n of Massachusetts, and probably the most distinguished lawyer who ever lived in Medford.
Hon. Timothy Bigelow has left a great name—a learned and distinguished lawyer, patriot, statesman.
His life was well spent in the honorable labors, a life devoted to the benefit of his fellowmen and in all the private and public demands of duty.
His father, Col. Timothy Bigelow, was actively engaged in the early movements of the Revolution.
The son joined the father, and was with him during the Rhode Island campaign, but the colonel was ordered South, and the son returned home to his books, and to the aid of his mother, upon whom fell the care of the family, occasioned by the absence of the patriot father.
Timothy Bigelow, Esq., son of Col. Timothy and Anna (Andrews) Bigelow, was born in Worcester, April 30, 1767.
His early life was therefore passed in that great early struggle for life through which this country successfully emerged.
His elementary education was in the public schools