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" Biscoe were appointed by the selectmen "to consider how the bridge over the river shall be built, and to agree with the workmen for doing it. according to their best discretion. "
History of Ashburnham, Massachusetts, from the Grant of Dorchester Canada to ... - Page 891
by Ezra Scollay Stearns - 1887 - 1022 pages
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An Historical Sketch of Watertown, in Massachusetts: From the First ...

Convers Francis - Watertown (Mass.) - 1830 - 151 pages
...seven men," or Selectmen, on the 28th of December, 1647, "Mr. Biscoe and Isaac Stearnes were chosen to consider how the bridge over the river shall be built, and to agree with the workmen for the doing of it according to their best discretion." This is the earliest mention of a bridge over...
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Stearns Genealogy and Memoirs, Volume 1

Avis Stearns Van Wagenen - 1901
...earliest date of any such admission, and he was Selectman several years. In 1647, he and Mr. Biscoe were appointed by the selectmen, "to consider how the bridge...for doing it, according to their best discretion," says Dr. Francis, in his history, "This is the first mention of a bridge over the Charles River, at...
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Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs ..., Volume 2

William Richard Cutter - Middlesex County (Mass.) - 1908
...was admitted a freeman May 18, 1631, and was selectman several years. In 1647 he and Mr. Bisco were appointed by the selectmen "to consider how the bridge...for doing it, according to their best discretion." This was the first bridge over Charles river. He was a tailor by trade as well as farmer. He died June...
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Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of ..., Volume 2

William Richard Cutter - Boston (Mass.) - 1908
...was admitted a freeman May 1 8, 1631, and was selectman several years. In 1647 he and Mr. Biscoe were appointed by the selectmen "to consider how the bridge...for doing it, according to their best discretion." This is the first mention of a bridge over the Charles river at Watertown. He acquired a large estate...
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Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs ..., Volume 3

William Richard Cutter - Middlesex County (Mass.) - 1908
...Biscoe : east by Pequessett Meadow, a part of which meadow he owned. In 1647 he and Mr. Biscoe were appointed by the selectmen "to consider how the bridge...over the river shall be built, and to agree with the workman for doing it according to their best MIDDLESEX COUNTY. discretion," says Dr. Francis in his...
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Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of the ..., Volume 2

William Richard Cutter, William Frederick Adams - Massachusetts - 1910
...was admitted a freeman May 18, 1631 and was selectman several years. In 1647 he and Mr. Biscoe were appointed by the selectmen "to consider how the bridge...for doing it. according to their best discretion." This is the first mention of a bridge over the Charles river at Watertown. He acquired a large estate...
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New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial: A Record of the ..., Volume 3

William Richard Cutter - New England - 1914 - 2149 pages
...admitted a freeman, May 18, 1631, and was selectman for several years. In 1647 he and Mr. Biscoe were appointed by the selectmen "to consider how the bridge...for doing it, according to their best discretion." This is the first mention of a bridge over the Charles river at Watertown. He acquired a large estate...
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