st the Doctors, The Cottage at Nazareth, Christ Blessing Little Children, Raising Jairus' Daughter, Raising the Widow's Son, The Youthful Timothy, and His Teachers, St. John With Children.
These windows were placed in memory of:
Cynthia M. Ames,1880.
John W. Firth,1887.
Edward S. Church,1869.
E. I. and W. I. Ingersoll,1880.
Sarah Jane Haskell,1879.
Margaret G. Hutchins,1876.
Frank K. Hall,1868.
Eugene B. Parsons,1883.
Robert C. Kummer,1899.
Charles E. Kummer,1899.
George F. Fuller,1886.
The altar furniture consists of a cross and vases of brass, altar desk and service book, credence table at right of altar.
The sanctuary, which is tiled, contains also a bishop's chair and chair for clergy, and is separated from the choir by a brass railing.
The choir is furnished with black walnut seats and chairs and desks for clergy.
A stone screen about three feet in height separates the c
irty years previous to his death no man took a more active part in town affairs than did Mr. Hayes.
In 1862 he was appointed Trial Justice for Middlesex County, and served in that capacity until 1873, when he resigned.
From 1864 to 1867 he was Assistant United States Assessor under Phineas J. Stone of Charlestown
He became a member of the School Board in 1870, and chairman of the Board of Water Commissioners after the introduction of water into the town.
He was a representative in 1872-74, and a member of Massachusetts Senate in 1878-79.
In 1892 he was a member of the commission which drafted a city charter, and a year later was appointed the first city solicitor, which office he held to the time of his death.
He was for a time captain of the Lawrence Rifles.
In 1869 he was elected a trustee of Medford Savings Bank, and later served this institution in many capacities, and at the time of his death was president.
He married (1) Abbie Dwight Stetson of Medford in 1867, who