 
Will" 1 Thomas ) 

M. Mary Sherburn & Her son belongs to Piscat- 
uqua. 
John Dean Brig' True Britton from Jamaica 

M r Nathan Butler a Gentleman 
Benj" Stedman Schoon r Humbird from Jamaica 

Mr Will" 1 Perrey ) ,, , t 
TV/T T 8 -nru-4. r Merch' 
Mr Jam 3 White j 

Jon*" Clarke Sloop Sherburn from Cape Sables 

Jo n 1 " Worth Farmer 

Elisha Coffen Fisherman 

M rs Doan wife to a Farmer. 
Jos h Dobel Schoon r Nancy from N. F. Land 

Cap' John Pele Marrin r 
Helier Thoumy Brig' Royal Charlotte from the Havanah. 

Lawrance Memy a Boy that was cast a Way. 
And w Newell Schoon r Ann from St Eustatia 

Lieut Phillips & His Serv' 

Cap n Walker Man* 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 249 

12 Fran 8 Wells Brig* Hannah from Martineco 

M r Will" 1 Ramsey Merch' 

13 Eph M c Farland Sloop Peggy from N. F. Land. 

M r Boswetb a Merch'. 
Hugh M c Phillimy Sloop Unity from Hallifax 

Josiah Nuttage ") 

Will" 1 Wheat [-Traders. 

John Griffin j 

John Peck House Carpenter. 
15 Corn 8 Crocker jun r Schoon r Lucretia from N. Carolina 

Cap n Allen. 
Nath 1 Doan Sloop Policy from Connecticut 

M rs Melone a Widow 

M r Wells, M r John Norton Farmers. 

Jam 8 Peirepoint Sailor 
18 Nath 1 Shiverick Sloop Lovey from Philadelphia 

Cap". Gabrel Leblon 

Doct. Torrey [ ?] & His Wife 

W m Brown a Painter 

Jonath Herd a Taylor 

Miss Nancy Macksford to the care of M r Maxwell. 
20 Jam 8 Dickey Sloop Lucy from Fort Cumberland 

David Hopkins a Farmer 

Will" 1 Sharp a Seaman 

Jane Danford wife to a Soldier at Fort Cumberland. 

25 Nath. Atwood Sloop Sally from Louisbourgh 

Sam 1 Bonner Merch' 

John Coverly, Clerk to the Hospital at Hallyfax 

Joseph Peirce a Carpenter 

26 Noah Doggett Scoon r Abigail from Bristoll 

James Russell Merch 1 

Cap Duff ) ,, . 

T o T^ i- u r Marrmers. 

Jn English ) 

29 W ra Wimble Sloop Stamford from N. York 

M rs Cowdry & three children, wife to M r Cowdry a 

Clerk 

Sept 2 Benj a Homer Sloop Swallow from Quebec 
M' Will Dooley ) 
M r David Orrick } * 
27 Soldiers 

5 Ephraim Dean Schoon r Murray from N. F. Land 
Soldiers. 

13 John Waterman Sloop Deborah [from] Philadelphia 

Cap' Lamb 

M r White a Soap Boyler. 

14 Revell Munroe Sloop Advice from N. Carolina 

M r Parker Quince a Merch' 
Roger Moor a Youth for Education. 
24 Joshua Beal Schoon r Desire from Hallifax 
The Rev d Mess" Manning & Sutton 
M r Daniel Sigorney Mercht 



250 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Hen y Clarey 
M r John Wakefield 
Step" Walker 
Norman M c Cloud 
W m Dougharty 
Joseph- Collick 



Daniel Kenney 



Soldiers 



W m Wood 
W m M c Garth 
Sam 11 Killpatrick 
Alex Brown 
W m Campbell 
Peter Lebauch 
Roger Ryan a Soldier & his wife 
Sam 1 Stebbens Scoon Eliz from Quebeck 
Cap Roger Bartlet & his men | M 
Cap. Habersham J 1V 

26 Linsford Morey Scooner Speedwell from Bristoll 
John Harris "| 
Thorn 8 Cain > Marriners 
W m Screech) 
Andr w Jackson a Distiller 

29 James Dickey Sloop Lucy from Cumberland 
Cap 1 John Walker 
M r Robert Wadley a Brewer 
M r Jn Edyl 
M r King > Farmers 
M r Gardner ) 
Oct. 5 Lott Hall Sloop Endeavour from Quebec 

M r Charles Jerham a Merch'. 
10 Hugh M c Phillimy Sloop Unity from Halifax 

M r Walker, Tim Dawey, Tho 8 Hubbard 1 Q - , ,. 
David M'Lane, Desire Haws. j k 

Tho 8 Paul Carpenter 
Barber Walker Traider. 
Phillis Henry Wife to a Painter at Halifax 
Tho 9 Simmons 1 Sailor 

Ellery Bridge Wife to a Surveyor at Luningburg 
Jam 8 Freeman -a Lad for Education 
Jon" Mansfield Sloop Dove from Connect'. 

M rs Rebecca Russell a Widow 
Eleaz Hathaway Sloop Ranger from New F d Land 

James Morton ) .. 
T-,, r A r Sailors. 

Eben r Avery j 

Rob 1 Farthing Ship Adm 1 Boscowen from N. Castle 

M r Lowdey a Cooper. 
13 John Philips Brig' Industry from St Enstatia 

M rs Hawks & Son 
Fran 8 Chase Sloop Baltimore from Philad a 

Jam 8 Renolds Merch' 

M r Dean. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 251 

17 Chars.? Andrews Sloop Mary from Connect*. 

M r John Brown & 2 Boys & 1 Girl to His care 

18 John Tyler Brig' Kitty from S* Martins 

M r Isaac Waterman a Merch'. 

18 Josiah Loring Brig' Peace & Plenty from London 
Cap n Tho 8 Tatham, Cap" Robert Young Marriners 
M r Jonath" Amory, M r WilP" Greenleaf Merch ts 
Doc 1 Jn Greenleaf 

John ? Clark a Youth to the Care of M r Head 
Jam 8 Smellidge Carpenter 

Jn Bell, Jam 8 Boyard, Joseph Phillips ) ,., . n 
Jn Bound M r Ellis [ 1V 

20 Justus Taylor Sloop Three Partners from Connect' 

M Wendell a Widow 
M Hannah Doan Spinster 
Sam 1 Soul Sloop Abig 1 from N. Carolina 

Rob' Jordan a Lad to the Care of the Captain 

21 Will m Hayes Brig 1 Wolf from Kirkwell 

Tho 8 frail a Lad to the Care of Jam 8 Trail of this 

Town. 
28 Barns Coffen Schoon r Dolphen from N. F d . Land- 

Tho 8 Darbey,Edw d Morrosey, Mich 1 Coleman") M 
Arch d Lake, Jam 8 Fitzpatrick, Abel Smith, f . a r *'~ 
W m Haven. ) ri 

Jam 8 Montgomerie Ship Doglass from Scotland. 

Lynall Cambal, Symon Corled, Mich 1 MCarney, 
Ralph ODonal, W m Harreson, W m Creer, Rob' 
Corled, Jn Guiles, W m Seal, Jn Creer, Jn 
Doughny, W m Morrison, Marg' Quark, Eliz th Chris- 
tian, Ann Moore, Margret Callo, Eliz th Tear, Jane 
Kelly, Jane Nean, Gather 6 Corkan,.Eliz th Carran. 
M r Moor a Cooper, M r Harrison Geutlem n 
Cap 1 Christian. Marrin r W m Kelley, Shoemaker. 
31 Peter Doyle Sloop two Sisters from N. F d Land. 
Cap" Cook, Cap n Ceasey Marrn" 
George Swan 

Baker 

Rich d Carpenter 
Will 1 " Copper 
John Cooper 
W m Cooper 
Elias Halstaf 
Rober' Feature 
John Pills 
Geo Glover 
W m Bishop 
Fran 8 Murphey 
Patrick White 
Patrick Dumphey 
Peter Provo 
John Patch 
Will Bradley. 



252 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Nov 3 John Tozer Brig* Swift from New Castle 

John Carr Sailor 

Gilroy Do. 

7 Valentine Baker Snow Bristol from New F d Land 

Rich d Waterman Merch' 
Eph m Dean Schoon r Molley from Hallifax 

Lieut 8 Newton & Weston officers 

M r Greenleaf Doct. Cap" Scott Marrin 8 and sundry 

others as per List now sent. 
Abel Badger Sloop Success from Philed a 

List not yit givin in. 
7 Josiah Beal Schoon r Desire from Hallifax 

not given in 
9 John Blake ship Adventure from London 

List not given in. 
15 Rob 1 M c Curdy Sloop Endeavour from Hallifax 

Passengers as p r List 
Andrew Simonton sloop Seaflower from Quebec 

M r Burnet an Ensign 

M r M c Ferson a Serg 1 

M r M c Ferson a Corporel and Wife 

M r Gridley of this Town. 
Char 9 Robison Ship Diligence from Glasgow 

Rob 1 Stevenson, Merch 1 . And* Turner D W m Burten 
D 

Hugh Smille, David Peters, And w Anderson 

Rob 1 Steil, Jn Banantin Mariners 

Jam 8 Pillogrove, Quantine Leach, W m Fullerton ") 2 

Jn Shannon, John Miller, W m Linkletre [ ~ 

John M c lntire, Rob 1 Orr, Jn Jack, Rob 1 Moor ) ^ 

Hugh Moody, Taylor 
Amos Hatch Sloop Industry from New F d Land 

Passengers as p r List 
Adam Hall Sloop Ranger from Hallifax 

List not given in. 
21 Thorn Simonton Sloop Susan* from Louisburgh 

Benj a Allen a Discharged Soldier 
Malthead Eareckson Sloop Semerset from Maryland 

Oliver White a Carpen* M Fran 9 Holzand Wife to a 

Sailor and Lad to the Care of Ditto. 

24 Josiah Knowles Sloop Nancy from N. Carolina 

M r Will Ahajar Merch 1 

25 Will 111 Wimble Sloop Stanford from N. York. 

M r Jones a Serg 1 & His Wife. 
Step" Hayter Sloop Phenix from Margalett 

Timothy Kelham a Fisherman his Wife & Servant. 
Dec r Thomas Austin Sloop Peggy from N. Found Land. 

Partrick Droham Tho 8 Glody \ 

Simon Hannahan And r Simoning, / Sailors 
Rich d Welsh, Jn Tobing, Jn Shepard, > and 
Phillip Staplton, Jam" Roach, W ra Mady V Fishermen 
Ja 8 Forley, Jn Delaney, Chrisf Collings. / 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 



253 



Jn Poor. W m Potter Mich 11 Ash 



19 



28 



27 



30 



Nich 18 Battler. 
Tho 8 Battler. 
Earth 11 Mansfield 
Selvester Poor 
Partrick Felleter 
Jn Drece 
Sam 1 Dower 
Rich d Fleming 
Partrick Power 
Partrick Shallow 
Jn Gosswell 
Henry Gosswell 
Jam 8 Nowling. 



Sailors 

and 
Fishermen 



Jn D e Loyd. 
Richard Surrey 
Edw d Poor 
Mich 11 Fling 
W m Keeting 
Mich 11 Keeting 
Barn 1 Green 
Christ h Barret 
Tho 8 Murphey 
W m She 
Partick Killey 
Jam 8 Kennedy 
W m Murphey. 

James Stewart an Engineer and his Son William. 
Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallyfax 

Passenger List not given in 
Cap n Nath 1 Atwoods Passengers. 

Nath 1 Whitmarsh Carpenter 
Israel Loring Do 

Joshua Nutting 
Joshua Coll Farmer 

John Poor 
Marcy Reier 

Geo Carr sailor 

Rob' Wither 
Josiah Hamon 
Thorn" Wincams 

M r8 Marcy Maglene How & Serv* 
Thomas Dixey Brig 6 Pell pack' from London 
Cap" Hulme ~\ 
Cap" Obear [ Marrin" 

Cap n Mawdley. ) 
John Shores ") 
Leon d Lewis 
Jos h Buck y Sailors 
Jos h Pel urn 
W m Macknutt 
Rob* Jervis Brig Hannah from London 
M r Gray a Barber & His wife 
Cap" Tossey ~\ 
Cap n Stone > Marriners 
Cap" Holmes } 

Joshua Benel [?] Schoon r Desire from Hallifax 
Cap" Jn Dier ) 

M r Briant [ Marrin 8 . John Keeth Traider. 
Joseph Smith ) 
Ephraim Dean Sloop Two Brothers from Hallifax 

M r ONeal a Trader 

W m Fogo Sloop Molly from Cumberland 
M r Danks a Farmer 

Lewis Fitch Gerrald Scoon r Deborah from Quebeck 
M r John Austin a Merch* 



254 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

*31 Will m Fogo Sloop Charms Molly from Fort Cumber- 
land 
M r Banks a Farmer [Dup. Entry] 

1764. 

Jan y . 19 Sam 1 Stibbins Schoon r Eliz th from Hallifax 

M r Joseph Brightman Merch 1 

M r Gamble 

N. Chandler 

Isaac Sturdavent 

W ra Olford 

M r Gillett 

M rs Abig 1 Starr a Spinster. 
25 Jeram h Webber Schoon r Molley from Rh Island 

M r< Wilson Wife to a Carpenter 

Doctor Gillson 
27 Henry Johnson Schoon 1 Nelley from Domingo. 

Cap" John Allen ) M 

Cap" Conner } A 
31 Joseph Baley Sloop Betsey from S' Christophers 

Cap n John Crooker Marrin r . 

Feb 13 Andrew Gardner Brig 1 New Swallow from South Caro- 
lina 

Captain Cowen Marriner 

a French Pilot belong to Quebec 
14 Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

Josiah Nutwich a Carpenter 
17 Hugh Orr Schoon r Betsey from Hispaniola 

Cap n Dan 1 Shaw Cap" Rich d Dunn, I Marrin" 

March 1 Ephraim Dean Sloop two Brothers from Hallifax 

Doct Kannady His wife & Serv' 

M r Grant a Soldier His wife & 3 Children 

Gardner Greenleaf a Shoemaker 

John Mackdonel a Butcher 

John Donlop a Gentlem" 

Willm. Donlop a Cooper 

John Demount a Butcher 

Paul Padert a Marriner 

Rich d Harris Sloop two Friends from New London 

M r Drue a ship Carpenter 
5 Will" 1 Marshall Brig 1 Success from Hallifax 

Lieut Fran 8 Green of 40 Reg 1 

Sam 1 Baley Hatter 
9 Samuel Snow Sloop Ruby [from] Louisbourgh 

John Keith a Soldier 

Alex Birchford a Marriner. 

19 John Goodwin Sloop Charm 8 Nancy from Philadelphia 

M r John Burns a Merch'. 

20 Sam 1 Concklin Sloop William from New York 

M r Pease an aprentice to Doc 1 Gilson. 
John Whealden Marrin' 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 255 

21 David Phipps Sloop Industry from North Carolina 

Sam 1 Service & Merch' 
81 Benj n Cobb Sloop Eliz th from North Carolina 

Cap" Doan & 4 Sailors 

M r Williams j , , . , 
-\rr T\- r Mercir 

M r Dixon j 

David Heal Marrin r 
31 Nath 1 Fellows Schoon r two Friends from Cadiz 

Cap" Philip Bass & 22 Seamen 

M r And w Hall Merch' 
Apr 2 George Mitchel Sloop Charm 8 Molley from Annapolis 

John -Winchester 

Eben r Connet 

Gosef Downe 

M rs Kent Wife to a Farmer & Her Son 

M rs Fansworthey Wife to a Ditto 

Sarah Hiden a Spinster 
4 John Doubleday Schoon r Industry [from] S l Martins 

M r Brumit Sailor & Wife 
Shuball Coffin Schoon r Hawke from London 

James Merrypine, John Ramshire ) Q -i 

John Noble James j 

2 Rob' Calef Ship Hale Galley from London 

Cap" Marshall Marrin' 

Doct Marshall 

M r Coats Merch' 

Cap n Edmund Wendell Marrin r 
4 Thorn 8 Mitchel Sloop 2 Sisters [from] Louisburgh 

M re Brown & sou Wife to a Carpenter of this Town 
Benj a Bears Schoon r thaukfull [from] Rh Island 

M r Leonard a Carpenter. 
9 Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

Thorn 8 Wheelen Merch' 

Joseph Cook Traider 

Joseph Cowell Butcher 

Mich 1 Ray a Taylor 

Gabrel Micher Ditto 

Mich 1 Buckelay of Marblehead. 

18 Prince Hawes Schoon r Providence from N. Carolina 

Will 1 " Larken Sailor 

19 Chrisf Higgins Sloop Ruby from Connect* 

M r Jn Barrell 

M rs Sarah Edwards 
21 Rhodes Haven Sloop Willingmind [from] N. York 

Tho" Casney Taylor & His Wife & Serv' ") for 

Char 8 Morry a Ditto His wife & 2 children V cape 

Ponly William a Ditto His wife & 3 children ) Britton 
30 Will 1 " Brown Sloop Dolphen from Mountserrat 

Nancy Webb a Spinster 
May 2 Hugh McPhillimy Sloop Unity from Hallifax 

Cap" Hamilton in the 45 th Reg' & 2 sons. 
5 Sailors 



256 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Will m Fisher Schoon r Fishhawk from Virginia 

Cap" Elijah Tilltnau Marrin r 
5 Nath 1 Coffin Ship Boston pack' from London 
M r Briggs Holloway, Merch' 
Cap" Nath 1 Phillips, Cap" Will- Lad. ) . 
Cap" Jam 8 Parr M r Kentisby j * 

W m Wallis Sailmaker 

7 Howard Jacobson Ship Boscowen from Ditto [London] 

M r John Lane j Merch' 8 

M r Sam 1 Goldthwight } " 

8 Alex r Inglish Brig' Salley from Providence 

M r Bradford Gentle" 

W m Jones Carpenter 

Eph ra Tray Ditto 

Sam 1 Hamonway Painf 
8 Josiah Knowles Sloop Ranger [from] N. Carolina 

Doct. Edw d Morey 

Tho 8 Larken Sailmaker 

Elnath" Smith Traider 
Lemuel Week Sloop Falmouth from Philadelphia 

M r Howard a Merch' 
W m Chambers Brig' Pembroke from N. Castle 

M r Jos h Williams Merch'. 
14 Theop a Simonton Scoon 1 Mary from N. York. 

Cap" Lovegrove his Wife & 3 children ) 
going to Hallyf ax } 

Benj Welch a Sailor. 
Rich d Southcot Snow W m . & Mary from Bristoll 

Cap Rich d Baker & serv*. 
Hugh Hunter ship Devonshire from London 

John Robinson Esq r Collector for R. Island 

M r Caleb Blanchard ~) 

M r Edm d Quincy, Tert 8 > Merchants. 

M r Thomas Russell ) 

Cap" Archibald Den more ) ,, 

Mourner f Marrmers 

M r Clark belonging to the Paper Manufac* 7 
16 Benj Friswell Sloop Yarmouth from South Carrolina 

M r Tho 8 Conn a Planter & his son. 
18 Tho 8 Vallentine Brig' Vanson from S. Martins. 
John Emmes & Nich" Honneyman Marriners 
21 Peter Taylor Brig Weymouth from Barbadose 

M r Thorn 9 Allen, a Gen m his Two sisters & there 

Two Children 
M r W m Scott a Farmer. 
Sam 1 Pearson ship Sam 1 & Betsey from New Castle 

Margrett a Serv' 

Peter Taylor Brig' Weymoth from Barbados^ 
M r Thorn 8 Allen Gentleman, His two sisters I Dup. 
& their Children j ent. 

M r Will 1 " Scott a Farmer J 

30 W ra Cluston Brig' Hound from Ireland. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 257 

Cap" Seller 

W m Coutes, John Carton, Duck Kenned, } o 
John Cotter, Corn 8 Obrum, Char 8 Riney, } & 
Catherin 6 Odonelv, Onne Soloven 
Mich 1 Claire, Copper ; Will Watts, Traider. 
Barbery Watts, Spinster. Gather 8 Riney Spinster 
June 1 David Sage Sloop Azuba from Connt'. 

Amasey Jones Traider 

7 Thorn 8 Mathews Sloop Success from Philad a 
The Rev d M r Rollenbuckler & His Clerke 
M r Harris a Traider. 

11 Rhodes Haven Sloop Willingmiud from New York 

Jatiob Derb Shoemaker 
M r Delremple an Officer 

12 Benj m Homer Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

Gregory Townshend Esq. 

M" Phillis M rs Blagdon M rs Fairbanks. 

Cap Carrel Cap n Me. Thelomy Marrin 

Jos h Carrel Butcher 

M r Jones, M r Clarke, M r McNeal Carpenter & a 

Dutchman 
19 Thorn 8 Mitchell Sloop two Sisters [from] Louisburg 

Lieu' Bowen of y e 45 th Reg' His wife & child 

Cap n Hatherman & Serv' 

Doct Simpson. John Bulling a Frenchman 
21 Archib d M c Ferren Sloop Hannah from Nova Scotia. 

W m Gillmore Jn Kelly ] 

James McNutt W m Logan > Farmers. 

David Blackmore ) 

23 George Mitchell Sloop Charm* Molley from Annapolis 
Royall 

Daniel Creon, Rob 1 Minga ) ^ 

Jn Hendry j Farmers 

M" Rise M Marshal there Husbands Farmers at 
Annapolis 

James Shannon a Schoolmaster 

M rs Lawley a Widow & her daughter Both going for 
England. 

25 W m Deverson Ship Mary from London 

Rev d M r Hubbard & M r Jarvis both belonging to 

Connecticut. 

Benj a Seward Scoon Little Fortescue from Anquilla 
Cap" W m Vernon his Wife and sister 

26 Tho Parke Snow Friendship from Madera 

M r John Desousa [ ?] a Merch' 

27 Will" 1 Satchwell Brig' Nancy from N. F d . Land 

John Allward ") 
JeffryGadridge l Marrin r. 
Jn Crispin 
Rich d Wedden J 

27 Rich d Newsham Sloop Dolphen [from] Dominico 
M r Warner Merch' 



258 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

28 John Doubleday Schoon r Industry from N. Carolina 

Cap" Nath .Williams 
July 2 Abner Stocking Schoon r Tryal from Connect' 

M rs Sarah Snow Spinster. 
6 Will Edwards Sloop Ann [from] Connect. 

M r Johnson Traider 
9 Jam 8 Dickey Sloop Lucey from N. Carolina 

Eliz h Carren Wife to an Inhab' of Hallifax 
Nailer Hatch Sloop Dolphin [from] Hallifax 
M r Comerin Traider His wife & 2 Children 
M ra Colmen & 2 Children 

10 Tho 8 Simonton Sloop Susanna [from] New F d Land 
Cap" Aaron Vibert & 3 Lads to His Care 
Cha 9 M. Roe a Carpenter 
16 Cap n Benf Hollowey 

M r Jn Timmins Merch' 
M r Pitman D 

M r Cobbett D 

Kev d M r Walter 
Rev d M r Frink 
Cap" Chevelier Marrin 1 
M r Brumskett Merch' 

The above passengers pr Brig' Hannah Rob' Jervis 
from London 

18 Geo. Derrecott Snow Betsey & Ruth from London 

Cap" Jam" Brett 

Cap" Jn Polle 

Alex r Willson } Marriners 

W m Phillips 

M r Samuel J 

M r Char 8 Dilley Merch' 
Tho 8 Mills Carpenter 

19 W m Morton Brig 6 Industry from Barbados 

Rich d Miller 

Rich* Gallispie 
Cap" Mastin Marrin 1 
Cap" Jos h Cordis & 5 Sailors 

20 Will m Ruggles Sloop Kingston from Hallifax 

M r Josiah Rose a Docter 

John Pirkins Sloop Kittey [from] North Carolina 
M r Step" Harden a Planter 

21 Tho 8 Sturgis Sloop Defiance [from] Rh Island. 

M r Jos h Goodwin Merch' 

23 Jerem h Smith Sloop Seaflower from Piscatuqua 
Cap" Matt w Sheaffe 

26 Josiah Hubbel Sloop Seaflower [from] Connect' 

The Rev d Edw d Winslow & 7 Children 
Rob' Manderston Snow Douglass from Greenout 
Cap James Colhourn Cap Collin Campbell" 1 ] 
W m Marshall Malcom Gills | M . 

Jn Kennedy Thorn 9 Steel 

James Paul Jacob Robinson 

Pyem Blowers James Coghran J 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 259 

M r Daniel Dockery } 
M r And w Dalglish [ Merchants. 
M r And w Dalyell ) 

John Robinson Alex Ratikin Carpenters 
Simon Frasier, Labourer 
Patrick M c Claran Ditto & his Wife 
Patrick M c Cowan Ditto 
Donald Cainron Ditto 
W m Reed Millwright & his Wife 
John Cameron & Geo Slater Ditto 
John Clark Shoemaker 
Patrick & Geo Laply Joyners 

Aug 6 Benj" Smith Brig* Smith [from] Liverpool 
And w Johnson a Marrin' & His wife 
W ra Ringby a Merch' 
W Caustin & Dudley Swan Marriners 
Aaron Purbeck Sloop Molley from Hallifax 

Sam 1 Blagden a Trader 
9 John Rea Sloop Polle}' from North Carolina 

Cap n Eddy Marrin r 

13 Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow [from] Hallifax 
M r Bird Merch 1 
M rs Ray of Hallifax 
Joseph Barrett Sloop Nancy from Connect' 

Cap" Hewen & His Wife 

17 Step" Burroughs Schoon r Mercury from Connect' 
M r Jos a Winslow son to the Rev M r Winslow 
20 Jam 8 Deming Sloop Success from Connect 1 

Steward a Labourer 

Abigail Brown Spinster 
George Vincent Sloop two Sisters from New F d Land 

Cap" Jam 8 Ryley & His people 
Joshua Aitken Sloop Ann from Scotland 
Cap" Jn Aitken 
Jn Law 
Jam' Drysdale 
Jn Kerens 
Hen y Dempenstone 
Jn Mainland 
M r John Lewis ~) 
M r Jn Fleming V Merch" 
M r Geo. Lindsey } 

Edw d Brounett Brig' Favourite from Bristol 
M r Amanuel Elmes Merch' 
Cap" Thomas 

M r Arthur Prichard a Taylor His Wife & 3 Children 
24 Amos Shaffleld Sloop Desire from Nova Scotia. 
M r Alliburton a Farmer & Wife 
James Thomson Soldier & Wife 
M" Thomson Wife to a Tailor & 4 Children 
Jn Colters a Farmer 

David Brace Brig' Polley from New F d Land 
Jn Canturen a Frenchman. 



260 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

28 Eben r Symms Ship Jn* Galley [from] S l Christophers 

Cap n Jn Deselva^yer Marria r & Wife 
Step" Seavey Schoon r Abig 1 from Piscatuqua 

Geo Homans Parsons Taylors 

2 Sailors Margrett a Spinster. 

Sep 3 d Alex r Inglish Brig 1 Salley from Quebec 

Connard Smith Baker & Wife 

Jn Jones Merch' 

Jn Collman Trader. 
Will" 1 Ruggles Sloop Kingston from Hallifax 

Jn Burk a Soldier 

Sanders West Merch* 

Amerey Davis Ditto 

Peter Young Labourer. 
Jn Mackey Brig 1 Nellarn [ ?] from Piscatuqua 

Marg* & Ann Gardner Spinsters 

5 Jam 8 Scott Schoon r Frederick from Hallifax 

Cap" M c Neal Marriner. 
8 Sam 1 Hinkley Sloop Eliz" 1 from Philadelphia 

2 Captains of Vessels. 
11 Rob 1 M c Cordey Schoou r Han h from Cork & Hallifax 

Nath 1 Dangger a Wool Comber 

Fran 8 Rien Bookkeeper 

Tho 8 Cook James Coffe j T , 

Morgan Millions Jam s Brien j L 

M rs Dorin Wife to a Labourer of this town & sons 

Mary Connell Rich d Bourke 

John Costolo Mick 1 Clary 

James Furlong Tim y Collens 

John Callahan John Bryen } Servants 

John Bran field John Callahan 

Patrick Harden Jam 8 Stewart 

John Reding Benj n Davison. j 
" Will m Maxwell Schoon r Nelly from St Johns 

Joseph Meremen a Farmer 

Rob 4 Bascker a Ditto 

George Cockran a Ditto & His wife 
18 Abner Stocking Schoon r Tryal from N. London 

M r Rich d Dudley Merch 1 & Wife 
Dup Abner Stocking Schoon r Tryal from New London 

M r Rich d Dudley Merch 1 & Wife 

20 Eleaz r Goodwin Sloop Dobbs from N. Carolina 

Cap" Rob' Jones a Marrin r 

21 Simon Cooper Sloop Endeavour from Casco Bay 

Cap" Eph m Jones Marrin r . Benj" Titcomb ) M , tg 
M'Osgood, M r Dingle j 1 

" Tho 8 Grinly Schoon r Pearl from Granada 

John Symras a Bookkeeper 

Oct 2 d Joseph Swansey Sloop Mary from Rh d Island 
M rs Baxter Wife to an Inholder 

6 John Junkins Sloop Ranger from S l Peters N. F d Land 

Cap n W m Albespe Marrin r 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 261 

9 John Renton Schoon r Fly from Liverpool 

M r Anderson Tallow Chandler & His Daughter 
15 Joseph Chapman Sloop Success from Connect' 

Jn Loring Tallow Chandler 
John Lillie Ship Thomas from Gaudelope 

Char 3 Bushon a Shoemaker & His Wife 
Nehem h Somes Schoon r S' Elizabeth from Philadelphia 

Two Farmers names not known 

Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

List not given in 
Sam 1 Das [h] wood Brig 1 Deep Bay from London 

Sam 1 Gary PLsq. 

M r Morley Merch* 

Tho 8 Clarke Watchmaker 
Nath 1 Curtis Sloop Nancy from Philadelphia 

M r Smith a Farmer 

Cap n Will Albispe Marrin r 
Rob 1 Calef Ship London Pack' from London 

Col Dyer Comptrol r for New London 

M r Geo. Miles D for New Haven 

Ezek 1 Hersey Merch' Cap" W m Price in 25 Regm. 
22 Nath 1 Curtis Sloop Nancy from Philadelphia 

M r Smith a Farmer. [Dup. Entry] 
24 Will 1 " Weston Schoon r Jane from Ditto [Philadelphia] 

W m Harris Traider 

Rob' Tweed D 

John Work 

Jam 8 Ryou 

Blackdoor. 

Eben r Gorham Brig* Mairmaid from Kirkwell 

W m Fredrick Mankey Merch' 
31 John Robertson Snow Providence from London 

Isabel Baird ) 

Hellen Morison >-Maid Servts. 

Jean Munroe ) 

M r Smith Merch' & Wife & 3 Children 

M r Cort Merch' His wife & 1 child 

Cap"Talhamj M , 

M r Waddy J Mani 

Rob' Calder " ^ 

John Hume 

W m Martin . , Q 

W ra Brown 

W ra Harling 

Alex r Donnald 

M r Robertson 
Benoni Smith Ship Prince of Wales from Londoa 

Cap Jn Maxwell & Serv' 

Lew 8 Primrose for Cannady 
Nov Jam 8 Dickey Sloop Lucy for Annapolis 

Rev d M r Rice & Sister 

Doct Hartshorne 



262 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Lydia Sherman Spinster 

Tho" Clouse Farmer 

Jn e Souden D 

Caleb Brooks D 

Sarah Whitherhead 
Josep Swan Schoon r Squid from New F d Land 

List not given in. 
Ailas [Silas] Atkins Schoon r Dolphen Ditto 

List not given in 
Hugh MThilomy Sloop Betsey Ditto 

List not given in. . 

7 Will" 1 Cochren Sloop Neptune D 

List not given in. 
20 Abel Badger Sloop America [from] Philadelphia 

M r Chasley [ ?] a Goldsmith 

John Waterman Sloop Deborah [from] Philadelphia 
Moses Black a Youth for Education. 

26 Dan 1 Waters Brig* Peggy from N. F d Land 

Jam' Thompson Traider 

W m Pike Fisherman 
Geo Mitchel Sloop Molley from Annapolis 

Jon n Church 

Jon n Larrance 

Sam 1 Read 

Jon n Farnsworth j- Farmers 

Obed Butler 

John Dyer 

Cha 8 Hall. J 

Captain Silas Atkins List now sent. 
Dec 3 Will m Brock Sloop Anson for Philadelphia 

M r Wilson a Traider 
6 John Doubleday Schoon r Industry from Mounte Cristo 

Joseph Newell a Cooper & His son. 
Hen y Atkins Sloop Grayhound [from] New F d Land 

Cap" W m Moor 

Cap" Archer a serv 1 

a Sergant his name not givin in 

8 Simeon Freeman Sloop Eliz 111 from Connect* 

a Molato Serv* to M r Parmer. 
Seth Jenkins Sloop Bristol from Philadelphia 

M r Owen a Marriner. 
13 Eleaz r Goodwin Sloop Dobbs for N. Caro a 

M r Chandler a Marrin r 
Will Sheppard Sloop Policy [from] N. F d Land 

M rs Mary Widow 

Cap" Cavenough Marrin r . 

27 John Robinson Brig* Freemason from Cork 

John Lyon a Clergyman for Taunton 
John Bowden a Ensign for New York 
Eleonor Benson for Ditto 
Ann Segerson & Son for Philad* 
Rich d Burk a Serv* 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 263 

MattT M c Namara 

John Roberts 

David Howe a Phisit" 

Armiger Howe a Marrin r 

Malakr Field 

John Cleary a Baker 

Jam 8 Brown a Coachman 

Edw d Moor a Carpenter 

John Moor a Serv' 

W m Dunavaz a Blacksmith 

Martin Dunavan Ditto 

And w Barrett 



Catharine Lynch c 

,, T, J > Servants. 

Mary Dunavan 

Mary Dresden J 

1765. 

Jan 7 9 Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax. 

M r Barthol y Kneeland Merch' 

Cap n Broadstreet 

Abrah" 1 Rogers a Carpenter 

M r Molliken a Sugar Baker & Wife 

John Francis a Carpenter 

Eliz 111 Wall to Cap" Phillips of the Castle 

Patrick Kerrel a Traider. 
Feb 27 David Child Scoon r Tryal from South Carrolina 

Cap" W m Waters Marrin r & Boy 
Mar 11 Sam 1 Sampson Sloop Charm g Sally [from] Hallyfax 

Joseph Simpson a Traider 
18 JnRenton Schoon r Fly from Georga 

M r Kerwood a Merch 1 
" Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

Jn M c Daniel Fisherman Rob' Carrel Merch 1 

W m Lambart Sailmaker Nath 1 Gallop Farmer 

Tho 9 Joslin Ditto Dan 1 Harvey a Ditto 

John Russell His Wife & Child 

Mary Lewes & child 

Lieut Isway Aldridge 

Henry Green a Merch'. 
25 Jam 8 Dickey Sloop Lucy from Fort Cumberland 

Jon 01 Baker. Benf Cull. Jn Fling. } 

Tho 8 Collins. Gideon Smith Nehem h Ward > Farmers 

Abel Danks J 

M Chuse Wife to a Farmer & child. 

29 John McKeil Schoon r Betsey from Maryland. 

Joseph Boyes Marrin r 

30 Moses Peirce Sloop Susan a from Connect 1 

Mary Stone belong to Beverly 
Justus* Taylor Sloop 3 Partners from Rh Isl d 
M r Boodey Sold r & Wife 
M Baker Wife to a Goldsmith 
M" Gardner Widow belong to Boston & Daughter 



264 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

3 gentlemen belonging to Philadelphia 
names not yit givin in. 

April 5 Rob. Caleff Ship London Pacquet [from] London 
Cap* John Lyall Marriner. 

15 Josiah Goreham Sloop America [from] Philadelphia 

M r Briggs a Student at the Jersey College 
W m Wyer Scoo r Grace [from] N. Carrolina 
Cap" W m Cockran 
Doct r Huns 

17 John Dean Brig Kingston [from] Jamaica 
M r Alex r Campbell a Gen n 

19 Hector M c Neill Sloop Phenix from Hallyfax 

M r Beardsley Engineer his Wife one child & servant 

M" Maxwell Wife to Cap Maxwell & 2 children 

M r Martin Pelut a Frenchman 

John Godard a Butcher 

Peter Young Trader 

Phillip Hill Sailor 

M r Saunders belonging to the 40 th Regiment 

Laurance Dutton Trader 

M r Dumont Butcher 

M r Pepper & W m Linkletter Sailors 

20 Nath 1 Gardner Scoon r Phenix [from] Philadelphia 

W m Harris, Cha. Cameron j Traderg 

Arch d Cunningham j 

Edm d Warren Scoon r Sally Connecticut 

Fran Price Marriner 
W m Wills Sloop Huldah [from] Connecticut 

Nehem h Fisher Peter Halluk Marriners 

David Spark Shoemaker. 
May 9 W m Furnell Schoon r Betsey from Piscatiqua 

M r Homan a Taylor 
Nath 1 Patten Sloop Polley from N. Carolina. 

Cap n Watts Marrin r . 
W ra Harper Sloop Speedwell from New York 

M r Dowiug Marrin 1 
Edm d Morton Schoon r Dove from Philad* 

M r Gray, M r Caloon, John Ervin Traiders 
John Patten Sloop Susanna 

Jam 8 Ryan a Labour r 

13 Leach Harris Sloop Hampton from So Carolina 

Miss Mary Beals a Spinster. 
Jam 8 Stillson Schoon r Charm* Molley [from] N. 

Carolina 

M r Jam 8 Murrey Gen m His Wife & Serv' 
Miss Hannah Clark a Spinster 

14 James Stuart Sloop Good Intent from Maryland 

M r Edw d Rutland Merch 4 
Josiah M c Neal a Taylor 

16 Sam 1 Skinner Sloop Nancy for Maryland 

Joshua Clarke Merch' 
May 17 Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 265 

Cap" Peter Trail & Wife 

Miss Han h Peters ) g D i 

Miss Betsey Butters j 

Rob' Cairel Merch' 

John Phagin Ditto 

Char 8 Green Ditto 

Jonath" Fuite Merch. 1 
20 Geo. Mitchel Sloop Charm g Molley from Anapolis 

Dan 1 Moor Shoemaker His Wife & 4 children 

Patty Sprowl a Spinster 

Lieut Johnson of the Artill y 
Elisha Hinman Sloop two Friends from Connect 1 

Rich d Coit a Lad for Education. 
John Marshall Ship Boston, Packet from London 

Cap" Logie Marrin r 

Serv' to John Hancock Esq. 
James Scott Brig' Lydia from Ditto [London] 

M r Thorn' Hargraves Gentlem" 

Tho 8 Bond Jos h Smith ) M . 

Tho" Comas Char 1 Lepine ) * 
W m Davis Ship Thomas from Ditto [London] 

Cap" Studson Peter Jones Marrin r 
Rich d Southcut Snow W m & Mary from Bristol 

Cap n W m King Cap" Thorn 8 Orin Marrin 
Isaac Mathews Brig' Squaril from Ditto [Bristol] 

Cap" W m Francis Cap" Dan 1 Codner Marrin" 
Robert Jervis Brig 4 Hannah from London 

Cap" Thorn 8 Robson Marrin r 

M r Lewis Chapron Merch' 
23 Sam 1 Pirkins Sloop Hepzebath from Providence 

Cap- Bryant ) Marrin8 

Sam' Lovel ) 
23 d Sam 1 Hinkley Sloop three Friends from Philad" 

M re Moor a Widow & two Daughters 

M r Killbreath a Traider 
Edw d Bacon Sloop Defiance from Rh Island 

John & Mickel Boys serv 49 to Cap" Inglish 
31 Tim y Mix Sloop William from Connect' 

M Grace Lane Wife to a Sailor 
Sam 1 Snow Schoon r Molley from Annapolis 

David Felch a Farmer 

Rich d Kelley Ditto 

John Cowers & His son. 
June 3 Jam" Ford Sloop Rainbow from Hallifax 

M r Dickey Farmer & 3 Children 

M r Robertson Ditto 

Eben r Wales Traider M r Ely a Hatter 

M r Calef Taylor W m Peck a Lad for Education 

Miss Mary Cowley Spinster 

Mary a serv' to M r McCarrel 

4 Caleb Weaver Sloop Industry [from] Dominico 

Cap" M c Groth Commander of One of His Majestys 
Ships. 



266 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

7 Nath 1 Sherburn Brig' Betsey from Antigua. 
Cap n Nathen Steward Marrin r 

11 Dan 1 M c Carty Ship Salley from Dominico. 

M r Geo Ervin 

12 Tho" Dixey Brig' Pill Packet from London 

John Grimes, George Grimes Seamen 
David Dunken, Alex r Dunken. 
John Morris, John Christy, 
James Silver. 
16 Step" Andrews Sloop Dolphen [from] N. Carrolina 

W m Cole Merchan 4 

June 16 Abner Stocking Schoon r Ruby from Connect' 
M r Dan 1 Fuller } n , f XT c . . 

M r Phelps j Cler gJ men from Nova Scotia 

John Mollony Schoon r Nancy [from] Hallifax 

John Lush a Farmer 

W m Giles a Hatter & 3 Seamen. 
[Dup Entry] Abner Stocking Schoon r Ruby from Conn' 

M r Dan 1 Fuller ) Clergymen 

M r Philps J for Nova Scotia 

Christian Higgins Sloop Ruby from Connect' 

John Minzey Jun & Wife ) r 

John Minzey & W m Minzey j L 
W m Fogue Schoon r Laurance from Annopolis 

M ra Anna Phillips & Margery Wilkins her serv' 

Dan 1 Davison & His two children 

Benf Fallis & His sister 

M" Mote & Her child. 
June 26 Elisha Glover Schoon r Hannah from Nova Scotia 

John Logen His wife & 2 children 

Char 3 Cocks Josh. Moor, Dan 1 Calf Marriners 

M Steward, M rs Folkner & Child Wives to Farmers 

Elijah Bent, Farmer, Caty Macklentick 
Alden Bass Brig' Themes from Granada 

M r Peter Roe Dal ton Merch' 

Gap" James Brown Mariner 

28 Peter Rogers Sloop Policy [from] Connecticut 

Cap n Lucas a Marrin r & His Wife. 

29 Moses Freeman Sloop Abig 1 from Georga 

M r Teal Clergyman 
Sam 1 Whitney ) Meroh tB 
Hen^ Mills J * 

July 1 Josiah Gorham Sloop America from Philadelphia- 
Rob' Gray Merch' 
W m Sheward Ditto 

M Deborah Forder wife to a Ropemaker & 2 
Children N. B. Mr. Benj a Austin became answer- 
able to the Selectmen for Mrs Forders & Children 
2 Tim y Parker Sloop three Friends from Philadelphia 
Archab d Cunningham Merch' 
W m Kid Do 

John Smith Do 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 267 

John Moor Do [Merch 4 ] 

Joseph Pumroy a Prisoner 
4 James Dickey Sloop Lucy from Fort Cumberland 

Cap" Bruce Engineer & four Serv' 9 

Joshua Cozwerse a Butcher 

Eliz th Patten a Spinster 

M" Vardy Wife to Sam 1 Vardy & 2 children 

M rs Miller wife to Alex r Miller & 2 children 
8 John Molony Schoon r Policy from N. Carolina 

Cap" Towers Marriner 

14 Joseph Howell Schoon r Peggy from Halifax 

M r Jerem Daley Merch 4 & His wife 

15 Nehem h Somes Schoon r Eliz th from Hallifax 

M r Wales a Butcher 

M r Scarborough a Farmer 

M r Harvey a Soldier 

M rs Nuttage wife to M r Nuttage & 3 children 

John Bradford Sloop Ginger from Virginia 

M r Charles Peal a Painter 

16 W m Vernon Schoon r Brittania from Barbados 

M r Sam 1 Sager, Merch 4 
18 Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

Miss Mercy Parsons Spinster 

Edwai-d Crawley Esq 

John Hill Merch 1 

John M c Cannon Marriner 
Thorn 9 Homer Sloop Eliz th from Hallifax 

Fredrick Wasenfelt Merch 4 

Thorn 9 Wilkey Marriner 

Laha Macklntash a Soldier 

Miss Sarah Guppey Spinster 
20 James Roberts Schoon r Betsey [from] North Carolina 

M r Skinner Merch 1 . 

Thorn 8 Fish Sloop New Policy [ ?] from Ditto [North 
Carolina] 

W m Fellows Marriner. 
23 Caleb Hopkins Schoon r Mary [from] Martinico 

Jam 8 Flood Cooper 

David McCloud Marriuer 
26 Abel Badger Scoon r Eliz. [from] N. Found Land 

List not givin in 
31 Peter Doyle Brig Sibella [from] N. Found Land 

Cap u Carthwright. a Marriner. 

John Blake Ship John Galley from London 

Coll Ingersoll & Serv 4 

Rev d M r Eph Avery 

Cap Thorn 8 Lee } 

Cap Brown [ Marriners 

Cap Young ) 

M r Dishon & M r Dorson Merch' 11 

M r Roberts Joyner 

W m Proice a Lad for Education. 



268 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

31 Thorn Sturgis Sloop Defiance [from] R. Island 
Jn Nation Marriner 
James Morrison Baker 
M r Halliburton, Farmer 

M rs Thomas wife to a Carphenter at R. Island 
Aug 1 Elisha Tower Sloop Unity [from] N. Carroliua 

Cap Ju Simpson a Merch 4 his Wife & one child 
W m Wimble Sloop Stamford [from] N. York 
M r W m Johnson a Gentle" 1 
Sarah Churchill & 2 Children 

2 Edw d Morton Scoon r Dove [from] N. Carrolina 

M r Rich d Veneble a Gen 

M r W m Field Marrin' 

M r Trader. 

3 Sam Pain Sloop Ranger from Maryland 

M r Benj n Bagnell jun r Clockmaker 
[Dup.ent.] Edmund Morton Schoon r Dove from N. Carolina 

M r Rich d Venebel Gentleman 

M r W m Fields Marriner 

A Trader His name not given in. 
[Dup. ent.] Sam 1 Pain Sloop Ranger from Maryland 

M r Benj" Bagnell Clockmaker 

10 Josiah Gorham Sloop America from Philadelphia 

John Hysir a Trader 

11 James Barnes Brig 1 William from New Castle 

Cap" John Hunt Wendell Marrin r & His Mate 

12 Joseph Sewell Sloop Eliz th from Granada 

M r John Darbadge Merch 1 
Nath 1 Patten Sloop Policy from N. Carolina 

Cap" And w Smith Marrin r . 

20 And w Sigourney Schoon r John & Mary from St Eu- 
statia 

Doct Spring 

M r Barroc a French Merch 1 
Thomas Asburn Ship John from Liverpool 

Chris 4 Kenned}' Cooper & Wife 

Juda Duggin a Spinster 

John Kelley Cooper & Wife 

M r John Stort Merch 1 
22 John Aitken Ship Jemerson & Peggy from Leith 

James Dussaale John Leslie " 

Rich d Hamilton Peter Douglass 

Jam 8 Calden Alex r Ramage 

Roger Ballingall Rob 4 Lawson } Marriners 

Alex Ross James Crombie 

James Wilson Peter Ternie 

Alex r Ballingall 

Cap" Rob 4 Scott an Officer 

John Wood wife & 2 Children a Farmer 

Will m Vitch "J 

Rob 4 Nisbett [ Labourers 

Thorn 9 Scott) 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 2t'<9 

Sir Henry Seaton 
Will" 1 Blair Merch* 
John JVTMaster Ditto 
Alex r Ferbes Printer & Wife 
James Archibald Ditto 
Will" 1 Taylor & Lad. 
24 Aaron Purbuck Sloop Kingstone from New York 

Abraham Mathews a Labourer 

[Dup. ent.] Thorn 8 Ashburn Ship John from Liverpool 
Christop r Kennedy a Cooper & Wife 
John Kelly a Ditto & Wife 
Juda Duggin a Spinster 
M r John Stort Merch'. 

28 Abner Homes Schoon r Sally from New Providence 

M r Bradford Merch' 

James Ford Sloop Dolphen from Hallifax 
Larrance Nutson Trader 
And w Acher Ditto 
Mich 1 M c Nemaro Ditto 
M r M c Carty Ditto 
Elisha White Sloop Tryal from Connect' 

M r Burrel ) o, 

Tirr AT ft 1^1 r Shoemakers 

M r Mansfield | 

29 Seth Doan Sloop Policy from Connecticut 

John Bond a Marriner 

Nath'- Rogers a Lad to the care of M r Thomas Sail- 
maker 

30 John Doubleday Schoon r Industry from N. Carolina 

M r Corn 8 Gooningdike Merch' 
Tim y Parker sloop 3 Friends from Philadelphia 
Step" Davis ^ 
James Davis > Marriners 
Nailer Marriner ) 

Sept 2 Eben r Ledyard Sloop Hannah from Connect 4 
M Baldwin a Widow 

3 Leach Harris Schoon r Sibella from Barbados 

M r Anthony Coverly Merch 

4 Will" 1 Fuggo Schoon r Dove from Annapolis 

Tabothy Tomlinson Sert to Cap" Foggo 

5 Nehem h Somes Schoon r Eliz th from Hallifax 

Joseph Foster Mason 
Nath 1 Belknap Seama-n 
John Sag Trader 
W m Barmatyne Doctor 
John Shores Fisherman 
Sackwell Pearide Yeoman 
Aggash Newman Trader 
Eben r Wells Ditto 
M rs Winslow & children 
M" Prescot 
M Loller 
Miss Vans 



270 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

M re Miller 

Sam 1 Rogers Sloop Betsey [from] New F d Land 
Edw d Pool W m Keen ^ 
Con Casey John Strurd > Seamen 
John Simons ) 

7 John Waterman Sloop Deborah [from] Philadelphia 
M r Gray a Trader 

10 Rob' "Wier Sloop Phenix from Quebec 

Thorn 8 Weams ) T 

Sam 1 Beard j Law ? ers 

Cap n Rob' Leutt ( ?) Marriner 

11 Jam 8 Montgomerie Ship Doughs [from] Liverpool 

Cap n Thorn 8 Shearman 2 Seamen & a Boy 
W m Deverson Ship Thomas & Samuel from London 
George Meserve Esq 
Doct Lincoln 
M r W m Gore a Merch' 
M r Dexter a Smith 
M r Jam 8 Bugenan a Farmer & Wife 

12 Anth y Fletcher Schoon r three Friends from Maryland 

M r Sam 1 Shelton Sloss a Merch' 

13 Simeon Freeman Sloop Success from N. Carolina 

John Pitman for Education. 
Joseph Rotch Schoon r Diamond from Philadelphia 

Thorn 8 Bell, Rob' Bell, John Harkless ) T , 

Rob' Willey, Will Gort, John Murey } L 

Joanes Young, Mercy Morrey Spinsters. 
16 Aiex r Gorden Schoon r Fancy [from] North Carolina - 

Thorn 8 Cooper Merch' 

Hen y Locker Ditto 
21 Isaac Belnap Schoon r Newbury from N. York 

M r George a Sugar Baker 

Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

M rs Mary Clap & Her Serv'. M Hollons & 2 Chil- 
dren 

Eliz th Murphy for Quebec 

Joshua French, Phillip Kermont, ") 

Jos h Cook 

W m Williamson, Peter Ryon, Cap" Dickey. ^Traders 

Godfrey Contestine, John Clark, Eben r 
Silsbey j 

Bartho Pecker, Jn Rock, Eben r Switcher, Dav d 

Crafton, Carpenters 
23 Corn 8 Annabel Sloop Gull from Cape Sable 

M rs Doble Wife to Cap Doble 

M r Collins of Cape Cod & Wife. 

M Pereway of Liverpool Nova Scotia 
26 Rob' Davis Ship Blizard from Antigua 

Tho" Oliver Esq Gentlemen & 2 Servts 

M r W m . Cowthorn Merch' 
30 Thorn 8 Hulme Ship Jn Galley from London 

The Rev d Will m Augar 

Cap" Jn Mills 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 271 

Oct. 1 Jon th Pierpoint Sloop Ranger from Hallifax 
M r Sam 1 Guild Butcher 
M r Thorn 8 Cashman Smith 
2 David Shand Snow Tristram from London 
Cap" Moses Wingate Marriner 
M r Charles Oliver Dubolia ) French Gentlemen 
M r - Derrigrand } for Hallifax 

8 Isaac Smith Schoon r Dolphen from Philadelphia. 

Will m Bennett a Hatter 

3 Sailors 
Tim y Parker Sloop 3 Friends from Philadelphia 

Dan 1 Doler a Goldsmith 
Will m "Weston Sloop Union from Philadelphia 

M r Jesse Maris a Trader. 

9 Silas Atkins Schoon r Dolphen from N. F d Land 

W m Dean Eben r Flower, John Mackroth 
Mich 1 Morse, Eben r Hinkley, Dan 1 Bridges, ") 
John Lakey, Will Shaw, W m Corby, I Marri- 
Sadaros Thorn, John Wallis, Rich d Parater, f ners 
Roger Warnall, John Torner, W m Halse. J 

10 Samuel Doggett Sloop Commerce from N. Carrolina 
M r Tisdal a Merch 4 & his Daughter 

14 Joseph White Sloop Eagle from N. Carrolina 
Cap n Peirson ") 
Cap" Crandon > Marriners 
W ra Smith ) 

W m Cockran Scoon r Lawrence from N. Found Land 
John Thurston, Tim th Cotterill, Josh tt Cadole,> 
Sam Davis, Jere h Roles, Joseph Bartlett, 
Thorn 8 Brigs James Trefary, John Durk, 
J. Owen, John Nettleton, Jn Herrington, 



David Smith, Jn Dennie, Jn Gilroy, 
Joseph Snellum, W m Hannon, Jn Ore, 
Hen y Bosworth, Patrick Conner,Leon d Baily, 
Charles Sharpley, Jarius Fulls, Valt Conner, 
Tho 8 Borden, Patrick Dutting, Jerem h Haley, 
JnBrockington, Dennis Roian,Edw d Waddy, 
Patrick Nuff , Cap" Hayman a Marriner & Mr 
Johnson 

19 Noah Hatch Sloop Sarah from Hallyfax 
Rob' Airy a Farmer 

MrGoat 



Fisher- 
man & 
> Marri- 
ners 



Merch' 
M r Hill * 

W m Randall Printer 
John Shan Shoemaker 
W m Carey Marriner 
John - a Tobacconist. 
21 Abner Briggs Sloop Deborah from Nantucket 

M rs Smith a Widow She came from London to Nan- 

tucket. 

Rob 1 Hunter Ship Devonshire from London 
Cap George Willson 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



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31 



Nov 



Cap Jn Langdon 

Rob' Lamberth a Taylor & His wife. 

A maiden servt. to Mr. Vassall 
Shubal Coffin Scoon r Hawk from London 

M r George Malson [ ?] 

Cap" Constant Freeman a Marriner 

M rs Sawyer a Widow belonging to Newbury 
Benj n Green Schoon r Nova Scotia from Hallifax 

Cap" Preston Officer in His Majesties Service 

Benj" Gerrish Esq His Wife & Daughter & Servant 

M r William Smith Merch' 

M r James Forrist Ditto 

Malu h Salter Jun for Education. 

Elisha Glover 8choon r Charm g Hannah from Nova 
Scotia 

David Long, David Cutten "^ 

W ra M c Clintick Will 1 " Day [ 

John Davis, John Brook, Patrick Dowing f* 

John Willson Samuel Potter 

Mrs Folknor, Eliz th Andrews Spinster 
Peter Doyle Brig 1 Sebella from New F d Laud 

Thorn' Keeffs John Shannahan^i 



[Fishermen & 
[ Seamen 



Edmond Weeken Patrick Herrin 
Edmond Barret Thorn 8 Downs 
John Ryan Thorn 8 Keoho 

Mary Bleake Ann Bleake Servants 
David Welch Thorn 8 Linch Seamen 
Moses Roach Schoon r Squid from New F d Land. 
Jam 8 Cambell' 
Jn Galpin 
Corn 9 Nophen 
Math w Kelley 
Math w Knight 
Jn Flannagin 
Jn Melledge 
Jam 8 Tucklen 
Will m Lassey 
Jn Callahan 
Mary from New F d Land 



W m Cummins 
Rob 1 Sample 
John Larey 
John Bryan 
Math w Ginsford 
Jn Burk 
Jn Cunningham 
Corn 8 Perry 
Step" Fosdick 
Tho" Roach 
Tho 8 Mitcliel Schoon r 



Marriners 



Fishermen. 



Math w Tarber ) 

Jon* Steel } 
Dan 1 Malcom Sloop Rose from Hallifax 

W m Doyde Merch 1 
Benj" Cob Sloop Salley from Quebec 

Wil ra Edwards Serv 1 to M r Martin Gay 

Mick 1 Malcom to the care of Cap" Malom 
Solomon Bangs Sloop Desire from Philadelphia 

M r Tho 8 Batt Shoemaker 
Mungo Mackay Brig 1 Policy from New Castle 

Cap n Sam 1 Bulfinch Marrin r 
Sam 1 Gray Schoon' Rainbow from New F d Land 

Sam 1 Sheppard John Spering. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 273 

Tho s Hutchiiison Jos. Raymond 

Jn Lamm Rob'. Saunders 

Jn Kavanaugh Sam. Pepper 

Lewis Parrott Jn Farnam 

Jn Marshall Jn Nations 

Edw d Leores Eben r Lane 

W m Thurston Helton Stevens 

Mich 1 M c Namara Isaac Harkell 

Jn Collinson Tho. Waterman. 

6 Step" Smith Schoon r Eliz th from Port Rico 
Dan 1 Fox Merch' 

9 Elisha Crocker Sloop Dolphin from Hallifax 
John Hunt Ebenz r Wallts Traders 

Jam 8 Morgan Jn Murphey ) Fisherm , 

Nich 8 Poor John M'Grah j * 

11 Isaac Phillips Sloop Nancy from New F Land 

M r O'Neal Merch' & His Serv'. 

Edward Moor Corn 8 Mahan 

Silvest Cambell Rich d Butler 

Tho 8 Ring Patrick Dallany 

Jam 8 Crary Luke Shanton }> Fishermen. 

Joseph Port Jn Crow 

Rob' West Rich* Stafford 

Will" 1 Williams 

12 Abner Stocking Schoon r Tryal from Connect' 

Katharine Gwin Wife to a Marriner. 
James Dickey Sloop Lucv from Nova Scotia 
David Seckett Rob' Danks 

Thorn 8 Clues Jn Sullivan & Wife 

Oliver Pratt M r Esbent 

Joseph Kent Eben r Bates 

Benj n How Jam 8 King 

Terence King Joseph Willet 

Nath 1 Fisher Fran 8 Keyue 

Nich 8 Starr ( ?) 

13 Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Halifax 

M" Hannah Bean a Widow & her child 

Ruth Harris wife to a Boat Builder & child 

George King a Merch' 

Joseph Wilson & Sam Bleigh Hatters 

W m Dean Marriner. Joshua Franch, Eli Snow 

Jno Bryant, James Wallis Mich 1 Flanegin 

David Denney, George Lumbert Sailors 



Farmers 



Dennis Skinner Math Summer 

Jn Lusher W m Merges 

George Kobert Henry Walter 

John Coshell George Unkester 

Deval Shouts Leonard Cronnig. 

Henry Quarks Farmers. 

