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re of Thomas Russell & Son, mentioned in town records in 1808. The dedication of the new meeting-house was appointed to be on Wednesday, March 20, 1805, at two P. M. The following memorandum was made on the Precinct Records: March the 20th, 1805, the dedication was made. Nine children were baptized on March 24, 1805—(Fiske). The Baptisms on the first Sabbath in the new Meeting-House of Worship were Amos, son of John Adams; Martha Wyman, daughter of Daniel Reed; Elmira, daughter of Josiah H. Russell; Albert, son of Jonas Cutter; William, son of William Hill, 3d; William Augustus, son of William Whittemore, 3d; Ann Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Wyman; William, son of Joshua Cutter; Winslow, son of Jonathan Whittemore. Pew-holders in New meeting-house, A. D. 1805. A Record of the Pews in the Meeting-house in Cambridge Second Parish, that were sold agreeable to a former vote of said parish, directing every pew, when paid for, to be recorded in the parish book, with its number a
, 1846, 1847; Abijah Frost, 1838, 1842, 1849-1852, 1854, 1857; George C. Russell, 1838; Timothy Eaton, 1839; Isaiah Jenkins, 1839, 1840; George Prentiss, 1839; Chester Sanderson, 1840; Joseph Hill, 1840, 1842, 1849, 1854; Abbot Allen, 1840; Josiah H. Russell, 1841, 1818, 1854, 185; Adonijah Barnes, 1841; Ebenezer Hovey, 1842; Stephen Symmes, 1842, 1843; David Clark, 1843, 1844, 1856; Joel F. Hanson, 1843, 1816, 1850; William L. Clark, 1843, 1860, 1852; Thaddeus Frost, 1844, 1845; Abner P. Wymanr Common for a Burial Ground. The town purchased the lot on Medford Street, where the present cemetery now is, for a new Burying Ground. The committee for the purpose of laying out the new Burying Ground, were Thomas Thorp, Daniel Cady, Josiah H. Russell, Isaiah Jenkins, Edward Smith and Moses Proctor. A good and substantial stone wall around the Old and New Cemeteries was erected, with suitable gates, in 1843. Trees were set out in Old Cemetery in 1845. The New Cemetery was known by the
38, 1839 (resigned), 1841, 1842. William Locke, 2d, 1838-40. Jesse P. Pattee, 1840. George Stearns, 1843. Josiah H. Russell, 1844. Joseph O. Wellington, 1845 (1846—none sent). William Dickson, 1847 (1848—none sent). Reuben Hopkins, 7-40. Mansur W. Marsh, 1841-48, 1851-53, 1855-57. Walter Fletcher, 1841-43. John Schouler, 1844-46, 1853. Josiah H. Russell, 1846, 1846. William Dickson, 1847-60, 1854-57. Albert Winn, 1847-50, 1862, 1863, 1866, 1857. Amos Hill, Jr.gned). Col. Thomas Russell, 1830. Benjamin Hill, 1830-38. Abbot Allen, 1839-46. Thomas J. Russell, 1847. Josiah H. Russell, 1848-59. Abel R. Proctor, 1860-67. General School Committee-men, since 1827. See History of town for that yeains, 1840. Rev. J. C. Waldo, 1842 (excused), 1846, 1847. Luke Wyman, 1842, 1843. Joseph Hill, 1842-44. Josiah H. Russell, 1842, 1844. Moses Proctor, 1842, 1843, 1858-60. George C. Russell, 1842, 1847. George Holden, 1843. Ebenez
40, when it was voted to build a meeting-house, and a Society was organized under the name of the First Universalist Society in West Cambridge. The subscribers to a fund for building a Universalist meeting-house in the town of West Cambridge, who petitioned for a warrant for a parish meeting on Aug. 3, 1840, were Henry Frost, Jefferson Cutter, Joseph Locke, William L. Clark, Francis Russell, William Whittemore, Ammi C. Teel, Kimball Farmer, John Fowle, John Jarvis, Jesse P. Pattee, Josiah H. Russell, and Moses Bacon, clerk. The meeting-house was accordingly built in 1840, and dedicated on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1841. On Feb. 21, 1848, the Society voted to petition the General Court for an act of incorporation. The first regular minister was the Rev. J. C. Waldo, whose term of service commenced on the first Sabbath after March 15, 1841. On April 12, following, the Society voted that he be installed. He remained as minister till 1847. On Sept. 20, of that year, the Rev. Willard
and Mary Ann Emma Thomas, m. 15 Jan. 1792. Mary Ann Emma was dism. from Pct. ch. to the 1st ch. in Springfield, 19 May, 1793. See Thomas. Hutchinson, Thomas, had Nathaniel, b. 6, bap. 14 July, 1745; John, bap. 13 Nov. 1748. Anne Mallet, living at Mr. H.'s, in Charlestown, was adm. Pct. ch. 19 Jan. 1755. Mrs. Mary (w. of Thomas), d. 9 Feb. 1790. a. 83. See Wyman, 537. 2. John, of Charlestown, s. of Thomas (1), m. Sarah Frost, 28 May, 1772. Had Sarah, hap. 12 Mar. 1775, m. Josiah H. Russell, 5 Apr. 1795; Mary, bap. 15 Dec. 1776; Lydia, bap. 10 Jan. 1779, m. Seth Tufts, of Medford, 19 Nov. 1801; John, bap. 3 Dec. 1780; Abigail, bap. 15 Sept. 1782, m. Henry Parker, of Woburn, 28 May, 1807; Oliver, bap. 19 Oct. 1788, d.—Dec. 1808, a. 20; Becca, bap. 15 Aug. 1790. d. 7 Nov. 1790, a. 3 mos. John of Chas. had also an infant son, stillborn, 31 Aug. 1773. Mrs. Sarah (W. of John), d. (13) 17 Oct. 1790, a. 48 (38 g. s.). John, the father, d. 28 June, 1819, a. 72. Mrs. Mary, perha