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 Backer, John, was found dead in the woods, 25 Feb. 1745, a. 90 yrs. Bacon, Elizabeth, of Bedford, and David Robinson of New Ipswich, m. 4 June, 1794. Balch, Joseph, d. 1 Sept. 1826, a. 88. Captain, a native of Boston, a Revolutionary Patriot (g. s.). Baldwin, Keziah, of Woburn, m. Reuben Johnson, 5 Aug. 1777. She was prob. the Keziah Wyman, who m. Reuel Baldwin of Woburn, 4 Oct. 1769. Ball, Nahum, Doct., adm. to the ch. 28 Oct. 1798, had s. Nahum, bap. 28 Oct. 1798. Doct. Nahum d. 6 Dec. 1810, a. 49. See bell. Barber, Mrs. Abigail, d. 15 Oct. 1804, a. 26. Barker, Mary C. and John Wood, Jr., of Boston, m. 28 Jan. 1841. Barnard, Phebe, and James Fillebrown of Camb. m. 24 May, 1798. (See Paige, 445, 650.) Barr, Thomas, had Dugald, Mary Jane and Janet Buchanan, baptized 19 Feb. 1837 (Damon).1 Barrett, Thomas, and Elizabeth Cook, both Cambridge, m. 6 Dec. 1771. Ruthy, dau. of Thomas—Camb.—bap. 23 July, 1775. (See Paige, 484.) Mrs. Barrett—at the almshouse—d. 18 Apr. 1841, a. 39. Barry or Berry. Woman from Boston at Mr. Barry's, d. 11 Apr. 1746. James, d. 21 June, 1748, a. 53. Widow Elizabeth —old age—d. 21 Apr. 1765, a. 70. Pina—Indian servant—late Mrs. Barry's—d. 2 Feb. 1776, a. 84. Bathrick, Elizabeth, W. Of John, was adm. to Pct. ch. 10 Aug. 1740; she d. 18 June, 1747, a. 39. John, her husband, adm. to the ch. 17 May, 1747. Had Hannah, b. 30 Aug., bap. 6 Sept. 1741, adm. Pct. ch. 21 Sept. 1766; Josias or Josiah, b. 3, bap. (15) Dec.
1 Thomas Barr, b. at Glasgow, Scotland, in 1802, d. at his residence 89 Concord Street, Lawrence, June 14, 1879, at the age of 77 years. He early removed to this country, and spent most of his life in Lawrence and in Lowell, though he carried on the business of a block printer at Taunton, Arlington and Burlington. He joined the Odd Fellows at Taunton in 1828, being the oldest Odd Fellow perhaps in the state. At his decease he was a member of Merrimack Lodge, Lowell. He was also a member of the Grand Lodge and was at one time grand warden. He joined the Masons in Lowell in 1845. At his death the family consisted of a widow and five children, Col. Barr of the U. S. A., stationed at St. Paul, being one of them.His place of business in Arlington was at Schouler's mill. When Bethel Lodge, No. 12, Arlington, was reinstituted in 1866, he was one of its most energetic supporters. He was an honored guest when this lodge dedicated its new and elegant hall in Bank Block, and on that occasion made a pleasant congratulatory address.—Essex Eagle; Arlington Advocate.
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