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Bronze plate set in boulder in Old Burying Place on Arlington Street reads, "To the memory of John Eddy, 1597 -- 1684, freeman of Watertown in 1634, first Town Clerk in 1635, selectman in 1636, 1637, 1638, and 1670, member of the Militia and of the First Parish Church, born at Cranbrook, England, son of William Eddye, Vicar of St. Dunstan's Church. He married Amy, daughter of John Doggett of Groton, sailed with his family from London on the ship Handmaid, arriving in Plymouth in 1630. He came to Watertown in 1631 and resided here until his death. Erected by Eddy Family Association, Inc. 1930." Photo by William W. Carnes.
Carnes, William W.
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Carnes, William W., “John Eddy.,” Digital Commonwealth , accessed December 13, 2013, http://www.digitalcommonwealth.org/items/show/53549.