18 Benj" Green Jun r Schooner Nova Scotia Packett from 
Hallifax 



274 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

M r Clarkson M r Pettett M r Jacobs M r Wain 
M r Caton Gent n belonging to Philadelphia 
Lieutenant Crosby M r Henry Deering Merch' 
Richard Abrahams & his wife & Daughter a Trader 
John Coppinger Sloop Phenix from Quebeck. 
Cap 1 Sam 1 Sinkler 
20 Stephen Emery Sloop Seaflower from Louisburg 

John Pendergrass & Thomas Fishermen 

25 Daniel Waters Brig' Peggy & Hannah from Tortola 

Cap n James Ryadon a Marriner. 
Step n Hayter schoon r Kittey from Madgilen 
Mich 1 Carney & Wife 
Morris Garrey & Wife 
Rich d Morgen Charles Dorren 
Jam" Poor sen r Jam 8 Poor jur 
Jerem 1 Folley Tim y Nuton 

Edmund Cotiin John MGee 
Geo Fizpatrick Rich d Luby 

27 Sam 1 Pirkens Sloop Hephzibath from New Providence 
Cap" Nath 1 Williams & 4 of His Sailors 
M rs Eliz th Baker a Widow 

29 Hen y Atkins Schoou r Dolphen from New F Land. 
Cap" Lilly & 2 servants. 

Rich d Hamblen Brig' Wolf from the Orkney Island 
Geo. Crag Merch*. 

Dec 9 Tho" Mathews Sloop Success from N. F* 1 Land 
Cap n Field & 6 Sailors 
Linsford Morey Schoon r Jannet from y e Island St 

Johns 
John Foot Isaac Lawrance Fishermen 

rr\ Alex I 

L ' J Aloz j Donnel, Cooper 

James Williston Blacksmith 
David Sullivan Fisherman 

11 Will m Damerell Sloop Hope from N. F 4 Land 

Jos h Quin Fisherman 

David Livey - Sailor 

12 John Foweraker Scoon r Apprentice from N. F. Land 

M r Rich d Waterman a Trader 
M r Peter Prim a Merch 1 

Fra Tree Sloop Cham 8 Molly from N. F. Land 
Cap* Bass & three Sailors 
16 James Scott Brig Lydia from London 

M Bedford wife to Cap n Bedford at New York 
M r Nath Potter. M' Benj Roberts ) Ge ntlemen 
M r And w Mack M r Thorn 8 Coleman j b 
M r John Allen 

M r Jerem h Gager of Connecticut 
And w Stewarth Serv 1 to Maj r Rogers. 
Dec 23 John Whitmarsh Scoon r Dove from Philadelphia 
M r W m Sweat. 
Elisha Tower Sloop Unity from N. Carrolina 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 275 

Cap" Alex r Smith a Marriner. 
W m Davis Ship Thomas from London 
Cap Isaac Casneau, Cap 1 Benj a White ) -., 
Cap" Rob 1 Twicraft } Marri 

Paul Schryder a Taylor his Wife & 3 children. 
27 James Bruce Ship John & Suckey from London 
Doc 1 Charles Russell 
M r Benj a Stoddard a Merch' 
Cap" Bryant a Marriner 
M r John Rufels a Frenchman 

1766. 

Jan 15 Ben j Parker Sloop Lovy from Philadelphia 

M r Robert Gray ) 

M r And w M c Cullock [ Merch' 8 

M r Alex r Hannah ) 
22 Will" 1 Craig Snow Peggy from Glasgo 

Rob 1 Moody A lex r * . . Ibrege Jam 8 Wilson Merchants 

David Iver, Jueler 

Humphry MDonald Gentle" 

Jam 9 M c Donald, Jam 8 Robison, ~) 

John M c Donald, Jam 8 M c Donald, > Husbandmen 

Donald M c Donald, Hugh Thomson. ) 

Alex r Wilson, Alex r Ramsey, Jam 8 Tayler ) Q ., 

Joseph Elden, Jam 8 Sutherland ] * 

John Loang, Carpenter 

Jerem h Rogers Schoon r Hallifax Packet from Halifax 

John Averly, Peter Barr, Fred k Braden Merch' 9 
27 W m Foggo Schoon r Charm 8 Han h from Anapolis 

M r Benj" Ramsey Gentleman 

Benj Lee a Lad for Education. 
Jan y 29 Step" Swain Schoon r Salley from New Providence 

Patrick Mahon Merch u 
Sam 1 Pepper Schoon r Olive Branch from Hallifax 

John Harris Boat builder 

Jam 8 Steel a Farmer 
Feb 4 Will Deverson Ship Brittania from London 

Cap" George Diamond Marrin r 

M r James Waller Merch' 
27 Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

M r Jn Carby Mr Eben r Wales Merch' 

Gentlemen 

I have bought a Girles time that was 

brought from New Found Land in the Brig' Sebella 

Peter Doyle Master which You will find Enter'd 

Octob 25 th 1766. I am Your Hum. Sevt Rich d 

Russell 
Mar 13 Jerem h Rogers Schoon r Nova Scotia from Hallifax 

Ann & Jane Clarke Spinsters. 
22 Paul Jenkins Schoon r Fox from Cape Fear 

M r James Nicholes Merch' 
Tim y Parker Sloop 3 Friends from Philadelphia 



276 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

M Moor a Widow & Son. 
John Witmarsh Schooner Dove from Philadelphia 

W m Murrey Trader & Wife 

Char 9 Comerin Ditto 

W m Dager Ditto. 
April 2 Jon th Greely Sloop Susana from St Eustatia. 

Cap" Lowell of Newbury 
5 Andrew Langworth Sloop Dolphen from Rh Island 

M r Northup Silk Dyer His wife & 4 Children 

Jerem h Rogers Schoon 1 Nova Scotia Packet from 

Halifax 

Doctor Carriwood 

M r John Briunon Merch ts 
7 Nailer Hatch Sloop Salley from Hallifax 

M r Wales a Trader. 

14 Henry Smith Ship Liberty from Lisbon 

Cap" Bee Marriner & Boy 
Uriel Oakes Schoon r Unity from Louisburg 

M r Diber a Trader 

James Cogswell Ditto 

John Freeman Seaman 
Justus Taylor Sloop three Partners from Connect* 

Ashbell Anderson Shoe Maker 

His wife sister & 3 children 

15 Josiah Burnham Sloop Olive from Connecticut 

David Jones Sailmaker 
2 Frenchmen Fishermen 

16 Jonath" Davis Schoon r Industry from Martineco. 

M r Step n Montgomery Merch' 
Thomas Homes Sloop Ruby from North Carolina 

John Nesbet Trader 
Howard Jacobson Ship Boscowen from London 

M r Sam 1 Hollowell Merch 4 

M r Thorn 9 Nash Gentleman 

M r John Core Ditto 

M rs Abig 1 Jones beloning to Boston 

M r James Doyle a Trader 
Rob* Caleb Ship London Packet from London 

Cap" Char 8 Chaliver Marrin 1 

M r Maul an Ensign. 
James Colhourn Ship Sterling Castle from Greenock. 

Cap James Malcolm 

Cap Jn Ritchie 



Cap Hen y Hinian 



Marriners 



John Morris, Jn Letham, 

Duncan McLean, Hugh Kell, 

And w Crawford, W m Ramsay 

John Fisher, Dan 1 Montgomery, Ship Carpenters 

John M c Carter Flax Dresser 

James Connell a School master 

John Barcley a Dyer 

Lucas Florin, Anthony Dole Image Makers 

Bartholmy Florin. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 277 

22 Hugh McLean ScoorT John & Jaz from Ireland 

Archib d Steward James Willson ) ,, 

T i n T T o -D t r Marrmers. 

John Parlm Jn Robinson j 

Alex Nichols Jn Newell \ 
Rob 1 Hogh j Joyners 

"W m Young Alex 1 Willson Weavers 

John Stevenson James Lone 1 
Will Boyde } Farmers 

Thomas Safely a Taylor 
Patrick Campbell a Piper 
Joseph Brooks a Trader 
W m Riggings a Shoemaker 
Hen y McKennery a Bleacher. 
W m Furnell Scoon r Betsey from Portsmouth 

M r John Romans 

27 Jacob Goodsill Sloop Charm g Hannah from Connec- 
ticut 

Abrah m Foot a Farmer 

May 1 Sam Soul Sloop Rainbow from Antigua 
Thomas Anthony Marriner 

5 Tim th Parker Sloop three friends [from] Philadelphia 

William Harris Trader 

6 James Dickey Scoon r free America from Annapolis 

M r Spragues M r King ) F 

M r Webbers } * 

May 9 Joseph McLallean Scoon Beaver from Antigua 

M r Edw d Smith a Merch' 
10 John Whitmarsh Scoon r Dove from Philadelphia 

M r John Weatherhead a Merch' 

M r Charles Camerin a Trader. 
12 Nathan Swain Scoon r Flora from St Christopher 

M r W ra Farbeshon ) , , . t . 

IT Tarry Owen } Merch ' 
14 Eben r Rogers Sloop America from Philadelphia 

Belter Manter ) TJ , , 

T u o*'i* r Husbandman 

Josiah Stilton J 

Archabald Crawford Sloop Charm 8 Molley [from] Nova 

Scotia. Lydia Farnsworth wife to M r Farnsworth at 
Annapolis 

Joseph Coin a Frenchman 
David Shand Brig' Tristam from London 

Cap" Joseph Hall ) Ma , riners 

Cap" Alex' Smith } A 

M r John Whittaker a Merch 1 . 
Shuball Coffin Brig Harrison from London 

Cap Nathaniel Coffin a Marriner 

M r Phillip Canot a Merch' 

M r Fran 8 Miller an Ensign. 
John Blake Ship John Galley from London 

M r . John Richey a Carpenter 

M r James Lewis Blockmaker. 
21 Josiah Rogers Scoon r Eliz from Philadelphia 

: Richardson a Chaisemaker. 



278 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

21 Nath Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallyfax 

Coll Pringle Two male & Two female servts 

Coll Cunningham & four male servts 

Capt. Scott a Son a male & female serv's. 

Cap n Innis & Serv' 

M r James Stillson Trader 

M r - Cook a Merch' 

M r - Wales a Trader 
Corn 9 Fellows Sloop Seaflower from Vigo 

Cap Edw d Hoptai a Marriner 
John Smith Brig 1 Prosperity from Scotland 

Cap n Robert Sinclear Marrin 1 
30 Hector MNeal Sloop Fanny from N. Carolina 

M r Noice Merch' 
Edmond Morton Schoon 1 Dove from [N. Carolina] 

Jacob Shepard Merch 1 

Nath 1 Bowles Marriner 

Phenix Frazier Ditto 

Levi Gill Hatter & serv* 

James Roberts Schoon r Betsey from N. Carolina 

M r Wheeler Blacksmith 
Thorn 8 Prince Sloop Earl of Bute from N. Carolina 

Benj n Snode a Lad for Education. 
June 3 Nath 1 Dunn Brig' Rebecca from Mounta Christa 

Stephen White a French Lad 
Elijah Doubleday Brig' Diana from Ditto [Mounta 

Christa] 

Charles Favour a Frenchman & Wife 
John Marshall Ship Boston Packet from London 

M r Herbert Newton a Lieut 

M r Fran 8 Green Gentlemen 

M r Will m Spooner 

M r Clarke His Wife & 2 Daughters. 
Rob' Montgomery Ship George & James from Scotland. 

Will McKeen a Mate & 8 sailors belong 8 to a ship 
at Casco Bay 

Alex r Lee a Marriner 

James Mull 



TiT-iim * *. f 

Will" 1 Arnit ) 

M r Baker Gentleman & His wife 

M r Will" 1 Kelso Gentleman 

John Tuill Mercht 

M Silkrig Wife to M r Jam 8 Silkreg Merch* & child 
Tim y Parker Sloop three Friends [from] Philadelphia 

M r Sullendine Pot Ash Maker 

Mathias Amos Sailor. 
Nehem h Somes Sloop Dispatch from Hallifax 

Jerem h Gushing Carpenter 

M re Giffin ) 

M Peirce > Their Husbands at Hallifax. 

M Phippeny ) 

Mich 1 Bryant Sailrnaker & His Wife 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 279 

Mary Greenleaf went from Boston 

Edw d Deacon Merch* 

Jam 8 Dunlap Farmer 

Tho 8 Horsey Distiller 

Tim y Conner, Tim y Ratcliff, ~\ Irish servants 

Peter Larey, Sam 1 Davis, > consigned to Mr. 

Jam 8 Tool, Mich 1 Neal. ) Rob' Hallowell 

John Clarke Ship Industry from London 

Cap" Sam 1 Newell Marrin r 
10 Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N. York 

John Nevil Thorn 8 Graf ton Sailors 

John Smith Glover 
12 Thorn 8 Hatchings Schoon r Salley from Bermuda 

M r Benj" Pemberton Merch' & Wife 

M r John Harris Merch 1 & Son 

M r Rich d Hill Planter 

M r Jam 8 Mason Clarke to M r Pemberton 
Nath 1 Porter Sloop Industry from Georga 

Youths for 



13 Moses Peirce Sloop Susanna from Connecticut 

4 Sailors belonging to a Vessel at Casco Bay 

Elnathan Jones Schoon r Betsey from Martineco 

Cap" Joshua Stone & Brother Marriners. 
16 Tho 8 Cartwright Ship Dartmouth from Bristol 

M r Will" 1 Jones Merch' 

Cap" Welchman Marriner 

James Newton Spanill Schoon r Unity from Nova 
Scotia 

M r Rob' Stevenson Merch' 
18 Geo Jerry Osborne Schoon r Hampton from Piscatuqua 

Misses Nancy & Mary Harvey belong* 5 to Boston 

Joshua Hall Sloop Ranger from N Carolina 

M r John Bonner ") 

M r Matthew Scott } Merchts. 
Hugh Hunter Ship Devonshire from London 

Step" Sayres Esq r Merch' 

Cap" Geo Glover Cap n Archab Dunmore Marrin" 

Madam Kan Sister to the late Doct Douglass 

Madam Robison Daughter to Madam Ken 
23 Geo. Brayley Brig Cato from Swansey 

M r Reynolds a Gen ta 
26 Israel Abbott Sloop Policy from Connecticut 

M r Pendicks Trader 
30 W m Wimble Sloop Stamford from N. Y. 

The Rev d M r Mears 

M r Dickison a Merch' 

M r Searle Sister to M r Gore of Boston. 
July 4 James Dickey Schoon r Free America from Anapolis 

Sarah Bears Spinster 

M" Lansford a Widow 

Joseph Starrett Farmer 



280 , CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Andrew Wilson Sloop Cecelia from Jamaica 

Cap" Edward Tyler Marriner 

M r Will" 1 Hanson Merch' 
Andrew Gardner Brig* Swallow [from] Bristol 

M Griffin & Maid 

James Scott Brig' Lydia from London 

M r Benj Gerrish ) " , 

M r Rob 1 Fletcher j u 

John Rose Shoemaker 

W m Paty a Currier 

George Betty Brazier & His Wife 
7 Edward Howes Schoon r Eliz th from Hallifax 

Cap" Gwin 

Cap n Beals & Son 

John Demount Butcher His Wife & Mother 
9 John Hooker Schoon r Abig 1 from Piscatuqua 

Miss Mary Warner Spinster 

M rs Libey Widow 
12 Justus Taylor Sloop 3 partners from Connect' 

M r Creeke a Merch' His Wife & 4 children 
'Thorn 8 Hopkins Sloop Cale from Connect' 

M r Cullam a Baker 

Noah Doggett Sloop Commerce from N. Carolina 

M r Thorn 8 Gilbreth Merch' 

14 Will" 1 Sherad Ship Brutus from 8 th Carolina 

M r W m Warrien a Merch' 
Nathl. Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 
M r Jam 8 Forrist Merch' & two Servants 
Isaac Stone Trader & SeiV 
Mary Ingill Wife to a Carpenter at Hallifax 
Eliz" 1 Bridge Wife to a Founder & child 

Sam 1 Vans ) ,, , ts 
T , , > Merch. 
Joshua French j 

Sherman Lewis Sloop Polly from Connecticut 

Miss Charity Johnson ) ,. ,-, , . 
,,. T-, J T > for Education. 

Miss Easter Lampson ) 

Phineas Baldwin Sloop Fail-field [from] Connecticut 

M r Mayhew a Gent 
John Whitmarsh Scoon r Dove from Philadep h 

The Rev M r Kentow from Nova Scotia 

M r Cha 8 Cameron a Trader 

Mary Hardgrave Wife to a Stationer at Philadelphia 
& her Daughter 

15 John Cathcart Ship Cicero from S. Carrolina 

The list of Passengers not given in. 

21 Jerem h Rogers Scoon r Nova Scotia Packet from Hal- 
lyfax 

Cap" Allen a Marriner 

Eliz th Cream a Spinster. 
25 Moses Bennett Scoon r Peggy from Madera 

Alvaro, da Ornellas, Narconallas Cysniris 

Manuel de Morem. Two Portugese Gentlemen 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 281 

James Ford Sloop Nancy from Hallyfax 

Alex r Frasier a Marriner 

Ebn r Wales a Trader 

William a Labourer 

26 Uriah Oakes Scoon r Margaret from Louisbourg 

Mary Stacker a girl to the care of M Creamer 

Patrick Dowling a Shoemaker 

Edw d Whealand a Fisherman 
28 David Wier Scoon r Rainbow from Quebec 

Cap Benj Cobb a Marriner 

Lawrence Gilchrist a Baker 
Nath Patten Sloop Betty from N. Carrolina 

M' W"' Tyler, Killey } Merch ts 

M r Mathew Richee J L ' 

M r Munn a Hatter. 

30 John Dean Brig Countess of Bute from Jamaica 

M r Mosses Alvares ) Mpp . h i. 
M r Jacob Mindis ( a 
Cap" John Blow a Marriner 

31 Isaac Phillips Sloop Nancy from N. Found Land 

M rs Dumeresque a Widow & her Daughter 
Aug 1 Tim th Parker Sloop three friends from Philadelp* 
M r Lodwick Sprodell") 
M' Rob' Gray l Merc h" 

Mr- -l^v f 1* JL C 1 \s Li 

r Duncan 

M r Pelatiah Webster J 

2 Thorn 8 Homer Sloop Rainbow from N. Carrolina 

M r John Coleman a Merch 1 
Abiel Lucas Scoon r Gloria from Canso 
M r Barnabas Fagen his wife & child 

5 Josiah Goreham Sloop America from Philadelphia 
Cap" Joseph Arthur a Marriner 

7 Will'" Hayman Schoon r Lovely Betsey [from] Scotland 
Cap" Rob 1 Service ^ 

Cap" M c Evan > Marriners 

Cap" Rob 1 Morrison His mate & Servt. ) 
Geo Hanshald Rob 1 Gillies ") 

Jam 8 Henderson Arthur Hamilton > Merch' 8 
Alex r Ferguson Rob 1 Pludder ) 

M r Thorn 8 Robertson & Wife for Annapolis Royal 
M r Brown for Ditto [Annapolis Royal] 
Robert Thompson for New York. 
Elisha Glover Schoon r Charm 8 " & Hannah [from] Nova 

Scotia 

John Jeffers Farmer & Wife 
Joanna Howard Wife to a Farmer 
Ann Brooks Wife to a Ditto & Child 
Alex r M c Ghune a Farmer 
Jane Takels Wife to a Farmer 
Dorkes Gallop a Widow 
Sam 1 M c Clentick a Lad for Education 



282 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

10 Calvin Delano Sloop Hannah [from] North Carolina 
Jacob Roberts Oterway Burnes Merch" 
James Scott Brig 1 Ann from Louisburgh 
Cap" James Moor His Wife & 4 servants 
M r James Morrison a Leuv 1 

13 Paschal Nelson Smith Sloop Speedwell from N. York 
Lieu 1 Peirce & Lady 
Cap" Rogers of the Rangers 
Cap" Heath a Marriuer 

19 Alden Bass Sloop Speedwell from Barbadose 

Doc 1 Edward Bancroft 

Cap Edm d Wanton a Marriner 

20 Jacob Cole Brig Juno from N. F. Land 

John Lambert ) Marriners 
Charles S Penn ) 
Patrick Poor Carpenter 

22 W m Deverson Jun r Ship Tho & Sam from Quebec 
Cap Lewis Fits Gerrald 

25 Joshua Shaw Scoon r Priscilla from Hallyfax 

Cap Cotnatn of Salem & a Nurse w* a child of his 

Daughters 

Joshua French & Terrell Owen Traders 
Josiah Rogers Scoon r Eliz from Philad a 
Cap" Robert Way a Marriner 

26 George Haskins Sloop Brittania from Nantucket 

Miss Ruth Hoskins Spinster 

Miss Matha Dexter Ditto. 

Jerem h Rogers Schoon r Nova Scotia [from] Hallifax 

27 M r John Apthorp j Mprf>ht9 
M r Benf Jackson j 1V 

M re Salter Her Child & Serv 4 

M rs Franklin 2 children & Serv*. 
Sept 2 Zebulen Ellio' Sloop Greyhound [from] Connecticut 

William Brocas a Merch* 

John M c Gregor Sloop Endeav r from Annapolis 

Sarah Rice a Spinster 
6 Tim th Parker Sloop 3 Friends [from] Philadelphia 

M r Corn 8 Linsey a Gentleman 

John Wood a Sailor 
8 Jon th Freeman Ship Pratt from London' 

M r Hen y Bromfield ] 

M r Gilbert Deblois ,, , 

M'JohnPinchbankf Merchants - 

M r Sam Parker 

M r Fra 8 Brezina a German 

13 John Banfield Brig' Thomas from Guadalop & St 
Eustatia 

M r Benj" Bunting Merch' 

M r Kno. M r Marroie French Gentlemen 
15 Hen y Omand Ship Gener 1 Wolf from London 

M r Edward Church, Merch 1 M r Rob Silkreg Ditto 

Cap" Thomm 8 Carlett Marriner 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 283 

Miss Hannah Wilkinson Spinster 

Cap" Tho 8 Deads a Marriner His wife & child 

Thorn 8 Omand, Joseph Smith & Jam 8 Smith 

Marriners 

Thorn 8 Carmichall a Weaver 
Allen Muris Merch' Peter Hagan a Taylor 
Patrick Naster Soap Boiler Char* Fenton Farmer 
Benj". Gorstelow a Soap Boiler 
John Gould Merch' Thos Wells Taylor 
Cap" Rob 1 Stone of His Town 
Cap" Hen y Willson Marriner & servant 
Joseph Pell Shoemaker His Wife & 2 children 
Sept 6 Josiah Gorham Sloop America from Philadelphia 
John Moor Merch' & 3 Sailors 

17 Sam 1 Bragdon Sloop Sybella from S th Carolina 

John Gange Taylor 
John Homer Cooper 

John Hogsdon Sloop Prince of Orange [from] Burmuda 
M r Shaw Blacksmith 
M r Lewis Blocknaaker 
M r Daken Blacksmith 
M r Pope Dancing Master. 

18 Will m Marshall Ship Holy Oake from London. 

Cap" James Brett Marriner 

Cap" Tho 8 Tyler Ditto & serv* 

M r Rider a Merch' 

John Brown Soap Boyler His Wife & 2 Children 

Thorn 8 Broadbear Taylor 

Will 1 " Ferryman a Merch' 8 Clarke 
John Pullen Schoon King Fisher from Louisburg 

Cap 4 . Cesar Cormack of the Rangers 

Mr. Joseph Simson Merch'. 
Nath 1 Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

John Terrey Baker 

W m White Ditto & Son 

John Rite a Leiut of one of His Majestys Ships & 
Serv' 

M r Char 8 Rollen Merch 1 

M re Weitten a Cooper Wife at Hallifax & Son 

Cap" Shadwick in the Army 

Char 8 Orston Docter 

John Ray Merch' 

2 Seamen. 

19 Edward Morrison Schoon r Blackburn from Glasgow 

John Neal, Sailor, Dav d Rening, ~J 
Alex r Ramsay, W m Cockren, > Marriners 
James Gellis, Sam 1 Spark. ) 
Joseph Service, 

20 John Broad Brig' Fly from Falmouth 

John Polkinham Christop Spurrier mates for a ship 
& 5 Sailors 

21 Constant" Freeman Ship Juno [from] Bristol 

M r John Powell Merch'. 



284 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Sept 23 W m Deverson Ship Brittania from London 

Cap" Jennings a Marriner 

M r Bowen an Officer w th his Wife. 

Rob 1 Buckan a Trader 
W m Davis Ship Thomas from London 

M r Rich d Barnssley a Gen m & his Wife 

Cap Gallispie & Wife 

Cap John Phillips & Mate. ] 

Cap Jn Parrott & Mate. > Marriners 

Cap Jn Darling & Do. J 

27 Jeremiah Rogers Scoon r Nova Scotia Packet from 
Hallyfax 

M r Fra White a Mercht 

Doc r White of Hallifax 

Ruth Rogers ^ 

Dorcas Cleavland ( Spinsters. 

Eliz. Blackden ) 
W m Clift Scoon r Two Sisters from Louisbourgh 

Gregor}" Townsend Esq & 2 serv 18 

M r Hogg Master of a ship of warr at Hallifax 

M r Despert Ensign 
Joseph Blanchard Sloop Dolphin from N. Fd Land 

Cap" Fran 8 Tree & Six Sailors 

Cap" Cockran & 4 Ditto 

Rich d Howell & Step n Nowter Marriners 
Isasc Smith Sloop Bideford from N. F. Land 

Cap W m Shippard & five Sailors 

John Fanning & Will 111 Marriners 
29 Eben r Rider Sloop Abigail from N. Found Land 

George Chester, Thorn 8 Sterling, W m Studman Mar- 
riners 

Patrick Furnas, Edw d Casey, ^ 

John Latthorn, W ra Scott, 

Rodman Reed, Peter Rhine, } Fisherman 

John Maragrine, Derby Morrison, | 

Martin McLartin, Edm d Butler, J 

John Killey. 

John Anderson a Cooper. 
Rob 1 McCurdy Brig William from Ireland 

M r W m Moor Gentle. Dan 1 Boyles, Taylor & His 
Wife. 

M r Barry, School Master. Mich 1 Poor, Labourer 

John Feald, Jerem h Nuhan, Miles Caulv, Labourers 

Tim y Shea, Patrick Roach Ditto. 

W m Gorman, Weaver. Jerem h Murphy, Cooper 

Jerem h Readon, George Fitzgaral, Labourers 

John Kealahorn, Weaver. John Jenkins a Dyer 

Sam 1 Allen Do. John Gray, Labourer 

Sam 1 Dickson a Comber. Will Hurley, Labourer 

Tim y Dorson, Schoolmaster & Wife 

Mary Butler a Widow & Daughter 

Elouer Nowlan, Widow. David Stockman a Labourer 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 285 

And Chabrito a Sailor. Bryan Marran, Labourer 

Jam 3 Meaglan Cooper & Wife Jarne" Wiley, Mason 

His wife & 2 Sisters, Tho 8 Miller, Labourer His Wife 

& Son. Mary Wiley, Widow Betty Wiley & Jane Wiley 

Spinsters 
Tho 9 Duau, Labourer. Will m Scott School Master & 

wife 

John Thumb, Sam 1 Hanry, Rob' Heanary, Labourers 
Pres 1 Pullen [?] wife to a Wheelwright & Son John 

Mealon Labourer 
Jany Quales, Spinster. Grace Core Wife to a Farmer & 

4 Children 

Jacob Magar, Labourer, Rob' Magar House Carpenter 
Rob 4 Main, Labourer. And w Beard Blacksmith & 4 Chil- 
dren 

Will" 1 More, Sailor. John Fairservice Labourer 
Jn Miller Blacksmith & Son 
Betty Ramaige Wife to a Sailor. Jane Shanan Spinster 

Jane Patterson a Ditto. Mich 1 Keanan Barber 
Seth Doan Sloop Polly from Connecticut 

Mary Starr Wife to Cap Starr of Boston & her Son. 
Oct 3 Joseph Williams Sloop Polly from Nova Scotia. 

Hen y Higgins a Shoemaker 

Experience Cross a Farmer 

Lydia Hibber Wife to a Taylor 

Priscilla Allyn a Spinster. 
Josiah Rogers Schoon 1 Eliz th from Philad* 
6 Larrance Ash Watchmaker ] 

M ra Eliz^ 1 Heft a Widow & Child 
James Dickey Sloop Salley from Nova Scotia 

Enoch Gooding Farmer His Wife & Two children 

Moses Barnes a Ditto His Wife & Two children 

Godfrey & Sarah Richardson children to y e care M. 
Wimens 

Six French Fishermen Mathew Dulet a Tailor. 
11 James Deming Schoon r Hannah from Connect 1 

M r Garnsey Goldsmith & Wife 
lo Phenix Frazier Sloop Salley from N. Carolina 

John Frazur Peruke maker 
Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N. York 

Major Bayard & His two white serv' 9 

M" Freeman 
18 Moses Roach Brig' Squid from New F d Land 

Tho 8 Whaland ~ Sam 1 White Coopers 

Edw d Carev Thomas Roach 

Edw d Grilfen Luke McGray 

John Mahan Tho 8 Barrey , -p. . 

Rich d Quirk Will Comings 
22 Silas Atkins Schoon r Dolphen [from] New F J Land 

Cap" Combs Marriner 
Joshua French Sloop Fortune from Hallifax 



286 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

M r Stain Jam 8 Bane ~\ 

W m Finley Eben r Thomson [ Sailors 
Nich 1 Bufford J 

John Waterman Sloop Deborah [from] Philadelphia 
John Pope Rob 1 Gray Traders 
John Woodman Gentle 
Oct 23 Jessee Harding Scoon r Success from the Island of 

Magillen 

M r Chafey a Brasier & Wife 
James Bailey a Soldier his Wife & 3 Children 
Ann Callehan a Widow & 2 Children 
Sarah Sprague for Service 

24 Uriah Oakes Sloop Success from N. F Land & Louis- 

bo urgh 

Morris Dayley Jam 8 Casey ^ 
John Newman Rob 1 Wood I -p. , 
John Murrey Jam 8 Sheppard [ 

James Cockran 

M rs Marg* Wife to Rob' Wood. 
Catharine Ormsby a Child to the care of M r Gregory 

Townsend 
Peter Crumer & W m Brumigin Traders. 

25 Cornelius Cannabal Sloop Gull from Liverpool in 

Nova Scotia. 

James Nickerson James Eldridge ) ,-,. , 

T\ i -KT- i_< t Fishermen 

Daniel Nickerson j 

M rs Knowles Wife to Corn 1 Knowles 

Percilla Mayho & Hannah Nickerson Spinsters. 

27 Jacob Parker Sloop Dolphin [from] N. F. Land 

John Barry Richard Rinch 1 

W ra Janison W ra Gray, Ja" Kain v Marriners 
Israel Turner Anthony Stodd. ) 
Rob 1 Jarvis Brig Han h from London 
M r Thorn 8 Hutchinson Jun r ) AT , tg 
M r Nathan Frasier. j * 

Cap n Rich d Small Cap Jn Langdon ) ,., . 
Cap John Hayraer Cap Tho 8 Hart. / * 

28 Alex Watt Ship Thames from London 

Joseph Harrison Esq r Collector & his Family 
Cap Benj a White his Wife & Daughter 
M r Bowes a Merch 
Cap Smith & Cap Clapp Marriners. 

30 Rob 1 Young Brig Neptune from London 

M rs Vibert Wife to an Officer at Hallifax 

31 Arch d Orr Snow Jeany from Glasgow 

M r Alex r Bell M r John Miller ) Af . t . 
M r John Murray j A: 

M r John Fleming Printer 
Daniel White Peter Ferguson 

John M c Nutt Thorn 8 Cockran 

John Muire Rob 1 Reside 

Alex M c Dufie John M c fee 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 287 

Nov 1 Shubal Dunham Sloop Han h from R. Island 
M r Medcalf & Wife of Dedham 

3 James Stuart Scoon r Nova Scotia Packet from Hallif ax 

M rs Fraces Gamble & four Children 
M rs Dunn a Widow 

4 James Ford Sloop Nancy from Hallifax 

Cap' Elisha Glover & 2 Sailors ) ,, 
Cap'M'Cowen } Mamners 

Eben r Wales a Trader 
M r Fairbanks a Farmer 
M Nancy Webb a Spinster 
Barney Binney Ship Lyon from London 
Cap Moldsworth of the 29 Regim 4 & Serv 

Cap Stowers ) ,, . 
/-i TT A \ Marriners 
Cap Hamond j 

Lievt Johnson of one of his Maj 3 ships 
M r " Ann Davis Widow & Daughter to the care of M' 
John Smith South End. 

10 John Blake Ship John Galley from London 

M r Benj a Berry & M r W" Cox Merch* 

Cap Sohier & Cap Hitch Marriners 
Josiah Gorehara Sloop America [from] Philadelph a 

M r8 Marg' Driskel a Widow 

Cap Hen y Dawson Marriner. 
John Whitmarsh Scoon r Dove from Philadelp a . 

M r Charles Carnerin a Trader 
Elisha White Sloop Trial from Connecticut 

M r Berry a Merch'. 
Nehem h Soames Sloop Betse} T from Hallifax 

M r Kinlock a Clergyman 

M r Miller & Mathew M c Namara Traders 

M Glover a Widow 

M" Clark Wife to a Farmer at Dorcester 

11 Rob 1 Montgomrie Ship Geo & James from Glasgow 

M r Andrew Donhun. M r James M c Master 

Merch 48 
Edm d Morton Scoon r Dove from Philadelphia. 

The Rev d M r Williams his Wife seven Children & 

Serv ts 

M r Beels a Marriner. 

13 Shubal Coffin Brig Harrison [from] London 
Cap Trail a Marriner. 

15 John Harmon Scoon r Speedwell from S' Croix 

Will" 1 Hendrickson a Lad for Education to the Care 

of Cap Jon th Lord 

Jon th Morcomb Brig Willmott from Cork 
John Henderson Catharine Sullivan Jam 8 Coghlin 
Mathias Brett Marg 1 Ross John Murphy 

Luke Welch John Gibson Dennis Mahony 

Mary Cockery W m Quirk Marg Mahouy 

Thorn Dugale Catharine Conner John Hayes 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Joseph Mosses 
Ann Dougale 
Rob' Dougale 
W ra How 
Jerem h Davis 
Thorn 8 Dougale 
Abig Dudley 
Tim th Bryant 
Austin M e Carty 
Jonas Dougale 
Dav d Quirk 
W ra Donshin 
Ann Dougle 
James Ross 
John Ross 
Janes Ross 
John Ross Juu r 



Darby Lawler 
Cathr Carrill 
Danl Keefe 
Mathew Howard 
Thorn Quinlan 
John King 
Cha" Hewett 
James Dalton 
Cornelius P\>x 
Peter M c Namara 
Dennis M e Carty 
Dan 1 Carthy 
Patrick Welch 
John Kelly 
Barbary Kelly 
Peter Manning 
Arthur Veavea 
Redmond Larnard 



Edw d Murphy 
John Twahy 
W m Stephens 
James Row 
Isabella Learman 
Catherine Twahy 
John Bourke 
Patrick Ryan 
John Bowler 
Mary Dougle 
Dan 1 Bulkeley 
Corn 8 Sullivan 
George-Shinnehan 
W m Kahaven 
W m Fitzgerald 
John Dowle 
Bal Sullivan 
Jam 8 O Daniel 
Thorn 8 M c Carty 
John Lee 
all Indented to 



Cap W' n Bray 
Daniel King 
James Burn 
Phillip Le Crais 
Elias Le Siberrill 
Peter Arive 
Thorn 8 Gallien 
Jno Halloway 
Isaac Wing 
Archibald Tate 



Marriners 



Cornelius Hagarty 
Edrn d Swaney 
the above seventy two Servants are 

Mess r Creed & Collis Merchants. 
22 Joseph Rose Sloop Industry from N. F Land 
Cap" W m Cockeran Cap Peter Hewson 
Hugh Verncomb 
James Clark 
Rich d Morisey 
Tho 9 Le Siberrel 
Mosses Clement 
Abrah" 1 Podesters 
Tho 8 Allen 
Rob 1 Baswell 
W m Jones 
Eben Hinkley 
24 Nath Phillips Ship Dispatch from Liverpool 

Cap W m Main 

Hector M c Neil Sloop Fanny & Jeany from Quebeck 
Cap Martin of the Train his Wife three Children & 

5 Servants. 
Lieut Willson 

M r Sherman a Soldier his Wife & Child 
29 Joshua Shaw Scoon r Priscilla from Philadelphia 
Sam Johnson a Carpenter & his Wife 
M r Robert Rogers a Trader 
Isaac Smith Sloop Biddeford from Philadelphia 

M rs Ash Wife to a Watchmaker 
Josiah Taylor Sloop Desire from Connecticut 

Sam Knight a Sailor. 

Dec 1 Joseph Dobel Sloop Charm 8 Sally [from] N. F. Land 
Cap W m Clark a Marriner & his Serv ts 
M r John Maudervel a Land Survey 1 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 289 

Dec 2 W m Maxwell Sloop Sterling from St. Johns 
M r Jon th Whipple a Farmer & his Wife. 

3 Isaac Phillips Brig Hawk from N. F. Land 
Cap John Willson & Ser\ rt 
M r Thorn 8 Kt-nady Merch 4 . 
Mr. Thorn 8 Kasey [ ?] Trader 
Andrew Minton Joseph Stripton | lvr 

Jn Elson, Darby Rion, W m Laurence f & 

6 Hugh McLean Sloop Nancy from Annapolis. 

John Church Mr Moss ) ^ 

u -ri -11 i r Farmers 

Joseph Whillock j 

Rob' Black, John Cambell ) , ,. 
T i T-> f Soldiers 

John Deunm ) 

M rs Martha Whillock a Widow 
Lucy Rice. Nancy Kent Spinsters. 

10 Jerem h Webber Sloop Lively [from] Philadelphia 

M r Rob 1 Smith & Wife 
James Dickey Sloop Sally from Annapolis 
Doc 4 John "Wright his Wife & 4 Children 

11 Rob Hale Ives Brig Unity from Bristoll 

M rs Marg' Lilly a Spinster 
Thomas Jarvis Sloop Desire from N. F. Land 
Jn Hanbury Jn Gleason 

Nath Linch Tho Fling 

Luke Dulin . James Lase 



Morris Murphy Jesse Connelly 

Phillip Dunelty [ ?] Thorn 8 Power 



Fishermen 
*& Sailors 



Edw d Whalin W m Murphy 

John Hade Patt r Brinnen 

John M c Donnagh Jn Colston 

John Fling a Fisherman & his Wife 
13 W m Willsou Scoou r Fisher from St. Johns 

seven Fishermen belonging to this Province. 
Mungo Mackay Brig Polly from Teneriff 

Cap Darby a Marriner 
John Andrews Sloop Massachusetts from St Croix 

M r Duncan Mackbun ) -,-,, 

Mir 01 MI' TIT T\ f PlaUtCl'S 

M r Phillip McDunner j 
15 John Willson Brig Burnham from N. F. Laud 

List not given in. 

17 Maurice Cavenaugh Scoon r Nova Scotia Packet from 
Hallifax 

Cap Joseph Williams & Serv' 

M r George Rumney ^ 

M r George Robertson > Merch' 8 

M r John Hall j 

Joseph Dennis a Labourer 

M r " Marg 4 Dunlap Wife to a Marriner 

M rs Eliz Cotter Wife to a Soldier in the 

Train of Artillery. 
23 Nathaniel Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

Isaac Stone & John Wyman Farmers 



290 Crrr DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Mich Carrell Hen y Noyce { ^ , 

M r i * r JL rLQ6rS 

r Beaver j 

James Hilton Lawrence Nutson ) ,, 

John Miller | Marrmers 

M r Spincer a Shoemaker. 
Dec 26 Job Bradford Sloop Olive from N. Carolina 

M r Badcock Trader 

W m Dean Schoon r Thankf nil from Hallifax 
Dan 1 Westcoat a Farmer 
And w Bright a Ditto 
29 John Whitmarsh Schoon r Dove from Philadelp* 

M r Char 8 Gray Trader. 
27 James Scott Brig Lydia from London 
Cap Edw d Atkins a Marriner 
Thorn 8 Clark a Hatter 
James Bruce Ship John & Sukey from London 

Two Silversmiths 

[Dup 29 John Whitmarsh Scoon r Dove from Philadelphia 
Ent.] M r Charles Gray a Trader 

Sam Hooper Brig Phenix from London 
Cap Cotton, Cap Brown Marriners 

1767. 

Jan 1 1 Nathan Sears Scoon Dolphin from Liverpool 
M r Malcom a Trader 

13 Rob 1 Calf Ship London Packet from London 

Doc r Rich d H irons 

Nath Jackson Scoon r Phenix from Piscatiqua 
M r John Darby a Mason 

14 Thorn 8 Jenkins Scoon r Han h from Hallifax 

The List not given in. 

Thorn 8 Dixey Brig Amherst from London 
Cap W m Grow "j 

Cap' Termain ,, 

rpu /-i it r Marriners 

Thorn 8 Carewell f 

Geo Davis 

20 James Ford Sloop Nancy from Halifax 
John White Trader 
Robt Kellwell Marriner 
..... Labourer 

Nehemiah Somes Sloop Betsey from Hallifax 
Maj Goreham his Wife a Child 2 Servts. 
The Rev d M r Simon Moor 
Doct r Bailey 
M r Hart a Trader 

Mess" Eben e & W m Wales Traders. 

Mar 9 Uriah Oakes Sloop Sparrow from N. Carolina 
M r M c Connel 



^ , 
IT Mall Traders 

M r Teldin Marrin' 
14 Maurice Cavenaugh Schoon r Nova Scotia Packet from 
Halifax 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 291 

John Grant Esq a Gentleman & Servts 
M r John Gorham Ditto. 
Mar 5 Nath Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

Brooks Watkiqs Esq r 

17 Benajah Collins Scoon r Bilboa from New Liverpool 
Benj a Godfrey Trader 
Tho Fish Marriner 
Joshua Ford Blacksmith. 

24 Joshua French Scoon Han h from Hallifax 

John Berry Trader 
John White Marriner. 
John Hart Trader. 
W m Derra Farmer. 

25 Crowell Hatch Sloop Betsey from Maryland 

Cap How a Marriner 

30 Maurice Cavenaugh Scoon Nova Scotia Packet from 

Hallifax 

Mary Rotch Wife to a Gardner 
in Boston and two Children. 

31 Nehem h Somes Sloop Betsey from Hallifax 

M r Alex r Gray a Merch' 
M r Eben r Wales ) Traders 
M r Hen^ Gland j 
M r James Butler of Boston 
M r Sam 1 Turner of Connecticut 
M r Sam 1 Beffington of Nova Scotia. 

April 7 Christop r Higgins Sloop Ruby from Connecticut 
Cap Scott ) Marriners. 
Cap Ash j 
Thorn 8 Frasier Sloop Harrison from St Croix 

Cap Benj Crocker ) ,, 

uTr t! -*i f Marriners 

M r Smith j 

8 Tim* Parker Sloop 3 Friends from Philadelphia 

M r Woodbury & M r Townsend Marriners 
13 Joseph Cordis Sloop Ruby from S th Carolina 
Hen y Fretts Saddler 

15 Sam 1 Adarton Schoon r Tryal from Connect' 

3 Fishermen hound to Nova Scotia 
Anther Wharfe Schoon r Industry [from] Maryland 

John a Free Negro Sailor 
Nath 1 Cook Sloop Delight from New York 

M Mary White a Widow 

16 Nath Stone Sloop Molly from Philadelp a 

W m Henery a Tailor 

James Fretts a Farmer 
W m Waters ship Minehead from Cadiz 

Cap' Hugh Stuart & Son. 
John Marshall Ship Boston Packet from London 

M r Clement Jackson Merch 1 & Serv' 

Cap' James Kirkwood ) ,, 

n t Tai -ii- i> r Marriners 

Cap' Phillip Bass { 

Mr Lewis a Blockmaker 



292 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

a Mollatto Serv* belonging to Cap* Whitman 
April 18 And w Perkins Sloop Olive from Nevis 

M r Thorn 8 Angier a Marriner 
j on th pi er p 0m t Brig Duke, of Kingston from Granada 

M rs Abig 1 Jones Wife to a Marriner. 
25 Maurice Cavenaugh Scoon r Nova Scotia Packet from 

Hallifax. 

M r John Munrow a Notary Publick. 
M r Thorn 8 Morton a Marriner 
M r James Clapp a Cooper. 

27 Alex Ramage Snow Concord from St Eustatia. 

M r John Dickenson a Carpenter 

28 James Hall Ship Amazon from London 

Cap n Alex Smith Man-in* 

M r John Atkinson, Clarke to M r Smith. 
May 4 James Burton Schoon r Hannah '[from] Nova Scotia 

John Savage ) 

John G or 1 ey >- Farmers. 

Edw d Brooks ) 

M rs Eliz th Corbet Wife to a Farmer. 
Tho" Elsbere Sloop Ranger from Rh d Island 

M rs Smith Wife to Cap" Smith 

Gideon Dodge Cooper 

M r Turner House Carpenter 

M r Nich 8 Probery Trader. 
5 W m Edwards Sloop Huldah from Connect 1 

Char 8 Dupee His wife & 10 Children | bound to 

Joseph His wife & Son j Quebec 

7 Nath Atwood Sloop Nancy from Hallifax 

M r James Fudge a Merch* 

Edward Pell a Baker. 

M rs Mary & Child to the care of Mr Forist 

& two Dutchmen. 
Hen y Oman Ship General Wolf from London 

M Esther Corney Wife to a Taylor 

w th Two sons & 3 Daughters. 

George Todd a Taylor. 
Jon th Freeman Ship Pratt from London 

M r John Alcock 
9 Thorn 8 Debano Brig Union from London 

M r Jabez Bradley \ 

David Stanwood > Marriners. 

Rich d Mcdugall. ) 
14 Jn Smith Brig Squirrell from London 

M r Thorn 8 Lee a Mereh* 

W m Merth a Marriner. 
17 Josiah Goreham Sloop America from Philadelphia 

W ra Price a Lad to the Care of M r David Bell 
20 John Midford Snow Apollo from Liverpool 

George Ray a Butcher 

Sarah a Servant to the Captajn. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 293 

May 28 Edm d Morton Scoon r Dove from N. Carrolina 
M r Jacob Sheppard ~} 
M r Nath Bowles V Traders. 

M r Trisdale ) 

W m a Coachman to Gov Winthworth. 
W m Maxwell Sloop Sterling from St Johns 

X 5 al ! eff 1 Wives to Soldiers at Hallifax 
M r8 Cockran j 

29 Richard Grinnell Sloop Industry from South Carolina 

John Ward Serv' to Cap Joshua Loving 
John Dunn Ship Glasgow from Greenock. 
M r Arthur Hambleton a Merch' 
Mathew Limeburn a Farniev 
John McKeller a Joiner 
David Larmore, W m Willson Marrinevs 

30 Nath Phillips Ship Dispatch from Liverpool 

Cap" George Willson a Marrin r . 

Samuel Pain Sloop Commerce from Maryland 
M r James Stuart a Merch' 

W m Fitch Scoou r Three Brothers from S. Carrolina 
M r Lemuel Cox a Wheelwright. 

W m Welchman Snow Mary from Glasgow 
M r George Robinson j Merch t, 
M r John Lewis j 

Cap John Loyle a Marriner 
W m M c Duell Bookbinder 
M r John Delrumple an Ensign 
Alex r McCordy W m Boyd 

Gab 1 Willson Rob Hay 

James Bryson Alex r M c Naghton. 

John McKillop ' Mal m M c Naghton 

George Sterling Allan Scott 

Thorn 8 M c Forlaud W m Brown 

Dan M c Brarn Tho Sterling 

W m Willsou John Park 

And Willson Dan M c Vicker 

John Craford Alex MKendly 

W m M c Cracken Rob. Leddell 

W m Mathew John Anderson 

W m MGill Arch d Browning 

John Gardiner 
the above are Soldiers belonging to a Regiment' 

at Quebec or Hallifax. 
June 8 Maurice Cavenaugh Scoon r Nova Scotia Packet from 

Hallifax 

M r Brenton a Lawyer his Wife & Serv* 
M" Smith Wife to a Merch' at Hallifax & Serv' 
Cap" Hollows in the 29 th Regimt & 3 Servts 
M r Sands Lieut in the 59 Regim* 
M r Martin belonging to Lyn & Serv' 
10 John Adams Sloop Molly from St Eustatia 
M r Joseph Davis a Gentleman 



294 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Nehemiah Somes Sloop Ranger from Hallif ax 
M r Jones a Merchant 

M rs Miller Wife to a Blockmaker at Hallifax. 
A Soldier in the 29 th Regim' 
a Child to the Care of Beth w Kneeland 
June 17 Thomas Davis Brig Poppett from N. F. Land 
Cap Willson, Elijah Luce ~) 

David Dunkar, Daniel Thomas. I , T 
Thorn 9 Barrow, David Scuder, f* 
Daniel M c Brine, W m Fitchgeral, J 
Joseph Chapman Sloop Dove from Nova Scotia 
Coll Tong [?] of a Regim* at Hallifax 
Daniel Jones Son to Deacon Jones. 

19 Gershom Blin Sloop Under [?] from Connecticut. 
M r David Ellsworth a Farmer 
David Bill apprentice to a Barber in Boston. 
Josiah Goreham Sloop America from Philad a 

M r James Tilfer a Trader 

Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N. York. 
Cap Elijah Thacher & Serv' 
W ra Hall a Butcher his Wife & 2 Children 

23 James M c Ewen Sloop Olive from N. Carrolina 
M r W m Mitford belonging to Nova Scotia 
Thorn. Chandler a Carpenter. 
W m Cousins Sloop Eliza from St Croix 
M r Fra 8 Creekee a Merch' 
M rs Eliz M c Kew & Suss h Thomas 
to the care of M r Creekee for Education. 

25 Morgan Griffiths Ship Rialto from Bristoll 

M r John Jones a Merch 1 1 , , 

T i t f\ /-.i- Traders all 

John Duffy, Owen Carolina . ,, 

T * i X v TOTT j r from y e north 

Partnck Caroline, Jn Hand f T 1 d 

LawrenceMerren, Carrick M c Ross J 
27 Seth Doan Sloop Sally from N. Carrolina 
M r W m Maxwell 

29 Sam Haynes Scoon r Sussan h from St Croix 

M" Durant & Child. 

Alex Willson Sloop Dispatch from Liverpool 
W ra Cleaves 

Jane Bruce & two Children 
Phillip Kennett 
Jean Charlag & one Child 
Rob Keweu 
Mary Walker & two Children 

30 Nath Byfield Lydes Brig Harrison from London 

Fra 8 Barnard Esq Naval Officer 
M r Phillip Dumersque a Merch' 
M r Wintworth 
M r Young a Wine Cooper 

James Dickey Sloop Sally from Fort Cumberland 
Eben' Gawne Jn Wright j Farmers 
James Hastings ) 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 295 

Jemima Vose a Spinster 

Samuel Rockwell Scoon Betsey from Connecticut 
M r Barratt a Taylor 
M r Williams a Shoemaker 

July 1 Tim Parker Sloop Three Friends from Philadlp* 
Cap Pearson Jones 
Cap Nath Marshall & two Sailors. 
6 Nath Atwood Sloop Swallow from Hallifax 

M r Sam Davis M r Ja 9 Hart. ) , , 
T/rr T T7"* i r Iraders 

M r James Jntchpatnck ) 

M r Eben r Torrey a Baker 
Mary Ryan & Child belonging to Hallifax 
Maurice Cavenaugh Scoon r Nova Scotia Packet from 

Hallifax 

M r Robert Apthorp a Gen m 
M r John Cummings a Ditto 
M r James Brett a Trader 
M rs Procter Wife to a Merch' at Hallifax 

July 1 Step" Stinton Scoon r Charm g Peggy from Cape Fear. 
John Hughs a Lad for Education. 

10 Peter Boyd Sloop Patty from Connecticut 

M r Tim th Ward a Goldsmith. 
Nath Stone Sloop Molly from Philadelphia. 
Cap Thorn 8 Cordis Sam Berry } , T 
David Vickery JMarrmers 

11 Isaac Clark Sloop Virgin from N. Carrolina 

M r Hill a Planter. 
14 Joshua Hall Sloop Ranger from N. Carrolina 

Doct Will Pratt 

M r Crosby a Hatter 
Thorn 8 Elsbree Sloop Ranger from R. Island 

M r Fra 8 Hambilton a Merch' & Wife 
27 Christop r Prince Brig Nassau from Georgia 

Cap Skilling & his Wife. 

29 John Doubleday Brig Mairmaid from Haneago 

John Hollyoke a Cooper 

Joseph Waterman Sloop Dolphin from N. Carolina 
M r Cooper a Trader 
Cap Bosworth 

30 Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N. York 

Jane Waters Wife to a Carp r at N York 
Aug 4 ft Joseph Hewett Sloop Phenix from N. Carrolina 

John Combes & W m Angerson Traders 
Eben r Fuller Sloop Good Intent from N. Carrolina 

M r Mathew Scott & Jn Vines Merch 49 
Joseph Goodwin Schoon r Johan" from Providence 

M r Newell a Cooper 
5 Alden Bass Sloop Sarah from Granada 

M r Nich Welch a Cooper 
And Johnson Schoon r Susa h from Connecticut 

M r Thomas Edwards a Jeweller 
10 Hector McNeil Sloop Brittania from Quebec 



296 CITY DOCUMENT ^o. 100. 

Mr W m Minott a Mercb 
Peter Ducett a Marriner 

Lawrence a Soap Boiler 

Aug 11 Martin Cox Ship Weatherell from St Christopher 
The Rev d Mr Clarkson of Nevis 
Cap Thorn 8 Yard 
M r Pratt a Shipwright 

12 George Michell Schooner Molly from Annapolis 

Charles Bartux for Education 
Eben Perry a Farmer his Wife & Two Children 
M rs Isabella Morley Wife to a Farmer & Child 
Lydia Shaw a Servt to Cap' Mitchell 

13 John Hickling Brig William from N. F. Land 

Capt John Hayward & 5 Sailors 
W m Lawren a Marriner 

14 Ebeu r Goodwin Schooner Mulbery from N th Carolina 

M r Jam 8 Harding & Mr W m Gould a Merchant 
Maurice Cavenaugh Schooner Nova Scotia Packet 

from Halifax 

M r Jno Romney & Giles Tidrnarsh Mercbt. 
M r Jno Pagett Watchmaker. George Bailey Soap 

Boyler 

M r Foster & Mr Avery of Boston Merehts. 
Henry Gibbons a Soldier & his Wife 
M" Fairbanks & Child of Halifax 
M Cottnam & Maid of Salem 
James Burton Schooner Charming Hannah from Port 

Cumberland 
M r Smith a Merch* 
Eliz a Smith of Boston. 
M Gay of Stoughton. 
17 John Dean Brig Ann from Jamaica. 
M r W m Penny a Merch 1 
W m Pease a Marriner 
Hector Orr Snow Jeany from Glasgow 
M r W ra Pettegrew Mr Jn Watson ) c 
W W Bucklnnan } Surgeons 

M r Rob Selkrige Mr Donnald Morrison ~i 

M r Patrick M e Masters Mr Tho Bucken- V Merch" 

loss ) 

Tho 8 Deeds, Rob Hamilton, Donald M c - ~\ 

Donnell > Marriners 

W ra Flatt, John Abernathy j 

Peter Campbell John M c lntoch ) -, 
John Robertson | House Carpenters 

Daniel Morrison a Ditto & his Wife. 
John Park a Mason his Wife & 3 Children 
M rs Thompson & three Children 
Pettergrow a Boy 

27 Simeon Freeman Sloop Betsey from Connecticut 
Moses Pierce & his Wife. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 297 

31 Lemuel Drew Scoon r Vigorus from New Liverpool 

Joshua Ball a Labourer 
Johu Goddard Sloop Kitty from N. Carolina 

M r James Burt a Get" 1 
Nehemiah Somes Sloop Ranger from Hallifax 

M r Wicoff a Merch' belong* to Philadelphia 

M r Cook a Marriner 

M r Wales Mr Miller Traders 

M r Salter a Carp r 

M rs Bushnell of Hallifax & Child. 

Polly Driver. Polly Pippen ) 

Rebecca Rogers. j 

Betsey Stevens of Casco Bay. 
Sep 10 John Stockdale Ship Brittau" from Jamaica 

Raynes Barret Wait Esq. Gen m 

Peter Richards Merch' 
11 Philamon Winship Schoon r Grayhound 

9 Sailors 

14 Joseph Row Sloop Speedwell from Quebec 

M r Patrick Mathew Osborue a School Master. 

15 Edward Grow Schoon r Han h from Annapolis 

M r9 Evans ) . . 

M" Baker j belon S in g to Annapolis. 

Nath 1 Stone Sloop Molley from Philadelphia. 
The Rev d Mr Geo Soller 

16 And w Newell Brig Polley from St Kitts 

M r James Apthorp & Wife. 
23 Nathl. Atwood Sloop Nancy from Hallifax 

Maj. Butler, a Serjent & his Sevr 1 
v five men belonging to Philadelphia 

Rob* Jervis Brig Hannah from London. 

The Rev d Mr Beach 

The Rev d Mr Badger. 
25 Joseph Chapman Sloop Dove from Nova Scotia. 

M r John Chapman a Merch 1 

M rs Eliz Doan Wife to a Farmer at Nova Scotia 

28 W ra Ruggles Sloop Han h from N. Found Land. 

Cap Casneau & four Sailors 
Cap M c Farland & three Sailors. 

29 James Smith Snow Charm 8 Polly from N. Lopdon 

Mrs Sally Hill & Mrs Betsey Demorsque Spinsters 
Sam 1 Rockwell Sloop Molly from Connecticut 

M r Silvester his Wife & one Child belong 8 to Sheep- 

scott 

W m Whitmore for Education. 
Oct 1 W m Maroney Scoon r Experience [from] Turks Island 

M r Gilbert Malcomb a Merch'. 
5 . Enoch Taylor Sloop Han' 1 from Philadelphia 

M r Abraham Field a Farmer. 
14 W m Alkin Brig Ann & Marg' from Ireland 



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Eleanor Murphy. 
Franis Hadnett 
Mary Mchoon. 
Eleanor McSweney 
Mary Howard. 
John Kinnev 
Eliz th Brien' 
Ann Collins 
Judith Pop 
Edw d Dammarell 
Mary Callahane 
Eleanor Moloney 
Mary Conun 
Timothy Mulcahy 
George Prichard 
Paul Prichard 
Dinish McSweney 
James Conner 



Mary Wilkinson 

Eleanor Stoakes 

Mary Ambrose 

Mary O'Brien 

Thorn 8 Prichard. 

John Jackson 

Sam Prichard 

Marg 1 Fleming 

Eliz th Wilkinson 

Honer Coveney 

Edw d France 

Ann Hill 

Mary Stoaks 

JohnLyndsay) Weaverg 



John Murphy, 
W ra Sweney ) 

James Fitzgerrald j 



Laborers 



Darby Conner 

W m Hoban John Baker Shoemakers 

Tim th Murphy, John Furch Talyors. 

Isaac Stoakes a Nailor. Rich d Terutch Joiner 

Joseph King a Clockmaker. Edm d Shanohan, Cooper 

The above are Servt 8 

Cap* George Gray & his Wife 

M r M Bryn a Labour 1 " 

M r Step Gazor a Clerk 

M r Dinish Rien a Taylor 

M r W m Buck a Shoemaker 

M r Phillip O'Donel a Cooper. 
W m Deverson Ship Brittania from London 

M r Samuel Barre" Mercht. 
W m Davis Ship Thomas from London 

M r James Pratt a Farmer 
James Hall, Ship Diana from London 

Pardon Sheldon of Providence 
Rob 1 Calf Ship London Pacq 1 from London 

M r John Glover a Merch* 

Mary Cole Wife to Edw d Cole Marrin r & Child.- 
Seth Doan Sloop Sally from N. Carrolina 

M r W m Kill)y Merch 4 

Nehem h Soames Sloop Ranger from Hallifax 

M r Blair Merch 1 

M r Williams & Mr Daniels, Farmers. 
James Scott Brig Lydia from London 

Cap Cordis & Cap 1 Helpman Marriners 
James Deming Sloop Harlequin from Connecticut 

Abigil Doble a Child of Cap 4 John Doble's and a 

Maid of s d Dobles. 

