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Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908,
Union Square
and its neighborhood about the year 1846. (search)
as owned by Primus Hall, a colored man; it still stands. It has its corner cut off, which was done when that part of Somerville avenue was laid out about the year 1813, and again when the avenue was widened in 1874; previously it was reached by a court from Bow street. Further west, and back from the avenue in the field, was the home, surrounded with orchards and gardens, of Colonel Guy C. Hawkins. Mr. Hawkins' widow afterwards became Mrs. Mann. Her children were Mrs. Alice E. Lake, N. Carleton Hawkins, and Eben C. Mann, Jr. West of and adjoining the Hawkins estate was the old cemetery, opened about 1804. In its easterly front corner stood the Milk Row primary school, burned in 1859; it was the first school the writer attended in Somerville, and was taught by Miss Adeline E. Sanborn, of whom mention has already been made. Between the cemetery and the bleachery the only other house was that of Samuel T. Frost, Esq., father of Mrs. Francis H. Raymond and of George Frost, both l
Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908,
Union Square
before the War.—(Il) (search)
n. Its first meeting was held December 3, 1852, 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, Isaiah W. Tuttle, E. A. Norris, editor of the Olive Branch, Charles Williams, Jr., Robert A. Vinal, John W. Vinal, N. Carleton Hawkins, Charles S. Lincoln, Emery H. Munroe, Phineas W. Blodgett, John Runey, Francis Tufts, William and Edwin 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 myself. Quite a library was gathered, which, however, w
a, 10. Hall, Primus, 15. Hall, Samuel, 30. Hamblen,———, 14. Hamilton, President, 73. Hamilton, Va., 20. Hancock's Corp, 58, 63. Hannaford, Edward Francis, 13. Hannaford, Frederick W., 13. Hanover, 61. Harbard, Henry, 31. Harbour, or Harbard, Henry, 31. Harlow, George R., 58. Harper's Ferry, 19. Harris. T. P., 67. Harvard College. 37. Hawes, Frank M., 73, 74, 76. Hawkins, Christopher, 14, 33, 53. Hawkins, Guy C., 14, 15, 33, 53, 55. Hawkins, Nathaniel, 53. Hawkins, N. Carleton, 15, 41. Haven, George D., 9. Hayes, John S., 74, 75, 76. Haymarket, Va., 43. Hazeltine, Amos, 14. Hicks,——--. 73. Highfield, The, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 49, 52. Highfield-mead, The. 25, 26. Highland Avenue. 32. Hill Building, 36. Hill, Charles, 9. Hill, Harriet. 9. Hill, Ivers, 11. Hill, James, 55. Hill, James F., 9. Hill, James, Jr., 9. Hill, Richard, 9. Hills' Rebel Corps, 60. Historical Festival, 77. Historic Leaves, 77. Historic Sites, Committe