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s genial, decided in opinions, active and pushing when a new enterprise in which he was interested was at the front. Three of his six children now occupy the home on Walnut Street. Quincy Adams Vinal was born in Charlestown September 23, 1826, in the vicinity of Union Square. After a successful career in the grain business with his father and brother, and in the grain commission business, he filled many positions of trust in public and private life. He was a trustee of the estate of Charles Tufts, who founded Tufts College, an assessor, representative in the legislature, a member of the common council, and on the board of aldermen. He was a member of the committee to lay out Broadway Park, and spent much time in supervising the work. He was interested in the founding of the Public Library; was the first president of the Somerville National Bank, and a director and president of the Cambridge Gas Company. He was active in the First Congregational Society of Somerville, and was
he Year 1846, Historic Leaves, Vol. 6, April, 1907; Somerville's Development and Progress, Somerville Journal, May 3, 1907; Union Square Before the War, Historic Leaves, Vol. 6, July, 1907; Port Hudson, Historic Leaves, Vol. 7, October, 1908; Charles Tufts, read before the Somerville Historial Society November 24, 1908; Sketch of George O. Brastow, Somerville Journal, December 13, 1908. Mr. Elliot became a member of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers December 17, 1902. He was also a membry ill during the winter of 1907-08. It was thought he had fully recovered from this attack, though his friends noticed a slight diminution of his accustomed vigor. His condition during the evening of November 24, while reading the paper on Charles Tufts before the Somerville Historical Society, caused great anxiety to his family and friends. He was much improved, however, on the following day, and went about his duties as usual. On Saturday, December 5, Mr. Elliot spent the entire day ou
Taunton, Mass., 53. Taunton North Purchase, 53. Taylor, —, 66. Teel, Emeline, 46. Teel, Horatio, 46. Teel, Louisa, 46. Teel, Ruth, 45. Teel, Samuel P., 43. Teel, Thomas E., 46. Ten Hills Farm, 50, 51. Texas, 81. Townsend, Mass., 2, 3, 4. Townsend, Vt., 25. Trumpet, The, 55. Tucker, Abigail (Newell), 55. Tucker, Sibil (Laurence), 55. Tucker, Captain, Stephen, 55. Tucker, Stephen, Jr., 55, 56. Tucker, Zenora, 55. Tufts, Ann Adams, 5. Tufts, Benjamin, 5. Tufts, Charles, 17, 62, 63. Tufts College, 15, 17, 73. Tufts, Elizabeth Perry, 6. Tufts, John, 5. Tufts, Mary, 6. Tufts, Mary Pierce, 6. Tufts, Nathan, 14, 51. Tufts, Nathaniel, 6. Tufts, Peter, 5, 6. Tufts, Captain, Peter, 6. Tufts, Samuel, 7. Tufts, Timothy, 7. Turner, Rev., Edward, 43. Turner, Captain, William, 53. Tyler, Mary E., 26, 30, 31. Tyler, Columbus, 25, 27. Underwood, James, 42, 48. Union Flag Unfurled, 52. Union Ladies' Soldiers' Aid Society, 82. Union, Rock County,