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rriet Bosworth 17 Oct. 1839, and had sons Austin C., and Homer, who reside here; Horatio, b. 6 Sept. 1817, a coal merchant in East Camb., res. at Charlestown; Avis M., b. 27 June 1819, m. Emory A. Mulliken 17 Oct. 1850; Joseph A., b. 12 June 1821, a coal merchant in Chs., resides here. Nehemiah the f. res. in Lex., and d. 11 May 1857, a. 77. 14. Timothy, s. of Timothy (12), m. Maria E. Lord 17 Oct. 1813; she d. 6 Mar. 1816, a. 23, and he m. Lydia Yates 1 Ap. 1819. His chil. were William Williamson, b. 27 July 1814, grad. H. C. 1832, is a physician in Camb.; Francis Edward, bap. 5 Nov. 1820; Maria Eunice, bap. 13 Oct. 1822; George Yates, bap. 22 Ap. 1827; Ellen; Hannah; Joseph A. Tim-Othy the f. was a physician in West Camb., where he d. 6 May 1853, a. 71. 15. Josiah, parentage not ascertained, bought 28 Oct. 1803 the once famous Tavern (which yet stands) on the westerly corner of North Avenue and Beach Street, which he sold to John Davenport 12 Sept. 1806. His dau. Susan m.
rriet Bosworth 17 Oct. 1839, and had sons Austin C., and Homer, who reside here; Horatio, b. 6 Sept. 1817, a coal merchant in East Camb., res. at Charlestown; Avis M., b. 27 June 1819, m. Emory A. Mulliken 17 Oct. 1850; Joseph A., b. 12 June 1821, a coal merchant in Chs., resides here. Nehemiah the f. res. in Lex., and d. 11 May 1857, a. 77. 14. Timothy, s. of Timothy (12), m. Maria E. Lord 17 Oct. 1813; she d. 6 Mar. 1816, a. 23, and he m. Lydia Yates 1 Ap. 1819. His chil. were William Williamson, b. 27 July 1814, grad. H. C. 1832, is a physician in Camb.; Francis Edward, bap. 5 Nov. 1820; Maria Eunice, bap. 13 Oct. 1822; George Yates, bap. 22 Ap. 1827; Ellen; Hannah; Joseph A. Tim-Othy the f. was a physician in West Camb., where he d. 6 May 1853, a. 71. 15. Josiah, parentage not ascertained, bought 28 Oct. 1803 the once famous Tavern (which yet stands) on the westerly corner of North Avenue and Beach Street, which he sold to John Davenport 12 Sept. 1806. His dau. Susan m.
bap. 20 Apr. 1806, m. Eleazer Homer—see Homer; Alfred Augustus, bap. 20 Dec. 1807; Adeline Matilda, bap. 17 Dec. 1809, m. William F. Homer. Col. Wellington m. first, Susanna Reed of Woburn, 23 Apr. 1775— Burlington Church Records. His wid. Elizabeth d. 11 Mar. 1851, a. 83. House at Belmont. 6. Dr. Timothy, m. Maria Eunice Lord, 17 Oct. 1813. Both o. c. Pct. ch. 16 Oct. 1814, and she was adm. to this ch. 18 Feb. 1816. Maria Eunice, adult, was baptized 16 Oct. 1814; and their son William Williamson, bap. 16 Oct. 1814. She d. 6 Mar. 1816, a. 23. Dr. Timo. m. Lydia Yates, 1 Apr. 1819, who o. c. and was bap. this ch. 5 Nov. 1820. Had Francis Edward, bap. 5 Nov. 1820; Maria Eunice, bap. 13 Oct. 1822; George Yates, bap. 22 Apr. 1827; and others. [Dr. Timothy Wellington died in West Cambridge 6 May, 1853, aged 71. He was son of Timothy Wellington, of Lexington, where he was born 8 Oct. 1781 [H. U. 1806]. After completing his professional studies, he settled in W. Camb. as a physic
le for cruisers.--Leaving the vessels at Nassau, he brought plans and specifications descriptive of them. He asked £90,000 sterling each for the vessels. The Secretary of the Navy appointed a board of five naval officers, among whom were Major Wm. Williamson and Commanders J. M. Brooke and J. K. Mitchell, to examine the plans and specifications and report whether or not the Government should buy the vessels at the price fixed. The board reported that the price was excessive, and that the vessupon Cuthbert left the city on his way back to Nassau via Wilmington. Not getting off in the steamer he expected, he was detained in Wilmington, and from that place, on the 12th of March, wrote to each of the members of the board, offering Maj. Williamson and Capt. Brooke $4,000 each in gold, and Capt. Mitchell $6,000 in gold, if they would use their influence to prevail upon the Government to buy his vessels.--In all of these letters he wrote "this is strictly private." Each of the gent
Arrests. --Andrew Lawler, of the Twelfth United States Infantry, was arrested yesterday on a charge of robbing Thomas Toler in the Second Market. William Williamson was arrested, charged with stealing a pair of suspenders. Claiborne Rogers was taken into custody for stealing a horse belonging to Dr. Charles R. Cullen, of Hanover.