History of Cambridge Massachusetts: Supplement and Index

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Heritage Books, Dec 1, 1986 - Cambridge (Mass.) - 860 pages
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This supplement to Paige's "History of Cambridge, Mass." contains citations to the people and places in both the historical and genealogical portions, as well as extensive topical citations. The supplement contains additional genealogical data gleaned from the Vital Records of Cambridge and from various church records, town histories, genealogies, and Bibles which greatly extended the genealogies. G0012HB - $63.50
 

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Page 18 - Bridgewater (she was mother of Rev. Oakes Shaw of Barnstable, HC 1758, whose son Lemuel Shaw, HC 1800, was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court; of Rev. Bezaleel Shaw of Nantucket, HC 1762, whose only child was Elizabeth, wife of Dr. Andrew Craigie of Camb. ; of Rev. William Shaw of Marshfield, II.
Page 328 - An Account of Percival and Ellen Green and Some of Their Descendants (Groton, Mass., 1876), pp.
Page 346 - ... pond, 1671, 97; com. on building court house 1707, 212; elected deac. 1705, 305; on census 1688, 440; constable 1673, 1685, 464; heir of Thomas Post 1691, 628 Nathaniel 3rd (Nath'l., Nath'l.) shoemaker b.
Page 246 - Camb. men who rem. to, William Goodwin, 248, 563; Stephen Hart, 574; Rev. Samuel Hooker HC 1653, minister at 589; William Lewis sergeant 1649, 599; John Steele, 663 Farms, granted in the town, in Arlington, in Lex.
Page 347 - Nath'l.) b. 7 Ap. 1814, m. Amaranth J. Nash of Auburn, Me., 10 July 1854, res.
Page 333 - Isaac, Jacob Warner, 678; William Westwood, d. at, 684; John, Nathaniel White, 684; Dr. Thomas Williams, Rev. William Williams, 692 Hagar, Elisha, m.
Page 12 - Eng. to Russia 1588. Phineas Fletcher and Giles Fletcher, Jr., poets, were her brothers ; John Fletcher, the dramatist, her own cousin.
Page 346 - May 1667, m. (1) Mary Prentice (Hen.) 8 Mar. 1664, 629; [who d. 20 Sept. 1699], (2) Sarah Green, 26 Dec. 1699; d. 12 Ap.
Page 113 - Sept. 1746, 540 ; and d. bef . 1 Dec. 1773 when his only son and heir Benjamin Champney of Prov.
Page 165 - May 1728, m. Samuel Hodgman, of Western (now Warren) 7 May 1755, 520 Abigail (Jas., Jas., Thos., Jas.) b.

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