l is gravel; subsoil, sandstone.
The land is chiefly in pasture.
The area is 1,376 acres. The population is included in Stone parish.
Letters through Stone, by messenger, and Stone is the nearest money order and telegraph office.
The children of this place attend the school at Stone.
We regret that we cannot in this issue present the beautiful views mentioned, but hope to in the near future.
By the above it will be seen that the English Medford, now called Meaford (pronounced Mefford), is not a municipality, but is an outlying village or hamlet adjoining the town (or city) of Stone, being counted in its census return and served by its post office.
In reading the above, and also a Kelly's Directory of earlier date (in Boston), we are reminded of the acreage and extent of the Brooks estate in West Medford, and also of that little village and its facilities as we found it in 1870, and also of the relation it bore to the Medford of that time.
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