Maurice Caveneaugh Scoon r Nova Scotia Packet from 
Hallifax 

M rs Gray Wife to a Labourer & her Child. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 299 

Oct 23 W Nichols Brig Devonshire from Bristoll 
M r Jon th Lewis j Merch u 
M r Benj a Jackson j 
Cap Mathew Smith 

28 Hen y Smith Ship John from London 

Cap Benj White > 
Cap Twicross j 

29 Josiah Goreham Sloop America from Philadelphia 

M ra Han h Prest a Widow 
Jon th Freeman Ship Pratt from London 
John Cockle Esq r 
M r W m Russell a Merch' 
M ra Hau h Fosdick went from Boston in Cap Jacobson 

30 Thorn Crandon Sloop North Britton from Philadelphia 

Mich Grant a Marriner. 
Levi Studson Brig Jam a Packet from Jamaica 

M r Joseph Fitch a Merch' 
Joseph Hudson Sloop Polly from Hallifax 

Gregory Townsend Esq & a Boy to his Care 

George Qsborne a Merch' 

Charles Hart. Eben Wales ) ^ , 
A i- r\ a. r Iraders 

Abner Craft ) 

William Kirby a Labourer 
Nov 2 Edw d Grow Scoon r Han h from Annapolis 

Phineas Lovatt, W m Reed ) ^, 

Jerem h & Isaac Fosters f * r 

Mary Farnsworth & Martha Wheelock Spinsters 
Joseph Starrett [?] Scoon r Granvil from Annapolis 

M r Nelson a Farmer 

Rich d Malony a Soldier 

Jerem h Howes Scoon r Success from the Island of 
Magdalen 

W ra Poterfield a Fisherman his Wife & Child 

Tho Green a Ditto & Wife 

M r Green a Ditto 

a Shoemaker 

5 John Pulling Scoon r King Fisher from Louisbourg 

M r Row a Merch' 
7 Alex r AVatts Ship Thames from London 

Hen 7 Hulton Esq a Commissioner 

W m Burch Esq a Ditto his Wife Son & Daughter 
with 3 Servants 

Charles Paxton Esq a Ditto & Servant 

Sam 1 Venner Esq a Secretary his Wife & Son & one 
Servt 

John Williams Esq Inspector General & 2 Serv' 8 

James Porter Esq a Comptroller 

Rober' Temple Esq 

John Hincks Esq 

James Curgenven") 

Tho" McDonogh V Clerks to the Secretary 

Sam Loyde ) 



300 CITY DOCUMENT JSio. 100. 

John Hudson Clerk to the Comptroller 
W m Wootton & W m Wotton two Lads 
Mich 1 Darcy a Lame Boy 

Nov 9 Joshua Shaw Scoon r Priscilla from Philadelphia 
M r Sam 1 Eldridge a Merch' 

10 Moses Roach Sloop Fanny & Jenny from N. F. Land 

Cap Fossey & 4 Sailors 

Cap Tree far then & 4 Ditto 

Thomas Wallis & Tim th Flaharty Marriners 

11 George Folger Brig Lucretia from London 

M r Phillip Robson a Gen m 

M r John Short a Merch' 
David Wier Scoon Rainbow from Quebec 

M r Pirkins a GoldSmith 

M r Mallau a Waiter at Quebec 
Thomas Sturgis Sloop Dolphin from Hallifax 

M r Nutting a Soap Boiler & his Wife 

M r Richardson a Butcher 

18 John Harmon Brig Speedwell from St Croix 

John Irving Esq 

19 John Dunn Ship Glasgow from Glasgow 

James Kelly a Merch' 
W m Russell a Mason 

W m Sweetser Sloop Han h from Philadelphia 
Cap W m Bean a Marrin' 

20 Christopher Hoskins Scoon 1 Mary from Ess Quebo 

M r John Segus a Planter 

Step" Crowell Scoon r Defiance from Philadelp a 
M r Barrell a Sugar Baker 

21 Prince Goreham Sloop Desire from Virginia 

M rs Rasin Wife to a Planter at Virginia 
23 John Waterman Sloop Deborah from Philadelp a 

M r Charles Cameron a Trader 

Dec 4 Josiah Rogers Scoon r Eliz from N. Found Land 
Cap W m Shippard & two Sailors 
Henry Righthead a Marrin' & his Brother a Lad 
Rich d Barnes a Carp r Dan M c Haney a Tailor 
Jerem h Kane a Fisherman 

8 James Dickey Sloop Sally from Fort Cumberland 
M r Winsor Agur a Marriner 
M rs Lucy Danks a Spinster 

11 James Burton Scoon r Charm* Han h from Nova Scotia. 
Coll Alex r M'Nutt 

David Cutting Fra Blair ") 

W ra Blair David Dickey 

John Aughterson John Hadlock |* Farmers 
Sam 1 Whippe John Savage 

W" M c Keen Sol Steele 

Abner Brooks a Farmer & his Wife 
Sarah Richardson Wife to a Farmer 
Edw d M c Daniel a Labourer 
Lucy Stevens Johan' 1 Howard Spinster. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 301 

Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N. York 

Eliz th Edwards Wife to a Marriner at Casco Bay 
Maurice Cavenaugh Scoon r Nova Scotia Packet from 

Hallifax 

M r Reeves a Gent m 
M r M c Masters a Merch 1 
M" Moat Wife to Cap Moat 
M r8 Hoyland Daughter of Mr Cordis 
Samuel Brown Scoon r Betsey from Annapolis 

Benoni Shaw a Farmer 

Dec 15 Arch d Laws Scoon r Hils borough from Quebec 
Cap' John Malcom 

1768. 

Jan 4 Isaac M c Neil Sloop Swallow from Quebec 
Patrick Conner a Labourer 
Mrs. Eliz. Decon Wife to a Schoolmaster 

& 3 Children. 

James Ford Sloop Nancy from Hallifax 
M r Wootton Inspector General 
M r Henry Green a Merch 1 & his Servts 
M r Putnam M r Hunter ) 

M r Secomb j 

M r Balden M r Wallis ) , 
M'Wyman } Traders 

Christop r Wagner a Butcher 

John Masters a Carp r 

M r8 Mary Hunter 

M r3 Mary Malcomb 
11 Tho. Church Scoon r Leopard from Hallifax 

M r Gorham a Merch 1 . 
21 Nath 1 Porter Sloop Industry from Georgia 

M r Steph" Whiting Jun r ) ,, 

M'Sam'Elburt } Merch- 

M r Jones a Leather Dresser 
25 Nehem h Soames Sloop Ranger from Hallifax 

M r Night & M r Baker Farmers 

W m Cowdy a Fisherman 

John Davis a Marrin r 

Polly Parsons to the care of Mr Bowman 
Feb 1 Eben r Wales Sloop Sylvia from Hallifax 

Cap 1 John Malcom ) , r 

T u TI i- * c Marnners 

John Hamhnton ) 

Phillip Peak a Carp r 

Mercy Parker a Spinster 

3 Maurice Cavenaugh Schoon r Nova Scotia Packet from 
Hallifax 

M" Harbert an officers Lady at Louisburg 

M r Glynn a Trader. 
7 James Harding Stevens Brig Abig 1 from London 

Cap Jam 8 Ball Cap Tho Hart J 

Cap Hen y Eve Sam Roberts C Marriners 

Thos Cain Thorn 8 Biscomb. ) 



i 

> Spinsters 



302 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Lieut W m Haswell his Daugh* & Maid 

Thorn 8 Irvin Esq, Rich* 1 Shervin a Sadler 

Charles Perriug a Joiner. Tho 8 Richards 

John Kilbany a Farmer 

Katharine Winch a Spinster 
Feb 22 Seth Jenkins Brig Friendship from London 

M r Thorn 8 Williams a Merch 4 

M r Rob 1 Mackerle [ ?] a Doctor 

M r Savage an Officer in the Custom House & his 
Wife 

Sam Hawkins a House Carp 1 

Cap W m Broig Cap Symms ~\ 

Cap Kirkwood Cap Loyde >- Marriners. 

. M r Hooper M r Bradford ) 

M r Brown. 
March 6 Isaiah Atkins Scoon r Friendship from Maryland 

M r Rob' Colwell a Trader. 

11 Barna 8 Binuey Brig John from S 4 Eustatia. 

M r W ra Gardner a Merch 1 

12 John Havens Sloop Defiance from Virginia 

M r John Hozo. a Taylor 
14 James Ford Sloop Nancy from Hallifax 

M r Wood worth, Asa Chase ) ^ 

T-V i TT > r armers 

Daniel Hovey j 

W ra Lawler, Peter Griffen ~) 

Charles Hart And w Wallace [ Traders 

Charles Hill W m Christopher ) 

M r Fran 8 Anthony a Gen m from Fyal 
Emanuel Wait a Mill Wright 
Daniel M c Clester a House Carp 4 
W m Smith Lawrence Nutson Marriner 
John Neace a Taylor. 

21 Abiel Lucas Sloop Brittania from N. Carrolina 
M r Hinkley a Merch 4 
Cap Brown 

28 LCTV Stutson Brig Jam a Packet from Jamaica 

William Harris Esq a Planter. 

Joseph Waterman Scoon r Industry from North Carro- 
lina 

M r Benj a Pamella a Merch 4 
Nath 1 Stone Sloop Molly from Philadelp* 

M r Benj a Sharp a Marriner 

29 Josiah Goreham Sloop America from Philadelphia 

M r8 Nations a Widow 
M rs Rebecca Allen Wife to a Marriner 
31 Eben r Wales Sloop Sylvia from Hallifax 
Elias Willcock a Farmer 
M r Shanks a Tanner & 4 Children 

Sloan a Serv 4 

April 5 W m Reed Scoon r Nova Scotia Packet from Hallifax 
James Brenton Esq a Lawyer 
M r Thomas Procter a Mercht 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 303 

M r Thomas Hellish a Gen'" 
David Row a Fisherman 

April 8 James Scott Brig Lydia from London. 
M r W ra Cazneau * ~\ 
M r Cyrus Baldwin [ Gen m - 
M r John Cunott. ) 

12 Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N. York 

M r Edward Griffin 

13 Thorn 8 Goodspeed Sloop Desire from Connecticut 

M r Shippard a Barber 
15 Thorn 8 Dixey Brig 1 Amherst from London 

Cap 1 Bast j. Marrin rs 

Cap' Gotten }^ 

W' n Rose a Taylor 

Edw d Griffis a Ditto 

John Barnard a Brazier 
Jonth n Freeman Ship Pratt from London 

Cap 1 Wood a Marriner. 
20 John Pinchon Schoon r Easter [from] St Croix 

Cap n Mal y Newell Cap u Abrah m Brown Marriners 

M r Math w Fenwick a Merch 1 
23 Nath Phillips Ship Dispatch from Liverpool 

M rs Eliz Walker Wife to a Master of a Vessell 

26 George Mitchel Scoon 1 Molly from Annapolis 

M rs Worster Wife to a Baker 

27 Eben Goreham Scoon r Lucy from Turks Island 

Cap Burton & two Marriners 
29 Peter Humphrey Sloop Hampton from Monte Christi 

Doc r Harden. 
May 5 Edm d Morton Scoon r Dove from N. Carrolina 

M r John Bendor a Gen m his Wife & two young 

Women 

M r Jacob Shippard a Merch' 
M re Eliz. Covell a Widow. 
Nehem r Soames Sloop Ranger from Hallifax 
M r Chipman Mr Mich Brown ) rr ^ 
M' W- Blake. } Traders 

M Mary Cobb & M Lucy Pomeroy Spinsters 
M Jennison Wife to a Man at Dorchester & 3 Children 
Thomas Newall a Child of Mr Newells at Hallifax 
7 Nathaniel Stone Sloop Molly from Philadelphia 

Edward Taylor a Gardner 
12 Rob 1 Jarvis Brig Hau h from London 
M r Lisle 
M r John Nazro 
Rev M r Wheeler 
M r Jarvis a Joiner. 

John Smith Brig Betsey from Greenock 
Cap" W m Fulerton & 2 Sailors ") 
Cap" James Leith & 2 Ditto. [ Marriners 
Cap" Hen* Trail ) 

M r Arch d Willson a Merch' 



304 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

James Ure a Shoemaker 
May 1(3 Samuel Blin Sloop Diana from Connecticut 

John Bell a Marriner. 

Winsor Eager Sloop Peggy from Nova Scotia 
George Wood a Doctor 

Thomas Dixson an Officer in Coll Gorehams Comp y 
John Howard a Farmer his Wife & 4 Children 
John Crawford a " " " "" " 
Mathew Fowler a " " " "6 " 
W m M c Clentick & James Gurley Farmers 
Lucy Danks Wife to Mr Danks at Cumberland. 
21 Rob. Calef Ship London Pack 4 from London 
Joshua Loring Esq 
Rev' 1 Mr Oakeum 

23 Rob* Adamson Ship Two Brothers from Surrinam 

M r M c Neal a Gen m his Wife & 2 Children 
John Goodwin Sloop Charm g Molly from Connecticut 
M r Mitchell a Schoolmaster & his Wife 

24 Joseph Rolch Brig Squirrell from London 

Cap' David Lindsey 
26 Laz 8 Cobb Brig Moll}' from Guadalop 

M r W m xjiiey a Merch'. 
28 John Dunn Ship Glasgow from Greenock 

M r . Arch d Bowman 

John Gray Adam Beg 

James Ford Sloop Nancy from Hallifax 

names not given > Frenchmen 

28 W m Brown Snow Betsey from Hallifax 

Betsey Lawler a Child belonging to Hallifax 
Thorn 8 Gray a Clerk to M r Belcher. 

31 Tim' h Parker Sloop Three Friends from Philadelphia 
M r Alex r Hill jun a Merchant his Wife & Serv'. 
M r Hanaway a Carp'. 
Sam Perkins Snow Neptune from Liverpool 

Cap James Boyd & Jno Mackay Marriners 
June 1 Daniel Corning Sloop Brittania from Connecticut 
M r Gillson a Marriner 
M r Benj a Grissell a Cooper. 
Hector Orr Snow Jeany from Glasgow 
M r David Gray 1 
M r Donald Munroe -Merch ts . 
M r John Munroe ) 

Cap George Smith George Stuff ") 

James Parker John Gumming 

John Hyndman David Hall J- Marriners 

Rob' McFarlan W m Tuil 

Thomas Smith Will m Smith a Boy J 

Mathew Eimsburner a Farmer & his Wife 
David Staff [ ?] Finley Cameron 

James Sterett John Semple 

James Hall Ship Diana from London 



I Weavers 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 305 

M r Gilchrist a Officer going to Quebec 
M r . Lee M r Frasar ) 

George & David Penman j 

M r Demise n a Gen n 
M r Eagleson a Clergyman 
Cap Shippanl Cap Main ) M : 

Cap 1 Casneau Cap Ross } * 

M r McDaniel 

June 7 Howard Jacobson Ship Boscawen from London 
M rs Hutton Wife to one of the Comm 
her Child & two Servts 
M rs Hutton her Sister 
M r . William Blair a Merch 4 
M r James Burrow Cornpf at Hallifax 
M r . James Bradford his Wife & one Child & Servt. 
James Harrop a Lad to the care of M r Tho 9 Russell 

7 Robert Kinuidy Snow Boston Packet from Bristoll 

Cap' Martin 

8 Sam Demming Sloop Phenix [from] Connecticut 

M" Hillman Wife to Cap n Hillman Marriner 
John Dean Brig 1 Ann Penney from Jamaica 

Mr Tim y Penney His Wife & 1 Child 
Sam Adarson Sloop Eagle from Connecticut 

3 Frenchmen their Wives & 3 Children bound to 

Quebec. 

9 Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N. York 

Cap" Boyde ) ,, 

M'JnMallone[ MarnnerS 

M r Griggs a Farmer 

M re Sarah Tucker a Widow 

John Finley a Lad to the care of M r Blair 
Alex r M c Lean Snow Concord from St. Christopheis 

M r Patrick Dupee a Merch' 
Tho 8 Frazar Sloop Betsey from North Carolina 

M r John Elott a School- master 
16 Mark Clark Sloop Sukey from N. Carrolina 

Catharine Way a Serv' to M r Tho 8 Jackson 
18 Josiah Goreham Sloop America from Philadelphia 

M. M c Kennedy 

M Cample Widow 

Patrick Han a Trader 

Abrah 1 " Pearly from New Jersey 
21 John Henderson Ship Duke of Cumberland from Bar- 

badose 

Cap 1 John Lee 

Cap' Allison 
27 Jon th Harvey Jun r Sloop Earl of Bute from St. Thomas 

Cap Smallidge ) , T 

Cap' Nash ' } Marriners 
July 1 Abrah Bartlett Snow Industry from Monti Christ! 

M r M c Daniel a Merch' 

Capt Jellings 



306 CITY DOCUMENT Xo. 100. 

July 4 James Brown Sloop Eliza from Dominica 

M r Ezek Lewis Jun a Merch' 
5 Eben r . Wales Scoon r Suss h from Hallifax 

Simon Giffeu a Tanner 

Edward Ellsworth a Shoemaker 

M" Bucker Wife to a Merch 1 at Hallifax 
9 Nehem a Ingersol Brig Maryland Packet from Jamaica 

M r John Miller a Merch 1 . 

11 George Darricot Brig Nancy from Granado 

Cap' Joseph Adams a Marriner 
Alex Landale Sloop Sally from Granado 
M r Coppell a Merch' 

12 W m Johnston Scoon r Lucy from Nevis 

Cap* Long a Marriner 
David Wier Scoon r Rainbow from Quebec 

M r Peter Fanieuel a Mercht. 
Tiin th Parker Sloop Three Friends from Philadelphia 

M r W m Compton a Mercht. 

20 Sam 1 Adarton Sloop Eagle from Connecticut 
M r Tar box a Farmer 
John Waterman Serv* to Cap' Waterman 
Saml 1 Rockwell Sloop Charm g . Molly from Con. 

necticut 

Capt. Joseph a Frenchman 
27 James Dickey Sloop Sally from Annapolis 
Anthony Burk ) F 

-w- /"I I *- ** * 1 * J CIO* 

James Carney j 

29 Prince Goreham Sloop Desire from Virginia 
Cap 1 Joseph Tucker Marriner. 
M r Cummings a Staymaker 

Aug 1 Nehem a Somes Sloop Ranger from Hallifax 
M r Irwen a Professor of Musick 

2 Edm d Morton Sloop Nancy from St Croix. 

M r Hutchinson a Carp 1 
M r Eastman a Cooper. 

3 Robt Gray Scoon r Hopewell from So Carrolina 

W m Randall Esq. 

10 Daniel Tuttle Sloop Industry from Georgia & Connec- 
ticut 

M r W m Belcher a Merch 1 
M r W m Jones & M r Goulding Planters 
15 John Saunders Sloop Sally from Granada 
Rich d Wagley a Mason & his Wife 
W ra M c Cartey a Marriner. 
Jehabo Whitmore Sloop Mary from Connecticut 

M r Fenner a Taylor & his Wife 
Joseph Emerson Sloop Hawk from So Carrolina 
M r Stillman a Shopkeeper 
Sam Scottow a Barber 
M rs Cambrige wife to a Clothier 
Cap 1 Wormell a Marriner. M r Gary 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 307 

Aug 15 John Gushing Sloop Dolphin from N. Carrolina 

M r Fra 8 Newby a Trader 
16 Rob Ball Sloop Sally from N. F. Land 
Cap Patten & 4 Sailors 
Cap Sheldon & 4 Ditto 
Sam Haynes Scoon r Betsey from Quebec 
Cap Benj a Torrey 
M r Larey a Labourer. 
18 James Ford Sloop Nancy from Hallifax 

M r And w Wallis M r Charles Hill. ) T , 
M r Philip Tidmarsh ) A 

M r Church a Cooper 
M Eliz Letter Wife to a Painter 
Daniel Turner Scoou r Hampton from N. F. Land 

Mich White a Marriner 

Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N. York 
M rs Shaw Wife to a Marriner at New York 

24 Arnold Smith Scoon r Industry from St Thomas 

Stephen Harrod a Marriner & his Wife* 

25 Eben r Wales Scoon r Suss h from Hallifax 

M r Charles Procter a Merch'. 
Hector MNeil Sloop Swallow from Quebec 
Benj Bennoi his Wife & 2 Children ~\ ^ , 
Mich Dugas, Edm d Dugas y Neutrals 

John Dugas, Peter Daufatt ) 

26 - Joshua Hall Sloop Ranger from N. Carrolina 

Cap' Fuller a Marriner. 
Benj Randal, Blacksmith 
Jehab d Simpson, Joiner. 

27 W m Lowther Sloop St Andrew from N. Carrolina 

M r David King a Mercht 
29 Walley Adams Sloop Gull from Connecticut 

Mary Ridley a Widow 
Hugh Morris Snow Catherine from Glasgow 

M r John M c Master ) , r , . 
TTT T f 11 f Merchts 

M James tails } 

Alex Crouckshanks a Goldsmith. 

Will m Latta a Joiner 

Sallie M c Cartie went from Boston. 
Sept 9 Eleaz Callender Sloop Dobbs from N. Carrolina 

M r Sam 1 Ash a Gen m 
Abner Stocking Sloop Windsor from Connecticut 

M r Tho 8 Moseley a Physician 
W m Robertson Ship Three Friends from Granada 

John Melveill Esq his Wife & two Servt 8 . 
13 David M c Leod Sloop Ann from Hispaniola 

M r Peter Debadie a Gen ra 
Sam Haynes Scoon r Suss h from St Croix 

M r John Fletcher ) Mprf>ht8 

M r Alex Gray [ fl 
Martin Cox Ship Weatherell from St Kitts 



308 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



a Mereh ts 
Sept 19 James Angus Sloop Policy from Windsor 

M r " Jane Brooks Wife to a Farmer & 7 Children 

Miss Rachel Long 

W m Collen a Lad for Education. 
James Bruce Ship Suckey from London 

Cap" Titus Salter, Cap n Jno. Showers, Cap" W E 

Ducket Marriners 
James Scott Brig Lydia from London 

M r Rich d Shuchburgh a Gen m 

M r James Stewart & Lady 

Thankfull Hawes 

Thomas Desson. 
23 W m Deverson Ship Brittania from London 

M r Rob Bryand a Gen m 

M r John Hambleton a Weaver & his Wife 

M r Simon Stewart a Millwright & two Children. 
Tim th Parker Sloop Three Friends from Philadelphia 

M r James Hall a Merch 1 

M r John Sibbell a Marriner 
28 George Mitchell Scoou r Molly from Annapolis 

G. Richeson a Farmer 

William Wigger a Shoemaker 

Jean Spurr, her Husband at Annapolis 

Rebecca Kent a Spinster 
30 Giles Hall jun Sloop Eliz th from Connect 1 

Benj" Henshaw a Lad 
Will" 1 Barber Brig Fair Lady from Hannago 

M r Merrett a Mercht. 
Thorn 8 Davis Ship Thomas from London 

The Rev M. Biles M r " Jackson & Son. 
Oct 4 Nehem h Somes Sloop Ranger from Hallifax 

M rs Secomb Wife to the Rev" M r Secomb 

M" Blackdon a widow 

Widow name unknown & Her son 

M" Juhan Wife to a Musick Master & 3 Children 
George Russell Ship Lovely Betsey from Dominica 

Doc' MKensey. 
13 W ra Malcum Sloop Seaflower from Piscatiqua 

Cap Alex r Willson his Wife & Child 
15 Eliplialet Smith Scoon r Sally from Connecticut 

M r MAlpin a Merch* 
Doan Snow Sloop Betsey from Philadelphia 

M r Nath Porter a Gen ra 

Mark Ferren M r Webster Marriners 
Step" Jenkins Brig Friendship from London 

Cap Supply Clap Cap Peter Cowes 

M r W m Collest a Gen m 
Edward Tyler Ship Mayler from Bristoll 

John Chad a Clothier 

Hen y Smith a Farmer 

Redman Kelling a Trader 



f Sergeants 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 309 

Oct 21 W ra Oliver Ship Deep Bay from St Kitts 
M r Edward Jones a Gen m 
M r John Rand a Mercht. 

23 James Ford Sloop Nancy from Hallifax 

M Wootton Wife to the Inspector & 2 Children 
Mess Wallis & Hill Traders. 

24 Eben r "Wales Scoon r Suss a from Hallifax 

The Rev M r Palmer His Wife & 3 Children with 
two Serv' Maids. 

M r James Burroughs Comp r at Hallifax 

M rs Reynolds of Hallifax 

Eliz th Clewly of Roxbury & Her cousin Eliz th 

M r Woodbury a Farmer 

M r Trail & M r Bodie Carpenters. 
Sam Black Sloop Sencua from Hallifax 

W m Scott a Brewer George Bergman a Baker 

M rs Cleas & one Child M" M c Lean & ) , Tr . 
Child 

M".ClevinM rs Ervin 

M r " Hull & Child M" Clark Wives to Corporals 

Mary Cannon & 2 Children M Jones ~) Wives 

M" Gillcress & Child M" Follen & Child to 

M Stringer & Child Jane Brown j Soldiers 

M Dark Wife to an Officer & 2 Children 
27 James M c Ewen Brig Grizel from London 

M r James Silkreg a Merch 1 

M r Church a Ditto and his Serv* 

M r Elbert a Ditto 

Cap' Price & Servt. ~\ 

Cap 1 Gushing > Marriners 

Cap 1 Deael ) 

Cap 1 Burnet & his Wife 

George Dasris a Carp r 
29 John White Ship John from London 

M r Samuel Gibbs a Gent m & his Lady 

M r James Cook a Trader 
31 Aaron Purbeck Sloop Lydia from Louisburgh 

James Sheaff & Hen y Mon Marriners 
2 W m Church Sloop Unity from Philadelphia 

M r W ra Wittington & his Wife. 
Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N York 

M r Rob* Moor a Commissary to the Troops 

M r John Ramage a Gen m 
Abrah m Vanbiber Schoon r Salley from Maryland 

M r Tho 8 Jones a Trader 

10 Nath 1 Stones Sloop Molley from Philadelphia 

M r Jos h Jemmison Farmer 

EUs.ha Turner Schoon r Dolphen from New F d . Land 
Cap" Nath Curtis M r Jam 8 Foss Marriners 

11 John Ranton JSchoon r Betsey from Hallifax 

Felix M c Meau Trader 



310 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Jucla M c Mean "j 

Seri^Tcock SoldiersWi.es 
Margret Morse J 
Patrick Toben Trader 

Nov 14 Abrah m Brown Brig Squid from New F. Land 
John Terrey, John Tracy, 
Nich" Whealan, Mich 1 Conner 
Mich 1 Colman, Dan 1 Connel 
Edmund Maugher, Tho" Goody 



Mich 1 Collins, Patrick Hamman 



Fishermen 



William Kemple, Jam 8 Hammons 

W m Hascock, Will" 1 Buckley 

Walter Flaneu, James Magee 

Samuel Johnson. 
Benajah Collins Scoon r Endeavour from Liverpool 

Robt Stevenson, Dan 1 Torrey "I, , 

Tim y Burback, James Cone j 
James Angus Sloop Policy from Nova Scotia 

W m Willson, Edward Brocks, Farmers 

Eliz th Willson, Rachel Huckings ) Farmers 

Christopher Stevens, Mary M c Knit ) Wives 
15 Josiah Gorham Sloop America from Philadelphia 

Doct John Sparrowhawk. 

21 William Moroney Schoon 1 Two Friends from New 
F d . Land 

Thorn 8 Wallace Dennis Kain, Fishermen 
Daniel Turner Schoon Hampton N. F. Land 

Edward Russell John Westlake ^ 

Edw d M c Carty Jam 3 Dunken 

Edw d Welsh Jam 8 Hickey } Fishermen 

Edw d Linch Terence McCarty | 

Jam 8 Deane Thorn 8 . Jorden J 

James Arnold Schoon' Ann from New F. Laud 

List not given in. 
28 John Dunn Ship Glasgow from Glasgow 

M r Hugh Henderson a Trader 
Dec Sam Dashwood Brig Deep Bay from London 

Cap' M c Neil & Capt Lavender 
Rob. Jarvis Brig Han h from London 

M r Symmons a Silk dyer & Wife 

Cap' Haslop & Cap' Clark. 
3 Dan Ketchum Sloop Swallow from N. F. Land 

Capt Elnathan Jones & six Sailors 

Capt Palfrey Collins & 4 Sailors 

M r . Sam 1 Casten a Mercht. 
5 Stevens Atwood Sloop Defiance from Hallifax 

Daniel Hovey, John Follitt ) Af 

Jessee Howard, W m Herrington j * 

Mary Tyle Wife to Joseph Tyle a Fisherman 

Abigail Loyde Wife to Simon Loyde a Soldier in the 
29 th Regt. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 311 

Eliz. Chambers Wife to Jn Chambers of the Train 
Jane Eglon Wife to Joshua Egleu of the Train 
Sarah Slatter Wife to W m Slatter of the Train & two 

Children. 

Dec 5 David Wier Scoon Rainbow from Quebec 
John Burk Juo Hooper ) ^ ., 
Benj. Hooper M. Menth J & 
W" 1 Sweetser Sloop Han u from Philadelphia 
M r Canutt a Merch' 
M r Brown a Young Lad 
M Price a Widow belonging to Casco Bay & her 

Daughter 

Josiah Rogers Sloop Bideford from Philadelp a 
M r All a Taylor. 

10 George Hardwick Brig Friends Adventure from Dublin 

M r Edward Baily Ensign. 
Jn Greely Scoon r Leopard from Hallifax 
M r Millett a Farmer & his Wife 
M r Thomas Lapa a Brewer 
Phillip Pisant, Dan Hogan ) Laboum . 8 
John Madock. j 

M rs Clark Wife to a Labourer at Dedham. 

11 Nehemiah Somes Sloop Ranger from Hallifax 

M r . John Lee a Merch'. 

M rs Betsey Cream & her Maid. ) . 

M" Han* Lunt . j Spinsters 

M rs Boyer & three Children 
13 Richard Mott Scoon r Molly from Nova Scotia. 

Hez h King Jno Bent. } Farmers 

Ezek 1 Gardner } * 

M r Hughs a Soldier 

M Cattom Wife to Cap' Cattom 

John & Fanny Richardson Children of 

M r " Hyde now at Cambridge 
Isaac Phillips Scoon r Hawk from N. F. Land. 

John Duufee James Nowland \c--i 

James Mahane John Dad. j 

15 Hector M c Neil Sloop Swallow from Quebec 

Capt Watt, Jno White I MarrinerB 

i * i , * |' ' A illlilivIO 

John Burroughs, ) 

Mathew Gambett Tobacconist 

John Thompson a Survey' 

James Keith a Baker. 
26 John Esterbrooks Scoon r Katy from Fal mouth 

And w Fletcher a Marriner 
Phillip Burgin Sloop Lady Moor from N. York 

John Dehany a Barber 
Alex r Sweeny Scoon Betsy & John from Hallifax 

M r Ness Ensign of the 14 th Regiment. 

M r Dalton serg 1 M r Yeats a Ditto 

M r Kinney & Murphy Corporals 



312 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Willson 
Killson 
Eagles 
Thompson 
Old Field 
Donagher 
Stutts 
D unbar 
Grant 
Stevenson 


Fanner 
Bridges 
Hines 
Sterns 
Jepson 
Clark 
Sarkey 
Thomas 
Somervel 
Hengwood. 


Yeats 
Hibbard 
Addsson 
Collens 
Comners 
Cainmeron 
Marchan 
Carty 
Tyson 
Walker 



Soldiers 



M r Deed & M r Cormack. 



Marshom 

Mardson 

Witherby 

Hollis 

Davis 



1 



M r 



M r 



Mattax 

Kendrick j . ,, 
Westmorland V , ,. 
Ward [Soldiers 

Carlen 

M ra Hallman & Twenty Women 
with Ten Children. 

1769. 

Jan 16 Joseph Collins Sloop Defiance from Halifax 
Eleakin Ross Peter Glinden ) rp . , 
And w Wallis Moses Hart j L 
John Larkin Jno Wootle Farmers 
20 Thorn 8 Rogers Sloop Polly from Hallifax 
M r Peter M c Knap a Shoemaker 
his Wife two Children & 4 Servants. 
M r James New a Ditto his Wife & 6 Children 

Davededs ) ^ , lm , , . r,,., , , , . 

Sam Armott f Gentl m belonging to Philadelphia 

Sam Hasen a Trader 
M r Truleveo a Merch 4 . 
M r D. Wolfe of Connecticut 
M r Paget a Watchmaker 
Mich Toben Thomas Walen | ^ 
James Flin. } * 

1 7 James Scott Ship Boston Packett from London 
Capt Jno Langdon, Capt Nath 1 Sherburn 
Cap 1 Tho 8 Hart 

Feb 22 Sam. Pepper Sloop Speedwell from Hallifax 
M r White & M r James Holeborn Merchts 
M r John White a Trader 
M r George Hewes a Butcher & his Son 
M r Carter Gen m 
M r Giffen, Dan Amesburv ) ^ 
JohnHuet ^Farmers 

M Marston Wife to Mr Marston of Hallifax & four 

Children 

M r Samuel Morris a Survey r 
Johan a Whitcomb a Spinster 
Thomas Hulme Ship John Galley from London 
M r John Bell a Merch*. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 313 

24 John Gray Brig John from Liverpool 

Cap' Green a Marriner. 

Mar 9 Phillip Con way Sloop Nancy from Georgia 
Capt John Snilling 

Alex Inglish Brig Betsey from Turks Island. 
Capt Rouse a Marriner 

13 John Munro Sloop Lady Moore from N. York 

M r Tim th Seandal 

M Eleanor Bradley Wife to a Shoemaker 

16 Sam 1 Snow Sloop Salley from N. Carroliua 
M r Rob 4 Duncan a Mercht 
Cap 1 George Cornell 

20 Mark Clark Sloop Sukey from N. Carrolina 

Capt Nath Blynn 

Elijah D}*er Scoon r Rebecca from Maryland 
M r James Smith a Gen n 

23 James Dunning Sloop Cynthia from Hallifax 
M r John Savage a Trader 
Robt Mercier Arch d Phiney ) Soldiers in 
Math w Cole man j the 64 th Reg'. 

28 Stephen Atwood Sloop Nancy from Hallifax 
M r John Avery a Mercht 
Joseph Slowman Walter Brenock ) ^ , 
Mich Brown } Traders 

John Maud Taylor 

W" Clinston a Drum Major of the 29 th Regt. 
M" Willouby Wife to Ensign Willouby 
M Swiney Wife to Cap Alex Swiney a Marriner 
April 1 Thorn 8 Elsbre Sloop Ranger from R. Island 
Cap 1 Thorn 9 Langdon 

4 W m Waters Sloop Sea Gull from Maryland 

M r John Witherhead a Merch'. 

5 Moses Peirce Sloop Dispatch from Connecticut 

John Warner Jackson a Marriner 
Josiah Goreham Sloop America from Philadelphia 
M r Jon th Phillips a Mercht & his Wife 
M rs Crane a Widow 

10 Joseph Hudson Sloop Dolphin from N. Carrolina 

M r Benj" Parmele a Mercht. 
John Johnson Sloop Lydia from R. Island 
Nathan Miller a Lad for the Printing business 

11 Isaac Caznean Sloop Betsey from London 

Capt Edw d Stone a Marriner, 

14 John Waterman Sloop Deborah from Philadelphia 

M rs Hensey Wife to a Fisherman 
that Lives at Newbury Port. 
John Skimmer Brig Nancy from Bristoll 

Capt James Hovey & Alex Hodgson Marriners 
John Raman a Farmer 
18 John Briant Brig Wolf from London 
M r Walter Barrell a Mercht. 
Capt Charles Ackworth. 



314 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

April 19 Samuel Sweet Sloop Diamond from Philadelphia 

M r William Harris a Mercht. 
Robt Calf Ship London Pack 1 from Philadelphia 
M r John Russell Spence & Lady 
Capt Hen y Oman 
Lieut Sinhouse belonging to the Romney. 

21 James Trad well Scoon r Sally from Connecticut 

M r Willson a Caulker 

Oliver Johannett a Lad 

M re Penniman a Widow 
25 Zorobabel Slater Sloop Batchelor from Philadelphia 

M r Donerun a Gen m & his Wife 
Eben r Goreham Sloop Molley from Georgia 

Capt Isaac M c Daniel 
1 Sam 1 Laha Sloop Success from Hallifax. 

M r Tho 8 Boutineati & M r John Hunt Merch t9 

M r Sam 1 Morris a Gentlm. Rev d M r W m Moor 

M r Tho 8 Marston a Boat Builder 

M r John Torrey a Baker 

Rich d Wood a Marriner 

M Peggy Tarlaven Wife to Charles Tarlaven at 

Hallifax 
Jam 8 Moody Ship Nancy from Glasgo. 

M r Hugh Gallaway Mercht. 

M r John Cambell a Ditto 

M r And w Limeburner a Farmer 
Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N. York 

M r Mattin 

W m Hurl 

Hannah Dwier 
10 Daniel Olds Scoonr Polly from Connecticut 

M r Richardson a Potter 
12 Edm d Morton Jun Scoon r Dove from N. Carrolina 

M r Jacob Shippard a Mercht 

M r John Pay son a Farmer 
16 John Smith Sloop Purchase from Connecticut 

M r Brodwell, M r Cook ) Farmers going to 

M r Cooper, M r Honefield ) Nova Scotia. 

22 Josiah Goreham Sloop America from Philadelphia 

M rs Bray Wife to M r Bray of Philadelphia & her 

Daughter 

Uriah Oakes Sloop Phenix from St. Augustine 
M r . Davidson a Merch' 

23 Daniel Messervey Scoonr Molly from Jersey 

M r Stevens Dtimersq 

Capt Joseph Luce a Marriner 

John Barton a Farmer 

George Caul a Weaver 

W m Le Bourden Cha 8 Le Bourdon 

John Le Grand Amice Grandin 

Eliz. Grandin. 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 



315 



Tho. Bingham 
John Dumersq 
Amice Grandin 
Phillip Gruchy 
George Hamraon 
John Gallikan 
W ra Le Roy 
Elias Watton 
Jos Carell 
Cha 8 Le Masservier 
Jo Pervier 
Ph. De St Croix 
Jane Fontenay 
Judith Le Roy 



All Servants 



Joseph Boucher^ 
Cha. Colcombe 
Dan Bessin 
Clem 1 Gunnll 
Ph. Grautt 
John Bourbonel 
Jas Le Roy 
John Blovel 
Pet. Pinel 
Jo Jenne 
P. Penny 
Fra. Le Roy 
Magdalain Wie 
Ann Scobal 

Sam 1 Chase Ship Will" 1 from South Carrolina 
M r Mitchel a Farmer 
Abigail Ernes a Spinster 

27 Ichabod Stoddard Scoon Barsheba from Annapolis 
M r John Smith a Farmer his Wife & two Children 
M r Forsett a Shoemaker his Wife & one Child 
M r Tim th Richerson a Shoemaker his Wife & three 

Children 

June 1 James Burtin Sloop Jolly Sailor from Nova Scotia 
Gershom Leshon a Farmer 
Sarah Fowler Wife to a Farmer at Brantry 
Winsor Eager Scoon r Molly from Nova Scotia 
Heze h . Egerton a Farmer his Wife & 4 Children 
James Takels a Farmer 
Betty & Nancy Corbetts ) . 
Mary Takells j &pir 

2 John Snellinar Scoonr Two Friends from N. Fd Ld. 

M r Sam 1 Ware a Gen n 
Robert Lewis Sloop Ranger from R. Island 

Edward Hill a Barber. 
Sam Rockwell Sloop Charmg Molly from Connecticut 

Han h Blake a Spinster 
John Dunn Ship Glasgow from Greenock 
Lord M'Farlin & Son 
M r And w Johnston ) Mprohts 

M- T- i ri r j-MvLCLlLo. 

r Rob Servise ) 

10 James Hall Brig Paoli from London 

Doc 1 Jeffeirs 

Capt Edin d Wendell 

M r Peter Vestaly a Merch 1 

R ev M r John Clark 
12 Davis Hatch Sloop Betsey from Connecticut 

M r Caldwell & M r Hoskins Farmers. 
14 Nehem h Soames Scoon Massach ts No 92 from Hallifax 

M r Robt Blair & M r Jno Chipman Merchts. 

M r John Maud, Taylor his Wife & 4 Children 

M r Minot Taylor & Wife 

M rs Glinton Wife to the Drum Major 



ters 



316 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

M rs Loring a Widow woman 
M rs Foster & Child 
M rs Spring Wife to a Carp r 
M" Sloan Wife to a Soldier & 2 children 
A Lad to the care of M r8 Butler of Boston 
A Girl to the Care of M r Holton the Inspector 
Sam 1 Avary Sloop Windsor from Nova Scotia 
M r W ra Broodwell & M r Jno Cook Farmers 
Sam 1 Skinner a Marriner 
June 16 Robt Earle Sloop Betsey from Hallifax 

M Millwood Wife to a Blockmaker at Hallifax 
Joseph Chapman Sloop Molly from Philadelphia 

M r W Gourty a Mercht. 
19 Ezek Hatch Scoon Eliz from N. F Land 
Capt Wastcoat & two Sailors Marriners 

26 James H. Stevens Brig Abigail from Jamaica 

M r Patrick Briant a Labourer 
Step.. Atwood Sloop Nancy from Hallifax 
M r Hootton Inspector & his Servts 
M r Ansley a Collector at Quebec 
M r Bent [ ?] a Mercht 
M" Pike Wife to Mr Pike at Hallifax 

27 Joseph Goodwin Scoon r Johan a from N. Providence 

A Man & his Wife Servts to Gov r Shirley 
Peter Boyd Sloop Polly from Connecticut 

Peter Vejostru [ ?] a Weaver 
Mark Clark Scoon r Defiance from N. Providence 

M r Eben r Love a Merch* 

July 3 Sam 1 Waters Scoon r Benj a from Cape Nicola 
M r Martin a Mercht. 

5 Sam Laha Sloop Ranger from Hallifax 

M" Newall & her Child of Hallifax 

6 Paschal N. Smith Sloop Speedwell from N York. 

The Rev M r James Greaton his Wife & Son 

Major Robert Rogers & Servt. 

Leiut W m Peirce Royal Artilery 

Capt John Hilton 

Amos Breed a Shoemaker 

Elijah Peck a Lad 

Mary White & her Child. 
13 Nath Patten Brig. Dolphin from Jamaica 

M r Hen y Askins a Mercht 

M rs Cross a Sailor 
31 Daniel Howes Scoon r Sally from Annapolis 

John Henderson Esq a Merch* & two Servts 
Aug 1 Howard Jacobson Ship Boscawen from London 

John Fisher Esq Collector of the Port at Salem & 
his two Servts 

John Sober Esq his Lady, three Children & 4 Sevts 

Cap Sam Lessely & M r Sam Gordon a Trader 
Elijah Luce Sloop Molly from Philadelp*. 

Capt John Hickling & his Mate 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 317 

M Han h Grace Wife to a Seaman at Philadelphia 
Rob 1 Jarvis Brig Hannah from London 
M r Ward Hallowell a Mercht. 
M r Tompson a Brasier his Wife & 2 Children 
M r Eggleston a Gen m 



a Cabbinett Maker 



David Stover Sloop Seaflower from Piscatiqua. 

M re Gerrish a Spinster 
Aug 4 Paul Junkins Scoonr Fox from Quebec 

Jotham Gay Esq r 

M r Thorn 3 Payson a Mercht & his Child 

Mary Malcom Wife to Jn Malcom & 3 Children 

five French Neutrals. 

7 Nehfitn h Somes Scoon r Massachusetts Ninety two from 
Hallifax 

Capt Isaac Foster.. 

M r Benj Kurd a Silver Smith 

M rs Weal [or Wiat] ? a Widow 

Benj a Goulsby a Trader 

M r Smith 

Jacob Hipper a Taylor & his Wife 

M r Ross a Farmer 

John Walker a Coachman 
Abner Stocking Sloop Windsor from Connecticut 

M Willson Wife to M r Willson a Waiter. 
James Robert Scoon r Betsey from N. Carrolina 

Sam Cornall Esq a Merch' his Wife & two Daughters 

Marty n Howard Esq his Daughter & Servts 

Eliz th Diamond a Spinster 
Joseph Hurd Sloop Dolphin from Connecticut 

M r Peirce a Sail Maker 

Francis Appleton a Lad 

M r Simpson 
10 Robert Croell Sloop Jerusalem from Nova Scotia 

W m Scott & Isaac Farrar Farmers. 

M r Miller & M r Smith 

Thorn 8 Faulinton a Farmer 

M" Camp a Widow & Daughter 

M Blanchard belonging to Nova Scotia. 
14 Josiah Goreham Sloop America from Philadelphia 

John Keats a Marriner 

Catherine Alexander wife to Thomas Alexander of 
Boston 

Abigail Brown a Spinster 
Windsor Eager Scoonr Molly from Annapolis 

14 Soldiers belonging to the 29 th Reg'. 

JAMES RUSSELL 
RICHARD RUSSELL- 

Commissioners. 



318 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Catalogue of Scholars at the South Writing School, the last 
Visitation Viz' 1768. 



Francis Johonnot 
Christo r Hatch 
John Wing 
Tho 9 M'Cluer 
John Craigie 
John Rice 
John Mellege 
Sam 1 Jefferds 
Will" 1 Loring 
Isaac Clark 
Josiah Bradlee 
Joseph Cotton 
Moses Burdick 
Joseph Doggett 
Jacob Johnston 
Tho 9 Crosby 
Edward Rice 
Sam 1 Phillips 
Tho 8 Moody 
Tho 9 Gear * 
Rob 1 Tillek 
George Johonnot 
Sam 1 Bass 
Isaac Whitemore 
Robert Lawson 
Samuel Chapman 
Eph m Fenno 
Nath 1 Phillips 
James Buckley 
Robert Ball 
John Steward 
John Clark 
Christ Clark 
Jos h Foster 
James Healy 
W" Tuckerman 
W 1U Harris 
Josiah Richardson 
John Franksford 
Benj a Moore 
Tho" Rice 
John Cowdrey 
Remember Preston 
John Bell 
John Geyer 
Ja 8 Dillaway 
Ones 6 Tileston 
Sam 1 Doggett 
John Potter 
Benj" Roach 



Sam 1 : Emmons 
Abiah Holbrook 
John Brown 
John M c Kowu 
Jos h : Loring 
Isaac Wendell 
John Gair 
Sam 1 : Cooper 
Jn Cooper 
Tho 9 Allen 
Sam 1 Fenno 
W ra Adams 
Tho 8 Jones 
George Wallis 
Tho 8 Adams 
Tho 9 Stevens 
Edw d Gray 
Daniel Johonnot 
John Holland 
Oliver Wiswall 
Tho 9 : Wiswall 
Stephen Gill 
Step h Parker 
Constant Freeman 
Tho 9 Wallcut 
Dan 1 : Sears 
Benj a Parker 
W m Scollay 
W m Knox * 
Jo h Toler 
John Brown 
Tho 9 Levering 
Ransford Brown 
Samuel Paine 
Daniel Brown 
Josiah Crosby 
W m Coffin 
Aaron Burbeck 
Henry Ameil 
James Mayes 
Sam 1 . Blodgett 
Shute Baker 
Benj a Pierpoint 
W m Bazin 
Jon a Sargent 
Gershom Spear 
Peter Crammer 
Bryant Stevens 
Christ Crammer 
Eph ra Perry 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 



319 



Wildair Perry 
Nath 1 Henchman 
Charles Harris 
Isaac Ridgway 
John Means 
Sam 1 Cherry 
John Nickels 
John Berry 
John Greenlaw 
Benj a Pratt 
Rich d Hunnewell 
Joshua Gray 
George Burroughs 
David Lawson 
Barnabas Otis 
Tho 8 Ridgway 
Jos h Rice 
W m Bird 
W m Doggett 
Chris Lher 
Tho 9 Cushing 
W m Gibbs 
Sam 1 Allen 
Benj a Wheeler 
Lewis Games 
Tho 8 Carnes 
Chris Franksford 
Asa Payson 
W m Darracot 
Jos h Hunter 
Joseph Eyars 
Andrew Cunningham 
George Teace 
Jacob Clough 
Tho 8 Hubbart 
Hardy Peirce 
Rich d Belcher 
John Hubbard 
John Prince 
Rob 1 Fairservice 
James Freeman 
Jos h Martin 
Jos h Watts 
Sam : Dashwood 
Benj a Jefferds 
Hengish Smith 
Tho". Holland 
Benj" Loring 
Cord Wing 
Sam 1 Coverly 



W m Stone 
W m Loriug 
John Bacon 
Ja 8 Bayard 
Sam 1 : "Clark 
Lucas Kelton 
Chris Walcutt 
John Adams 
Ja 8 Tucker 
Henry Trisket 
Rob 1 Morton 
John Phillips 
Step h Moody 
Jon a Robins 
Isaac Coffin 
John Gill 
W m Greenleaf 
Rob' M c Neill 
Henry White 
Peter Smith 
Joseph May 
Foster Swift 
W m Loring 
John Bois 
Johnson Jackson 
Nath 1 Proctor 
Jou a Hunnewell 
Tho 8 Brazier 
Jos h Loring 
Sam 1 Means 
Benj a Prince 
Eben r Armstrong 
W m Rice 
Daniel Bass 
Josioh Fessendan 
Tim Connor 
John Hervey 
Tho 8 Phillips 
Nath 1 Spear 
Isaac Decoster 
Jere h Belknap 
Sam 1 Bass 
NatV Cowdrey 
Tim Odin 
Tho 8 Randal 
Henry Franksford 
John Parker 
Isaiah Audebert 
Edmund Quincy 
W m Maxwell 



320 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



The List of Covys in the town of Boston taken by "William 
M c fadden Hay ward [April 13. 1774]. 



Mr Joseph Hovy . 1 

Amiseed Davis 1 

Benjamin Cobb 1 

John Lucas 1 

John Martin 1 

Mr Jennings 1 

Joseph Dorr 1 

Daniel Scott 1 

Richard Gridley 1 

Thomas Speer 1 

Charles Simpson 1 

William Plimpton 1 

Thomas Nolen 2 

Aaron May 1 

Nathaniel Wales 1 

John Bryant 1 

James Heily 1 

Eiward King 1 

William Powels 1 

Widow Green 1 

Mr Demerick 1 

Idoina Padock 1 

Samuel Ballard 1 

Joseph Linsby 8 

Mr John Hancock Esq 1 

M r Coakly 1 

Mr Farmer 5 

Mr William Phillips 1 

Mr Sherben 1 

Daniel Hubbard 1 

M r Oliver Wendol 1 

John Joy 1 

Jos h Bracket 2 

Samuel Sullon 1 

John Smith 1 

Benjamin Bass 1 

Joseph Eliot 6 

William Heastings 1 

William Lowder 1 

Mr William Vassell Esq 1 

Doctor Loyd 1 

Jobe Prince 1 

Edward Karnes 1 

Samuel Alen Otis 1 

Isaac Pierce 2 

Isaac Phillips 1 

John Homer 1 

Samuel Ames 1 

Isaac Weymoth 1 

David Salmon 1 

Michael Bell 1 



Joseph Ridgway 

Richard Litchmore 

Mr Thimotlry Newel 

Samuel Breck 

Joseph Kalender 

John Bacon 

Eliger Vinel 

Peter Roberts 

John Coffin 

Deacon Hill 

Thomas Rice [?] 

Widow Hatch 

Samuel Adams 

William Fisher 

Thomas Dawes 

Simon Eliot 

Edward Tanger [?] 

Benjamin Salter 

Nathaniel Waterman 

Jacob Williams 

Stephen Hall 

Jacob Homer 

Benjamin Phillips 

Samuel Paine 

Thomas Clements 

William McNeil 

Joseph Lowder 

Nathaniel Green 

Nathaniel Apleton 

James Lamb 

Samuel Prichet 

Nathan Frazier 

Michael Homer 

Mr Newel Cooper 

Ben Ustis 

Doctor Young 

Doctor Warren 

Charles Perrin 

Joseph Hall 

Andrew Wels 

Widow Noble 

Ben Andrews 

Thimothy Conner 

Mr Froback 

Mr Jackson 

Joseph Gandal 

Bengamin Holmes 

Mr Hauuaway 

Mrs Hanah Dimond 

Mr Greenough Sail Maker 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 



321 



Moses Tyler Ship Carpenter 
Francis Richey 
John Lansrdon 



1 Thomas Newel 

2 Mr Box Tape maker 
2 Mr. John Lowe Esq 



[1775.] 



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The Arms belonging to Ward No 6 are in the hands of the 
following persons. 

Samuel Poor ^ 

Andrew Townsend jun 
Jotham Leavitt 
Joseph Akely 
Isaac Peirce 
Jacob Eustis 
Sampson Mason 
Will m Abrahams 
Jeremiah Bumstead jun 
Micthel Lincoln 
Bassett Brintnall 
James Ridley 
Matthew Sunn 
Clement Vincent 
Thomas Bay ley 
Tho 8 Adams 
Will : Pook 
Will : Biscom 
Tho 8 S. Larkin 
Jeremiah Webb 
John Hickey 



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1775 
(April 24 






a 5 

03 GO 



A List of the Persons Names who lodge their Arms 



with the Selectmen pursuant to a Vote by them passed yesterday 
& also of the Number by each delivered.) 

Book of Names. 

[Endorsed] His Excellency General Gage 
W m Bowes 
Nath 1 Sheafe 
John Wheaton 
Geo : Brinley 
S. Clough 3 Blun : Buss 
10 p r Pistolls in a sq. Box 
John Young 1 G 

W m Coffin Tertius 2 G. 1 B 1 P 

John Richardson 
John Games Jun r 
John White 
Peter Roberts 
Doct r John Sprague 

John Ruddock 2 brass Blun : 2 Iron d 

John Ruddock 
John Ruddock 



1 pr P 
1 G 
7P 
2G 
1 G 
ditto 



2G 
1 G 
1 G 
2G 

1 G 7 Barrels 1 P 
1G 

2 brass Blun 

3 P 

15 G 3 B 



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322 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

David Fovell 1 G. B 1 

Eben r . Hay ward 1 G & B 1 

Sam : Hay ward 1 G & B 1 

Eben r Hayward 2 G 2 

Ja s Sherman 1 G 1 

John Skillins 1 G & B 1 

W m Crombie 1 G 1 

And : Johonno' 1 G 1 B 1 

John Gray Rope 1 G 1 B 1 

John Sumner 1 G 1 

Nat Gushing 1 G & B 1 

Ben : Greenwood 1 G 1 

Ben : Dolbeare 2 G 2 

And : Black 1 G 1 

John Young 1 G 1 

W m MC Neill 1 G l 

W m M Neill 1 G 1 

Jos Man 1 G 1 

Jn Greenleaf 2 G 2 

W ra Ballard 1 G 1 

Jos : Walker 1 G I. W 1 

John Johnson, Painter 1 G 1 p r P 3 

Jonas Clarke 1 G & B 1 

W m Googe 3 G 1 B 3 

Barthol : Kneeland 1 G 1 

Rich d . Call 1 G 1 P 2 

Eben : Bradley 1 G 1 

John Patten 2 G 1 B 2 

Hen : Allen 1 G 1 

P. Crammer 1 G 1 

Ed : Newell 1 G 1 

John Barber 1 G & B 1 

Jas. Tate 1 G 1 

Nath Allen 1 G & B 1 

W ra Patten 1 G & B 1 

Ja Stimpson 2 G 1 B 2 

Jon a Patten 1 G 1 

Hen : Jackson 1 G 1 B 1 

Jos : Jackson 1 G 1 B 1 

Ralph Hart 1 G 1 

Alexr r Edwards 3 G 2 B 5 

John Ledley 1 G 1 

John Thompson 1 G 1 

John Crawford 1 G 1 

W m Breed 2 G 1 B. 1 p r P 4 

W m Flagg 1 G 1 

M. Mortimer 1 G 1 

T. Jackson 1 Pr Arms 1 

Tho" Johnson 1 G 1 

Timo : Pike 1 G & B 1 

John Sweetser 1 G 1 

W m Mayer 1 G W. M. 1 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 323 

George Seal [ ?] G I. 1 G 1 

Ben : Burdick 1 G 1 

W ra Hendley 1 G 1 

John Moody 1 G 1 

Morris Keith 1 G 1 

Nicholas Tabb 2 G 2 

Tho : Sargent 1 G 1 

Ben Harrod 1 G 1 

Sam : Hancock 1 G 1 

John Winslow 1 G 1 

Cuthbert Inglesby 1 G 1 

John Furniss 1 G 1 

Dan 1 Barker 3 G 1 P 4 

John Rice 1 G 1 P 2 

Ed : Rice 1 G 1 B 1 

Dan : Calf 1 G. 1 B 1 

Tho 9 Adams 1 G 1 B 1 

John Amory 2 p r P 4 

John Savage p r P 2 

Billings & Parker 2 G 2 

I. Skilling 1 G & B 1 

R. Skilling 1 G 1 

John Gill 1 G 1 

Jas. Selkrig 1 G 1 

John Browne 1 G & B 1 

Nath 1 Fosdick 2 G 2 

Joshua Brackett 1 G 1 

Tho 8 Stevenson 1 G 1 

Joseph Bradbhaw 1 G 1 

John Rowe 2 G 2 

Pel r Johonno * 1 G 1 

Eben r Seaver 1 G & B 1 

John Houvin 1 G 1 

I. Ivers 1 G 2 Blun : Bus 3 

Josiah Torrey 2 G 1 B 2 

Abra. Adams 1 G 1 

Joseph Scott 2 G 2 

Tho 8 Spear 2 G 2 

Joshua Richardson 1 G 1 

Jas. Richardson 1 G 1 

Sam 1 Marsl 1 G 1 

Sol : Kneeland 2 G 2 

Joseph Edwards 2 G 2 

JohnPipon (?) 1 G 1 

Rob : Smallpeice 1 G & B 1 

John Champney 3 G 3 

Docf Jo 8 . Gardner 1 G 1 

Andrew Gardner 3 G 1 B 2 P. 5 

Rob : Jarvis 2 G 2 

B. Andrews p r . Double P 2 

W 1 " Breck 1 G & B 1 

W m Page 1 G 1 



324 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

Hen : White 1 P 1 

S. Nowell 1 G & B 1 

Anth y Stoddard 1 G 1 

W ra Lambert p r P i; 

Sam 1 Gore 2 G 2 

Tim Pearse 1 G 1 

B. Parrot 1 G 1 

I. Bender [?] 1 G 1 

Simeon Turner 1 G 1 

W ra Coffin 2 G 1 B 2 

John Tilley p r P 2 

John Child 1 G 1 

Nathan 1 Hancock 1 G & B 1 

W ra Thompson 1 G 1 

Job Bradford 1 G 1 

A. Wells 1 G 1 

Jer Gore 1 G 1 

D. Wing 2 G 2 

H. Capen 1 G & B 1 

Israel Loring. 1 G & B I A 1 

W m Davis 2 G 2 

Joseph Lowden 1 G 1 

W. Homer 1 G 1 

Paul Ingerfield 1 G & B 1 

Jon Abrahams 1 G 1 

John Ware 1 G & B 1 

S. Whitwell Jun r 1 G 1 

Jon a Chapman 1 G & B 1 

Edward Read 1 G 1 

Maj r N. Barber 1 G & B 1 

N & T. Cranch 4 G 4 

Steph Wales 1 G 1 

J. Popes 4 G 4 

Mich 1 Murray 1 G 1 

R. Robinson 1 G 1 

Ja" Lloyd 1 G 1 

Dan 1 Parks 1 G & B T A" 1 

N & T. Cranch No 3. 6 G 8 6 

John Williston Gun & B 1 

Joseph Edmands d 1 

H. Knox Gun only 1 

Benjam n Barnard 2 Guns & p r pistols 4 

Frederick Sterling 1 

W ra Crafts 1 Gun & B 1 

R d Floyd Gun 1 

John Trueman Gun 1 

Tho 8 Foster Gun & B 1 

Clem 1 Collins Gun & B 1 

John Webb G & B 1 

Jon a Davis Gun 1 

Jeremiah Smith Gun ID 1 

Calvin white Gun 1 



MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. 325 

Job Wheelwright 4 G 8 1 B 1 P 5 

John Gray 2 G & B 2 

Shubael Hewes 3 

W m Baker Jun G & B 1 

Robt Jenkins 1 G & B 1 

Nath 1 Brewer G 1 

N 1 Balch G only 1 

D 1 Martin G only 1 

H* Davison G 1 

W m Sloper G 1 

David Jones G 1 

Sam 1 Shed G 1 

T. Leaveritt G & B 1 

John Langdon 1 G & p r P 3 

Simon Elliot 2 G 2 

J. Mollineaux 2 2 

Da n Parker 1 G 1 

J. Greenleaf 1 G & B 1 

Jos Whittemore 1 G 1 

J. K. Smith 1 G 1 

J. Hoson G 1 

Abr : Ingersol 1 G & B 1 

W. Smith G & B 1 

W. Greenleaf G & P 2 

N. Greenough G & B 1 

Jos Russell 1 Gun 1 

Giles Alexander G & B 1 

J. Greeuleaf 2 G 2 

John Tufts 2 P 2 

W. Balls 1 G 1 

B. Eustis G & B 1 

W. Davis 4 G for sale 1 Blu Bus & P 6 

B. Homer G 1 

M Ross 2 

J Waters Sen 1 1 G & B 1 

J. Pitts 1 

J Waters Jun r 1 

Lach Hildreth 1 

Ja 8 Dalton GT 1 

Sam. Calf G 1 

Sam. Dashwood G 1 

John Magnar 1 G & B 1 

Robt Hewes 2 G 2 

D. Tho" Greenough G & B 1 
T. Melvill 1 G & B 1 
N. Soames 2 G 2 

E. Rumney G & B 1 
B Sumner Jun r 1 G 1 
P. Spear Jr. 1 G J 
E. Goldthwait 2 G 2 
John Fail-service 1 G 1 
Amasa Davis 1 G 1 



326 CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 

T. Bayley 1 G 1 

C. Davis 2 G 2 

W m Heuston 1 G 1 

Caleb Champney 1 G 1 

John Haskins 1 G. B & p r P 3 

Paul Revere lG&B&p r P 3 

Sol : Davis 1 G 1 

Steph Sims 1 G & B 1 

John Kneeland 1 G & B 1 

Wallis Furbur 1 G & B 1 

Peter Ingerfield 2 G. 2 B. p r P 4 

Edward Brazier 1 G 1 

John Madden 1 G 1 

Cha 8 Miller IG 1 

Paul Revere 2 G 2 

Rob' Wyer 1 G 1 

T. Hichborn 2 G & B 2 

Ja 3 Gordon 2 G 2 

Tho 8 Lee 1 G & B 1 

John Nicholl 1 G & B 1 

John Allen 1 G. 1 

James Thompson 1 

John Gores . 2 G 2 B 2 

Rob 1 Newman G & B 1 

Ned Davis 1 G & B 1 

W ra Simonds pr P 2 

John Cotton 3 G & 3 B 3 

Sol. Cotton 2 G 1 B 2 

Jos. Kettle 1 G 1 

Jou a Farnum 1 G 1 

W m Penniman 1 G & B 1 

H. Inches 3 P 3 

Jos : Dyer 1 G 1 

John Lambert Jun 1 

Rob. Hichborn 1 G & B 1 

Jos : Eustis 1 G 1 

Edw. Walker 1 G & B pr P 3 

M. Bourn 1 G 1 

Benj a Austin 1 G & B 1 

Jou a Williams Jun 1 G & B 1 

Thos : Downes 2 G 2 B 2 

Cha 8 Sigourney pr P 2 

John Frazier 1 G & B 1 

Nalborough Frazier 1 G 1 

Tho s Sherburn 1 G 1 

Jn Hodgson 1 G 1 

Edw d . Grant 4 G 1 B. 4 

Adam Knox 1 G 3 

W m Gray 1 G 1 

Shrimpton Hunt 1 G & B 1 

W ra Jones 1 G 1 

Jos Langhtou 1 G 1 



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Tim Newell 
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Josiah Martin 
Ben: Scott 
R. Fraton (?) 
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George Ridgway 
Nath 1 Jenkins 
Gid. Thayer 
Ja" Williams 
Edw d Payne 
Sam 1 Wallis 
W m Scott 
Jo Sweetser Jun 
H. Blasdell 
Edw : Gray 



Eben Torry 
Dinely Wing 
Sam (?) Sellon 
Rev d Mr Howard 
Daniel Hubbard 
John Wild 
Augustus Hail 
Cap 1 Jn Skinner 
Sam 1 Holland 
Lendall Pitts 
W m Simpson 
Sam 1 Clougb 
John Phillips 
Martin Brimmer 
W m Taylor 
Nath 1 Taylor 
W m Taylor 
Jon a Pollard 
Phill. Dumaresq 
Benj a Barage [?] 
Gilbert D e Blois 
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John Allen 
W m Molineaux 
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Jn Skinner 



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1 G& B 
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1 G 
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1 gun 

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1 Blund 
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1 Gun 

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Recorded in the Book 

A List taken 26 th Apll. 

