He took up the study of law with William Brigham, and was admitted to the bar in Boston, June, 1854.
He practiced both in Medford and Boston, and after a while in Medford alone.
I am informed that he was a man of splendid character, and always honorable, well read in the law and thorough in the preparation and earnest in the presentation of his cases.
He was a quiet, thoughtful lawyer in the argument of his cases, and generally successful.
He married Lucretia A. Holland of Medford, August 8, 1860, and died November 25, 1861, aged thirty.
He lived a manly, useful life, and his simple nature, sound sense and abundant humor are still fresh in the memories of those who were his associates and who yet survive him.
Sanford B. Perry was born September 20, 1819, in Leicester, Vt., and came to Medford in 1845.
He lived and practiced in Medford but a short time, yet he attained considerable prominence in the town and state as a politician.
Mr. Perry had considerable practice, whic