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at the Mount.

Also to Anthony Stann3'on a great Lott there for eleven heads.

Also to John Lowe a great Lott at the Mount for foure heads.

Also to Stephen Kinsley a great Lott there for nyne heads, four
acrs upon a head.

Also to our brother Mathew Chafey a great Lott there for four
heads.

[34.] The 9th of the 1 moneth, called March, 1638.

Att a Generall meeting upon publique notice.

Att this meeting M''. John Newgate is Chosen for a Deputie or
Coiiiittee in the steade or place of M"". AVilliam Coulborne for the
service of the next Generall Court.

The 12* of the same 1st moneth.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
William Coulborne, Robte Hardinge, James Penne, and Jacob
Eliott, there is graunted to Waters Sinnott, Fisherman, to have a
housplott.

Also, there is graunted to our brother Ol3-var Mellowes, and to
our brother Nathaniell Chappell, and to William Hudson the
Eldest Sonne of our brother William Hudson, leave of taking in
the corner of ground betweene the last j'ear's new impaled plant-
ing ground and the North East corner of M"". William Blackstone's
pnyles, our brother Mellowes to have twoe acrs thereof, our
brother Chappell to have one acr thereof, and AVilliam Hudson to
have the residue so that there be not above an acre of it.

Also, it is ordered that every Inhabitant amongst us shall forth-
with ring and yoake theire swine, and that all swine within this
towne shall be ringed and yoaked upon paine of every swine found
abroad unrung and unyoaked after the 28 day of this first moneth
for ever^' time so taken ii .s. vi cZ., one halfe to the Towne and the
other to the taker of them, beside answering or making satisfac-
tion for an}' damage which they shall have done, and Richard
Fairebancke is appointed to looke unto the observing of this order.

The 2d of the 2d moneth, called Aprill, lff38.
Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olivar, Thomas Leveritt,
WilUam Coulborne, Robte Harding, William Balstone, James



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Penne aud Jacob Elliott there be garding places granted to our
brethren James Johnson, John Davisse, George Burdon and
Nathaniell Chappell on the back s^xle of the Lotts in the long
streete.

Also to M"". John Mansfield, having served his brother M^ Robte
Keayne, to have a housplott.

Also, it is agreed that William Hudson shall be the eowkeeper
for this following yeare, aud to have for ever}' cowe goeing upon
the necke a bushell of Corne at harvest, and for every calfe put to
his keeping a pecke of Corne.

Also, it is ordered that (according to Court order) noe goate
shall goe at libertie upon the necke witliout a keeper upon peualtie
for every goate for every time without a keeper xid., beside the
answering of double damage done b}' them after the xi d da}' of
this moneth, the one halfe to the taker of them and the other to
the Towne, and they to be looked unto by William Hudson the
jounger.

The 16th of the same 2d moneth.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
William Coulborne, Robert Hardinge, James Penne and Jacob
Eliott, It is agreed that Thomas Sellen shall have a housplott at
the Mount.

Also a great Lott is granted to Edmund Oremsby for three heads
at Muddy Ryver.

Also to our brother Thomas Wheeler a great Lott at Mudd}^
R3'var for three heads.

Also to Jacob Wilson a great Lott there for three heads.

Also to Mawdit Inge a great Lott there for three heads.

Also to our brother William Coursar a garding place wher a
convenient place for gardinge plotts can be found.

Also it is this day ordered for soe much as our Comon pasturing
is but scant upon the necke, and cowe keepings for the Inhabitants
is of necessity, that, therefore, all the sheepe on the necke, aud
dr}' cattell, such as are not for draught, shalbe had away from otf
the necke by the last da}' of this moneth, in peualtie for every head
after that time ii s. a Weeke for every weeke after, and the sheepe
not.

Also that all fence about the " Corne feilds shalbe sufficienth^
made, according to Court order, before the last of this moneth,
upon peualtie for every rodd then undone iii s. iiii d. And to be scene
unto by these men, viz., our brother John Cranwell and William
Salter, for the feild by them our brethren Richard Gridley and
Beniamj'n Gillam, for the Foit Feild, our brethren Olyvar Mellowes,
Thomas Marshall and Jonathan Negoose, for the mylne feild and
the newe feild.

