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mes. Our secretary notes it thus: A vivid account of the street as he knew it in the ‘70s, illustrating his talk with his own drawings of its houses and ships at the shipyard. On the blackboard he drew a vessel in construction, explaining as he proceeded; also pictures of Deacon James' horse and carriage and of the deacon on foot, with high hat and shawl, carrying a cane. A sketch of him in a sleigh, accompanied by the real sleigh-bells seemed like a real sleigh-ride. Messrs. Curtin and Cushing and Mr. and Mrs. Leavens participated in the half-hour of reminiscence which followed. The December meeting on the 18th was also held, for convenience, in the Mystic vestry. Prof. Arthur I. Andrews spoke on The Balkans and United States' Influence There, illustrating with views taken by himself,—a most excellent address but not largely attended. The annual meeting was held on January 15, 1923, in the slave quarters of the Royall house. It proved to be a very cold night and but few w
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., My Revolutionary ancestors: major Job Cushing, Lieutenant Jerome Lincoln, Walter Foster Cushing (search)
My Revolutionary ancestors: major Job Cushing, Lieutenant Jerome Lincoln, Walter Foster Cushing Compiled by Elizabeth Cushing Lincoln TH living in Cohasset at this time two young men friends. One was Job Cushing; the other was Jerome Lincoln. They went to college together ameeting house to store the same. My Revolutionary ancestor, Captain Job Cushing, was getting the militia into shape for marching as fast as the British army of ten thousand drilled troops out of Boston. Job Cushing was an active captain throughout the war, in the state forces. s was Jerome Lincoln, whose name appears on the muster roll of Captain Cushing's company for two months service. He was next with Colonel Gren. Jerome applied for a pension at the age of seventy-nine. Major Job Cushing married Abigail Pierce of Scituate. There were four children, Job Cushing, Jr., being the eldest. This son, Job, married Elizabeth, daughter of Jerome Lincoln. She was the twelfth of the fourteen chi