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A,



Academy, Derby, 15 — 1 9.
Accord Pond, 7.
Agricultural Society, 11,
Allen, Bozoan, 46, 56—70.
Andrews, Joseph 41, 42.
Andrews, Rev. Jedidiah, 116.
Andrews, Rev. John, 133,
Andrews, Lt. Joseph, 111,
Assessors, First record of, 51,
Austin, Jonas, 42.



B.



Baker, Nicholas, 42,

Baptisms, in Gay's ministry, 30 ; in Ware's ministry, 30.

Baptists, 40,

Bare Cove, 22, 40 ; assessment on, 41.

Barker, Capt. Joshua, 91.

Barker, Dr. Joshua, 125 — 126.

Bates, Joseph deacon, 35.

Beal, John, 44.

Beal, Lazarus deacon, 35.

Beal, Israel, 105, 106, 107.

Bozworth, Jonathan, 45.

Bronson, George, 136.

Brooks, Rev. Charles, 39, 137



178 INDEX.

Brown, Rev. John, 36.
Burr, Simon, 48.
Burr, Thomas, 90.



Cade, James, 42.

Canada expedition, troops furnished for, 89.

ChafFe, Tliomas, 45.

Child, Dr. Robert, 73—76.

Child, Maj. John, 74.

Chubbuck, Jeremiah, 119.

Church, first, 21— 32; at Cohasset 32— 36: second, 36— 37; third, Z9.

Clapp, Thomas, 45.

Cockerum, William, 43.

Cohasset, church at, 32—36 ; meeting house, 32, 33—34 ; lands

divided, 82 ; settlement of 82 — 83.
Colman, Rev. Henry, 39.

Constitution of Massachusetts, report on, &c. 108 — 109.
Cooper, Thomas, 46.
Cushing, Matthew his decendants, 46.
Cashing, Daniel, 40, 69, 70, 138—139.
Cushing, Rev. Jeremiah, 116, 175.
Cushing, Rev. Job, 116.
Cushing, Adam, 116 — 117.
Cushing, Matthew, 122.
Cushing, Theophilus, 105, 106, 107.
Cushing, Isaiah, 134.
Cushing, Col. Charles 167.

D.

Day. JaKes, 19.

Deaths in Gay's ministry, 30 ; in Ware's ministry, 311.

Derby, Mrs. Sarah, 15 — 19.

Dimock, Thomas, 45.



Eames Anthony, 44, 56 — 71.

Episcopalians, 40.

Exempts, companies of in the late war, 113.

F.

Fearing, John, 43.

Fearing, John another, 105, 106, 107.

Fearing, Thomas, 169.

Fisk, Mr. Samuel, 25.

Fiske, Dr. R. T. P. 137.



INDEX- 179

Forts, S4,

Foulshame or Folsom, John, 69, 174,

Fovvle, Thomas, 74.

Fowie, Rev. John, 35.

French War, 90—91.

French, Samuel, 123.

G.

Garrison Houses, S4.

Gates, Stephen, 49.

Gay, Rev. Ebenezer, 26 — 30.

Gay, Samuel, 123.

Gay, Hon. Ebenezer, 137.

Gill, Thomas, 90.

Gill, Thomas another, 119.

Gilman, Edward, 45 ; his descendants, 174-175.

Glad Tidings Plain, why so named, 83.

Gold, Edmund, 69, 70.

Gordon, William A. 136,

Gordon, Charles, 136.

Gordon, Dr. William, 137.

Graduates at different Universities, 113 — 136.

Grants of land, 49.

H-

Hawke, Matthew, 46.

Hersev, William, 42, 69, 70.

Hersey, Dr. Ezekiel, 119—120.

Hersev, Rev. Henry, 136.

Hersey, Dr. Abner, 139—140.

Hilliard, Anthony, 47, 175.

Hills, Baker's, Otis's, 6.