Also there is granted leave to George Griggs to sell his house,
and garding under it, and 20 acrs of his great Lott, to M''. Tuttell,
of Ipswich, and M^ Tuttell, of Charlestowne, for his redeeming
out of theire debts

[25.] At the same meeting the said IGth of the said 2d moneth,
1638, there was a house plott granted to the said George Griggs,
some where towards the new mylne.
3



34 City Docuivient No. 46.

Also thei'e is granted to George Harwood, Carpenter, a great Lott
at the Mount, for three heads.

Also there is granted to William Hudson, the 3'ounger, a gi'eat
Lott att Muddy Rj'var, for three heads.

Also there is granted to William Davisse, the Locksmyth, a
housplott neare unto the new mylne, upon the usuall Condition of
Inoffensive carrjage.

The 23d of the 2d moneth, called Aprill, 1638.

Att a Generall Meeting this day upon Publique Notice.

Att this Meeting M^ Atherton Haulgh, M^ Robte Keayne and
M^ John Olyvar, are Chosen for deputies or Committees for the ser-
vice of this next Generall Court.

Also at this Meeting M"". Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt, M"".
Robte Kea^-ne, M"". William Colbourne, M^ John Newgate, James
Penne and Jacob Elyott, are Chosen, as formerly for tlie Townes
occasions, for these next six moneths, to be ordered b}' them or by
fyve of them at the least.

The 1 of the 4th moneth, called June, 1638.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Robert Keayne, William Coulborne, John Newgate, James Penne
and Jacob Elyott, leave was granted to our brother Richard
Bi'ockett, to sell his howse and garding next to William Hudson,
the 3'ounger, unto one Jacob Legar.

Item : To Samuell Wilbore, to sell his house and garding plott,
adioyning to that was Barnaljy Derry falls, unto one M^ Offley.

Alsoe his house and ground next Roxbury unto Samuell Sherman.

The 18th of the same 4th moneth.

Att a meeting this da}- of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Robert Keayne, William Coulborne, John Newgate, James Penne
and Jacob Elyott, there was leave granted to John Spoore, late of
Clapton, in Somersetshire, to buye M''. Wilkes house and ground,
and that his brother, James Mattocke, a Cooper, shall have liberty
to live with him or in some other place in this towne.

Also that said John Spoore hath leave to buy of George Burdon
a little house neere unto the Coave, next unto Edward Bendalls.

The 9th of the 5th moneth. called July, 1638.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Robert Keayne, William Coulborne, John Newgate, James Penne
and Jacob Elyott, it was agreed that Robert Re^'nolds shall have
five acrs of Marsh ground, att Mudd}' Ryvar in exchange for five
acrs of his upland there, to be layd out b}' M^ Coulborne,

The 23 of the same mo.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
Robert Keayne, William Coulborne, John Newgate, James Penne
and Jacob Elyott, it was agreed that none shall sell their houses,
but with some parte of their great Allotments, without the Con-
sent of the overseers of the Townes occasions.



Boston Town Records, 1G38. 35

The 7tb of the Gth moueth, called August, 1G38.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas OlyNar, Thomas Leveritt,
Robert Keayue, John Newgate, James Penue and Jacob Elyott,
there was leave grauuted to Francis Lyall to become an Inhab-
itant.

The 20th of the 6th moneth called August, 1638.

Att a Generall Meeting this day upon Fublique Notice.

At this Meeting M"". Atherton Ilaulgh, M"". Robert Keaj-ne and
M^ John Newgate, are Chosen for deputies or Coiliittees, for the
service of this next Generall Court.

Also M'. Robert Kea^-ne, M'. John Cogau, M"". Willian Coul-
borne and Jacob Elyott, are, at this Meeting, Chosen Overseers or
Surveyers for the Towncs high wayes for this yeare followinge.

Att a meeting tliis same day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Lev-
eritt, Robert Keayne, Willj'am Coulborne, James Penne and Jacob
El^-ott, there is leave grauuted to M^ Thomas Cornnell for the
buying of our brother Willyam Balstone's house, and to become an
Inhabitant of this Towne.

