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Somerville Historical Society Season of 1904-1905 October 3—Business Meeting. Light refreshments will be served.November 2—From the Stage Coach to the Parlor Car; or, The Romance of the Railroad in Massachusetts. Charles E. Mann, Malden. November 16—Old Somerville and Charlestown End. George Y. Wellington, President Arlington Historical Society. December 5—Business Meeting. Light refreshments will be served.December 7—Incidents in a Long Life in the Public Service. Jairus Mann. December 21—The Beginnings of the Boston and Lowell Railroad. Frank E. Merrill. Light refreshments will be served.January 4—An Evening with Edwin day Sibley. January 18—Concerning Some Neighboring Historical Societies. David H. Brown, President Medford Historical Society. Eugene Tappan, Secretary Sharon Historical Society. Light refreshments will be served.February 1—Neighborhood Sketch.—In and About Union Square, No. 2. Charles D. Elliot. February 6—Bus
seph H. Clark, Mr. Richard E. Cutter, Mrs. Mary J. Davis, Mrs. L. W. Dow, Miss Frances Dow, Mrs. Helen F. Edlefson, Mr. Charles D. Elliot, Mrs. Annie L. Fletcher, Mr. Ellsworth Fisk, Mr. N. E. Fitz, Hon. William H. Furber, Mrs. Martha J. H. Gerry, Mr. Albert L. Haskell, Mr. Frank M. Hawes, Mrs. Helen E. Heald, Mrs. C. E. Henderson, Miss Bertha E. Holden, Mrs. Fannie C. Jaques, Mr. A. M. Kidder, Mr. George A. Kimball, Mrs. Eleanor G. Kirkpatrick, Miss Georgia Lears, Mrs. Martha E. Libby, Mr. Jairus Mann, Mr. David L. Maulsby, Mr. Henry C. Rand, Hon. Francis H. Raymond, Mrs. Raymond, Mr. Edwin F. Read, Mr. Aaron Sargent, Miss Ellen M. Sawyer, Miss Margaret A. Simpson, Mrs. Juliet G. Smith, Miss Susan S. Stetson, Rev. Anson Titus, Miss M. Alice Tufts, Miss Martha Tufts, Mr. Timothy Tufts, Miss Louise A. Vinal, Miss Anna P. Vinal, Miss Edith A. Woodman. (read before the Somerville Historical Society November 7, 1906.) Have we any old trees in Somerville? Yes, a goodly number. It i
99. Locke, Margaret W., 72. Longfellow, H. W., 4, 6, S. Loring, J. W., 15. Lovett, J., 12. Lowell, J. R., 7, 8. Lowell, Mass., 77. Lowell Railroad. 65. Lower Winter Hill Primary, 95. Lower Winter Hill School, 92. Mackintire, Eliah P., 49, 97. Magoon, John C., 11, 92. Magoun, Aaron B., 69, 71, 85, 87. Magoun. John C., 49, 87, 90, 99. Magoun, Nathaniel, 23. Magoun Square, 85, 87. Main Street, 87. Main Street, Medford, 9. Malden, Mass., 9. Mann, George C., 37. Mann, Jairus, 53. Manor House, 89. March, Olive, 76. Marshall, Elizabeth B., 81. Mason Street, Boston, 100. Massachusetts Abolitionist, 29. Mather, Increase, 3. Mather, Nathaniel, 3. Mather, Mrs., Richard, 3. Maulsby, David L., 53. McKoun, Martha T., 71. McLean Asylum, 54, 65. Mead, Abba (Abby), 51, 67, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 77. Mead, Anna B., 72. Mead, Sarah A., 49. Mears, T., 15. Medford, Mass., 30. Medford Pond, 93. Medford Public Domain Club, 38. Medford River, 93. Medfor
rs, and more than fifty men at once enrolled in the company. Soon it was one of the leading and most popular organizations in the town, and as such was closely identified with the social life here. There was a patriotic spirit in it, too, for the first flagstaff in town was put up by the firemen in 1853, in Union Square. They also contributed liberally toward the first building erected by the Methodists, on Webster Avenue. In 1865 the hose company was organized, and David A. Sanborn and Jairus Mann were sent by the town to New York to select a hand hose carriage. Proceeding now to the second generation from John Stone, we see a group of cousins, young men and maidens, who met in the social life of the time. Some had spent their schooldays at the old Milk Row School; the younger ones may have attended a school at Central Square. A few had been given further privileges in the educational line. One of the sports which many, if not most, of the young men of the time enjoyed was gun
Lincoln, Rollin T., 27. Littlefield, Austin. 36. Littleton, Mass., 56. Lock, Captain, Benjamin, 5. Longfellow, Henry W., 77. Long Wharf, Boston, 51. Loring, —, 30. Lossing, Benson J., 52. Lovett, W., 32. Lowell, Mass., 59. Lunenburg, Mass., 46. Lynn, Mass., 59. Lynnfield, Mass., 46. Madisonville, La., 68, 80. Magoun, Ann Sarah, 18. Magoun, John A., 46. Main Street, Cambridge, 56. Maiden, Mass., 49, 55, 56. Mallett, Isaac, 5. Mallet, John, 50. Mankato, Minn., 24. Mann, Jairus, 15. Marmion, 74. Mary Had a Little Lamb, The Author of, 25-31. Mason, William A., 58. Massachusetts Bay, Province of, 51. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 59. Massachusetts Real Estate Exchange, 62. Massachusetts Truant Officers' Association, 23. Maulsby, David L., 20. Mayhew School, Boston, Mass., 23. McKoun, Abigail, 46. McKoun, Martha, 46. McLean Asylum, 25, 26. Meade, General, 32. Medford Street, 7, 71. Medord, Mass., 5, 21, 48, 55. Menotomy, 3,