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. Mary P. Torrey. The last three long since disappeared. The three-story brick house which came next, land which is still standing, was owned and occupied by Edward Cutter. I do not remember any house between the Cutter house and the house at the top of the hill, at the fork of the Winter Hill Road, and what is now Main street. Previous to this time it had been occupied by Hon. Edward Everett. In 1842, or about that time, the house was owned and occupied by John S. Edgerly. The late Hon. George 0. Brastow, one of the best-known citizens of Somerville, used to call Mr. Edgerly the Winter Hill Eagle. The house is still standing. The next was a house owned and occupied by Thomas S. Woodbury, and was afterwards burnt. I think the next was one owned and occupied by John David Bolles. I do not remember that there was any house on the westerly slope of the hill. There was a three-story wooden house about opposite the Powder House, but I do not know who owned it or who lived in
Edward, I.—34, 35, 36; III.—23 to 25; IV.—28. Bradbury, Charles. III.—19. Bradbury House, III.—19. Brastow, Captain George O., I.—33, 34; III.—20, 23; IV.—22. Brastow School. III.—17. Bray, Major, robbery of, IV.—12. Breed's Hill, treet, III.—12. Camp Misery, Va., IV.—26. Cape Elizabeth, I.—34. Capen, President, I.—14, 20. Cartwright, Colonel George W., I.—30. Catholic Parochial School, Somerville, III.—17. Cedar Mountain, I.—3, 6; III.—24, 25. Cedar Streey, wife of Nathaniel Tufts, I.—24. Pierce, Mary, wife of John Stone, I.—24. Pierce, Thomas, II.—29. Pierson, Colonel George H., IV.—24. Pierson, Rev. William H., I.—11, 14. Pierson, Rev. William H., Address by, I.—19. Pillsbury, L. idge, IV.—9. Wesley Square, III.—18. West Boston Bridge, 1793, II.—9. West Cambridge Line, III.—20. West, Captain George W., I.—34, 35; III.—24, 25; IV.—30. West, Mrs., George, I.