Sam G. Jar vis 1 G. 

Jon a De Costa 4 Guns 1 Bay* 

John Avery jun r . 1 do 1 do. 

Step" Fullerton 1 do 

Fran 8 Green 1 do 

Edw d Cazneau 1 do 

Will Palfrey 1 do 1 do. 

R. Sloper . 1 do 

G. W. 1 do 

W Eppes 1 do 

Benj a Salt 1 do 

W. Palfrey 1 do 

W. Polfrey 1 do 

J. Gray 1 do 

Jacob Holland 1 do 1 do 

K. D. 1 do 1 do 

F. Green 1 do 

T. Clap 1 do 

Jos. Dennie 1 pr pistols (pocket) 

J. Scollay jun 3 pistols 

J. Peck 1 Gun 

T. Hubbard 1 do 

J. Putnam 1 do 

J. M. D. 1 do 

F. Green 1 pr pistols 

J. Terril 1 pr do 

J. Cazneau 1 gun 

W. Ellison 1 do 

M. Casey 1 do 

B. Smith 1 do 

R. T. Paine 1 do 

T. Hutchinson 1 do 

J. Ravmore 1 do 

B. Smith 1 do 

Sam 1 Mather Esq 1 d 2 pistols 

J Shelby 1 gun 

C. Minot 1 d 

N & J. Cranch No 11 : 12 pistols 

8. Harris 2 do 

M. Gay 2 do 

T. Trott 2 do 

S. Fitch 1 gun 

W. Torrey 1 pr pistols 

B. Goldthwait 1 d 

B. Lyde 2 guns 

F. Hutchinson 3 G 

T. Brinley 2 G 

I. Erving Jun r 1 G 

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Jos : Warren 



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Cookson Contain 8 Gun Barrells Pistol Barrells Gun & Pistol Locks 
& other Gunsmith Wares with sundry Gun-Smiths Tools 



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& List of Watchmen Nominated by the Committee of Donations 
[Jan. 1, 1775. 



Names 


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Amos Thayer 


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11 


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11 


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Benjamin Roberts 


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Thomas Crosby 





11 


John Symonds 





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Benjamin Pool 


Cooper 


3 


John Hatwick 





11 


Jacob Skyler 


Laborer 


4 


Ebenezer Woodward 


Cooper 


11 


Joseph Clough 


Blacksmith 


1 


Benjamin Price 


Laborer 


1 


Thomas Pitcher 


Painter 


1 


James Lyncoln 


Weaver 


10 


Ebenezer Cox 


Carpenter 


3 


John Bovey 


do 


3 


John Gardner 


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3 


Thomas Conner 


d 


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Mathew Wakefield 


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6 


Thomas Low 


do 


6 


Stephen Winter 


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6 


James Addiugton 


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7 


John Hutter 


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7 


Nicolas Hunnaman 





1 


Jacob Polley 


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3 


John Milton 


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12 


James Frost 


Baker 


10 


Nathaniel Gushing 


Carpenter 




Ralph Morgan 


Barbei- 


1 


Michael Carey 


Sawyer 


1 


Robert Campbell 






Nath 1 Ashton 




11 


Job Blake 




10 


John Sutton 




11 


Joseph Collins 


Blacksmith 


7 


John Hann? 


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3 


Francis Simpson 


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John Blyth 


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3 


Benj a Abrahams 


Carpenter 


3 


Lawrence Colburn 


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The lists of Freemen on pp. 133-163 have been compared with 
the original volumes, with the following result : 

Page 136, 2d column, Beniamyn Gillon should be Gillam. 

" 139, 3d " John Moulton Hulling should be 

John Moulton 

Hulling. 

" 141,3d " Henry Chick'y should be Chickry. 

*' 146, 1st " Rob* Ed should be Edge. 

*' " " " W m . Garneseg should be Garnesey. 

" " " " George Braneen should be Bean ten. 

" " 2d " Mr. Jn. Couch should be Gouch. 

" 147, " " ffrancis Smaley should be Smale. 

" " " " Nathaniell Wallis should be Waley. 

' " " " George Cleane should be Cleaue. 

" 148, " " under date of 3 May 1665 should be added 

Mr. W m . Staughton. 

" 149, 3d " to Jn Hastings add apparently erased. 

" " " " Jn Bayey should be Bayly. 

" 150, " " Jn Cleanesby should be Cleauesby. 

" 151, 1st " Hen. Alin should be Allin. 

" " " " George Laines should be Lauies. 

" 152, 3d " Emanuel Wichalls should be Whichalls. 

u 155, 1st " Rich d Mounteque should be Mountegue. 

" " " " Tho. Putnam jun should be Putman. 

*' " " " [illegible] should be Salem. 

u " 2d " Mr. Dani D xen should be Denten. 

" 156, 1st " Tho. Stuksley sliould be Huksley. 

k ' " 2d " Mr. Sam Pairish should be Parris. 

*' 157, " " James Seajles should be Scajles. 

" 158, 1st " to Abraham Byam add apparently erased. 

" 159, " " to Daniel Pellet add not made freeman, 

" his age being questioned." 

" " " " Sarg 1 John Henry should be Houey. 

" 160, 2d " Danell Mondy should be Moudy. 

" 162, 1st " Joseph Byley should be Bayley. 

WM. S. APPLETON 



INDEX. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS, 



Abigail (brie?), the, 301, 316. 

(schooner), the, 249, 260, 280. 
(sloop) , the, 234, 238, 245, 266, 284. 
and Ruth (sloop), the, 231. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 

Accommenticus [Agamenticus], 146. 
Accounts of losses: 1,2, 3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9, 10, 
n, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 
20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 
79, 30. 3'. 32, 33. 34, 35. 36, 37. 
38, 39, 4, 4', 4 2 , 43, 44, 45, 4<5, 
47. 48, 49, 5, 5', 52. 53, 54, 55. 
56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, '3, 64, 
65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72,73, 
74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81,82, 
83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 
92, 93. 94. 95, 96, 97, 98, 99- 
summary of, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 

95, 96, 97. 98, 99, 100. 

Act relative to rebuilding of Boston, 127-31. 
Admiral Boscowen (ship), the, 250. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Adventure (barque), the, 229. 

(brif online) , the, 236. 

(ship), the, 252. 

(sloop), the, 229, 230, 236, 239, 

241. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Advice (sloop), the, 249. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Aldermen, 127. 
Allspice, 27. 
Allowances, 181. 

for building with timber, 181. 
Alum, 33. 

Allen (ship), the, 233. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Amazon (ship) , the, 292. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 
America (ship), the, 237. 

(sloop), the, 262, 264, 266, 268, 277, 
281, 283, 287, 292, 294, 299, 302, 305, 
3'0, 3'3. 314, 3'7- (See also Ships, 
etc.) 

Amesbury, 162. 
Amherst (brig), the, 290, 303. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Amity, 232. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Andover, 145, 150, 151, 153, 154, 162. 
Ann (brig), the, 296. 

(schooner), the, 248, 310. 
(sloop), the, 227, 239, 258, 259, 307. 
and Margaret (brig), the, 297. 
Penney (brigantine) , the, 305. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Anna (briffantine) , the, 235. 



(sloop), the, 229. 
and Mary 



( See also 



(ship), the, 242. 
Ships, etc.) 
Annapolis, 229, 233, 236, 239, 240, 247, 255, 
257, 261, 262, 265, 266, 269, 275, 277, 279, 
2r, 282, 289, 296, 297, 299, 301, 303, 306, 
308,315, 316, 317. 
Anne, the, 234. (See also Ships, etc.) 

street, 207, 210. ( See also Streets.) 
Anopalis see Annapolis. 
Anquilla, 257. 

Anson (sloop) , the, 262. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Antigua, 60, 230, 233, 235, 236, 239, 240, 241, 
266, 270, 277. 



Apollo, the, 292. ( See also Ships, etc.) 
Appeals for aid to sufferers from fire of 

Mar. 20, 126. 
Apprentice (schooner), the, 274. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Arms and ammunition, 17, 19, 35, 46,51, 52, 

53.65,74.88,321-29,331. 
powder, 122. 
artillery stores, 122, 123. 
guns, 3, 7, 61,66, 68, 74. 
swords, 3, 12, 50, 51, 65, 68. 
bayonets, 50, 74. 

Artillery, 265, 289. (See also Troops.) 
Assembly [or General Court], 126. 
vote of, 126. 
by grant of, 100. 
act relating to rebuilding, 103. 
Assessors, 3, 5, 101, 124. 
Atkinson lane, 216. 

pasture, 206, 212, 223. 

street, 104, 105, 106, 212, 225. (See 

also Streets, etc.) 

Azuba (sloop), the, 257. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 

Bacon, 24, 73, 83. 

Bahama (sloop), the, 232. ( See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Bahamas, 232, 237. 
Bakers, 123, 260, 263, 268, 280, 281, 283, 292, 

295.303,309,311,314.330. 
bake house, 125. ( See also Trades.) 
Baltimore (sloop), the, 245,250. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Barbadoes, 230, 234, 235, 336, 238, 239, 240, 

242, 256, 258, 267, 269, 282, 305. 
Barbers, 124, 284, 28^, 294, 303, 306, 31 1, 315, 

330. (See also Trades.) 
Bark, 63, 64, 65. 
Barnes' wharf, 182. (See also Wharves, 

etc.) 

Barnstable, 233, 244. 
Barsheba (schooner), the, 315. 
Bass River, 149. 
Batchelor (sloop), the, 314. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 
Batteries: 99. 

South, 17, 88, 107, 123, 125, 182. 

small, 123. 

beacon at South, 123. (See also 

Fortifications.) 
Battery March, 107, 109, in, 112, 117, 118, 

120, 121, 124. 
Beacon at South Battery, 123. (See also 

Batteries.) 
street, 220,222. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 
Beaver (schooner) , the, 52, 277. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Beef, 13, 15, 20, 22, 30, 33, 44, 68, 73, 77, 81. 
Beer lane, 202, 225. (See also Streets, etc.) 
Begining (sloop), the, 231, 235. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Benjamin (schooner), the, 316. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Bennett's pasture (formerly), 184. 
Bennett street, 190. (See also Streets, 
(etc. 



336 



CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Bermuda, 279, 283. 

Betsey (brigantme), the, 226, 313. 

{schooner}, the, 254, 263, 264, 267, 
2 77 2 79> 295, 3 OI 33i 34 37> 39. 

(sloop) , the, 245, 254, 262, 270, 287, 

290, 291, 305, 308, 313, 316, 
and John (schooner), the, 311. 

Ruth, the, 258. 
Betty (brigantine), the, 230, 241. 

(sloop), the, 238, 281. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Beverly, 150, 152, 153, 154, 155, 263. 
Bideford TBiddeford], the, 284, 288, 311. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Bilboa, 241, 291. 

Billerica, 149, 159, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 160. 
Billirrikey see Billerica. 
Bills to be presented to the General Court, 

117. 
Blackburn (schooner), the, 283. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Black Point, 147. 

Blacksmiths, 21, 113, 122, 124, 125, 182, 186, 
188, 191, 200, 205, 211, 213, 214, 216, 225, 
232, 236, 263, 270, 271, 274, 278, 283, 285, 
291,307,330. (See also Trades.) 
Blankets, 2, 4, 13, 17, 23, 25, 28,30, 31,32, 
36, 37. 4, 44. 53, 55. 5$, 59, 67, 7. 75. ?6, 
85- 
Blizard [Blizzard], the, 270. (See also 

Ship, etc.) 
Blockmakers, 103, 113, 185, 189, 277,283, 294, 

316. (See also Trades, etc.) 
Blubber, 65. 

Blue Anchor, 12. (See also Taverns.) 
Blue Point, 147. 
Boat-builders, 77, 121;, iSS, 215, 273, 275, 314. 

man, 212. (See also Trades.) 
Boneto (sloop) , the, 238. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Bonds see Sureties. 
Bookkeepers, 260. (See also Trades or 

Callings.) 

Books, 3, 9, 16, 23, 24, 27, 29, 35, 36, 40, 44, 
47, 49, 55, 57, 59, 60, 64, 67, 71, 74, 76, 
78,80,83,86,87,321, 33- 
set of, see Documents, etc. 
keepers, 244. 

builders, 293. (See also Trades.) 
Boscawen (ship), the, 256, 276, 305, 316. 
Boston (ship) , the, 233, 256, 263, 265, 278, 291 , 

312. ( See also Ships, etc.) 
Boston, 3, 12, 49, 56, 61, 64, 66, 67, 69, 72, 74, 
78, 79, Si, 82, 85,89,99, 100, joi, 
102, 103, 107, 108, 109, 112, 113, 115, 

Il6, llS, 120, 121, 122, 126, 127, 

145, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 

1 54, '55, '56, J 63, 164, 168, 181, 
182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, iSS, 
189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 

196, 197, 198, 199, 2OO, 2OI, 2O2, 
203, 204, 2O5, 2O6, 207, 2O8, 209, 
21O, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 2l6, 
217, 2lS, 219, 22O, 221, 222, 223, 
224, 225, 229, 237, 243, 244, 276, 
279, 284, 291, 294, 296, 299, 307, 

3'6, 3'7, 33- 

Common, 208, 217, 220, 221, 222, 224. 
Neck, the, 201, 215, 217, 220. 
Post Boy and Advertiser, 122. (See 
also Newspapers.) 
Bowling green, 210, 215. 
Boxford, 159, 162. 
Bradford, 153, 157. 
Bran, 82. 

Brantrey [Braintree?], 154, 157,173, 193,315. 
Brasiers, 224, 246, 247, 286,303, 317. (See 

also Trades.) 
Brattle street, 218. (See also Streets.) 

church, 218. ( See also Meet- 
ing-houses.) 

Brazen Head, The, 122. (See also 
Taverns.) 



Bread Street, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121. (See 

also Streets.) 
Breadstuff's, 2, 4, n, 13, 14, 17, 18, 20, 22, 29, 

32,33, 35>47,67,77>82,8s. 
Breweries, 103, 197, 198, 209. 
Brewers, 103, 197, 216, 247, 250, 309. 
Bricklayers, 219, 233. (See also Trades.) 
Bridge, mill, 181, 198, 223. 
draw, 1 86. 
Oliver's, 191. 
Briefs to be sent through the Province, 

126. 

Bristol, 232, 234, 237, 240, 242, 249, 250, 256, 
259, 265, 279, 280, 289, 294, 299, 305, 
308. 

the, 252, 283, 313. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 
Brittania (schooner), the, 267. 

(ship), the, 236, 275, 279, 284, 298, 

308. 
(sloop), the, 246, 282, 295, 302, 304. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Broadcloth, i , 27, 30. 
Brothers' Society (sloop), the, 234, 241. 
Brutus (ship), the. 280. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 
Buildings : warehouse at Oliver's Dock, 2. 

in King street, 5. 
to regulate, 113, 126-31. 
permit to Benj. Hollowell, 103. 
David Spear, 103. 
Sampson Salter, 103. 
John Powell, 104. 
John Wheatley, 119. 
for building with tim- 
. her, 181. 

to Winsor Golding, 181. 
Ephraim Fenno, 181. 
Hannah Gourding, 

181. 

Elisha Webb, 181. 
Samuel Phillips, 182, 

201-2. 

Richard Talley, 182. 
Addington Daven- 
port, 182, 196, 197. 
Joseph Daniel, 182. 
James Gooch, 182. 
Daniel Oliver, 182, 

220. 

John Clark, 183, 207. 
Joseph Hiller, 183, 

184. 

Thomas Miller, 183. 
Nathaniel Good%vin, 

183, 184. 

Nathaniel Ayres, 184. 
Jonathan Loring, 184, 

185. 

Zachariah Wire, 185. 
Joseph Lord, 185. 
John Mico, 185. 
William Tilley, 185, 

l86, 1OX), 207, 212. 

Ebenezer Clough,i86, 

190, 195, 219. 
William Holloway, 

186. 

James Varney, 186. 
Saml. Wentworth,i86, 

187. 

Joseph Belcher, 187. 
RobertCalef, Jr., 187. 
Jonathan Waldo, 187. 
Zachariah Triscot, 

187. 
Gilbert Endicott, 187, 

iSS. 

Thomas Hobart, 188. 
Joseph Allen, iSS. 
Samuel Collins, 188. 
Benj. Bronson, 188, 

213, 214. 
Robert Saunders, iSS. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



337 



Buildings: permit to John Roberts, iSS, 

189. 
Thomas Richards, 

189. 
Thomas Chamberline, 

189. 
John dough, 189, 195, 

201. 
Thomas Banister, 189, 

199, 208. 

Thomas Clark, 189. 
John Kilby, 189. 
Eliz. Moor, 189, 190. 
Joshua Gee, 190, 193, 

195, 198. 
Habijah Savage, 190, 

204. 
Henry Bridgman, 190, 

192. 

James Brown, 190. 
Obadiah Reed, 191. 
Edward Hutchinson, 

191, 205, 215, 218, 

223. 

William Manley, 191. 
David Cutler, 191. 
Edward Winslow, 

191. 

Benj. Alford, 191. 
Jeremiah Jackson, 102. 
Samuel Burnell, jr., 

193. 
Saml. and Aneas 

Salter, 102. 
Richd. Christopher, 

192. 
Andrew Wilson, 192- 

293- 
Thomas Bell, 193. 

fhn Legg, 193. 
;eph Bass, 193. 
lathan Browne,i93. 
in. Webster, 193-4. 
Isaiah Tay, 194, 207. 
Rebecca Adams, 194. 
Francis Morse, 194- 

95- 

John Brewer, 195. 
ohn Campbell, 195. 

Gyles Fifield, 195. 

Thomas Adkins, 196. 

Nathaniel Henchman, 
196. 

William Clough, 196. 

John Stamford, 196, 
218-10. 

John Marion, 196. 

Wm. Hough, 197. 

Elizabeth Delver, 197. 

John Flag, 197. 

John Carey, 197. 

Benj. Swaine, 197. 

Giles Dyer, 197. 

Saml. Barrat, 198. 

John Valentine, 198. 

Sarah Wheeler, 198. 

Capt. Nathaniel Oli- 
ver, 198, 205-6, 208. 

Elijah Kendricks, 198. 

Thomas Walter, 198- 

99- 

Enoch Greenleaf, 199. 
Benj. Bronsdon, 199. 
Richard Estice, 199. 
Maj. Thomas Fitch, 

199-200. 
Hon. Col. Francis 

Nicholson, 200. 
Wm. Payne, 200. 
James Codnor, 200. 
Capt. Thos. Gilbert, 

200. 
Stephen Minott, 200- 



Buildings: permit to James How, 201. 
James Pecker, 201. 
Elisha Storey, 201. 
Matthew Butler, 201. 
Andrew Belcher, 202. 
Oliver Noyes & Co., 

202. 
Erasmus Stephens, 

202. 

John Pecker, 202. 
John Clarke, 202-3. 
John Barrat, 203. 
Benj. Gibson, 203. 
James Varney, 203. 
tames Barnes, 203. 
Isaac Dafforne, 203. 
John Barrel!, 203-4. 
John Tuttle, 204 
Thomas Powell, 204. 
Robert Coch, 204. 
Col. Thos. Savage, 

205. 

John Lathrop, 205. 
John Beauchamp, 206. 
Thomas Palmer, 206. 
Mary Edwards, 206. 
Edward Gray, 206. 
Wm. Skinner, 206. 
Sundry inhabitants of 

the North end, 207. 
Saml. Wentworth, 

207. 

James Penniman, 208. 
Henry Hill, 208. 
Saml. Rand, 208. 
Robert Cojo, 209. 
Daniel Allen, 209. 
Capt. Thos. Huthin- 

son, 209, 224. 
George Terrant, 209. 
Andrew Belcher, 209- 

10. 

John Colman, 210. 
Saml. Wentworth, 210. 
Deacon John Marion, 

210-11. 

John Baker, an. 
Eleazer Dolby, 211. 
John Briggs, an. 
Thorn. Jones, \ 
Christopher [211-12. 

Monk, ) 
Stephen Honiwell,2i2. 
Btnj. Johns, 212. 
Benj. Andrews, 212. 
Thomas Selby, 213. 
David Colson.213,224. 
"ohn Greenough, 213. 
oseph Malam, 213. 
ienj. Gallop, 214. 
Saml. Cunabell, 214. 
Daniel Bell, 214. 
John Baley, 214. 
Thomas Palmer, 214- 

'5- 

Francis Borland, 215. 
Henry Hill, 1 
Eleazer Darby, > 215. 
David Craige, ) 
John Roberts, ^.,215. 
Oliver Noyes, 215-16. 
John Williams, 216. 
Mary Hough, 216. 
John Nelson, 216. 
Ebenezer Leadbetter, 

216-17. 

Wm. Payne, 217, 220. 
Daniel Oliver, 217. 
Patrick Ogilvie, 217. 

John Meinzies, 217. 
onathan Belcher, 218, 

219, 221-22. 

Jarvis Ballard, 218. 
"Ebenezer Burges, 218. 



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Buildings : permit to Thomas Clarke, "I 

William Harris, i o 
Jonathan Bel-[ 2IS ' 

cher, 
Joshua Thorton, 219, 

221. 

Caleb Lyman, 219. 
Hon. \Vm. Dummer, 

219. 
Jonathan Armitage, 

220. 

James Fosdick, 220. 
Edward Proctor, 220. 
John Barnes, 220. 
Joseph Hill, 221. 
Joshua Will-) 

iams, ! 221. 

Joshua Wroe, ) 
Wm. Nichols, 221. 
Adam Winthrop, 221. 
Jonathan Williams, 

222. 
Edward Bromfield, 

322. 

John Eliot, 222. 
George Bethune, 222. 
John Torrey, 222. 
Joshua Winslow, 222. 
William Bond, 222. 
Simon Rogers, 222-23. 
Jacob Griggs, 223. 
Hopestill Foster, 223. 
Nathl. Holmes, 223. 
Thos. Gushing, 223. 
James Varney, 223. 
Edward Pell, 223-24. 
Saml. VVellas, 224. 
Leonard Vassall, 224. 
John Dolbeare, 224. 
Benj. Landon, 225. 
Capt. Adino Bulhnch, 

225. 

Joshua Thornton, 225. 
Theophilus Lilley, 

225. 

Ebenezer Hough, 225. 
Ebenezer Bridge, 225. 
Town of Boston, 225. 

Bunch of Grapes, 123, 237. {See also Tav- 
erns.) 

Burmuda see Bermuda. 

Burnham (brig), the, 289. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 

Burying grounds : 

North, iS6, 196. 
Old, 192. 

Butchers, an, 214, 254, 255, 264, 267, 270,280, 
292, 294, 300, 301. (See also Trades.) 

Butler's wharf, 213. (See also Wharves.) 

Butter, 2,33,35, 70, 77,81. 

Button makers, 236. (See- also Trades.) 

Cabinet makers, 239, 240, 317. 

Cadiz, 255, 291. 

Cale (sloop) , the, 280. ( See also Ships, etc.) 

Calico, 85, 237. 

Cambric, 39. 

Cambridge, 145, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 

IS4, IS5, 157. '59. 160, 311. 
street, 197, 201, 210, 219, 220. 

(See also Streets, etc.) 
Canada, 261. 

Candles, 18, 27, 41, 50, 76. 
Candlesticks, 35, 43. 
Canso, 281. 
Cape Breton, 248, 255. 

Cod, 270. 

Fear, 275, 295. 

Fransway, 233, 235, 236, 238. 

Nicola, 316. 

Porpus, 146. 

Sable, 248, 270. 

makers, 238. 



Carpenters, 122, 233, 235, 236, 244, 247, 249, 
25', 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 263, 
268, 270, 275, 277, 278, 280, 282, 285, 288, 
292, 294, 295, 296, 297, 301, 302, 304, 306, 
309, 316, 330. (See also Trades.) 

Carriages, 1,17, 19, 36, 64. 

Carts, 107. 

Casco Bay, 260, 278, 279, 297, 301, 311. 

Castle, the, 263. (See also Fortifications.) 
Tavern, 205. (See also Taverns.) 

Catherine (brigantine), the, 247, 307. 

Cato (brig), the, 279. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 



Cattle, list of, 320, 321. 
Caulfield (sloop), 1116,233. 
etc.) 



(Sfe also Ships, 



Caulkers, 314, 330. (See also Trades.) 
Cecelia (sloop), the, 280. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Certificates, 148. 
Chair makers, 124, 239. 
Chaisemakers, 124, 277. (See also Trades, 

etc.) 

Chalk, n, 71. 
Charcoal, 78. 

Chariot see Carriages, etc. 
Charles (sloop), the, 240. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

river, 218. 
Charlestown, 2, 145, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 

, IS4, iSS, 156, 158. 
ferry, 191, 219. 
Charming Hannah (schooner), the, 272,275, 

277, 281, 298, 300. 
Molly (sloop), the, 254, 255, 257, 

264, 274, 277, 304, 306, 315. 
Nancy (sloop), the, 254. 
Peggy (schooner) , the, 295. 
Polly, the, 207. 

Sally (schooner) ,the, 245,263,288. 
(See also Ships, etc.) 
Charter street, 193, 196,203. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 

Cheese, 16, 54, 68, 77. 
Chelmsford, 148, 152, 153, 155, 156, 158. 
Chest of drawers, 34. 
Chimneys, 106, 195. 
China, 9, 10, 26, 29, 41, 44, 45, 48, 50, 54, 57, 

59, 60, 62, 67, 76, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87. 
Chocolate grinders, 330. (See also Trades.) 
Christopher (sloop), the, 240. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Church of England, 200. 

Christ, 211, 219. ( See also Meet- 
ing Houses.) 
green, 215. 

Churches, see Meeting-houses. 
Cicero (ship), the, 280. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 
Cider, 6, 10, n, 13, 15, 16, 23, 26, 31, 33, 47, 

5. 53. S 6 . 61, 68, 69, 75, Si, 82, 84. 
City Registrar, i . 
Clerks, 299, 300, 304. 
Clock, 58. 

makers, 268, 298. (See also 

Trades.) 
Cloth, 4, 6, 10, 13, 26, 31, 33.37.3S.46, 52, 

60, 68, 73, 75- 
Clothiers, 306, 308. 

Coachman, 263, 293, 317. (See also Trades 

or Callings.) 
Coal, 4, 29, 61, 71, 216. 

house, 216. 

Coffee, 16, 39, 50, 71, 77. 
Cold lane, 199, 218. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 

Collectors, 286, 316. 
Colonel Goreham's Company, 304. (See 

also Troops.) 
Commerce (sloop), the, 271, 280, 293. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Commissary, 309. 
Commissioners, 145, 146, 147, 317. 
Committees, 121, 127. 



INDEX or SUBJECTS. 



339 



331- 



Committees on streets, 104-21. 
of donations, 330. 
Common, the, see Boston Common. 
Council, 127. 

shore [sewer], see Drains. 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

(See also Massachusetts.) 
Compeachy [Campeche], 229, 230, 238, 240, 

241. 

Comptroller, 299, 300, 305, 309. 
Concord (ship) , the, 233, 292, 305. ( See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Concord, 145, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 

>SS, IS9- 

Coney's lane, 185. 

Congress street, 123, 124. (See also Streets, 
etc.) 

Connecticut, 100, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 238, 
239, 240, 241, 246, 247, 249, 250, 251, 255, 
257, 258, 259, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 
269, 273, 274, 276, 277, 279, 280, 282, 285, 
287, 288, 291, 292, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298, 
303. 34, 3S 36, 37 30S, 312, 313, 314, 
3'S. 3'7- 

Content (sloop), the, 231. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 

Coopers, 49, 214, 234, 238, 239, 242, 250, 251, 
254, 262, 268, 269, 274, 283, 284, 

285, 292, 295, 298, 304,306, 307, 33- 
wine, 294. (See also Trades.) 

Copperas, 33. 
Copps Hill, 223. 
Cordage, 18. 

twine, 19. 
Cordwainers, 3, 218, 2^2, 239. (See also 

Trades.) 

Cornhill, 33, 117, 122, 124, 189, 199, 200. 
Cork, 260, 262, 287. 

Corset-makers, 306. (See also Trades.) 
Cotton, 1,2, 13, 33,79. 
Council, 102, 126, 127. 

Chamber, 103, 104. 

Common, 127. 

Records, 127. (See also Records, 

etc.) 
Countess of Bute (brig-), the, 281. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Court, great and general, see Assembly. 

room, 149, 152, 329. 
Cow lane, 197, 206, 212. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 

Cowes, 241, 308. 
Creek lane, 194. 
Cross street, 195, 200. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 
Crown (s/iip),'lhe, 234, 238. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Cumberland see Fort Cumberland. - 
Curretuck, 235. 
Curriers, 111, 224, 236, 280. (See also 

Trades.) 

Custom house, 302. 
Cynthia (sloop), the, 313. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Dancing-master, 283. (See also Trades or 

Callings.) 
Daniel (brigantine), the, 240. 

(sloop), the, 231. 
Dartmouth (ship), the, 279. 
Deborah (schooner), the, 253. 

(sloop), the, 235, 249, 262, 270, 271, 

286, 300, 313. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 

Dedham, 145, 150, 151, 152, 154, 155, 156, 158, 

176,287,311. 
Deeds, 14. 
Deep Bay (brigantine), the, 261, 309, 310. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Deerskins, 48. 
Defiance (sloop), the, 246, 247, 258, 265, 268, 

300, 302, 310, 312,316. 
Delight (sloop), the, 291. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 



Desire (schooner), the, 253. 

(sloop) , 246, 249, 252, 259, 272, 288, 
289, 300, 303, 306. ( See also Ships, 
etc.) 
Devonshire street, 122, 279. (See also 

Streets, etc.) 

Devonshire (skip), the, 245, 256, 271, 299. 
Diamond (schooner), the, 270. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
(sloop), the, 239,314. 
ring, 41. 

Diana (brigantine), the, 278. 
(ship), the, 298, 304. 
(sloop), the, 304. 
Diligence (ship), the, 252. 
Dilligent (brigantine), the, 240. 
Dispatch (ship), the, 288, 293, 303. 

(sloop), the, 278, 294, 313. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Distilleries, 17, 125, 194, 208. 
Distillers, 250, 279. (See also Trades, etc.) 
Dobbs (sloop) , the, 260, 262, 307. ( See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Dock, Oliver's, 2, 103, 109, 113, 114, 119, 123, 

124, 214. 

town, 1 81, 184, 203, 224, 225. 
Documents, records, papers, etc., 14. 
Dolphen (schooner), the, 254, 262, 271, 274, 

285, 309. 
(sloop), the, 255, 257, 258, 266, 276, 

295- 
Dolphin, the, 234, 290, 316. 

(sloop), 233, 269, 273, 284, 286, 300, 
37>3 l 3t3 I 7- (See also Ships, etc.) 
Domingo, 254. 
Dominica, 306, 308. 
Dominico, 257, 265, 266. 
Donations, committee of, 330. (See also 

Committees.) 
Dorchester, 145, 148, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 

156, 160, m, 187, 287, 303. 
Douglass (ship), the, 251, 258, 270. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Douglis see Douglass. 
Dove (schooner), the, 246, 264, 268, 269, 274, 

276, 280, 287, 290, 293, 303, 314. 
(ship), the, 242. 
(sloop), the, 232, 245, 250, 294, 297. 

( See also Ships, etc.) 
Dover, 149, 150, 151, iS3. 57- 
Drains, common sewer, 107, 109, in, 112. 
Drawbridge, 186. (See also Bridge.) 
Drugs, 23. 
Drum, 88. ' 
Dublin, 235, 311. 
Duke of Cumberland, 305. 

(briff) , the, 292. ( See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Dutch, 257. 

men, 292. 

Dwelling-houses, one hundred and seventy- 
four, consumed in fire of March 20, 126. 
Dyers, 276, 284. 

silk, 276, 310. (See also Ships, etc.) 

Eagle (sloop), the, 238, 271, 305, 306. 

Earl of Bute (sloop), the, 278, 305. 

Easter (schooner), the, 303. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Eggs, 69, Si. 
Eliza (sloop), the, 306. 
Elizabeth, the, 237. 

(briff), the, 244. 

! brigantine) , the, 240. 
schooner), the, 250, 254, 267, 269, 
273, 277, 280, 282, 285, 300, 316. 
(ship), the, 238, 240. 
(sloop), the, 229, 236, 240, 241, 

2, 260, 262, 268, 308. 
and Mary (sloop), the, 237. 
Endeavor (sloop), the, 235, 250, 252, 260, 

282. 

(schooner), the, 310. (See also 
Ships, etc.) 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



England, 126, 257. 

Engineers, 253, 264, 266. ( See also Trades 

or Callings.) 

Engravers, 237, 238. ( See also Trades.) 
Esquibo, 300. 
Ess Quebo, see Esquibo. 
Esther (skip), the, 242. 
Excise see Taxes. 
Experience (schooner), the, 238, 297. (See 

also Ships.) 
Exuena, 238. 

Fair Lady (brig), the, 308. 

Fairfield (sloop), the, 234, 280. (See also 

Ships, etc.; 

Falmouth, 238, 256, 283, 31 1 . 
Fancy (schooner) , the, 270. 
Fanny (sloop), the, 278. 

and Jeany (sloop), the, 288, 300. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 

Farmers, 241, 245, 247, 248, 249, 250, 253, 254, 
255, 257, 260, 261, 262, 265, 267, 268, 270, 
271, 272, 273, 275, 277, 279, 280, 283, 285, 
287, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 296, 297, 
298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 304, 305, 308, 309, 
3ii 3". 3'3. 3J5, 317- (See also Trades 
or Callings.) 

Farmer's Tryall (sloop), the, 232, 239. 
Favorite' (brigantine), the, 259. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Fayal, 230, 236. 248, 302. 
Feathers, 23, 25, 30, 33, 40, 45, 52, 55, 59, 70. 
Fegaria, 234. 

Ferries, Charlestown, 191, 219. 
Fifty-ninth Regiment, 293. (See also 

Troops.) 
Fire, 5, 21, 113. 
of 1760, i. 

20th of March, 3, 8, 15, 17, 28, 49, 53, 
54. 56, 58, 60, oi| 62, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69, 
72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 7S, 79, So, 81, 82, 83, 
84, 85,88, 89, 121. 
buckets, 27. 
of the 2oth March, 3, 8, 122. 

174 dwelling-houses, 126. 

175 warehouses, 126. 
aid for sufferers from, 126. 

3,000 to be paid out of public 

treasury, 126. 

great, in London in 1666, 126, 127. 
account in the Boston Post Boy, 122- 

2 5- 

act for rebuilding part of town de- 
stroyed by fire, 126-31. 
Fisher (schooner) , the, 289. ( See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Fishermen, 204, 243, 244, 248, 252, 253, 262, 

263, 269, 271, 272, 273, 274, 276, 281, 284, 

285, 289, 299, 300, 301 , 303, 313. ( See also 

Trades or Callings, etc.) 

Fishhawk (schooner), the, 256. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Fish street, 190, 191,203,206,207,214,223, 

225. (See also Streets, etc.) 
Flag, 88. 
Flannel, 39. 

Fleet street, 195. ( See also Streets, etc.) 
Flour see Breadstuff's. 
Flora (schooner), the, 277. 
Fly (brigantine), the, 283. 

(schooner), the, 261, 263. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Fort Cumberland, 247, 249, 250, .253, 263, 

266, 267, 294, 300, 304. 
Hill, 66, 104, 106, 123, 185, 206, 223. 

(See also Fortifications.) 
Fortifications : 

Fort Hill, 66, 104, 106, 123, 

185, 206, 223. 
South Battery, 17, 18, 88, ifj, 

123, 125. 

Batteries, 49, 61. 
old, 202. 
at South End, 202. 



Fortifications : line of defence, 220. 

the Castle, 263. 
Fortieth Kegiment, 254, 264. (See also 

Troops.) 
Fortune (stoop), the, 285. (See also Ships, 

etc.) (Ship), the, 241. 
Forty -fifth regiment, 245, 255, 257. (See 

also Troops.) 
Fortune (ship), the, 241. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Four Friends, 241. 
Sisters, 233. 
Fourteenth regiment, 311. (See also- 

Troops.) 

Fox (schooner), the, 275, 317. 
Francis and Katherine (sloop) , the, 234. 
Frederick (schooner), the, 260. 
Free America (schooner) , the, 277, 279. 
Freemason (brigantine), the, 262. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Freemen, 144. 
Free negroes see Negroes. 
Frenchmen, 231, 237, 238, 239, 245, 254, 257, 

259, 264, 368, 271, 275, 277, 278, 282, 285,. 

34, 35. 36. 

French neutrals, 307, 317. 
Friendship (brig), the, 302. 

(skip), the, 235, 257, 308. 
Friend's Adventure (sloop), the, 229,235, 
238,246, 311. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 
meeting-house, 124. (See- also 

Meeting-Houses.) 
Frogg [Frog] lane, 213, 224, 225. (See 

also Streets, etc.) 
Fryall (sloop), the, 235. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 
Furniture, i, 2, 4, 5, 6,9, 10, n, 12, 13, 14, 

15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 

2 9, 3, 3', 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 4, 41, 43, 44,. 

45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 5', 5 2 > 53, 54, 56, 57, 5$, 

60, 66, 67, 68, 71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 78, 79, So, 

81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87. 
Fyall see Fayal. 

Gardeners, 291, 303. (See also Trades or 

Callings.) 
General Court see Assembly. 

Wolf (ship), the, 282, 292. 
George and James (skip), the, 278, 287- 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Georgia, 248, 263, 266, 279, 295, 301, 306, 313, 

3'4- 

Germans, 282. 

Gibbs's pasture, 223, 225. 

Ginger, 27. 

(sloop), the, 267. (See also Ships,. 

etc.) 

Glasgo see Glasgow. 
Glasgow, 232, 247, 252, 275, 283, 286, 287, 

293, 296, 3, 34, 307, 3'0- 
(schooner), the, 247. 
(ship), the, 300,304, 310, 314, 315. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Glass, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, n, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19,. 

20, 33, 42, 53, 78. 
Globe (ship), the, 236. 
Gloria (schooner) , the, 281 . ( See also Ships,. 

etc.) 

Gloucester, 148, 151, 152, 155, 156, 158, 162. 
Glovers, 224, 232, 238, 279. (See also 

Trades.) 
Gold : 

buttons, 23. 

necklace, 26, 41. 

guineas, 32. 

ring, 44, 76. 

gun barrel wrought with, 51 . 

lace, 75, 7 6 - 
Goldsmiths, 191, 236, 262, 263, 271, 295, 300, 

307. ( See also Trades .) 
Good Intent (sloop), the, 238. 
Goodwin (sloop), the, 238. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 



INDEX or SUBJECTS. 



341 



Gorgeana, 146. 
Governor, the, 126, 183, 316. 
. message of, 1 27. 

Lieut., 104, 105, 108, no, nS, 127. 
and Council, 102. 
Grace (schooner), the, 264. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Grahound see Grayhound. 
Granada, 246, 260, 268, 292, 295, 306, 307. 
Granado see Granada. 
Granary, 215, 216. 
Granvil (schooner'), the, 299. 
Grayhound (schooner), the, 297. 

(sloop), the, 232, 242, 262, 282. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 

Green lane, 184, 185. (See also Streets, etc.) 
& Russell's Post Boy & Advertiser, 

122. (See also Newspaper.) 
Greenock, 276, 293, 303, 304, 315. 
Greenout, 258. 

Griffen's Wharf, 122. (See also Wharves.) 
Grizel (sloop), the, 309. 
Guadaloupe, 247, 261, 282, 304. 
Gull (sloop), the, 270, 286, 307. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Guns see Arms and Ammunition. 
Gunsmiths, 124. (See also Trades.) 

Hadfield, 148, 150. . 

Hadley, 152, 153, 154, 155, 157, 161, 178. 

Hale [Hail?], the, 255. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 

Halifax, 100, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 249, 250, 
252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 358, 259, 260, 
261, 263, 264, 265, 267, 269, 270, 271, 272, 

273, 275, 276, 278, 280, 2Sl, 252, 283, 284, 
286, 287, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 
296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 

35. 36. 37. 308, 309, 3>> 3". 312! 33, 
3M, 3 1 5>3'7- 
Hallrfax (schooner), the, 275. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Hallowell's shipyard, 123. (See also Ship- 
yards.) 

Halfyfax see Halifax. 
Hammock, 30, 31. 

Hampton, 125, 148, 149, 153, 154, 155, 156. 
(schooner), the, 279, 307, 310. 
(sloop), the, 264, 303. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Haneago, 295. 
Hannah (brigantine), the, 249, 258, 265, 286, 

297. 33, 31. 3i7- 
(schooner), the, 266, 285, 290, 291, 

292, 297, 299. 
(.t/oo/) , the, 231, 253, 257, 260, 269, 

282, 287, 297, 300. 
and Mary (sloop), 230, 235, 239. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Hannago, 308. 
Hannavour Street (ship), the, 239. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Hannover [Hanover] street, 194, 195, 197, 

203. ( See also Streets, etc.) 
Hanover (ship), the, 233. 
Happy Return (ship), the, 239. (See also 

Ships.) 

Harbor Island, 231. 
Harlequin (sloop), the, 298. 
Harrison (brig), the, 287, 294. 

(sloop), the, 291. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Harrison's Ropewalk, 217, 220. 
Harwich, 8. 

Hatfield, 151, 152, 161, 179. 
Hatters, 246, 254, 265, 271, 273, 281, 290, 295. 

(See also Trades.) 
Havana, 246, 248. 
Haverhill, 148, 149, 150, 155. 
Hawk (brig), the, 289. 

(schooner), the, 272, 311. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Hay, 15, 17,20,50, 53,61,74, 82, 203, 211. 
Hayward [haward], 320. 



Henchman's lane, 183, 192. (Set also 

Streets, etc.) 
Hepzebath (sloop), the, 265, 274. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Herring, 55. 
Hides, 104. 
Hillsborough (schooner), the, 301. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Hingham, 145, 148, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 

157. '74- 

His Excellency see Governor. 
Hispaniola, 254, 307. 



Hogs, 50. 
Holland, 242. 



Holy Oake [Holyoke?], the, 283. 
Hope (sloop), the, 230, 232, 274. 

(brigantine), the, 234. 
Hopewell (schooner), the, 306. 

(sloop), the, 239. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Hops, 82. 
Horn Lane, 109, no, in, 113, 114, 118. (See 

also Streets.) 

Horsemill, 224. (See also Mill.) 
Horses, 15, 61, an, 212. 
Hospital at Halifax, 249. 

clerk of, 249. 

House of Representatives, 126, 127. 
Housevvright [carpenter?], 214, 219, 221, 223, 

225, 285. ( See also Trades.) 
Hound (brigantine) , the, 256. 
Huldah (sloop), the, 292. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Hull, 152, T54, 155, 175. 

Hull street, 196, 202. (See also Streets, etc.) 
Humbird (schooner), the, 248. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Husbandman, 242. 
Hutchinson's wharf, 224. (See also 

Wharves.) 



Image makers, 276. (See also Trades.) 
Immigrants, 245-252. 

list of, 245. 

Impost Office, 229, 237, 244. 
Increase (sloop), 229, 234. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Indian Meal see Breadstuffs. 
Indians, 228. 
Indigo, 77. 
Industry (brigantine), the, 248, 250, 258. 

(schooner), the, 255, 258, 262, 269, 

276,291,302,307. 
(ship), the, 279, 305. 
(sloop), the, 252, 255, 265, 279, 
288, 293, 301, 306. (See also 
Ships, etc.) 
Inhabitants, in, 123, 126, 146,147,207,215, 

218, 226-28. 
Iniana [Joanna?] , the, 246. ( See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Innholders, 260. 
Inspector, 309, 316. 

general, 299, 301. 

Instruments, 7, 16, 19, 28, 45, 61, 68, 71,83. 

Inventories, I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, II, 12, 

13, 14., 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 

25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 

37. 38, 39. 4. 4'. 4 2 . 43. 44. 45. 46, 47. 4 s , 



73. 74, 75. 76, 77. '. -- - - 

85. 86, 87, 88, 89, oo, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 

9/. 98, 99- 
Ipswich, 139, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 

'56, 157- 

magistrates of, 139. 

Ireland, 236, 244, 256, 277, 284, 294, 297. , 
Irishman, 279. 
Iron, 4, 6, 9, 12, 13. 
Isle of May [Man?], 236, 238. 

Thera, the, 230. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 



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Jamaica, 232, 235, 240, 242, 248, 264, 280, 281, 

296, 297, 299, 302, 305, 306, 316. 
James {packet), the, 299, 302. 

and Mary (sloop) , the, 240. 
Jane (schooner), the, 261. 

and Klizabeth (sloop), the, 231. 
Mary (sloop), the, 231, 240. 
Jannet [Janet], the, 274. 
Jeany, the, 286, 296, 304. 
Jemerson and Peggy (ship), the, 268. 
Jenney, the, 247. 
Jeremiah and Thomas (brigantine), the, 

232. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Jersey see New Jersey. 

college, 264. 
Jerusalem (*loop), the, 317. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Jewellers, 246, 275. (See also Trades or 

Callings.) 

Johanna (schooner), the, 295, 316. 
John (brig), the, 302, 313. 

(ship), the, 267, 268, 269, 270, 277, 278, 

299, 312. 

(sloop), the, 230, 260, 309. 
and Klizabeth (brigantine), the, 239. 
Mary (sloop), the, 229, 268. 
Robert (sloop), the, 231. 
Sarah (ship), the, 234. 
Suckey [Sukey], the, 275, 290. 
Thomas (ship), 237. 
William (ship), 240. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Joiners, 221, 223, 232, 233, 235, 237, 239, 267, 
277, 278, 293, 302, 303, 307. (See also 
Trades.) 
Jollif [galley], the, 237, 238. 

Sailor (sloop), the, 315. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Joseph and Sarah (brigantine), the, 241. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Joyliff's [JoliflPs] lane, 104, 105. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Joyners see Joiners. 
Judeth (sloop), the, 235. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Jueler see Jeweller. 
Julien's Restaurant, 123. 
Juno (brig), the, 282. (See also Ships, etc.) 

(ship), the, 283. 
Justices, 181, 187. 

Katharine (sloop), the, 239, 241. 

and Elizabeth (ship), the, 238. 
Katy (schooner), the, 311. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Kilby street, 124. (See also Streets, etc.) 
King Fisher [Kingfisher], the, 283, 299. 

George (ship), the, 239. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

street, 5, 23, 31, 42, 104, 106, 107, no, 
in, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 118, 119, 
121, 123, 125, 191, 202, 208, 237. (See 
also Streets.) 
Kingston (brig), the, 264. 

(sloop), the, 258, 260, 269. {See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Kirkwell, 251, 261. 
Kittery, 145. 

Kittey (sloop), the, 258, 274. 
Kitty (brigantine), the, 251. 

(sloop), the, 297. (See also Ships, etc.) 

Lace, 37, 38, 41. 

makers, 236. (See also Trades.) 
Lady Moor [or Moore], the, 311, 313. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Laguners [ ?] , 229, 240. 
Lamb (brigantine), the, 230, 241. (See also 

Ships, etc. ) 

Lancaster, 148, 149, 152. 
Lands or buildings, town, 3, 23,31,42, 49,51, 

61, 66, 224. 
at head of town dock, 224. 



Lands or buildings, 

Owners : 
John Allen, h., 3. 
Martha Bentley, h. and i., 12. 

Borland, 1., 12. 

Palfrey, s.l., 15, 

Dinely Wing, 1., 18. 
Eliak Hutchinson, 1., 19. 

John Cotton, ex., h., 26. 
osiah Keen, h., 27. 
Solo. Kneeland, h., 28. 
Rebecca Amory, h. and sh.,i3. 
John Knight, w.h. and 1., 28. 
Heirs of Capt. John Phillips, 

b.h., 31. 
Jona. Mason, h. and s., 33. 

Lindell, b., 42, in, 121. 

John Wheatly, | h., 42. 
Christr. Tilden, h.s. and 1., 

Tilden and Phillips, s.h., 47. 

Lendell, 1., 47. 

Christopher Tilden, h. and 1., 

47- 
Borland, s.c., 51. 

Palfrey, s.l., 52. 

John Rowe, s., 52. 
Prudence Brailsford, b., 56. 
Lidia Brown, c., 59. 

Joseph and Winter Calef, b.,. 

62. 

Sarah McNeall, h., 37. 
J. and W. Calef, 1., in, w., 

m.h. and s., 64, 1., 110, 117, 

118. 

Jos. Caleb, b., 66. 
Ebenr. Gushing and son, s., 

72. 

John Bullfinch, sh., 61. 
James Lamb, b., 75. 
Meriam Lawson, h,, 76. 
Joseph Lowden, s. and s., 77. 

Torrey, 1., 107. 

Thos. Marshall, b.h., Si. 
Capt. Comrin, b., 105. 

Parrott, 1., 104, 107. 

Hunt, h., 121. 

Hallowell, h., 107, 121. 

Deacon Salter, 105, 106, no, 

1., 121. 

Powell, h., 106. 

Mrs. Mary Jackson, h., 122. 

Wheatley, 106, 113. 

Mrs. West, h., 122. 

Dowse, 1., 109, 1 16. 

Peter Cotta, h., 122. 

Spooner, St., 123. 

Messrs. Box and Austin, w. 

h., 123. 
Col. Wendell, h. and 1., 106, 

108. 

Elisha Cook, 1., 106, in. 
Hon. John Erwing, w.h.,. 

123. 

Mr. Hastings, h., 123. 
Mr. Dalton.s.h., 123. 
Mr. Hall, w.h., 123. 
Mr. Calef, h., 223. 
Mr. Dawes, h., 123. 
B. Hallowell, h., 107, 123. 
Mr. Cazneau, h., 124. 
Thomas Hawkins, sh. and 

barn, 124. 

Haselton, b. sh., 124. 

Paul Baxter, sh., 124. 
Thos. Walley, I.,. in, 114. 

Brighton, 1., 112, 114. 

Harrod, b., 113. 

Richd. Foster, 1., 115. 
Jonathan Mason, h., 117. 

Prout, 1., 117. 

Melatiah Bourn, h., 118. 
Joseph Wheeler, 1., 181. 
Nathl. Loring, h. and 1., iSa 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



343 



Lands or buildings, 

Owners : 

Andrew Marriner, h. and L, 
182. 

Widow Flack, h., 182. 
Capt. Saml. Mould, 1., 182. 
Rev. James Allen, h., 182. 
Mrs. Joanna Buckley, h., 183. 
Walter Gutteridge, h., 183. 
Wm. Gibbons, h., 184. 
John Kilby, sh., 184. 
Spencer Phipps, 1., 184. 
Daniel Berry, h., 184. 
Wm. Hobby, h., 185. 
Mrs. Dorcas Peggy, h., 185. 
John Love, h. and I., 185. 
Benj. Brown, h., 185. 
Townsend, h., 185. 

Capt. David Robinson, 1., 186. 

Widow Wilkins, h. and I., 186. 
Mrs, Huldah Rainsford, h., 
186. 

Widow Hannah Waters, h., 

187. 

Daniel Epps, h., 187. 
Arthur Hale, h., 188. 
Eliakim Hutchinson, 1., iSS, 

207. 

Timothy Thornton, 1., 188. 
Arthur Smith, 1., iSS. 
John Bull, 1., joo. 
John Love, h., 190. 
Deacon John Attwood, 192. 

Capt. Timothy Clark, h., 192. 
James Seward, h., 193. 
Samuel Legg, h., 193. 
~ohn Foster, 1.,1Q3. 

ohn Goldthwaite, 1., 193. 

oshua Henshaw, 1., 194. 

STicholas Bow, 1., 194. 
Elisha Webb, 1., 194. 

Capt. John Foy, h., 194. 

Capt. Cyprian Southack, h., 
196, 1., 220. 

Capt. John Herbert, h., 196. 
Elder David Copp, 1., 197. 
John Barrell, h., 198. 
Thomas Wallis,h., 198. 

Justice Lyndes, 1., 201. 
ohn Greenough, 1., 201. 

John Harwood, h., 201. 
Daniel Epes, h., 201. 
Ebenezer Clough, h.,2oi. 

Allen, h., 203. 

Nathl. Elithrop, h., 203. 
Mrs. Wilkins, h., 203. 
Thomas Waters, h., 204. 
John Tuttle, 1., 204. 
James Grant, h., 204. 

Widow Joles, h., 204. 
John Goffe, 1., 204. 
Samuel Hood, 1., 204. 
John Bennit, 1., 205. 
"Zacheriah Trescott, 1., 205. 
John Leverett, 1., 206. 
William Skinner, h., 206. 
Saml. Wentworth, h., 207. 
Eliakim Hutchinson, 1., 207. 
Joseph Allen, sh., 208. 
Deacon Baker, sh., 211. 
Theodore Atkinson, 1., 212. 

Widow Moore, 1., 214. 
Samuel Cornabell, 1., 214. 
Daniel Bell, 1., 214. 

Stoddard, vv.h., 215. 

James Freeman, L, 215. 
Benj. Williams, 1., 215. 

John Manning, 1., 216. 
ohn Staniford, 1., 218. 
Stephen Minot, h., 219. 
Capt. Nathl. Green, 1., 212. 
Edward Grey, 1., 212. 

Butter, h., 213. 

David Colson, h., 213, 1., 224. 



Lands or buildings, 

Owners : 
John Oliver, sh., 214. 
Thomas Banister, 1., 217. 
John Allen, 1., 218. 
- Hunnewell, h., 219. 
William Payn, h. and I., 220. 
Samuel Lynde, l.,22O. 
Benj. Fitch, 1., 220. 
John Clark, Esq., 1., 221. 
Capt. Edward Willis, 1., 221. 
Edward Brom field, Esq., 1., 

222. 

Leonard Vassal!, Esq., \., 224. 
Hopestill Foster, 1., 223. 
James Varney, 1., 223. 
Lark (schooner), the, 246. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 
Law as to re-building London, 126. 

Boston, 113, 127. 
Lawrence (schooner), the, 271. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Lawyers, 270, 293, 302. 
Leather, 64, 65, 85, 104. 

dresser, 213, 242, 301. (See also 

Trades.) 
Leith, 268. 
Lemons, 22, 55. 
Leopard (brigantine) , the, 230. 

(schooner), the, 301, 311. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Leverett lane, 103, 104, 105, 106,110, 112,206. 

to widen, no. 
street, no, 118, 121. (See also 

Streets, etc.) 
Liberty (ship), the, 276. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Lignum vitse see Wood. 
Lime alley, 191. 

