d, on the northeast corner of Fulton and Salem streets, is standing  and within a comparatively few years was occupied by his family.
The burying ground on Cross street, new in 1829, has within its crowded boundaries the dust of many of the ship building mechanics who were laid to rest within hearing of the
Sound of hammers, blow on blow Knocking away the shores and spurs.
Furness' corner is now officially named Winthrop square. The Furness homestead was the old home of Parson Turell, and after the Furness family left, it was owned and occupied by Jonathan Porter.
It was torn down some years ago.
Purchase street, we regret to say, has been changed to Winthrop street. The highway was laid out after the land had been bought for the purpose.
The money it cost was well spent, as it shortened the distance to Woburn and avoided the toilsome climb up Simonds' hill.
The name Purchase street commemorated the investment.
Grove street still keeps its old name.