the census of 177G gave the town a po[)nlation of ITjOO, we can see
in part to what extent these patriotic fathers gave service and life, to
found the nation. Their children should never forget at what a price
they gained freedom for themselves and coming generations.
This chapter may fitly close with the tax list for 177(i, with such
memoranda appended as, in the absence of a map, Avill help those
who are iulcrt'sted to locate most of these patriotic tax-payers, and
revive the memory of the town as it was one hundred 3'ears ago.
8 Massiichusetts Archives: Coat Holls, 178-8(1, is^; and Vol. XXII, No. 5C0.
* Massachusetts Archives. Vol. XIX. Muster Rolls, No. '38. ^'ol. XXVI, No. 10.
'< Massacliii setts ArMves : /iolls. \'ol. ,\LI.
< arlcton. John
Carleton. .lohn. jr.
Joel Baldwin's, Shawsliin Road.
West of Long Street, north of Win.
Holden place. Shaw.-hin Road.
Stearns pi., north of How'e School.
Near Catholic Church.
East Road, Asa Holden place.
Burrows place, east of Woburn St.
Clough pi.. East Lexington Road.
Dr. Xoyes" pi.. Lexington Street.
East Lexington Road.
Near Mr. Cowdry's, west side.
Hotel w. of Long St.. so. end village.
East of Long Street Hotel, near Mr.
Kimball jilace. Andover St. [Proud-
Old Danforth place, on West St.
Bowman ])lace, on Lexington Road.
Head of the lane east of Long St.
Near Henry Duranfs, west side.
AVilmington Road, near the school-
Isaac BroA\'n place.
Probably at North Billerica.
Road to Winnino-'s Pond.
HISTORY OF IJILLEKICA.
Crosby, .Josiali. ^V'id. Ko.
Cumings. Kev. Henry.
Danforth. do.' Jos.VVarie
Dows, Benj'^, jr.
Dows, Eben\ jr.
- Dutton, Benj
Easte. Benj. [)tot ii Ust
Farmer. Edward, jr.
French, Ei)en'. jr.
TA.\-LI8T. — Coiitiitual.
£ 13 1 2 .
■2 1 J
•2 1 10 2
2 1 3
3 13 11 2
1 1 4
4 8 2
13 1 2
3 !) 11
3 12 'J 2
2 13 12
1 12 2 2
2 1 7
1 12 10
3 T) 4