Linch alley, 188, 191. (See Streets, etc.) 
Linen, 2, 4, 6, 9, 13, 19, 29, 32, 33, 36, 37, 45, 

48, 53, 60, 76, 82, 87. 
Linseed oil, 224. (See also Oil.) 
Liquors, wines, etc., 16, 19, 22, 32, 33, 35, 

50, 56, 60, 68, 82. 
Lisbon, 233, 237, 240. 
List of sufferers by fire of Mar. 20, 124. 



Patience, 



scholars, 243, 318, 319. 
passengers on (schooner) 



243- 



(brig) Elizabeth, 

244. 
(sloop) Swallow, 

244. 

cows, 320, 321. 
Lists of Freemen, 133-80. 
Little Fortescue, 257. 
Lively (sloop), the, 289. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 
Liverpool, 259, 261, 268, 269, 270, 286,288, 

290, 292, 293, 294, 303, 304, 3', 3"3- 
Locksmiths, 236, 247. (See also Trades.) 
Logwood, 71. 

London, 100, 126, 233, 234, 235, 237, 238, 239, 
241, 242, 245, 246, 251, 252, 253, 
2 55> 2 56, 257, 258, 261, 264, 265, 

266, 267, 270, 271, 272, 274, 275, 

276, 277, 278, 279, 280, 282, 283, 
284, 280, 287, 290, 291, 292, 297, 

298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 

305,307. 39, 3', 3>2, 313. 3>5. 
3'6, 3'7- 

the, 261, 204, 290, 298, 304, 314. 
Long Island, 231, 235, 239, 241. 

lane, 192, 195, 206, 209, 219, 221, 223. 

(See also Streets, etc.) 
wharf, 222. (See also Wharves.) 
Lord Mayor, 127. 

Losses, accounts of, see Accounts. 
Louisburgh, 245, 249, 252, 254, 255, 257, 274, 

281, 282, 283, 284, 286, 209, 301, 309. 
Love street, 195, 201 . ( See also Streets, etc,) 
Lovely Betsey (schooner), the, 281, 308. 
Lovey (sloop), the, 245, 247, 249. 



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Lovy (sloop}, the, 275. 
Loyal George (ship), the, 239. 
Loyall Heine (ship), the, 234. 
Lucretia (brig), the, 300. 

(schooner) , the, 249. 
Lucy (schooner), the, 303, 306. 

(floop), the, 246, 247, 249, 250, 258, 261, 
263, 267, 273. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Luningburg, 250. 
Lydia (brigantine), the, 265, 274, 280, 290, 

298, 303, 3S. 
(sloop), the, 309, 313. 
Lyn [Lynn], 149, 151, 153, '55. '56, iS7 'SS, 

163, 293. 

Lyndes pasture, 201. 
Lynn street, 188, 191, 192, 224. (See also 

Streets, etc.) 

Lyon (skip), the, 287. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 

Maccarty's court, 104. (See also Streets, 

ttc.) 

Mackerel lane, 3, 81, 84, 104, 106, 107, 108, 
109, no, in, no, 124, 125^ 
191, 203, 205. 
street, 119, 120. (Seealso Streets, 

etc.) 

Madeira, 232, 235, 236, 237, 239, 257, 280. 
Madgilen see Magellan. 
Magellan, 274, 286, 299. 
Magistrates, 139, 148. 

of Ipswich, 139. 
Mahogany, 26, 31, 32, 40, 48, 86. 
Mairmaid see Mermaid. 
Maiden, 145, 148, 149, 150, 154, 155, 157, 158, 

159- 
Malt, 77. 

house, iSS, 191. 
Manchester, 244. 

(sloop), the, 234. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Mansion house, formerly belonging to Gov. 

Bellingham, 183, 184. 
formerly belonging to the late 

Gov. Leveret, 192. 
Manufactory, paper, 256. 
Maps, 36. 
Marblehead, 148, 150, 151, 155, 157. 

(ship), the, 242, 255. (Seealso 
Ships, etc.) 
Margalett, 252. 
Margaret (schooner), the, 281. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Mariners, 151, 183, 191, 192,193,212,217,229, 
230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 
239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 
248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 
257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 263, 264, 265, 266, 

274. 275, 27 6 . 
283, 2X4, 285, 
292, 295, 296, 
303. 304, 305, 
313, 3H, 3>6, 
Callings.) 



267, 268, 269, 270, 272, 27^ 
277, 278, 279, 2So, 281, 282 
286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 251 
297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302 



306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311 
317. (See also Trades or 
Marion's orchard, 225. 
Marlborough, 148, 152, 161, 163, 178. 
Marlborough street, 190, 198, 208. 
Marsh lane, 194. (See also Streets, etc.) 
Martha (ship), the, 235. 

(sloop), the, 229, 230, 233, 240. 
and Hannah (brigantine), tne, 230. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Marlinico (Martinique), 246, 249, 267, 276, 

279. 
Mary, the, 293. 

(barque), the, 234. 
(brigantine) , the, 242. 
(ship), the, 238, 257. 
(schooner) , the, 256, 267, 300. 
(sloop), the, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 
2 35> 2 37. 238, 240, 251, 260, 272, 306. 
and Abigail, 232. 

Ann (ship), the, 235. (See also 
Ships, etc.) 



Maryland, 100, 229, 230, 234, 235, 236, 244, 
245, 246,252, 263, 264, 268, 270, 291, 293, 
302, 306, 309, 313. 
Masons, 21, 42, 193, 214, 244, 285, 200, 296, 

300,306. (See also Trades.) 
Massachusetts (schooner), the, 315, 317. 

(sloof),ihe, 289. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
229, 237. 

Commonwealth of, 331 . 
Bay, Province of, ico, 101, 

102, 245, 289. 
Archives : 

Vol. XXXV., 158, 159. 

XXXVI., 159, 160, 

I'M, 162. 
XXXVII., 163. 

Mayflower (brigantine), the, 203. 
(schooner), the, 231. 
(ship), the, 236. 
(sloop) , the, 240. 
Mayler (ship), the, 308. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 
Meadford [Medford?], 145, 148, 151, 152, 153, 

154, 156, 157. 

Medfield, 151, 156, 177, 182. 
Meeting-houses : 

West meeting-house, 122. 
Friends', 124, 188. 
collections in the several, 

ico. 

at North End, 207. 
Old, 184. 

Queen's Chapel, 185. 
Quaker see Friends'. 
South, 198. 
near Summer, 215. 
Brattle street, 218. 
Church of Christ, 211, 219. 
New North, 219. 
Mendon, 152. 
Merchandize, 122. 

Merchants, 151, 21,7, 225, 229, 231, 232, 233, 
234, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 
242, 244, 245, 346, 247, 248, 249, 
250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 
257. 2 SS, 259, 260, 261, 263, 264, 
265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 
272. 273. 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 
279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 286, 
287, 288, 289, 291, 293, 294, 295, 
296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 
33. 34, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 
310,311,312,313,314,315,316, 

in London, 100. 
row, 199. 
Mercury (schooner) , the, 247, 259. 

(sloop), the, 238. 
Mermaid (brigantine) , the, 261, 295. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Message, Governor's, 127. 
Michael and Elizabeth (brigantine), 238. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Middle street, 192, 207, 221. (See also 

Streets, etc.) 

Middlesex Co. Court Records, 178. 
Middleton (sloop) , the, 232. ( See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Milk street, 3, 104, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 112, 
1:4, 115, 116, 117, nS, 119, 121, 124, iSS, 
192,203. (See also Streets.) 
Mill bridge, 181, 198, 223. (Seealso Bridge.) 
owners, 218. 
house, 21, 190. 
stone, 66. 
creek, 186. 

pond, iSS, 191, 199, 214, 215, 218, 222. 
water, 188, 218. 

north, 218. 
wind, 219. 
horse, 224. 
wright, 302, 308. 
Milliners, 236. (See also Trades.) 



INDEX or SUBJECTS. 



345 



Milton, 148, 149, 154, 172. 

Minehead (ship), the, 291. (Seealso Ships, 

etc.) 
Ministers : 

Rev. Mr. Wadsworth, 211. 

Lyon, 262. 

Dr. Increase Mather, 222. 
Mr. Rice, 261. 

Manning, 249. 
Sutton, 249. 
Rollenbuckler, 257. 
Edward Winslow, 258, 

259- 

Dan'l. Fuller, 266. 
Philps, 266. 
Kinlock, 287. 
Teal, 206. 

Ephraim Avery, 267. 
Wm. Augar, 270. 
Mears, 279. 
Kentow, 280. 
Williams, 287. 
Simon Moor, 290. 
Clarkson, 296. 
Geo. Seller, 297. 
Beach, 297. 
Budger, 297. 
Oakeum, 304. 
Eagleson, 305. 
Biles, 308. 
Palmer, 309. 
Wm. Moor, 314. 
John Clark, 315. 
James Greater, 316. 
Miscellaneous papers see Papers. 
Molasses, u, 17. 
Molley (schooner), the, 252, 254, 289, 303, 

308, 311, 314, 315, 3'7' 
(sloop), the, 253, 259, 262, 265, 291, 

293, 295, 297, 302, 309, 316. 
Molly (brig), the, 304. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Monies, I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, n, 12, 13, 
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 
26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 
38, 39. 4. 4" i 42, 43. 44, 45, 4 6 , 47, 4 s , 49. 
So,5i,S2.53.54.55-S6.57,5S.59. 60, 61, 
62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 
74, 75. 76, 77, 78, 79, So, Si , 82, 83, 84, 85, 
86, 87, 88, 89, go, g\, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 
98,99, 101. 

Monte Cristo, 262, 278, 303, 305. 
Mortar, 69, 70, 77. 
Mountserat (Monserrat?), 229, 230, 240, 

2 55- 

Muddy River, 169. 

Mulattoes see Negroes and Mulattoes. 
Mulbery (schooner) , the, 296. 
Murray or Murrey (schooner), the, 249. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Music teacher, 306, 308. ( See also Trades or 

Callings.) 
Mutton, 20. 

Nailors, 298. (See also Trades.) 
Nails, 7, 22, 27, 52, 62, 63,64, 66. 
Nancy (brig), the, 313. 

(bngdntine) , the, 257, 306. 
(schooner) , the, 248. 
(ship), the, 314. 

(sloop), the, 252, 259, 261, 264, 273, 
281, 287, 289, 290, 292, 297, 301, 302, 
307. ( See also Ships, etc.) 
Nantucket, 271, 282. 
Nassua (brig), the, 295. 
Nathaniel (ship) , the, 230. (Seealso Ships, 

etc.) 

Neck, the, see Boston Neck. 
Negroes and mulattoes, 19, 54, 59, 126, 227, 

228, 262, 292. 
free, 124, 245, 291. 
Nellam (brigantine), the, 260. 
Nelley (schooner), the, 254, 260. 
Neptune (ship), the, 230, 240, 286, 304. 



Neptune (sloop), the, -234, 239, 262. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Neutrals, French, 307, 317. (See also 

French.) 
Nevis, 296, 306. 
New Boston, 122. 
England, 181. 
Hampshire, 100, 238, 241. 
Jersey, 238, 305, 314. 
Liverpool, 291. 
London, 229, 231, 236, 237, 239, 254, 

260, 261, 297. 
North meeting-house, 219. (See also 

Meeting-houses.) 
Policy (sloop), the, 267. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Providence, 269, 274, 275, 295, 3:6. 
Swallow (brigantine), the, 248, 254. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
York, 100, 229, 231, 232,235,238,239, 
242, 244, 247, 248, 249, 252, 254, 255, 
256, 257, 262, 264, 268, 269, 274, 279, 281, 
282,285, 291,294, 295,301,303.305,307, 
309, 311, 314, 316. 
Newbury, 145, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 

156, 157, 162, 163, 272, 276. 
(schooner), the, 270. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

street, 188, 197, 198, 203, 206, 210, 
21 1, 222, 224, 225. (See also 
Streets, etc.) 
Newburyport, 313. 
Newcastle, 230, 237, 241, 250, 252, 256, 268, 

272. 
New England Historical and Genealogical 

Register, 180. 

Newfoundland, 235, 237, 241, 247, 248, 249, 
250, 251, 252, 257, 258, 259, 260, 262, 267, 
270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 281, 282, 284, 285, 
286, 288, 289, 294, 296, 297, 300, 307, 309, 
3x0,311,315,316. 
Newhaven, 240, 261. 

Newport (sloop) , 229. ( See also Ships, etc.) 
Newspapers : 

Post Boy and Advertiser, 122. 
North America, 122. 

Britton (sloop), the, 299. (Seealso 

Ships, etc.) 
burying-ground, 186. (See also 

Bury ing-places.) 

Carolina, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 236, 
238, 239, 240, 245, 246, 247, 
249, 251, 252, 255, 250, 
258, 259, 260, 262, 264, 266, 
267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 274, 

276, 278, 279, 2So, 2Sl, 2S2, 

285, 290, 393, 294, 295, 296, 
297, 298, 302, 303, 305, 313, 

3H, 3 1 ?- 
End, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 

188-9, I 9> '9 1 , : 9 2 > J 95> '9. 
199, 202, 203, 211, 213, 215, 221, 
223, 224. 

sundry inhabitants of the, 207. 
new, meeting-house, 218. (See also 

Meeting-houses.) 
water mills, 218. (Seealso Mill.) 
Northampton, 150, 151, 152, 153, 155, 157, 162, 



179. 
Northfield, 156. 



Notary Publick, 292. 

Notes see Sureties or Bonds. 

Nova Scotia, 244, 257, 259, 266, 270, 272, 273, 
277,279,280,281, 282, 285, 
291, 292, 293,294, 297,300, 
304,310, 311, 314, 315, 316, 

(schooner), the, 273, 275, 276, 
280, 284, 286, 287, 289, 290, 
291, 292, 295, 296, 298,301, 
302. ( See also Ships, etc.) 

Oath of freedom, 139. 
Oaths, 133. 



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Oil, 9, 24, 34, 70. 
linseed, 224. 
Old burying place, 192. (See also Burying 

places.) 

meeting-house, 184. (See also Meet- 
ing-houses). 
State House, 123. 
Olive (sloop), the. 276, 290, 292. 

Branch (schooner), the, 275. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Oliver street, 104, 106, in. (See also 

Streets, etc.) 

Oliver's bridge, 191. (See also Bridge.) 
. dock, 2, 103, 109, 113, 114, 119, 124, 
183, 214. (See also Wharves, etc.) 
Olives, 22. 
Onions, 77. 
Orange street, 189, 198, 201, 205, 206, 224. 

(See also Streets, etc.) 
Ordnance, 7, 202. 
Orkney Island, 274. 
Overseers of the Poor see Poor. 

Painters, 223, 240, 230, 256, 267, 330. (5^ 

also Trades.) 

Paoli (brig-), the, 315. (See also Ships etc.) 
Paper manufactory, 256. 
Papers : 

miscellaneous, i. 

original, i. 

Parliament of England, 126. 
Passengers' names on schooner Patience, 

243- 

brig Elizabeth, 244. 
floop Swallow, 244. 
Patience (schooner) , the, 243. 

and Judith (ship), the, 236. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Pattoon [pattern] maker?, 236. (See also 

Trades.) 

Patty (sloop) , the, 295. 
Peace and Plenty (briffantine), the, 251. 
Pearl (schooner), the, 260. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Pedlars, 232. 
Peggy (schooner), the, 267, 275, 280. 

(sloop), the, 249, 252, 262, 304. 
.and Hannah (brigantine), the, 274. 
Pell (briffantine), the, 253. 
Pellican (sloop), the, 229, 231. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Pemaquid, 152. 
Pembroke (briffantine), the, 256. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Perambulations see Surveys. 
Perriwig makers see Peruke makers. 
Peruke makers, 285. (See also Trades.) 
Petition of Andrew Hall, 131-32. 

Samuel Wentworth, 210. 
Phenix (briff), the, 290. 

(sloop), the, 245, 252, 264, 270, 274, 
290, 295, 305, 314. ( See also Ships, 
etc.) 

Philadelphia, 100, 231, 239, 245, 246, 247, 249, 
250, 252, 256, 257, 260, 261, 
262, 264, 265, 266, 268, 269, 
270, 272, 274, 275, 276, 277, 
278, 280, 281, 282, 283, 285, 
286, 287, 288, 289, 291, 292, 
294, 295, 297, 299, 300, 302, 
3S. 34. 3S. 35 308, 309, 
310, 311, 312, 313, 314, 316, 

3'7- 

grant, 100. 
Philip and Mary (briffantine), the, 240. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Phillip's wharf, iS2 (See also Wharves, 

etc.) 

Physicians, 234, 235, 241, 242, 248, 249, 252, 
254, 258, 261, 263, 268, 269, 270, 271, 276, 
279, 282, 283, 290, 302, 303, 304, 307, 308, 

3'. 3'5- 
Pickles, 55, 84. 
Pictures, 37, 40,44, 51 , 59, 67, 70, 76, 78, 83, 86. 



Pill (brigantine) , the, 266. ( See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Pilots, 254. (See also Trades or Callings.) 
Pine Apple (sloop), the, 235. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Pipers, 277. (See also Trades or Callings.) 
Piscataqua, 246, 247, 248, 258, 260, 264, 279, 

280, 290,308, 317. 
Pitch, 35. 
Plate, 37,41. 
Polley (schooner), the, 247, 267. 

(slot,p), the, 249, 264, 266, 268, 269, 

2 79. 3S. 3'- 

Polly (brigantine), the, 259, 272, 289, 297. 
(schooner), the, 314. 
(sloop), the, 246, 259, 262, 280, 285, 289, 

310. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Pond street, 197, 209, 210. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 

Pool's wharf, 183. (See also Wharves, etc.) 
Poor : 

Overseers of, 61, 84, 126. 
list of, 101. 
Poppett (brig), the, 294. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 
Pork, n, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 22, 23, 27, 29, 31, 

33, 45, So, 53, 55, 5^, 68, 69, 70, 73, Si. 
Port arrivals, 245-52. (See also Im- 
migrants.) 
Cumberland, 20. 
Porto Rico, 273. 
Portuguese, 281. 
Portsmouth, 125, 151, 152, 277. 
Post Boy and Advertiser, 122. (See also 

Newspapers.) 

Potash makers, 278. ( See also Trades.) 
Potatoes, 5, 9, 22, 67, 70, Si, 85. (See also 

Vegetables.) 

Potters, 314. (See also Trades or Call- 
ings.) 

Powder see Arms and Ammunition, 
horn, 88. 



Pratt (ship), the, 282, 292, 299, 303. 

Df Orange (sloop), the, 283. 



(See 



Prince . 

also Ships, etc.) 
street, 193, 197, 204, 211. (See also 

Streets, etc.) 
of Wales (ship), the, 261. 

Portingal [Portugal?], the, 236. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Printers, 236, 269, 313. (See also Trades, 

etc.) 
Priscilla, the, 246, 282, 300. 

(schooner), the, 288. 
Prosperity (briffantine) , the, 278. ( See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Providence, 245, 255, 256, 265, 295, 298. 

(sloop), 231, 261. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Province, the, see Massachusetts Bay, Prov- 
ince of. 

Provisions, 122. 
Pudding Lane, 104, 105, 107, 108, 115, 122, 

124, 195. (See also Streets, etc.) 
Purchase (sloop), the, 314. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

street, 120. (See also Streets, 
etc.) 

Quaker lane, 107, 108, 123, 124. (See also 

Streets, etc.) 
meeting-house, 124, iSS, 226. (See 

also Meeting-houses.) 
Quakers, 100, 188. 

Quebec, 249, 250, 252, 253, 254, 260, 270, 272, 
274, 281, 282, 2SS, 292, 293, 295, 297, 300, 

3"> 305, 3, 307, 3", 3 l6 > 317- 
Queen street, 223. (See also Streets, etc.) 
Queen's chapel, 185. (See also Meeting- 
houses.) 

Rainbow (schooner), the, 281, 300, 306, 311. 
(sloop) , the, 265, 272, 277, 281 . ( See 
also Ships, etc.) 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



347 



Ranger (schooner), the, 248. 

(sloop), the, 247, 250, 252, 256, 260, 
268, 271, 279, 292, 294, 295, 296, 298, 
3'. 33. 306, 307, 308, 31 1 ,.313, 316. 
(See also Ships, etc.) 
Rangers, The, 283. (See also Troops.) 
Raynsford lane, 193. (See also Streets, etc.) 
Razors, 45. 

Reading, 145, 151, 154, 157, 163. 
Rebecca, the, 240, 278, 313. ( See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Receipts, land, 14. 

Records, documents, etc., 127, 321-29. 
of the Council, 127. 
Colonial : 
Vol. I., J 33-4- 
II., 142-45. 
IV., 145-52. 

V., 153-57- 
Court : 

Vol. VI., 162. 
Redding see Reading. 
Rents, 2, 3. 
Repairs, 5, 27. 

Reports, 106, 107, 108, 113, 121. 
Representatives, house of, 126, 127. 
Restoration (ship), the, 234. 
Revenge (sloop), the, 236. (Seealso Ships, 

etc.) 

Rhode Island, 229, 233, 238, 240, 254, 256, 
258, 260, 263, 265, 268, 276, 287, 292, 295, 

3*3, 3>S- 
Rialto (sip),the, 294. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Ribbon weavers, 236. (5V* also Trades.) 
Richard and John (ship), the, 235. 
Riga (ship), the, 233. 
Robert (sloop) , the, 230. 

and Elizabeth (ship), the, 234. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Ropemakers, 185, 206, 212, 217, 220, 225, 233, 

266. ( See also Trades, etc.) 
Ropewalk, 185, 206, 207, 212, 217, 220, 225. 
Rose (sloop), the, 372. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Rosin, 9. 

Rossuni see Rosin. 

Rowley, 148, 149, 151, 154, 155, 157, 244. 
Roxbury, 145, 148, 149, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 

'ST. >S9> ! 7 > >S'> 20I > 202, 209, 39- 
Royal Artillery, 122, 316. 

Regiment, 244. (See also Troops.) 
Charlotte (br iff online), the, 248. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Ruby (schooner), the, 266. 

(sloop), the 254, 255, 266, 276, 291. 

(See also Ships, etc.) 
Rumney marsh, 204. 

Saco, 146, 148. 

commissioners, 146. 
Saddle, 19, 33, 34, 50, 61, 65, 75, 82. 
Saddlers, 291, 302. 
Sailmakers, 225, 233, 239, 242, 256, 263, 269, 

276, 278, 317, 320. (See also Trades.) 
Sailors see Mariners. 

Salem, 114, -142, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 

iS4 '55. >S6, 159, 245.282, 296, 316. 

street, 196, 201. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 

Salisbury, 153, 160. 
Salley (origantine), the, 256, 260. 

(sloop), the, 245, 247, 249, 272, 276, 

285, 289, 313. 

Sally (schooner), the, 269, 275, 279, 308, 314. 
(ship), the, 100, 264, 266. 
(sloop), the, 294, 298, 300, 306, 307, 

309, 316. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Salt, n, 17, 74, 77, Si, 83, 122, 182, 215. 
house, 182, 183, 190, 204. 
lane, 205. (See also Streets, etc.) 
works, 215. 

Salutation Tavern, 216. ( See also Taverns.) 
Sandwich, 244. 



Sarah, the, 235, 271. 

(sloop), the, 231, 291. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Satin, 38. 

Savage's wharf, 190. ( See also Wharves ) 
Sawyers, 330. ( See also Trades.) 
Scarlett's wharf, 190, 203. (See also 

wharves.) 

School street, 213, 222. (See also Streets.) 
house, 224. 
masters, 238, 243, 257, 276, 284, 285, 

297,301,304, 305- 
scholars, list ot, 243, 318, 319. 
School House lane, 185. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 
Schools, South writing, 318, 319. 

visitation of, 318, 319. 
Sconce see Beacon. 

Sconce Lane, 1 20. (Seealso Streets, etc.) 
Scorton Policy (sloop), 245. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 

Scotland, 251, 259, 278, 281. 
Seaflower (sloop), the, 230 232, 235, 241, 252, 



258, 274, 278, 308, 317. 
i Gul" 
etc.) 



Sea Gull (sloop), the, 313. (See also Ships, 



street, 190, 211. (See also Streets, etc.) 
Sebella see Sibella. 
Secretary, the, 1 26. 
Sedgewick (ship), the, 236. (See a/so Ships, 

etc.) 
Selectmen, 61,67, Si, 89, 126, 127, 148, 237, 

266, 321,331. 
list of, 101. 

Semeset see Somerset. 

Sencua (sloop), yx), (Seealso Ships, etc.) 
Servants, 287, 288. 
Sewer see Drains. 

Sheafe street, 22$. (Seealso Streets.) 
Sheepscott, 297. 
Sherborn, 177. 

Sherburn (sloop), the, 248. (Seealso Ships.) 
Ship street, 200, 209, 211, 216, 217, 224. (See 

also Streets, etc.) 
builders see shipwrights, 
wrights, 213,232, 242, 244,276,296, 321. 

(Seealso Trades.) 
yards, 123. 

Ships, vessels, etc., 229, 230, 231, 233, 234, 
235. 236, 237, 238, 239, 
240,241, 242,243, 244, 
245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 
250,251, 252,254,255, 
2 5. 257, 258, 259, 260, 
261, 262,263, 264, 265, 

266, 267, 20S, 269, 270, 



286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 
291, 292, 293,294,295, 
296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 
301,302,303,304,305, 
306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 
311,312,313,316,317. 

man-of-war, 15, 284. 
sails, 8, 16, 32, 49, 52, 

61,65,68. 

boats, 16, 35, 43, 61, 72. 
oars, 35, 61. 
cable, 43, 49. 

Shoemakers, 232, 234, 236, 251, 254, 257, 261, 
264, 26*5, 269, 272, 276, 280, 281, 283, 285, 
295, 298, 299, 304, 308, 312, 313, 315, 316. 
(See also Trades.) 

Shoes, 4, ii, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 23, 24, 27, 

39. 3. 33. 37, 39, 4', 42, 44, 47, 4> 5. S 1 . 

S 2 , 55, 57, 65, 66, 68, 70, Si, 82, 83, 84, 86. 

Shopkeepers, 225. (See also Trades or 

Callings.) 
Shrimpton's lane, 194. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 

Sibella (brigantine), the, 267, 269, 272, 275. 
(Sec also Ships, etc.) 



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Sign of the Bull, 186. (See also Taverns.) 
Silk, 37, 38, 39, 41,60. 

dyer, 276, 310. (See also Trades.) 
Silver, 4, g, 10, 12, 75, 86. 

smiths, 236, 290, 317. (See also 
Trades.) 
Sixty-fourth Regiment, 312. (See also 

Troops.) 

Slaughter-house, 21 1, 214. 
Srowhill, 211. 

street, 220. (See also Streets.) 
Snuff, 25, 38, 69. 
Soap, 2, 5, 6, 13, 15, 16, 18, si, 24, 26, 27, 30, 

3', 33. 45. 47.. S3, 61,69, 77,81. 
boilers, 249,283, 296, 300. (See also 

Trades.) 
Society (sloop) , the, 239. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Soldiers, 236, 240, 246, 247, 249, 250, 254, 262, 
263, 264, 265, 267, 268, 272, 282, 283, 286, 
289, 293, 296, 297, 298, 299, 301, 302, 309, 
310, 311, 312, 315, 316, 330. (See also 
Troops.) 
Somerset (sloop), the, 252. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 
Southack's square, 220. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 
South Battery, 17, 88, 107, 123, 125, 182. 

(See also Batteries.) 
Carolina, 230, 231, 232, 235, 239, 242, 
254, 256, 363, 264, 280, 283, 291, 293, 
36, 3'S- 
End, 181, 186, 187, 189, 106, 197, 198, 

2O2, 2O9, 211, 212, 213, 2l6, 217, 225. 

Hould, 229. 

meeting-house, 198. (See also Meet- 
ing-houses.) ' 
writing school, 318, 319. (Seetolso 

School.) 
Sparrow (sloop), the, 290. ( See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Spectacles, 74. 
Speadwell or Speedwell (brig), 300. 

(brigantine) , the, 

23,6. 

(schooner) , the, 
245, 250, 264, 287, 

29S,297- 

(aloof), the, 229, 
23', 235, 236, 240, 
242, 245, 250, 264, 
287,295, 207,301, 
303, 305, 307, 39, 
3>2, 3H, 316- 
(See also Ships, 
etc.) 

Spinning-wheel, 31, 32, 36, 70, 76, So, 85, 
86. 

Springfield, 144, 148, 149, 150, 151, 153, 154, 

'55, '56, 157, '62. 
Squaril see Squirrel. 
Squid (schooner), the, 262, 272, 285, 310. 
Squirrel (brig), the, 265, 292, 304. 
St. Andrews (sloop), the, 307. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Augustine, 314. 
Christopher's, 231, 234, 235,240, 260, 277, 

296, 30S- 

Croix, 289, 291, 294, 300, 303, 307. 
Crpix, the, 287, 306. 
Elizabeth (schooner), the, 361. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Eustatia, 248, 250, 268, 276, 282, 292, 293, 

302. 

Johns, 260, 274, 289, 293. 
Kitts, 307, 309. 

(b r 'ff)> the, 297. ( See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Martin's, 245, 251, 255, 256. 
Peter's, 260. 
Peter and St. Andrew (sloop) , 235. ( See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Thomas, 241, 305, 307. 
Uber, 246. 



Stamford or Standford (sloop), the, 247, 249, 

252, 268, 279. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Starch, 77. 

Starr tavern, 207. (See also Taverns.) 
State House, Old, 123. 

street, 123, 125. (See also Streets, etc.) 
Still house see Distilleries. 
Stationer, 280. 

Staymakers see Corset-makers. 
Sterling (sloop), the, 289, 293. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Castle, 276. 
Stoughton, 296. 
Streets, highways, and byways : 

new, to lay out, 107, 121, 126, 127. 
to widen, 104, 107-8, 112, 126. 
rearrangement, 105-21. 
Milk, Mackrel Lane, King, Water, 
Leverett Lane, Maccarty's Court, Pud- 
ding Lane, Joyliff's Lane, Atkinson, 
Oliver, Batterymarch, Quaker Lane, 
Horn Lane, Leverett, Common, Bread, 
Mackrel, Purchase, Sconce Lane, Lev- 
erett, Washington, WilliamsCourt, Con- 
gress, Kilby, Batterymarch, Sudbury, 
Henchmann's lane, Green lane, Coney's 
lane, School House lane, Union, Linch 
alley, Newbury, Shore, Lynn, Orange, 
Winter, Sea, Bennet, Fish, Marlbor- 
ough, Lime alley, Long lane, Middle, 
Summer, Charter, Prince, Shriinpton's 
lane, Marsh lane, Creek lane, Hanover, 
Love, Cross, Fleet, Salem, Hull, Trea. 
mount, Cambridge, Cow lane, Pond, 
Cold, Ship, Beer lane, Salt lane, Anne, 
Frojig lane, School, Atkinson lane, 
Brattle, Snowhill, Queen, Sheafe, West, 
Southack's square. (See also under 
several names.) 
Succeedwell (sloop), the, 239. 
Success (brigantine), the, 235, 241, 254. 
(schooner) , the, 286, 299. 
(ship), the, 236. 

(sloop), the, 238, 252, 257, 259, 261, 
270, 274, 286, 314. (See also 
Ships, etc.) 
Suckey. See Sukey. 
Sudbury, 148, 150, 152, 154, 155. 
Sudbury street, 182, 194, 215, 221, 222. (See 

also Streets, etc.) 
Suffield, 156. 
Sugar, 2, 15, 23, 35, 39, 47, 67, 73, 75, 77, 82. 

baker, 263, 270, 300. 
Sukey (ship), the, 308. 

(,</oo/),the,3i3. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Summer street, 192, 196, 208, 215, 217, 222, 

224. (See also Streets, etc.) 
Sureties or bonds, 14. 
Surgeons, 296. 
Surrenam [Surinam], 229, 230, 231, 232, 238, 

239. 2 4, 304. 
Surveyors, 288, 311, 312. 
Surveys, 12, 104-21. 
Susan (sloop), the, 252, 263. 

and Sarah (sloop), 231. 
Susannah (schooner), the, 246,294, 295, 306, 

307, 309. 

Susanna (sloop), the, 258, 264, 276, 279. 
Swallow (brigantine), the, 234, 280. 

(sloop), the, 244, 249, 253, 254, 255, 
257, 259, 261, 263, 264, 267, 270, 
273. 275, 278, 280, 283, 289, 291 , 



c.) 



295, 3", 37> 3'- 

Swan (sloop) , the, 229. ( See also Ships, et 
Swansey [Swansea], 279. 
Swift (bngantine) , the, 252. 
Sybella (sloop) , 283. 

Sylvia (sloop), 301, 302. (See also Ships, 
etc.) 




INDEX or SUBJECTS. 



349 



Tallow, 6, 13, 35, 59, Si. 

chandlers, in, 197, 240, 261. (See 

also Trades.) 
Tanneries, 124, 220. 
Tanners, 104, 111,140,190,220,302,306. (See 

also Trades.) 
Tannery lane, 190, 222. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 

Taunton, 262. 
Tape makers, 321. (See also Trades, 

etc.) 

Tar, 1,17, 27. 
Taverns : 

Blue Anchor, 12. 
Brazen Head, 122. 
Bunch of Grapes, 123, 237. 
Sign of the Bull, iS6. 
Castle, 205. 
Starr, 207. 
Salutation, 216. 
Taxes : 

Excise, 126. 
Tea, 16, 35, 39. 
Teneriff', 241, 289. 
Tertuda [Tortugas?], 234. 
Thankful (schooner), the, 290. 

(sloop), the, 255. 
Thames (ship), the, 286, 299. 
Themes (brigantine), the, 266, 2S2. 
Thomas (ship), the, 242, 265, 275, 284,298, 

308, 

and Samuel (ship), the, 270, 282. 
Three Brothers (schooner), the, 293. 

Friends (sloop), 247, 248, 265, 266, 
269, 270, 271, 275, 277, 278, 281, 282, 
291,295,304,306,307,308. 
Marys (ship), the, 240. 
Partners (sloop), the, 251, 263, 276, 

280. (See also Ships.) 
Timber, i, 22, 62, 63, 72, 77. 
Time-piece, 83. 
' Tin, 32, 59. 
Tobacco, 6. 

tobacconists, 271, 311. (See also 

Trades.) 
Tomahawk, 44. 
Topsam see Topsham. 
Topsfield, 149, 152, 155, 157, 159. 
Topsham, 233, 240. 

Tools, i, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, ii, 14, :6, 19, 20, 24, 27, 
35. 43, 45, 47, 5. 5'. S*> S3, 55, 57, 59, 61, 
6$, 7, 7', 72, 73, 74, 77, 73, 3, 84. 
i ortola, 274. 

Tortuda [Tortugas ?] , 234, 235. 
Town treasury, 126. 
to rebuild, 126. 
dock, 181, 184, 202, 224, 225. 
slip see dock. | 
House, 208, 329. 
records, 321-29. 
Trade, 126, 249. 

Traders, 244, 245, 246, 249, 250, 253, 256, 257, 
258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 268, 
269, 270, 271,273, 274, 276, 277, 278, 279, 
280, 281, 282, 283, 286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 
291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 299, 300, 301, 302, 
33, 35, 37> 3oS, 309, 310, 312, 313, 316, 
3'7- 
Trades or Callings : 

cordwainer, 3, 232, 239. 
carpenters, 122, 124, 214,219, 
221, 223, 225, 233, 236, 244, 
247, 2 49, 250, 25", 2 5 2 , 2 53, 
2 54, 2 55, 256, 259, 263, 266, 
268, 275, 282, 285, 292, 294, 
295, 296, 297, 301, 302, 304, 
306, 309, 3>> 33- 
barbers, 285, 294, 295, 303, 306, 

3<i, S'S- 

blacksmiths, 21, 122, 124, 125, 
182, 186, 189, 197, 199, 200, 
205, 211, 213, 214, 216, 225, 
232, 236, 2o~3, 270, 271, 274, 
278, 283, 285, 291, 307, 330. 



Trades or Callings : 

bakers, 123, 260, 263, 268, 280, 

281, 283,292, 295,311, 314. 
curriers, n, 124, 236, 28o. 
gunsmiths, 124. 
chair makers, 124, 239. 
chaise makers, 124, 277. 
boat builders, 77, 125, 188, 215, 

273, 275, 314- 
man, 212. 
ship joiner, 61. 
brewers, 103, 197, 198, 216, 247, 

25, 3>- 

masons, 21, 42, 193, 214, 244, 

285, 290, 206, 306. 
joiners, 221, 223, 232, 233, 235, 

237, 239, 259, 298, 302, 303, 

37- 

soap boilers, 249, 283, 296, 300. 
blockmakers, 103, 113, 185, 

189, 283, 294, 316. 
tanners, 104, in, 190, 220,302, 

306. 

dyers, 276, 284. 
tallow chandlers, in, 197, 240, 

261. 

waiters, 317. 
ropemakers, 185, 206, 212, 220, 

225, 233, 266. 
goldsmiths, 191,204,236, 262, 

263, 271, 295,300,307. 
weavers, 192, 233, 236, 247, 277, 

283, 284, 298, 308, 314, 316, 

330. 

music teachers, 306. 
chocolate grinders, 330. 
butchers, 211, 214, 254, 264, 

267, 271, 292, 294, 300, 301, 
312. 

mariners, 183, 191, 192, 193, 
212, 226, 227, 228, 230, 231, 
232, 233, 236, 237, 238, 239, 
240, 241, 242, 243, 253, 255' 
256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 
263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 
270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 

276, 277, 279, 280, 285, 286, 
289, 290, 291, 292, 295, 296, 

297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 

Si', 3'2. 

gardeners, 291, 303. 
wigmakers, 113. 
printers, 236, 269,313. 
leather dressers, 213, 242, 301. 
sawyers, 330. 

shipwrights, 213, 232, 242, 321. 
coopers, 49, 214, 234, 236, 238, 

239, 242, 250, 251, 254, 262, 

268, 269, 274, 283, 284, 285, 
292, 295, 298, 304, 306, 307, 

33- 

housewrights see Carpenters, 
pipers, 277. 
varnishers, 221. 
painters, 223, 249, 250, 256, 267, 

27', 307, 33- 
hosiers, 224, 240, 247, 286, 303, 

317. 

bricklayers, 219, 233. 
glovers, 224, 232, 238, 279. ' 
tape makers, 321. 
shopkeepers, 225. 
sailmakers, 225, 233, 239, 242, 

263, 269, 276, 317, 320. 
shoemakers, 232, 234, 236, 257, 

261, 264, 265, 269, 271, 272, 

277, 281, 283, 285, 290, 295, 

298, 209, 304, 305, 306, 308, 
3'2, 3'3- 

locksmiths, 236, 247. 
upholsterers, 233, 234. 
bleachers, 277. 
wheelwrights, 285, 293. 
pattoon [pattern] makers, 236 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Trades or Callings : 

surveyors, 288, 311, 312. 

silversmiths, 236, 290. 

caulkers, 314, 330. 

lace makers, 236. 

corset makers, 306. 

milliners, 236. 

ribbon weavers, 236. 

tailors, 236, 245, 249, 260, 264, 
272, 275, 277, 283, 285, 292, 
295, 298, 302, 306, 3"i 3'S, 
3'7- 

millwright, 302, 308. 

farmers, 241, 245, 247, 248, 249, 
253, 254, 266, 261, 262 263, 
265, 266, 267, 268, 270 271, 



2&I 



. 273, 279, 283, 285 
294 
35 



290, 291 
297. 298, 



292, 
34. 



308, 309, 311, 314, 315 



306, 



317- 
tobacconis 



lists, 211, 318. 
button makers, 236. 
clothiers, 306, 308. 
woolcombers, 236. 
bookbinders, 293. 
watchmakers, 237, 261, 284, 

285, 288, 296, 312. 
nailers, 298. 
engravers, 237, 238. 
cape makers, 238. 
cabinet makers, 239, 240, 317. 
bookkeepers, 260. 
husbandman, 242. 
clockmakers, 268, 298. 
fishermen, 204, 243, 244, 248, 
252, 253, 262, 269, 271, 272, 
2 73i 276, 289, 300, 301, 303, 
310. 

silk dyer, 276. 
jeweller, 246, 275. 
coachmen, 263, 293, 317. 
hatters, 246, 271, 381, 295. 
distillers, 250. 
saddlers, 291, 302. 
engineers, 253, 264, 266. 
pilots, 254. 
peruke makers, 285. 
dancing masters, 283. (See also 

under their several heads.} 
Training field see Boston Common. 
Treamount Street, 196. (See also Streets, 

etc.) 

Treasury, public, 126. 

Tristram, the, 271,277. (See also Ships, etc.) 

Troops, 122, 226, 244, 245, 254, 255, 257, 260, 

265, 282, 283, 287, 293, 294, 304, 309, 310, 

3". 3'3. 3 1 ?- 
True Britton (brigantme), the, 248. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Trumpets, 65. 

Truth and Daylight (ship), the, 232. 
Tryal (schooner), the, 246, 258, 260, 263, 273, 

291. 
(sloop), the, 229, 230, 232, 235,246,269, 

287. (Set also Ships, etc.) 
Turk Island, 231, 297, 303, 313. 
Turpentine, 17, 35. 
Twenty -fifth regiment, 261. 

ninth regiment, 287, 293, 294, 310, 

3'3. 3'7- 
Two Brothers {sloop), the, 230, 231,239,241, 

253, 254- 
(ship), the, 304. 
Friends (sloop), 231, 254, 255, 265, 310, 

3i5- 
Sisters (sloop), 233, 251, 255, 257, 259, 

2S 4 . 

Under [?], the, 204. 
Union (brig), the, 292. 

(sloop), the, 231,236, 246, 271. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Union street, 187. (See also Streets, etc.) 



United Committee, 223. 
Unity (brig), the, 289. 

(sloop) , the, 230, 247, 249, 250, 255, 268, 

274, 279, 309. ( See also Ships, etc.) 

Upholsterers, 233, 234. (See also Trades.) 

Vanson (brigantine) , the, 256. 

(briff), the, 245. (See also Ships, 

etc.) 

Varnishers, 221. (See also Trades.) 
.Vegetables, 5, 9, 22, 50, 61, 67, 70, Si, 85. 
Velvet, 37, 38, 41. 
Vigo, 278. 

Vigorus (schooner), the, 297. 
Vinegar, 33, 50, 61 . 
Vineyard (sloop), the, 233. 
Virgin (sloop), the, 295. 
Virgin's Venture (sloop), the, 235. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 
Virginia, 229, 230, 231, 232, 256, 267, 300, 302, 

306. 
Visitation of South Writing School, 318, 

319. (See also Schools.) 
Votes, 126, 127. 

"Wafer, 45. 

Waiters, 317. (See also Trades or Callings.) 

Walnut, 26,40, 43. S>> 52, 54. 5 6 . 57>67,75.S5. 

Wannam, 244. 

War, the late, 123. 

Wards or Precincts : 

\VardNo. I II., 330. 

IV., 330. 

VI., 321-29. 

VI., 330. 
VII., 330. 

x., 330. 

XI., 330. 
XII., 330. 

Warehouses, 2, 5, 108, 109, no, 113, 122, 123, 
125, 182, 183, iSS, 189, 191, 
193, 194, 197, 199, 202, 208, 

213, 214, 215, 219, 221, 222. 

one hundred and seventy-five, 
consumed in fire of March 
20, 1750, 126. 
Washington street, 122, 124. (See also 

Streets, etc.) 
Watch, 41. 

makers, 237, 261,285, 288, 296, 312. 

(See also Trades.) 
Watchmen, 330. 
Water mill, 188, 218. (See also Mill.) 

street, 28, 76, 104, 105, 107, 108, 109, 
no, in, 112, 115, 116, 118, 119, 121, 
123, 124, 198, 199, 208. (See also 
Streets.) 

Watertown, 145, 148, 149, 150, 151, 158, 160. 
Wax, 59. 
Weatherell (ship), 296, 307. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Weavers, 192, 233, 236, 247, 277, 283, 298,304, 

308, 316, 330. ( See also Trades.) 
Weights and measures, 6, 12, 23, 26, 28, 32, 
33. 36, 4. 4 6 . 5 6 > 58, 6. 61, 6 i 6 7> 69. 74. 
77. 85. 
Wells, 146. 

commissioners of, 146. 
Wendell's wharf, 8, 123. 

shops on, destroyed by 
fire, 124, 125. (See also 
Wharves.) 

Wenham, 151, 155, 156, 157, 162. 
West India rum, 19. (See also Liquors, 

Wines, etc.) 

meeting-house, 122. (See also Meet- 
ing-houses). 

street, 224. (See also Streets.) 
Westfield, 150, 154, 155. 
Weymouth, 145, 148, 149, 151, 152, 153, 154, 

'55, 157. J6 3. '73, 24'. 256. 
Wharves, etc. : 

Oliver's dock, 2, 103, 109, 114, 119, 
124, 183, 214. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



351 



Wharves, etc. : 

Wendell's wharf, S, 123. 

Griffon's wharf, 122. 

town dock, 181, 184, 202. 

Phillips' wharf, 182. 

Barnes' wharf, 182. 

Pool's wharf, 183. 

Savage's wharf, 190. 

Scarlett's wharf, 190. 

Butler's wharf, 213. 

Long wharf, 222. 

Hutchinson's wharf, 224. 
Wheeler's Pond, 181. 
Wheelwright, 293. (See also Trades.) 
White Haven, 241. 
Widows, 228, 231, 232, 233. 

list of, 228. 
Wig, 50, 56, 68, 75, 78. 



, 50, 56, 68, 
block, 33. 



maker, 213. (See also Trades.) 
William (bngantine) , the, 268, 284, 296. 
. (sA/)>),the, 315. 

(sloop), the, 254, 265. 

and James, 238. 

and Mary (brigantine), the, 232, 

256,265. (See also Ships, etc.) 
Williams court, 122. (See also Streets, 
etc.) 



Willingmind (sloop), the, 255, 257. 
Willmott (brig), the, 287. (See als 



'so Ships.) 



Wills: 

William Webster, 221. 
Windmill, 219. (See also Mill.) 
Windsor, 308. 

(sloop), the, 307, 316, 317. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 

Wine coopers, 294. (See also Trades, etc.) 
\Vinter-Bourn (ship), the, 237. (See also 

Ships, etc.) 
Winter street, 189, 190, 191, 199, 220. (See 

also Streets, etc.) 
Woburn, 145, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 

155, 157, 160. 
Wolf (briffantine'), the, 251, 274, 313. (See 

also Ships, etc.) 

Wood, 4, 5, 8, 9, n, 12, iS, 21, 22, 24, 30, 31, 
3S3 6 4 2 .43. 45. 5'. 59. 61, 62, 63, 
64,69,71,78,87, 123. 
cord, 2, 15, 17, 21, 24, 28, 29, 31, 33, 
. 35. 47, 5. 53. 55. 79. 82, 83, 84, 85. 
indwellings, to discountenance, 126. 
Wool, 65, 86. 

cards, 29, 88. 

combers, 236, 260, 284. (See also 
Trades, etc.) 

Yarmouth (sloop), the, 247, 256. 

(See also Ships, 



York, 157. 
< 



York (sloop), the, 233. 
etc.) 



INDEX OF NAMES, 



Aaciye, 178. 

Abbat, 149. 

Abbie, 159. 

Abbitt, 136. 

Abbot, 149, 150, 153, 165, 167. 

Abbott, 133, 134, 220, 241, 279. 

Abbute, 162. 

Abby, 155, 157- 

Abdee, 165, 170. 

Abell, 133, 134. 

Abernathy, 296. 

Abrahams, 274, 321, 324, 330. 

Acher, 269. 

Ackley, i, 89. 

Ackors, 169. 

Ack worth, 313. 

Adams, 136, 139, 141, 143, 144, 162, 177, 194, 
2>S. 241,293. 36> 37 3'S, 3'9. 3 2 , 3 2I > 
. , 323- 

Adamson, 304. 

Adarson, 305. 

Adarton, 291,306. 

Addams, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 152, 154, 161, 
164, 165, 166, 169, 171, 173, 176, 177. 

Addington, 145, 151, 164, 178, 330. 

Addison, 312. 

Adger, 153. 

Adkins, 195. 

Agar, 133, 243. 

Ahajar, 252. 

Aiers, 244. 

Ainsworth, 171. 

Air, 124. 

Aires, 161, 219. 

Airy, 271. 

Aitken, 259, 268. 

Akely, 321. 

Akins, 248. 

Albespe, 260. 

Albey, 142. 

Albispe, 261. 

Albye, 143, 150. 

Alcock, 153, 165, 292, 310. 

Alcocke. 133, 134, 136, 146. 

Alden, 150, 236. 

Alderidge, 176. 

Alderman, 139. 

Alderton, 166. 

Aldis, 176. 

Aldishe, 140. 

Aldridge, 137, 144, 153, 173, 176, 263. 

Alen, 226, 227. 

Ale worth, 134. 

Alexander, 162, 179, 180, 317, 325. 

Alford, 2, 89, 1 19, 161, 167, 191. 

Alin, 151. 

Aline, 142. 

Alkin, 297. 

All, 311. 

Allcock, 2, 89. 

Alldis, 158. 

Alleine, 166. 

Allen, 3. 89, 113, 120, 125, 133, 134, 136, 139, 
141, 143, 144, 148, 156, 164, 166,168, 160, 
182, 188, 203, 208, 209, 218, 228, 233, 239, 
240, 243, 249, 252, 254, 256, 274, 280, 284, 
288, 302, 318, 319, 322, 326, 327. 

Alleyne, 139. 



Alliburton, 259. 

Allice, 161, 179. 

Allin, 148, 150, 153, 156, 160, 173, 176, 177. 

Alline, 179, 180. 

Allise, 140. 

Allison, 305. 

Allord, 162. 

Allward, 257. 

Allyn, 156, 165, 285. 

Alvares, 281 . 

Alverd, 179, 180. 

Am, 241. 

Ambros, 142. 

Ambrose, 298. 

Ameil, 318. 

Amery, 151. 

Ames, 144, 320. 

Amesbury, 312. 

Amey, 167. 

Amistreale, 153. 

Amory, 150, 251,323. 

Amos, 149, 278. 

Amsden, 161. 

Anderson, 140, 151, 229, 235, 252, 261, 276, 

284, 293. 

Andrew, 152, 156, 159, 160, 161. 
Andrewesj 135, 136, 137, 146. 
Andrews, 140, 156, 160, 165, 167, 171, 17^ 

212, 239, 251, 266, 272, 289, 320, 323. 
Andrus, 162. 
Angel, 175. 
Anger, 140. 
Angerson, 295. 
Angier, 146, 292. 
Angur, 147. 
Angus, 308, 310. 
Annabel, 270. 
Ansley, 316. 
Anthony, 277, 302. 
Antill, 165. 
Antrum, 142. 
Antwisdal. 236. 
Apleton, 137, 156, 157, 320. 
Appleton, 4, So, 317. 

Apthorp, 5, 89, 100, 125, 282, 295, 297, 329. 
Aram, 237, 238. 
Archard, 149. 
Archer, 133, 141, 262. 
Archibald, 269. 
Ardolle, 228. 
Arive, 288. 
Arty, 241. 
Armes, 179. 

Armitage, 138, 139, 168, 220, 238. 
Armott, 312. 
Arms, 327. 
Armstrong, 319. 
Arnall, 140, 163, 173. 
Arnit, 278. 
Arnol, 143. 

Arnold, 233, 235, 240, 310. 
Arnoll, 136. 
Arrington, 231. 
Arthur, 165. 
Asburn, 268. 

Ash, 245, 285, 288, 291, 307. 
Ashber, 156. 
Ashburn, 269. 



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CITY DOCUMENT Xo. 100. 



Ashdon, 174. 

Ashley, 153, 155, 166. 

Ashly, 235. 

Ashton, 330. 

Askins, 316. 

Aspinwall, 133, :34, 143, 169, 

Astell, 233. 

Asting, 150. 

Astwood, 139. 

Aswood, 137. 

Aterey, 173. 

Atherton, 138, 151, 171, 172. 

Atkins, 152, 161, 164, 165, 233, 246, 247, 263, 

271, 274, 285, 290, 302. 
Atkinson, 137, 142, 167, 206, 207, 212, 216, 

221. 292. 
Alien, So. 
Attwood, 192, 233. 
Atwood, 144, 145, 153, 157, 158, 167, 237,245, 

249, 253, 254, 255, 259, 261, 263, 264, 267, 

270, 273, 275, 278, 280, 283, 289, 291, 292, 
204, 207, 310, 313, 316. 
Audebert, 5, 89, 120, 125, 319. 
Audlin, 153. 
Augar, 270. 
Aughterson, 300. 
Augur, 166, 167. 
Aullice, 158. 
Austin, 101, 103, 104, 105, ioS, no, 112, 113, 

114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 121, 123, 146, 

1 5, 153. 2 S 2 > 2 53> 2661 326. 
Authur, 239, 281. 
Avary, 316. 
Averly, 275. 

Avery, 142, 153, 176, 250, 267, 296, 313, 32$. 
Avesson, 157. 
Avis, 166, 183. 
Awry, 158. 
Ayer, 148, 166. ' 
Ayers, 89, 169. 
Ayres, 156, 184, 216. 

Babb, 146. 

Babbage, 182, 197. 

Bable, 175. 

Babridge, 148. 

Bacheller, 163. 

Bachiler, 138, 143. 

Bachilor, 140. 

Backer, 160. 

Bacon, 144, 148, 152, 159, 160, 171, 174, 175, 

176, 265, 319, 320. 
Badcock, 167, 172, 290. 
Badger, 152, 252; 262, 267, 297. 
Bagle, 175 
Bagley, i62, 174; 
Bagnell, 268. 
Bailey, 89, 90, 151, 174, 286, 290, 296. 

Baj'y. '73, 74.24'. 2?'. 3"- 

Baird, 261 . 

Baker, 6, 90, 113, 114, 124, 135, 137, 139, 141, 
142, 1^4, 145, 146, 148, 151, 153, 154, 163, 
164, 165, 166, 167, 170, 171, 175, 176, 179, 
211, 238, 240, 251, 252, 256, 263, 274, 278, 
297,298,301,318,325. 

Balch, 155, 243, 325. 

Balche, 134. 

Balden, 301. 

Baldin, 150. 

Balduin,- 148, 269. 

Baldwin, 150, 160, 179, 280, 303. 

Baldwine, 145. 

Bale, 145, 168. 

Baley, 168, 214, 254. 

Ball, 145, 146, 155, 156, 158, 159, 162, 171, 297, 
301, 307', 318. 

Ballard, 139, 155, 158, 161, 163, 166, 218, 230, 
320,322. 

Ballentine, 165. 

Ballingall, 268. 

Balshe, 133. 

Balston, 164, 167, 168. 

Balstone, 133. 

Bambridgc', 136. 



Banantin, 252. 

Banckes, 146. 

Bancroft, 142, 282. 

Band, 156. 

Bane, 386. 

Banfield, 282. 

Bangs, 8, 9, 89, 90, 124, 272. 

Banister, 188, 190, 199, 208, 217, 233. 

Bankroft, 154. 

Bapson, 148. 

Barage, 327. 

Barbar, 177. 

Barber, 144, 150, 171, 227, 231, 235, 308, 322, 

Barbor, 239. 

Barbore, 141. 

Barbur, 164, 176, 177. 

Barcker, 141. 

Barclay, 276. 

Barely, 247. 

Bardall, 179: 

Bardin, 87, 89. 

Bardon, 10. 

Barger, 239. 

Barker, 140, 151, 152, 154, 162, 166, 323. 

Barkr [Barker?], 154. 

Barloe, 179. 

Barlow, 146. 

Barmalyne, 269. 

Barnad, 98, 124. 

Barnard, 150, 151, 154, 162, 165, 166, 174, 178, 

179, 227, 294, 303, 324. 
Barnat, 165, 242. 
Barnes, 10, 89, 90, 124, 141, 143, 152, 153, 155, 

161, 164, 175, 182, 203, 220, 226, 236, 240, 

244, 247, 268, 285, 300. 
Barney, 166. 
Barns, 161. 
Barnssley, 284. 
Barny, 135. 
Barr, 275. 

Barrat, 147, 156, 168, 198, 203. 
Barratt, 295. 

Barrel!, 143, 198, 203, 204, 255, 300, 313. 
Barret, 146, 153, 219, 253, 259, 263, 272. 
Barrett, 101, 146, 179, 298. 
Barrey, 285. 
Barrill, 143. 
Barritte, 101. 
Barroc, 268. 
Barron, 247. 
Barrone, 141. 
Barrow, 294. 
Barry, 284, 286. 
Barsham, 138. 
Barsto, 160. 
Bartelmew, 141. 
Bartholmew, 155, 168. 
Bartholmewe, 136. 
Bartholomew, 179. 
Bartholomewe, 138. 
Bartlet, 138, 149, 151, 154, 156, 157, 250. 
Bartlett, 136, :8o, 271, 305. 
Bartlles, 228. 
Bartol, 150. 
Barton, 152, 186, 314. 
Bartux, 296. 
Bascker, 260. 
Bascomb, 180. 
Bascome, 150. 
Bass, 162, 173, 193, 238, 247, 255, 266, 274, 

282, 291, 295, 318, 319, 320. 
Basse, 135, 144, 147, 157. 
Basset, 10,90, 125, 169. 
Bassett, 163. 
Bast, 303. 
Bastowe, 137. 
Baswell, 288. 
Batchelor, 148, 149. 
Batchelr [Batchelor], 136. 
Batchiler, 147, 150. 
Bate, 137, 151, 152, 173, 174, 175. 
Bateman, 134, 141, 142, 160, 164, 166, 168, 173. 
Bates, 137, 138, 139, 156, 158, 163, 273. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



355 



Batholmew, 168. 

Batsons, 146. 

Batt, 150, 151, 169, 272. 

Batte, i3Q. 

Battell, 237. 

Battelle, 176. 

Battellee, 176. 

Batter,. 1 37, 139. 

Battle, 147. 

Baxter, 11, 89, 124, 134, 173, 236, 244, 260. 

Bayard, 285, 319. 

Bayey, 149. 

Bayle, 160. 

Bayley, 5, u, 149, "62, 163, 321, 326. 

Bayly, 140, 145, 147, 149, 150, 151, 153, 155. 

Bazin, 318. 

Beach, 169, 297. 

Beachamp, 142. 

Beadseley, 137. 

Beal, 249, 252. 

Beale, 137, 139, 151, 155, 174, 175. 

Beales, 147. 

Beals, 264, 280. 

Bean, 273, 300. 

Beard, 143, 150, 153, 167, 270, 285. 

Beardsley, 264. 

Beares, 138. 

Bears, 255, 279. 

Bearsto, 176. 

Beaton, 124. 

Beauchamp, 206. 

Beaver, 290. 

Beck, 169. 

Becke, 136. 

Beckman, 235, 242. 

Bedford, 236, 274. 

Bedforde, 228. 

Bedgood, 240. 

Bedortha, 162. 

Bedwell, 166. 

Bee, 276. 

Beecher, 134. 

Beekman, 229. 

Beels, 287. 

Beers, 147. 

Beetlle,.227. 

Beffington, 291. 

Beg, 304. 

Begaloo, 160. 

Begolo, 160. 

Beighton. 12,90, 109, 112, 114. 

Belchar, 134, 140, 161. 

Belcher, 53, 95, 139, 150, 166, 168, 173, 187, 

199, 202, 209, 218, 219, 221, 304, 300, 319. 
Belden, 152. 
Belding, 179. 

Belknap, 148, 161, 167, 369, 319. 
Belknop, 165. 
Bell, 137, 193, 2:4, 229, 230, 237, 251, 269, 286, 

292,304,312,318,320,331. 
Belligner, 236. 

Bellingham, 137, 141, 183, 184. 
Belnap, 270. 
Bels, 245. 
Beman, 160, 171. 
Bemen, 171. 
Beinis, 167. 
Bend, 168. 
Bcndall, 135. 
Bender, 324. 
Bendor, 303. 
Benel, 253. 
Benham, 133. 

