Statistics for occurrence #1 of “G. V. Maxham” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 11.:
...of the Old South, in Boston, where he remained until his death.
The Rev. E. P. Marvin, of the Second Congregational Church, was another of local reputation.
The pastor of the Universalist Church, G. V. Maxham , was a man of fine presence, a gentleman, and beloved of his congregation.
He had the poetic instinct, and was the author of some fine poems, which found place in the magazines.
But of all the cl...
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