treet, crossing Woburn street to Allston street, West Medford.
Joseph junior married in Medford, April 15, 1821, Esther Lynde Blanchard, and received the blessing from Dr. Osgood, the minister who performed the ceremony.
Esther (Blanchard) Wyman was the daughter of Hezekiah Blanchard, Jr., of tavern fame, and his first wife, Esther Tufts.
She was born July 4, 1792, in a family blessed with fourteen children.
Hannah Adams Wyman, the only child of this union, was baptized September 15, 1822. Mrs. Wyman died May 16, 1859, and her husband, Joseph junior, died July 16, 1867, in the house standing on High street numbered 43.
After selling out his business he went to the old home farm a while, and finally moved to the west half of the house just mentioned, west of the Savings Bank.
Hannah was well-favored in regard to looks, but inherited some of the oddity of her father.
After his death she lived for a while in Sables court, then in the old Fountain House (formerly a famous inn