Statistics for occurrence #1 of “J. M. Usher” in chapter 14 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.:

...nd a suggestion that the canal's property there might be disposed of to the proprietors of Brooklands. In the closing of the canal's affairs this strip with a portion beyond the river, was sold to J. M. Usher Of those park names Gorham was a family name (of Brooks), while Lake was appropriate, as a miniature lake or pond was shown therein. Conditions favored the same, as the writer has seen the springy...
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