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g. 1802. See Win-ship (par. 20); a sister who m. a Winship o. c. same time. Cogswell, Polly, dau. of Jonathan, of Charlestown, bap. 6 Oct. 1776. See Wyman's Charlestown, 227. Cole, Sally, d. 9 Dec. 1807, a. 7 yrs. John, d. suddenly at Phile. Russell's, 16 June, 1837, a. 60—Damon supposes a Universalist, and attended the funeral. Caleb was on a committee here 6 Nov. 1801; pewholder, 1805. Collins, Susanna, of Camb. and Benjamin Mead of Medford, m. 26 Feb. 1781. [Enos, of Springfield, N. H., drowned 8 Dec. 1831, a. 28 (g. s.). had w. Mary, and a son Enos, that d. 4 Mar. 1833, a. 11 mos. (g. s.).] Comee, Joseph, of Lexington, o. c. here 17 May, 1753. Comston, William, of Boston, and Jeanette Schouler of W. Camb. m. 27 June, 1839. Convers or Converse, Joseph, of Medford, m. Abigail Adams, dau. of Dea. Joseph, 19 Oct. 1800. Joseph and w. Abigail were adm. to the ch. 17 Nov. 1805. Had Nabby, bap. 17 Nov. 1805; Joseph, bap. 20 Apr. 1806 (d. 10 Jan. 1862, a. 55); Sa
e. Mr. Norcross came to Medford from Lexington in June, 1859, and was employed in the dry-goods store of T. W. Savage. In 1860 a fire destroyed this store and he went to Portsmouth, N. H., where he was employed for two years. He then became connected with the firm of Lewis, Coleman and Company, wholesale dry-goods merchants in Boston, and returned to Medford to live. He continued with this house for fifteen years. Later he entered the retail dry-goods business, having stores in Boston, Springfield and Manchester, N. H. He served as Representative in 1889 and 1890, being nominated by the Republicans and Democrats and received a unanimous vote each time. He has always been very active in town and city affairs, serving as town auditor and selectman, also as a member of the School Committee, Park Commission and Sinking Fund Commission. He is a director and trustee of the Medford Savings Bank, and was one of the original organizers of the Medford Co-operative Bank, serving as vice-pre