Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Portsmouth, N. H.” in chapter 7, section c.7.1, page 36 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 16.:

...s served continuously since. Mr. Norcross came to Medford from Lexington in June, 1859, and was employed in the dry-goods store of T. W. Savage. In 1860 a fire destroyed this store and he went to Portsmouth, N. H. , where he was employed for two years. He then became connected with the firm of Lewis, Coleman and Company, wholesale dry-goods merchants in Boston, and returned to Medford to live. He continued wi...
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