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Shareholders.

No. of Shares
Jonathan Brooks,5
Samuel Train,10
Marcus Whitney,10
Luther Angier,10
Timothy Cotting,5
Galen James,5
John Angier,5
David Kimball,5
Thatcher Magoun, Jr.,5
Henry Porter,5
Joseph Manning, Jr.,5
George W. Porter,5
George L. Stearns5
Thomas R. Peck,5
S. P. Heywood,5
Dudley Hall,5
B. M. Clark,1
Thomas H. Floyd,3
No. of Shares
Thatcher Magoun,10
Nathaniel H. Bishop,10
Andrew Blanchard, Jr.,5
Samuel Kidder,5
Turell Tufts,10
Isaac Sprague,5
Francis R. Bigelow,5
John W. Mulliken,5
Joseph and Milton James,5
Jonathan Porter,5
Waterman & Ewell,2
Nathan Sawyer,2
Isaac and James Wellington,2
Jotham Stetson,3
Isaac H. Haskins,2
James O. Curtis,2
Abner Bartlett,1
Abigail Whitney,5

Under this association, which had for its main purpose the keeping of a temperance house, the building was enlarged. In the upper story of the ell was a large and commodious dance hall. The first landlord under this new arrangement was Mr. Marcus Whitney, and he was succeeded by Messrs. David Carleton and James Bride. The movement for the keeping of a temperance house failed, and in the year 1845 the estate was sold to Mr. Augustus Baker, who kept the house for many years. He was succeeded by Messrs. A. J. Emerson, Peter A. Garvey, Daniel K. Emerson, Charles H. Day and J. F. Folsom. The house is at the present time under the management of F. M. Viles, and is known as the Medford Inn.

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