Hingham, its situation, boundaries and extent, 5 ; annexed to Ply-
mouth county, 5 ; surface, soil, productions, &c. 5 — 7 ;
streams and ponds, 7 ; manufactures, trade, commerce,
7 — 8 ; population, 9 ; town expenses, 14, 89 ; education,
14 — 21 ; ecclesiastical history, 21 — 40 ; civil history, 40
— 113 ; longevity of inhabitants, 152, 157 — 158.

Hohart, Edmund, 69, 156.

Hobart, Thomas, 69.

Hobart, Joshua, 59 — 70, 79, 80.

Hobart, Rev. Peter, 21—25, 57—79, 156.

Hobart, Rev. Joshua, 113.

Hobarf, Rev. Jeremiah, 113 — 114, 175.

Hobart, Rev. Gershom, 114 — 115.

Hobart, Japheth, 115.

Hobart, Rev. Nehemiah, 115.

Hobart, Rev, Noah, 117—118.



180 INDEX.

Hobart, Rev. Nehemiah of Coliasset, 34 — 35, 116.

Hobart, Dr. Peter, 90, 132.

Hobarl tamilies. sketch of 1-58 — 157.

Hotel, 8.

Houchin, Jeremiah, 163.

House lots, drawn, 22.

Huet, cure of one, 48.

Hall, Joseph, 44, 175.



Ibbekhi, Frederick Henrv, 171 — 173.

Indian Deed, 159—162. "

Indians, SO ; orders against, 81, 84 ; incursions of, 83, 84.

Instructions to representatives, 81 — 82, 98 — 99, 106, 107.

Insurance Company, 10 — 11.

Islands, 7.



Jacob, John deacon, 35.

Jacob, John slain by the Indians, 83.

Jefferson Debating Society, 12.

Joslin, Thomas, 49.

Joy, Thomas miller, 52 — 54.



Kimball, Rev. Daniel, 19.



Large, William, 43.

Leavitt, John his decendants, 44 ; see also Appendix, 175.

Leavitt, Jacob, 44.

Leavitt, Joshua, 44.

Leavitt, Dr. Martin, 130.

Lewis, Elijah, 90.

Lewis, Rev. Daniel, 116.

Lewis, Rev. Isaiah, 117.

Lewis, Joseph, 119.

Levvi=, Thomas, 119.

Lewis, James, 120.

Libraries, 12—13.

Lincoln, Jeremiah, 90.

Lincoln, Hon. Levi, 90, 126—130.

Lincoln, Hon. Benjamin, 93.

Lincoln, Gen. Benjamin, 104, 105, 112, 140—146.

Lincoln, Enoch, 105, 106, 107, 148—149.

Lincoln, Isaac, 117.



INDEX. 181

Lincoln, Dr. Bela, 123—124.

Lincoln, Benjamin, 132.

Lincoln, Theodore, 133.

Lincoln, Rev. Henry, 133.

Lincoln, Abner, 19, 133 — 134.

Lincoln, Dr. Levi, 134,

Lincoln, Rev. Perez, 134.

Lincoln, Rev. Calvin, Jr. 136.

Lincoln, Solomon, Jr. 136.

Lincoln families, sketch of, 147 — 152.

Lincoln, Amos, 149.

Lincoln, Abraham, 149.

Lincoln, Mordecai, 149.

Lincoln, Thomas, weaver, 148.

Lincoln, Samuel, 148.

Lincoln, Thomas, cooper, 150.

Lincoln, Thomas, miller, 150.

Lincoln, Thomas, husbandman, 150,

Lincoln, Stephen, 151.

Lincoln, James Otis, 34, 150.

Lincolns, Longevity of, 152.

Lodge, Old Colony, 11, 12.

Loring, Thomas, 130.

Loring, Abner, 135.

Loring, Jerome, 135.

Loud, Jacob H. 136.

Ludkin, George, 43.

Ludkin, William, 45.

M.

Mackerel Fishery, 8, 9.

