Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Hervey” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...speople and became honored wives and mothers. Finally he was able to retain only his oldest patrons, who cared little for advanced methods, and styles in tailoring, and his trade was transferred to Mr. Hervey and others. . . . There was a tinge of romance about his marriage. A foster-sister of Mrs. Lydia Maria Child, who lived in the house corner of Ashland and Salem streets, applied to him to be ta...
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