Benjamin, 134, 148, 149, 178. 
Benne, 176. 

Bennet, 137, 139, 151, 168, 169, 243. 
Bennett, 54, 89, 124, 184, 239, 271, 280. 
Bennit, 205. 
Bennoi, 307. 
Benseley, 137. 
Benson, 154, 175, 176, 262. 
Bent, 140, 266, 311, 316. 
Bentley, 12, 91. . 

Berbett, 327. 



Berger, 99. 

Bergman, 309. 

Bernard, 136, 148, 164. 

Berry, 142, 174, 184, 196, 287, 291, 295,319, 

328. 

Bersto, 170. 
Bessell, 153. 
Bessin, 315. 
Bethune, 222, 329. 
Betsham, 137. 
Betty, 280. 
Bevrs, 178. 
Bickford, 150, 152. 
Bickmore, 13, 90. 
Bicknel, 174. 
Bicknell, 189. 
Bidfeild, 141. 
Biggilo, 158. 
Biggs, 135- 
Bigolouh, 178. 
Biles, 308. 

Bill, ico, 156, 161, 164, 229, 233, 294. 
Billindg, 143. 
Billing, 141, 147, 172. 
Jillingham, 238. 
Billings, 151, 160, 323. 
Bimelbe, 172. 
Bingham,3is. 
Bingley, 151, 167. 
Binney, 287, 302, 327. 
Birch, 171. 
Bircher, 138. 
Birchford, 254. 

Bird, 143, 144, 151, 160, 171, 241,259, 319. 
Bisco, 160. 
Biscom, 321. 
Biscomb, 301. 
Bishop, 143, 159, 171, 251. 
Bishope, 142. 
Bishopp, 137. 

Black, 150, 246, 262, 289, 309, 322. 
Blackborne, 139. 
Blackden, 284. 
Blackdon, 308. 
Blackdoor, 261. 
Blacke, 143, 160. 
Blackeleach, 136. 
Blackman, 54, 90, 148, 160, 171. 
Blackmon, 55. 
Blackmore, 239, 257. 
Blackston, 169. 
Blackstone, 133, 238. 
Blackwell, 167. 
Blagden, 259. 
Blagdon, 257. 
Blague, 164, 169. 
Blair, 269, 298, 300, 305, 315. 
Blaize, 234. 
Blake, 13, 14, 42, 90, 91, 125, 139, 143, 14;, 

HS, 153, 164, 171, 172, 176, 243, 252, 267, 

277. 287, 303, 3'5, 330- 
Blanchar, 163. 
Blanchard, 141, 145, 166, 174, 238, 256, 284, 

, 3 ' 7 ' 
Blanton, 143. 

Blany, 153. 
Blasdell, 327. 
Blatt, 154. 
Blazdell, 162. 
Bleake, 272. 
Bleay, 235. 
Bligh, 152, 163. 
Blin, 239, 204, 304. 
Blindman, 141. 
Blinn, 241. 
Blish, 226. 
Bliss, 162. 
Blisse, 142, 162. 
Blodgett, 318. 
Bloget, 145. 
Blogget, 1 60. 
Bloice, 178. 
Bloise, 139. 
Blondell, 241. 



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Blood, 141, 158. 

Blossam, 244. 

Blott, 136. 

Blount, 195. 

Blovel, 315. 

Blow, 28 1. 

Blower, 161. 

Blowers, 258. 

Bloyce, 141. 

Bloyett, 137. 

Blumfeild, 136. 

Blunt, 162. 

Blushe, 166. 

Blynn,3i 3 . 

Blyth, 330. 

Blythe, 166. 

Boabston, 164. 

Boade, 146. 

Boami, 241. 

Boardman, 152, 153, 229, 236, 240. 

Boden, 147, 169. 

Bodie, 309. 

Bodman, 169. 

Bodwell, 166. 

Boeames, 166. 

Bogle, 167. 

Boies, 15, 89, 93. 

Boilestone, 226. 

Bointon, 140, ig6. 

Bois, 319. 

Boles, 170. 

Bolt, 166. 

Bolter, 175. 

Bolton, 168, 171. 

Boltwood, 178, 179, 180. 

Bond, 146, 160, 161, 165, 174, 222, 265, 269. 

Bonighton, 147. 

Bonner, 165, 240, 249, 279. 

Bonyngne, 243. 

Boodey, 263. 

Boone, 168, 215. 

Booru, 244. 

Bootefishe, 136. 

Booth, 146, '155. 

Borden, 271. 

Bordman, 145, 158. 

Borell, 163. 

Boreman, 136, 156, 172. 

Borland, 15, 51, 91, 99, 109, 112, 215. 

Bosset, 161. 

Bosweth, 249. 

Bosworth, 135, 137, 148, 152, 155, 175, 176, 

271,295. 
Boucher, 315. 
Bouker, 163. 
Boules, 146. 
Boulter, 145, 147. 
Boulton, 143, 171. 
Bound, 251. 
Bounde, 138. 
Bourbonnel, 315. 
Bourden, 178. 
Bourke, 260, 288. 

Bourn, 16, 101, 105, 109, 117, 118, 125, 326. 
Bourne, 136, 141. 
Bourroughs, 247. 
Boutineau, 314. 
Boutwell, 139, 163. 
Bovey, 330. 
Bow, 181, 104. 
Bowcker, 228. 
Bowden, 262. 
Bowdoin, 103, 104, 105, 107,108, 109, no, 

111,112,113,116,117, 118,119, 120,121, 

127. 

Bowelis, 140. 

Bowen, 139, 159, 171, 227, 257, 284. 
Bowes, 181, 286, 321, 329. 
Bowker, 157. 

Bowles, 16, 17, 89, 125, 155, 166, 248, 278, 293. 
Bowman, 133, 178, 301, 304. 
Bowstreete, 139. 
Box, 123,321. 
Boyard, 251. 



Boyce, 125. 

Boyd, 293, 295, 304, 316. 

Boyde, 277, 305. 

Boyden, 144, 177. 

Boyer, 311. 

Boyes, 247, 263. 

Boyles, 284. 

Boyleston, 170. 

Boynton, 154, 157. 

Boyse, 139, 142. 

Bozworth, 168, 175. 

Brace, 259. 

Bracket, 137, 143, 148, 150, 151, 153, 155, 173, 

320. 

Brackett, 168, 323. 
Bradberry, 140. 
Bradbuth, 154. 
Braddick, 229, 236. 
Brade, 158. 
Braden, 275. 
Bradeway, 153. 
Bradford, 102, 142, 149, 166, 236, 244, 246,. 

256, 267, 269, 290, 302, 305, 324. 
Bradhurst, 170. 
Brading, 165. 
Bradish, 168. 
Bradlee, 318. 

Bradley, 171,251,292,313,322. 
Bradshaw, 151,323. 
Bradstreet, 147, 152. 
Bradstreete, 136, 137. 
Bragdon, 146, 283. 
Brailsford, 56, 124. 
Brakenbury, 134, 135, 151. 
Braley, 279. 
Braman, 157. 
Brancen, 146. 
Branch, 144. 
Brand, 133, 145, 147. 
Brandishe, 146. 
Brandon, 168. 237. 
Brane, 172. 
Branfield, 260. 
Branker, 134. 
Brarboun, 154. 
Brarye, 179. 

Brattle, 17,91,99, 161, 189. 
Bray, 168, 288, 314. 
Brayde, 234. 
Brazier, 319, 326. 
Bread, 153, 155, 157, 163. 
Brcck, 17,91,92, 139, 171,320,323. 
Breeck, 160. 
Breed, 232, 244, 316, 322. 
Brenock, 313. 
Brenton, 135, 293, 302. 
Brett, 230, 258, 283, 287, 299. 
Breusler, 151. 
B re war, 145. 
Brewer, 135, 142, 152, 154, 158, 171, 195, 200,, 

3 Z 5- 

Breznia, 282. 
Briant, 253, 313, 316. 
Brick, 144. 
Bricke, 177. 
Brickhead, 234. 
Bridge, 136, 139, 140, 151, 164, 192, 214, 225, 

250, 280. 

Bridgeman, 180. 

Bridges, 141, 144, 151, 163, 271, 312. 
Bridgewater, 226. 
Bridgham, 90, 143, 153, 154, 164, 168, 190, 192, 

246. 



Bridgman, 153. 
Brien, 260, 298. 
Brigden, 137. 
Brigford, iS, 89. 



Briggam, 138. 

Briggs, 18, 90, 165, 171, 174, 211, 216, 217, 

226, 256, 264, 271. 
Brigham, 161. 
Bright, 18, 19, 56, 57, 58, qo, 91, 125, 136, 144. 

150, 160, 290. 
Brightman, 254. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



357 



Brigs, 271. 

Brike, 151. 

Brilesford, 90, 243. 

Brimmer, 327. 

Brinley, 321, 328. 

Brinnen, 289. 

Brinnon, 276. 

Brinsmead, 150. 

Brinsmeade, 138. 

Brintnall, 321. 

Brisco, 141, 165. 

Briscoe, 161. 

Brise, 159. 

Briskow, 142. 

Britton, 232. 

Broad, 150, 283. 

Broadbear, 283. 

Broadstreet, 263. 

Brocas, 282. 

Brock, 142, 247, 262. 

Brockington, 271. 

Brocks, 310. 

Broclebank, 157. 

B rod well, 314. 

Broig, 302. 

Bromfield, 90, 222, 282. 

Bronsdon, 161, 166, iSS, 199, 200, 213. 

Bropdwell, 316. 

Bro'ok, 240, 272. 

Brooke, 137, 139, 145, 146. 

Brooker, 234. 

Brookes, 145, 151. 

Brooking, 167. 

Brooks, 151,232,241,262,277, 281, 292, 300, 
308. 

Broughton, 167, 193. 

Broune, 155, 157. 

Brounett, 259. 

Browen, 162. 

Brown, 58.60, 89, 90, 92, \oi, 124, 160, 179, 

185, 190, 227, 235, 240, 243, 249, 250, 251,- 

255, 259, 261, 263, 266, 267, 281, 283, 290, 

293. 301, 32 303, 34. 3. 39. 3'. 3". 

, 3'3. 3'7. 3'8. 

Browne, 19,60, 133, 134, 135, 136, 138, 139, 
140, 141, 144, 145, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 
'54. S<5, 157. 'SS, 163, 164, 167, 169, 171, 
'93. 323- 

Browning, 168, 293. 

Browninge, 138. 

Bruce, 267, 275, 290, 294, 308. 

Bruer, 157. 

Brumfeild, 161. 

Brumigin, 286. 

Brumit, 255. 

Brumskett, 258. 

Brush, 160. 

gry, 153. 

Bryan, 240, 247, 272. 

Bryand, 308. 

Bryant, 151, 233, 265, 273, 275, 278, 288, 320. 

Bryen, 260. 

Bryon, 245. 

Bryson, 293. 

Buck, 140, 253, 298. 

Buckan, 284. 

Buckannan, 296. 

Buckelay, 255. 

Buckenloss, 296. 

Bucker, 306. 

Buckford, 152. 

Buckland, 136. 

Buckley, 91, 169, 183, 310, 318. 

Buckmaster, 170. 

Buckminstr [Buckminster], 177. 

Bucknam, 61, 89, 124, 158. 

Bucknell, 153. 

Buckner, 167. 

Budd, jfyj, 

Bufford, 286. 

Bug bee, 170. 

Bugbey, 159, 170. 

Bugby, I3.T, 134. 

Bugenan, 270. 



Bulckley, 136. 

Bulfinch, 19, 20, 49, 89, 90, 142, 225, 272. 

Bulgar, 134. 

Bulkeley, 139, 142, 288. 

Bulkely, 20. 

Bulkley, 150. 

Bull, 138, 163, 165, 175, 190, 232, 240. 

Bullard, 141, 149, 158, 168, 176, 177. 

Bullen, 141. 

Bulley, 247. 

Bullifant, 227. 

Bullin, 154, 177. 

Bulling, 257. 

Bullis, 167. 

Bullock, 143. 

Bumstead, 321, 331. 

Bumsted, 140, 161. 

Buncar, 136. 

Bunting, 282. 

Burback, 310. 

Burbank, 155. 

Burbanke, 140. 

Burbeck, 318. 

Burch, 299. 

Burcham, 139. 

Burden, 138. 

Burdick, 318, 323. 

Burdsall, 139. 

Burges, 218, 221. 

Burgin, 311 . 

Burgis, 165, 168. 

Burk, 20,90, 260, 261, 272, 306, 311. 

Burn, 288. 

Burnap, 163. 

Burnell, 166, 193. 

Burnes, 282. 

Burnet, 21, 124, 152, 252, 309. 

Burnett, 90. 

Burnham, 150, 276. 

Burnm, 150. 

Burns, 148, 254. 

Burr, 133, 134, 157, 174, 175, 226. 

Burrage, 142. 

Burrel, 269. 

Burrell, 165, 166, 174. 

Burril, 157. 

Burrill, 158, 163. 

Burrington, 185. 

Burrough, 224. 

Burroughs, 234, 259, 309, 31 1, 319. 

Burrow, 305. 

Burslin, 133. 

Burslyn, 134. 

Burt, 144, 155, 157, 162, 180, 252, 297. 

Burthen, 158. 

Burtin, 315. 

Burton, 136, 166, 292, 206, 300, 303. 

Bury, 146. 

Busbey, 138. 

Busby, 145. 

Bush, 146, 178. 

Bushnell, 297. 

Bushon, 261. 

Bushrodd, 180. 

Buss, 152. 

Busse, 129. 

Buswell, 141, 160. 

But, 172. 

Butcher, 154, 164. 

Buteler, 161. 

Butlar [Butler?], 135, 136,316. 

Butler, 62, 90, 139, 144, 145, 156, 164, 166, 168, 

169, 201, 203, 213, 238, 248, 262, 273, 284, 

291, 297. 
Butnck, 144. 
Butt, 160. 
Butter, 148. 

Butterfeild, 143, 156, 158, 167. 
Butterick, 154. 
Butterworth, 140. 
Butters, 265. 
Buttler, 253. 
Buttller, 227. 
Button, 135, 142, 247. 



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Buttolph, 141, 151, 169. 
Buxton, 156, 159. 
Byam, 142, 156, 158. 
Byfield, 164, 294. 
Byley, 162. 
Byram, :38. 
Byrditt, 137. 
Byrn, 298. 
Byxbe, 159. 

.Cablle, 227. 

Cadole, 271. 

Cadvvell, 153. 

Cady, 178. 

Cahoone, 240. 
' Cain, 250, 301. 

Cairel, 265. 

Cakebread, 135, 154. 

Calden, 268. 

Calder, 261. 

Caldwell, 315. 

Caleb, 276. 

Calef, 21, 22, 62, 65, 66, 104, 110,111, 112, 
117, 118, 123, 124, 187, 246, 255, 261, 304. 

Caleff, 264. 

Calender, 161. 

Calf, 266, 290, 298, 314, 323, 325. 

Calfe, 90. 

Call, 149, 150, 322. 

Callahan, 260, 272. 

Callahane, 298. 

Calland, 173. 

Callehan, 272. 

Callender, 233, 307. 

Callo, 251. 

Caloon, 264. 

Calvad, 238. 

Caman, 174. 

Cambal, 251. 

Cambell, 272, 273, 289, 314. 

Gamble, 168, 254, 287. 

Cambridge, 306. 

Camer, 169. 

Camerin, 277, 287. 

Cameron, 259, 264, 280, 300, 304. 

Cammeron, 312. 

Camp, 317. 

Campbell, 195, 200, 232, 250, 258, 264, 277, 
296, 33- 

Camron, 259. 

Candash, 91. 

Cannon, 167, 309. 

Canot, 277. 

Cantlebury, 175. 

Canturen, 259. 

Canutt, 311. 

Capen, 135, 137, 148, 152, 153, 165, 171, 172, 

324- 

Carary, 152. 
Carby, 275. 
Caree, 156. 
Carell, 315. 
Carewell, 290. 
.Carey, 197, 271, 285, 330. 
Carington, 137. 
Carlen, 312. 
Carleton, 14?. 
Carlett, 282. 
Carmichall, 283. 
Carnes, 319, 321, 331. 
Carney, 274, 306. 
Caroline, 294. 
Carpenter, 140, 166, 251. 
Carr, 252, 253. 
Carran, 251. 
Carre, 160. 
Carreck, 91. 
Carrel, 257, 263. 
Carrell, 290. 
Carren, 258. 
Can-ill, 288. 
Carriwood, 276. 
Carrol, 248. 
Carroll, 90, 124. 



Carslake, 242. 

Carter, 135, 138, 143, 144, 154, 169, 207, 210, 

312. 

Carthew, 161, 160. 
Carthy, 288. 
Carton, 257. 
Cartwrignt, 279. 
Carty, 312. 
Carver, 165. 
Carwitheus, 201. 
Cary, 231, 232, 233, 261, 306, 329. 
Casely, 138. 

Casey, 169, 170, 244, 270, 284, 286, 328. 
Cashman, 271. 
Casneau, 90, 275, 297, 305. 
Casney, 255. 
Cassell, 22. 
Cassey, 246. 
Casswell, 22. 
Casten, 310. 
Castle, 165, 167. 
Caswall, 91. 
Caswell, 234. 
Cathcart, 231, 280. 
Cathwright, 267. 
Caton, 274. 
Cattom, 311. 
Caul, 314. f 
Caule, 140. 
Cauly, 153, 284. 
Cavenaugh, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 295, 296, 

301. 

Caveneaugh, 298. 
Cavenougn, 262. 
Cawkin, 142. 
Cayne, 139. 

Cazneau, 124, 303, 313, 328. 
Cearl, 232. 
Ceasey, 248, 251. 
Chabrito, 285. 
Chad, 308. 
Chadborn, 145. 
Chadorne, 145. 
Chadwell, 150, 163. 
Chadwick, 155, 158. 
Chadwicke, 133, 134, 147. 
Chafe, 138. 
Chafey, 286. 
Chaliver, 276. 
Chalton, 247. 

Chamberlain, 159, 229, 240. 
Chamberlaine, 148. 
ChamberJen, 158. 
Chamberlin, 139. 
Chamberline, iSS, 230. 
Chamberlyn, 169, 175. 
Chamberly'n, 174, 175, 176. 
Chambers, 256, 311. 
Chambrlin [Chamberlin], 143. 
Champion, 169. 
Champne, 166. 

Champney, 147, 154, 323, 326, 331. 
Champneys, 147. 
Champnyes, 137. 
Chancey, 154. 
Chancy, 152. 

Chandler, 67, 90, 149, 156, 197, 254, 262, 294. 
Chanler, 140. 
Chapen, 154. 
Chapin, 144, 173. 
Chaplaine, 137. 
Chaple, 241. 
Chaplin, 157, 172. 
Chapline, 142. 
Chapman, 135, 153, 169, 247, 261, 294, 297 

, 316,318,324. 
Chappell, 140. 
Chapron, 265. 
Chapun, 141. 
Chard, 147, 155, 168. 
Charlag, 294. 

Chase, 133, 135, 233, 250, 302, 315. 
Chasley, 262. 
Chaulkly, 144. 



INDEX OF XAMES. 



Chauncey, 164. 

Chaundler, 140. 

Checkley, 23, in, 125, 157, 169. 

Cheenery, 177. 

Cheeny, 170, 171, 177. 

Cheesebrough, 134. 

Cheeseholme, 137. 

Cheever, 23, no, 125, 144, 155, 166, 168, 169. 

Cheevers,9i, 149, 155, 175. 

Cheiny, 159. 

Chelett, 144. 

Cheney, 138, 148. 

Cheny, 148, 151. 

Cherry, 319. 

Chester, 284. 

Chevalier, 241. 

Chevelier, 258. ' 

Chichester, 234. 

Chicke, 170. 

Chickering, 14:, 150, 155, 176. 

Chickley, go. 

Chicklie, 161. 

Chickly, 144. 

Chickry [Chickory?], 141. 

Child, 147, 178, 230, 263, 324. 

Childe, 133, 167, 168. 

Childs, 170. 

Chilld, 160. 

Chinery, 176. 

Chipman, 245, 303, 315. 

Chisman, 239. 

Chock, 169. 

Christian, 251. 

Christopher, 192, 302. 

Christy, 266. 

Chubbuck, 151, 154, 174, 175. 

Church, 102, 133, 144, 158, 179, 262, 282, 289, 

3' . 37. 39- 

Churchill, 268. 

Chuse, 263. 

Claey, 24. 

Claire, 257. 

Clap, 147, 148, 149, 154, 156, 162, 169, 171, 172, 
176, 270, 328. 

Clapp, 135, 137, 139, 179, 286, 292. 

Clarey, 250. 

Clark, 24, 84, 91, 115, 156, 179, 181, 183, 184, 
189, 192, 194, 207, 221, 236, 240, 242, 243, 
247, 251, 256, 259, 264, 270, 287, 288, 290, 
295, 30S, 39. 31, 3", 3' 2 . 3'3. 35> 3'6, 
318, 319. 

Clarke, 139, 140, 141, 145, 146, 147, 149, 151, 
152, 153, 154, 156, 157, 161, 162, 164, 165, 
166,' 168, 169, 170, 173, 177, 179, 202, 218, 
223, 226, 230, 233, 243, 248, 257, 261, 264, 

275. 278. 2 79. 322. 
Clarkson, 274, 295. 
Clary, 179, 260. 
Cleane, 147. 
Cleanesby, 150. 
Clearke, 133. 
Cleary, 263. 
Cleas, 309. 
Cleaves, 294. 
Cleavland, 158, 284. 
Cleesbey, 165. 
Cleesby, 165. 
Clefton, 162. 
Clemens, 329. 
Clement, 137, 288. 
Clements, 320. 
Clepp, 144. 
Clerk, 133. 
Clerke, 134, 116. 
Clesby, 161. 
Clesson, 180. 
Clevin, 309. 
Clewly, 309. 
Clifford, 153, 154. 
Clift, 284. 
Clinston, 313. 
Clipton, 141. 
Cload, 166. 
Cloe, 169. 



Cloise, 178. 
Clooke, 144. 
Clough, 142, 147, 161, 165, 166, 184, 186, iSS, 

190, 195, 196, 201, 219, 319, 321,327, 330. 
Clouse, 262. 
Clout, 166. 
Cloys, 154. 
Clues, 273. 
Cluston, 256. 
Clutterbucke, 161. 
Coakly, 320. 
Coalborne, 141. 
Coates, 230. 
Coats, 255. 
Cob, 272. 
Cobb, 90, 124, 234, 239, 241, 243, 255, 281, 303, 

34, 320. 

Cobbet, 139, 152. 
Cobbett, 258. 
Cobbitt, 141, 156. 
Cobham, 167, 168. 
Coby, 165. 
Cock, 152, 204. 
Cockei-am, 139. 
Cockeran,28S. 
Cockery, 287. 
Cockle, 299. 

Cockran, 260, 264, 271, 284, 286, 293. 
Cockren, 262, 283. 
Cocks, 90, 266. 
Coddington, 137. 
Coden, 229. 
Codnar, 164. 

Codner, 200, 235, 247, 265. 
Codogan, 146. 
Coe, 136, 
Coffe, 260. 
Coffen, 248, 251. 
Coffin, 25, 90, 255, 256, 272, 277, 287, 318, 319, 

321,324- 

Coffyn, 149, 150. 
Coflm, 274. 
Cogeswell, 137. 
Coggan, 142. 
Coggeshall, 134. 
Coggin, 135. 
Coghlin, 287. 
Coghran, 258. 
Cogswell, 241, 276.. 
Cohoons, 166. 
Coignand, 231. 
Coin, 277. 
Coit, 265. 
Cojo, 209. 
Coke, 170. 
Coker, 162. 
Colbran, 133. 
Colbron, 133. 
Colbrun, 157. 
Colburn, 330. 
Colby, 135, 162. 
Colcombe, 315. 
Coldam, 148. 
Coldham, 135. 
Cole, 139, 146, 148, 152, 154, 164, 168, 174, 175, 

266, 282, 298. 
Coleburn, 176. 
Coleman, 138, 150, 151, 152, 155, 164,179, 251, 

274, 281', 313. 
Coles, 133, 134. 
Colewell, 238. 
Coley, 90. 
Colhourn, 258, 276. 
Colimer, 143. 
Coll, 253. 
Collacot, 164. 
Collen, 308. 
Collens, 144, 260, 312. 
Coller, 178. 
Collest, 308. 
Collick, 250. 

Collier,' 25, 90, 144, 147, 164, 174, 176, 240. 
Collies, 176. 
Ceilings, 252. 



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Collins, 138, 140, 150, 153, 157, 158, 165, 165, 
188, 227, 231, 243, 263, 270, 2gi, 298, 310, 

312, 324, 330. 
Collmson, 273. 
Collis, 288. 
Collishawe, 135. 
Colljer, 145. 
Collman, 260. 
Collocott, 134. 
Colman, 197, 210, 248, 310. 
Colmen, 258. 
Colson, 213, 224. 
Colston, 289. 
Colters, 259. 
Colton, 148, 155, '62. 
Cohvell, 302. 
Comas, 265. 
Combes, 295. 
Combs, 246, 285. 
Comer, 166. 
Comerin, 258, 276. 
Comes, 161. 
Comings, 285. 
Coinins, 142, 241. 
Comners, 312. 
Compton, 306. 
Conant, 133. 
Concklin, 254. 
Cone, 310. 
Coney. 185. 
Conkling, 142. 
Conn, 256. 
Connant, 147. 
Connel, 310. 
Connell, 260, 276. 
Connelly, 289. 
Conner, 90, 254, 271, 279, 287, 298, 301, 320, 

33- 

Connet, 255. 
Conney, 149, 164, 246. ' 
Conniball, 161. 
Connor, 67, 68, 319. 
Conoway, 167. 
Contestine, 270. 
Conun, 298. 
Convers, 145, 150. 
Converse, 133, 134, 148, 157. 
Convrse [Converse], 143. 
Conway, 313. 
Conzenham, 248. 
Coody, 310. 
Cook, 91, 159, 162, 239, 251, 255, 260, 270, 278, 

291, 297, 309, 314, 316. 
Cooke, 106, 1 1 1 , 136, 137, 141, 142, 144, 145, 

147, 148, 151, 152, 165, 167, 169, 170, 175, 

"77. 178. '79, 187, 227, 244. 
Cookson, 329. 
Cooledge, 178. 
Coolidge, 137, 149. 
Cooley, 162. 
Cooly, 157. 
Coombes, 243. 
Coome, 175. 
Coomes, 175. 
Cooper, 137, 139, 142, 144, 162, 166, 167, 232, 

251, 260, 270, 295, 314, 318, 320. 
Cop, 141, 150. 
Copeland, 173. 
Copie, 140. 
Copland, 173. 
Copp, 167, 193, 197. 
Coppell, 306. 
Copper, 251. 
Coppinger, 274. 
Corahore, 172. 
Corbet, 174, 292. 
Corbetts, 315. 
Corbin, 170. 
Corby, 271. 



Corbyn, 147. 

Cordis, 258, 291, 295, 298, 301. 



Cordwin, 234. 
Core, 276, 285. 
Corkan, 251. 



Corled, 251. 

Corlet, 144. 

Cormack, 283, 312. 

Cornall, 317. 

Cornell, 313. 

Corney, 292. 

Corning, 141, 304. 

Cornish, 149. 

Cornwell, 235. 

Cort, 261. 

Corwin, 148, 150. 

Coshell, 273. 

Cosquer, 243. 

Costolo, 260. 

Cotnam, 282. 

Cotta, 122, 166, 184. 

Cotte, 150. 

Cottei, 236. 

Cotten, 303. 

Cotter, 257, 289. 

Cotterill, 271. 

Cottman, 296. 

Cotton, 26,90, 91, 135, 144, 147, 155, 240, 290, 

3'8, 326. 
Cotty, 136, 
Couch, 146. 
Coulton, 236. 
Courser, 137, 165, 169. 
Courteous, 146. 
Courties, 180. 
Cousens, 167. 
Cousins, 294. 
Coutes, 257. 
Covell, 303. 
Coveney, 298. 
Coverly, 232, 249, 269, 319. 
Cow, 155. 
Cowdrey, 318, 319. 
Cowdry, 249. 
Cowdy, 301. 
Covvell, 164, 165, 255. 
Cowels, 161. 
Cowen, 254. 
Cowers, 265. 
Cowes, 308. 
Cow ley, 265. 
Cowls, 179. 
Cowman, 146. 
Cowthorn, 270. 
Cox, 25,91, 125, 152, 'S3. 287,293, 295, 307, 

328, 330. 
Coxe, 149. 
Coy, 1 68. 
Coytemore, 140. 
Cozwerse, 267. 
Crab, 165. 
Crabb, 133. 
Crabtree, 90. 
Crackborne, 137. 
Cradder, 233. 
Craford, 293. 
Craft, 150, 170, 299. 
Crafton, 270. 
Crafts, 170, 324. 
Crag, 274. 
Crage, 230. 
Craig, 275. 
Craige, 215. 
Craigie, 318. 
Crammer, 318, 322. 
Crample, 305. 
Cranch, 69, 324, 328. 
Crandon, 271, 299. 
Crane, 172,313. 
Cranwell, 133, 135. 
Crarey, 168. 
Crary, 273. 
Craunch, 91. 

Crawford, 165, 276, 277, 304, 322, 
Crawley, 267. 
Cream, 280, 311. 
Creed, 288. 
Creeke, 167, 280. 
Creekee, 294. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



3(H 



Creen, 313. . 

Creer, 251. 

Creesy, 169. 

Creken, 245. 

Creon, 257. 

Crispe, 144, 164. 

Crispin, 257. 

Crispp, 226. 

Crithley, 142. 

Croad, 147. 

Crocker, 169, 249, 273, 391. 

Crocket, 146. 

Croell, 317. 

Crofft, 179. 

Crofle, 134. 

Crombie, 268, 322. 

Crompston, 236. 

Cromwell, 148. 

Cronch, 27. 

Cronnig, 273. 

Crocker, 254. 

Crosbee, 149. 

Crosbey, 162, 173. 

Crosby, 137, 243, 274, 295, 318, 330. 

Cross, 69, 71, 90, 124, 285, 316. 

Crosse, 140. 

Crosthwayt, 167. 

Crouckshanks, 307. 

Croufot, 251. 

Crow, 149, 167, 228, 273. 

Crowell, 234, 300. 

Crowne, 147. 

Cruff, 231. 

Crumer, 286. 

Crumwell, 136. 

Cuff, 243. 

Cull, 263. 

Cullam, 380. 

Cumbey, 169. 

Cumings, 149, 245. 

Cumins, 152, 165. 

Cumming, 304. 

Cummings, 295, 306. 

Cummins, 272. 

Cumpton, 135. 

Cunabell, 214. 

Cunley, 145. 

Cunniboll, 166. 

Cunningham, 266, 272, 277, 319. 

Cunott, 303. 

Curgenven, 299. 

Curr, 248. 

Curriar, 162. 

Curterett, 238. 

Curtesse, 144. 

Curtice, 165. 

Curtis, 134, 140, 152, 153, >S7, 171, 172, 173, 
231, 261, 309. 

Curtiss, 159. 

Cushan, 161. 

Cushen, 174, 175. 

Cushin, 151, 154. 

Cushing. 26, 72, 73, 90, 101, 103, 104, 105, 
108, 109, no, 112, 113, 114, 115, no, 117, 
118, 119, 121, 124, 125, 175, 223, 278, 307, 

309, 319. 322, 33- 
Cutler, 152, 175, 191, 232, 242. 
Cutten, 272. 
Cutter, 138, 141. 
Cuttin, 160. 
Cuttingj 300. 
Cutts, 148. 

Dad, 311. 
Dady, 134. 
Dafforme, 164. 
Dafforn, 124. 
Dafforne, 203. 
Dager, 276. 
Daggen, 166. 
Daggett, 230, 242. 
Daken, 283. 
Dakin, 166. 
Dale, 167. 



Daley, 267. 

Dalgfish, 259. 

Dallaber, 156. 

Dallany, 273. 

Dalls, 325. 

Dalton, 91, 1 10, 123, 138, 266, 288, 311, 325. 

Dalyell, 259. 

Dam, 151. 

Damby, 236. 

Damerell, 274. 

Darning, 143. 

Damman, 163. 

Dammarell, 298. 

Dane, i2, 156, 158. 

Danford, 144, 249. 

Danforth, 127, 129, 137, 143, 144, 160, 178, 

327- 

Dangger, 260. 

Daniel, 144, 149, 165, 172, 177, 178, 182. 

Daniels, 298. 

Danks, 180, 253, 254, 263, 273, 300, 304. 

Dannell, 139. 

Dants, 142. 

Darbage, 268. 

Darbey, 251. 

Darby, 173, 215, 289, 290. 

Dare, 152. 

Darey, 300. 

Darge, 244. 

Dark, 309. 

Darky, 236. 

Darling, 241, 248, 284. 

Darracot, 319. 

Darricot, 306. 

Darse, 157. 

Dashwood, 245, 261, 310, 319, 325. 

Dasris, 309. 

Dassett, 226, 234. 

Dassette, 140. 

Daufatt, 307. 

Dauson, 141, 154. 

Davededs, 312. 

Davenish, 141. 

Davenport, 136, 142, 149, 151, 160, 164, 171, 
172, i82, 196, 243. 

Davens, 331. 

Davice, 179. 

Davidson, 314. 

Davies, 138, 141, 143, 144, 146. 

Davis, 91,99, 124, 136, 140, 143, 146, 148, 149, 
I 5 l > 'S3 158. '59. 6i, 164, 165, 166, 167, 
168, 170, 171, 231, 233, 234, 236, 243, 260, 
265, 269, 270, 271, 272, 275, 276, 279, 284, 
287, 288, 290, 293, 294, 295, 298, 301, 308, 
312, 320, 324, 325, 326, 327, 331. 

Davison, 260, 266, 325. 

Davite, 228, 

Davy, 137, 148. 

Daw, 244. 

Da%ves, 123, 144, 167, 168, 320. 

Dawey, 250. 

Daws, 150. 

Dawson, 161, 287. 

Day, 91, 136, 143, :44, 149, 151, 158, 162, 169, 

176, 183, 247, 272. 
Dave, 141. 
Dayley, 286. 
Deacon, 279. 
Deads, 283. 
Deael, 309. 
Dean, 242, 247, 248, 249, 250, 252, 253, 254, 

264, 271, 281, 290, 296, 3(X. 
Deane, 141, 149, 151, 163, 176^ 310. 
Deardon, 91. 
Death, 177. 
Debadie, 307. 
Debano, 292. 
Deblois, 282. 
De Blois, 327, 329. 
Decon, 301. 
De Costa, 328. 
Decoster, 243, 319. 
Deed, 312. 
Deeds, 296. 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Deering,'i49, 167, 226, 274. 

Dehany, 311. 

Delaney, 252. 

Delano, 282. 

Delaplace, 91. 

Delarne, 243. 

Deleno, 245, 247. 

Dell, 145, 165. 

Delremple, 257. 

Delrumple, 293. 

Delver, 197. 

Dem, 341. 

Demerick, 320. 

Demick, 242. 

Deming, 152, 234, 259, 285, 298. 

Demison, 305. 

Demming, 305. 

Demorsque, 297. 

Demount, 254, 280. 

Dempenstone, 259. 

Dempsey, 169. 

Dence [or Deuce], 166, 170. 

Denie, 91. 

Denisod, 241. 

Denison, 144, 159. 

Denlo, 152. 

Denman, 233. 

Denmore, 256. 

Dennell, 146. 

Dennet, 151. 

Dennett, 239. 

Denney, 273. 

Dennie, 271, 328. 

Dennin, 289. 

Denning, 168. 

Dennis, 165, 246, 289. 

Dennison, 134, 135, 172. 

Denselow, 134. 

Dent, 135. 

Deodat, 155. 

Derb, 257. 

Derbv, 91. 

Derifeild, 173. 

Derra, 291. 

Derrecott, 258. 

Deselvayer, 260. 

Desousa, 257. 

Despert, 284. 

Desson, 308. 

Deveans, 331. 

Devereux, 156. 

Deverson, 257, 269, 275, 282, 284, 298, 308. 

Devotion, 143, 169. 

Dewer, 167, 168. 

Dewey, 135. 

Dewing, 144, 176, 237, 238. 

Dewy, 155. 

Dexter, 101, 134, 270, 282. 

Diamond, 241, 242, 275, 317. 

Diamont, 145. 

Dibell, 136. 

Diber, 276. 

Dible, 138. 

Dicke, 172. 

Dickenson, 141, 16:, 162, 179, 292. 

Dickerman, 139. 

Dickey, 246, 247, 249, 250, 258, 261, 263, 265, 

267. 37. 2 73, 2 77. 279. 285, 289, 294, 300, 

3?6. 

Dickinson, 157, 178, 179. 
Dfckison, 279. 
Dickson, 142, 284. 
Dier, 253. 
Dillaway, 91, 318. 
Dilley, 258. 
Dillingham, 133, 134. 
Dillon, 248. 
Dimocke, 137. 
Dimond, 320. 
Dineley, 138. 
Dingle, 260. 
Dinny, 138. 
Dinsdale, 147. 
Dinsdall, 164, 169. 



Dinsdell, 91. 

Dishon, 267. 

Ditty, 230. 

Diven, 163. 

Dix, 163. 

Dixe, 134, 136, 157. 

Dixey, 253, 266, 290, 303. 

Dixie, 157. 

Dixon, 146, 255. 

Dixson, 304. 

Dixwell, 219. 

Dixy, 135- 

Doan, 91, 124, 235, 246, 248, 249, 251, 255, 269, 

285, 294, 297, 298, 308. 
Dobel, 248, 288. 
Dobl, 244. 
Doble, 270, 298. 
Dobleday, 167. 
Dockery, 259. 
Dodg, 156, 162. 
Dodge, 138, 149, 155, 156, 292. 
Doggett,9i, 124, 133, 244, 249, 271, 280, 318, 

3'9- 

Dolbear, 91, 124. 
Dolbeare, 101, 224, 322. 
Dolberry, 169. 
Dole, 154, 276. 
Doler, 271. 
Doling, 168. 
Dolle, 230. 
Dollbeer, 227. 
Dolling, 152. 
Dolton, 137, 165. 
Donagher, 312. 
Donell, 146. 
Donerun, 314. 
Donhun, 287. 
Donlop, 254. 
Donnald, 261. 
Donnel, 274. 
Donslin, 288. 
Dooley, 249. 
Dorby, 211. 
Dorchester, 162. 
Dorin, 260. 
Dorman, 136. 
Dorr, 152, 167, 320. 
Dorren, 274. 
Dorson, 284. 
Doryfall, 137. 
Dosset, 166. 

Doubleday, 255, 258, 262, 269, 278, 295. 
Dougale, 288. 
Dougharty, 250. 
Doughny, 251. 
Douglas, 147. 
Douglass, 268, 279. 
Dougle, 288. 
Douning, 146. 
Douse, 141, 152. 
Dove, 235. 
Dow, 138, 148, 149. 
Dowden, 167. 
Do'wdy, 144 
Dowe, 142. 
Do well, 1 68. 
Dower, 253. 
Dovvgin, 165. 
Dowie, 91. 
Dowing, 264, 272. 
Dowle, 288. 
Dowling, 281. 
Downe, 165, 169, 255. 
Downeing, 139. 
Downes, 200, 326. 
Downing, 179. 
Downinge, l6l, 179. 
Downs, 272. 
Downton, 140. 

Dowse, 109, 116, 117, 124, 144, 153, 159, 166. 
Doyde, 272. 

Doyle, 236, 251, 267, 272, 275, 276. 
Drake, 133, 163. 
Drakenbury, 133. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



363 



Draper, 139, 159, 161, 170. 

Dreaper, 226. 

Drece, 253. 

Dresden, 263. 

Dressar, 157. 

Dresser, 157, 237. 

Drew, 236, 297. 

Drinker, 138, 168. 

Driskel, 287. 

Driver, 175, 297. 

Droham, 252. 

Droper, 170. 

Drue, 166, 170, 254. 

Drury, 146, 151, 169. 

Drysdale, 259. 

Dryver, 136. 

Duan, 285. 

Dubolia, 271. 

Ducett, 296. 

Ducket, 308. 

Dudley, 91, 137, 141, 151, 169, 178, 260, 288. 

Due, 166. 

Duen, 168. 

Duff, 249. 

Duffy, 294. 

Dugale, 287. 

Dugas, 307. 

Duggin, 268, 269. 

Duglas, 144. 

Dulet, 285. 

Dulin, 289. 

Dumaresq, 243, 327. 

Dumer, 134, 139, 140, 148, 153, 155, 169. 

Dumeresque, 281. 

Dummer, 209, 219. 

Dumont, 264. 

Dumphey, 251. 

Dun, 144, 173. 

Dunavan, 263. 

Dunavaz, 263. 

Dunbar, 175, 312. 

Duncam, 170. 

Duncan, 136, 229, 281, 313. 

Dunelty, 289. 

Dunfee, 311. 

Dunham, 279, 287. 

Dunkar, 294. 

Dunken, 266, 310. 

Dunkin, 169. 

Dunkine, 170. 

Dunlap, 279, 289. 

Dunlay, 245. 

Dunn, 243, 245, 254, 278, 287, 293, 300, 304, 

% 3o, 3'S- 
Dunnam, 158. 
Dunning, 165, 313. 
Dunny, 161. 
Dunster, 141. 
Dunton, 163. 
Dupee, 91, 292, 305. 
Durant, 91, 124, 294. 
Durel, 239. 
Durk, 271. 
Durston, 145. 
Dussaale, 268. 
Dussett, 147. 
Dutting, 271. 
Dutton, 264. 
Duttsome, 228. 
Dwier, 314. 

Dwight, 141, 145, 147, 176. 
Dwisdsall, 147. 
Dwite, 139. 
Dwyre, 241. 

Dyar, 133, 134, 137, 154, 174. 
Dyer, 91, 124, 133, 143, 153, 156, 164, 167, 173^, 
197, 261, 262, 313, 326, 327. 

Eager, 304, 315, 31.7. 

Eagles, 312. 

Eagleson, 305. 

Eales, 135. 

Eames, 137, 148, 156, 177. 

Eareckson, 252. 



Earle, 166, 316. 

East, 138, 165, 168. 

Eastman, 160, 306. 

Eastmond, 161. 

Easton, 136. 

Eastowe, 139. 

Eastwick, 169. 

Easty, 152. 

Eaton, 137, 139, 145, 147, 149, 154, 155, 160, 

163, 170, 176, 243. 
Ebdon, 241. 
Eborne, 135, 165. 
Eburne, 148. 
Eckels, 142. 
Eddenden, 148. 
Eddington, 148. 
Eddy, 91, 1 20, 259. 
Edey, 158, 236. . 
Edgcomb, 147. 
Edgisconte, 244. 
Edmands, 324. 
Edmnds [Edmunds?], 153. 
Edmonds, 134, 136, 139, 145, 150, 158, 166. 
Edmunds, 152, 153, 163. 
Edward, 236. 
Edwards, 102, 142, 149, 162, 167, 169, 179, 206, 

227, 234, 241, 247, 255, 258, 272, 292, 295, 

3OI, }22, 321, 1.27. 
O I o .> O O / 

Edwords, 162. 
Edy, 167, 250. 
Egerton,3i5. 
Eggerly, 151. 
Eggleston, 317. 
Egelestone, 133. 
Eglen, 311. 
Eglon, 311. 
Eimsburner, 304. 
Elbert, 309. 
Elburt, 301. 
Elden, 275. 
Elder, 172. 

Eldridge, 166, 286, 300. 
Elgarr, 179. 

Eliot, 141, 222, 32O. 

Eliott, 91, 125, 146, 164, 168, 170. 

Elis, 141. . 

Elisken, 245. 

Elistone, 161. 

Elithorp, 203. 

Elkines, 136. 

Ellen, 171. 

Ellery, 151, 234. 

Ellice, 167, 168, 176, 177. 

Ellingham, 146. 

Ellings, 152. 

Elliot, 156, 246, 282, 325. 

Elliott, 137, 147, 227. 

Ellis, 147, 177, 251. 

Ellison, 328. 

Ellistone, 168. 

Ellsley, 140. 

Ellsworth, 294, 306. 

Ellyott, 134. 

Ellys, 167. 

Elmes, 259. 

Elott, 305. 

Elsbere, 292. 

Elsbre, 313. 

Elsbree, 295. 

Elsly, 157. 

Elson, 146, 289. 

Elwell, 140. 

Ely, 136, 155, 162. 

Elzie, 151. 

Emans, 145. 

Emerson, 146, 149, 162, 306. 

Emery, 141, 145, 146, 162, 163, 274. 

Ernes, 167, 172, 315. 

Emmes, 91, 256. 

Emmons, 243, 318, 327. 

Emons, 153, 165, 166. 

Endecott, 148. 

Endicot, 139, 187. 

English, 142, 163, 164, 249. 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Ennis, 236. 

Ensigne, 136. 

Eolan, 165. 

Epes, 201. 

Eppes, 328. 

Epps, 152, 187, 198. 

Ervin, 264, 266, 309. 

Erving, 103, 105, 108, 109, 113, 114, 115, 1 16, 

117, 118, 121, 127, 328. 
Erwing, 123. 
Esbent, 273. 
Esterbrooke, 148. 
Esterb rooks, 311. 
Estice, 199. 
Estman, 160. 
Esty, 155. 

Eustis, 321,325, 326. 
Evance, 143. 

Evans, 143, 168, 179, 238, 248, 297. 
Eve, 301 . 
Eveleigh, 157. 
Evens, 169, 171, 172, 248. 
Everad, 144. 
Everden, 165. 
Evered, 146. 
Everenden, 167. 
Everer, 228. 
Everett, 146, 176. 
Everill, 135, 165. 
Everit, 158. 
Everitt, 158, 176, 177. 
Evernden, 171. 
Everson, 91, 245. 
Evert, 138. 
Evins, 160. 
Ewelle, 156. 
Ewer, 137. 
Eyars, 319. 
Eyers, 161. 
Eyre, 138. 
Ezyat, 173. 



Fadre, 229. 

Fagen, 281. 

FairJbank, 154, 158, 176. 

Fairbanke, 168, 177. 

Fairbanks, 157, 177, 257, 287, 296. 

Fairebancks, 135. 

Fairebanke, 176. 

Fairefeild, 140. 

Fairefield, 21, 162. 

Faireweather, 151. 

Faireweathr [Faireweather?], 135. 

Fairfeild, 92, 124, 162. 

Fairfield, 156, 164. 

Fairservice, 285, 319, 325. 

Falkner, 169. 

Fall, 239. 

Fallis, 266. 

Falls, 307. 

Fanieuel, 306. 

Fanner, 312. 

Fanning, 284. 

Fansworthy, 255. 

Far, 156, 163. 

Farbeshon, 277. 

Farewell, 139. 

Fargison (Ferg~uson), 236. 

Farington, 149. 

Farland, 249. 

Farle, 160. 

Farmer, 320. 

Farnham, 150, 165. 

Farnum, 140, 149, 152, 166, 167, 243, 326. 

Farnworth, 139, 144, 150, 151. 

Farnsworth, 262, 277, 299. 

Farnum, 326. 

Farr, 136, 158, 246. 

Farrar, 158, 163, 317. 

Farrell, 92. 

Farrington, 156, 163, 176. 

Farrow, 167. 

Fajthing, 250. 



Farwell, 156. 

Fasell, 147. 

Faulinton, 317. , 

Favour, 278. 

Fawne, 137. 

Faxon, 147, 173. 

Fay, 92, 16 1. 

Feake, 133. 

Feakes, 133, 135. 

Feald, 284. 

Feature, 251. 

Feild, 143, 144, 156, 161, 162, 165, 169, 173, 

J 79- 

Feilder, 164. 
Felch, 265. 
Felleter, 253. 
Fellew, 147. 

Fellows, 143, 156, 256, 267, 278. 
Felows, ifo. 
Felpes, 134. 
Felton, 139, 155. 
Fenner, 306. 
Fenno, 181, 318. 
Fennoo, 172. 
Fenton, 283. 
Fen wick, 303. 
Ferbes, 269. 
Ferguson, 281, 286. 
Fenng, 145, 154, 175. 
Ferman, 134, 135. 
Fernald, 246. 
Ferniside, 165, 166. 
Ferren, 308. 
Ferrey, 162. 
Ferris, 136, 153. 
Ferry, 150. 
Ferryman, 283. 
Fesenden, 160. 
Fessendan, 319. 
Fethergill, 211. 
Fickling, 164. 
Field, 179, 263, 268, 274, 297. 
Fields, 268. 
Fifield, 195, 231. 
Filer, 135. 
Fillipes, 140. 
Fillips, 140. 
Finch, 134, 135, 136. 
Finley, 286, 305. 
Finnesay, 125. 
Firman, 139, 140, 141. 
Firnam, 143. 
Fish, 267, 291. 
Fisher, 52, 92, 136, 141, 143, 144, 145, 152, 

'54. '5 6 > '57, 'SS, 169, 173, 174, 175, 176, 

177- 233. 241, 256, 264, 273, 276, 316, 320. 
Fishr [Fisher], 173. 
Fiske, 138, 142, 143, 144, 149, 150, 151, 155, 

157, 162, 173, 177, 178. 
Fisske, 160. 
Fitch, 131, 148, 154, 161, 169, 199, 201, 220, 

293, 299, 328. 
Fitche, 139. 
Fitchgeral, 294. 
Fitch patrick, 295. 
Fitt, 152. 
Fitygerrill^ 237. 
Fitzgaral, 284. 
Fitzgearld, 243. 
Fitzgerald, 288. 
Fitz Gerrald, 282. 
Fitzpatrick, 251, 274. 
Flack, 140. 
Flackman, 140. 
Flag, 159, 197. 
Flagg, 152, 203, 227, 322. 
Flanders, 160. 
Flanegin, 273. 
Flanen, 310. 
Flannagin, 272. 
Flatt, 296. 
Flecther, 160. 
Fleg, 160. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



365 



Fleming, 242, 253, 259, 286, 298. 

Fletcher, 141, 149, 154, 158, 243, 247, 270, 280, 

37. 3" 

Fletchr [Fletcher], '143. 
Flin, 312. 

Fling, 253, 263, 289. 
Flint, 138, 159, 163, 171. 
Flinte, 137. 
Flood, 165, 166, 267. 
Florin, 276. 
Flower, 271. 
Floyd, 158, 324. 
Flucker, 101. 
Flynt, 150. 

Fogg, 136- 

Foggo, 269, 275. 

Fogo, 253, 254. 

Fogue, 266. 

Fogwell, 234. 

Folger, 300. 

Folkner, 266. 

Folknor, 272. 

Follen, 309. 

Follett, 245. 

Folley, 274. 

Follitt, 310. 

Fontenay, 315. 

Foot, 92, 154, 162, 274, 277. 

Foote, 136, 179. 

Foord, 174-. 

Foored, 147. 

Forbes, 237. 

Forbush, 168. 

Ford, 92, 133, 134, 174, 175, 231, 235, 265, 269, 
381,287,290,291,301,302,304,307,309. 

Forder, 266. 

Foresight, 175. 

Forguson, 246. 

Forist, 292.' 

Forley, 252. 

Formais, 140. 

Forrest, 169. 

Forrist, 272, 280. 

Forsett, 315. 

Forster, 164. 

Forty, 167. 

Fosdick, 158, 220, 272, 209, 323. 

Fosditch, 139. 

Foss, 309. 

Fossenden, i.ji. 

Fossey, 300. 

Foster, 92, 114, 124, 125, 138, 142, 144, 145, 
148, 149, 150, 151, 154, 156, 157, 158, 160, 
161, 162, 103, 164, 167, 171, 172, 193, 217, 
236, 237, 238, 243, 269, 296, 316, 317, 3:8, 
324- 

Fostere, 139. 

Fosters, 299. 

Foule, 139. 

Fovell, 329. 

Foweraker, 274. 

Fowkes, 136. 

Fowlar, 162. 

Fowle, 149, 153, 167,243. 

Fowler, 136, 304, 315. 

Fowlerer, 160. 

Fownell, 144. 

Fox, 143, 153, 158, 273, 288. 

Foxe, 138. 

Foxewell, 133, 134. 

Foxwell, 147. 

Foy, 165, 194. 

Jhoye, 119, 238. 

Fraisser, 227. 

France, 208. 

Frances, 140, 244. 

F ranch, 273. 

Francis, 157, 179, 263, 265. 
Frank, 247. 

Frankland, 92. 
Franklin, 178, 282. 
Franklyn, 165, 188. 
Frnnksford, 318, 319. 
Frarey, 164. 



215, 
276, 

319. 

, 153, 



F. rar y '55. '79, ai6. 

t 1 rasar, 305. 

Frasier, 258, 281. 

Fraton, 327. 

Frayrye, 139. 

Frazier, 245, 278, 285, 286, 291, 320, 326. 

Frazur, 285. 

Freary, 147. 

Freathy, 146. 

Freeborne, 135. 

Freeland, 124. 

Freeman, 133, 139, 154, 157, 176, 177, 
232, 239, 244, 250, 262, 266, 270, 272, 
282, 283, 285, 292, 296, 299, 303, 318, 

French, 92, 134, 135, 137, 143, 145, 152 

'55> '59> "6o> '73 '74i 2 7> 2 S> 2 2 > 2 5 

291. 

Frentch, 179. 
Fretts, 291. 
Frewin, 240. 
Frie, 163. 
Friend, 162. 
Frink, 258. 
Frissei, 159. 
Friswell, 256. 
Frizel, 170. 
Frizell, 241, 242. 
Froback, 320. 

Frost, 137, 145, 150, 154, 157, 160, 330. 
Frothingham, 92, 125, 134, 149, 150. 
Fry. HS. '49> 2 30- 
Frygall, 244. 
Fudge, 292. 
Fuggo, 269. 
Fuite, 265. 
Fulerton, 303. 
Fuller, 141, 150, 151, 154, 155, 158, 159, 163, 

164, 167, 176, 239, 266, 295, 307. 
Fullerton, 92, 124, 125, 252, 328. 
Fulls, 271. 
Furbur, 326. 
Furch, 298. 
Furlong, 260. 
Furnas, 284. 
Furnell, 143, 264, 377. 
Furniss, 323. 
Fyfield, 150. 



Gadridge, 257. 

Gage, 135, 149, 150, 156, 346, 331. 

Gager, 274. 

Gaildthait, 135. 

Gaile, 146. 

Gair, 318. 

Gale, 159, 241. 

Gallard, 133, 235. 

Gallaspe, 245. 

Gallaway, 314. 

Gallerd, 134. 

Gallien, 288. 

Gallikan, 315. 

Gallispie, 258, 284. 

Gallop, 135, 148, 164, 214, 234, 263, 381. 

Gaily, 150. 

Galpin, 272. 

Gambett, 311. 

Gamblin, 159, 171. 

Gamlyn, 135. 

Gamlyne, 135. 

Gamon, 152. 

Gandal, 320. 

Gange, 283. 

Gannet, 166. 

Gardiner, 5, 125, 145, 151,153, 155, 156, 293. 

Gardinr [Gardiner], 169. 

Gardner, 92, 124, 125, 138, 141, 142, 159, 170, 

'74. '75. "79. 2 4S. 2 5i 2 54> 26 . 26 3 26 4> 

280,302,311,323,329,330. 
Gardnr [Gardner], 144. 
Garey, 145, 170, 171. 
Garfield, 136. 
Garfilld, 160. 
Garfoard, 139. 



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Garneseg, 146. 

Garnsey, 171, 285. 

Garnsy, 160. 

Garret, 140. 

Garrett, 133. 

Garrey, 274. 

Garwarn, 241. 

Gary, 149. 

Gaskin, 242. 

Gate, 148. 

Gates, 147, 166, 170. 

Gault, 248, 

Gaune, 294. 

Gay, 136, 143, 153, 158, 166, 176, 272, 296, 317, 

328. 

Gaye, 143. 
Gaynes, 139. 
Gay ton, 92. 
Gazor, 298. 
Gear, 318. 
Geares, 141. 
Gearfield, 160. 
Gearnsey, 171. 
Gedney, 138. 

Gee, 153, 190, 193, 195, 197,211, 219. 
Geeree, 139. 
Gellis, 283. 
Genery, 143, 160. 
Genings, 161. 
Gennings, 179. 
Gennison, 134. 
Gent. 241. 
Gentleman, 237. 
George, 148, 167, 171, 270. 
Gerrald, 253. 
Gerrish, 150, 151, 152, 155, 164, 207, 210, 246, 

272, 280, 317. 
Geyer, 318. 
Gibbe, 228. 
Gibbens, 279. 
Gibbins, 133, 146. 
Gibbons, 134, 183, 184, 226, 296. 
Gibbs, 92, 133, 134, 148, 159. 225, 226, 236, 

39. 3<9- 

Gibson, 92, 138, 153, 160, 166; 167, 203, 287. 
Giddings, 139, 156. 
Gidney, 149, 150. 
Giffen, 306, 312. 
Giffin, 92, 124, 278. 
Gilbert, 156, 167, 168, 200, 241, 242. 
Gilbreth, 280. 
Gilford, 175. 
Gilchrist, aSi, 305. 
Giles, 246, 266. 
Gill, 92, 141, 148, 154, 160, 167, 169, 174, 244, 

278, 318, 3'9, 323, 331- 
Gillam, 182. 
Gilleress, 309. 
Gillett, 135, 254. 
Gillmore, 257. 
Gillon, 136. 
Gills, 258. 
Gillson, 254, 304. 
Gillum, 241. 
Gilnian, 119, 143. 
Gilroy, 252, 271. 
Gingden, 153. 
Gingen, 144. 
Ginner, 140. 
Ginsford, 272. 
Gipson, 150, 171, 177. 
Girdler, 154. 
Gittings, 153. 
Gland, 291. 
Glasier, 125. 
Glass, 153. 
Gleasen, 177. 
Gleason, 289. 
Glen, 124. 
Glinden, 312. 
Clinton, 315. 
Glody, 243, 252. 
Glover, 133, 141, 145, 146, 154, 166, 168, 172, 

231, 251, 266, 272, 279, 281, 287, 298. 



Glovvee, 167. 
Glyn, 92. 
Glynn, 301. 
Goade, 170, 178. 
Goard, 143. 
Goat, 271. 
Gobile, 158. 
Goble, 135. 
Godard, 160, 264. 
Goddard, 297. 
God free, 140. 
Godfrey, 291 . 
God fry, 146. 
Goff, 92. 

Goffe, 137, 154, 167, 204, 232. 
Gold, 148, 155, 168, 175, 233. 
Golding, 181. 
Goldsmith, 157. 
Goldthvvait, 127, 193, 325, 328. 
Goldthwight, 256. 
Gooch, in, 119, 146, 182. 
.Goodale, 159, 236, 242. 
Goodenew, 161. 
Goodenow, 152. 
Goodfellow, 242. 
Goodhewe, 137. 
Goodhue, 152, 155. 
Goodin, 153. 
Gooding, 142, 154, 285. 
Goodman, 135, 162, 178. 
Goodnor, 140. 
Goodnow, 141, 142. 
Goodsill, 277. 
Goodspeed, 246, 303. 
Goodwin, 92, 125, 134, 153, 183, 190, 224, 254, 

258, 260, 262, 295, 296, 304, 316. 
Goodjrn, 164. 
Gooffe, 139. 
Googe, 322. 
Gookens, 143. 
Gookin, 153, 160. 
Goold, 181, 239. 
Gooldsmith, 162. 
Gooningdike, 269. 
Goose, 161. 
Gorden, 245, 270. 
Gordon, 60, 92, 316, 326. 
Gore, 324. 
Goreham, 264, 268, 281, 287, 290,292, 294, 290, 

300, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 313, 314, 317. 
Gores, 324. 
Gorham, 229, 234, 245, 246, 261, 266, 283, 291, 

301,310. 
Gorley, 292. 
Gorman, 284. 
Gorst, 165. 
Gorstelow, 283. 
Gort, 270. 
Gorton, 149. 
Gosse, 134. 
Gosswell, 253. 
Got, 156. 
Gotatus, 234. 
Gott, 133, 147, 150. 
Gouen, 163. 

