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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 18 0 Browse Search
The Cambridge of eighteen hundred and ninety-six: a picture of the city and its industries fifty years after its incorporation (ed. Arthur Gilman) 9 1 Browse Search
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n accordance with a long-cherished plan. It was opened on May 30, 1874, in a house on Avon Place near Linnaean Street, which, with its furniture and what was expected to be an ample endowment, was transferred to the corporation of the Avon Place trustees in November of that year. The original board of trustees consisted of Mrs. Henry W. Paine, president; Rev. D. O. Mears, treasurer; Miss Irene F. Sanger, clerk; and Dr. Andrew P. Peabody, Mrs. Joseph Lovering, Mrs. W. T. Richardson, Mrs. Henry Thayer, Mrs. J. M. Tyler, and Mrs. B. F. Wyeth. Dr. Peabody succeeded Mrs. Paine as president, and at the time of his death in 1893 was the last one of the original trustees; Mr. William Taggard Piper was chosen to succeed Dr. Peabody. Mrs. John Bartlett and Miss Maria Murdock respectively followed Miss Sanger as clerk, and Mrs. J. M. Tyler and Miss Mary A. Ellis succeeded Mr. Mears as treasurer. Four trustees were added in November, 1875, and in January, 1886, the number was increased to se
early $5,000,000 at risk. During this time the company had long been under the presidency of the late Josiah W. Cook, with H. M. Chamberlain, Abram Lansing, Henry Thayer, and J. A. Smith as secretaries. In 1873 a change was made; Mr. Cook becoming aged and feeble, the management was placed in the hands of Alfred L. Barbour as extent. Of late years, however, clothing has become the largest feature in the product, and the goods are now sold in almost every country in the world. Henry Thayer & Co. In 1847 Henry Thayer was the proprietor of a retail apothecary store on Main Street, Cambridgeport, and began in a small way to manufacture fluid extrHenry Thayer was the proprietor of a retail apothecary store on Main Street, Cambridgeport, and began in a small way to manufacture fluid extracts. Beginning in a little room in the rear of his store, the business increased rapidly, and he soon had to seek larger quarters. A small two-story building was erected, but in a year or two this too proved insufficient, and they removed to the brick building on Main Street known as the Douglass Block. In the mean time John P
ton Bridge Works, 349. Brushes. A. & E. Burton & Co., 394. F. M. Eaton, 394. Carriages. Cambridge Carriage Co.. 364. Chapman Carriage Co., 363. H. Fletcher & Co., 364. Henderson Brothers, 362. George R. Henderson. 364. J. A. Henderson. 364. Francis Ivers & Son, :62. Andrew J. Jones, : 363. Nelson Carriage Co., 363. Hugh Stewart & Co., 363. Stewart Brothers, 364. Charles Waugh & Co., 363. Cement. W. F. Webster Cement Co., 395. Chemists. Henry Thayer & Co., 392. Collars and cuffs. Reversible Collar Co., 375. Confectioners. Bay State Confectionery Co., 357. B. P. Clark & Co., 356. George Close, 357. D. M. Hazen & Co., 357. Jensen Brothers, 358. R. H. Leach, 358. H. F. Sparrow, 357. Corn brooms. F. M. Eaton & Co., 394. Crackers. New York Biscuit Co., 378. Diaries. The Cambridgeport Diary Co., 339-341. Dye-stuffs and chemicals. Jerome Marble & Co., 394. Farming tools. Breed Weeder C
Daniel. Stone, William F. Snyder, John. Sherman, Abraham P. Sherman, Prentice. Snow, Joseph. Summers, Samuel S. Stevens, Alexander. Stone, Ezra. Studley, George. Tarbell, John. Tarbell, Samson. Teel, Ammi C. Thayer, Richard. Tidd, John. Thayer, Cephas P. Train, Isaac. Trowbridge, John. Tufts, Peter, Jr. Tupper, Hiram. Tainter, William C. Taylor, Daniel G. Taylor, Coffin. Taylor, David G. Tilley, John. Tirrell, Ebenezer. Thayer, Cephas P. Train, Isaac. Trowbridge, John. Tufts, Peter, Jr. Tupper, Hiram. Tainter, William C. Taylor, Daniel G. Taylor, Coffin. Taylor, David G. Tilley, John. Tirrell, Ebenezer. Turner, Barnabas. Valentine, Elijah F. Walton, Charles. Walton, John. Walton, John, 2d. Ward, Winthrop. Wads worth, Ira. Ware, Galen. Warland, John. Warland, Thomas. Warland, William. Waterhouse, Benjamin. Waters, Thomas. Watson, Jacob. Watson, Samuel. Watson, Samuel, 2d. Wetherbee, Jeremiad Weld, John. Wellington, Joel. Wheeler, Edward. Wheeler, John. Whipple, William J. Whitney, Abel. Whitney, Zaccheus. Wilde, Daniel.
