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in Tobias Ferrold's company, the regiment of Colonel James Scammon, during those eventful days. Before the war of the Revolution closed, he married Mary Gowell. His other ancestors, Joshua Brooks and William Brooks, in ancient Kittery, allied themselves with the Fogg and Staple families, and wrought valiant service in defending the border lands between the civilization of the towns of New England and the wilderness. Portions of Mr. Brooks' early boyhood were passed in Bath, Me., and Lynn, Mass., where his father had parishes, and when thirteen years of age he moved with his parents to New York city, when his father assumed charge of a parish in the metropolis. In 1861 Mr. Brooks entered the Free academy, now the college of the city of New York, taking excellent rank in literature, history, and the classics, but left in the middle of his junior year to enter the publishing house of D. Appleton & Co. as a salesman. We next find him in the publishing houses of J. B. Ford & Co
ademy, Middleborough. In 1839, at twenty years of age, he was principal of the Franklin Academy, Kutztown, Pa., and afterwards of Bertie Union Academy, North Carolina, and later taught in Maryland. He studied law in Philadelphia, Pa., and in Lynn, Mass. In 1843 he entered the law office of Hon. Charles Theodore Russell, father of Governor Russell, where he was associated with John A. Andrew, later war governor of Massachusetts. He was admitted to the bar in 1844, and to practice in the Uniteourt in the present city hall until the erection of the court house on Bow street. He held the office of justice until his death. He was married in 1846 to Elizabeth Bowen Woodbury, of Beverly, who died in 1888, and second to Mary Ann Chase, of Lynn. Judge Story came to Somerville in 1853, and had resided here ever since, excepting from 1857 to 1861. In 1856 he represented Somerville in the legislature, and was for many years on its school board. He was a student of genealogy and histo
s), II.—22. Locke, Martha, II.—22. Locke, Samuel, II.—22. London Heights, I.—34, 36. Long Bridge, I.—33. Long Island, II.—29. Longstreet, General, I.—36. Loring Family, The, II.—26. Lothrop, D., Co., I.—8, 11. Lowden, Sergeant, Ried, III.—10. Lowell R. R., III.—15. Lowell R. R., bridge over, III.—15. Lowell Street, Somerville, II.—21; III.—14. Luray Valley, I.—36. Lyndes, Joseph, III.—10. Lyndes, Thomas, Sr., III.—8. Lynn Academy, II.—29. Lynn, Mass., I.—8. Magazine Street, Cambridge, II.—23. Magner, Captain, I.—38. Magoun Family, The, II.—35. Magoun, John C., II.—24; III.—20. Magoun. John C., home of, III.—22. Main Street, III.—12, 19. Main, The, III.—7. Maine Vol., 10th Regiment, I.—34, 35, 37; III., 24. Maine Vols., 10th Regiment, Co. D. I—35. Maine Vols., 17th Regiment, I.—36; III.—25. Maiden, Mass., I.—21, 22. Maiden Ferry, I.—21. Ma