Gould, 92, 139, 141, 162, 283. 
Goulding, 187, 306. 
Goulsby, 317. 
Gourding, 181. 
Gourty, 316. 
Gowdey, 243. 
Gowing, 143. 
Grace, 317. 

Grafton, 92, 138, 149, 155, 279. 
Graham, 3, 92, 124, 237. 
Grahor, 234. 
Grandin, 314, 315. 
Grandy, 169. 
Grant, 99, 134, 151, 166, 172, 176, 204, 236, 

254, 291, 298, 312, 326. 
Grautt, 315. 

Cravenr [Gravenerj, 170. 
Graves, 133, 138, 140, 149, 151, 157, 163, 179, 

240. 



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367 



Gray, 92, 105, loS, 109, 167, 206, 246, 253, 

266, 270, 272, 275, 281, 284, 286, 290, 

298, 34. 36, 307, 313, 318, 319, 322, 

326, 327, 328. 
Greaton, 316. 
Greely, 276, 311. 
Green, 66,88,92, 125, 143, 144, 149, 150, 

158, 164, 169, 174, 212, 226, 227, 228, 

346, 253, 254, 263, 265, 272, 273, 278, 

301 , 320, 328. 
Greene, 134, 135, 136, 137, 140, 142, 144, 

146, 147, 148, 149, 161. 
Greenehill, 136. 
Greenland, 154. 
Greenlaw, 319. 
Greenleaf, 153, 164, 199, 200, 251, 252, 

279, 3'9. 322, 325, 329. 
Greenleafe, 167. 
Green Liefte [Greenleaf], 228. 
Greenliffe, 139. 
Green ore, 151. 
Greenough, 149, 164, 186, 201, 213, 247, 

320, 325- 
Greenslet, 244. 

Greenwood, 159, 164, 169, 321. 
Gregory, 174. 
Grele, 160. 
Grene, 160. 
.Greshon, 167. 
Gresion, 169. 
Gretty, 235. 
Grey, 212, 248. 
Grice, 92, 124. 

Gridley, 105, 115, 135, 169, 252, 320. 
Griffen, 125, 165, 285, 302. 
Griffin, 122, 143, 166, 173, 049, 280, 303. 
Griffinn, 138. 
Griffis, 303. 
Griffiths, 294. 
Griffyn, 147. 
Griggs, 145, H7. '5', iS9, '64, 170. "3, 

33. 

Grimes, 142, 266. 
Grinly, 260. 
Grinnell, 293. 
Grinnoway, 134. 
Grinoway, 133. 
Grise, 145, 161. 
Grissell, 144, 304. 
Groset, 172. 
Gross, 167, 168, 175. 
Grout, 148. 
Grover, 154, 158. 
Grow, 290, 297, 299. 
Grubb, 135, 233. 
Gruble, 233. 
Gruchy, 315. 
Guard, 166. 
Gubuatt, 245. 
Guil, 142. 
Guild, 271. 

Guile, 143, 154, 156, 176. 
Guill, 99. 
Gull, 152, 179. 
Guiles, 251. 
Gullifer, 148. 
Gulliver, 172. 
Gun, 136. 
Gunison, 145. 
Gunlithe, 143. 
Gunn, 137, 149. 
Gunnison, 137. 
Gunnll, 315. 
Guppee, 145, 147. 
Guppey, 267. 
Gurley. 180, 304. 
Gurnell, 143. 
Gurney, 155. 
Gustin, 174. 
Gutch, 142. 
Gulteridge, 183. 
Guttering, 142. 
Guttridge, 227. 
Guye, 139. 



264, 
291, 
325, 



156, 
236, 
299, 

145, 



248, 



35. 



Gwin, 273, 280. 
Gyles, 135. 

Haale, 178. 

Habersfeild, 163. 

Habersham, 250. 

Habord, 159. 

Hackburne, 138, 143. 

Hackinton, 176. 

Hackleton, 238. 

Hadden, 135. 

Hade, 289. 

Hading, 237. 

Hadlock, 144, 300. 

Hadnett, 298. 

Hagan, 283. 

Hagarty, 288. 

Hager, 160. 

Haggit, 150. 

Haiden, 173. 

Haidon, 173. 

Hail, 327. 

Haines, 159. 

Haldridge, 244. 

Hale, 135, 139, 146, 150, 154, iSS, 191. 

Hales, 93. 

Haley, 271. 

Halgeson, 167. 

Hall, 93, 113, 123, 124, 131, 132, 135, 136, 138, 
140, 149, 153, 157, 160, 162, 166, 167, 172, 
176, 178, 207, 210, 235, 237, 241, 247, 250, 
252, 255, 262, 277, 279, 289, 292, 291, 295, 
298, 304, 307, 308, 315, 320. 

Halliburton, 268. 

Hallman, 312. 

Halloway, 288. 

Hallowell, 93, 103, 107, 111,112, 113, 114,115, 
116, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 125, 276, 279, 

3'7- 

Hallowey, 258. 
Halluk, 264. 
Halsall, 143. 
Halse, 271. 
Halsey, 161, 169. 
Halstaf, 251. 
Halstead, 141. 
Hamans, 146. 
Hambilton, 295. 
Hamblen, 274. 
Hambleton, 293, 3081 
Hambly, 228. 
Hamilton, 93, 168, 244, 247, 255, 268, 281, 

"296. 

Hamlett, 145. 
Hamlin, 167. 
Hamlinton, 301. 
Hamnian, 310. 
Hamraon, 160, 315. 
Hammons, 310. 
Hamon, 253. 

Hamond, 137, 149, 159, 177, 287. 
Hamonway, 256. 
Hamot, 147. 
Hampton, 149. 
Han, 305. 
Hanah, 227. 
Hanaway, 304. 
Hanbury, 289. 
Hanchet, 138, 155. 

Hanco'ck, 103, 104, 105, no, in, 114, 115, 
116, 117, 118, 121, 127, 149, 171, 179, 265, 

320, 323, 324- 
Hand, 294. 
Handcock, 149. 
Hanford, 145. 
Hann, 330. 
Hannah, 275. 
Hannahan, 252. 
Hannam, 180. 
Hannaway, 320. 
Hannon, 271. 
Hanry, 285. 
Hansnald, 281. 
Hansitt, 157. 



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Hanson, 280. 

Hunwell, 152. 

Harbert, 141, 301. 

Harbour, 173. 

Harbourt, 239. 

Harden, 163, 169, 258, 260,303. 

Hardgrave, 280. 

Hardier, 144. 

Harding, 140, 143, 156, 174, 177, 286, 296. 

Hardinge, 134 

Hardman, 173. 

Hardwick, 311. 

Hardy, 136, 153. 

Hargraves, 265. 

Hanngton, 178. 

Harkell, 273. 

Harker, 137, 146. 

Harkless, 270. 

Harlakendine, 137. 

Harling, 261. 

Harls, 153, 

Harmon, 162, 287, 300. 

Harper, 228, 264. 

Harreson, 251. 

Harrington, 144, 147, 179. 

Harris, 93, 124, 133, 141, 144, 145, 157, 165, 

168, 169, 170, 235, 250, 254, 257, 261, 264, 

269, 273, 27S. 2/7. 279, 32, 3H. 3'S, 3'9. 

328. 
Harrison, 141, 164, 166, 167, 197, 220, 225, 

251, 286. 

Harrod, 93, 112, 113, 116, 307, 323. 
Harrop, 305. 
Harsye,.J3S. 
Hart, 135, 230, 231, 286, 290, 291, 295, 209, 

301, 302,312,322. 
Harte, 135. 
Harting, 93. 
Hartley, 93, 124, 167. 
Hartshorn, 144. 
Hartshorne, 163, 261. 
Hartwell, 142, 159. 
Hartwill, 159. 
Harvard, 138. 

Harvey, 149, 263, 267, 279, 305. 
Harvie, 152. 
Haryy, 144, 162. 
"Harwood, 133, 134, 142, 145, 158, 161, 165, 

166, 201, 207. 
Hascall, 157. 
Hascock, 310. 
Haseldene, 140. 
Haseldine, 140. 
Haseltine, 151. 
Haselton, 124. 
Hasen, 312. 
Hasey, 161. 
Haskins, 282, 326. 
Haslet, 93. . 
Haslop, 310. 
Haslup, ion. 
Hassall, 144. 
Hassell, 137. 
Hasseltine, 156. 
Hassord, 137. 
Hastam, 247. 
Hastings, 123, 135, 136, 143, 149, 150, 179, 

294. 

Haswell, 302. 
Hatch, 93, 127, 135, 146, 243,245, 252, 258, 

271, 276, 291, 315, 316, 318, 320. 
Hathaway, 250. 
Hathennan, 257. 
Hathorn, 163. 
Hathorne, 735. 
Hatton, 245. 
Hatwick, 330. 
Haugh, 93, 124, 145, 169. 
Haughton, 247. 
Hauker, 228. 
Haule, 143. 
Haur, 156. 
Hause, 124. 
Hauthorne, 148, 153. 



Haven, 158, 163, 168, 251 -5, 257. 

Havens, 302. 

Haward, 135, 144, 159. 

Hawcks, 158. 

Hawes, 93, 138, 148, 151, 171, 255, 308. 

Hawk, 87,92. 

Hawke, 175. 

Hawkes, 136, 142, 155. 

Hawkins, 93, 124, 137, 139, 143, 161, 166, 168- 

302. 

Hawks, 143, 163, 179,250. 
Hawksworth, 237. 
Hawley, 155, 179. 
Haw's, 176, 177. 
Hawse, 176. 
Hay, 293. 
Hayden, 161, 241. 
Haydon, 135. 
Hayes, 251, 287. 
Hayman, 271, 28;. 
Haymer, 286. 
Hayne, 140. 

Haynes, 135, 13$, 144, 165, 294, 307. 
Hayter, 252, 274. 

Hayward, 140, 159, 164, 168, 296, 329. 
Haywood, 138, 150. 
Hazeltine, 153. 
Hazzen, 159. 
Hazzey, 148. 
Heal, 255. 
Heald, 141. 
Heale, 153. 
Healy, 318. 
Heanary. 285. 
Heanone, 227. 
Hearde, 140. 
Hearn, 244. 
Hearsay, 243. 
Hearsy, 151. 
Heastings, 320. 

Heath, 134, 145, 159, 165, 170, 282, 331. 
Heathe, 137. 
Heaton, 137, 150. 
Heaven, 171. 
Hedges, 135. 
Heferd, 173. 
Heft, 285. 
Heildrick, 148. 
Heily, 320. 
Held, 155. 
Helie, 159. 
Helpman, 298. 
Hely, 143. 
Heman, 144. 
Hemenway, 170. 
Hemingway, 93. 
Hemmingway, 159. 
Henchman, 93, 124, 151, 167, 168, 169, 191, 

I? 6 , 3'9- . 

Henderson, 228, 281, 287, 305, 310, 316. 
Hendley, 323. 
Hendrickson, 287. 
Hendry, 257. 
Henery, 291. 
Henessy, 93. 
Hengwood, 312. 
Henley, 167. 
Henry, 159, 250. 
Hensey, 313. 
Henshau, 171. 
Henshaw, 101, 103, 104, 105, 108, no, in, 112, 

113, 114, 115, 116, 117, uS, 119, 121, 172, 

194,308. 
Hepburne, 137. 
Herbert, 196. 
Herd, 249. 
Hereck, 149. 
Herens, 259. 
Herington, 160. 
Herman, 143. 
Hern, 166. 
Herrick, 159. 
Herricke, 133, 134, 156. 
Herrin, 272. 



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369 



Herring, 147, 176. 

Herrington, 271, 310. 

Herris, 166. 

Hersee, 175. 

Hersey, 261. 

Hervey, 319. 

Herwell, 245. 

Het, 142. 

Hetherse, 146. 

Heurn, 147. 

Heuston, 326. 

Hewen, 259. 

Hewens, 171. 

Hewes, 93, 101, 103, 104, 105, loS, 109, no, 
112, 113, 114, 115, uO, 125, 135, 312, 325. 

Hewett, 288, 295. 

Hews, 142, 165. 

Hewson, 288. 

Heyden, 138. 

Heyman, 149 

Heyward, 151. 

Heywood, 169. 

Hibbard, 312. 

Hibbens, 140. 

Hibber, 285. 

Hichborn, 165, 326. 

Hickey, 310, 321. 

Hickhng, 243, 296, 316. 

Hicks, 147. 

Hickson, 179. 

Hide, 147, 159. 

Hiden, 255. 

Hides, 145. 

Hier, 245. 

Higgenson, 137. 

Higgings, 277. 

Higgins, 255, 266, 285, 291. 

Higginson, 127. 

Higgison, 169. 

Higinbothem, 238. 

Higinson, 153. 

Hildreth, 325. 

Hildrick, 143. 

Hill, 93, 125, 135, 140, 142, 143, 144, 146, 150, 
152, 154, 158, 160, 165, 167, 168, 171, 177, 
208, 215, 221, 228, 264, 267, 271, 279, 295, 
297, 298, 302, 304, 307, 309, 315, 320. 

Hiller, 183, 184. 

Hilliard, 175. 

Hillman, 305. 

Hillyard, 130. 

Hihnan, 152, 175. 

Hilton, 142, 145, 146, 147, 290, 316. 

Hincks, 299. 

Hinckson, 146. 

Hines, 236, 312. 

Hinian, 276. 

Hiningway, 135. 

Hinkley, 260, 265, 288, 302. 

Hinksman, 146, 161. 

Hinman, 265. 

Hinsdall, 139, 179. 

Hinsdell, 177. 

Hipingstall, 242. 

Hipper, 317. 

Hirons, 290. 

Hisket, 165. 

Hitch, 287. 

Hitchcock, 156. 

Hitchcocke, 146. 

Hitchcoke, 154. 

Hitchin, 136. 

Hithins, 163. 

Hix, 154, 171. 

Hoare, 150, 151. 

Hoban, 298. 

Hobart, 168, 174, 175, 188,196. 

Hobbart, 151. 

Hobbey, 167. 

Hubbs, 146, 150. 

Hobby, 185. 

Hobson, 156. 

Hockens, 138. 

Hodgdon, 321. 



Hodges, 141. 

Hodgson, 313, 326. 

Hodskins, 246. 

Hogan, 311. 

Hogg, 140, 234, 284. 

Hoggeridge, 152. 

Hogh, 277. 

Hogsdon, 283. 

Hoile, 165. 

Hoite, 178. 

Hokins, 170. 

Holbroke, 140. 

Holbrook, 159, 173, 174, 177, 318. 

Holbrooke, 143, 144, 156, 169, 170, 173, 174, 

'77- 

Holcombe, 135. 
Holden, 157. 
Holdridge, 170. 
Holdsworth, 150. 
Holeborn, 312. 
Holgrave, 135. 
Holioak, 144. 
Holland, 93, 137, 147, 159, 166, 167, 168, 171, 

187, 193, 234, 318, 319, 327, 328. 
Hollard, 137. 
Holleday, 240. 
Hollidge, 139. 
Hollings, 196. 
Hollingsworth, 148. 
Holliock, 139. 
Hollioke, 153. 
Hollis, 174, 313. 
Hollister, 143. 
Hollmes, 226. 
Hollons, 270. 
Holloway, 186. 
Hollowell, 93, 100. 
Hollows, 29?. 
Hollyoke, 295. 
Holman, 147, 154, 164, 172. 
Holmes, 139, 141, 161, 171, 180, 223, 239, 253, 

320. 

Holowell, 168. 
Holt, 138. 

Holton, 149, 150, 157, 159, 162, 179, 180, 316. 
Holyoke, 165, 243. 
Holzand, 252. 
Hornan, 158, 264. 
Homans, 260, 277. 
Homer, 93, 248, 249,257, 267, 281, 283, 320, 

324,325. 

Homes, 165, 106, 170, 176, 269, 276. 
Honefield, 314. 
Honiwell, 212. 
Hood, 93, 163, 226, 243. 
Hoodley, 244. 
Hooke, 141, 160. 
Hooker, 135, 280. 
Hoole, 148. 

Hooper, 144, 233, 290, 302, 311. 
Hoord, 146. 
Hooton, 316, 329. 

Hopkins, 136, 165, 169, 249, 267, 280. 
Hopkinson, 140. 
Hoppin, 171. 
Hoptai, 278. 
Hore, 168, 173. 
Home, 133, 164, 236. 
Horner, 99. 
Horrel, 156. 
Horrick, 247. 
H orris, 165. 
Horseford, 135. 
Horsey, 279. 
Hort, 163. 

Horton, 169, 172, 231. 
Hosier, 133, 134, 244. 

Hoskins, 133, 134, 135, 136,243, 282, 300, 315. 
Hosmer, 136, 159. 
Hoson, 325. 
Hossenton, 179. 

Hough,' 135, 195, 198, 216, 225, 227. 
Houghton, 178. 
Houlden, 147. 



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Houldies, 245. 

Houlett, 153. 

Hoult, 162. 

Houlton, 135. 

Hounsell, 169. 

Houton, 172, 323. 

Hovey, 152, 155, 178, 302, 310, 313. 

Hovy, 320. 

How, 147, 149, 150, 155, 157, 159, 161, 105, 166, 

171, 201, 232, 246, 253, 273, 288, 291. 
Howard, 93, 145, 156, 158, 150, 164, 165, 169, 

'73. 2 35. 2 36, 256, 281, 288, 298, 300, 304, 
31. 3'7, 327- 
Howchenes, 140. 
Howe, 135, 137, 138, 14. 7 2 . 263. 
Howell, 139, 146, 230, 267, 284. 
Howen, 142, 166. 
Howes, 280, 299, 316. 
Hewlett, 135. 
Howman, 133. 
Howrd [Howard], 143. 
Hoykiugs, 171. 
Hoyland, 301. 
Hoytt, 134. 
Hozo, 302. 
Hubard, 150, 160. 
Hubbard, 103, 104, 105, 108, no, 1:2, 114, 

115, 116, 118, 119, 121, 127, 135, 136, 145, 

147, 148, 149, 153, 154, iSS, S7. 161, 17, 

173, 182,250,257,319,320. 
Hubbart, 155, 319. 
Hubbel, 258. 
Hubberd, 138. 
Hubbert, 135, 136, 137. 
Hubbirt, 178. 
Hubburt, 179. 
Huchison, 163. 
Hackings, 310. 
Hudson, 134, 137, 138, 1401 151 163. 165, 166, 

170,299,300,313. 
Hueson, 164. 
Huet, 312. 
Huffe, 1 66. 
Hughes, 202. 
Hughs, 295, 311. 
Huit, 144. 
Iluitt, 175. 
Hulbera, 133. 
Hulbert, 134. 

Hull, 134, 135, 136, 138, 145, 163, 164, 309. 
Hulling, 139. 
Hulme, 253, 270, 312. 
Hulton, 299. 
Humber, 148. 
Hume, 261. 
Humtrey, 137, 303. 
Humphrey, 171. 
Humphreyes, 140. 
Humphreys, 152. 

Humphry, 145, 147, 154, 155, iob, 173, 174. 
Humphry's, 171. 
Hunlock, 166. 
Hunn, 138. 
I lunnaman, 330. 
Hunnewell, 219, 319. 
Hunnewll [Hunnewell], 169. 
Huns, 264. 
Hunt, 93, 120, 141, 146, 150, 155, 157, 158, 159, 

165, 166, 167, 168, 174, 179, 273, 314. 
Hunter, 141, 245, 256, 271, 279, 301, 319, 326. 
Hunting, 139, 158, 176. 
Hurd, 140, 155, 168, 169, 317. 
Hurl, 314. 
Hurley, 284. 
Hurryman, 147. 
Hurst, 178. 
Huse, 158. 
Husk, 233. 
Huske, 172. 
Hussey, 135, 161, 238. 
Huston, 244. 
Hutchings, 279. 
Hutchingson, 135, 136. 
Hutchins, 133, 156. 



Hutchinson, 19, 93, 103, 127, 147, 151, 157, 
159, 164, 185, 188, 190, 191, 192, 205, 206, 
207, 215, 217, 218, 223, 224, 286, 306, 328. 

Hutchison, 179, 226. 

Huthinson, 149, 209, 273. 

Hutter, 330. 

Hutton, 151,305. 

Hyde, 237,311. 

Hyman, 244. 

Hyndman, 304. 

Hynes, 235. 

Hysir, 268. 

Hyslop, 124. 

Inches, 326. 

Indicott, 164. 

Ingalls, 151, 152. 

Ingerfield, 324, 326. 

Ingersol, 93, 125, 306, 325. 

Ingersoll, 94, 120, 149, 159, 267. 

Inggs, 164. 

In gill, 280. 

Inglesby, 167, 168, 323. 

Inglish, 164, 256, 260, 265, 313. 

Ingoldsbey, 142. 

Ingolls, 150, 155, 163. 

Ingols, 163. 

Ingraham, 166, 245. 

Ingram, 152, 156, 179, 180, 3*7. 

Innis, 278. 

Inster, 245. 

Ireland, 145, i6S. 

Irons, 173. 

Irvin, 302. 

Irving, 300. 

Irwen, 306. 

Isaack, 137. 

Islin, 140. 

Iver, 275. 

Ivers, 323. 

Ives, 137, 289. 

Jackson, 6, 93, 101, 103, 104, 105, 108, 1 10, 112, 
113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 121, 122, 

124. '37. Hit '43. 'So, 152. 'S3. '57. "59. 
101, 168, 191, 239, 240, 250, 282, 290, 291, 

298. 299. 35 38. 3'3, 3i9. 320, 322. 
Jaco, 150. 

Jacob, 136, 137, 152, 155, 157, 174, 175, 246. 
Jacobson, 256, 276, 299, 305, 316. 
Tack, 252. 

ackewish, 147. 

ackline, 161. 

acklinge, 136. 
packman, 157. 
] acquish, 149. 
''akson, 159. 
James, 94, 133, 134, 142, 143, 156, 157, 166, 

'74. '75. 255- 
nison, 286. 
anverin, 239. 
armann, 240. 
armyn, 166. 
arrat, 140. 
arvis, 94, 124, 166, 257, 286, 289, 303, 310, 

3'7. 323. 328. 
cques, 162. 
eanes, 180. 
effeirs, 315. 
efferds, 318, 319. 
effereis, 227. 
effers, 281. 
effery's, 169. 
effries, 124, 133. 
effry, 93, 94, 134, '35- 
effrys, 194, 203. 
efts, 160. 
ellett, 136. 
ellin^s, 305. 
emmison, 309. 
enery, 153. 
eningson, 156. 
enison, 143. 
enkin, 146. 



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371 



Jenkins, 144, 158, 164, 230, 232, 241, 261, 275, 

284, 29, 32. 3S, 3S, 327- 

enne, 315. 

enner, 137, 163. 

ennings, 284, 320. 

ennison, 133, 303, 330. 

eofferies, 146. 

epson, 93, 94, 125, 228, 312. 

erham, 250. 

ernigan, 246. 

ervis, 253, 265, 297. 

ess, 233. 

ewel, 175. 

ewet, 139, 140, 149, 150, 151, 153, 157. 

ewett, 155. 

incks, 156. 

inke, 167. 

inkins, 164, 166. 

innings, 168. 

oanes, 139, 143, 144, 240. 

oans, 160. 

ocelyn, 147. 

ohannett, 314. 

ohn, 245, 265, 271, 291. 

ohnin, 237. 

ohns, 313. 

ohnson,94, 103, 133, 134, 136, 137, 138, 145, 
146, 147, 149, 153, 157, 162, 163, 166, i6S, 
169, 170, 175, a7, 236, 238, 243, 244, 245, 
254, 258, 259, 265, 268, 271, 280, 287, 288, 
295, 310, 313, 322. 

ohnston, 306, 315, 318. 

ohonnot, 318, 322, 323. 

oles, 204. 

ones, 93, 94, 124, 134, 144, 145, 146, 148, 151, 
152, 154, 155, 158, 161, 162, 165, 166, 169, 

*7 l > '72, 174. "75. 2 ". 2 3. 233. 239. 246, 
252, 256, 257, 260, 265, 276, 279, 288, 292, 
294, 295, 301, 306, 309, 310, 318, 325, 326. 

ons, 160. 

onson, 161. 

ordan, 144, 147, 176, 251. 
" orden, 310. 

oselin, 152. 

oseph, 292, 306. 

oslin, 263. 

osline, 161. 

bss, 227. 
I ovory, 163. 

owles, 177. 

07,148, 175,320. 
Joye, 228. 
]'oyliffe, 151, 164. 
Judd, 137, 157, 161, 168. 
^fuhan, 308. 
] ulien, 123. 

unkins, 260, 317. 

urden, 172. 

ynks, 163. 

Kahaven, 288. 

Kain, 286, 310. 

Kaine, 137. 

Kalender, 320. 

Kan, 279. 

Kane, 300. 

Kannady, 254. 

Karder, 137. 

Karnes, 320. 

Kasey, 289. 

Katen, 27, 94. 

Kates, 165. 

Katherick, 141. 

Kavanaugh, 273. 

Kealahorn, 284. 

Keanan, 285. 

Keats, 317. 

Keayne, 140. 

Keefe, 288. 

Keeffs, 272. 

Keen, 27, 28, 94, 169, 227, 243, 247, 248, 270. 

Keepe, 149. 

Keeting, 253. 

Keezar, 139. 



Keighly, 94. 

Keith, 254,311, 323. 

Kelhain, 252. 

Kelinack, 230. 

Kelineck, 232. 

Kell, 276. 

Kelleran, 94. 

Kelley, 94, 152, 165, 171, 251, 265, 268, 272. 

Kelling, 308. 

Kellog, 178, 179. 

Kellond, 164. 

Kellum, 155. 

Kelhvell, 290. 

Kelly, 141, 149, 150, 232, 251, 269, 288. 

Kelsey, 136. 

Kelso, 278. 

Kelton, 168, 170. 

Kemball, 136, 138, 156, 157, 162, 175. 

Kemble, 166. 

Kempe, 139. 

Kemple, 310. 

Kempster, 144. 

Ken, 279. 

Kenady, 289. 

Kendall, 144, 154. 

Kendrick, 312. 

Kendricks, 198. 

Kenerick, 140. 

Kenicot, 150. 

Kennarick, 159. 

Kenned, 257. 

Kennedy, 253, 258, 268, 269. 

Kennett, 294. 

Kenney, 250. 

Kennicot, 150. 

Kenniston, 142. 

Kenny, 214. 

Kent, 136, 139, 144, 147, 149, 155, 158, 168, 234, 
255. 273. 289, 308. 

Kentisby, 256. 

Kentow, 280. 

Keny, 172. 

Keoho, 272. 

Kerkwood, 232. 

Kerly, 144, 148. 

Kermont, 270. 

Kerrel, 263. 

Kerwood, 263. 

Ketcham, 137. 

Ketchum, 310. 

Kette, 150. 

Kettle, 136, 326. 

Kewen, 294. 

Keyn, 166. 

Keyne, 273. 

Kibbey, 142. 

Kid, 266. 

Kidder, 94, 238. 

Kidur, 160. 

Kilbany,3O2. 

Kilborne, 140. 

Kilby, loo, 184, 189, 298. 

Kilcup, if>i, 109. 

Kilham, 141. 

Killbei, 226, 228. 

Killbreath, 265. 

Killcup, 228. 

Killeran, 28, 125. 

Killey, 253, 281, 284. 

Killpatrick, 250. 

Killson, 312. 

Kitnball, 156, 159, 162, 197. 

Kipiboll, 160. 

King, 73i 74. 94. '25, 155. 'S 6 . i'> " 6z . 164, 
"69, 174, '75, 3S. 237. 241, 246, 250, 265, 
273. 277. 288, 298, 307, 31 1, 320. 

Kinge, 137, 138, 179, 180. 

Kingman, 137, 148, 156, 174. 

Kingsberry, 141, 176. 

Kingsbery, 153, 156. 

Kingsbury, 137, 158, 176. 

Kingsly, 145. 

Kingston, 176. 

Kinlock, 287. 



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Kinnev, 298, 311. 

Kinnidy, 305. 

Kinseleye, 140. 

Kinsley, 172, 179. 

Kinsly, 155. 

Kinsman, 152. 

Kirbey, 165, 167. 

Kirby, 290. 

Kirkwood, 291, 302. 

Kirman, 134. 

Kirrey, 153. 

Kitchm, 142. 

Knap, 178. 

Knapp, 178. 

Knapton,23S. 

Kneeland, 28,94, IO2 i '68, 263, 294, 321, 321, 

323,326, 33- 
Knige, 180. 
Knight, 28, 94, 125, 137, 138, 142, 145, 146, 

147, 150, 153, 157, 164, 168, 272, 288. 
Knights, 143. 
Kno, 282. 
Knohre, 158. 
Knolls, 137. 
Knolton, 155, 156. 
Knot, 241. 
Knoules, 145. 
Knoulton, 141. 
Knowles, 252, 256, 286. 
Knox, 243, 318, 324, 326. 
Robert, 273. 
Kubey, 170. 

Labarus, 169. 

Labbloome, 226. 

Lablanch, 245. 

Lad, 256. 

Lagan, 94. 

Laha, 314, 316. 

Laines, 151, 228. 

Lake, 141, 143, 150, 207, 251. 

Lakey, 271. 

Lakin, 150. 

Laking, 151. 

Lamb, 75, 94, 125, 162, 168, 170, 173, 243, 249, 

320. 

Lambart, 263. 
Lambe, 133, 134, 228. 
Lambert, 140, 282, 324, 326. 
Lamberth, 272. 
Lamm, 273. 
Lamont, 29, 94. 
La Mottee, 29. 
Lampson, 138, 154, 280. 
Lamson, 158. 
Lanckton, 136, 155. 
Landale, 306. 
Landon, 166, 169, 225. 
Lane, 147, 151, 153, 160, 165, 166, 174, 175, 

176, 178, 234, 238, 240, 256, 265, 273. 
Lang, 247. 
Langberry, 153. 

Langdon, 272, 286, 312, 313, 321, 325, 327. 
Langford, 143, 243. 
Langhton, 326. 
Langlee, 174. 
Langley, 139, 172, 233. 
Langworth, 276. 
Lankestar, 162. 
Lansford, 279. 
Lapa, 311. 
Lapier, 94. 
Laply, 259. 
Larey, 272, 279, 307. 
Larken, 255, 256. 
Larkin, 75, 76, 94, 140, 312, 321. 
Larment, 241. 
Larmore, 293. 
Larnard, 288. 
Larrance, 262. 
Larrott, 94. 
Lase, 289. 
Lash, 165. 
Laskin, 140. 



Lassey, 272. 

Lastly, 240. 

Lathrop, 229, 230, 231, 236. 

Latta, 307. 

Latthorn, 284. 

Laughton, 124, 180. 

Laurence, 138, 165, 171, 389. 

Lavender, 310. 

Lavis, 167. 

Law, 259. 

Lawes, 141. 

Lawler, 287, 302, 304. 

Lawley, 257. 

Law ranee, 274. 

Lawren, 296. 

Lawrence, 151, 200, 296. 

Laws, 30, 94, 301. 

Lawson, 76, 94, 124, 246, 268, 318, 319. 

Laylon, 139, 151, 155. 

Lazell, 154, 174, 175- 

Leach, 133, 143, 252. 

Leadbetter, 150, 172, 216, 217. 

Leader, 145. 

Leades, 179. 

Leads, 172. 

Leager, 141. 

Lealand, 177. 

Learman, aSS. 

Learned, 135, 144. 

Leaveritt, 325. 

Leavitt, 321. 

Leawis, 134. 

Lebauch, 250. 

Leblam, 239. 

Leblou, 249. 

Le Bourden, 314. 

Le Bourdon, 314. 

Lebrok, 241. 

Lecan, 241. 

Leckei, 227. 

Le Crais, 288. 

Lecras, 241. 

Leddell, 293. 

Ledley, 322. 

Ledyard, 269. 

Lee, 150, 267, 275, 278, zSS, 292, 305, 311, 326^ 

Leech, 148, 155, 165, 167. 

Leeds, 143, 150, 155, 171. 

Legg, 136, 155,161,193.. 

Le Grand, 314. 

Leichfeild, 171. 

Leishman, 30, 94. 

Leith, 303. 

Leland, 172, 234. 

Lemannett, 241., 

Le Masservier, 315. 

Lendell, 47. 

Lennard, 240. 

Lenox, 30, 94. 

Leoman, 142 

Leonard, 149, 162, 174, 255. 

Leores, 273. 

Lepair, 125. 

Lepear, 31. 

Lepine, 265. 

Leprevet, 241. 

Lerebe, 158. 

Le Roy, 315. 

Lesage, 241. 

Lescey, 171. 

Leshon, 315. 

Le Siberrel, 288. 

Le Siberrill, 288. 

Leslie, 268. 

Leson, 178. 

Lessely, 316. 

Letham, 276. 

Letherbriage, 166. 

Lethermore, 136. 

Letlefeild, 146. 

Leuson, 139. 

Leutt, 270. 

Levens, 135, 178. 

Leveret, 188, 191, zo6. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



373 



L,everett, 164. 
Leveritt, 135, 140. 
Level, 154, 169. 
Levett, 137. 
Levil, 241. 

Levingstone, 173, 174, 230. 
Levit, 171, 174, 175. 
Levitt, 170. 
Lewes, 142, 144, 263. 

Lewis, 31, 137, 146, 147, 148, 157, 161, 163, 
167, 169, 172, 240, 244, 245, 247, 253, 259, 
277, 280, 283, 291, 293, 299, 306, 315. 
Lher, 319. 
Libey, 280. 
Lightfoote, 137. 
Lilley, 169. 
Lillford, 148. 
Lillie, 225, 261. 
Lilly, 163, 274, 289. 
Limeburn, 293. 
Limeburner, 314. 
Liraon, 162. 
Linch, 272, 289, 310. 
Lincoln, 155, 174. 175, 270, 321. 
Lincolne, 142, 151, 154. 
Lindall, 105, 114, 121. 
Linde, 161. 
Lindell, 42, in. 
Lindon, 147. 
Lindly, 236. 
Lindsey, 259, 304. 
Line, 143. 
Linkletre, 252. 
Linkletter, 264. 
Linkorne, 138. 
Linsby, 320. 
Linsey, 282. 
Linsford, 173. 
Lion, 160, 172. 
Lipincote, 140. 
Liscombe, 169. 
Lisle, 303. 
Lister, 142. 
Litchmore, 320. 

Lithered, 238. 

Litlefeild, 146. 

Livermore, 150, 160. 

Livey, 274. 

Lloyd, oo, 324. 
Loang, 275. 

Lobdell, 32, 94, 152, 175, 176. 

Lobden, 124. 
Locker, 270. 

Lockewood, 133. 

Lockrnaker, 247. 

Lockwood, 133, 138. 

Lo[f]t, 167. 

Logan, 32, 257. 

Logen, 266. 

Logic, 265. 

Loller, 269. 

Lomas, 179. 

Lone, 277. 

Loneda, 94. 

Lonedon, 94. 

Long, 272, 306, 308. 

Longe, 137, 144. 

Lookely, 169. 

Looker, 142, 144. 

Lopez, 234. 

Lord, 136, 137, 140, 146, 185, 243, 287. 

Loreing, 137. 

Loring, 151, 174, 175, 182, 1.84, 185, 246, 251, 
253. zo'. 293. 34. 3>6, 318, 3'9i 3 3 4- 

Lothrop, 205. 

Lotter, 307. 

Louden, 149. 

Loughton, 232. 

Lovatt, 299. 

Love, 173, 184, 185, 186, 190, 203, 243", 316. 

Lovegrove, 256. 

Lovejoy, 151, 152. 

Lovel, 265. 

Lovell, 137, 174, 230. 



Loverain, 165. 

Lovereo, 227. 

Loverin, 137. 

Levering, 318. 

Lovet, 152, 177. 

Lovjoy, 162. 

Lovlel, 241. 

Lovrell, 175. 

Low, 77, 94, 175, 230, 330. 

Lowden, 77, 78, 142, 324. 

Lowder, 240, 320. 

Lowdey, 250. 

Lowe, 321. 

Lowel, 244. 

Lowell, 141, 149, 167, 227, 276. 

Lowther, 307. 

Lowthrop, 135. 

Loyd, 253, 320. 

Loyde, 299, 302, 310. 

Loyle, 293. 

Luby, 274. 

Lucas, 266, 281, 302, 320, 330, 331. 

Luce, 294, 314, 316. 

Lucey, 238. 

Luckis, 17, 243. 

Luckus, 89. 

Luddon, 173, 174. 

Ludkin, 137, 138. 

Ludlowe, 133. 

Lugmore, 238. 

Luis, 175. 

Luise, 157. 

Luke, 244. 

Lull, 151. 

Lumbard, 162. 

Lumberd [Lombard ?], 133, 134. 

Lumbert, 135, 273. 

Lumkin, 138. 

Lumpson, 152. 

Lunt, 139, 152, 156, 168, 311. 

Lush, 94, 266. 

Lusher, 273. 

Lussher, 139. 

Lux, 168. 

Lux ford, 153. 

Lyall, 264. 

Lyde, 328, 329. 

Lydell, 94. 

Lydget, 151. 

Lyman, 134, 180, 219. 

Lymon, 157. 

Lynch, 263. 

Lyncoln, 150, 330. 

Lynd, 136, 150. 

Lyndall, 154. 

Lynde, 127, 165, 166, 187, 2*0. 

Lynds, 154. 

Lyndsay, 298. 

Lyntey, 94. 

Lynzey, 158. 

Lynzy, 163. 

Lyon, 145, 148, 149, 154, 159, 170, 172, 238, 

262. 

Lytherland, 167, 168. 
Lytlefeild, 150. 

Mack, 274. 
Mackanah, 176. 
Mackarty, 167. 
Mackay, 277, 289, 304. 
Mackbun, 289. 
Mackdaniel, 166. 
Mackdonel, 254. 
Mackemoryn, 168. 
Mackeny, 177. 
Mackerle, 302. 
Mackerwither, 177. 
Mackey, 260. 
Mackiah, 176. 
Mack Intash, 267. 
Mackintosh, 177. 
Mackientick, 206. 
Macklin, 235. 
Macknerol 



35- 
1, 240. 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Macknutt, 253. 

Mackrell, 235. 

Mackrill, 203, 205. 

Mackroth, 371. 

Macksford, 249. 

Madden, 326. 

Maddison, 167. 

Maddock, 146. 

Mader, 143. 

Madinde, 147. . 

Madock, 311. 

Mady, 252. 

Magar, 285. 

Magee, 310. 

Maggott, 136. 

Magner, 325. 

Magrath, 243. 

Magvarlee, 175. 

Mahan, 273, 285. 

Mahane, 311. 

Mahewe, 135. 

Mahon, 275. 

Mahony, 287. 

Maies, 141, 147. 

Main, 285, 288, 305. 

Mainerd, 161. 

Mainland, 259. 

Maisters, 134. 

Malam, 213. 

Malcolm, 276. 

Malcom, 272, 290, 301, 317. 

Malcomb, 297, 301. 

Malcum, 308. 

Mall, 290. 

Mallan, 300. 

Mallone, 305. 

Malony, 299. 

Malson, 272. 

Man, 154, 169, 172, 173, 194, 128, 322. 

Manderston, 258. 

Mandervel, 288. 

Mang, 148. 

Maning, 150. 

Mankey, 261. 

Manley, 161, 174, 191, 199. 

Mann, 79, 94, 124. 

Manning, 140, 143, 165, 166. 205, 216, 249, 
288. 

Mansfeild, 143, 157, 163, 174, 175. 

Mansfield, 250, 253, 269. 

Manson, 79, 80, 231. 

Manter, 277. 

Maragrine, 284. 

Marble, 147. 

March, 142, 156. 

Marcham, 156. 

Mardson, 312. 

Margeson, 238. 

Margrett, 256, 260. 

Manner, 226. 

Marion, 78, 79, Si, 124, 196, 210, 225. 

Mariot, 95. 

Maris, 271. 

Markeham, 153. 

Markham, 152, 179. 

Markland, 242. 

Maroney, 297. 

Marr, 239. 

Marran, 285. 

Marret, 148. 

Marriner, 182, 269. 

Marrion, 145, 154. 

Marroie, 282. 

Marryott, 137. 

Marsh, 147, 151, 154, 155, 161, 162, 165, i6S, 
173, '75,178. 179- 

Marshal, 162, 257. 

Marshall, 33, Si, 94, 95, 124, 136, 138, 141, 
143, 145, 147, 150, 156, 158, 160, 161, 163, 
165, 168, 179, 203, 242, 244, 248, 254, 255, 
258, 265, 273, 278, 283, 291 ,295. 

Marshcroft, 170. 

Marshe, 137. 

Marsliell, 158. 



Marshfield, 162. 

Marshom, 312. 

Marsl, 323. 

Marson, 95. 

Marston, 141, 149, 150, 153, 312, 314. 

Marten, 139, 140, 319, 320, 325, 327. 

Martial, 136. 

Martin, 140, 145, 148, 149, 239, 248, 261, 288, 

, 293, 305, 31- 

Marline, 161. 

Martyn, 147, 167. 

Mary, 237, 262, 265, 292. 

Maryion, 164. 

Maryon, 164, 166. 

Mascoll, 154. 

Maskor, 150. 

Mason, 34, 95, 101, 117, 124, 136, 145, 148, 
149, 150, 151, 158, 159, 164, 165, 166, 167, 
169, 171, 176, 177, 182, 216, 279, 321. 

Masser, 169. 

Massey, 149. 

Massie, 140. 

Massy, 135. 

Master, 245. 

Masters, 35, 94, 95, 125, 23P, 301. 

MasCerson, 153. 

Mastin, 258. 

Maston, 162. 

Mather, 144, 155, 162, 168, 170, 171, 222, 328. 

Mathew, 293. 

Mathews, 36, 95, 257, 265, 269. 

Mathis, 142. 

Matson, 135, 148, 164, 165. 

Mattax, 312. 

Matthews, 167, 274. 

Mattin, 314. 

Mattock, 1 66, 167. 

Mattocke, 145, 227. 

Mattoone, 146. 

Mattox, 164. 

Mattson, 228. 

Mattucke, 139. 

Maud, 313, 315. 

Maude, 137. 

Maudsley, 139, 154. 

Maugher, 310. 

Maul, 276. 

Maverick, 166, 233, 243. 

Mavericke, 146, 161. 

Mavracke {Maverick?], 133, 134, 136. 

Mavricke [Maverick?], 134. 

Mawdley, 253. 

Mawry, 134. 

Maxfeild, 172. 

Maxwell, 149, 168, 249, 260, 261, 264, 289, 

293, 294. 3'9- 
May, 95, 148, 159, 319, 320. 
Mayer, 322. 
Mayes, 171, 3:8. 
Mayhew, 2fo. 
Mayho, 286. 
Maynard, 143, 144, 157. 
Mayo, 170. 
McBrarn, 293. 
McBrine, 294. 
McCannon, 267. 
McCarney, 251. 
McCarrell, 245, 265. 
McCartei, 226. 
McCarter, 276. 
McCartey, 306. 
McCarthy, 95. 
McCartie, 307. 
McCarty, 265, 269, 288, 310. 
McCIain, 15. 
McClaran, 259. 
McCleutick, 281, 304. 
McClester, 302. 
McClintick, 272. 
McCloud, 250, 267. 
McCluer, 318. 
McComb, 244. 
McConnel, 290. 
McCordey, 260. 



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375 



McCordy, 293. 

McCourdre, 36. 

McCowan, 259. 

McCowdre, 99. 

McCowen, 287. 

McCoy, 229, 246. 

McCracken, 293. 

McCulloch, 36, 95, 275. 

McCurdy, 252, 284. 

McDaniel, 243, 263, 300, 305, 314. 

McDonald, 275. 

McDonnaugh, 289. 

McDonnell, 296. 

McDonogh, 299. 

McDuell, 293. 

McDufie, 286. 

McDugall, 292. 

McDunner, 288. 

McEvan, 281. 

McEwen, 294, 309. 

McFadden, 320. 

McFarlan, 304. 

McFarland, 297. 

McFarlin, 315. 

McFee, 286. 

McFerren, 257. 

McFerson, 252. 

McForland, 293. 

McGarth, 250. 

McGee, 274. 

McGhune, 281 . 

McGill, 293. 

McGrah, 273. 

McGray, 285. 

McGregor, 282. 

McGroth, 265. 

McHaney, 300. 

Mchoon, 298. 

Mclntire, 252. 

Mclntosh, 37, 95, 296. 

McKean, 246, 278. 

McKeen, 300. 

McKeil, 263. 

McKeller, 293. 

McKendly, 293. 

McKennedy, 305. 

McKennery, 277. 

McKensey, 308. 

McKew, 294. 

McKillop, 293. 

McKimm, 248. 

McKnap, 312. 

McKnit, 310. 

McKown, 318. 

McLallean, 277. 

McLane, 250. 

McLartin, 284. 

Mcl^ean, 276, 277, 289, 305, 309. 

McLeod, 307. 

McMaster, 269, 287, 307. 

McMasters, 296, 301. 

McMean, 309, 310. 

McNaghton, 293. 

McNamara, 263, 273, 287, 288. 

McNeal, 37, 42, 94, 95, 124, 257, 260, 264, 278 

34- 

McNeil, 288, 295, 301, 307, 310, 311, 320. 
McNeil!, 42, 264, 319, 322. 
McNemaro, 269. 
McNutt, 257, 286, 300. 
McPhillimy, 249, 250, 255. 
McPhilomy, 262. 
McRoss, 294. 
McSweney, 298. 
McThelomy, 257. 
McVicker, 293. 
Meade, 138, 148. 
Meads, 156. 
Meaglan, 285. 
Meakins, 138, 179. 
Mealon, 285. 
Means, 319. 
Mears, 279. 
Medcalf, 287. 



Medcalfe, 141, 143, 145, 147, 157, 177. 

Meears, 196. 

Meede, 170. 

Meer's, 168. 

Meeres, 228. 

Meinzies, 217. 

Mekyn, 137. 

Melby, 155. 

Melish, 234. 

Melledge, 272. 

Mellege, 318. 

Mellen, 140. 

Melley, 95. 

Mellish, 303. 

Mellowes, 135, 150. 

Mellus, 78, 94, 124. 

Mellvin, 227. 

Melone, 249. 

Me Loy, 42. 

Melveill, 307. 

Melvill, 325. 

Memory, 172. 

Meiny, 248. 

Mendam, 145. 

Menth, 311. 

Mercier, 313. 

Mereman, 260. 

Meriam, 163. 

Merren, 294. 

Merrett, 308. 

Merriam, 139, 141, 145, 154, 163. 

Murrick, 148. 

Mtrrifeild, 172. 

Merril, 156. 

Merrill, 140, 157. 

Merrit, 157. 

Merrosv, 154. 

Merry, 135, 180. 

Merrypine, 255. 

Merth, 292. 

Meserve, 270. 

Messenger, 148,164, 167. 

Messengr [Messenger?], 169. 

Messervey, 314. 



Messinger, 165. 
Metcalt, 152, 158. 



Metcalfe, 136, 142, 144, 156, 176. 

Michel), 42, 144, 296. 

Micher, 255. 

Mick, 246. 

Mickel, 265. 

Mico, 185. 

Middlecott, 161, 167. 

Middleton, 165. 

Midford, 292. 

Miers, 230. 

Mighell, 172. 

Mighill, 140, 153. 

Mile, 146. 

Miles, 139, 143, 154, 164, 261. 

Millar, 153, 157. 

Miller, 138, 139, 162, 170, 180, 183, 227, 228, 
229, 252, 258, 267, 270, 277, 285, 286, 287, 
290, 294, 306, 313, 317, 326, 329. 

Milles, 146. 

Millett, 146, 311. 

Mills, 133, 167, 176, 258, 266, 270. 

Millward, 243. 

Millwood, 316. 

Millwright, 259. 

Milton, 168, 175, 248, 330. 

Mindis, 281. 

Minerd, 158. 

Minga, 257. 

Mingy, 140. 

Minor, 135. 

Minot, 135, 14$, 160, 168, 315, 328. 

Minott, 171, 200, 219, 296. 

Mhiton, 289. 

Minzey, 266. 

M:res, 241. 

Miriam, 94, 144. 

Mirock, 157. 

Mirriam, 145, 153. 



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CITY DOCUMENT Xo. 100. 



Mirricke, 162. 

Mitchel, 247, 255, 262, 265, 272, 303, 315. 

Mitchell, 94, 230, 239, 257, 304, 308. 

Mitford, 294. 

Mitten, 147. 

Mix, 265. 

Mixer, 138. 

Mixsure, 178. 

Moat, 301. 

Modsley, 144, 171. 

Moffat, 242. 

Mohaer, 242. 

Moldsworth, 287. 

Molineaux, 327. 

Molineux, 43. 

Molliken, 263. 

Mollineau, 99. 

Mollineaux, 325. 

Mollony, 266. 

Moloney, 298. 

Molony, 267. 

Molten, 244. 

Aloltman, 43. 

Mon, 309. 

Moncoy, 241. 

Mondy, 160. 

Monk, 211. 

Monke, 168. 

Monlony, 248. 

Montague, 146, 162. 

Monteer, 227. 

Montfforde, 228. 

Montgomerie, 251, 270, 2*87 . 

Montgomery, 276, 278. 

Moodei, 226. 

Moody, 135, 136,148, 156, 161, 178, 179, 252, 

, 275,314,318,319,32.?. 
Moor, 81, 95, 149, 163, 189, 245, 248, 249, 251, 

252, 261, 263, 265, 266, 267, 273, 276, 282, 

284, 290, 309, 314. 
Moore, 82, 124, 125, 134, 141, 145,146, 148, 

150, 159, 164, 169, 214, 251, 283, 318. 
Moores, 162. 
Moors, 163. 
Morcomb, 287. 

More, 137, 139, 142, 143, 232, 285. 
Moreau, 170. 
Moredock, 239. 
Morem, de, 280. 
Mores, 245. 

Morey, 172, 250, 256, 274. 
Morgan, 143, 162, 273, 330. 
Morgen, 274. 
Merges, 273* 
Morisey, 288. 
Morley, 261, 296. 
Morly, 143. 
Moroney, 310. 
Morphey, 168. 
Morrall, 134. 
Morrel, 162. 
Morrell, 156, 160. 
Morrey, 270. 

Morris, 169, 170, 266, 376, 307, 312, 314. 
Morrison, 166,246, 251,261, 268,281, 282,283, 

284, 296. 
Morriss, 159. 
Morrs, 44, 133. 
Morry, 170, 255. 
Morse, 136, 141, 146, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 

164, 176, 177, 104, 248, 271, 310. 
Morss, 177. 
Mortimer, 322. 
Mortimore, 166. 
Morton, 161, 246, 248, 250, 258, 264, 268, 278, 

287, 292, 293, 303, 306, 314, 319. 
Mory, 157, 172. 
Mose, 141. 
Moseley, 307. 
Mosier, 167. 
Moss, 289. 
Mosse, 137, 149. 
Mosses, 287. 
Mote, 266. 



Mott, 137, 171, 173, 311. 

Mould, 182. 

Moulton, 134, 138, 139, 243. 

Mountague, 178. 

Mounteque, 155. 

Mountfort, 164, 167. 

Mousell, 135, 145, 233. 

Moxam, 138. 

Mudd, 167. 

Mudg, 159. 

Mudget, 160. 

Muggot, 125. 

Muire, 286. 

Mulberry, 168. 

Mulcahy, 298. 

Mulford, 238. 

Mull, 278. 

Mullen, 168. 

Mullins, 231. 

Mullons, 260. 

Mumford, 169, 199, 246. 

Munday, 140. 

Mundersoll, 124. 

Munings, 136. 

Munioy, 144. 

Munn, 281. 

Munro, 313. 

Munroe, 160, 249, 261, 304. 

Munrow, 292. 

Murdock, 241. 

Murey, 270. 

Muris, 283. 

Murphey, 251, 253, 273. 

Murphy, 270, 284, 287, 289, 298, 311. 

Murray, 286, 324. 

Murrey, 264, 276, 286. 

Mushell, 133, 134. 

Musselwhit, 139. 

Mussey, 136. 

Muste, 135. 

Muzzey, 148. 

M Xg att 44- 
Mygott,9S. 
Mylam, 137. 
Mylletl, 133. 
Myriam, 159. 

Nap, 171. 

Naping, 230. 

Narramore, 164, 167. 

Nash, 143, 149, 154, 157, 166, 168, 173, 174, 

178,276,305. 
Nashe, 135. 
Nason, 145. 
Naster, 283. 
Nation, 268. 
Nations, 273, 302. 
Nazro, 303. 
Neace, 302. 
Neail, 244. 
Neal, 279, 283. 
Neale, 142, 147, 168, 173. 
Nean, 251. 
Needam, 144. 
Needham, 163, 164, 165. 
Neges, 163. 
Negos, 135. 
Negro, 176. 
Negus, 144, 167. 
Nelson, 140, 148, 216, 299. 
Nesbet, 276. 
Ness, 311. 

Nethrland [Netherland], 136. 
Nettleton, 271. 
Nevil, 243, 279. 
New, 242, 312. 
Newall, 158, 303, 316, 331. 
Newberry, 143, 176. 
Newbery, 136, 159. 
Newbury, 188. 
Newby, 307.' 
Newcomb, 173. 
Newegate, 136. 
Newel, 159, 244, 320, 321. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



377 



Newell, 125, 136, 145, 147, 170, 248, 262, 277, 

279' 2 9S. 297. 33 3", 3-i7- 
Neweman, 139. 
Neweton, 134. 
Newhall, 157, 158, 163. 
Newman, 246, 269, 286, 326. 
Newsham, 257. 
Newton, 142, 143, 144, 150, 157, 163, 172, 252, 

278, 279. 
Newtten, 161. 
Niccolls, 150. 
Nicholate, 152. 
Nicholes, 161, 275. 
Nicholl, 326. 
Nicholls, 149, 157. 
Nichols, 157, 221, 277, 299. 
Nicholson, 165, 200. 
Nickels, 319. 
Nickerson, 138, 286. 
Nickols, 163. 
Nickolson, 174. 
Nicoles, 137. 
Nicolles, 226, 227. 
Nicolls, 174, 175. 
Night, 301. 
Nightingall, 162. 
Nile, 155, 173. 
Nims, 180. 
Nisbett, 268. 
Nitingale, 173. 
Noble, 156, 255, 320. 
Noddle, 133. 
Nogget, 157. 
Noice, 278. 
Noise, 156, 138. 
Nolan, 231. 
Nolen, 320. 
Nophen, 272. 
Norcros, 143. 
Norcross, 145. 
Norcrosse, 145. 
Norden, 148, 149, 159, 166. 
Norman, 155. 
Norrice, 140. 
Norris, 229, 230. 
North, 141, 178, 179. 
Northam, 178. 
Northup, 276. 
Northy, 240, 244. 
Norton, 133, 135, 137, 138, 142, 146, 155, 165, 

1 66, 174, 249. 
Norwick, 140. 
Nowel, 153. 

Nowell, 95, 137, 150, 166, 324. 
Now Ian, 285. 
Nowland, 311. 
Nowling, 253. 
Noyce, 152, 290. 

Noyes, 95, 124, 150, 152, 153, 202, ai$. 
Noys, 157. 
Noyse, 140. 
Nuby, 238. 
Nuff, 271. 
Nuhan, 284. 
Nurs, 159. 
Nurse, 159. 
Nuton, 274. 
Nutson, 269, 290, 302. 
Nuttage, 249, 267. 
Nutte, 138. 
Nutter, 149. 
Nutting, 147,253,300. 
Nutwich, 254. 
Nyles, 144. 

Oake, 161. 

Oakeman, 147. 

Oakes, 151, 188, 276, 281, 286, 290, 314. 

Oakeum, 304. 

Oaks, 158. 

Obear, 253. 

Obinson, 166. 

O'Brien, 298. 

Obrum, 257. 



O'Bryan, 310. 

Ochinton, 165. 

Odal, 168. ' 

O Daniel, 288. 

Odin, 319. 

Odlin, 164, 167, 168. 

Odlyn, 135. 

O Donal, 251. 

O'Donel, 298. 

Odonely, 257. 

Ogilve, 237. 

Ogilvie, 217. 

Ohara, 236. 

Okes, 142. 

Oldam, 151, 160. 

Oldeham, 133. 

Old Field, 312. 

Olds, 314. 

Oldum, 159. 

Olford, 254. 

Oliver, 49, 95, 99, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 
107, 108,109, no, in, 112, 113, 114,115, 
116, 117, 118, 119, 121, 123, 124, 125, 126, 
127, 134, 135, 140, 141, 161, 164, 182, 191, 
198, 205, 208, 214, 217, 220, 223, 270, 309. 

Olliuer [Olliver?], 153. 



Olliver, 152, 155, 156, 161. 
Ollivr (Olliver?), 151. 



Ollyver, see Oliver. 

Olmstead, 134. 

Olney, 138. 

Oman, 292, 314. 

Omand, 282, 283. 

ONeal, 253, 273. 

Onion, 144, 176. 

Orchard, 165, 244. 

Ordaway, 149. 

Ore, 271. 

Orill, 95, \2t 

Orin, 265. 

Ormsby, 286. 

Ornellas, de, 281. 

Orr, 245, 247, .252, 254, 286, 296, 304. 

Orrick, 249. 

Orris, 164, 167, 169. 

Orston, 283. 

Ory, 237. 

Osborn, 95, 124, 171, 236. 

Osborne, 103, 104, 105, 108, 109, no, 112, 113, 

114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 121, 127, 139, 

151,279,297,299. 
Osburn, 159. 
Osburne, 144, 152. 

Osgood, 136, 139, 149, 153, 160, 163, 260. 
Osmer, 138. 
Osop, 165. 
Otis, 319, 320. 
Ottis, 137. 
Ouldam, 145. 
Oursell, 236. 
Overmore, 150. 

Owen, 95, 145, 172, 173, 231, 261, 271, 277, 282. 
Oxenbridge, 150, 233. 

Pace, 243. 

Paddeshall, 151. 

Paddey, 166. 

Paddleford, 173, 177. 

Padert, 254. 

Padock, 320. 

Paffer, 163. 

Page, 133, H'. '4 2 i 148, 160, 178, 323. 

Paget, 312. 

Pagett, 296. 

Paige, 166, 168. 

Pain, 96, 162, 186, 268. 293. 

Paine, 96, 140, 141, 145, 148, 157, 165, 166, 168, 

169. 73 176, 178, 182, 318, 320, 328. 
Painter, 141, 238. 
Pairish, 156. 
Pake, 345. 

Palfrey, 15, 52, 95, 124, 133, 134, 328. 
Palgrave, 133. 
Pallamer, 240. 



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Palmer, 133, 134, 139, 141, 142, 146, 153, 157, 
206, 214. 2 37 2 44. 39- 

Pamella, 302. 

Pannly, 147. 

Panton, 168. 

Pantry, 136. 

Parater, 271. 

Parcke, 170. 

Pardon, 143. 

Parish, 138. 

Park, 147, 293, 290. 

Parke, 155, 257. 

Parkeman, 136. 

Parker, 94, 135, 136, 138, 141, 143, 145, 146, 
152, 154, 156, 158, 163, :6g 170, 176, 241, 
249, 266, 269, 271, 275, 277, 278, 281, 282, 
286, 291, 295, 301, 30), 306, 308, 318, 319, 

, 323.325- 
Parkes, 150. 
Parkhurst, 143. 
Parkhust, 160. 
Parkman, 331. 
Parkr (Parker ?), 143. 
Parks, 134, 324. 
Parlin, 277. 
Parmele, 313. 
Parmenter, 140, 142. 
Farmer, 262. 