The 17th of the 7th moneth, September, 1638.

[3G.] Att a Meeting this day of Thomas Olyvar, Thomas
Leveritt, Robert Keayne, Willyam Coulborne, John Newgate,
James Penne and Jacob Elyott : Whereas there was a stray sow
that had been often taken in the Coi-ne, and some five or six
Weeks kept up at our lirother Fairbancks, and often Cryed, but
noe owner thereof to be knowne. It was therefore praysed to 40s,,-
whereof to Samuell Gryne towards his losses in his Corue 30.s.,
and the Residue allowed to Richard Fairebancks for the Charges
of her keeping all that time.

The 8th of the 8th moneth, 1638.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olivar, Thomas Leveritt,
Robert Keayne, Willyam Coulborne, John Newgate, James Penne
and Jacob Elyott, there was granted to M^ William Tinge, the
having of his great Lott att Muddy River for Eight persons, and
Fortie and twoe heads of Cattell in present possession, and thirtie
heads to come, foure hundred Acrs and an hundred more.

The 2d of the 9th moneth, November, 1638.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olivar, Thomas Leveritt,
Robte Keayne, WilUam Coulborne, James Penne and Jacob
Elyott, leave is granted to Richard Rawlings, a plasterer, to buy
Peter Johnson, the Dutchman's house, and to become an Inhab-
itant of this Towne.

The 5th day of the 9th moneth, November, 1638.

Att a Generall Meeting upon Publique notice or Warning.

Att this Meeting M'. John Cogan and M^ Richard Tuttle are
Chosen Cunstables for this following yeare.

Also att this meeting M"' Thomas Olyver, M'' Thomas Leveritt,
M" Willyam Coulborne, M' Robert Keayne, M'' Robert Hardinge,



36 City Document No. 46.

James Penne and Jacob Ellyott are Chosen for the Towne's occa-
sions, as formerly, for this ensuing half yeare.

The 19th day of the same 9th moneth.

Att a meeting this daj' of Thomas Olyver, Tliomas Leveritt,
William Coulbrone, Robert Keayne, Robert Harding, James
Penne, Jacob Ellyott, it appeared by a Wry ting dated the 2d day
of November last, under the hand of Thomas Painter, that George
Barrill, Cooper, hath for him and his heirs and assigns for £28
bought of the said Thomas Painter, his dwelling-house, with the
Appurtenances, and ground Under it, in this towne, and whereto
he had the Consent of the Townesmen, and soe is admitted a Townes-
man upon Condition of Inoffensive Carrj-age.

Also by another AYriting, dated the 9th of the same moneth, it
appeareth that James Everill hath for £3 sould nnto the said
George Barrill, his heirs and Assignees, a parsell of ground lying
next to the said house, Conteyning in bredth three powle, within
one foote.

The 10th day of the 10th moneth, December, 1638.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyver, Thomas Leveritt,
William Coulborne, Robert Keayne, Robert Harding, and James
Penne, It is agreed that Arthur Pcrrye shall have yearely allowed
for his drumming to the Company upon all occasions the some of
£5, to be paid by the Towne.

The 24th day of the same 10th moneth.

At a meeting this day of Thomas Olyver, Thomas Leveritt,
Willyam Coulborne, Robert Keayne, Robert Harding, James
Penne and Jacob Elyott, It appeared by a Wryting, under the
hand of John Odhn, dated the 19th of the 5th Moneth last past,
that for the sume of £29 8s., he hath sould his great Lott of
84 Acrs att Romely Marsh unto M^ Richard Tuttell of this Towne,
and to his heirs forever.

Also at this meeting, one Willyam Tcffe, a Taylor, is allowed to
bee an Inhabitant, and hath this day fully agreed wilh Jacob Wilson
of his house, and the ground under it, in this towne.

Also Esdras Reade, a Taylor, is this day allowed to bee an In-
habitant, and to have a great Lot at Muddy River for 4 heads.

[37.] The 21st of the 11th moneth, January, 1638.

