Browsing named entities in Historic leaves, volume 1, April, 1902 - January, 1903. You can also browse the collection for Charles Miller or search for Charles Miller in all documents.

Your search returned 9 results in 3 document sections:

Weston,1,205 Wilmington,877 Winchester,1,253 Woburn,3,954 ——— Total,161,385 Census of 1840,106,611 Inc. in 10 years,54,774 ——— Somerville town Government for 1851-52. Selectmen, John S. Edgerly (chairman), Thomas J. Leland, Charles Miller, Chester Guild, John Runey. Treasurer, Robert Vinal. School Committee, Augustus R. Pope (chairman), Edwin Leigh (secretary), Charles Forster, Fitch Cutter, George O. Brastow, Edwin Munroe, Jr., Isaac F. Shepard. Town clerk, Charles E. Collector, Hugh Moore. Auditors, Columbus Tyler, Edward L. Stevens, Samuel T. Frost. Fence Viewers, Hugh Moore, William A. Tufts, David A. Sanborn. Field Drivers, Hugh Moore, Theodore Palmer, Warren S. Leland. Sealer of Leather, Charles Miller. Tythingman, Samuel C. Bradshaw, Jr. Sealer of Weights and Measures, Leonard Arnold. Surveyors of Wood and Bark, John C. Tenney, D. A. Marrett, Gilman Griffin, George A. Sanborn. Surveyor of Highways, Abram Welch. Justices
iage, and all the repairs put on the street did not keep it in good condition, though enough money was expended to make it one of the best in the town. Till 1870 there were no added buildings, and about five years later, I think, Boston street was opened and a few houses built, and, later still, more. We made our own sidewalk, put a lamp at the foot of the street, one neighbor helping in this, and felt we were getting into city ways, and were happy. The taking of Prospect hill to fill Miller's river gave a large tract of land that has been well improved, and the old hill is now a place of pleasant residences. It is interesting to look back and see how Somerville has grown in all these years. I am not sure what the population was at that time, but I can tell something of the schools and churches. The high school had been built about two years, and I am told there was great opposition to it, many thinking it was a useless expense for so few pupils. There was a wooden schoo
ord. Merrill, Asa, teamster, h. Medford. Middleton, Rev. Mr., h. Dane. Miller, Charles, b. clothing dealer, h. Beacon. Miller, James, provision dealer, h.Miller, James, provision dealer, h. Beacon. Miller, William, plumber, h. Bow. Miller, Joseph, h. Medford. Miller, James N., yeoman, h. Broadway. Miller, David, carpenter, h. Russell. MilMiller, William, plumber, h. Bow. Miller, Joseph, h. Medford. Miller, James N., yeoman, h. Broadway. Miller, David, carpenter, h. Russell. Mills, Elisha, dealer in empty casks, h. Lime. Mills, James L., cooper, h. Lime. Metcalf, Simeon M., h. near Cambridge. Moore, Hugh, constable and collector, h.Miller, Joseph, h. Medford. Miller, James N., yeoman, h. Broadway. Miller, David, carpenter, h. Russell. Mills, Elisha, dealer in empty casks, h. Lime. Mills, James L., cooper, h. Lime. Metcalf, Simeon M., h. near Cambridge. Moore, Hugh, constable and collector, h. Walnut. Moore, Abraham M., yeoman, h. front of Walnut. Mountfort, Nathaniel, cooper, h. Lime. More, Peter, laborer, h. Cambridge. Montague, Robert, laborMiller, James N., yeoman, h. Broadway. Miller, David, carpenter, h. Russell. Mills, Elisha, dealer in empty casks, h. Lime. Mills, James L., cooper, h. Lime. Metcalf, Simeon M., h. near Cambridge. Moore, Hugh, constable and collector, h. Walnut. Moore, Abraham M., yeoman, h. front of Walnut. Mountfort, Nathaniel, cooper, h. Lime. More, Peter, laborer, h. Cambridge. Montague, Robert, laborer, h. Beacon. Morrison, Nathaniel P., yeoman, h. Broadway. Moulton, Ira, carpenter, h. Sycamore. Murphy, Patrick, laborer, h. Garden court. Murray, RichaMiller, David, carpenter, h. Russell. Mills, Elisha, dealer in empty casks, h. Lime. Mills, James L., cooper, h. Lime. Metcalf, Simeon M., h. near Cambridge. Moore, Hugh, constable and collector, h. Walnut. Moore, Abraham M., yeoman, h. front of Walnut. Mountfort, Nathaniel, cooper, h. Lime. More, Peter, laborer, h. Cambridge. Montague, Robert, laborer, h. Beacon. Morrison, Nathaniel P., yeoman, h. Broadway. Moulton, Ira, carpenter, h. Sycamore. Murphy, Patrick, laborer, h. Garden court. Murray, Richard, h. near asylum. Munroe, Edwin, Jr., b. grain dealer, h. Walnut. Munroe, Charles, h. Medford. Munroe, William, wheelwright, h. Cambridge. Munroe, Benja