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Browsing named entities in Benjamin Cutter, William R. Cutter, History of the town of Arlington, Massachusetts, ormerly the second precinct in Cambridge, or District of Menotomy, afterward the town of West Cambridge. 1635-1879 with a genealogical register of the inhabitants of the precinct.. You can also browse the collection for 1859 AD or search for 1859 AD in all documents.

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848; George Stearns, 1850; Jacob Hutchinson, 1850; Abner Gardner, 1850, 1854; Thomas J. Russell, 1851; John Peabody, 1851, 1859; Samuel Butterfield, 1852; Walter Fletcher, 1853, 1865; James M. Chase, 1853; Henry Mott, 1853; Warren Rawson, 1855; Moses, 1857; George B. Richardson, 1857; William T. Wood, 1858; George Henry Hill, 1858; John S. Crosby, 1858; John D. Freeman, 1859, 1860; Ralph W. Shattuck, 1859; Josiah Crosby, 1860. The town voted not to choose the prudential school committee in 18611859; Josiah Crosby, 1860. The town voted not to choose the prudential school committee in 1861. 1829 A set of Hayscales was procured for the use of the town, and erected on the south side of the common, near the wall of the Burying Ground. 1830 The town possessed two fire engines, located near the centre. 1831 The town opl near the town house was bricked up and a pump placed therein in 1853. The lockup in basement of town-house was built in 1859. A pair of ox-horns were given by Stephen P. Blake to the town, and placed over the principal door to the town hall in 18
56. Moses Proctor, 1857 (Sixth Middlesex District—with town of Winchester). Joseph Burrage, 1859. Samuel Butterfield, 1863. Joseph S. Potter, 1865-67. Selectmen. Jonathan Whittemore,jamin Hill, 1830-38. Abbot Allen, 1839-46. Thomas J. Russell, 1847. Josiah H. Russell, 1848-59. Abel R. Proctor, 1860-67. General School Committee-men, since 1827. See History of town for John P. Wyman, 1850, 1856. Dr. Howland Holmes, 1850. Rev. George Hill, 1850, 1851-56, 1868, 1859. Stephen Symmes, Jr., 1851, 1854, 1859-1861. Joseph O. Wellington, 1851, 1852, 1857. Addison1859-1861. Joseph O. Wellington, 1851, 1852, 1857. Addison Hill, 1851, 1853-55. Joseph Burrage, 1852, 1853. James E. Bailey, 1852. Rev. Joseph Banvard, 1853. Dr. Joseph Underwood, 1854, 1855, 1857. Dr. J. L. Alexander, 1865. Rev. Samuel B. Swaim, 1Esq., 1856-67. Dr. Richard L. Hodgdon, 1856, 1857. Warren S. Frost, 1866. Josiah Crosby, 1857, 1859-67. Edwin Locke, 1858. John Adams, 1858. John D. Freeman, 1858-63 (resigned). Rev. Da
sions, in 1872. 1878, July 15. William J. Parrot chosen minister. Installed Oct. 17, 1878. A Congregational Unitarian Society was established at Belmont, before that neighborhood was set off as a town, of which Amos Smith was minister, 1858-59. Baptist Society.—Meetings of persons friendly to sentiments of this denomination were held in this place as early as the year 1773. For this sketch we are indebted to a History of the Baptist Church in Arlington, mainly written by Dr. Swaim been:— Francis Horton, installed May 17, 1843; dismissed March 29, 1854. Daniel R. Cady, installed Feb. 14, 1856; dismissed July 1, 1877. J. Lewis Merrill, present minister, installed Jan. 3, 1878. The deacons of the church previous to 1859, were— Luke Wyman and Miles Gardner, elected 1842. John Field John Field went to Boston from Peterborough, N. H., in 1831, and engaged in the hide and leather business under the firm of Field & Converse, in which he was eminently success<
the father was Pct. assessor, 1803, 1804. 6. Philip B., s. of Ichabod (5), m. Rebecca C. Tufts, 31 Aug. 1820. Philip Winslow and James Henry, children of Philip B., d. 13 May, 1842, the former aged 4 yrs. 10 mos., the latter aged 1 yr. 8 mos. Other chil. have resided here. Philip B. the father leased the mill formerly belonging to Ephraim Cutter (par. 24), 1 Apr. 1843; this lease was continued by P. B. Fessenden & Co., 1850; Fessenden, Whittemore, & Co., 1853; Russell, Fessenden & Co., 1859-1860. 7. Mr. William (H. U. 1768), m. Mrs. Sarah Read, 22 Jan. 1771. She was perhaps the Sarah Fessenden, buried 28 Jan. 1775. He was ordained at Fryeburg, Me., 11 Oct. 1775, and was father of Gen. Samuel Fessenden of Portland, Me., and grandfather of the distinguished Hon. William Pitt Fessenden of the same place. See Book of the Lockes; N. E. Hist. Gen. Register, for Apr. 1871; and Paige. The Mr. William Fessenden, whom the Rev. Samuel Cooke of Menotomy mentioned in his diary, as havi