, 1790; m. J. K. Frothingham, of Charlestown.
Mary, b. May 29, 1793; m. Warren Preston; d. Sept. 21, 1847.
Convers, b. Nov. 9, 1795; of Harvard College.
Lydia, b. Feb. 11, 1802; m. David L. Child; has written several
Lydia Francis, m. Ebenezer Blount, Feb. 17, 1739.
Sarah Francis, m. Josiah Smith, of Lexington, Nov. 15, 1750.
Lydia Francis, m. Benjamin Tufts, March 4, 1779.
Hannah Francis, m. Isaac Amsdell, of Marlborough, June 7, 1725.
Lydia Francis, m. Nathaniel Pierce, Mar. 1, 1685.
Elizabeth Francis, d. Nov. 12, 1750.
Samuel Francis, jun., and his wifed. Oct. 15, 1775.
d. May 15, 1775.
Jane, widow of John Francis, d. Dec. 16, 1800, aged 63.
Fulton, John, was born in Boston, 1736, and moved to Medford in 1772, where he owned land bounded by the street which now bears his name.
His father is said to have emigrated from Ireland, to enjoy liberty of conscience, and was one of the proprietors of the Federal-street Ch
al amount, $23,456.85.
The ladies of Methuen devoted much time to soldiers' work, though we have been unable to procure a statement of the amount performed.
Mr. Pierce, chairman of the selectmen for the present year, writes: As to the doings of the ladies, I can get no definite information.
There were both Christian and Sanit60.
In 1861, George W. Jackman, Jr., mayor;
Moses Davenport was mayor part of the year, and Mr. Jackman was alderman part of the year. Isaac Hale, Jr., Nathaniel Pierce, George S. George, Joseph A. Frothingham, William H. Huse, George W. Jackman, Jr., Winthrop 0.
In 1862, George W. Jackman, Jr., mayor; Isaac Hale, Jr., Charles C. Dame, Nathaniel Pierce, George S. George, Horace Hamblet, William H. Huse, Winthrop O. Evans, aldermen.
In 1863, Isaac H. Boardman, mayor; Samuel Pettengell, William Graves, Norman C. Greenough, John N. Pike, William H. Huse, John S. Currier, aldermen.
In 1864, George W. Jackman, Jr., mayor; Samuel Pett