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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 16: ecclesiastical History. (search)
nd of Episcopacy generally. afterwards Bishop of New York. The church was thoroughly repaired in 1825, and was again opened for service July 30th, 1826, when the Rev. George Otis, M. A., then tutor iel P. P. Fay. 1816-1819, Abraham Biglow,William D. Peck. 1820, Abraham Biglow,J. F. Dana. 1821-1825, Abraham Biglow,Jonathan Hearsey. 1826-1828, Abraham Biglow,Samuel P. P. Fay. 1829-1832, Josephinstalled Jan. 15, 1865, resigned Oct. 1, 1865, and was succeeded by Rev. George W. Briggs, B. U. 1825, D. D. 1855, who was installed April 3, 1867. The four successors of Mr. Gannett are still actid to the society, on which a substantial brick church was erected, and dedicated in the autumn of 1825. 2 That house, on the southwesterly corner of Cambridge and Third streets, stood about forty-fivpreachers in charge of this church were appointed as follows:— 1823,Rev. Leonard Frost. 1824, 1825,Rev. D. Young. Died 12 March, 1826. 1826,Rev. Ebenezer Blake. 1827, 1828Rev. Enoch Mudge. Die
chool for the whole town, at the cost of $5,791.05. 9. Bridge, on the westerly side of Pioneer Street, between Main Street and Broadway, erected in 1836, at the cost of $1,055, besides the land. 10. Otis, on Otis Street, erected in 1843, at the cost of $5,406.78, described as quite a magnificent structure. 11. Thorndike, on Thorndike Street, erected in 1832, and enlarged in 1840, at the total cost of $2,585.31. 12. Putnam, on the southwesterly corner of Otis and Fourth streets, erected in 1825 at the cost of $550 to the town, besides about $800 contributed by individuals. 13. Third Street, on the easterly side of Third Street, between Gore and Bridge streets, erected in 1818, at the cost to the town of $400. During the thirty years since the date of this Report, several of the school-houses then standing have disappeared; but other spacious edifices have been erected, so that, instead of the thirteen houses described in 1845 as having cost $32,646.67, besides individual subscripti
Constitution. Aaron Hill, 1810, 1811, 1824, 1825. Samuel P. P. Fay, 1818, 1819. Timothy Full19. Richard H. Dana, 1819. Levi Farwell, 1823-1825, 1833-1835, 1844. Newell Bent, 1824-1826. ng Jarvis, 1824. Timothy Fuller, Speaker, 1825. 1825, 1827, 1828, 1831. Ephraim Buttrick, 11825, 1827, 1828, 1831. Ephraim Buttrick, 1825, 1827, 1828. Isaac Train, 1826. William J. Whipple, 1826, 1828-1834, 1836-1838. William P1825, 1827, 1828. Isaac Train, 1826. William J. Whipple, 1826, 1828-1834, 1836-1838. William Parmenter, 1829. Francis Dana, 1829. John Trowbridge, 1829, 1834. Ralph Smith, 1829, 1835, 1essenger, 1819-1821. Isaac Train, 1820-1822, 1825-1827. Thomas Warland, 1822, 1823. Lusher Gay, 1822. Samuel F. Sawyer, 1823-1825. Deming Jarvis, 1823, 1824. Lincoln Brigham, 1823. John Whitney, 1824, 1825. Isaiah Bangs, 1824-1826. Jabez Fisher, 1825, 1826, 1840. William 1825, 1826, 1840. William Brown, 1826-1828. William Fiske, 1827. Ephraim Buttrick, 1827-1831, 1842, 1843. Josiah Maso3, 1815. Benjamin Bigelow, 1810, 1811, 1814, 1825, 1826, 1831-1835. Royal Makepeace, 1814.
nd had Isaac, b.——, d. young; Augustus Hery, b. 19 Sept. 1805, H. C. 1825, a lawyer in Boston, d. 22 Mar. 1864; Isaac Lamson, b. 18 Mar. 1810; 1858. 9. Aaron, s. of Ebenezer (7), rem. to Beverly, where he d. 1825, a. about 74; his son Ebenezer, b. at Bev. 18 Oct. 1790, has for man, and from 1801 to 1808, and Member of the Council 1810, 1811, 1824, 1825. He was appointed Post-master for Boston in 1808, and held that off a physician in Brighton, M. D. at H. C. 1812, rem. to Eaton, N. Y., 1825, and afterwards to Texas, where his son Francis is a prominent citizf her age, m. John Hicks 26 Ap. 1748, and died Dec. (buried the 22d) 1825, a. 99; Hannah. 5. Samuel, s. of Jonathan (3), was a brickmaker, b. 14 Jan. 1821, d. 23 July 1876; Persis Haynes, b. 26 Ap. 1824, d. 1825. Daniel the f. was a tanner, and res. at the N. W. corner of Harvarwas Superintendent of the Burial Ground in Ward Two many years after 1825, and d. 25 Sept. 1861, a. 80; his w. Sarah was buried 3 Feb. 1843.
