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time. It had been occupied previously by John C. Magoun. The one-story Walnut Hill schoolhouse came next. It has ceased to be used for school purposes, but whether it is still on its old site I do not know. Beyond this was the Russell property. There was an old house on it; further than that I know nothing. This brings us to the then West Cambridge, now Arlington. line at Alewife brook. Commencing on the left-hand side at the Charlestown line, pasture land of the heirs of Major Timothy Walker had a frontage on Broadway to the land and house of Ebenezer F. Cutter. Near to it and beyond was the house of Fitch Cutter. These two houses were long ago replaced by more modern structures. On what is now Franklin street, then a rangeway, stood a small, one-story schoolhouse, which was afterwards removed to Winter Hill, and is still standing. At the corners of Cross street, then a rangeway, and called Three-Pole lane, stood two small wooden houses owned and occupied by members
ombly, Joseph Q., painter, h. Cambridge. Twist, Reuben, musician, h. Milk. Tyler, Columbus, steward, McLean asylum. Underwood, Mrs. Hannah, widow, h. Cambridge. Vinal, Robert, town treasurer, h. Bow. Vinal, Robert A., b. grain dealer, h. Walnut. Vinal, Quincy A., b. grain dealer, h. Walnut. Vincent, George, b. F. H. market, h. Leland. Wakefield, James, brickmaker, h. Derby. Ware, John S., b. commission merchant, h. Prospect. Warden, William, potter, h. Cross. Walker, Samuel, tailor, h. on street leading from Prospect school. Watson, John, bleachery. Wiggin, James M., carpenter, h. Milk. Wason, James, provision dealer, h. Cambridge. Waugh, Chandler, teamster at bleachery. Washburn, David, brickmaker, h. Derby. Welch, Abram, surveyor of roads, h. near Milk. Webster, Daniel C., engineer, h. leads from Beacon. West, Henry N., lumber merchant, h. Summer. Weston, Israel A., on railroad, h. Medford. Wells, William, h. Medford.
Nathaniel, I.—22, 23. Tufts, William, 1842, III.—21. Tufts, William Sumner, son of Asa, II.—24. Union Square, L—22, 23; III.—17. Unitarian Church, First, I.—11, 13; III.—17. Universalist Church, First, Cross Street, III.—17. Ursuline Convent, The, II.—13, 14; III.—21. Usher, Lieutenant Governor, IV.—10. United States Ordnance Property, I.—21. United States Infantry, 2nd, I.—34. Vaughan Road, II.—38. Vikings, The, I.—21. Vinal Family, The, I.—24. Walker, Major, Timothy, Estate of, III.—20. Walnut Hill, II.—21, 23. Walnut Hill Schoolhouse, location of, III.—20. Walnut Street, I.—24; III.—14, 20. Walpole, N. H., II.—26. Wardell, William W., IV.—30. Warren, General, II.—29. Warren Institution for Savings, IV.—20. Warrenton, Va., II.—37. Washburn, David, Il—16, 18. Washburn, Governor, of Maine, I.—34. Washington, D. C., I.—33, 36; II.—37, 38; III.—24; IV.—23, 25,