1877. Z. H. Thomas, Jr., 1877. Edward P. Tucker, 1877. Nathan Underwood, 1877. Edward H. Whitney, 1877. City Clerks. Lucius R. Paige, 1846-1855. Henry Thayer, Elected Oct. 1, 1855, in place of Lucius R. Paige, resigned. 1855, 1856. Justin A. Jacobs, 1857-1877. City Treasurers. Abel W. Bruce, 1846-1848. 5. Joseph A Holmes, 1856, 1857. Joseph Whitney, 1858-1877. Clerks of the Common Council. Charles S. Newell, 1846-1848. Eben M. Dunbar, 1849-1853. Henry Thayer, 1854, 1855. Anson J. Stone, Elected Oct. 1, 1855, in place of Henry Thayer, resigned. 1855. James M. Chase, 1856-1861. Joseph G. Holt, 1862-1867. J. , 1857. Joseph Whitney, 1858-1877. Clerks of the Common Council. Charles S. Newell, 1846-1848. Eben M. Dunbar, 1849-1853. Henry Thayer, 1854, 1855. Anson J. Stone, Elected Oct. 1, 1855, in place of Henry Thayer, resigned. 1855. James M. Chase, 1856-1861. Joseph G. Holt, 1862-1867. J. Warren Cotton, 1868-1877.
m. Ann, wid. of Theodore Price, 1673 (Felt's Hist. Salem), and had Dudley, b. Ap. 1678, grad. H. C. 1698, taught school in Andover, ordained at Groton, 16 June 1706, became an Episcopalian, went to England for Episcopal orders, and d. there of small-pox, 1714. Dudley the f. resided at Andover, and d. 13 Nov. 1702. 5. John, s. of Simon (1), resided in Topsfield, and had, by w. Sarah,, Simon, b. 14 Ap. 1682 (who m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Joseph Capen of Topsfield), and perhaps others. Thayer's Fam. Mem. 6. Simon, s. of Simon (3), grad. H. C. 1693, preached a few years at Medford, was ordained at Chs. 26 Oct. 1698, and d. 31 Dec. 1741, a. 72. He was distinguished especially for his knowledge of the Greek language; and it is reported that Lieut.-gov. Tailer, in introducing him to Gov. Burnet, remarked, Here is a man who can whistle Greek. Mr. Bradstreet had several children, and among them was Rev. Simon of Marblehead. Brattle, Thomas, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Capt. William
m. Ann, wid. of Theodore Price, 1673 (Felt's Hist. Salem), and had Dudley, b. Ap. 1678, grad. H. C. 1698, taught school in Andover, ordained at Groton, 16 June 1706, became an Episcopalian, went to England for Episcopal orders, and d. there of small-pox, 1714. Dudley the f. resided at Andover, and d. 13 Nov. 1702. 5. John, s. of Simon (1), resided in Topsfield, and had, by w. Sarah,, Simon, b. 14 Ap. 1682 (who m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Joseph Capen of Topsfield), and perhaps others. Thayer's Fam. Mem. 6. Simon, s. of Simon (3), grad. H. C. 1693, preached a few years at Medford, was ordained at Chs. 26 Oct. 1698, and d. 31 Dec. 1741, a. 72. He was distinguished especially for his knowledge of the Greek language; and it is reported that Lieut.-gov. Tailer, in introducing him to Gov. Burnet, remarked, Here is a man who can whistle Greek. Mr. Bradstreet had several children, and among them was Rev. Simon of Marblehead. Brattle, Thomas, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Capt. William
, 64, 98. Storer, 294. Story, 237. Stoughton, 43, 77, 95, 111, 15, 271, 395. Stow, 170. Stowell, 288. Stratton, 292. Stutson, 331. Sullivan, 199, 422. Swan, 59, 76 181. Sweetser, 336. Swindell, 320. Sweetman, 59, 75, 402. Symonds, 69, 77, 444. Tailer, 403. Talcott, 11, 12, 21, 32, 9, 175, 233, 54. Tanner, 440. Taylor, 58, 75, 272, 3, 328, 30, 8. Temple, 307, 10. Thacher, 132. Thatcher, 55, 133, 43, 70, 85, 292, 375, 407-9, 21, 8. Thayer, 177, 331. Thompson, 226. Thoms, 342. Thorndike, 186. Thornton, 370. Thurloe, 64. Thurston, 334. Tidd, 121. Tilton, 78, 326. Timlow, 327. Tirrell, 320, Tomlins, 33. Torrey, 351. Touteville, 258. Towne, 36, 41, 59, 75, 255, 7, 364, 73. Townley, 324. Townsend, 126, 208, 403. Tracy, 170. Trafton, 330. Train, 208. Tray, 391. Trevett, 419. Trowbridge, 81, 92, 133, 5, 214, 92, 375. Truesdale, 81. Trulan, 433. Trumbull, 31,
ammehston, 571. Hammond, 571. Bruce. Stedman. Woodward. Hanchet, 571. Hancock, 571-4. Bacon. Bean. Bird. Bixby. Bowes. Bowman. Brown. Champney. Clark. Colson. Cook. Cooke. Cooper. Danforth. Davenport. Dolbeare. Eustis. Eyers. Fiske. Fuller. Green. Hanscom. Hews. Hill. Laughton. Munroe. Nash. Orcutt. Paine. Parker. Patten. Prentice. Rice. Russell. Sampson. Sparhawk. Thayer. Torrey. Valentine. Ware. Whitmore. Wyeth. Wyman. Harlakenden, 574 Bosville. Haynes. Pelham. Shepard. Harris, 574. Dunster. Glover. Hart, 574. Hassell, 574, 5. Perry. Hastings, 575-9. Allen. Aspinwall. Balch. Billings. Bordman. Boyce. Bridge. Brigham. Bright. Buttrick. Caldwell. Champney. Clark. Cooksey. Cooper. Cotton. Cox. Cutting. Dana. Davis. Eaton. Gannett. Gibson.