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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 8., Medford Amicable Singing Society. (search)
rton Henry Withington Ephraim Bailey James T. Floyd James Tufts Patrick Roach Elias Tufts Saml Phelps Henry Todd Thomas Calf Edward Bradbury William Butters Daniel Copland James T. Floyd, Jr. Jona Harrington James Francis, 2d. Andrew Perkins Samuel D. Hadley Seth Mayo Darius Wait Benjamin Floyd, 3d. Dexter Blodget Ladies. Charity Fullerton Anna Blodget Rebecca Floyd The forgoing is a copy of the constitution M. A. Singing society, with the names subscribed, and tave accepted the invitation as we the subscribers understand. Namely Benjamin Pratt, Jr. John Kimball Nathl Fessenden James W. Brooks John Phipps Mr. Fisk Galen James Thos. Floyd Levi Frost George Brown Noah Kimball Ladies. Miss Perkins Emaline Wyman Sally Baldwin Sally Gleason Esther W. Merrill Tryphena Tufts Nancy Clark Mariah Butterfield Esther Tufts Eliza Withington Almyra Turner S. Turner making in all forty nine 12Tenor 22Bass 15Trible — 49 To the
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 8., Strangers in Medford, (Continued from vol. 8, no. 2). (search)
ren)    Eunice(children)    Lydia(children) Peirce, Benjamin,Woburn, June 8, 1764Apprentice to Saml. Tilton. Peirce, BenjaminWoburn, April, 1754Feb. 26, 1755    Phoebe (wife)    Nathaniel Servant, no surname. Peirce, Ebenezer Aged father (?) of Benjamin, Page 62.Scituate, April, 1757Feb. 8, 1758 Peirce, HepzibahLexington, Aug, 19, 1755Servant of Joseph Skinner. Penhallow, RichardWoburn, July 2, 1765Aug. 21, 1765Tenant of Col. Royall.    Milicent (wife)    Hannah (2 yrs) Perkins, JudithMaiden, Dec. 20, 1760In family of Wm. Tufts, 3d. Person, Aged father (?) of Benjamin, Page 62. JamesOf Medford.From Andover, July, 1760 Phillips, MaryCharlestown, Apr. 1, 1754Age 15. In family of John Bishop. Pierson, JamesNewbury, July 1, 1771.In house of Ebenr Hall, Jr.    Bethshua (wife)    Bethshua (child'n)    Susannah (child'n)    Rebeckah (child'n)    Louis (child'n) Pinkham, BallardAug. 31, 1797 Polly, JohnNov. 6, 1753      wif
stories of its tower, and is not now the conspicuous object it was in the seventies. And now having shown you the picture of the West End as the schoolboy saw it, let me say something of the West Medford of the early seventies, as the boy, then a young man, observed it. The Hillside was unknown, as the term began to be applied some sixteen years later, when the name of Medford Steps was discontinued by the railway company. Only two houses were in that section, and but one, that of Mr. Perkins on Winthrop street, near the reservoir, was occupied. A little later Mr. C. C. Stevens moved into the other, just completed on North street. His nearest neighbor was Billy Hamilton, often called the wild Irishman, but his home, as well as that of Bernard Born, the engineer at the water works, was within the limits of Somerville. At that time (May, 1870,) there were but eighteen houses west of the railway. Of these eighteen the mansion and farm houses, one house on Canal street, belong
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 10., Extracts from Selectmen's Records. (search)
n an order for interest due on his acct. for a bell. 31.74 Vol. I, p. 63. Mar. 6, 1815. James T. Floyd offered to serve the Town in the capacity of Sexton taking good care of the meeting house and Clock ringing the bell on Sunday and all publick occasions &c. for $25.—a year. Whereupon Voted, To allow him the said sum of $25.—for said service the year ensuing. Vol. II, p. 143. May 1, 1814. Voted, to allow James T. Floyd his acct. of monies pd Simon Willard for repairg Tn Clock $5.00 Vol. II, p. 147. October 27, 1817. Voted, To draw on the Treasurer for twenty Dollars payable to E. Bailey Treasurer of the Medford A[micable] S[inging] Society, in part satisfaction of the grant of $75—made to said Society by Vote of the Town passed 7 April last. Vol. III, p. 16. Dec. 10, 1821. Voted, To allow Andrew Perkins for his assistance on the bass viol, with the singers on sundays during the last year endg 1 Novr. last, 25 cents a Sunday $13.00 Vol. III,
oyd Elias Tufts Timothy Brigden Timothy Rich Benjamin Floyd Caleb Brooks Patrick Roach George Cook John Symmes Jun Martin Burrage Gershom Cutter Those with this mark are officers for the present year Ephriam Hall Gilbert Brooks Galen James Those with this mark are officers for the present year Thomas Calif Benjamin Pratt Jun Nathan Bryant Benjamin Noves James T Floyd Jr Seth Branford Phillips Rogers Stephen Sprague Andrew Perkins Charles Johnson Jonas Manning Arron Blanchard Isaac Sprague Those with this mark are officers for the present year John Blanchard Francis Kidder Andrew Blanchard Those with this mark are officers for the present year Nathaniel Bishop John P Clisby Those with this mark are officers for the present year D Swan Anthony Hatch Benjamin Floyd Jun Loveman Buel Abijah Kendall Gilbert Blanchard 2d Thomas Cox Jun Asa Sprague A Bartl