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ndrew, later war governor of Massachusetts. He was admitted to the bar in 1844, and to practice in the United States courts in 1845, practicing most of the time in Boston until 1873, when he was appointed justice of tile police court of Somerville, holding his court in the present city hall until the erection of the court house on Bow street. He held the office of justice until his death. He was married in 1846 to Elizabeth Bowen Woodbury, of Beverly, who died in 1888, and second to Mary Ann Chase, of Lynn. Judge Story came to Somerville in 1853, and had resided here ever since, excepting from 1857 to 1861. In 1856 he represented Somerville in the legislature, and was for many years on its school board. He was a student of genealogy and history, a gentleman of literary tastes and abilities, his favorite study being Egyptology, his research into its history and mysteries extending over very many years. A widow and three sons survive him. One son, William E., is a professo
ville, IV.—25. Charities Commissioners, England, III.—9. Charleston, S. C., L—35. Charlestown, I.—31. Charlestown, Church of, III.—3, 13. Charlestown celebration June 17, 1786, II.—8. Charlestown, completion of bridge, II.—8. Charlestown, early settlers, homes of, III.—7. Charlestown, Land without the Neck, III.—7. Charlestown Line, III.—19, 20. Charlestown Neck, II.—9, 10; III.—18. Charlestown, Plan of, II.—23. Charlestown Enterprise, The, IV.—21. Chase, Mary Ann, II.—30. Chauncey Avenue, II.—19. Chauncey Avenue, old foot-bridge near, II.—19. Choate, Rufus, IV.—15. City Point, Va., I.—39; II.—38. City Square, Charlestown, III.—7. Clark University, II.—30. Clay, Henry, IV.—15. Cochran, Captain, I.—38. Cold Harbor, Va., I.—38, 39; IV.—28. College Hill, III.—14. Combination Park, II.—14. Concord, Mass., IV.—29. Congress, The, IV.—31. Continentals, The, Re