r of the park commission of Medford, and chairman of the board at the time of his death.
He was a strong and influential advocate of the Mystic Valley Parkway.
He was an early member of the Medford Historical Society, but was more interested in the standing and development of Medford in the twentieth century than in the study of the ancient history of the town.
Yet he was ever loyal and proud of his Pilgrim ancestors, and was true to their best traditions and principles.
He married Abbie Leonard, who was a charter member of the Congregational Church of West Medford.
After her death he married Miss Emma Fuller, daughter of George H. and Nancy Evelina (Blaisdell) Fuller of West Medford.
She survives him and three children, viz.: Joseph Nelson Leonard, a member of this society, and Nathaniel Warren and Elizabeth Leonard.
He died suddenly at his office in Boston, December 2, 1902, of heart disease.
Cleopas Boyd Johnson.
Cleopas Boyd Johnson, an honorary member of the Medfor