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He was literary in his tastes, and was particularly fond of his library.
The funeral services were held on Saturday, March 11, 1905, at 1 p. m. from his home, 17 Dartmouth street. The city flags were placed at half-mast, and from 12 to 2 o'clock the stores on Broadway in the vicinity of his office were closed.
The services were conducted by Rev. Horace H. Leavitt, pastor of the Broadway Congregational church, of which Mr. Pillsbury was a member for many years; Rev. Charles L. Noyes, pastor of the Winter Hill Congregational church, a long-time friend; and Rev. Francis Gray, pastor of the Winter Hill Universalist church, his next neighbor.
The sentiments of affection and esteem which were feelingly expressed at the funeral service and were spread upon the records of the various organizations to which Mr. Pillsbury belonged may be summed up in the following, taken from an editorial in the Somerville Journal:—
A man of wide experience and learning, of a kindl
, General, John, 20.
Newton Street, 33, 34.
Newtown Highway (Road to Cambridge), 28.
Ninetieth Pennsylvania. 22, 46, 64.
Ninety-fourth New York, 21.
Ninth Corps, 47, 72.
Ninth Massachusetts Battery. 69.
Ninth New York Regiment, 62.
Norfolk Railroad, 66.
Norris, E. A., 41.
Norris, Thomas F., 5.
North Anna River, 60. 61.
Northey, George A., 56.
North Sandwich, Mass., 2.
Norton, Charles Elliot, 15.
Norton's Ford, 22.
Norton's Grove, 15, 37.
Noyes. Rev. Charles L., 4.
Ny, The. 59.
Oak Street, 14, 34.
Odiorne. William, 58.
Offert's Cross Roads, Md., 18.
Ogdensburg, N. Y., 10.
Old Mill and Other Poems, 3.
Olive Branch, 5, 41.
Oliver, F. J., 22.
Oliver. Judson W., 18, 22.
One Hundred and Fourth New York. 62, 71.
One Hundred and Seventh Pennsylvania, 21.
Orange and Alexandria Railroad. 44.
Orcutt, Edward L., 16.
Orcutt, Levi, 8, 16.
Original English Inhabitants and Early Settlers in Somerville, 25