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8-1828). Care has been taken to make proper reference in the text to two valuable recent publications—those of Rev. Dr. Paige and Thomas B. Wyman—from which important facts have been derived. Reference is also made to these works when further information on the subject may there be obtained. The author is greatly indebted to John B. Russell, Esq., a native of the town, now of New Jersey, for many important and interesting statements and reminiscences. He is also under obligations to Mr. B. D. Locke, the present Town Clerk of Arlington, for favors granted in the examination of Records in his possession. The genealogical portion of the work is mainly confined to the families who had a residence here in the times of the Precinct, and is as complete and accurate as the greatest labor and care could make it. The preparation of the List of Soldiers given at the close of the volume was a work of greater labor than at first anticipated; but the List, as here presented, constitutes a
min Locke, and consisted of fifty non-commissioned officers and privates, twenty-five of whom were described as residents of Cambridge on the original enlistment roll of the company. This company was formed previously to April 6, 1775, when Mr. Cooke, the minister of the Precinct, had preached a sermon to them—see previous pages 50, 51, and Smith's Address (1864), pp. 7-11. A copy of the articles of enlistment is published in Smith's Address, p. 59. The original in the possession of Mr. B. D. Locke, the present town-clerk of Arlington, is undated. It is as follows: We, the subscribers, do hereby solemnly and severally engage and enlist ourselves as soldiers in the Massachusetts service, for the preservation of the liberties of America, from the day of our enlistment to the last day of December next, unless the service should admit of a discharge of a part or the whole sooner, which shall be at the discretion of the Committee of Safety; and we hereby promise to submit oursel
Abel R. Proctor, 1867. Addison Hill, 1868-71. John F. Allen, 1868-72. George C. Russell, 1869-71. Ira O. Carter, 1872. Henry Mott, 1872, 1873-79. B. Delmont Locke, 1873-79. Charles Schwamb, 1873. Thomas. P. Peirce, 1873-79. Town Clerks. Abel R. Proctor, 1867, 1868 (resigned). John F. Allen, 1868-74 (resigned). B. Delmont Locke, 1874-79. Town Treasurers. Abel R. Proctor, 1867. John F. Allen, 1868-74 (resigned). B. Delmont Locke, 1874-79. School Committee. Josiah Crosby, Henry Swan and Samuel G. Damon, elected by West Cambridge, continued in office after the name of the town was changed to Arlington, their terms beB. Delmont Locke, 1874-79. School Committee. Josiah Crosby, Henry Swan and Samuel G. Damon, elected by West Cambridge, continued in office after the name of the town was changed to Arlington, their terms being unexpired. Rev. Daniel R. Cady, 1867-77 (removed from town). Rev. Charles C. Salter, 1867-69 (resigned). William E. Parmenter, 1867-79—term expires 1880. Rev. J. W. Keyes, 1868-69 (left town). Dr. R. L. Hodgdon, 1868-71. John Field, 1868-70. Henry J. Wells, 1868-72. Josiah Crosby, 1868-76. Henry Swan, 18
st Society in Camb. N. W. Pct. 21 July, 1787, and d.—styled Esq.— 21 Apr. 1841, a 76. Anne, w. of Benjamin, from ch. in Charlestown, was adm. to this ch. (Rev. T. Fiske), 1811. A son Abner—of Benjamin and Susanna—d. 13 June, 1824, a. 23. Benjamin the father was a selectman of Camb. in 1806, 1807. Had Benjamin and Leander, rem. to French Grant, Ohio; Delmont; Hannah C.; Susanna Keyes; Mary Ann. See Book of the Lockes. Delmont, m. Rebecca R. Learned, 28 Nov. 1826, and was father of B. D. Locke, the present town treasurer and town clerk of Arlington; Susanna, m. Bowen Russell, 12 May, 1825; and Mary Ann, m-John A. P. Peirce, 16 Jan. 1834. See Wyman, 623. 12. Samuel, s. of Samuel (6), m. Hannah Learned, 12 Nov. 1797. He d. 22 June, 1807, a. 34. His wid. Hannah d. 21 Nov. 1809, a. 38. His dau. Hannah m. Abiel H. Fillebrown, 3 July, 1817; also had Samuel Adams, m. Lydia Stoddard; Lucy, m. Joseph Clark: Ann Eliza, m. Peter Jones; Margaret Adams. See Book of the Lockes. 13.