History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Page 17 - Massachusetts prior to the arrival of Rev. Peter Hobart and his company in 1635. At the first drawing of house-lots, September 18, 1635 » he had five acres (including back land) granted to him on Town (North) Street. His lot was the one upon which now stands the dwelling owned by heirs of the late Perez Lincoln.
Page 8 - Secretary from time to time at the Court of Election, and Read over before the whole Court, sometime that Sessions, and shall not be put to Vote in the Court till the Court of Election, next following.
Page 60 - 1638. John Beal, shoemaker, with his wife and five sons and three daughters and two servants, came from Old Hingham and settled in New Hingham.
Page 8 - Colony was to be a member of the Church ; and none but freemen could vote for rulers or be elected to office. The freeman's oath...
Page 60 - He was admitted a freeman in 1639, and in 1649 and 1659 was chosen to represent the town at the General Court of the Colony. His first wife, Nazareth Hobart, who was the mother of his children, was a dau.
Page 28 - Mass, served as a lieutenant under Capt. Winslow in the expedition to the West Indies in 1740; and served also in the different wars of the country from 1742 to 1758. The tract called Warner's Location, (now constituting a part of Chatham) containing 3000 acres, was granted by Gov.
Page 8 - Every Court within this jurisdiction where two Magistrates are present, may admit any Church Members, that are fit to be freemen, giving them the Oath, and the Clerk of each Court shall certifie their Names to the Secretary at the next General Court.
Page 272 - Gage in 1775; was proscribed and banished in 1778. lie remained in Boston while the British were in possession, and left with them, March, 1776. He did not return to remain permanently until about Nov. 1792. During the war he lived in Nova Scotia and England. He married...
Page 305 - Htrsey was assessed a heavy fine for supporting the views of Rev. Peter Hobart and his friends ; and the family rate towards the erection of a new meeting house was the largest but one on the list. He was called husbandman.
Page 403 - Joy was arrested as a too ardent lover of liberty, yet is called 'a young fellow

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