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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6., Strangers in Medford, (continued from vol. 4, no. 2). (search)
those days to many a poor soul battling with poverty. There was only one deeper abyss of misery, and that was imprisonment for debt in the common gaol. Heber Reginald Bishop. The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record for April prints a sketch, with portrait, of Heber Reginald Bishop, who died in New York, December 10Heber Reginald Bishop, who died in New York, December 10, 1902. Mr. Bishop was born in Medford, March 11, 1840, and was the youngest son of Nathaniel Holmes Bishop and Mary Smith Farrar. He was educated at the Medford High School and at the academy in North Yarmouth, Maine. In 1856, he began his business career, and five years after was the head of a prosperous house in Cuba, wheMr. Bishop was born in Medford, March 11, 1840, and was the youngest son of Nathaniel Holmes Bishop and Mary Smith Farrar. He was educated at the Medford High School and at the academy in North Yarmouth, Maine. In 1856, he began his business career, and five years after was the head of a prosperous house in Cuba, where he remained until 1876, when he returned to this country. He then became interested in some of the largest enterprises in New York city, and spent his leisure time in travelling and collecting art treasures from all lands. Mr. Bishop presented to the Metropolitan Museum of Art one of the finest collections of jade in exis