rles, yeoman, h. Medford.
Dow, Lorenzo W., yeoman, h. Broadway.
Draper, Martin, Jr., teacher, h. Broadway.
Draper, Lucius D., Cherry.
Driscoll, Daniel, laborer, h. near railroad.
Duffee, Patrick, laborer, h. Prospect.
Dugan, William, b. machinist, h. Cambridge.
Dugan, John, h. Cambridge.
Duross, James, h. Medford Turnpike.
Edgerly, John S., b. grain dealer, h. Broadway.
Edgerly, Lewis C., carpenter, h. Medford.
Edmands, Horace F., b. accountant, h. Spring.
Elliot, Joseph, Prospect depot.
Emerson, Enoch, b. blacksmith, h. Porter.
Emerson, Thomas, yeoman, h. Broadway.
English, Jerome A., b. blacksmith, h. Milk.
English, Mrs., h. Medford.
Evans, Benjamin, b. baggage wagon, Franklin.
Everett, Erastus D., b. dry goods, h. Beech.
Farmelow, John, laborer, h. Church.
Farmelow, George, laborer, h. Church.
Fairbanks, Franklin, b. merchant, h. Elm.
Farnsworth, John C., b. jeweller, h. Mt. Pleasant.
Fisk, James, brickmaker, h. De
y, will certainly furnish data of permanent worth.
1899: February 16, The Stinted Common (a term applied to a large area of Somerville in the early days), Charles D. Elliot; March 2, Early History of the Tufts House, L. Roger Wentworth; Reminiscences of Domestic Life in the Tufts House, Mrs. Helen E. Heald, Mrs. E. A. Maynard; My E. Elliot; March 14, Ballads of the Revolution, Frank M. Hawes; readings, Emma Prichard Hadley; March 28, Governor Winthrop and His Mansion on the Mistick, Charles D. Elliot; April 11, banquet; April 25, Colonial Architecture George F. Loring; May 8, Curiosities of Colonial Law, Thomas F. O'Malley; May 22, The Tufts Family Dr. Edrd Historical Society; March 13, The Old Medford Turnpike, with Glimpses of the Brickmakers, John F. Ayer; March 27, The Ursuline Convent, Mt. Benedict, President Charles D. Elliot.
1901-1902: November 11, Five Years in New Mexico, Colonel E. C. Bennett; November 25, Elizur Wright—the Fells, Miss Ellen M. Wright, Medford; Decemb
He died last year at Athol, Mass.
William W. Wardell, of the First Massachusetts Cavalry, was promoted to the rank of first lieutenant in that regiment, and died from wounds May 28, 1864.
He was a very fine officer.
Charles D. Elliot, appointed civil engineer in the Army November 23, 1862, and assigned to the Department of the Gulf, was on duty on staffs of Generals Franklin, Ashboth, and Grover, and under fire in the battle of Bisland, siege of Port Hudson, and expeditof equal ability from civil life, whose aid was indispensable, from being commissioned; but these assistants were not exempt from peril for that reason, but did their full share of hazardous duty.
The nine engineers from civil life, including Mr. Elliot, who served at the front in the Department of the Gulf in 1863–‘64, lost in action three killed and one wounded; also one from disease contracted in the service.
The sixth, we fervently hope, will survive very many campaigns in the Somerville
Derby Street, IV.—10.
Detroit Free Press, I.—11.
Dix, Major-General John A., III.—24.
Dorchester Heights, II.—22.
Dorchester. Mass., IV.—26.
Dover. N. H., Il—24.
Dow. L. W., I.—31, 32.
Drury's Bluff, IV.—30.
Dugan House, location of, III.—15.
East Somerville, III.—7. 12, 17.
Edgerly, John S., III.—20.
Edgerly, John S., home of, III.—20.
Edwards Ferry, I.—36.
Eliot. Me., I.—7.
Elliot. Charles D., I.—13; II.—28, 29; III.—7; IV—30, 31.
Elm Street, Il—22, 23, 25, 26; III.—13.
Engineer Corps, The, IV.—30.
Everett, Hon., Edward, home of, III.—19.
Everett Spring, I.—21.
Ewar, Thomas, III.—7.
Fairfax Seminary, Va., II.—39.
Faneuil Hall, IV.—22.
Fay, Richard S., IV.—18.
Ferrold, Tobias, Company of, I.—8.
Ffiske, Ensigne David, III.—13.
Fields. James T., I.—18.
First M. E. Church, I.