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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., Medford Historical Society. (search)
urer. Benjamin F. Fenton. Recording Secretary. Herbert A. Weit Corresponding Secretary. Z. George S. T. Fuller. Librarian and Curator. Miss Agnes W. Lincoln. Standing committees. Publication. Miss Helen T. Wild, Chairman. David H. Brown. Henry M. Begien. George S. T. Fuller. H. A. Weitz. Moses W. cy W. Richardson. Papers and addresses. David H. Brown, Chairman. Walter H. Cushing. Charles H. Morss. John H. Hooper. William Cushing Wait. Miss Agnes W. Lincoln Historic Sites. James Hedenberg, Chairman. L. J. Manning. Francis A. Wait. Miss Ella L. Burbank. John F. Libbey. Moses W. Mann. Frederick H. Heraldry. F. H. C. Woolley, Chairman. W. A. Thompson. Percy W. Richardson James Hedenberg. Mrs. J. W. Dalrymple. Library and Collection. Miss A. W. Lincoln, Chairman. Miss M. E. Sargent. Miss Ella A. Leighton. Miss Katharine H. Stone. Abijah Thompson. Benj. F. Fenton. Geo. S. Delano. Wm. Cushing Wait.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., Some old Medford houses and estates. (search)
ooks' History of Medford.) In 1675, when Mr. Edward Collins sold five hundred acres of land situated between Messrs. Brooks and Wheeler's on the west, and land of Mr. Jonathan Wade on the east, to Mr. Caleb Hubbart, who subsequently sold to Mr. John Hall and his associates, three houses only were spoken of as standing on the land. One of these houses was then occupied by Mr. Thomas Willis, and it stood near the junction of Arlington and Canal streets, probably on the triangular lot of Mr. Lincoln. Mr. Willis had set off to him as a part of his share in the division of the estate sixteen acres of land, with the dwelling house formerly in the possession of Mr. Thomas Eames. Within the limits of this sixteen acres were two acres of clayland belonging to Daniel Markham, also a common landing place and claypits. This sixteen-acre lot was situated on Mistick river, and was bounded easterly on the land of Mr. John Hall, Whitmore's brook, so called, being the dividing line, and it exte