Statistics for occurrence #1 of “William Parker” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:
...ly received payment for what he claimed.
George E. Willis, tin ware manufacturer, put up a building on these premises, using one-half of the lower floor for his business and living over his shop.
William Parker , carriage trimmer, occupied the other half.
Later Henry Forbes succeeded Mr. Willis, the latter going to the New England Gas Works at East Cambridge.
The next building was the old Admiral Verno...
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