Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Messrs. Job Clapp” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
... a church edifice in Medford.
He was successful, and a lot of land at the corner of Salem and Oakland streets was bought for $600.
The church, in 1845, had forty-two members.
In August, 1845, Messrs. Job Clapp , Ira Barker, William B. Stone and Noah Hathaway were chosen building committee.
On December 19, 1845, the church, erected by William B. Stone, was dedicated to the service of God.
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