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Hunt, Ebenezer, 1744 - 1820

Dr. Ebenezer Hunt (1744-1820) was the son of Deacon Ebenezer Hunt and Elizabeth King of Northampton, Massachusetts.  After his graduation from Harvard (1764), he studied medicine and opened a practice in his home town in 1768.  Amelia F. Miller and A. R. Riggs, eds., Romance, remedies, and Revolution: The Journal of Dr. Elihu Ashley of Deerfield, Massachusetts, 1773-1775 (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), 362.

Sawin, Ezekiel

Ezekiel Sawin was an inhabitant of Natick, Massachusetts.  In 1774, he and many other freeholders petitioned the Massachusetts General Court in response to the Issac Underwood petition regarding certain former families of West Needham then of Natick.   Petition of Samuel Wells and other Freeholders in the District of Natick to the Massachusetts General Court, 1774.03.05.00.

Fisher, Jeremiah

Jeremiah Fisher was an inhabitant of Natick, Massachusetts.  In 1774, he and many other freeholders petitioned the Massachusetts General Court in response to the Issac Underwood petition regarding certain former families of West Needham then of Natick.   Petition of Samuel Wells and other Freeholders in the District of Natick to the Massachusetts General Court, 1774.03.05.00.

Esty, Elijah

Elijah Esty was an inhabitant of Natick, Massachusetts.  In 1774, he and many other freeholders petitioned the Massachusetts General Court in response to the Issac Underwood petition regarding certain former families of West Needham then of Natick.   Petition of Samuel Wells and other Freeholders in the District of Natick to the Massachusetts General Court, 1774.03.05.00.

Bacon, Richard

Richard Bacon was an inhabitant of Natick, Massachusetts.  In 1774, he and many other freeholders petitioned the Massachusetts General Court in response to the Issac Underwood petition regarding certain former families of West Needham then of Natick.   Petition of Samuel Wells and other Freeholders in the District of Natick to the Massachusetts General Court, 1774.03.05.00.