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the army. Capt. Samuel was father to William Whittemore, who graduated at Harvard College in 175re consideration, and report as follows (William Whittemore, Lieut. Samuel Cutter, Capt. Ephraim Fro689731194 Thos. Whittemore17215284406175 Wm. Whittemore1721521784910196 Lt. Sam. Whittemore17313175312347 Amos Whittemore1717863201189 Wm. Whittemore, jr.1717036 Wm. Winship61312111366175196 Wnufactory was set up in this Precinct by William Whittemore & Co. in 1799. Dr. Holmes, in his Hither demand on him on account thereof. Wm. Whittemore, Jr., Josiah Whittemore, Caleb Cole, Committas of oak, hence very strong and heavy. William Whittemore gave about $440 for the body of the housmore80146.00 Amos Whittemore4248.00 William Whittemore, Jr.1264.00 William Whittemore, Jr.10232.William Whittemore, Jr.10232.00 William Whittemore, Jr.39148.00 William Whittemore, Jr.41136.00 Amos Whittemore, Jr.59171.00 Butterfield, Samuel Locke, Esq., and William Whittemore, Jr., be a committee to confer with the co[7 more...]
rs of the late singing-school were authorized to contract with Major Whittemore for the use of his room, to accommodate the Musical Society tolonging to the parish, between the Hayscales and the fence of William Whittemore, Esq. 1832 The Universal Society is mentioned in the rettemore, Daniel Adams, John Tufts, Samuel Locke, Esq., and William Whittemore, Jr., selectmen; Samuel Butterfield, George Prentiss, and Noah eyors of lumber; James Hill and John Tufts, fence-viewers; William Whittemore, Jr., Nathaniel Hill, George Prentiss, Jr., Miles Gardner, fireestate of many descriptions. A card manufactory, set up by William Whittemore and Co. in 1799. The cards are made by machines, an ingeniou Brooks and Miles Gardner, besides the Factory Store kept by William Whittemore & Co., though more business was done by Colonel Russell than e First Parish meeting-house of that date. The mansion of Hon. William Whittemore in the foreground, now occupied by Nathan Robbins, Esq. T
service. Ammi Cutter, 1766, 1767, 1772, 1784, 1786. Thomas Hall, Jr., 1768, 1769. William Whittemore, 1770, 1771 (1772—declined serving—thanks voted for past services), 1782-84. Walter Ruspt. William Adams, 1783, 1784 (1785—declined). Lieut. Daniel Brown, 1785 (declined). William Whittemore, 1785 (1786—excused). Seth Wyman, 1786—excused. Samuel Whittemore, Jr., 1786 (1787—e764. Ephraim Cook, 1765. Samuel Swan, 1767—dismissed. Ebenezer Prentice, 1767. William Whittemore, 1768, 1769. Francis Locke, Jr., 1769. James Perry, 1770. Joseph Belknap, Jr., 17ams, 1807-12. John Tufts, 1807, 1808. Samuel Locke, Esq., 1807 (1808—excused). William Whittemore, Jr., 1807, Esq. 1808. James Hill, 1808. George Prentiss, 1809-12. Thomas Russell, emore, 1835 (excused). Isaac Shattuck, Jr., 1835-38. Benjamin Poland, 1839-42. William Whittemore, Jr. . 1843-45 (resigned). William M. Chase, 1845. Moses Proctor, 1846-52. J
