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Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908,
Union Square
and its neighborhood about the year 1846. (search)
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, Ambrose, Manly, Arthur, and Miss Mary A. Clark, are deceased. East of Clark's came the two old Revolutionary houses on the north side of Washington street, whose occupants I have forgotten, but in one of which a British soldier was shot April 19, 1775. East of these houses came the residence of John Dugan, Esq., now occupied by his son, George D. haven. Still farther east across Medford street was the house of James Hill, Jr., a fine est
n 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 Civil War, 17-23, 43-47. Company F, of Taunton, 46. Company H, Dorchester, 46, 64. Company I, of Natick,