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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 2 2 Browse Search
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enjamin Johnson of Boston, Mar. 1805, d. in Camb. 1813; William, b. 20 Feb. 1786, d. 15 Mar. 1806; George, b. and d. 1787; Lydia, b. 11 April 1790, m. Rev. William Frothingham of Belfast, Me., 1821; George Washington, b. 21 July 1792, a merchant in Wiscasset, Me., and afterwards editor of the New York Statesman, d. at Keene 28 Feb. 1829; Rebecca, b. 25 Aug. 1794, unm. Rev. Caleb the f. d. of consumption 7 Feb. 1803; his w. Pamela m. Col. John Waldron of Dover, N. H., 14 Sept. 1809, and d. July 1823, a. 73. 39. William, s. of Henry (28), m. Abigail, dau. of William Bordman, and had David Gorham, bap. 19 Mar. 1780; Susanna, bap. 10 Oct. 1796, m.—— Pond. He had also William, a hackman and afterwards a florist; John; Rebecca. William the f. inherited, in the right of his wife, a part of the Bordman Estate, on North Avenue, and bought 18 May 1779 another portion; but in consequence of thriftless habits, he was reduced to poverty, and d. in the almshouse 23 Sept. 1813; his w. Abigail d
enjamin Johnson of Boston, Mar. 1805, d. in Camb. 1813; William, b. 20 Feb. 1786, d. 15 Mar. 1806; George, b. and d. 1787; Lydia, b. 11 April 1790, m. Rev. William Frothingham of Belfast, Me., 1821; George Washington, b. 21 July 1792, a merchant in Wiscasset, Me., and afterwards editor of the New York Statesman, d. at Keene 28 Feb. 1829; Rebecca, b. 25 Aug. 1794, unm. Rev. Caleb the f. d. of consumption 7 Feb. 1803; his w. Pamela m. Col. John Waldron of Dover, N. H., 14 Sept. 1809, and d. July 1823, a. 73. 39. William, s. of Henry (28), m. Abigail, dau. of William Bordman, and had David Gorham, bap. 19 Mar. 1780; Susanna, bap. 10 Oct. 1796, m.—— Pond. He had also William, a hackman and afterwards a florist; John; Rebecca. William the f. inherited, in the right of his wife, a part of the Bordman Estate, on North Avenue, and bought 18 May 1779 another portion; but in consequence of thriftless habits, he was reduced to poverty, and d. in the almshouse 23 Sept. 1813; his w. Abigail d
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 12., The first Parish in Medford. (search)
ever cherish an affectionate solicitude for your spiritual and immortal welfare. We wish you grace, mercy, and peace from our common Lord. It is our heart's desire that whatever new relations you may form, you may be edified therein, and may be built up in the most holy faith; and we implore of the Lord that both we and you, and all His people may glorify Him in that holiness which becomes His house forever. In May, 1824, the First Parish was formed, independent of town support. From July, 1823, to May, 1824, Mr. Bigelow was paid by the town, after that date Unitarianism ceased to be the State religion in Medford; thus relinquishing a right which, though modified, legally continued till 1833, when all churches in the Commonwealth became dependent on their members for support. After the First Parish was legally constituted, and it was possessed of the property belonging to it by decisions of the highest court in like cases, viz: the meeting house, the land belonging to it, church