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Lorin Low Dame. 1838-1903. by Charles H. Morss. [Read before the Medford Historical Society, March 16, 1
e enjoyment of life—these qualities, which Lorin Low Dame possessed to a remarkable degree, caused all to love never wounded or left a sting behind.
Lorin Low Dame, the only child of Samuel and Mary Ann (Gilman) DameDame, was born in Newmarket, N. H., March 12, 1838.
He was a direct descendant in the ninth generation from John John Dame, one of the first and substantial settlers of Dover, N. H., the line being Samuel8, John7, Samuel6, Moses5 rvice for his country at the taking of Louisburg.
Mr. Dame could not resist his country's call in her deepest mustering out of the battery at Readville, Mass., Lieut. Dame was in command.
On June 30 they turned over thei n the fourth.
On the fourteenth of August, 1865, Lieut. Dame became once more a private citizen.
Again the iptions by a distinguished literary gentleman.
Mr. Dame had always been a careful observer of trees; he ma