rdens and vestry.
The invitation included all past and present members and others interested in the church, and the occasion was one of especial interest.
Grace Church, Medford, is the creation of that transcendent artist, Henry Hobson Richardson, architect of Trinity Church, Boston; Grace Church, Springfield; the Capitol at Albany, and Woburn Public Library.
It is situated on High street, nearly opposite the site of the First, or Unitarian, Church and occupies one-third of the old Timothy Bigelow property, consisting of about fifty thousand square feet.
The other two-thirds are owned by James W. Tufts.
The style of the church is Gothic, with a sharply sloping roof, acutely pointed windows and a tower ninety feet in height, surmounted by an iron cross.
The material is the cobble stone or boulder of the field, with trimmings of hewn granite.
The external roof is of slate, with metal cresting.
The interior finish is of open timber work, colored brown.
The nave and aisles unde
ed lawyer who ever lived in Medford.
Hon. Timothy Bigelow has left a great name—a learned and disnd public demands of duty.
His father, Col. Timothy Bigelow, was actively engaged in the early move by the absence of the patriot father.
Timothy Bigelow, Esq., son of Col. Timothy and Anna (Andrking a fee, and then received a pistareen.
Mr. Bigelow was endowed with ready apprehension, and anSamuel Dana, Jr., another noted lawyer, and Mr. Bigelow became the leaders of the Middlesex bar. Thsocial life they were the best of friends.
Mr. Bigelow was a prominent Federalist, and took an act, William Prescott and Harrison Gray Otis, Mr. Bigelow represented Boston in that famous political immortality.
So lived and passed the Hon. Timothy Bigelow, whose life and service may well be row was elected.
The old town records read: Mr. Bigelow then rose and thanked the town for the hono that the thanks of the town be tendered to Mr. Bigelow for his services as their representative fo[6 more...]