History of the town of Oxford, Massachusetts, with genealogies and notes on persons and estates . e] . . but being taxed so high was set to Oxford so far as relates to the sup- for the hulbliiig the [Oxford] meeting-house and port of the ministry. It was soon after iucor- finishing it in the best manner, equal to, if not porated as a part of Sutton, tien. Court Rec. better than any in the country(y): paying for XIV., 84. schools from which they derived no benelit—and -Forseveral years previous to this actloti much large herds of cattle brought among [them] dissatisfaction existed among the peo

History of the town of Oxford, Massachusetts, with genealogies and notes on persons and estates . e] . . but being taxed so high was set to Oxford so far as relates to the sup- for the hulbliiig the [Oxford] meeting-house and port of the ministry. It was soon after iucor- finishing it in the best manner, equal to, if not porated as a part of Sutton, tien. Court Rec. better than any in the country(y): paying for XIV., 84. schools from which they derived no benelit—and -Forseveral years previous to this actloti much large herds of cattle brought among [them] dissatisfaction existed among the peo Stock Photo
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History of the town of Oxford, Massachusetts, with genealogies and notes on persons and estates . e] . . but being taxed so high was set to Oxford so far as relates to the sup- for the hulbliiig the [Oxford] meeting-house and port of the ministry. It was soon after iucor- finishing it in the best manner, equal to, if not porated as a part of Sutton, tien. Court Rec. better than any in the country(y): paying for XIV., 84. schools from which they derived no benelit—and -Forseveral years previous to this actloti much large herds of cattle brought among [them] dissatisfaction existed among the people of the breaking Into [their] Improved lands . . and westerly part of the town because of their want living ten miles from the town jiound it was of iJrivUeges. Oxford In the Important matter almost Imixisslble to drive cattle there. . of locating the new meeting-house had.ippareut All these things consliiered [they] feared [they ly no regard to their interests, and considering sliouM] he uudoniwithout the help of the court.the circumstances it seeius that no valid objection WARD. POND

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