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house in Washington street just beyond the abutment, and carried on a milk farm there. He has descendants still living in: town. Oliver lived in the old Lee house, and carried on his farm till his death in 1883. Leonard, who lived in Charlestown, was the father of James W. Tufts, who was at one time an apothecary in Somerville avenue, near the Bleachery. Mr. Tufts has since become well-known as a manufacturer of soda-water apparatus. Asa lived in Boston, and was the father of Mrs. Franklin Henderson and the late William Sumner Tufts. Joseph Tufts was the third son of Peter of Winter Hill, and was born in 1760. He married a daughter of James and Tabitha (Binford) Tufts, of Medford, and had eleven children. Joseph inherited the homestead of his father, and lived in it till his death in 1819. He was a representative to the General Court in 1814, and, a selectman for the years 1815-16-17. His eldest son was a graduate of Harvard College, and a lawyer of Charlestown within th
Somerville Directory (1851.) Abbreviations—b. stands for business in Boston, h. for house, n. for near, cor. for corner of, op. for opposite. The word street will be omitted as superfluous. [Concluded.] Hewes, James F., h. Medford Turnpike. Harmon, Ebenezer S., b. spring maker, h. Walnut. Henderson, Franklin, repairs railroad, h. Central. Hersey, David R., b. accountant, h. Church. Higgins, William, constable, h. Broadway. Hill, Ivers, provision dealer, h. Cambridge. Hill, James, Jr., F. H. market, h. corner Cambridge and Medford. Hills, William H., carpenter, h. Dane. Hitchins, Augustus, yeoman, h. Cambridge. Hinds, Lewis H., McLean Asylum. Hodgden, Phineas S., carpenter, Laurel. Hodgden, L., carpenter, h. Laurel. Holton, Leonard, b. truckman, h. Broadway. Holt, Chauncey, brickmaker, h. Broadway. Holt, Charles, b. auctioneer, h. Franklin. Holbrook, George, b. accountant, h. Broadway. Holt, John, b. silversmith, h. Prospect
nor John, II.—25. Hancock. Major-General, I.—37. Hancock's 2nd Army Corps, I.—39. Hannaford, E. P., IV.—23. Harbour, J. L., I.—14. Harbour, J. L., Address by, I.—14 to 17. Harper's Ferry, I.—34, 35, 36; II.—38; III.—24, 25. Harrington, John, IV.—24. Harvard Square Cemetery, I.—22. Hawkins Block, IV.—30. Hawkins Family, The, II.—25. Hawkins House, II.—23. Haxall's Landing-, II.—38. Heald, Mrs. Helen E. M., II.—25. Heath, General, II.—29. Henderson, Mrs., Franklin, II.—24. Hessian Prisoners, II.—29. Hicks, John, II.—28. Highland Avenue, Somerville, I. Hill House, III.—16. Hill, Major General A. P., III.—24. Hill, James, IV.—29. Hill, Richard, IV.—29. Holden, George W., I.—31, 32. Holden, Simon, house of, I.—32. Holt, Chauncey. II.—16, 19. Hopkins Classical School, II.—28. Home, Susan, I.—7. Houston, Major D. C., IV.—30. Hoyt, Frank, I.—11. Ind