called Meetinghouse hill, taken down by Mr. Thatcher Magoun about 1835. Mr. Leathe was a shoemaker e and died, and now owned and occupied by Thatcher Magoun.
Mr. Swan also noted, that Thatcher MThatcher Magoun, Sr., came to Medford about 1803, married Miss Mary Bradshaw of Medford, died April 16, 1856, h of Mrs. Capt. Ward, aged 70, in 1831, Thatcher Magoun, Jr., bought the Captain Ward place, into whand that after his widow's death in 1831, Thatcher Magoun bought it.
A careful examination of th a copy of it,—and incidentally were told by Mr. Magoun how much he paid his designer for it, addingticeable and much admired.
At about 1873, Mr. Magoun erected another building at the lower corner structure was the Magoun cow stable.
After Mr. Magoun's decease his successor in residence transfothe erection of the armory.
Also in 1873, Mr. Magoun added the front terrace and portico to the hy.
He later added $4,000 for same.
After Mr. Magoun's decease the former care of the grounds and[1 more...]