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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 14., Some Medford farmers who had milk routes in Boston in the Thirties and forties. (search)
d Isaac Wellington. Isaac died aged 93. Oliver M. Gale, died in Indicates an uncertainty.Malden. Horatio A. Smith, died 1897, aged 95, in Medford. Edmund Symmes, died 1843, aged 48, in Medford. —Beard, on Joseph Wyman Farm. Joseph Wyman, died 18—, in Medford. Albert and Octavius Smith. Octavius died 1845, aged 26, in Medford. Albert died 1891, aged 84. John C. Magoun, Indicates an uncertainty. on the Edward Brooks Farm. Stoddard, on the J. Q: Adams Farm at West oday. —— ——lived on the Joseph Wyman farm on Winthrop street, now owned by the Russells. Adjoining Oak Grove Cemetery. The house was replaced by a modern one. The barn, which stood across the street, was burned a few years ago. I think Joseph Wyman, when he gave up the stage-coach, was on the milk route a short time. He sold the farm to William A. Russell, who came from Somerville. Albert Smith's farm was on Woburn street. His father came from Lexington in 1810, leasing what was
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 14., Medford men's Monumental money. (search)
Medford men's Monumental money. The following names and sums appear in the list of contributors from Medford to the erection of Bunker Hill Monument:— Jonathan Angier$5 Nathan Adams5 Nathan Adams, Jr.5 John Brooks30 Jonathan Brooks10 A. S. V. Brooks5 John Brooks5 S. R. Brooks10 Charles Brooks10 Elizabeth Brooks10 Alfred Brooks10 Lucy A. Brooks10 Abner Bartlett5 Andrew Bigelow5 Leonard Bucknam5 Dudley Hall40 Dudley C. Hall5 Frederic D. Hall5 Ebenezer Hall10 Charles J. Hall$5 Edward B. Hall5 Wm. P. Huntington5 Joseph Manning5 Joseph Manning, Jr.5 Jonathan Porter5 Joseph Swan5 Benjamin L. Swan100 D. Swan5 Timothy Swan10 Caleb Swan10 Watts Turner5 Turell Tufts5 William Ward10 Samuel Ward5 William Ward, 3d5 John G. Ward5 Joseph Wyman, Jr.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 14., The ancient name Menotomy and the river of that name. (search)
the Great river. Little river has remained as the name of the outlet of Spy pond, which was sometimes called Menotomy pond, while Menotomy river was the outlet of Fresh pond. In the Cambridge Town Records, 1630-1703, we find the river called Menotomies, Menotomy, Notomy, and Winattime; in the Proprietors' Records, 1635-1829, it is given Menotomy, Manotomie, and Menotamye; the Commissioners' Records, 1638-1802, give Winotamies, and Menotomies river. Paige calls it Menotomy river, and Wyman refers to Menotomy river no less than forty times between 1637 and 1808, and once to Alewife river, in 1818. Cutter gives Menotomy river, and there have been found in the Middlesex Registry no less than thirty deeds between the years 1646 and 1794, in which Menotomy river is mentioned; it was also referred to as little river or Menottomy river in 1763. Menotomy is the form of spelling used by far the greater number of times in the above records, and as the records show, Menotomy river was