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Subject: [GM-L] Watertown, 1st Settlers ~ The Catalogue - Part III
Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2001 18:48:45 EST
Subject: The Catalogue - Part III
Source: Source: Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early
Watertown, Massachusetts, Includes Waltham and Weston - by Henry Bond, M.D.,
Malachi BROWNING, not a grantee, proprietor of a homestall of 4 A. in 1644;
died in Boston,
1658. His homestall, north side of Cambridge St. near Cambridge line.
Benjamin BULLARD, not a grantee; proprietor of 6 lots in 1644. His homestall
of 6 A. was
bound north by Cambridge line, west by D. Fiske, east by S. Freeman, south by
This lot had been granted to John Griggs.
Robert BULLARD, died in Watertown 1639, leaving widow, Anna; not a grantee or
George BULLARD, (fr) 1641; died 1689; not a grantee; in 1644 proprietor of a
8 A., bounded west by John Knowles, south by Orchard St., north by his
and Ann Bullard, east by E. Pickeram.
Anne BULLARD, and Maudlin Bullard, proprietors in 1644 of 3 A., bounded west
by J. Knowles
south by George Bullard, north by N. Theale, east by Esther Pickeram.
Nicholas BUSBY (*) 1637 from Norwich County, Norwich; (fr) 1638; Selectman;
died in Boston,
1657; grantee of homestall of 6 A. and a farm of 86 A.; purchased 6 lots, one
of which was
a homestall, 10 A. where he probably resided; bounded north by Fresh Pond,
east by John
Daggett, west by W. Woolcot; bought of Andrew Ward.
Ensign Thomas CAKEBREAD, (fr) 1635, grantee of 7 lots, which he sold to John
Grout; an early
grantee of Dedham; went thence to Sudbury, where he died in 1643.
Oliver CALLOW, not a grantee; he sold his homestall, 8 A. bounded east by
School St., west
by H. Bright, Sr., east by T. Hastings, north by William Godfrey, to William
*Elder Thomas CARTER, (*) 1635, (fr) 1637, died in Woburn 1684; grantee of a
homestall, 10 A
bounded north by Sudbury Road, west by Howard St., south by Pleasant St, east
by (?) John
Vahan. This was afterwards the property and probably the residence of Widow
Also farm of 92 A. and a lot in the town plot.
Richard CARVER, (*) 1637, died 1641; grantee of a homestall, south west
corner of Belmont
and School Streets, afterwards the homestall of M. Barstow.
Charles CHADWICK (*) 1630, (fr) 1631; Selectman; died 1686; grantee of 8
lots, and purchaser
of 3 other lots before 1644. His homestall of 3 A., situated between Mount
Dorchester Field, was bounded south by the River, north by the highway (Bank
by Samuel Hosier, west by Gregory Taylor.
Leonard CHESTER, (*) 1633; grantee of 60 A. in the Great Dividends; also 13
sold to W. Paine; north side of Cambridge St., a little west of Cambridge
line. The above
grant implies that he did not move to Connecticut until after July, 1636.
Ephraim CHILD (*) 1630; (fr) 1631; Selectman; died 1663, aged 70; grantee of
9 lots and the
purchaser of 6 lots before 1644. His homestall of 40 A., east of Dorchester
bounded west by John Loveran, south by Thomas Rogers and John Benjamin, north
Lambert CHINERY, probably (*) 1630, an early grantee of Dedham, returned to
and died 1674.
Garrett CHURCH, (fr) 1649; grantee of 9 lots. His homestall of 8 A. opposite
to Mount Auburn Cemetery, was bounded south by highway (Cambridge St.), north
by J. Hayward,
west by C. Grant, east by W. Woolcot.
John CLARKE. This name, in the list of proprietors is a misnomer for John
William CLARKE (*) 1630 (fr) 1631; Constable of Watertown, 1632; went to
Ipswich in 1633.
Hugh CLARKE of Watertown 1641, moved to Roxbury (fr) 1660; died 1693.
William CLARKE (*) 1635; a grantee of a farm, 58 A., and he bought 4 lots.
John CLOUGH, (fr) 1642, not a grantee; a purchaser of 6 lots. His homestall
of 22 A., was
bounded south by Pond Road, east by William Paine, west by highway (?School
William Perry, north by Joseph Morse. This and others of his lots were
bought by William
Shattuck. (?) he moved to Salisbury.
John CLOYES of Watertown, 1638 (fr) 1652, died 1676; went to Charlestown,
thence to Falmouth
in 1660. His homestall was at the east and near to Fresh Pond.
Robert COE, dismissed from Watertown to Wethersfield May 29, 1635; thence to
John COOLIDGE, (fr) 1636; Selectman; died 1691, aged 86; grantee of 9 lots;
other lots before 1644. His homestall of 12 A., was bounded north by
Cambridge line, south
by Pond Road, east by D. Fiske, west by W. Paine.
Thomas COOPER, died in Watertown 1638 aged 80.
Benjamin CRISPE, (*) 1630 or before; (fr) 1646; moved to Groton and returned
was a grantee of 7 lots. His homestall of 7 A. was bounded west by Common
St., north by
T. Smith, south by E. Dix, east by W. Godfrey and H. Bright Sr.
John CROSS, from Hampton, died in Watertown, 1640.
Isaac CUMMINS, (fr) 1642; a grantee of 35 A. in the Great Dividends, and a
Probably moved away in the autumn of 1636.
Henry CUTTRIS (Curtis) grantee of 5 lots and purchaser of 2 lots. His
homestall of 16 A.,
was east of Dorchester Field, and bounded north and northwest by highway,
south and south
east by J. Norcross. He moved to Sudbury.
James CUTLER, grantee of 8 lots; his homestall, of 8 A., was bounded east by
Boylston, west and north by highway (Common Street and Pond Road), south by
He moved to Cambridge Farms (Lex.).
Transcribed by Janice Farnsworth
To be continued - Catologue Part IV - p. 1008