osite Dr. Osgood's) [present Unitarian parsonage], where Capt. Ward from Salem afterward built his house and died, and now oame second wife of Dr. Adams.
After the death of Mrs. Capt. Ward, aged 70, in 1831, Thatcher Magoun, Jr., bought the CaptCaptain Ward place, into which he moved and occupied as before quoted.
And what sort of a place or house was it?
The Benja the lot than the house of Isaac Greenleaf in 1789, and Captain Ward's house, built soon after the death of John Leathe in hrior to the building of the third meetinghouse in 1770. Captain Ward's house was a rectangular structure of two stories, witm High street.
Mr. Swan's writing gives the idea that Capt. Ward's house was built on the site of the Greenleaf barn of 1789, that Capt. Ward died there, and that after his widow's death in 1831, Thatcher Magoun bought it.
A careful examinati and general elaboration added to the original house of Captain Ward we cannot say, but we note the fact of the erection at