now represented here in Somerville by Miss Adeline L. Sanborn, recently a teacher in our city schools, and by J. Walter Sanborn, Esq., one of our school committee.
East of Mr. Sanborn's was the widow Peter Bonner estate, and east of that the home of William Bonner, which was moved back up the hill to make way for the Prospect Hill grammar school, built in 1848.
The Peter Bonner property was later on divided between the heirs, viz., William Bonner, Mrs. Thomas Goodhue, and Mrs. Augustus Hitchings. William Bonner was at one time in the coal business on Park street, and was also station agent at the Fitchburg railroad Somerville station.
East of the Bonners' came the home estate of Joseph Clark, brick maker, who had yards south of the Fitchburg railroad; he was a man of business ability, and at one time a selectman.
Of his children, Mrs. Oren S. Knapp
Deceased, June 16, 1907, since the above was written. and Samuel Adams Clark are still living, but his remaining children, Ambro