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es of this city. As we have examined the records, tender thoughts have filled our minds as we read the names of those whose faces were familiar to us, and found it hard to realize that they have passed on. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley C. Hall, Mrs. Thomas S. Harlow and her sister, Mrs. Fitch, Miss Helen Porter, Miss Almira Stetson, Mrs. Matilda T. Haskins, Mrs. George F. Lane, Messrs. Elijah B. Smith, Cleopas Johnson, David Osgood Kidder and eighteen others, resident in Medford, have died within theived here continuously, or for the greater part of their lives, and who are now residents. Henry Richardson, b. June 26, 1818,. Sarah A. (Kimball) Lincoln, b. July 30, 1818. Mary W. (Todd) Roberts, b. May 15, 1819. Mary W. (Blanchard) Harlow, b. March 1, 1821. Elizabeth (Todd) Turner, b. April 18, 1821. William C. Sprague, b. June 13, 1823. Mary M. (Cushing) Weston, b. December 27, 1825. Frederick D. H. Thomas, b. May 8, 1826. James F. Fifield, b. September 15, 1826.
the estate as part of her dower. The estate is described as bounded southerly by the country road, westerly on Henry Fowle's land, easterly on land of Thomas Seacomb and Joseph Thompson. Thompson was a royalist at the time of the revolution and his estate was confiscated by the state and sold to Thomas Patten. The dower estate is also described in a later deed from Benjamin Hall, who acquired the property, to Ebenezer Hall, his brother, who bought of him the estate lately owned by Mrs. Thomas S. Harlow. In this deed the five foot passageway between the houses, as it now exists, is described. Isaac was employed by his brother, Benjamin Hall, a distiller, until January 27, 1775, when he was taken into partnership, and we find a record of the purchase of a distillery from Jno. Dexter by the firm. October 8, 1761, Isaac was married to Abigail, daughter of Ebenezer and Sarah (Cutter) Cutter of Medford, and he and his bride lived with the widowed mother until her death in 1785, in