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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18., An old-time Public and private School teacher of Medford, Massachusetts. (search)
Hall by the advanced pupils of the school. Mr. Hathaway was interested in athletic games, always coanguage and elocution in the larger room to Mr. Hathaway. He always seemed to be suffering from a hut street, but used as a dwelling-house. Mr. Hathaway had a fine sense of humor, as illustrated bkins, Rector of Grace Episcopal Church, and Mr. Hathaway were college classmates, and each was buildt West Medford, and was built upon a rock. Mr. Hathaway's house was, as has been before stated, at , in the year 1851, it was found that while Mr. Hathaway's house, being outside the path of the tornketh he standeth take heed lest he fall. Mr. Hathaway served upon the school committee of Medfordhe Bishop estate. Five children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway: Edward Kimball Hathaway, borMrs. Hathaway: Edward Kimball Hathaway, born in Woburn, August 19, 1838, drowned in Mystic River, just below Cradock bridge, Medford, July 9, d. Charles Stanton. Grandchildren of A. K. Hathaway. children of Thomas Chase Thurlow and S[2 more...]
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18., The Society's meetings, season 1914-1915. (search)
was made the more vivid by numerous views, most of which were secured by his own camera and shown by Mr. Brayton. On December 21 another of our members, Mrs. Augusta Brigham, favored us with her story of Ten Soldier Brothers in the Revolution, an uncommon occurrence, and the story most interestingly told. At the January, or annual, meeting the reports were made and election of officers took place, prior to which former president John H. Hooper read the highly interesting account of A. K. Hathaway, An Old Medford Schoolmaster, who was known to the older members of the society. The speaker on February 15 was Mr. George G. Wolkins of the Old South Historical Association, and his subject The Old South Meeting-house. The speaker dealt with the earlier history of the church more particularly; also at less extent, with the meetinghouse, and the means by which it has been preserved. The same was replete with interest, and a goodly number were present. March 15 was Old Home Eveni