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Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909, Report of the Committee on Necrology of the Somerville Historical Society. (search)
f Charlestown, and for two years served as commander. Mr. Sawyer was for nearly half a century president of the 999th Artillery Association of Charlestown. He was also an Odd Fellow, a member of the Manomet Club, and president for two years of the Training Field School Association in Charlestown. He married Julia A. Heal, of Belmont, Me., who died in 1894. One son survives his parents, Dr. Edward K. Sawyer, born in 1868. L. Frank Arnold was born in Somerville September 4, 1845, son of Leonard and Irene G. (Clark) Arnold. He lived in Somerville all his life. He attended the old Prospect Hill School, was employed for many years as a bookkeeper, and afterward for six years kept a boarding and baiting stable for horses in Boston. Mr. Arnold was a member of John Abbot Lodge, A. F. and A. M., since 1867, and was also a member of Highland Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. He was the only resident of Somerville that enjoyed membership in the Society of Cincinnati—an order formed b
ead! yet death can scarcely chill His smiling beauties, though he lay With cold, extended limbs, for still His face looked fairer than the day. Nancy Jane, wife of Albert Kenneson, died July 9, 1856, aged 32 yrs. 1 mo. She has gone to Heaven before us, But she turns and waves her hand, Pointing to the glories o'er us In that happy spirit land. ‘Not dead, but sleepeth.’ Jonathan C. Clark, died May 26, 1841, aged 36 years. Not lost, but gone before. Irene Adalaid, daughter of Leonard and Irene G. Arnold, died June 21, 1855, aged 4 yrs. and 7 mos. Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven. John Leland, Jr., died of Small Pox Jan. 8, 1840, aged 46 years. Go home, dear friends, Dry up your tears, I must lie here Till Christ appears. Francis Green, died Mar. 22, 1848, Ae 41. See noble manhood laid in dust, The loved one sleeps among the dead; In Christ 'mid death he put his trust, To him we trust his soul has fled. Joseph Swett, died Sept. 4, 1849, aged 40 years.