Att a Meeting this day of Thomas Olyver, Thomas Leveritt,
Willin Coulborne, Robert Keayne, Robert Harding, James
Penne and Jacob Elyott, leave was graunted to John Odlyn to
make Use of a piece of Marsh ground at Muddy River, conteyning
an acre, lying against the third Lott there untill the Towne shall
see occasion for further disposing of it.

Also it appeared to them this day bv a Writing, under the hand
of Nicholas Willys, dated the 27th of the 10th, 1638, that for the
sume of £30 12.s." 6fZ., he hath sold his great Lott of 49 Acrs of
Upland and marsh at Romeley Marsh unto Richard Tuttell of this
Towne and his heirs foi-ever.



Boston Town Records, 1638. 37

Also it appeared by a Writinge, under the hand of James
Hawkings, dated the lillh day of the 9 moneth, November (IGoH),
that for the same of £15 he hath sold one dwelling-house in this
Towne, Wherein George Ruggle lived, and which he formerl}'^
bought of M"^. Bi'enton, together with a garden plott Joyning to it,
unto one Henr}' Garrold of this Towne, Tanner, and to his heirs
and assigns forever.

Also it appeared by a Writinge, under the hand of Jacob Will-
son, of this Towne, Sawver, dated the 24th of the 10th Moneth,
December (1G3S), that he hath sold unto Willyam Teffe, of this
Towne, taylor, one house, and a lott under it, which is now in the
use of the said William Teffe, unto him, and his heirs and Assignes
forever.

Also at this day, Richard Tuttell, our brother, hath undertaken
for one Dorothie Bill, a Widowe, a Soiourner in his house to dis-
charge the Towne of any Charge that may befall the Towne for any
thing about her.

Also this day, our Brother, Robte Scott, hath for the sume of
£13 16.9. sould 23 Acrs of Upland att Mudd}' River, that was our
brother Richard Fairebancks great Allottment, unto our brother
Thomas Savidge, his heirs and Assignes forever.

Also this day Willyam Hyricke is allowed to be an Inhabitant.

Also there is this day granted to the owners of the Wharfe and
Crayne an hundred acrs of Land at Mount WoUystone, next to
the AUottments alredy graunted, towards the repay ringe and maiu-
teyning of the said Wharfe and Crayne.

The 18th of the 12th moneth, February, 1638.

Att a meetinge this day of Thomas Olj'var, Thomas Leverett,
William Coulbourn, Robert Keayne, Robert Harding, James
Penne, and Jacob Elyott, there is graunted to our Brother Richard
Wright a narrow peece of land lyeing at Mount Woolly stone,
betweene the Rocks and the Fresh brooke, to beginne at the end of
the first Lott, and to extend fourescore Rodd in length to the
furtherance of his Water Mylne building there, and in regard of
his redy serviceablenesse to the Towne's Occasions.

Att this day it hath appeared that the said Richard Wright hath
sold 130 Acrs of land at Mount Woollystone to one M"'. Pane, of
Concord, without the consent of the Towne's Allotters, contrary to
a former Order, and he is therefore to pay for a Fyne to the towne's
stocke, to lie paid at the next Towne's Meeting the sume of £6.

Also there is leave graunted to our Brother Richard Fairbanke
for this next summer to mowe the marsh ground which is against
his acr of planting ground in the new feild, as he hath formerl}-
mowen it.

Also there is leave graunted to our brother Henry Pease for this
next summer to move the marsh against his planting ground in the
same feild.

Also there is leave graunted to our brother Edmund Jackson for
this next summer to mowe the marsh that our brother Willyam
Balstone hath formerly mowen in the same feild.

Also there is leave granted to our brother James Pennyman for



38 City Document No. 4G.

this nest summer to mowe the marsh in the New feilcl as he hath
heretof(n-e mowen the same.

Also there is leave graunted to our Sister, the Widdow Purton,
for this next summer to mowe the peece of marsh in the same feilde
lying under our l)rother Robte Turner's garding payles.

