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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 24., Medford Historical Society. (search)
orical Society. Officers for the year 1921. President. Herbert N. Ackerman. Telephone, Mystic 1827-W. 10 Adams Street, Medford Hillside. Vice-Presidents. Rosewell B. Lawrence. George H. Remele. Miss Lily B. Atherton. Miss Agnes W. Lincoln. Recording secretary. Frederic H. Dole. Telephone Connection. Chestnut Street. Financial secretary and Treasurer. Gegrge S. T. Fuller. Telephone, Mystic 2208-W. George Street. Librarian and Curator. Moses Whitche Philip A. Jerguson. Charles S. Jacobs, Mrs. Frances E. Jackson. George H. Lane. Carolyn R. Lawrence. Life Member. Rosewell B. Lawrence. Life Member. William B. Lawrence. Life Member. William Leavens. Emma D. Leavens. Agnes W. Lincoln. Life Member. Charles H. Loomis. Lewis H. Lovering. Life Member. Frank W. Lovering. Clara C. Lovering. Moses W. Mann. Elizabeth J. C. Mann. Leonard J. Manning. Martha J. Martin. George B. Means. J. C. Miller, Jr. Ernest
In Memoriam. Rosewell Bigelow Lawrence January 31, 1856—November 2, 1921 life Member Vice-President since 1899 Leonard Jarvis Manning May 11, 1856—November 20, 1921 Vice President, 1907-16 Charles Nelson Jones . . .1836—December 3, 1921 Member in 1897. Honorary in 1918 Agnes Wyman Lincoln July 13, 1856—December 27, 1921 Curator and Librarian, 1900-19 Vice-President, 1920-21 John Henry Hooper May 5, 1833—December 31, 1921 President, 1901-3 Historian of Medf
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., The Society's meetings, 1921-22. (search)
cticut was also considered. The annual meeting was on January 16, 1922. It was certainly a Lodge of Sorrow. The members stood while the president again announced the passing away of Messrs. Lawrence and Manning, followed by those of Miss Agnes Wyman Lincoln, Charles Nelson Jones and John Henry Hooper; a series of great losses to the Society and unprecedented in its history. A letter from Miss Lincoln, written at the hospital, regretting her inability to attend the December meeting, and hMiss Lincoln, written at the hospital, regretting her inability to attend the December meeting, and hoping for further service with us, was read and, enclosed in glass, was presented for preservation. Especial mention of the interest and service of all was made by members present; especially of the long life and public service of Mr. Hooper and his contributions to Medford history in the register's pages. Discussion of publication followed; reports of officers for the past year were read and accepted, and the present board of officers re-elected; all suggestions made were referred to the
Agnes Wyman Lincoln. Born at Medford, July 16, 1856. Died in Boston, December 27, 1921. She was a descendant in the ninth generation of Thomas Lincoln, the Hingham miller of 1636, and, on the maternal side, of Deacon Simon Stone of Watertown of 1635. She was a member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, from whose Register (Vol. 76, p. lxxxviii) we quote (in part) the following, by permission:— Miss Lincoln was educated at a private school taught by Miss Ellen Wild in Medford and at the Medford High School, where she was graduated in 1871. After leaving school she attended courses of Lowell Institute lectures and schools for the study of special subjects, such as modern languages, and was constantly seeking to enlarge the horizon of her intellectual life. She was interested in such sciences as geology, was fond of outdoor exercise, and went on many of the excursions of the Appalachian Mountain Club. She was corresponding secretary of the Stone Family Assoc