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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 6 2 Browse Search
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, 1857. Edward T. Whitney, 1856-1858. John B. Atwill, 1857-1860. James G. Hovey, 1857. John Remick, Elected May 1, 1857, in place of James G. Hovey, deceased. 1857, 1858. Knowlton S. Chaffee, 1858, 1859. Chester W. Kingsley, 1858. Thomas G. Rice, 1858. James P. Richardson, 1858-1860. Solomon Sargent, 1858. Albion K. P. Welch, 1858, 1859. Josiah Burrage, 1859, 1860. Francis L. Chapman, 1859, 1860, 1864-1866. Alex. Dickinson, 1859, 1860. David Ellis, 1859, 1860. Michaeney, 1855. William W. Bullock, 1856. Chester N. Clark, 1856-1858. Curtis Davis, 1856-1858. Hervey Davis, 1856, 1857. John H. Fellows, 1856-1858. N. St. John Green, 1856. Michael C. Kenney, 1856-1858. William Page, 1856, 1857. Thomas G. Rice, 1856, 1857. Ezra Ripley, 1856. Samuel Sawyer, 1856, 1857. Atherton H. Stevens, Jr., 1856, 1867. Albion K. P. Welch, 1856, 1857. James C. Davis, 1857, 1858, 1872, Elected March 24, 1872, in place of J. Milton Clark, resigned. 1873
. 7. Thomas, s. of Thomas (5), m. Hannah, dau. of Isaac Gardner, who was slain in Camb. on the memorable 19th of April 1775, and had Hannah, b. 2 Feb. 1791, m. Aaron Rice of Camb. 10 Oct. 1821, and d. 7 July 1853; Thomas; Susanna; Mary S.; Harriet E.; Thomas S. No trace is found in the Camb. Records of Col. Gardner's parentage, or of his children; nor do the Probate Records refer to the settlement of his estate. The materials for the foregoing brief sketch were given to me by Mr. Thomas Gardner Rice (son of Aaron and Hannah), the present Cambridge representative of two martyrs in the cause of liberty, namely Isaac Gardner, Esq. of Brookline, and Col. Thomas Gardner of Cambridge. Gaskell, or Gaskin, Samuel, by w. Elizabeth, had Elizabeth, b. 13 May 1688. His w. Elizabeth d. 18 Oct. 1686; his son John d. 9 Oct. 1686. Unless there be an error in the date, he must have m. a 2d w. Elizabeth. Gates, Stephen, d. here 1662, leaving w. Ann, who contracted 18 Ap. 1663 to marry Ri
. 7. Thomas, s. of Thomas (5), m. Hannah, dau. of Isaac Gardner, who was slain in Camb. on the memorable 19th of April 1775, and had Hannah, b. 2 Feb. 1791, m. Aaron Rice of Camb. 10 Oct. 1821, and d. 7 July 1853; Thomas; Susanna; Mary S.; Harriet E.; Thomas S. No trace is found in the Camb. Records of Col. Gardner's parentage, or of his children; nor do the Probate Records refer to the settlement of his estate. The materials for the foregoing brief sketch were given to me by Mr. Thomas Gardner Rice (son of Aaron and Hannah), the present Cambridge representative of two martyrs in the cause of liberty, namely Isaac Gardner, Esq. of Brookline, and Col. Thomas Gardner of Cambridge. Gaskell, or Gaskin, Samuel, by w. Elizabeth, had Elizabeth, b. 13 May 1688. His w. Elizabeth d. 18 Oct. 1686; his son John d. 9 Oct. 1686. Unless there be an error in the date, he must have m. a 2d w. Elizabeth. Gates, Stephen, d. here 1662, leaving w. Ann, who contracted 18 Ap. 1663 to marry Ri