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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 4., First Universalist Society in Medford. (search)
parishes are by law authorized to choose, and transact in the months of March and April annually. Given under our hands this tenth day of March, A. D. 1831. Signed, William S. Barker. John Wheeler. Nathan W. Waite. Willard Butters. Miles Sampson. John H. Haskell. Thomas P. Hunt. Waldo Belknap. Timothy Cotting. George Sawyer. John Johnson. James Hyde, Jr. Joshua Bailey. Benjamin Walker. James ford. Moses Merrill. John Sawtell. Amherst Josslyn. William Peak. Leonard Bucknam. John Ewell. t Society in Medford. Ballot was then taken for clerk, and William S. Barker was elected and duly qualified by Justice Cushing. A prudential committee was elected, consisting of Timothy Cotting, Leonard Bucknam, and George Sawyer. Miles Sampson, James Ford, and John Wheeler were elected assessors, Timothy Cotting elected treasurer, and William S. Barker elected collector. We now have the society fully organized and ready to enter upon its important work, that its influence, with the
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 4., Medford Historical Society. (search)
ne B. Peak, Irvin E. Peak, Mrs. Esther R. Phemister, Edward A. Pike, Chester J. Plummer, Mrs. J. M. G. Deceased.Porter, Miss Helen. Randall, Edward S. Remele, George H. Russell, Miss Cora L. Russell, Harriet J. Sampson, Elisha J. Sampson, George T. Sargent, Miss Mary E. Saville, George W. W. Saville, Mrs. Helen E. Sawyer, Miss Z. Segitz, Myra E. Shultis, Mark. Shultis, Mrs. Kate D. Simpson, James B. Start, Prof. Edwin A. Start,Sampson, George T. Sargent, Miss Mary E. Saville, George W. W. Saville, Mrs. Helen E. Sawyer, Miss Z. Segitz, Myra E. Shultis, Mark. Shultis, Mrs. Kate D. Simpson, James B. Start, Prof. Edwin A. Start, Mrs. Philena C. Stetson, George W. Stickney, Allison M. Stickney, Mrs. Allison M. Stone, Miss Katherine H. Street, John D. Street, Miss Mary B. Sturtevant, James S. Deceased.Swan, Charles H. Swift, Miss Caroline E. Symmes, Amelia M. Symmes, Arthur C. Tay, Mrs. Anna J. Teele, Edward W. Thompson, Abijah. Thompson, Mrs. Susan B. Thompson, William A. Tucker, Charles D. Tufts, James W. Wait, William Gushing. Wait, Francis A. Wait, Mis
new every rare plant, and where in our woods it grew. His knowledge of shade and fruit trees was sought, and he shared his secrets with his neighbors. He passed away on Feb. 17, 1897. Mr. Cram, the pump-maker, lived in the low house just opposite Pleasant street. He was always in demand. Judah Loring's home was next above Mr. Cudworth's. He was a ship-carpenter, having a shop located near the present railroad crossing. Mr. Samuel Clark, who has just built a house on the site of Jonathan Sampson's homestead, came to Medford from Hanover in 1834 and was apprenticed to Edward Eells, a former ship-builder in Hanover who came to Medford in 1822 and did the joiner-work for many of the vessels built here. He died in 1838 and his son Robert L. succeeded him in business. Mr. Clark married the youngest daughter of Edward Eells in 1845 and lived many years in the old home. He is the only survivor of all the workers in the ship-yards living on this old street, and is in his eighty-four