Allison, William, ship master, h. Beacon.
Andrews, Samuel G., printer, h. Summer.
Arnold, Leonard, sash and blind maker, h. Cambridge.
Atwill, John B., grocer, h. Elm.
Ball, Ebenezer W., b. merchant, h. Elm.
Bartlett, Thomas, nail manufacturer, h. Cambridge.
Bacon, Clark, b. gold beater, h. Broadway.
Bartlett, Dr. Joseph E., h. corner of Broadway and Mt. Vernon.
Bailey, Joshua S., baker, h. corner of Perkins and Mt. Pleasant.
Bancroft, George, b. attorney, h. Summer.
Bailey, Albert, b. reporter, Transcript, h. Church.
Barber, Relief R., female supervisor, McLean Asylum.
Beddoe, Thomas, painter, h. Walnut.
Benton, George A., plane manufacturer, h. Joy.
Bennett, Clark, brickmaker, h. Prospect.
Beck, G. W., teacher Catholic school, Prospect Hill.
Bell, Dr. Luther V., McLean Asylum.
Benson, Henry H., McLean Asylum.
Benson, Amori, Jr., McLean Asylum.
Beers, Charles R., b. car maker, h. Myrtle.
Bixby, Elbridge S., b. c
iangular piece of land, including the house-lot at the corner of Broadway and Elm street, was set off to Charlestown.
Mr. Tufts died in 1832.
Of his eleven children, Peter and Joel were the only ones especially identified with Somerville.
Sons Thomas and Aaron settled in New York state, and have numerous descendants; the daughters Hannah and Anne married respectively Samuel Tufts, Jr., and Isaac Tufts.
Peter Tufts, Jr., son of the Peter last named, was born in 1774.
He twice married,—firsly figure, and in the words of his sister was a very pleasant brother.
All the children loved him and well up the hill near the tower in Mt. Auburn cemetery a stone was erected to Uncle Edmund Tufts.
The two younger sons of Peter were Asa and Thomas.
The former is the ancestor of the highly respected family of Dover, N. H.; the latter settled in Lexington, but grandchildren in the persons of Mrs. S. Z. Bowman and the late Albert N. Tufts, returned to live near the old domain of their ancest
Henry, b. refreshments F. H. market, h. Joy.
Brackett, Thomas O.; b. bank messenger, h. Summer.
Brackett, Samuel E.,
Covell, Reuben, b. fish dealer, F. H. market.
Collins, Thomas G., carpenter, h. near Beech.
Conant, Leonard, b. F. H., Luther, b. paper manufacturer, h. Perkins.
Critchett, Thomas, b. inspector, h. Broadway.
Crimmins, Thomas, laborer, Thomas, laborer, h. Medford.
Crombie, William C., b. pianoforte maker, h. Dane.
Crosby, Josiah L., b. bonnets, h. Elm.
Darling, B. F., b. jeweller, h. Tufts.
Darling, Thomas, h. Chestnut.
Davis, David C., h. Church.
Emerson, Enoch, b. blacksmith, h. Porter.
Emerson, Thomas, yeoman, h. Broadway.
English, Jerome A., b. blacksmithh. Walnut.
Gay, John, blacksmith, h. Linden.
Garven, Thomas, rope-maker, h. Milk.
laborer, h. Milk
Goodnow, John, b. merchant at E. F. Cutter's.
Goodhue, Thomas F. H., market, h. Bow.
Gooding, Samuel H., b. brass fou
ealer in furniture, h. Mt. Vernon.
Norris, Thomas F., b. editor of Oliver Branch, Beech.
Olmserkins, Herald, b. hatter, h. Joy.
Perkins, Thomas, tollman, Medford turnpike.
Phillips, John sylum.
Quinn, Michael, h. Medford.
Rand, Thomas, yeoman, h. Milk.
Rand, William, yeoman, h.ll, Henry, carpenter, h. Cambridge.
Ramsay, Thomas, laborer, h. Milk.
Randall, Ivory S., labor
Leland, Warren S., yeoman, h. Elm.
Leland, Thomas J., b. provision dealer, h. Elm.
Leland, Joeonard, F. E., b. hardware, h. Bow.
Lillie, Thomas, b. carriage-smith, Spring hill.
Muer, James, McLean asylum.
Simmons, Thomas, h. Elm.
Slade, William H., b. clothing deaF., b. bookseller, h. Mt. Pleasant.
Sauren, Thomas J., varnish dealer, near L. R. R.
Sanborn, ry, Thomas, painter, h. Broadway.
Woodbury, Thomas S., b. painter, h. Broadway.
Woodbury, Willomas, b. tin-plate worker, h. Cross.
Young, Thomas, gardener, h. Garden court.
Young, Levi, ca
Shawmut Street, III.—14, 15.
Sheldon & Co., I.—8.
Shenandoah River, I.—36.
Shenandoah Valley, III.—24.
Shepard Memorial Association, II.—28.
Sheridan, Army of, I.—36.
Sheridan's Raid, II.—37.
Shirley, Governor, IV.—12.
Shooter's Hill, I.—33.
Shute, James, II.—20.
Simpson Avenue, III.—14.
Simpson Farm, II.—17.
Smith, Charles H., of Worcester, I.—37.
Smith, Ebenezer, I.—24.
Smith, William D., IV.—30.
Smythe, General Thomas A., I.—37.
Sollers, Mrs. Alida G., IV.—9.
Somerville as I have Known It, III.—15.
Somerville Avenue, I.—22, 24; II.—24; III.—12, 13, 14, 17.
Somerville Directory, 1851, I.—25 to 30; II.—24, 31 to 36; III.—26 to 36.
Somerville Highlands, III.—14.
Somerville High School, IV.—28.
Somerville Historical Society, I.—11. 13, 14, 15; II.—9, 23, 28; IV.—31.
Somerville Historical Society, action of, on death of E. S. Br