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Joseph Wyman, died 18—, in Medford.
Albert and Octavius Smith.
Octavius died 1845, aged 26, in
Medford. Albert died 1891, aged 84.
John C. Magoun,
Indicates an uncertainty. on the Edward Brooks Farm.
Stoddard, on the J. Q: Adams Farm at West Medford.
Captain Nathan Adams, died 1842, aged 79, in Medford.
Dea. Nathan Adams, died 1849, aged 60, in Medford.
About 1844 the railroad commenced to bring milk from distant country towns to Boston.
The railroad men cut priced Brooks farm in West Medford.
He moved to Somerville.
I think Magoun Square was named for him. A brother, Aaron, was a teacher in the Park street school, and later, for many years, in the Cambridge schools.
Mr. Stoddard lived on the C. F. Adams farm at West Medford, on the south side of the canal.
Capt. Nathan (Squire) Adams' farm was on both sides of Main street, and included the Mystic Park.
He died, 1842, aged seventy-nine.
His nephew, George E. Adams, succeeded him. The buildings