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rs.Mrs. Anna S. Leighton Charter members.Mr James H. Leighton Deceased.Mrs. Catherine Libby Mr. Charles P. Lincoln Charter members. Deceased.Mr. Charles S. Lincoln Resigned.Mrs. Emma A. Lincoln Mr. Williston Lincoln Charter members. Life members.Mr. George E. Littlefield Life members.Mr. Samuel T. Littlefield Mrs. Samuel T. Littlefield $ Charter members.Mr. Ernest S. Loring Resigned.Mrs. Ernest S. Loring Resigned. Charter members.Mr. George F. Loring Charter members.Mrs. Sarah F. Loring Deceased.Mrs. Martha P. Lowe Mrs. Mabel F. Luce Charter members.Mr. Robert Luce Resigned.Miss Eliza F. McKay Deceased.Miss Mary M. McKay Resigned.Mr. G. Roscoe Marsh Resigned.Mr. George L. Marshall Life members.Mr. Seth Mason Prof. David L. Maulsby Mrs. David L. Maulsby Mrs. Caroline L. Maynard Resigned.Mrs. E. A. Maynard Resigned.Mr. Walter C. Mentzer Mr. Fred H. Merrifield Mr. Frank E. Mer
Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908, List of Officers Past and present (search)
ruce, 1897-1898 Mr. Charles D. Eliot, 1898-1900 Mr. John F. Ayer, 1901-1904 Mr. Frank M. Hawes, 1905—— Vice-presidents Mr. Charles D. Elliot, 1897 Mr. John F. Ayer, 1898, 1905-1907 Mr. Elbridge S. Brooks, 1898-1901 Mr. Frederic W. Parker. 1898 Mr. John S. Emerson, 1899 Mr. Luther B. Pillsbury, 1901-1905 Mr. James F. Whitney, 1901, 1904-1906 Mr. Levi L. Hawes, 1902-1907 Mr. Seth Mason, 1902 Mr. Oliver Bacon, 1903 Mr. F. DeWitt Lapham, 1907 Recording secretaries Mr. George F. Loring, 1897-1898 Mr. Alfred Morton Cutler, 1899 Mrs. Florence E. Holmes, 1905-1907 Miss Florence E. Carr, 1900-1902 Mrs. Elizabeth F. Hammond, 1903-1904 Corresponding secretaries Mr. George E. Littlefield, 1897 Mrs. V. E. Ayer, 1898-1904 Miss Florence E. Carr, 1905 Mrs. Ella Ruth Hurd, 1906-1907 Treasurers Mr. Frederic W. Stone, 1897-1899 Mr. Oliver Bacon, 1900-1902 Mr. Seth Mason, 1903-1906 Mr. William B. Holmes, 1907 Librarians and Curators Mr. Howard Dawson, 1
d come to his house for water. He was selectman in 1780–‘81, and held other positions of trust. In 1808, the records say, he was employed to build for $235 the bridge over the creek, where the Fitchburg railroad now crosses Washington street. The record also informs us that he exceeded the appropriation by $3.30. There are no descendants of Samuel of the Tufts name now living in Somerville; but his daughters have left descendants in this city now represented by the Frost, Raymond, Johnson, Loring, and Edmands families. Aaron, the youngest son of Peter of Milk Row, settled in Medford and there died in early manhood. His only son, the Hon. Aaron Tufts, lived in central Massachusetts, and was a physician, manufacturer, representative, state senator, and justice of the court of sessions. We have thus imperfectly thrown together a few memorials, partly of record, partly hearsay, regarding a family that once owned more than a tenth part of the acreage of our territory, who were so
ooks; February 14, Reminiscences of Army Life in 1861-1864 Elias H. Marston; Work of the Engineer Corps in the Army of the Potomac Darwin C. Pavey; February 28, Somerville Soldiers in the Rebellion Colonel Edwin C. Bennett; Some Phases of Woman's National Work Mary E. Elliot; March 14, Ballads of the Revolution, Frank M. Hawes; readings, Emma Prichard Hadley; March 28, Governor Winthrop and His Mansion on the Mistick, Charles D. Elliot; April 11, banquet; April 25, Colonial Architecture George F. Loring; May 8, Curiosities of Colonial Law, Thomas F. O'Malley; May 22, The Tufts Family Dr. Edward C. Booth. 1900-1901: December 5, reading from and discussion of Neighborhood Sketches, furnished the Society by old residents; December 19, History of Ten Hills Farm, with Anecdotes and Reminiscences, Mrs. Alida G. Sellers (born Jaques); January 2, With Grant at the Battle of the Wilderness, Colonel Elijah Walker; January 16, An Incident of Anti-Slavery Times in Syracuse, N. Y., by Charles Ca