Also it appeared this day by a Writing under the hand of
Willih Baulston, dated the 5th of August, 1G38, that he hath sould
his house, with all the appurtenences thereunto belonging, And all
the ground that he was possest of (vizt.), the house, yards, gar-
dens, one close on the backside of M"". Coddingtou's, conteyning,
by estimation, one Aci'e (be it more or lesse), and two Acrs, more
or lesse, lyeing in the Millfeild bordering on Water Mcrryall's house,
and three Acrs of Land, more or lesse, on Hogg Hand, and foure-
score and tenne Acrs, more or lesse, in Mount Willystone unto
Thomas Connell and his heirs forever.

It is ordered that Edward Hutchison, Samuell Cole, Robte
Turner, M^ Robte Harding, M"". William Parker and Richard
Brackett, shall make sufficient the cart-wa}" against M^ Hutchin-
son's house, under which they drayne their gardens before the 11th
day of this next 1st moneth, upon the [forfeiture?] [About half a
line at the bottom of the page is worn away.]

[28.] Further, at the same meetinge it appeared by a Writing
dated this same 18th day of 12th Moneth, 1G08, that Thomas
Scottow of Boston, Joyner, hath sold to Thomas Grubb of the
same, all his six acrs of ground lying at Muddy River adioyning
to my Mother's Lott there, and which I bought of her : In consid-
eration whereof the said Thomas Grubb hath resigned all his right
of three acrs of ground lying in the New feild at Boston, which was
allotted to him by the To^\^ne adioyning unto Isaac Grosses lott on
the one side and Widdow Purton's on the other.

Also at this Assembly there is granted to M"'. Beniamyn Keayne,
the Sonne of our brother, M''. Keayne, a great Lott of Meadow and
Upland att Monotticott Ryver, in Mount Woollystone, Running to
a long Ridge or hill towards the Fresh Pond there.

The 25th day of the 12th moneth, called February, 1638.

Att a Generall Meeting this day upon Publique Notice. Att this
meeting M^ Atherton Haulgh, M''. Robert Keayne and Mr. Edward
Gibbon were Chosen for Coiuittees or deputyes for this next
Generall Cort.

The 25th day of the 1st moneth, called March, 1G39.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Olyver, Thomas Leveritt,
WiUiam Coulbron, Robert Keayne, James Penne and Jacob El3'ott,
our Brother M^ Gr^ffen Bowen hath a great Lott granted unto
him at Mucldj' River for [blank in original.]

Likewise our brother Richard Holledge hath a great Lott granted
unto him there for three heads.

Also there is leave granted to our Brother Valentine Hill to
build a fitting house and a shopp upon the house plott wliich be
hatli bought that was our brother M''. William Aspinwall's, and to
lett it to Francis Lysle, Barber.



Boston Town Records, 1G39. 39

Also John Horcl, TaA'lor, having served within tins towne M''.
William Hutchinson for diverse years is Allowed to be an Inhabi-
tant amongst Us.

Also at this meeting our brother Henry Pease hath promised to
fence out the highway through his ground where he dwelleth, 25
foot broade from against the Cove neare his dwelling unto the
Crosse high way by our brother James Everill's before the 1st da^'
of the 2d moneth, Aprill,lG40, npon the forfeture of £5 in default
thereof, and in AVitnesse thereof he hath hereunto sett his hand.

his

Henry -\- Pease,

Further, at this Meeting it appeared by a Writing dated the first
day of August, 1638, that M^ John Underbill hath surrendered
nnto M^ Thomas Makepeace, of Dorchester, his house in Boston
with an hundred akers of upland ground at Muddy River and tcnn
aers of meadow or marsh ground there, and his share of Wood-
land in the Hands with a garding at the house and another behind
M''. Parker's house to the quantity of halfe an acre and some
what more, and also neare half an Aker npon the fort hill for the
some of an hundred pounds.

Also it is ordered that all the Cornefeild fences about the ToAvne
shalbe made sufficient before the eight day of this next 2d moneth
Aprile, upon the penalty of every rodd of fence then undone iii s. iv d.
and the fence in the feild towards Roxbury to lie lookt unto by our
brethren Willm Coulbron & Jacob Elyott & about the fort feild by
o"" brethren Beniam3^n Gillam and Richard Gridley, and about the
mylnefeild our brethren John Button and Jonathan Negoose, and
about the Newfeild our brethren Willyam Hudson and Richard
Fairbancks.

