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of the Boston Corn Exchange, now the Boston Chamber of Commerce. He was active in the First Congregational Society in Somerville, was its treasurer for a number of years, and superintendent of the Sunday School. He married Almira L. Pierce, of Revere, and after living a few years in that town, built a house on Walnut Street in Somerville in 1849. He was of a particularly social nature, always genial, decided in opinions, active and pushing when a new enterprise in which he was interested was the first president of the Somerville National Bank, and a director and president of the Cambridge Gas Company. He was active in the First Congregational Society of Somerville, and was for many years a deacon. He married Augusta L. Pierce, of Revere, and they lived to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. A sister and two brothers also lived in Somerville, Alfred E., John W., and Lydia, who married John Runey. David A. Sanborn, son of David A. and Hannah Adams (Stone) Sanborn, wa
rville Needs, about 1890; Civil Engineering as a Vocation, October 28, 1893; A Feasible Metropolitan Boulevard for Somerville, December 29, 1894; Proposed Charles River Dam and the Commerce and Industries of Cambridge, 1902; Request for a Wide and Deep Lock in Charles River Dam, 1904. Historical papers. Between February 8 and August 9, 1890, he contributed to the Somerville Journal nine articles on the following subjects: Revolutionary Landmarks; Aborigines; The First National Flag; Paul Revere's Ride and the March to Concord; British Retreat from Concord; Battle of Bunker Hill; Old Roads; Historic Tablets; Historic Somerville; and, following these, The Early History of Ten Hills Farm, Somerville Journal, November 8, 1890, and May 23, 1891; Somerville in War Times, and Early History of Somerville, Somerville Journal, Semi-Centennial Souvenir, March 3, 1892; a brief History of Somerville, in Somerville Past and Present, 1896; The Somerville Historical Society, Myles Standish and
Street, 45. Norton North Precinct, 53. Norton, Mass., 53. Norwich, Conn., 22. Nutting, John, 53. Oasis Lodge, I. O. O. F., 23. Oglethorpe Guard House, 38. Oliver, F. J., 32. Oliver, Judson W., 32, 33, 34. Old Powder House, 5, 26, 41, 49, 51, 52, 60. Old Roads, 61. Old Royal House, Medford, The, 62. Old South Church, 9. Old South Meeting-house, 30. Oliver Tufts House, 82. Opelousas, La., 66. Oxford Street, 59. Paige, Rev. Lucius R., 47. Park Street, 71. Paul Revere's Ride and the March to Concord, 61. Pemberton's Factory, 32. Perkins, Joseph P., 24. Perkins, Rebecca M., 24. Perkins, Sarah P., 24. Perry, James, 48. Perry, John, 48. Perry, Jason Bigelow, 48. Perry, Colonel J. P., 48. Perry, Lydia, 48. Perry, Sarah, 43. Perry, William A., 50. Pierce, —, 16. Pierce, Almira L., 17. Pierce, Augusta L., 18. Pierce, Jacob, 42. Pierce, Oliver, 47. Pitt, William, 53. Pleasant Street, Boston, 9. Pollution of the Water Supply, 61. Po