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lestown—the present Arlington Cemetery lot—southeast on highway leading from Menotomy to Medford, northeast on a range-way, northwest on land of William Cutter, southwest on land of Joseph Adams the purchaser (Midd. Registry, XVII. 59). Joseph Adams, the purchaser, was a grandson of John Adams, Senior, above. The town of Charlestown granted John Adams four acres, 3 1/2 rods, in Menotomy Field, in 1658. He bought of Jonathan Bunker three acres in Menotomy Field, east Menotomy River, west Field, north Mystic River, 1677 (Wyman, p. 6). It is probable the senior John Adams resided in Concord or Chelmsford previous to his removal to Cambridge.—See Shattuck Hist. Concord, p. 361, and Midd. Registry Deeds, i. 192. In 1665 Capt. Cooke's mill-lane is named in a deed of John Brown, of Marlboroa, to Robert Wilson, conveying his dwellinghouse and barn with six acres of land, J. Adams east, Charles. town line north, Capt. Cooke's mill-lane west, William Bull south, Oct. 27, 1665.<
mounted), Commanding. The following programme was carried out in the Town Hall: Overture.—Maplewood Band, twenty pieces. Prayer.—Rev. William F. Potter. Choral.—To thee, O Country, sixteen male voices. 1st Tenor.—William H. Poole, Edward H. Cutter, B. Delmont Locke, Stephen B. Wood. 2d Tenor.—Warren W. Rawson, William E. Wood, Augustus B. Osborn, George H. Rugg. 1st Bas.—William Proctor, Charles C. Cox, E. S. Fessenden, F. H. Fessenden. 2d Bass.—Herbert H. Ceiley, George A. Field, G. Allen, Thomas H. Russell. Remarks.—C. S. Parker, Chairman Committee of Arrangements. Chorus.—Comrades in Arms, sixteen male voices. Oration.—Rev. J. Lewis Merrill. Selection.—Maplewood Band. Benediction.—Rev. W. J. Parrot. After the exercises in the Town Hall, the procession passed through several of the principal streets, and thence to the cemeteries, where each grave of a soldier of the war was generously decorated with flowers, in accordance w
emis. 33. The ministers of this Society have been:— Francis Horton, installed May 17, 1843; dismissed March 29, 1854. Daniel R. Cady, installed Feb. 14, 1856; dismissed July 1, 1877. J. Lewis Merrill, present minister, installed Jan. 3, 1878. The deacons of the church previous to 1859, were— Luke Wyman and Miles Gardner, elected 1842. John Field John Field went to Boston from Peterborough, N. H., in 1831, and engaged in the hide and leather business under the firm of Field & Converse, in which he was eminently successful. He died July 31, 1876, aged 66. See portrait and sketch in History of Peterborough, N. H. He was remarkable for his systematic generosity to benevolent objects. He quietly gave his name and his influence to every good word and work. Rev. Daniel R. Cady, D. D., d. at Westboroa, May 17, 1879. He was born in Malta, Saratoga Co., N. Y., Oct. 8, 1813, and graduated at Williams College in 1838. After studying and practising law two years, h