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Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908,
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2, at which James S. Tuttle was temporary chairman, and Thomas Gooding secretary. Upon the permanent organization, Quincy A. Vinal was elected president, and J. Manly Clark and Thomas Gooding vice-presidents, and Charles F. Stevens secretary. It had about fifty members, among whom, besides those named, were William L. Burt, Isan Mills, Clark Bennett. R. W. Keyes, Edwin C. Bennett, Charles H. Hudson, J. Q. Twonibly, and many others, including the writer. The later presidents were J. Manly Clark, Robert A. Vinal, I. W. Tuttle, and R. W. Keyes; and secretaries, Charles Williams, Jr., Edward E. Vinal, George E. Bennett, I. B. Giles, Edwin Mills, and mysrch 28, 1853, by Colonel J. D. Greene, of Cambridge. May 9, 1853; by Charles H. Hudson, Esq., and poem by Charles S. Lincoln, Esq. October 30, 1854, by J. Manly Clark, Esq. March 26, 1855, by Hon. N. P. Banks, Jr. November 19, 1855, by Charles S. Lincoln, Esq.; subject: True Merit. December 17, 1855, by Charles H.
lle (Sandwich), Mass., 2. Centerville, 23. Central Hill, 32, 81. Central Street, 12, 16, 32. Chain Bridge, 19. Chancellorsville, Battlefield of, 44. Charles City Court House, 65. Charlestown, Genealogies and Estates of, 51. Charlestown, Mass., 2, 14, 25, 26, 29, 36, 54, 79. Charlestown Neck. 12. Charlestown Pigs. 36. Charles River, 33, 37, 80. Chickahominy River, 64, 65. Chittenden, Rebecca, 59. Chittenden, Stephen, 50. Clark, Ambrose, 9. Clark, Arthur. 9. Clark, J. Manly, 9, 40. 41, 42. Clark, Joseph. 9, 10, 14, 55. Clark, Joseph H., 10. Clark, Mary A., 9. Clark, Samuel Adams. 9. Clark, T. Cordis, 19. Claudius, 80. Cleur, John C., Esq., 42. City Hall, 81. Civil War, 5, 35, 82, 83. Company A, of Peabody. 46, 67. Company B, Roxbury, 46, 64. Company C. Medford. 22, 46. Company C, of Scituate and Boston, 46. Company D. of Quincy, 46. Company E, 46, 47, 58, 60, 63. 66, 67. Company E, Thirty-ninth Massachusetts Infantry, in the Civi