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re he reared his family. In 1883 he turned his attention to the real estate business, in which he continued until his death. In politics he was a Republican, and was elected to the Somerville common council in 1877, acting as president of that body in 1878. In 1863 he was married to Miss Mary A. Leathe, daughter of Edwin B. Leathe, a shoe manufacturer of Reading, who was a teacher before her marriage. Mrs. Pillsbury was connected by ties of blood with the Weston family of Reading and Brooks family of Medford. She possessed considerable literary ability, and contributed poems to the Youth's Companion, the Congregationalist, and other publications. She was the author of the book of poems, Old Mill and Other Poems. She died in Somerville in 1888. Of her four children, three survive. They are Edwin Brooks Pillsbury, publisher of the Grocers' Magazine, now residing in Medford; Dr. Ernest D. Pillsbury, a practicing physician at 8 Curtis street, West Somerville; and Miss May F. P
Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908,
Union Square
and its neighborhood about the year 1846. (search)
y the Randall heirs, and then occupied by a Mr. Willard, portrait painter; and further on, also on the south side of Munroe street, was the residence of Benjamin Sweetzer Munroe. His children were Mrs. Major Granville W. Daniels and George S. Munroe, Esq. Further north on the hill was a private school for Catholic boys, kept by G. W. Beck, and near by an old grist mill owned by Edwin Munroe, father of Benjamin S. and Edwin Munroe, Jr., already mentioned, and grandfather of the author, Elbridge S. Brooks, Esq., deceased, formerly vice-president of the Historical Society. From Union square along the southerly side of Somerville avenue to the East Cambridge line I do not recall any dwellings. At the northeast corner of the avenue and Prospect street was the house of Benjamin F. Ricker, mason, father of Captain Melvin B. Ricker, of our fire department; east of this was the house built by John C. Giles, already spoken of, later owned by Samuel Thompson, flour inspector, a colored man,
Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908, List of Officers Past and present (search)
List of Officers Past and present Presidents Mr. George A. Bruce, 1897-1898 Mr. Charles D. Eliot, 1898-1900 Mr. John F. Ayer, 1901-1904 Mr. Frank M. Hawes, 1905—— Vice-presidents Mr. Charles D. Elliot, 1897 Mr. John F. Ayer, 1898, 1905-1907 Mr. Elbridge S. Brooks, 1898-1901 Mr. Frederic W. Parker. 1898 Mr. John S. Emerson, 1899 Mr. Luther B. Pillsbury, 1901-1905 Mr. James F. Whitney, 1901, 1904-1906 Mr. Levi L. Hawes, 1902-1907 Mr. Seth Mason, 1902 Mr. Oliver Bacon, 1903 Mr. F. DeWitt Lapham, 1907 Recording secretaries Mr. George F. Loring, 1897-1898 Mr. Alfred Morton Cutler, 1899 Mrs. Florence E. Holmes, 1905-1907 Miss Florence E. Carr, 1900-1902 Mrs. Elizabeth F. Hammond, 1903-1904 Corresponding secretaries Mr. George E. Littlefield, 1897 Mrs. V. E. Ayer, 1898-1904 Miss Florence E. Carr, 1905 Mrs. Ella Ruth Hurd, 1906-1907 Treasurers Mr. Frederic W. Stone, 1897-1899 Mr. Oliver Bacon, 1900-1902 Mr. Seth Mason, 1903-1906 Mr. Willi
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