fice he resigned 23 Ap. 1828, and d. 14 Nov. 1855; his w. Lucy d. 9 Mar. 1855, a. 88. 5. Isaac, brother of Thaddeus (4), b. 4 Dec. 1778, m. Sukey Hobbs of Weston 7 Nov. 1802; and had Isaac, b.——, d. young; Augustus Hery, b. 19 Sept. 1805, H. C. 1825, a lawyer in Boston, d. 22 Mar. 1864; Isaac Lamson, b. 18 Mar. 1810; George, b. 19 Nov. 1813; Susan Ann, b. 22 Oct. 1815; Andrew, b. 8 May 1817; Edward, b. 17 Dec. 1819. Isaac the f. grad. II. C. 1798, was a lawyer in Weston, Register of Probattle at Hubbardton, Vt., 7 July 1777. By his w. Judith Wood, m. 1766, he had four daughters and one son, Ebenezer Francis, of Boston, Treasurer of Harvard College, who d. 20 Sept. 1858. 9. Aaron, s. of Ebenezer (7), rem. to Beverly, where he d. 1825, a. about 74; his son Ebenezer, b. at Bev. 18 Oct. 1790, has for many years resided here, and is father of Rev. Eben Francis. 10. John, s. of Ebenezer (7), rem. to Beverly, was adjutant in the regiment of his brother, Col. Francis, at the Hubba
ith Dr. Joshua Brackett of Portsmouth, N. H.; went to sea as surgeon, and was twice taken prisoner. He afterwards became a merchant in Portsmouth, but being unsuccessful in trade, he returned to Camb. about 1792. He inherited the homestead, which he bequeathed to his children. He was Selectman twelve years, from 1795 to 1807, Town Clerk eight years, 1798 to 1805, Representative four or five years, up to 1800, Senator 1797, and from 1801 to 1808, and Member of the Council 1810, 1811, 1824, 1825. He was appointed Post-master for Boston in 1808, and held that office about twenty years, after which he once more returned to his birth place, and here spent the evening of his days. He. m. Hannah, dau. of Samuel Quincy, the refugee Solicitor-general of the Province, and had, at Portsmouth, Sophia; Harriet, m. Willard Phillips, Esq., 3 Sept. 1838, d. 16 Jan. 1856 Thomas Quincy, a merchant, d. at sea, when on a voyage for his health, 1813, leaving an only dau., Mary Timmins Quincy; William
r of North Avenue and Holmes Place. He d. 2 Jan. 1794, a. 39; his w. Sarah m. Israel Porter 10 Mar. 1796. 12. Francis, s. of Francis (9), was pub. to Susanna Richardson of Lancaster 14 July 1768. The children of this marriage, if any, are not recorded here; Lydia, who d. 24 Oct. 1790, a. 13, was perhaps his daughter. By his second w. Phebe, he had Sally Preston, b. 14 Feb. 1780, d. 12 Aug. 1782; Francis, b. 30 Mar. 1782, a physician in Brighton, M. D. at H. C. 1812, rem. to Eaton, N. Y., 1825, and afterwards to Texas, where his son Francis is a prominent citizen; Sally, b. 17 Ap. 1783, prob. d. young; Phebe Preston, b. 16 Aug. 1784, m. Joseph Adams of Chs. 15 Jan. 1801; William, b. 24 Jan. 1787; Sally Preston, bap. 11 Ap. 1795; and perhaps others. Francis the f. was a baker; he was also a Revolutionary soldier; he d. at Lynn Aug. 1833, a. 92; his w. Phebe d. at Lynn, May 1838, a. 84. 13. Artenatus, s. of Josiah (10), m. Susanna, dau. of William Watson, 7 Feb. 1802; she d. May
od he owned and occupied the square inclosed by Dunster, Winthrop, Holyoke, and South streets, except the southeast corner. He d. 1735; his w. Elizabeth and seven children survived. 4. Jonathan, S. of Jonathan (3), settled in Wrentham, where he d. before 1735. His children were Jonathan; Elizabeth, b. 1726, was placed under the guardianship of John Gay of Camb. 30 Nov. 1737, being then described as in the twelfth year of her age, m. John Hicks 26 Ap. 1748, and died Dec. (buried the 22d) 1825, a. 99; Hannah. 5. Samuel, s. of Jonathan (3), was a brickmaker, resided a few years in Medf., where two of his children were born, afterwards in Camb., and removed to Wat. as early as 1746. His children were Samuel, b. 16 Oct. 1729; Elizabeth, b. 7 June 1731; Jonathan, bap. here 15 June 1735; Joseph, bap. 14 Aug. 1737,d. young; Joseph, bap. 6 May 1739. 6. James, s. of Jonathan (3), by w. Mercy, had Ebenezer, b. 15 May 1728; Mary, bap. 15 May 1730; James, b. about 1734, d. 1758, and hi
1815, m. William Hovey, Jr., 31 July 1834; Catherine Whitney, b. 7 May 1817, m. Anson J. Stone (pub. 5 Nov. 1839), d. 31 July 1845; Levi Farwell, b. 8 Feb. 1819; Daniel Gregory, b. 14 Jan. 1821, d. 23 July 1876; Persis Haynes, b. 26 Ap. 1824, d. 1825. Daniel the f. was a tanner, and res. at the N. W. corner of Harvard and Prospect streets. He relinquished that business about 1837, and sold the southerly part of his estate to Rev. Joseph W. Parker. He was Superintendent of the Burial Ground in Ward Two many years after 1825, and d. 25 Sept. 1861, a. 80; his w. Sarah was buried 3 Feb. 1843. 16. William F., a descendant of Gregory (2), through Elder John (3), b. in Framingham, m. Harriet Brigham of Westborough (a descendant from Thomas Brigham of Camb. 1638) (pub. 22 Sept. 1826), and had William Lowell, b. 24 June 1829, grad. H. C. 1850, d. 1857; Mary Warren, b. 30 Ap. 1833; Harriet Brigham, b. 11 Aug. 1835; Olynthus Brigham, b. 3 Ap. 1838. William F. the f. was bred a physicia