The church was erected under the supervision of John T. Tarbell, Francis A. Gray, Dudley C. Hall, Shepherd Brooks and the rector as a building committee.
The parish took possession of the ituated on the northerly side of High Street, a short distance from the church, was built by Dudley C. Hall, Esq., and by him presented to the parish for the use of the rector.
The church building F#,3,296 lbs.—Children's bell.
E,4,371 lbs.—Mrs. Gorham Brooks and family.
D,5,425 lbs.—Mrs. Dudley C. Hall.
G,6,637 lbs.—Grace Church, Medford.
B,7,725 lbs.—Dudley C. Hall.
A,8,988 lbs.—Grace CDudley C. Hall.
A,8,988 lbs.—Grace Church, Medford.
G,Tenor,1,383 lbs.—Town of Medford.
In addition to the date of casting, each bell has an inscription of an appropriate quotation from the scriptures.
The contracting the entire space.
The brass cross and vases on the altar and re-table from Mrs. Dudley C. Hall.
The cross is inscribed: A Thanksgiving Offering.
The silver of the comm
ey's tailor shop was in the northeast corner.
Jonas Coburn's dry goods store occupied a large room having two entrances on Main street. Oliver Blake's dry goods store and Mr. Randall's book store were in the south end of the building.
The Town Hall was the scene of school examinations, which were great events to the children.
Across the square on High street the Seccomb house
City Hall Annex. was occupied by Joseph Wyman, stage driver and proprietor of a livery stable.
Dr. C. V. Bemis bent, and the first floor was approached by a long flight of steps.
The back part of the house was very old and had its entrance on an alley.
The outline of it can be seen on the north wall of the present building.
The dwelling was occupied by Mr. Hall and his three sisters.
Mr. John Howe, grocer, occupied the store on the ground floor.
Later Mr. Samuel Green, who married one of the Misses Hall, occupied it for a clothing and dry goods store.
He was the father of Samuel S. Green, the veter