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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 4., Incidents and reminiscences of the Fire Department of Medford. (search)
meet and confer with the Fire Wards and Selectmen, that the above resolutions be carried into effect. Signed Dudley Hall,Committee. W. Ward. Committee. Present at the meeting: Doctor Luther Stearns, Selectman and Fire Ward. Thatcher Magoun, Selectman. Nathl. Hall, Esqr., Fire Ward. Andrew Blanchard, Fire Ward. Jonathan Porter, Fire Ward. Your Committee. It was also voted that Resolve 8 be posted. In their records no mention is made of fires at which they dided. That every person entering the company shall pay to the Clerk two dollars to be appropriated to defray the expenses of the company. Attest George W. Porter, Clerk. The first fire on record occurred Thursday, March 13, 1834, at Thatcher Magoun's shipyard; the second, Dec. 30, 1834, on Andrew Blanchard's lumber wharf. These same rules and regulations have been in existence, and were rigidly adhered to by the present company until the department was made a permanent one. In 18
rded while serving their apprenticeship with Mr. Magoun. His ship-yard was opposite, where from 180el Lapham (2d), who became apprenticed to Thatcher Magoun, and, after serving his time, started bus00 and learned the ship-building trade of Thatcher Magoun, in whose family he lived while so doing.he age of eighteen, learning his trade of Thatcher Magoun. Living at first in a double house with ton. Mr. Curtis built twenty-seven vessels at Magoun's yard. In partnership with J. O. Curtis he bhfield, Dec. 31, 1806, was apprenticed to Thatcher Magoun at the age of seventeen. The house at thden. In later years he ran the saw-mill for Mr. Magoun at his ship-yard, afterward going into the c above Oakman Joyce's. In 1856 he worked for Mr. Magoun, and during the Civil War, in the navy yard.cher Magoun S. B. Bourne, Comdr. The Thatcher Magoun is truly an elegant ship extremely sharp 1851 there was constructed by B. F. Delano, at Magoun's yard, the ship Dauntless, of 800 tons, fault[6 more...]