Also it is agreed that our brother Robert Walker shalbe the Cow
keep for this yeare, to begin the 8th Day of the next 2d Moneth,
and to have for every Cow goeing on the necke untill the first of
the nynth Moneth a bushell of Corne at Harvest, and a pecke of
corne for every calf put to his keeping, and a pecke — [Apparently
a line at the bottom of the page is missing.]

[39.] The same 25th of the 1st moneth, March, 1639.

It is also ordered that the C^rne feild fence at Muddy River
shalbe made sufficient before the 20th of this next 2d Moneth
Aprill, upon penaltie of ever}* Rodd then undone vi s. \'iii d. And to
be seene unto b}^ our brethren John Audlyn and Edward Baytes.
And for the Charge of the fence the broken up ground to pay for
every acr three thirds thereof, and the unbroken up twoe thirds
of the Charge of every Acre.

Also it is ordered that all drye Cattell that are not Wrought in
the Towne shalbe putt from off the necke before the 10th of the
next 3d Moneth, in payne for every such beast not put away ii s.
vi d. for every Week, and the Cow keeper to looke to this order,
and to give a Weeks Warning to the owners of such Cattell, and to
have xii d. a peece after such warning out of the forfeture, and the
residue to be paid to the Townes use, and upon every his neglect
in not giving Warning; and takins the forfeiture to forfett vi d.



40 City Document No. 46.

Also that noe goate shall goe on the necke Without a keeper
after the 10th of this next ■2d Moneth, in paiue for every goate
for every time so taken xii d., the one halfe to tlie taker, and the
other to the Towne, besides making satisfaction for any damage
done by them, and old Winge to looke to this Order,

Also it is ordered that the owners of all the hoggs that are found
within this neclie and are not both 3-oked and rung after the 8th of
this next 2d Moneth, sliall pa}' for all the damage done by them
as shalbe iudged by twoe of the Brethren, and shall pay xii d. for
every swine for every time soe taken or impounded ; the one half
to the taker and the other to the Towne. And in Case any shall
take them up into their yard, then forthwith eyther to lett the
owners knowe of them, or to sett a note of them upon the Whip-
ping poast, or else to loose both damage and the takeing of them
up.

Further about the Order for hoggs, it was ordered that in Case
an}^ shall take them up into their yards tlien forthwith, eyther to
lett the owners know of tliem, or to send a note of them to the
foldkeeper, to be sett eyther upon one of the poasts of the fould
gate or on the Whipping poast, or else the taker of them into his
yard shall loose both his damage and his part for the taking of
them, and that whoesoever take any such swine shall see that the
forfeiture to the Towne be paid ; Moreover Wee doe appoint our
brother Richard Fairbanck to be the fould keeper, and to see to
the executing of this order, upon the penaltie of xii d. for everj' his
defalt about this order.

Also Wee Order that none of those that dwell in any of the
feilds shall suffer any of their swine to goe at libertie in any of the
feilds, though they be yoked and Runge, in paine of v s. a peece
for every time soe taken, the one halfe to the Towne and the other
half to the taker of them.

Alsoe at this meeting one Henry Shrimpton, a Bras^'er, is allowed
to be an Inhabitant in this Towne.

The 29th day of the 2d moneth, called Aprill, 1630.

Att a meeting this day of Thomas Oliver, Thomas Leveritt,
Willyam Coulbron, Robert Keayne and Robert Hardinge, It was
agreed upon together, With the Consent of M^ William Peirce,
that there shall be a passage of seven foote wide from the lower
part of M''. Keaynes garden, at his Mud Wall house unto the
Creeke neare Edward Bendalls new house, to be fenced out b}' the
said Willyam Peirce out of his garden, and at his Charges on the
one side, and at the Cliarges of the said Edward Bendall on the
other side, and soe to be maintenj'ed.

Also it is now agreed upon that whereas our brother Thomas
Malson Was Allotted for his great Allotment at Rumney Marsh
short b}' the number of twoe heads ; therefore at the next Alloting
at Mount Woollystone that it shall be made up nnto him at the end



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