directly to the Engine House on hearing the cry of fire
Then followed the signatures of Zaccheus Wyman, Samuel Teel Jun, Jonathan Brooks, John Dickson, Isaac Brooks, Joseph Wyman Jr, James T Floyd, Daniel Wier, Patrick Roach, Wm Harris, Leonard Bucknam, Isaac Floyd, John Symmes 3d, Joseph Bucknam
[On same page, in same expert hand as before]
At a meeting appointed by the company and held at the house of Mr J. Johnson on Monday the fourth day of JanY 1088 . . .
Voted that Zaccheus
Reference to the town-meeting records shows that after discussion at several meetings, on April 6, 1829, it was voted to purchase a new engine for the west part of the town, and the committee for that purpose, Samuel Train, John Bishop, Leonard Bucknam, were directed to dispose of the old engine.
The new engine was called Extinguisher No. 2, and in 1837 received name of General Jackson, in honor of the President.
There is no reference to the new one in the old record book, and the last