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Barnet (Vermont, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
Thomas Henry Norton. On the twelfth of July last occurred the death of Thomas H. Norton. For two years he had been in ill health and the end came peacefully at his farm in Barnet, Vt., where he had spent much of his life after a severe accident he sustained about thirty years ago, and where he was buried. He was born in Medford on January 7, 1854, the son of John H. and Martha Huffmaster Norton, on the estate which had been his grandfather's, at the corner of High and Allston stree interests and local affairs. He took an active interest in the Royall house and the Historical Society, of which he was long a member. He gave unostentatiously to local charities and, though not a member, was a constant attendant at worship at the West Medford Congregational Church. On December 22, 1880, he married Lilla M. Strobridge of Barnet, Vt., who survives him, as does also a younger brother, Benjamin, who with Thomas were the only two of six children who grew to maturity. —H. G
Thomas Henry Norton. On the twelfth of July last occurred the death of Thomas H. Norton. For two years he had been in ill health and the end came peacefully at his farm in Barnet, Vt., where he had spent much of his life after a severe accident he sustained about thirty years ago, and where he was buried. He was born in Medford on January 7, 1854, the son of John H. and Martha Huffmaster Norton, on the estate which had been his grandfather's, at the corner of High and Allston streets. His grandfather, Thomas Huffmaster, a Hessian soldier who had been taken prisoner and settled here after the war, met with a tragic end after the great tornado of August 23, 1851. The roof of a house near by was blown over, crushing in the ell of his own, where he sat at the window. Mr. Norton grew up and followed his father's trade as a carpenter, assisting him in the construction of many buildings, continuing thus until his accident. He then gave up active work, devoting his time to
Lilla M. Strobridge (search for this): chapter 19
ndfather, Thomas Huffmaster, a Hessian soldier who had been taken prisoner and settled here after the war, met with a tragic end after the great tornado of August 23, 1851. The roof of a house near by was blown over, crushing in the ell of his own, where he sat at the window. Mr. Norton grew up and followed his father's trade as a carpenter, assisting him in the construction of many buildings, continuing thus until his accident. He then gave up active work, devoting his time to his tenement interests and local affairs. He took an active interest in the Royall house and the Historical Society, of which he was long a member. He gave unostentatiously to local charities and, though not a member, was a constant attendant at worship at the West Medford Congregational Church. On December 22, 1880, he married Lilla M. Strobridge of Barnet, Vt., who survives him, as does also a younger brother, Benjamin, who with Thomas were the only two of six children who grew to maturity. —H. G
andfather, Thomas Huffmaster, a Hessian soldier who had been taken prisoner and settled here after the war, met with a tragic end after the great tornado of August 23, 1851. The roof of a house near by was blown over, crushing in the ell of his own, where he sat at the window. Mr. Norton grew up and followed his father's trade as a carpenter, assisting him in the construction of many buildings, continuing thus until his accident. He then gave up active work, devoting his time to his tenement interests and local affairs. He took an active interest in the Royall house and the Historical Society, of which he was long a member. He gave unostentatiously to local charities and, though not a member, was a constant attendant at worship at the West Medford Congregational Church. On December 22, 1880, he married Lilla M. Strobridge of Barnet, Vt., who survives him, as does also a younger brother, Benjamin, who with Thomas were the only two of six children who grew to maturity. —H. G
andfather, Thomas Huffmaster, a Hessian soldier who had been taken prisoner and settled here after the war, met with a tragic end after the great tornado of August 23, 1851. The roof of a house near by was blown over, crushing in the ell of his own, where he sat at the window. Mr. Norton grew up and followed his father's trade as a carpenter, assisting him in the construction of many buildings, continuing thus until his accident. He then gave up active work, devoting his time to his tenement interests and local affairs. He took an active interest in the Royall house and the Historical Society, of which he was long a member. He gave unostentatiously to local charities and, though not a member, was a constant attendant at worship at the West Medford Congregational Church. On December 22, 1880, he married Lilla M. Strobridge of Barnet, Vt., who survives him, as does also a younger brother, Benjamin, who with Thomas were the only two of six children who grew to maturity. —H. G
Thomas Huffmaster (search for this): chapter 19
