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Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909, Report of the Committee on Necrology of the Somerville Historical Society. (search)
ed during the year 1907, as follows:— Lucy M. (Clark) Knapp, died June 16, 1907. Daniel E. Chase, died July 13, 1907. Charles W. Sawyer, died June 21, 1907. L. Frank Arnold, died July 25, 1907. Isaac B. Kendall, died November 26, 1907. Nathan L. Pennock, died December 10, 1907. Lucy M. Knapp was born December 2, 1832, near where the Stone Building now stands in Union Square. Her father, Joseph Clark, one of the numerous brick makers in the town at that time, was from Windham, N. H., and her mother, Lucy Brooks Locke, was a Cambridge woman. As there was no high school in Somerville in her school days, she attended Woburn Academy, then a well-known institution, and often spoke with pleasure of the years spent there and the friends and acquaintances thus formed. She was always interested in the First Universalist Church of Somerville, and at one time was a teacher in the Sunday School. She was married August 9, 1859, to Oren S. Knapp, then a teacher in the Prospect