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History of the First Universalist Church in Somerville, Mass. Illustrated; a souvenir of the fiftieth anniversary celebrated February 15-21, 1904 14 4 Browse Search
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The heavy snowstorm of the day kept many from attending, but the affair was a complete social success in every particular. The decorating committee, Mesdames Hayes, Gifford, E. C. Bullard, R. M. Richardson, W. J. Pingree, F. L. Pingree, and L. H. Brown, and Mr. Gifford, made the large vestry look the finest it ever did with their twinings of greenery. The effect was heightened by many ferns, palms, potted plants, and cut flowers from Holmes' Somerville nurseries. Shortly after 8 o'clock a reception was held by Rev. H. D. Maxwell and Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. Lydia A. Shaw, Mrs. L. H. Brown, John F. Mills, A. A. Wyman and wife, Miss Angie Williams, George D. Haven, David Horton, and C. A. Kirkpatrick. The guests were presented by W. E. Bolton, A. W. Glines, G. F. Horton, J. W. Mess, Warren Baldwin, R. K. Goodil, R. Y. Gifford, E. M. Hill, Harry Daniels, James Daniels, Oliver Wyman, Lyle Hersey, Mesdames A. W. Glines, R. Y. Gifford, F. M. Burrows, A. K. Spratt, J. W. Mess, Carrie D. Co
from Somerville Journal, February 26, 1904.) The semi-centennial parish supper of the First Universalist Church on Friday evening of last week was a grand success in every way. Under the direction of the Ladies' Sewing Circle, of which Mrs. Lyman H. Brown is president, nine long tables were spread in the large vestry and two in each of the small vestries, from which was served one of the best suppers that these ladies have ever served, and but few societies have as fine a reputation. Mrs. Mrs. Lyman H. Brown, Mrs. George D. Haven, and Mrs. I. H. Wiley had charge of the supplies in the kitchen, and the guests were served by Mesdames E. C. Hall, Fannie Shaw Graves, J. W. Peak, Ida Smith, Mabelle H. Gooding, J. E. Kelley, Henry S. Barron, A. E. Southworth, W. J. Pingree, R. M. Richardson, P. B. S. Thayer, Frank M. Lowell, Frank Thomas, F. L. Pingree, Robert Hayes, Joseph W. Mess, Edward H. Bolton, Carrie D. Coulter, Arthur W. Glines, Mattie S. Rines, Misses Ella Freeman, Helen J. Whippl
The first treasurer was Mrs. Charles Tufts, wife of the founder of Tufts College. We have not been able to ascertain the name of the first vice-president, or that of the first secretary. The following have been the successors of Mrs. Munroe in office: Mrs. Bradshaw, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Skinner, Mrs. Haven, Mrs. Carvill, Mrs. G. W. Ireland, Mrs. Ralph, Mrs. James Lombard, Miss Fannie Glines, Mrs. Eccles, Mrs. F. B. Burrows, Mrs. F. E. Borroughs, Mrs. E. C. Hall, Mrs. C. H. Pratt, and Mrs. L. H. Brown. In the early days of the society the meetings were held at the homes of the members. This was in the days of the chapel, and the basket of work was carried from place to place. After the building of the first church, which was afterwards destroyed by fire, the meetings were held in the vestry, and supper was partaken of by the ladies present, the gentlemen not putting in an appearance until evening. At the first supper which the writer remembers, which was subsequent to 1858, all
ss Ella Bucknam. Mrs. Caroline Belcher Wells. Mrs. George B. Howard. Miss Annie G. Stover. Miss Eva R. Butler. Charles Pratt. Mrs. Charles Pratt. Miss Mabel Leavitt. Mrs. Jennie Carpenter. Henry S. Barron. Mrs. Sarah A. Barron. Miss Ada Harris. Miss Florence Proctor. Rev. M. M. Goodwin. DeceasedMiss Effie May Wellman. George F. Horton. Mrs. Ada Stetson Lowell. Miss Florence Linnell. Miss Florence E. Stacy. Mrs. Sara Jane Spaulding. Mrs. Ursula Withington Brown. Lyman H. Brown. Mrs. Sara Love Maxwell. DeceasedMrs. Frances Houghton. Miss Hannah J. Whipple. Mrs. Cornelia F. Covell. Mrs. Ida J. Bolton. Mrs. Luvia Anna Ulm. Miss Abbie Lavina Day. Miss Clara Kendrick Linnell. Miss Hattie H. Pierce. Miss Lottie M. Draper. Mrs. Matilda J. McFarland. Miss Bessie Louise McFarland. Mrs. May Catherine Pingree. Mrs. Agnes Elizabeth Pingree. Mrs. Mary E. Benner. Miss Ruphena Benner. Mrs. Ethel A. Burnham. Mrs. Carrie D. Coulter. Miss Edith A. Steven
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Melvin Street Barrett, Alice19 Melvin Street Benner, Ruphena12 Munroe Street Bishop, William5 Pearl Street Bolton, William10 Crescent Street Bolton, Harry10 Crescent Street Bolton, Marion10 Crescent Street Briggs, Nellie185 Central Street Brown, Lyman H.42 Columbus Avenue Brown, Edward57 Columbus Avenue Bryant, Freddie7 Chester Avenue Bullard, Edward243-A Highland Avenue Bunker, Marion86 Boston Street Burnham, Mrs. Ethel77 Berkeley Street Burrow's, Mrs. Fred U.63 Hudson Street BuBrown, Edward57 Columbus Avenue Bryant, Freddie7 Chester Avenue Bullard, Edward243-A Highland Avenue Bunker, Marion86 Boston Street Burnham, Mrs. Ethel77 Berkeley Street Burrow's, Mrs. Fred U.63 Hudson Street Burbank, Mrs. Florence 7 Autumn Street Bussy, Donald42 Tufts Street Bussy, Russell 42 Tufts Street Carter, Eugenie42 Spring Street Chandler, Lulu96 Cross Street Chandler, Alice 96 Cross Street Chapin, Dorothy 5 Boston Avenue Coggin, Freddie 14 Allston Street Coker, Marguerite 66 Flint Street Cole, Russell22 Edmands Street Cole, Marjory22 Edmands Street Coolidge, Earle64 Glenwood Road Coulter, Mrs. Carrie D.16 Grant Street Cousins, Margaret21 Prospect-hill Avenue Cowan, Mrs. Let