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the church and congregation in this town. The religious exercises were in the following order: Introductory prayer, by Rev. Charles Brooks; sermon, by Rev. Dr. Bancroft; prayer of installation, by Rev. Dr. Holmes; charge, by Rev. Dr. Ripley; right hand of fellow-ship, by Rev. James Walker; concluding prayer, by Rev. Convers Francis; benediction, by the pastor. These several services (the prayers excepted) were published together by a vote of the parish. Mr. Bigelow was born in Groton, Mass., May 7, 1795, and graduated at Harvard College 1814. After studying law for a short time, he turned with his whole soul to the study of divinity, and spent some time at Edinburgh, Scotland. May, 1820, he was ordained as an evangelist, and labored with zeal and success at Eastport, Maine, and at Gloucester, Mass.; from which last place he married Miss Amelia Sargent Stanwood. Coming with reputation and experience to the work of the ministry in Medford, he did all that could be done fo
There are some noble scholars in the medical profession who maintain that there are very small advances made in therapeutic science, compared with those in kindred branches. They are awaking to the demands of the age; and the happiest results will in due time follow. Lawyers. The number of lawyers resident in Medford has been very small,--the quarrelling propensities of the people smaller still. Office business has been the chief source of emolument. Hon. Timothy Bigelow came from Groton, to reside in Medford, in 1808; but he relied on the whole county for business, and had as much as, perhaps more than, any other lawyer. Standing so eminently at the bar, he accumulated a fortune by his indefatigable labors. As a senator, a member of the Executive Council, a representative, and speaker of the House, he was placed among the most efficient and accomplished. For many years he represented Medford in the General Court; and during the whole time he filled the speaker's chair wi
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s. p.  194James, d. in Vermont, leaving one child.  195Joseph F., m. Miss Moore, and lives in Groton.  196Abigail, d. 1st, Oliver Spaulding; 2d,----Giles.  197Sarah, d. unmarried.  198Ruth. 43-., 1st, Elizabeth----, who d. Aug. 29, 1663; and 2d, Nov. 2, 1664, Susanna Batchelder. He d. at Groton, July 11, 1667. His seventh child was-- 1-2Enoch Lawrence, b. 5th day, 1st mo., 1648-9; m., Mamon. 1-3Isaac Patch m. Edith Edwards, and lived in Newton, afterwards in Concord, and lastly in Groton, where he d., July 12, 1762, aged 80. His wife survived him, and d. aged about 100 years. His c Hill. Simon was wounded in his thigh at the battle of White Plains; and, being carried home to Groton, died there, Dec. 31, 1776, aged 27. The mother, Sarah (Wright) Patch, after the death of her has an old family tradition reports. He had--  246-247James Tufts, who m., 1st, Phebe Woods, of Groton, and had--  a.Andrew, b. Oct. 11, 1748; d. Oct. 25, 1752.  b.Nathaniel, b. 1746; d. March 20,