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gton (old Menotomy), April 22, 1787, and the son in the same town, then West Cambridge, April 1, 1814. About 1820 the father went to New York and William was sent to the grandparents, who then lived on High street, in West Medford, where is now the street that was named for this family. He and two sisters were baptized in the First Parish meeting-house, June 18, 1820. He lived here about eight years, then went to work in a printing office in Boston. He married at Billerica, Mass., Rebecca Bennett of that town, October 17, 1837. At that time he was living in West Cambridge, or was registered there. In 1830 he engaged in the West India trade, living in St. Thomas (one of the Danish islands recently acquired by the United States) until 1840, when he, with his wife, returned to their native land and resided in Boston. Mr. Warren was successful in business and retired therefrom early. Both he and his wife possessed ample means and traveled extensively. He was of a genial dispo
Editorial note. In 1883 a third edition of Mr. Warren's Life on the Nile in a Dahabeaeh was published. A copy of this, with illustrations, has just come into the Society's library by courtesy of his nephew, Henry W. Hart. In 1884 Mr. Warren published his autobiography (forty-five pages), with the genealogies of affiliated families (Bennett, Schouler, Russel, Wilkins and others), the former containing interesting side-lights on Medford history. On page 217, Brooks' History of Medford, is a view of his boyhood home when in Medford.