the twelfth of July last occurred the death of Thomas H. Norton. For two years he had been in ill health and the end came peacefully at his farm in Barnet, Vt., where he had spent much of his life after a severe accident he sustained about thirty years ago, and where he was buried. He was born in Medford on January 7, 1854, the son of John H. and Martha Huffmaster Norton, on the estate which had been his grandfather's, at the corner of High and Allston streets. His grandfather, Thomas Huffmaster, a Hessian soldier who had been taken prisoner and settled here after the war, met with a tragic end after the great tornado of August 23, 1851. The roof of a house near by was blown over, crushing in the ell of his own, where he sat at the window. Mr. Norton grew up and followed his father's trade as a carpenter, assisting him in the construction of many buildings, continuing thus until his accident. He then gave up active work, devoting his time to his tenement interests and loc
Martha Huffmaster Norton (search for this): chapter 19
nd came peacefully at his farm in Barnet, Vt., where he had spent much of his life after a severe accident he sustained about thirty years ago, and where he was buried. He was born in Medford on January 7, 1854, the son of John H. and Martha Huffmaster Norton, on the estate which had been his grandfather's, at the corner of High and Allston streets. His grandfather, Thomas Huffmaster, a Hessian soldier who had been taken prisoner and settled here after the war, met with a tragic end after the great tornado of August 23, 1851. The roof of a house near by was blown over, crushing in the ell of his own, where he sat at the window. Mr. Norton grew up and followed his father's trade as a carpenter, assisting him in the construction of many buildings, continuing thus until his accident. He then gave up active work, devoting his time to his tenement interests and local affairs. He took an active interest in the Royall house and the Historical Society, of which he was long a member
Thomas Henry Norton (search for this): chapter 19
Thomas Henry Norton. On the twelfth of July last occurred the death of Thomas H. Norton. For two years he had been in ill health and the end came peacefully at his farm in Barnet, Vt., where he had spent much of his life after a severe accident he sustained about thirty years ago, and where he was buried. He was born in Medford on January 7, 1854, the son of John H. and Martha Huffmaster Norton, on the estate which had been his grandfather's, at the corner of High and Allston streeThomas H. Norton. For two years he had been in ill health and the end came peacefully at his farm in Barnet, Vt., where he had spent much of his life after a severe accident he sustained about thirty years ago, and where he was buried. He was born in Medford on January 7, 1854, the son of John H. and Martha Huffmaster Norton, on the estate which had been his grandfather's, at the corner of High and Allston streets. His grandfather, Thomas Huffmaster, a Hessian soldier who had been taken prisoner and settled here after the war, met with a tragic end after the great tornado of August 23, 1851. The roof of a house near by was blown over, crushing in the ell of his own, where he sat at the window. Mr. Norton grew up and followed his father's trade as a carpenter, assisting him in the construction of many buildings, continuing thus until his accident. He then gave up active work, devoting his time t
Thomas Henry Norton. On the twelfth of July last occurred the death of Thomas H. Norton. For two years he had been in ill health and the end came peacefully at his farm in Barnet, Vt., where he had spent much of his life after a severe accident he sustained about thirty years ago, and where he was buried. He was born in Medford on January 7, 1854, the son of John H. and Martha Huffmaster Norton, on the estate which had been his grandfather's, at the corner of High and Allston streets. His grandfather, Thomas Huffmaster, a Hessian soldier who had been taken prisoner and settled here after the war, met with a tragic end after the great tornado of August 23, 1851. The roof of a house near by was blown over, crushing in the ell of his own, where he sat at the window. Mr. Norton grew up and followed his father's trade as a carpenter, assisting him in the construction of many buildings, continuing thus until his accident. He then gave up active work, devoting his time t
January 7th, 1854 AD (search for this): chapter 19
Thomas Henry Norton. On the twelfth of July last occurred the death of Thomas H. Norton. For two years he had been in ill health and the end came peacefully at his farm in Barnet, Vt., where he had spent much of his life after a severe accident he sustained about thirty years ago, and where he was buried. He was born in Medford on January 7, 1854, the son of John H. and Martha Huffmaster Norton, on the estate which had been his grandfather's, at the corner of High and Allston streets. His grandfather, Thomas Huffmaster, a Hessian soldier who had been taken prisoner and settled here after the war, met with a tragic end after the great tornado of August 23, 1851. The roof of a house near by was blown over, crushing in the ell of his own, where he sat at the window. Mr. Norton grew up and followed his father's trade as a carpenter, assisting him in the construction of many buildings, continuing thus until his accident. He then gave up active work, devoting his time t
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