n the town as early as 1832, but without a regular established organization till Aug. 13, 1840, when it was voted to build a meeting-house, and a Society was organized under the name of the First Universalist Society in West Cambridge. The subscribers to a fund for building a Universalist meeting-house in the town of West Cambridge, who petitioned for a warrant for a parish meeting on Aug. 3, 1840, were Henry Frost, Jefferson Cutter, Joseph Locke, William L. Clark, Francis Russell, William Whittemore, Ammi C. Teel, Kimball Farmer, John Fowle, John Jarvis, Jesse P. Pattee, Josiah H. Russell, and Moses Bacon, clerk. The meeting-house was accordingly built in 1840, and dedicated on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1841. On Feb. 21, 1848, the Society voted to petition the General Court for an act of incorporation. The first regular minister was the Rev. J. C. Waldo, whose term of service commenced on the first Sabbath after March 15, 1841. On April 12, following, the Society voted that he be i
ilip, d. 2 June, 1754, a. 18 yrs. Abigail, another dau., then of Charlestown this pct., m. William Whittemore, A. M., of Camb. 12 Oct. 1758. See Wyman's Charlestown, 193. Hephzibah Page, of Hampt Jan. 1769, m. Samuel Cutter (par. 63), 21 Jan. 1787; Anne, b. 25, bap. 30 June, 1771, m. William Whittemore, 2 Feb. 1796; Adam, b. 13, bap. 18 Apr. 1773; Edward, b. 9, bap. 11 June, 1775, d. 2 Aug. tter, 29 Apr. 1783 (par. 31); Elizabeth (twin with Hannah), b. 18, bap. 24 July, 1763, m. William Whittemore, 2 Nov. 1783; Mary Bowman, b. 13, bap. 16 Mar. 1766, m. Isaac Lawrence, 13 Feb. 1791—perha. Stephen P. Day, 9 July, 1809; Maria, bap. 14 Dec. 1793, m. Enos Prentiss, 25 June, 1809; William Whittemore, bap. 20 Nov. 1803. [Mrs. Sally Frost d. 20 Dec. 1847, a. 66.] 13. Seth, s. of Samuel S.N., d. at Frankford Arsenal, 24 June, 1877, a. 55; a native of Arlington, and gr.—son of William Whittemore, Esq.; won his title by bravery displayed at Battle of Mobile, in the late war. John Hanco
Transfer of land, the former southeast corner of Arlington, 1729, 9 Union Grammar School District, 154; School District divided, 152, 154 Universal and Universalist Society, 117,119, 176, 177 Visit of Jerome Bonaparte and his Bride to Whittemore's Card Factory in 1804, 111 Washingtonian Society, 157 Wear Bridge, mill below on Menotomy side, 18 Weir (or Ware ) Bridge, 18, 39; for alewives in Menotomy River, 1636—since Alewife River or Brook, 6; in Mystic River at Menotomy, 6 W 4, 142; Sewing Circle, 141; Social Library, 122, 127, 236, 242; Sketch of, by Isaac Hill, 145-9, 160; Statement of expenses, 1816, 1816, 137,138; to help maintain Charles River Bridge, 3; town incorporated, 8, 114; view of in 1817, 138, 139 Whittemore, Samuel, wounding of, by the British soldiery on April 19, 1776, 75-77 Will of Rev. Samuel Cooke, 101 Winship, Jason, killed by British soldiers, 66, 73-76 Woburn Road; since Mystic Street, 8, 76 Wyman, District Schoolhouse, 152; Ja
Wells, 173 Welsh, 203 Wesson, 145, 245, 316 West, 173 Westcott, 348 Weston, 316, 319, 333 Westwood, 89, 90 Wetherby, 59, 60, 83, 184, 316 Wheeler, 112, 133, 136, 256, 272, 277, 310, 316, 318, 330 Wheelwright, 32 Whiston, 328 Whitcomb, 79 White, 164, 166, 189, 299. 316, 342, 347, 351 Whitefield, 33, 40 Whiting, 2, 23 Whitman, 35, 118, 229 Whitmore, 14, 29, 194, 195, 214, 244, 316, 317, 326 Whitney, 97, 198, 219, 222, 274, 282, 296, 316 Whittemore, 23, 38-40, 48, 58, 75-7, 83, 93-5, 97, 106, 106, 109-13, 115, 117, 118, 120-22, 127, 130, 131, 136-41, 144, 153, 154, 166-71, 177, 188-90, 197, 200, 202, 211, 215, 218-21, 223, 228-30, 233, 238, 240, 270, 277, 278,282, 283, 286, 292, 296, 298, 300, 301, 304, 312,313, 316, 317-21, 324, 328, 341, 342,343, 346. Wigglesworth, 31, 241 Wilber, 346 Wiley, 349 Willard, 189, 321, 332 Williams, 27, 28, 33, 68, 83, 93, 97, 105, 112, 123, 176, 176, 178, 196, 214, 253, 263, 272, 279, 28