Marriages, in Gay's tninistry, 30 ; in Ware's, 30.

Marsh, Thomas, 120.

Martin's Well, 43.

Meeting house new, 25 ; dispute respecting it, 85 — 87 ; at Glad

Tidmgs Plain, 36.
Merrill Samuel, 19.
Methodists, 40.

Military difficulties, 55 — 79 ; 87 — 89,
Militia, 10, 89.
Mill, at the Cove, 52—54.
Mutual Aid, Society of, 11.

N.



Nantaskct lands, controversy about, 53.

Newspaper, 12.

New England's Jonas, 74.

17



132 IXBEX.

Norton, Rev. John, 24—25.
Norton, Andrews, 19, 134.
Norton, Elizabeth C. 19.
Nye, Cornelius, 117.

O.

Old Man's Calendar, 28—29.

Ordinary kept, 82.

Otis, John, 43 ; see also Appendix, 175.



Payne, Stephen, 46.

Peck, Mr. Robert, 23.

Peck, Mr. Joseph, 45.

Peqnod War, men furnished, 51.

Pine Tree Tavern, 43.

Pitts, Edmund, 45.

Poor, 13—14.

Pratt, Benjamin, 120—122.

Prince, Mr. Thomas, 25 — 26.

Proprietors' grant of lands to the town, 112

R.

Record to\\'n, lost, 40.

Removal of inhabitants, 49.

Representatives, list of, 162 — 169.

Revolutionary proceedings, 91 — 112.

Rice, Caleb, 134.

Richardson, Rev. Joseph, 31, 137, 168.

Ripley, William, his descendants, 46.



Salamander, a book entitled, 74.

Salary of ministers, 24, 25, 89.

Schoolmasters, 20 — 21.

Schools, 20—21.

Ship Yard, 8.

Shute, Rev. Daniel, 37, 108, 112.

Shute, Dr. Daniel, 132.

Shute, Dr. Daniel, Jr. 135, 137.

Smith, Henry, deacon, 23. 46.

Smith, Francis, 43.

Smith, Increase, S. 19.

Sprague, William, his descendants, 45.

Sprague, Knight, 90—91.

Stodder, Daniel, 158.

Stowers, Seth, 90.

Stroncr, John, 43.



INDEX, 183

Sutton, John, 46.



Thaxter, Capt. Duncan, M. B. 10, 48.

Thaxter, Dr. Thomas, 32, 48.

Thaxter, Thomas, his descendants, 47 — 48.

Thaxtor, Col. Samuel, 47.

Thaxter, Maj. Samuel, 48, 90, 123,

Thaxter, Dea. Joseph, 108.

Thaxter, Rev. Joseph, 108, 124 — 125.

Thaxter, Samuel, 116.

Thaxter, Samuel, another, 123.

Thaxter, Col. John, 123.

Thaxter, John, 130—132.

Thaxter, John, another, 135.

Thaxter, Dr. Robert, 134.

Tower, John, 49, 69.

Town Clerks, 169.

Town Meeting, when first held, 50. -

Town orders, ^50, 51, 52, 80, 81.



Universalist Society, 40.



U.



V.



Valuation of Hingham in 1749, 89—90.

Vassal, William, 74 — 75.

Vessels, permission to build, 8.

Voters, number of, 10.

Votes for Electors of President and Vice President, 112.

Votes for member of Congress, 112.

Votes for Governour, 170 — 171.

W.

Walton's Cove, 43.
W^alton, William, 43, 175.
Ware, Rev. Henry, 30.

Ware, Rev. Henry, Jr. 135. \

Ware, Dr. John, 135.
Ware, Rev. William, 136.
Waterman, Susan, 19.
Wear River, 7.
Wey^ioufh Back River, 7.
Whitney, Rev. N. B. 37, 137.
Whiton, James, 49.
Wilder, James, H. 136,
Wilder families, sketch of, 15.3 — 155.
oodward, Ralph, deacon, 23, 45.



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