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Cambridge Rail Road, before the organization under its charter, has been prepared from the papers in possession of Wm. Wilkins Warren of Boston, a native of West Cambridge, who, then residing in this town, took an active part in the proceedings of io the Town. Pursuant to this notice a large number attended the meeting, at which Col. Thomas Russell presided and Wm. W. Warren was chosen secretary. The Hon. James Russell, Doctor Wellington, John Schouler, and several others, advocated the buollowing, before the committee of the Legislature, Hon. G. Washington Warren appearing for the Lexington petition, and W. W. Warren for that of West Cambridge, it was agreed by a compromise, that the two enterprises should be merged in one, and an ace new corporation took place at Cutler's tavern in Lexington, April 14, 1845. Larkin Turner was chosen President, and W. W. Warren, Secretary. The act of incorporation was accepted, and a committee of nine was chosen to cause books of subscription
Susan Ann, both bap. 5 July, 1812. Susanna, prob. his wife, was adm. to the ch. 28 June, 1812, and dism. thence to the 1st ch. in Charlestown 6 Apr. 1817. 4. Ebenezer, m. Rebecca Prentiss, 31 Mar. 1811, and had Ebenezer George, bap. 21 June, 1812, prob. the Ebenezer, Jr., who d. 4 Sept. 1838, a. 27; Marshall Spring, bap. 24 Apr. 1814. 5. Frances Eliza, m. William Schouler, 6 Oct. 1835. Sarah J., m. Oliver W. Blake, 17 Aug. 1842. Daus. of Isaac, s. of Amos (2). Their bro. William Wilkins Warren, born here 1814, was an eminent merchant in St. Thomas, W. I., 1830-40, and retired. He is now a well-known public spirited gentleman, residing in Boston. Warrior—son of—a negro—b. 7 June, d. 10 June, 1741, a. 3 days. Margaret (perhaps Warrow, so called), d. 16 Dec. 1754. [Daniel Worrow, estate taxed 1737, 1742, in Chas.—named by Wyman, 1050.] Watson, Abraham, m. Mary Butterfield, 4 Jan. 1750—fee 48 shillings. Mrs. Mary d. 4 Mar. 1789, a. 93. Isaac, of Medford, m. Ruth Lo