Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Nathan Barker” in chapter 4, section c.4.32, page 67 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:
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Next to the Gregg estate was Timothy Cotting's house, blacksmith shop and two stables, totally destroyed.
Mr. Nathan Barker occupied part of the dwelling.
Mr. George Lynne's house, blacksmith shop and stable came next and were also destroyed.
The Misses Tufts' dwelling and Richard Tufts' wheelwright shop on the same ...
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