Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Jas. Hyde” in chapter 4, section c.4.32, page 67 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:

...e side were also laid in ashes. On the opposite side of Main street the fire commenced at the bridge with the dwelling of Nathan W. Wait, and swept down Daniel Lawrence's store and dwelling house Jas. Hyde 's dwelling and store, Elias Tufts' wheelwright shop and dwelling, George E. Willis' tinware shop and dwelling, Mitchell's barber shop and dwelling, Benj. Parker's dwelling and stable, Moses Merrill a...
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