Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Horace E. Willis” in chapter 6 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:
...ch is now known as Stearns avenue. Captain John King lived in the house at that time.
Three of his four sons were sea captains, and two of them were lost at sea.
The brick house now occupied by Mr. Horace E. Willis was built by Captain Nathan Adams about 812.
Charles Wait, brickmaker, Peter Adams, farmer, Judge Capen and others have been tenants.
Captain Nathan Adams owned a large milk farm on both sides ...
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