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men who worked the engine. In 1846 the boys' company, so called because composed of young men from sixteen to twenty years old, was organized. According to some of its members, David A. Sanborn was assistant foreman. Other members were Quincy A. Vinal, Robert A. Vinal, Albert L. Sanborn, and Daniel Sanborn. In November, 1849, the town appropriated money for the purchase of a good and sufficient fire engine. It was styled Somerville, Number 1. The selectmen appointed a board of fire e in 1849. He was of a particularly social nature, always genial, decided in opinions, active and pushing when a new enterprise in which he was interested was at the front. Three of his six children now occupy the home on Walnut Street. Quincy Adams Vinal was born in Charlestown September 23, 1826, in the vicinity of Union Square. After a successful career in the grain business with his father and brother, and in the grain commission business, he filled many positions of trust in public and
n Hills Farm, Somerville in the Revolution, all in Somerville Historical Society Souvenir, November 38- December 3, 1898; Genealogical Pamphlet, Charles Darwin Elliot-Mary Elvira Elliot, 1901; obituaries, Hon. Charles Hicks Saunders and Hon. Isaac Story, Historic Leaves, Vol. 1, July, 1902; The Stinted Common, Historic Leaves, Vol. 1, October, 1902; inscription for Prospect Hill Tower, Historic Leaves, Vol. 2, January, 1904; John Winthrop, Historic Leaves, Vol. 3, July, 1904; obituary, Quincy Adams Vinal, Historic Leaves, Vol. 3, October, 1904; The Blessing of the Bay, read before the Winter Hill Improvement Association, November 16, 1904; The Old Royall House, Medford, Historic Leaves, Vol. 4, April, 1905; Union Square and Its Neighborhood About the Year 1846, Historic Leaves, Vol. 6, April, 1907; Somerville's Development and Progress, Somerville Journal, May 3, 1907; Union Square Before the War, Historic Leaves, Vol. 6, July, 1907; Port Hudson, Historic Leaves, Vol. 7, October, 1908;
United Colonies, 52. Unity, N. H., 44. Upham, John, 49. Upham, William Henry, 49. Urann, Captain, Thomas, 77. Veteran Firemen's Association, 18. Vicksburg, 65. Victoria, 72. Vinal, Alfred E., 14, 18. Vinal Avenue, 6, 14. Vinal, Edward E., 14. Vinal, Emmeline A., 14. Vinal, John W., 14,--18. Vinal, Lucy A., 14. Vinal, Lydia, 14. Vinal, Lydia M., 13, 18. Vinal, Lydia (Stone), 17. Vinal, Margaret F., 14. Vinal, Martha A., 14. Vinal, Mary Elizabeth, 13. Vinal, Quincy Adams, 14, 15, 17, 62 Vinal, Robert, 13, 17. Vinal, Robert Aldersey, 13, 14, 15, 17. Wade, Captain, Jonathan, 53. Wakefield, Mass., 22. Walker, Leonard, 57. Walnut Hill, 15. Walnut Hill School, The, 41-48. Walnut Street, 6, 11, 14, 16, 17, 56. Waltham, Mass., 2, 3. War Department, 64. Warren Avenue, 13, 14. Warren, Mary, 46. Warren School, Charlestown, Mass., 24. Washington, D. C., 41. Washington, George, 26, 52, 54, 69, 77. Washington Street, 5, 6, 14, 16, 20. Wa