Parmiter, 145, 154, 166, 173. 
Parmitor, 233. 
Parnell, 153. 
Parr, 141, 256. 
Parrat, 140. 
Parrih, 229. 
Parris, 231, 232. 
Parrot, 324. 

Parrott, 95, 104, 107, 119, 273, 284. 
Parrum, 167, 169. 
Parsoll, 124. 
Parson, 180. 
Parsons, 139, 144, 149, 156, 157, 161, 162, 165, 

166, 179, 260, 267, 301. 
Partman, 169. 
Parton, 169. 

Partridge, 139, 143, 177, 238. 
Partrigg, 179. 
Pary, 144. 
Pasmore, 166. 

Pason, 138, 155, 157, 160, 172. 
Passens, 158. 
Passon, 140. 
Pasteen, 226. 
Patch, 150, 154, 251. 
Patrick, 165, 237. 
Patridg, 145. 
Patridge, 147. 
Patten, 99, 144, 154, 264, 267, 268, 281, 307, 

316, 322. 
Patterson, 285. 
Patteshall, 152, 169. 
Pattinggell, 141. 
Pattison, 160. 
Pattricke, 133. 
Paty, 280. 
Paul, 172, 250, 258. 
Paule, 145. 
Paxton, 299. 
Payn, 102. 
Payne, 141, 144, 147, 154, 165, 200, 217, 220, 

D 327. 

Payson, 155, 159, 170, 314, 317, 319. 
Peach, 156, 244. 
Peacock, 164. 
Peak, 301. 

Peake, 136, 159, 170, 171. 
Peal, 267. 
Pearce, 138, 153. 
Pearide, 269. 
Pearley, 142. 
Pearly, 154, 159, 162, 305. 
Pearse, 145, 147, 160, 172, 324. 
Pearson, 171, 256. 
Pease, 136, 149, 166, 167, 254, 296. 
Peaseley 142. 



Peason, 205. 

Pebody, 142, 152, 157, 162. 

Peck, 49, 96, 125, 139, 168, 176, 242, 249, 316, 

328. 

Pecke, 226, 231. 
Pecker, 201, 202, 270, 329. 
Pecocke, 139. 
Peek, 169. . 
Peeke, 172. 
Peelsbury, 149. 
Peerce, 144. 
Pegge, 165. 
Pe &y> >S5, 196, 201. 
Peirce, 17, 96, 135, 136, 139, 142, 150, 152, 154, 

157, 160, 164, 165, 166, 167, 249, 263, 278, 
279, 282, 313, 316, 317, 319,321. 

Peirces, 190. 
Peirepoint, 249. 
Peirpoint, 170. 
Peirse, 148, 157. 
Peirson, 144, 155, 166, 271. 
Pele, 248. 
Pelham, 133, 143. 

Pell, 136, 139, 165, 292, 223, 238, 283. 
Pellet, 159. 
Pelton, 171. 
Pelum, 253. 
Pelut, 264. 

Pemberton, 144, 161, 169, 227, 279. 
Pembrton [Pemberton], 133. 
Pembrooke, 226. 
Pemerton, 135. 
Pen [Penn?], 133. 
Pendergrass, 274. 
Pendicks, 279. 
Pendleton, 136. 
Pengilley, 154. 
Peniman, 154 
Penman, 305. 
Penn, 282. 

Penney, 166, 169, 305. 
Penniman, 150, 154, 173, 208, 314, 326. 
Penny, 238, 296. 315. 
Pennyman, 134, 165. 
Pensy, 232. 
Penticus, 140. 

Pepper, 136, 143, 168, 171, 264, 273, 275,312. 
Pereway, 270. 

Perkins, 95, 96, 119, 124, 125, 134, 135, 138, 
140, 142, 157, 159, 226, 227, 230, 243, 292, 

304. 

Perkis, 158. 
Perly, 149. 
Perram, 159. 
Perrei, 227. 
Perrey, 248. 
Perrin, 320. 
Perring, 302. 
Perrum, 158. 
Perry.oo, 124, 134, 140, 148, 154, 159, 169, 177, 

272, 296, 318, 319. 
Perse, 178. 
Person, 153, 162, 239. 
Pervier, 315. 
Perwitch, 168. 
Pescot, 236. 
Peters, 137, 252, 265. 
Pettegrew, 296. 
Pettergrow, 296. 
Phagin, 265. 
Pharo, 174, 175. 
Phealan, 243. 
Phelabrowne, 148. 
Phelpes, 133, 136. 
Phelph, 155. 

Phelps, 150, 162, 163, 168, 180, 240, 266. 
Phese, 143. 
Philbrick, 149. 
Philebrowne, 149. 
Philips, 161, 244, 250. 
Phillip, 174, 294. 
Phillips, 31, 47, 94, 95, 99, 101, 104, 107, 115, 

124, 125, 133, 134, 139, 147, 152, 153, 154, 

158, 159, 166, 167, 169, 174, 177, 182, zoi, 



INDEX OF XAMES. 



379 



231, 238, 248, 251, 25,6, 258, 266, 273, 281, 

284, 288, 289, 293, 303, 311,- 313, 318, 319, 

3 2 ) 327- 

Phillis, 257. 

Philps, 266. 

Phiney, 313. 

Phippen, 143, 155. 

Phippeny, 176, 278. 

Phippin, 137. 

Phipps, 150, 161, 167, 184, 243, 255. 

Phips, 142. 

Pickard, 156. 

Pickendon, 237. 

Pickering) 149. 

Pid, 142. 

Pidg-, 158. 

Pidge, 177. 

Pierce, 124, 125, 134, 296, 320. 

Pier Point, 145. 

Pierpoint, 153, 271, 292, 318. 

Pierson, 155. 

Pigg, 135- 

Pigott, 169. 

Pike, 138, 144, 153, 160, 165, 171, 262,316,322. 

Pillips [Phillips?], 133. 

Pillogrove, 252. 

Pills, 251. 

Pilsbury, 150, 151. 

Pimm, 227. 

Pinchbank, 28*. 

Pinchen, 142. 

Pinchon, 303. 

Pinder, 247. 

Pinel, 315. 

Pinney, 151. 

Pinor, 156. 

Pinsent, 234. 

Pippen, 297. 

Pipon (?), 323. 

Pirkins, 258, 265, 274, 300. 

Pisant, 311. 

Pitcher, 141, 156, 172, 230, 238, 330. 

Pitman, 156, 159, 246, 258, 270. 

Pitts, 140, 167, 174, 175, 234, 325, 327. 

Pitty, 155, 156, 174. 

Pixley, 179. 

Place, 140, 144, 166. 

Platt, 157. 

Platts, 168. 

Playsteed, 166. 

Plembley, 166. 

Plimpton, 117, 179, 320. 

Pludder, 281. 

Plum, 171. 

Plumb, 171. 

Plumer, 135, 141, 150, 168, 227. 

Plumley, 173. 

Plumr [Plumer], 162. 

Plunton, 143. 

Podesters, a88. 

Poget, 144 

Poick, 179. 

Pointer, 96. 

Pole, 151, 

Polfrey, 328. 

Polkinham, 283. 

Pollard, 167,327. 

Polle, 258. 

Polley ; 330. 

Pomery. 179,180. 

Pomory, 179. 

Pom pillion, 235. 

Pomrey, 155, 235. 

Pomry, 155. 

Pond, 142, 158, 171, 176. 

Pook, 321. 

Pool, 174, 270, 330. 

Poole, 166. 

Pools, 283. 

Poor, 241, 244, 245, 253, 273, 274, 282, 284, 

321. 

Pop, 241, 298. 

Pope, 136, 138, 159, 164, 172, 283, 286. 
Popes, 324. 



Popkin, 96. 

Porsune, 144. 

Port, 273. 

Porter, 135, 138, 140, 14:, 145, 147, 148, 151, 

152, 157, 159, 161, 162, 164, 166, 168, 174, 

178, 186, 232, 233, 235, 239, 279, 298, 301, 

308. 

Portlock, 232. 
Portmorte, 136. 
Poter, 158. 
Poterfield, 299. 
Potter, 95, 136, 139, 140, 163, 231, 255, 272, 

274, 318. 
Pottle, 244. 
Potts, 242. 
Pounding, 228. 
Powell, 95, 96, 99, 104, 106, in, 124, 141, 166, 

168, 204, 283. 
Powels, 320. 
Power, 243, 253, 289. 
Pownall, 127. 
Powning, 143. 
Prat, 140, 151. 
Pratt, 96, 133, 135, 143, 144, 145, 148, 152, 

155, 156, 164, 168, 174, 177, 178, 273, 295, 

296, 298, 319. 
Pray, 173. 
Preble, 146. 
Preist, 165, 1 66, 170. 
Prence, 142. 

Prentice, 134, 145, 155, 157. 
Prentis, 159. 

Prescot, 154, 156, 159, 166, 269. 
Prescott, 149, 178. 
Presions, 233. 
Pressin, 242. 
Prest, 143, 148, 299. 
Preston, 159, 160, 171, 272,318. 
Prestone, 178. 
Price, 137, 142, 148, 153, 168, 264, 292, 309, 

3". 33- 

Prichard, 83, 142, 259, 298. 
Prichet, 320. 
Pride, 152. 
Pridee, 308. 
Prim, 274. 
Primrose, 261. 
Prince, 96, 124, 136, 154, 155, 175, 176, 230, 

23. 233. 2 3 6 > 2 39t 2 4. 2 78 2 9S> 3'9i 3 2 - 
Pringle, 278- 
Pritchard, 96, 144. 
Pritchet, 157. 
Prize, iSo* 
Proa, 243. 
Probery, 292. 
Procoter, 226. 

Procter, So, 161, 166, 295,302, 307. 
Proctor, So, 138, 143, 161, 220, 226, 331. 
Proice, 267. 

Prout, 117, 143, 161, 247. 
Proutt, 166. 
Provihce, 96, 125. 
Provo, 251. 
Prratt, 157. 
Puffer, 173, 176. 
Pugsley, 168. 
Pulcifer, 234. 
Pullen, 234, 283, 285. 
Pulling, 244, 299. 
Pulsifer, 178. 
Pulter, 124. 
Pumbrey, 152. 
Pumiss, 241. 
Pummery, 134. 
Pumrey, 150. 
Pumroy, 232, 267. 
Punchard, 235. 
Puncheon, 212. 
Purbeck, 259, 309. 
Purbuck,95, 269. 
Purchase, 137. 
Purkins, 157. 
Purkis, 165. 
Purrington, 151. 



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CITY DOCUMENT No. 100. 



Putman, 142, 147, 159. 

Putnam, 96, 125, 155, 301, 328. 

Pynchon, 103, 104, 105, no, 113, n6, 127, 144, 

178, 179. 
Pyne, 136. 
Pynny, 135. 



Quales, 285. 

Quark, 251. 

Quarks, 273. 

Quick, 96, 124, 242. 

Quin, 274. 

Quincy, 96, TOO, 124, 256, 319. 

Quinland, 288. 

Quinsey, 135, 148, 161, 167, 173. 

Quirk, 285, 287, 288. 



Rabay, 241. 

Radford, 241. 

Raiment, 156. 

Rainer, 178. 

Raines, 146. 

Rainsbotham, 231, 240. 

Rainsfoard, 138. 

Rainsford, 186. 

Ralleff, 293. 

Ramage, 268, 292,309. 

Ramaige, 285. 

Raman, 313. 

Ramsay, 283. 

Ramsdell, 163. 

Ramsey, 169, 249, 275, 276. 

Ranchen, 242. 

Rand, 45, 147, 149, 151, 163, 208,309. 

Randal, 307, 319. 

Randall, 271, 306. 

Randill, 135. 

Randol, 163. 

Randoll, 174, 241. 

Ranger, 150, 164. 

Rankin, 258. 

Ranton, 309. 

Raseford, 169. 

Rasin,30o. 

Ratclift, 279. 

Ratcliffe, 167. 

Ravensdale, 136. 

Rawlen, 143. 

Rawling, 134. 

Rawlings, 236. 

Rawlins, 133, 134, 135, 137, 165, 171. 

Rawlinson, 138. 

Rawlyns, see Rawlins. 

Rawson, 138, 156, 164. 

Ray, 124, 156, 165, 174, 255,259, 283, 292. 

Ravment, 156, 159. 

Raymond, 135, 235, 273. 

Raymore, 328. 

Rayner, 150, 228. 

Rea,93, 96, 148, 159, 259. 

Read, 103, 113, 116, 124, 140, 147, 152, 154, 
156, 157, 164, 245, 262, 324. 

Reade, 135, 136, 141, 145, 147, 154. 

Reading, 146. 

Reacjon, 284. 

Reads, 155. 

Reaks, 233. 

Reason, 239. 

Record, 175. 

Reddin, 135. 

Reddings, 135. 

Reddington, 157. 

Reding, 260. 

Redington, 159. 

Redman, 172. 

Rednap, 163. 

Rednape, 136. 

Reed, 96, 139, 160, 174, 191, 236, 247, 284, 299, 
302. 

Reeves, 144, 301. 

Reier, 253. 



Remeth, 145. 

Remick, 48, 96. 

Rendell, 144. 

Rening, 283. 

Renolds, 246, 250. 

Renolls, 146. 

Renouf, 238, 239. 

Renton, 261, 163. 

Reside, 286. 

Revere, 326. 

Revess, 242. 

Rexwood, 227. 

Reynolds, 148, 164, 279, 309. 

Reynolls, 136. 

Reynols, 166. 

Reynor, 235. 

Reynr [Reyner?], 142. 

Rhine, 284. 

Rhoades, 158. 

Rhoads, 158. 

Rhodes, 163. 

Rhon, 96. 

Riall, 160, 172. 

Rice, 96, 99, 124, 140, 141, 144, 147, 151, 161, 

164, 171, 176, 261, 282, 289, 318, 319, 320, 

323. 

Richard, 237. 
Richards, 134, 140, 143, 145, 150, 156, 158, 

163, 170, 174, 176, 207, 228, 238, 240, 246, 

297, 302. 
Richardson, 83, 97, 124, 134, 148, 151, 152, 

"S3. "54. 1 6, K>S, '77, "88, 189, 234, 237, 

277 285, 300,311, 314^3-18, 321, 323. 
Richds [Richards?], 154. 
Richee, 281. 
Richerson, 315. 
Richeson, 308. 
Richey, 277, 321. 
Richrds [Richards?], 141. 
Richrdson [Richardson?], 13,8. 
Rickford, 124. 
Ricks, 165. 
Riddan, 151. 
Rider, 165, 169. 
Ridge, 233. 
Ridgeway, 96. 
Ridgway, 125, 319, 320, 327. 
Rider, 158, 283, 284. 
Ridley, 307, 321. 
Rien, 260, 298. 
Ries, 158. 
Riff, 154. 
Rigbey, 142, 171. 
Rigga, 135. 
Right, 142, 160. 
Righthead, 300. 
Riley, 150. 
Rimgton, 151. 
Rimington, 139. 
Rinch, 286. 
Riney, 257. 
Ring', '73. 2 73- 
Ringby, 259. 
Ringe, 141, 160. 
Rion, 289. 

Ripley.142, 147, 174, 175. 
Riscraft, 180. 
Risden, 166. 
Rise, 145, 257. 
Ritchie, 276. 
Rite, 283. 
Rix, 169. 

Roach, 245, 252, 272, 284, 285, 300, 318. 
Roads, 153, 157. 
Roaper, 141. 

Robbins, 155, 159, 163, 164. 
Robbinson, 151, 164, 167, 168. 
Robe, 228. 
Robert, 241, 317. 
Roberts, 143, 149, 150, 164, 165, 171, 178, 188, 

215, 227, 228, 241, 263, 267, 274, 278, 2$2, 

301,320,321,330. 

Robertson, 261, 265, 281, 289, 296, 307. 
Robins, 319. 



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381 



Robinson, 141, 142, 150, 157, 160, 163, 168, 
169, 170, 171, 172, 186, 189, 232, 256, 258, 
259, 262, 277, 293, 324. 

Robison, 252, 275, 279. 

Robrt [Robert ?J, 139. 

Robson, 265, 300. 

Rock, 167, 270. 

Rocke, 145. 

Rocket, 148, 177. 

Rocketl, 177. 

Rockewell, 133, 134. 

Rockwell, 295, 297, 306, 315. 

Rock wood, 156. 

Rodes, 156. 

Rodgers, 152, 226. 

Roe, 258. 

Roffe, 140. 

Rogers, 96, 124, 138, 139, 140, 146, 150, 153, 
160, 167, 168, 170, 174, 222, 235, 240, 242, 
243, 248, 263, 266, 269, 270, 275, 276, 277, 
280, 282, 284, 285, 288, 297, 300, 311, 312, 
3'6. 

Roggers, 45. 

Roian, 271. 

Roise, 135. 

Roles, 271. 

Rolfe, 150. 

Rollen, 283. 

Rollenbuckler, 257. 

Rolston, 169. 

Romney, 206. 

Rooker, 178. 

Root, 157, 162. 

Roote, 149, 155, 157, 180. 

Rootes, 165. 

Roots, 137. 

Ropper, 142. 

Rose, 258, 280, 288, 303. 

Ross, 167, 243, 268, 287, 288, 305, 312, 317, 

325- 

Rossen, 160. 
Rossiter, 133. 
Rotch, 270, 291, 304. 
Roukes, 124. 
Roulstone, 243. 
Rouse, 143, 313. 
Rouz, 167. 

Row, 152, 247, 288, 297, 299, 303. 
Rowe, 53, 140, 323. 
Rowland, 246. 
Roy a 11, 240. 
Royce, 169. 
Rnone, 227. 
Ruck, 140, 156. 
Rucke, 148, 161, 226. 
Ruddock, 321. 
Ruddyk, 140. 
Rude, 233. 
Rue, de, 239. 
Rufels, 275. 

Rugg, H9- 

Ruggles, 134, 135, 138, 139, 147, 159, 165, 169, 

i7i '73. 234. 2 3S. 258, 260, 297. 
Rugles, 146, 152. 
Rumney, 280, 325. 
Rumsee, 168. 
Rush, 143. 
Rushworth, 146. 
Russe, 163. 
Russell, 137, 141, 143, 148, 149, 153, 154, 162, 

167, 178, 179, 242, 243, 249, 250, 256, 263, 

275. 299, 300, 3S. 3S, 31, 3'7. 335- 
Russells, 155. 

Rust, 138, 152, 162, 168, 174, 179. 
Ruth, 143. 
Rutland, 264. 
Ryadon, 274. 
Ryall, 154. 

Ryan, 243, 248, 250, 264, 272, 288, 295. 
Rydeat, 144. 
Rye, 165. 
Ryley, 259. 
Ryon, 261 , 270. 



Sabyn, 167. 

Sadler, 139, 140, 142. 

Safely, 277. 

Safford, 156. 

Saffyn, 150. 

Sag, 269. 

Sage, 257. 

Sager, 267. 

Saile, 155. 

Sale, 138, 174. 

Salisbury, 20, 97, 124, 172, 243. 

Sally, 144. 

Salman, 168. 

Salmon, 320. 

Salsbury, 97, 167. 

Salt, 328. 

Salter, 103, 106, 116, 121, 124, 125, 137, 164, 

167, 192, 205, 232, 272, 282, 297, 308, 320. 
Saltonstal, 148. 
Samfoard, 138. 
Sampeford, 134. 
Sample, 272. 

Sampson, 46, 97, 152, 263. 
Samuel, 258. 
Sandall, 165. 
Sanders, 97, 173, 232, 244. 
Sanderson, 164, 178. 
Sandrbant [Sanderbant], 143. 
Sands, 141, 293. 
Sanford, 141, 150, 164. 
Sanforth, 145. 
Sanyde, 155. 
Sarah, 292. 
Saretell, 145. 
Sargent, 97, 158, 318, 320. 
Sarjant, 162. . 

Sarkey, 312. 
Satchwell, 257. 
Saunders, 137, 140, 145, 146, 174, 306, iSS, 

209, 237. 264, 273. 
Saunderson, 140. 
Saundrs [Saunders?], 140. 
Sautell, 151. 
Savage, 137, 148, 151, 161, 164, 169, 190, 204, 

205, 292, 300, 302, 313, 323. 
Savel, 97, 124. 
Savell, 173. 
Saviage, 228. 
Sayer, 175. 
Sayres, 279. 
Savil, 157. 
Savill, 173. 
Sawell, 170. 
Sawen, 145. 
Sawer, 147. 
Sawyer, 160, 272. 
Saxton, 164. 
Sayer, 153. 
Says, 139. 
Saywell, 149. 
Scadlocke, 146. 
Scales, 140. 
Scarbourough, 267. 
Scarbrow, 141. 
Scarlet, 151, 204. 
Scarlett, 167. 
Scelton, 172. 
Schryder, 275. 
Scilley, 173, 257. 
Scobal, 315. 
Scollay, 101, 103, 104, 105, no, in, 112, 113, 

114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 318, 

328. 

Scot, 142. 
Scott, 136, 148, 157, 159. 170, 173, 178, 179, 

244, 247, 252, 256, 260, 265, 268, 274, 278, 

279,280,282,284,285,290, 291, 293,295, 

298, 303, 3S, 39, S". 3'7. 320, 323, 327- 
Scotte, 137. 
Scotto, 139. 
Scottow, 205, 306. 
Scraggs, 137. 
Screech, 250. 



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Scuder, 294. 

Seaben, 170. 

Seajles, 157. 

Seal, 251, 323. 

Sealy, 244. t 

Seandal, 313. 

Search, 142, 164. 

Searl, 151, 167. 

Searle, 170, 172, 207, 212, 217, 243, 279. 

Searles, 179. 

Sears, 290, 318. 

Seaton, 269. 

Seaver, 170, 323. 

Seavey, 260. 

Seavir, 152. 

Seawall, 138, 153, 154. 

Sebley, 136. 

Seckett, 273. 

Secomb, 301, 308. 

Sedgewick, 166. 

Sedgwick, 138. 

Seely, 133, 169. 

Seever, 170. 

Segerson, 262. 

Segus, 300. 

Seir, 141. 

Selby, 213. 

Selding, 178. 

Selkrig, 323. 

Selkrige, 296. 

Sellon, 327. 

Selman, 153. 

Selsbe, 157. 

Selsbee, 158. 

Sernons, 241. 

Semple, 304. 

Sendall, 143, 166. 

Senden, 157. 

Senderei, 226. 

Sennison, 169. 

Sension, 136. 

Scorls, 162. 

Sergeant, 161, 168, 169. 

Scrgent, 139. 

Service, 255, 281, 283. 

Servise, 315. 

Sessions, 154. 

Sever, 138, 159. 

Severanc, 160. 

Sevey, 169. 

Sewall, 103, 105, no, "6, !I 7 nS, 119, 

127, 188, 191, 196, 202. 
Seward, 257. 
Sewell, 168, 268. 
Sexton, 133, 134, 166. 
Seyle, 140. 
Seymore, 243. 
Shaahay, 244. 
Shadwick, 283. 
Shaffield,l259. 
Shaflin, 142. 
Shaller, 161. 
Shallow, 253. 
Shan, 271. 
Shanan, 285. 
Shand, 271, 277. 
Shanks, 302. 
Shannahan, 272. 
Shannan, 244. 
Shannon, 189, 252, 257. 
Shanohan, 298. 
Shanton, 273. 
Shapleigh, 146. 
Shaperd, 158. 
Sharman, 138. 
Sharp, 133, 242, 249, 302. 
Sharpe, 134, 152, 169. 
Sharpley, 271. 
Shatluck, 160. 



Shaw, 156, 163, 166, if. 
254, 271, 282, 283, 25 
Shawe, 138, 139. 
She, 253. 
Shea, 284. 



r. '73. 178, 226, 246, 
5, 296, 300, 301, 307. 



Shead, 160. 

Sheafe, 169,321. 

Sheaff, 309. 

Sheafte, 258. 

Shearman, 149, 270. 

Shed, 325. 

Sheepcot, 165. 

Sheer's, 176. 

Shefeild, 143. 

Sheffeild, 173, 177. 

Sheilden, 162. 

Shelby, 328. 

Shelden, 155, 157, 162. 

Shelding, 180. 

Sheldon, 298, 307. 

Shelork, 247. 

Shelston, 166. 

Shelton, 247, 270. 

Sheopard, 143. 

Shepard, 160, 248, 252, 278. 

Shephard, 143, 155. 

Shepheard, 137, 145. 

Sheppard, 177, 244, 262, 272, 286, 293 

Sheprd [Shepard], 155. 

Sherad, 280. 

Sheratt, 136. 

Sherben, 320. 

Sherbon, 237. 

Sherbun, 235. 

Sherburn, 248, 266, 312, 326. 

Sheriff, 239. 

Sherman, 135, 137, 140, 158, 246, 262, 288 

322. 

Shermon, 164. 
Sherring, 97. 
Shervin, 302. 
Shinnehan, 288. 

Shippard, 284, 300, 303, 305, 314. 
Shippen, 199. 
Shirley, 316. 
Shiverick, 245, 247, 249. 
Shoare, 152. 

Shommedieu [Hommedieu ?], 237. 
Shopin, 241. 
Shore, 143. 
Shores, 253, 269. 
Short, 153, 200. 
Shorte, 136. 
Shortell, 236. 
Shortridg, 131. 
Shouts, 273. 
Showers, 308. 

Shrimpton, 151, 194, 227, 228. 
Shrires, 146. 
1 Shuchburgh, 308. 
Shute, 165. 
Shuttleworth, 177. 
Sibbell, 308. 
Sibley, 136, 159. 
Sibly, 159. 

Sigourney, 243, 249, 268, 326. 
Sike, 154. 
Silkreg, 282, 309. 

Silkrig, 278. 

Sill, 138. 
Silsbey, 270. 
Silver, 266, 

Silvester, 97, 133, 135, 241, 297. 
Simmons, 250. 
Simonds, 160, 326. 
Simoning, 252. 
Simons, 169-175, 270. 
Simonton, 252, 256, 258. 
Simpkins, 331. 
Simpson, 97, 164, 167, 201, 257, 263, 268, 307, 

317, 320, 327, 330. 
Sims, 326. 
Simson, 283. 
Sinclear, 278. 
Singletry, 139. 
Sinhouse, 314. 
Sinkler, 274. 
Sinsesby, 124. 



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383 



Skate, 164. 

Skeel, 237. 

Skelton, 133, 134. 

Skerry, 138. 

Skilling, 295, 323. 

Skillins, 322. 

Skimmer, 313. 

Skiner, 161. 

Skinner, 145, 147, 158, 165, 168, 206, 264, 267, 

2?3i 3i6. 327- 

Skot, 140. 

Skyler, 330. 

Slater, 314. 

Slatter,3ii. 

Sloan, 302,316. 

Slocomb, 234, 238. 

Sloper, 325, 328. 

Slovvman, 313. 

Smale, 170. 

Smaley, 147. 

Small, 246, 286. 

Smallidge, 97, 243, 305. 

Smallpeice, 323. 

Smally, 159. 

Smead, 155. 

Smeade, 179. 

Smeadley, 154. 

Smeedly, 143. 

Smellidge, 251. 

Smille, 252. 

Smist, 148. 

Smith, 46, 84, 97, 101, 124, 134, 142, 143, 144, 
146, 147, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 
156, 157, 158, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 
166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 174, 175, 
176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 226, 229, 239, 247, 
251, 253, 256, 258, 259, 260, 261, 263, 265, 
266, 208, 271, 272, 273, 275, 276, 277, 278, 
279, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289, 
291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 299, 301, 
33i 34. 3S. .W. 38, 309, 313, 314, 315, 
3 |6 3>7i 3>9. 320, 324i 3 Z S. 328. 

Smithers, 246. 

Smiths, i&8. 

Smithson, 226. 

Smyth, 133, 134, 136, 137, 140, 141, 143, 169. 

Smythe, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141. 

Snell, 165. 

Snelling, 315. . 

Snellum, 271. 

Snilling, 313. 

Snode, 278. 

Snoden, 84. 

Snow, 97, 152, 165, 245, 246, 254, 258, 265, 313. 

Snowe, 142. 

Snowden, 97. 

Soames, 287, 298, 301, 303, 315, 325. 

Soaper, 97. 

Sober, 316. 

Sogar, 170. 

Sohier, 287. 

Soller, 297. 

Soloven, 257. 

Somersbey, 143. 

Somersby, 149. 

Somervel, 312. 

Somes, 261, 267, 269, 278, 200, 291, 294, 297, 
306,308,311,317. 

Sonesberry, 97. 

Soper, 171. 

Souden, 262. 

Soul, 251, 277. 

Souter, 239. 

Southack, 196, 220. 

Southcoate, 133. 

Southcot, 256. 

South cote, 133. 

South cut, 265. 

Souther, 145, 157. 

Southick, 140. 

Southwell, 162. 

Sparhauke, 140. 

Sparhawk, 160. 



Sparhawke, 160. 

Spark, 264, 283. 

Sparrey, 169. 

Sparrowhawk, 310. 

Spaulden, 158. 

Spead, 169. 

Speakman, 124. 

Spear, 97, 124, 125, 318, 319, 323, 325. 

Speer, 320. 

Speere, 173. 

Spence, 314. 

Spencer, 134, 135, 136, 138, 145, 156, 173, 

23S- 

Spere, 143. 
Spering, 272. 
Spikeman,97. 
Spikman, 242. 
Spincer, 290. 
Spinny, 146. 
Spoffard, 157. 
Spolden, 140. 
Spooner, 97, 123, 138, 278. 
Spooer, 139. 
Spowell, 164. 

Sprage [Sprague?], 133, 145. 
Sprague, 158,161, 175, 239, 286, 321. 
Spragues, 277. 
Sprauge, 147. 
Sprigg, 125. 

Spring, 147, 155, 160, 178, 268, 316. 
Sprodell, 281. 
Sprowl, 265. 
Spur, 172. 
Spurham, 228. 
Spurr, 148, 150, 308. 
Spurrell, 146. 

Squire, 135, 157, 160, 161, 168, 175. 
Stacker, 281. 
Stacy, 149, 155. 
Stacye, 147. 
Stafford, 273. 
Stain, 286. 
Stamford, 147. 
Stamp, 397. 
Stanbridge, 167. 
Stanbury, 167. 
Standburry, 233. 
Standige, 140. 
Standley, 97, 159. 
Staniford, 182, 196, 218. 
Stanley, 136, 141. 
Stanton, 172. 
Stanwood, 292. 
Staple, 144, 152, 173, 174. 
Staplefort, 165. 
Staples, 233. 
Staplton, 252. 
Starbucke, 177. 
Starlinge, 155. 
Starns, 160. 

Starr, 166, 246, 254, 273, 285. 
Starrett, 279, 299. 
St. Croix, de, 315. 
Stebben, 144. 
Stebbens, 250. 
Stebbing, 155. 

Stebbins, 135, 157, 162, 170, 180. 
Stedman, 170, 248. 
Steedman, 139. 
Steel, 230, 258, 272, 275. 
Steele, 135, 168, 300. 
j Steeme, 241. 

Steephens, 149, 167. 

Steevens, 145, 148, 152, 162, 170, 232. 

Steil, 252. 

Steorb ridge, 179. 

Stephens, 288. 

Stephenson, 143. 

Sterett, 304. 

Sterling, 124, 241, 284, 324. 

Sterne, 134. 

Sternes, 144, 145, 148, 176. 

Sterns, 312. 



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Stfevens, 97, 140, 141, 142, 148, 158, 160, 168, 
172, 183, 185, 186, 202, 273, 297, 300,301, 
310,316,318. 

Stevenson, 97, 124, 125, 252, 277, 279, 310, 

3' z . 323- 

Steward, 124, 224, 259, 266, 277, 318. 

Stewart, 238, 253, 260, 308. 

Stewarth, 274. 

Stibbins, 254. 

Stickland, 133. 

Sticknee, 157. 

Stickney, 141, 156. 

Stidman, 140. 

Stiels, 162. 

Stileman, 134, 142. 

Stiles, 172. 

Slillman, 306. 

Stillson, 264, 278. 

Stilson, 134. 

Stilton, 277. 

Stimpson, 322. 

Stimson, 143, 160. 

Stinton, 295. 

Stipings, 172. 

Stirt, 146. 

Stoakes, 152, 298. 

Stoaks, 298. 

Stockdale, ^97. 

Stocker, 163, 168. 

Stockin, 136. 

Stocking, 258, 260, 266, 273, 307, 316. 

Stockman, 285. 

Stockwell, 179. 

Stodard, 140. 

Stodd, 286. 

Stoddar, 153. 

Stoddard,97, 151, 161, 167, 169, 175, 179, 199, 

2i5.275.3i5. 324> 33 1 - 

Stodder, 175, 226. 

Stoder, 142. 

Stone, 97, 124, 135, 137, 143, 144, 145, 147, 
148, 149, 156, 159, 166, 167, 239, 253, 263, 
279, 280, 283, 289, 291, 295, 297, 302, 313, 

3'9- 

Stones, 309. 
Stoodly, 243. 
Storey, 167, 201. 
Stort, 268, 269. 
Story, 150. 
Stoughton, 133, 134. 
Stover, 146, 153, 317. 
Stow, 158, 244. 
Stowe, 135, 143, 145, 147. 
Stowell, 174, 175. 
Slower, 133, 145. 
Stowers, 137, 287. 
Stoxey, 07. 
Straite, 158, 178. 
Strange, 136, 235. 
Straiten, 145, 147, 158. 
Stratton, 164, 1^6, 178. 
Street, 239. 
Streete, 143. 
Strickland, 133. 
Stringer, 309. 
Stripton, 289. 

Strong, 156, 162, 179, 180, 240. 
Stronge, 138. 
Strurd, 270. 

Stuart, 204, 287, 291, 293. 
Stubbs, 144, 176. 
Studman, 284. 
Studson, 97, 265, 259. 
Stuedley, 27. 
Stuff, 304. 
Stuksley, 156. 
Sturdavent, 154. 
Sturgis, 241, 258, 268, 300. 
Sturtevant, 97. 
Stutely, 124. 
Stutso'n, 302, 331. 
Stutts,3i2. 
Sugett, 234. 
Sullendine, 278. 



Sullivan, 273, 274, 287, 288. 

Sullon, 320. 

Sumer, 147, 154. 

Sumers, 160. 

Summer, 273. 

Sumner, 138, 147, i6c, 165, 171, 172, 322, 325. 

Sunderland, 243. 

Sunn, 321. 

Surrey, 253. 

Sutherland, 275. 

Sutton, 143, 169, 232, 330. 

Sveadley, 97. 

Swaens, 211. 

Swain, 277. 

Swaine, 163, 197. 

Swan, 97, 140, 149, 157, 170, 251, 259, 262. 

Swaney, 288. 

Swansey, 260. 

Swatridge, 97. 

Swayne, 137, 139, 148. 

Sweat, 274. 

Sweatt, 228. 

Sweeny, 311. 

Sweet, 165, 314. 

Sweete, 141. 

Sweetser, 300, 31 1, 322, 327. 

Sweney, 298. 

Swetland, 247. 

Swetman, 138. 

Swetnam, 162. 

Swett, 142, 164, 168. 

Swift, 151, 171, 172, 319. 

Swifte, 136. 

Swinaton, 159. 

Swiney, 313. 

Swinnerton, 140. 

Switcher, 270. 

Switzer, 139. 

Sword, 97. 

Syckes, 140. 

Sykes, 157. 

Symes, 147. 

Symmes, 97, 247. 

Symmons, 310. 

Symms, 260, 302. 

Symonds, 138, 159, 160, 161, 237, 330. 

Symons, 143, 146, 148, 150. 

Syms, 136. 

Syverens, 138. 

Tabb, 47, 98, 124, 323. 

Tabor, 135, 234. 

Taft, 173. 

Tailer, 167. 

Tainter, 168. 

Takells, 315. 

Takels, 281, 315. 

Talbut, 171. 

Talcott, 134. 

Talham, 261. 

Tallaway, 235. 

Talley, 167, 182. 

Talmage, 135. 

Talmidge, 135. 

Tanger, 320. 

Tapley, 140. 

Tapper, 98. 

Tappin, 135, 139. 

Tapping, 168. 

Tarbell, 159. 

Tarber, 272. 

Tarbox, 306. 

Tarlaven, 314. 

Tarleton, 167. 

Tarne, 143. 

Tate, 230, 288, 322. 

Tatham, 251. 

Tatman, 138. 

Tay, 164, 104 196, 207. 

Tayer, 144, 159. 

Tayler, 142, 144, 174, 179, 233, 275. 

Taylor, 84, 83,98, 99, 138, 142, 145, 147, 148, 
154, '55. 156, 179. 229, 243, 251, 256, 263, 
265, 269, 276, 280, 288, 297, 303, 3:3, 327. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



385 



Taylour, 133, 134, 135. 

Teace, 319. 

Tead, 247. 

Teal, 266. 

Tear, 351. 

Tedd, 139. 

Tefeny, 172. 

Teldin, 200. 

Tell, 158. 

Tempel, 158. 

Temple, 150, 151, 164, 299. 

Tenny, 223. 

Termain, 290. 

Ternie, 268. 

Terrant, 209, 217. 

Terre, 133. 

Terree, 133. 

Terrel, 248. 

Terrey, 283, 310. 

Terrif, 328. 

Terutch, 298. 

Thacher, 144, i69,*394. 

Thackster, 142. 

Thatcher, 142, 154, 160. 

Thaxter, 154, 174, 175, 233. 

Thaxton, 166. 

Thayer, 161, 173, 327, 330. 

Thay'r, 173. 

Thing, 146, 155. 

Thirston, 147, 148, 154. 

Thorn, 230. ., 

Thomas, 98, 141, 145, 162, 166, 171, 179,236, 

241, 242, 244, 248, 259, 268, 269, 274, 294, 

312. 

Thomason, 239. 
Thompson, 98, 99, 124, 135, 136, 140, 145, 

147, 151, 247, 262, 281, 296, 311, 312, 322, 

324. 326. 

Thomson, 259, 275, 286. 
Thorn, 271. 
Thornborei, 226. 
Thorndick, 155. 
Thome, 138. 
Thorneton, 136. 

Thornton, 151, 168, 188, 189, 219, 221, 228. 
Thorntun, 166. 
Thorp, 158, 240. 
Thorpe, 144, 177. 
Thorton, 22C. 
Thoumy, 248. 
Thrasher, 107. 
Three Needle, 167. 
Throckmrton [Throckmorton] , 133. 
Throdingham, 133. 
Thrumball, 140. 
Thumb, 285. 
Thurlo, 150. 

Thurston, 142, 176, 177, 271, 273. 
Thwing, 124, 153, 155, 165, 226, 228, 329. 
Thwinge, 143. 
Thwyng, 109. 
Tidmarsh, 296, 307. 
Tiff, 141. 
Tilden, 47, 98. 
Tiler, 162. 

Tileston, 22, 148, 172, 318. 
Tilestone, 171, 172. 
Tiley, 165. 
Tilfer, 294. 
Till, 169. 
Tillek, 318. 

Tilley, 185, 190, 207, 212, 217, 233, 3-04, 324. 
riilman, 256. 
Tilton', 155, 178. 
Timmins, 258. 
Tims, 237. 
Tincomb, 48. 
Tinge, 141. 
Tinkam, 48. 
Tinker, 146. 
Tinkom,47, 98. 
Tinkum, 98. 
Tipen, 240. 
Tisdal, 271. 



Titcomb, 260. 

Titcombe, 143. 

Tite, 164. 

Toben, 310, 312. 

Tobing, 252. 

Todd, 292. 

Toker, 171. 

Toleman, 140, 154, 171, 172. 

Toler, 318. 

Toll, 143. 

Toman, 229. 

Tomkins, 138, 142. 

Tomlin, 167, 169. 

Tomlinson, 269. 

Tomlyns, 134. 

Tompkins, 142. 

Tompson, 141, 150, 167, 168, 173, 246, 317. 

Tomson, 144. 

Tong, 294. 

Tool, 279. 

Topliffe, 151, 172. 

Topp, 146. 

Toppan, 148, 153. 

Toppu, 150. 

Torey, 98. 

Torel, 241. 

Torner, 271. 

Torrey, 102,107, 118, 123, 124, 149, 151, 156, 

'7. '73, 174, 222, 249, 295, 307, 310, 314, 

325, 328. 
Torry, 142, 327. 
Tory, 143. 
Tossey, 253. 
Totman, 171. 
Toule, 143. 

Tounr [Touner?] , 157. 
Tout, 165. 

Tower, 139, 165, 175! 268, 274. 
Towers, 267. 
Town, 160. 
Towne, 138. 
Townes, 159. 
Townesena, 139. 
Townsend, 113, 137, 151, 152, 154, 156, 161, 

163, 164, 166, 167, 185, 197, 213, 216, 284, 

286, 299. 

Townshend, 257. 
Toy, 147. 
Tozer, 252. 
Tracy, 310. 
Trad\vell,3i4. 
Trail, 251, 265, 287, 303, 309. 
Traine, 178. 
Traske, 133. 

Travis, 151, 165, 167, 211. 
Tray, 256. 
Treadway, 160. 
Trecothick, 98. 
Tredwell, 139, 156. 
Tree, 274, 284. 
Treeby, 168. 
Treefarthen, 300. 
Trefary, 271. 
Trescot, 143. 
Trescott, 205. 
Tresler, 142. 
Trevey, 166. 
Trick, 152. 

Triscot, 156, 187, 205. 
Triscott, 171. 
Trisdale, 293. 
Trisket, 319. 
Tristram, 171. 
Tromodeda, 171. 
Trossey, 92. 
Trot, 143. 

Trott, 146, 160, 171, 172, 328. 
Trout, 153. 
Trow, ici. 
Trowbridge, 148. 
True, 160. 
Trueman, 324. 
Truesdale, 157. 
Truleven,3j.2. 



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Trull, 160. 

Trumbell, 140. 

Trumble, 148, 155. 

Trusedifle, 136.. 

Tucke, 140. 

Tucker, 98, 124, 152, 153, 154, 160, 167, 171, 

>7 Z , 1- 74. 305. 306, 319- 
Tuckerman, 16$, 247, 248, 318. 
Tucklen, 272. 
Tudor. 101. 
Tuell, 166. 
Tuffe, 168. 
Tuffes, 154. 
Tuffs, 148. 
Tuffts, 157. 
Tufts, 325. 
Tuil, 304. 
Tuill, 278. 
Tuisdale, 146. 
Tuisdall, 146. 
Tuksbery, 162. 
Tupper, 48. 
Turbat, 146. 
Turell, 102, 165, 333. 
Turffrey, 197. 
Turill, 149, 164, 166, 167. 
Turne, 165. 
Turner, 98, 133, 134, 135, 143, 144, 149, 166, 

167, 169, 171, 177, 252, 256, 286, 291, 292, 

, 307,309,310,324- 
Turney, 241. 
Turner, 164, 169, 177. 
Turrel, 174. 
Turrell, 195, 233. 

Tuttle, 137, 138, 139, 150, 161, 304, 306. 
Twahy, 288 
Tweed, 261. 
Twelves, 147, 173. 
Twicraft, 275. 
Twicross, 299. 
Twing, 98. 
Twitchell, 135, 177. 
Tybbot, 142. 
Tydd, 143. 
Tyle, 310. 
Tyler, 101, 152, 162, 251, 280, 281, 283, 308, 

.321. 

Tylestone, 138. 
Tyley, 238. 
Tylley, 136. 
Tyng, 155. 
Tynge, 139. 
Tyson, 312. 
Tytus, 140. 

Uffott, 134. 

Uherenne, 241. 

Umphryes, 143. 

Underwood, 138, 145. 148. 

Undrhill [Underbill], 133. 

Undrwbod [Underwood], 136, 143. 

Undurwood, 160. 

Unkester, 273. 

Upam, 158. 

Updicke, 169. 

Upham, 137, 145, 147, 157. 

Upher, 139. 

Upsall, 133, 134. 

Uptan, 163. 

Uran,98, 125. 

Ure, 304. 

Uring, 236. 

Usher, 151, 226. 

Ustice, 161. 

Ustis, 320. 

Vale, 177. 

Valentine, 153, 198, 245. 
Vales, 152, 157, 176, 177. 
Vallack, 153. 
Vallentine, 256. 
Vanbiber, 309. 
Vandelver, 49, 98. 



Vandike, 229, 232. 
Vane, 137. 
Van-horne, 229. 
Vans, 269, 280. 
Vardy, 267. 
Varney, 186, 203, 223. 
Vassall, 224, 272. 
Vassel, 247. 
Vauhan, 149. 
Vears, 98. 
Veassefl, 228. 
Veavea, 288. 
Veazey, 173. 
Veering, 164. 
Vejostru, 316. 
Velicot, 241. 
Venebel, 268. 
Veneble, 268. 
Venner, 138, 299. 
Vereing, 137. 
Veren, 141. 
Verins, 193. 
Vermaes, 142. 
Vernam, 233. 
Verncomb, 288. 
Vernon, 257, 267. 
Verren, i6S. 
Vertee, 166. 
Vestaly, 315. 
Vial, 209, 2~i7. 
Viall, 141, 166. 
Vibert, 258, 286. 
Viccars, 169. 
Vickers, 197, 234. 
Vickery, 175, 295. 
Vickree, 154. 
Vickrey, 155. 
Vincen, 143. 
Vincent, 259, 321. 
Vinel, 320. 
Vines, 295. 
Vining, 149, 173, 174. 
Vinson, 174. 
Vitch, 268. 
Vose, 148, 172, 295. 
Vsher, 167. 
Vyol, 156. 

Waddy, 261, 271. 

Wade, 135, 149, 156, 157, 165. 

Wadley, 250. 

Wadly, 146. 

Wadsworth, 134, 149, 161, 172, 211, 338. 

Wady, 238. 

Waggit, 167. 

Wagley, 306. 

Wagner, 301. 

Waight, 180. 

Waine, 243. 

Wainewright, 150. 

Wainwright, 222. 

Wait, 98, 297, 302. 

Waite, 116, 164, 168, 179. 

Wakefeild, 139, 146, 156, 165, 167. 

Wakefield, 232, 251, 330. 

Wakely, 137. 

Wakerhan, 134. 

Waker, 150. 

Walcutt, 319. 

Walderne, 142. 

Waldo, 85, 87, 98, 123, 187. 

Waldon, 244. 

Waldron, 165. 

Walen, 312. 

Wales, 138, 153, 154, 165, 171, 172, 173, 178, 
265, 267, 275, 276, 278, 281, 287, 290, 291, 
297, 299, 302, 306, 307, 309, 320, 324. 

Walker, 36, 99, 101, 135, 141, 144, 151, ija. 
"54. !57 101, 167, 168, 169, 226, 233, 248, 
250, 294. 33. 3 ia . 3 : 7> 3 22 . 326. 

Wall, 49, 263. 

Wallace, 302, 310. 

Wallcut, 318. 

Waller, 275. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



387 



Walley, 98, 99, 109, in, 114, 124, 151, 156, 

164, 190. 

Wallington, 150. 
Wallis, 99, 125, 142, 147, 152, 198, 356, 271, 

2 73. 3, 3', 37. 39. 3'2, 3'8, 3 2 7- 
Wals, 161. 

Walsbee, 173. 

Walsbey, 167. 

Walsby, 145. 

Walter, 159, 198, 233, 240, 258, 273. 

Walton, 137, 155. 

Wanton, 282. 

Ward, 135, 141, 142, 145, 148, 157, 159, 161, 

163, 166, 175, 178, 227, 230, 263, 293, 295, 

312. 

Warde, 137. 
Wardell, 136, 146, 167. 
Warden, 98, 124. 
Wardner, 156. 
Ware, 143, 153. 7 6 3'S. 3*4- 
Wares, 144. 
Warfeild, 156, 177. 
Warhara, 133. 
Warnall, 271. 
Warner, 135, 141, 146, 152, 153, 156, 162, 248, 

257, 280. 
Warren, 134, 143, 150, 152, 158, 164, 166, 167, 

168, 177, 178, 237, 247, 264, 320, 329. 
Warrener, 138. 
Warrien, 280. 
War rip, 160, 241. 
Warriner, 179. 
Wasenfelt, 267. 
Wastcoat, 310. 
Watam, 246. 
Wate, 136. 

Waterhouse, 140, 166. 
Waterman, 175, 249, 251,252,262, 270, 273, 

274, 286, 295, 300, 302, 306, 313, 320. 
Waters, 124, 139, 147, 152, 153, 157, 165, 166, 

187, 233, 243, 262, 263, 274, 291, 295, 313, 

3' 6 > 325 

Watertown, 178. 
Watkins, 147, 164, 291. 
Watson, 135, 140, 143, 149, 151, 170. 
Watt, 286, 311. 
Watton, 315. 
Watts, 44, 103,104, 108, 1 10, 116, 117, 118, 

121, 127, 129, 147, 245, 257, 164, 299, 3:9. 
Wattson, 227. 

Way, 143, 145, 154, 159, 164, 282, 305. 
Wayde, 138. 
Wayt, 159, 1 66. 
Wayte, 138, 144, 158. 
Weal, 317. 
Weams, 270. 
Weare, 148, 153, 154, 155. 
Weatherhead, 277. 
Weathers, 179. 
Weaver, 265. 
Webb, 98, 124, 134, 153, 164, 173, 180, 181, 

194, 226, 255, 287, 321, 324, 331. 
Webbe, 137, 139, 143. 
Webber, 241, 254, 289. 
Webbers, 277. 
Webe, 171. 
Webster, 136, 143, 150, 162, 166, 178, 179, 192, 

193,221, 235,285,308. 
Wedden, 257. 
Weeb, 159. 
Weede, 134. 
Weeden, 167. 
Week, 256. 
Weeken, 272. 
Weekes, 147, 148, 151, 171. 
Weelsteed, 228. 
Weight, 141. 
Weimouth, 145. 
Weitten, 283. 

Welch, 145, 232, 243, 256, 272, 287, 288, 295. 
Welchman, 279, 293. 
Welcome, 153. 
Weld, 134, 141, 145, 146, 153, 159, 170, 171, 

172". 



Weller, 156, 180. 

Wellerd, :8o. 

Welles, 224. 

Wellow, 148. 

Wells, 98, 99, 137, 138, 139, 149, 154, 161, 169, 

178, 179, 238, 249, 269, 283, 324. 
Wels, 320. 
Welsh, 252, 310. 
Wenbane, 144. 
Wendall, 242. 
Wendell, 8,98, 99, 103, 104, 105, 106, 108, no, 

112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 120, 121, 

123, 125, 127, 243, 251, 255, 268, 315, 318. 
Wendol, 320. 
Wenter, 99. 
Wenton, 146. 

Wentworth, 153, 186, 207, 210. 
Werner, 178, 179. 
Wesson, 98, 99, 163. 
West, 99, 122, 138, 146, 149, 150, 151, 167, 

260, 273. 
Westcoat, 290. 
Western, 99. 
Westlake, 310. 
Westmorland, 312. 
Weston, 335, 252, 261, 271. 
Westwood, 136. 
Wetam, 246. 
Wetherbe, 236. 
Weyman, 147. 
Weymoth, 320. 
Whaland, 285. 
Whale, 144. 
Whaley, 167. 
Whalin, 289. 
Wharfe, 291. 
Wharton, 168. 
Whealan, 310. 
Whealand, 281. 
Whealden, 254. 
Wheat, 142, 249. 
Wheate, 159. 
Wheately, 151. 
Wheatley, 98, 106, 113, 125. 
Wheatly, 42, 119. 
Wheaton, 321. 
Wheelen, 255. 

Wheeler, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 147, 149, 
'Si. 'S3, >54> '59. l6 4. 'T 6 . lSl i l $ 2 > 198, 

278, 303, 319. 
Wheelock, 177, 299. 



Wheelocke, 139, 177. 
Wheelwright, 49, 66, 98, 



99, 108, 113, 114, 
115,119,124,325. 

Wheeton, 176. 

Wheler, 158, 159. 

Whelewright, 146. 

Wheller, 142. 

Whetcomb, 164. 

Whetcombe, 149. 

Whetherby, 234. 

Whetley, 143. 

Whicam, 229. 

Whillock, 289. 

Whiple, 149, 152. 

Whippe, 300. 

Whipple, 140, 175, 289. 

Whitamore, 138, 158. 

Whitcher, 160. 

Whitcomb, 312. 

White, 50, 98, 125, 134, 137, 140, 142, 143, 144, 
146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153, 155, 156, 
i6i, 162, 164, 165, 166, 168, 169, 170, 172, 
'73. '74. 7S. '78i '791*311*451 248,249, 
251, 252, 269, 271, 275, 278, 283, 284, 285, 
286,287,290, 291,299, 307,311, 312, 316, 

, 3'?. 321, 324- 
Whitehand, 135. 
Whiteing, 137, 142. 
Whiteman, 139. 
Whitemore, 318. 
Whiteway, 166. 
Whitherhead, 262. 
Whiting, 99, 147, 150, 151, 153, 158, 176, 301. 



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. Whitman, 145, 147, 152, 155, 156, 173, 174, 

175. 2 9 2 - 
Whitinarsh, 155, 163, 173, 174, 253, 274, 276, 

277, 280, 287, 290. 
Whitmon, 155. 
Whitmore, 147, 297, 306. 
Whitney, 137, 145, 149, 157, 170, 178, 266. 
Whitny, 144, 160. 
Whittaker, 277. 
Whittemore, ^25. 
Whitten, 52,66,98. 
Whittier, 148. 
Whittimore, 157. 
Whitton, 157, 174, 175. 
Whitwell, 324. 
Wiat, 171. 
Wichalls, 152. 
Wickes, 178. 
Wicoff, 297. 
Widger, 99, 153, 168. 
Wie, 315. 

Wier, 146, 270, 281, 300, 306, 311. 
Wieth, 160. 
Wigger, 308. 
Wiggin, 150. 

Wight, 144, 145, 147, 151, 154, 158, 176, 177. 
Wiglesworth, 155. 
Wignall, 133, 134. 
Wilboare, 135. 
Wilcock, 236. 
Wilcocks, 137. 
Wilcockson, 137. 
Wilcot, 168. 
Wild, 327. 
Wildar, 141. 
Wilden, 165. 
Wilder, 143, 174, 175. 
Wildgoose, 153. 
Wileley, 163. 
Wiley, 285. 
Wilkee, 165. 
Wilkey, 267. 

. Wilkins, 135, 151, 159, 161, 164, 186, 203, 266. 
Wilkinson, 165, 168, 231, 240, 283, 298. 
Willard, 150, 155, 164. 
Willcock, 302. 
Willes, 138. 
Willet, 164, 273. 
Willey, 270. 
William, 124, 255. 

William , 236, 281, 284, 293. 

Williams, 98, 129, 135, 138, 140, 142, 143, 145, 

146, 148, 153, 157, 164, 165, 167, 170, 171, 

172, 178, 179,215,2:6, 221, 222, 228, 229, 

232, 243, 244, 246, 255, 256, 258, 273, 274, 
285, 287, 289, 295, 298, 299, 302, 320, 326, 
327- 

Williamson, 270. 
Willington, 160. 
Willird, 227. 

Willis, 138, 149, 151, 155, 156, 170, 221. 
Williston, 243, 245, 274. 
Willistone, 172. 
Willms [Williams?], 133, 134. 
Willoby, 232. 
Willouby, 313. 
Willoues, 148. 
Willoughby, 140. 
Wills, 139, 264. 

Willson, 158, 159, 247, 258, 271, 272, 277, 283, 
288, 289, 293, 294, 303, 308, 310, 312, 314, 

3>7- 

Willust, 134, 135. 

Willy's, 164, 167, 168, 171. 

Wilniot, 167, 169. 

Wilson, 98, 125, 133, 134, 135, 137, 138, 139, 
141, 144, 146, 157, 160, 165, 170, 176, 177, 
192, 239, 254, 262, 268, 273, 275, 280. 

Wilton, 134. 

Wimble, 247, 249, 252, 268, 279. 

Wimens, 285. 

Wincall, 136, 237. 

Wincams, 253. 

Winch, 302. 



Winchcomb, 765. 

Winchester, 137, 138, 255. 

Winchestr [Winchester], 169, 170. 

Wincoll, 144, 145. 

Windson, 247. 

Windsor, 154. 

Wines, 143. 

Winfield, 238. 

Wing, 52, 98, 99, 124, 154, 164, 169, 188, 288, 

318, 319, 324, 327. 
Wingat, 151. 
Wingate, 271. 
' Winge, 154. 
Winn, 143. 

Winship, 154, 155, 297. 
Winshipp, 136. 
Winslad, 158. 
Winsley, 139. 
Winslow, 52, 53, 98,99, 100, 124,151, 164, 191, 

222, 228, 258, 259, 269, 323. 
Winsor, 164, 167, 300. 
Winston, 235. 

Winthrop, 134, 148, 156, 161, 221. 
Winthrope, 137, 139, 141. 
Winthworth, 293. 
Wintworth, 294. 
Wire, 185. 

Wise, 53, 99, 143, 170, 179. 
Wisell, 245. 
Wisewall, 139, 145, 152. 
Wiswall.Qg, 124, 153, 155, 157, 161, 171,318. 
Witchneld, 134. 
Withe, 158. 
Withengton, 154. 
Wither, 253. 
Witherby, 312, 331. 
Witheredge, 143. 
Witherell, 142. 
Witherhead, 313. 
Withers, 145. 

Withington, 140, 161, 171, 172. 
Withman, 142. 
Witney, 51. 
Witt, 163. 
Wittall, 166. 
Wittehead, 236. 
Wittington, 309. 
Wins [Williams], 150, 156. 
Wodde, 164, 165. 
Wodkins, 170. 
Wody, 142. 
Wolcott. 159. 
Wolfe, 312. 



Wood, 138, 140,. 151, 159, 160, 162, 176, 177, 

244, 250, 268, 282, 286, 303, 304, 314. 
Woodberry, 141. 



Woodbery, 150, 152, 154, 235. 

Woodbridge, 234, 236. 

Woodbury, 133, 149, 156, 291, 309. 

Woodcock, 175. 

Woode, 167. 

Wooddey, 147. 

Wooddy, 143. 

Woode, 140, 141, 143, 175. 

Woodford, 136. 

Woodhouse, 166, 236. 

Woodland, 173. 

Woodman, 137, 138, 149, 163, 240, 286. 

Woodmansey, 151, 167. 

Woods, 134, 159, 161, 163, 171, 236. 

Woodward, 137, 138, 142, 144, 154, 155, 160, 

163, 169, 176, 179, 330. 
Woodworth, 143, 302. 
Woolcott, 133. 
Woolfe, 135, 166. 
Woolfor, 169. 
Woolridge, 133, 135. 
Woolson, 160. 
Wooster, 165. 
Wootle, 312. 
Wooton, 300. 
Wootton, 301, 309. 
Worcester, 140, 150. 
Worde, 142. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



389 



Wonlof, 244. 
Work, 261. 
Wormell, 306. 
Wormestall, 146. 
Worster, 303. 
Worth, 162, 248. 
Worthington, 179. 
Wotton , 300. 
Wray, '35- 
Wriford, 152. 

Wright, 135, 136, 143, 144, 148, 152, 153, 156, 
160, 162, 164, 166, 168, 180, 239, 289, 294. 
Write, 170. 
Wroe, 221. 

Wthrington [Withrington?], 151. 
Wulcott, 135, 136. 
Wyat, 143. 



Wyer, 168, 235, 264, 326. 
Wyman, 144, 160, 289, 301. 
Wymondersel, 98. 
Wynes, 136. 

Yard, 296. 

Yeals, 231. 

Yearley, 246. 

Yeats, 311, 312. 

Yengle, 245. 

Young, 146, 165, 232, 237, 251, 260, 264, 267, 

270, 277, 286, 294, 320, 321, 322. 
Younglove, 150, 153, 179. 

Zacherei, 226. 
Zullesh, 142. 



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