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FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 



TOWN OFFICERS 



HYDE PARK 



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FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



OF THE 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK. 



REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN AND OTHER 
TOWN OFFICERS, 



Year ending February 15, 1869. 



BOSTON: 

LYMAN EHODES, PEINTER. 

1869. 



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SELECTMEN, OVERSEERS OF THE POOR, HIGHWAY SURVEYORS AND ASSESSORS! 

HENRY GREW. ZEN AS ALLEN. 

WILLIAM J. STUART. MARTIN L. WHITCHER. 

BENJAMIN F. RADFORD. 



town clerk: 
CHARLES W. TURNER. 



TREASURER : 

HENRY S. ADAMS. 



. AUDITORS : 

HENRY C. ADAMS. COTTON C. BRADBURY. 

ENOCH P. DAVIS. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE \ 



PERLEY B. DAVIS, Chairman, .... 


term expires, 1869 


N. T. WHITAKER, Clerk, 


" " 1869. 


"W. H. S. VENTRES, 


" " 1870 


W. H. COLLINS, 


" " 1870. 


AMOS WEBSTER, 


" " 1871. 


WILLIAM A. BULLARD, 


" " 1871. 


COLLECTOR : 




, HENRY A. RICH. 





CONSTABLES : 

HENRY C. ADAMS. S. S. BUNKER. 

HENRY A. RICH. NATHANIEL HEBARD. 

JAMES L. VIALLE. 



POUND-KEEPER : 

HENRY A. RICH. 



JOHN BENNETT. 



FIELD-DRIVERS : 

GEORGE W. NOYES. 
CHARLES E. BUNKER. 



fire wards: 
FERGUS A. EASTON. GEORGE B. PARROTT. 

ENOCH P. DAVIS. 



SELECTMEN'S EEPORT. 



Hyde Pake, February 15, 1869. 

Fellow Citizens : — In giving this, the First Annual Report in 
the history of our town, we are fully aware of the importance of 
the trust committed to our care, and that our duties are not 
completed until we render you an account of our official actions, 
enabling you to know in what manner we have discharged that 
trust. 

We can but hope that our errors (which, without doubt, have 
occurred often enough,) will not only be treated leniently by 
you, but will be stored as so many lessons for the guidance of 
those that succeed us in the administration of the town's affairs. 

From the fact that this is the first year of the town's existence, 
it will probably occur to you that in getting the machinery for 
our government in working condition, our duties as selectmen 
and assessors have been more laborious than will be usual, and 
that we have been obliged to perform many services that will not 
be entailed on our successors. 

Town Lines. 
Among the first duties required of us was one to establish the 
lines between this and the adjoining towns. Your Board met 
the selectmen of Dorchester, Milton, and Dedham, for this pur- 
pose, and desire to say that we had no difficulty in determining 
the lines between this and the two former towns, and have had 
monuments erected defining the angles of the line, and the 
crossings of the highways. We cannot report so favorably in 
regard to the line between us and the town of Dedham, — the 
selectmen of that town placing a construction on the wording of 
our charter which we do not choose to admit. We hope, how- 
ever, to be able to come to an amicable adjustment of the matter 
before our term of office expires. 



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Valuation of Land. 

The subject of taxation of lands was one that engrossed much 
of our attention, owing, in a measure, to the lack of any preced- 
ing valuation (embracing our whole territory,) under principles 
assimilating to our own. Some portions of our land have hitherto 
been assessed at what it was considered worth as homesteads, 
while the tax, in other parts, has been laid on its value for farm- 
ing purposes. In making our valuation of land, we have not 
considered the quality of pasturage it afforded, or the quantity 
of potatoes it was capable of producing, but have based our tax 
on the amount of money which the land would be likely to sell 
for, if placed in the market. 

In following this plan, the valuation of some lands has been 
raised to eight or ten times its former amount, and, as might be 
expected, the proprietors complain of what they consider unrea- 
sonably high taxes. We, however, think that the principle is 
correct, and, if persisted in for a very few years, will operate 
beneficially to all the inhabitants of the town. 

Highways. 
The public streets are, we think, in better condition than 
when placed in our charge. River Street has been graded at 
several points, and is in a fair though not entirely satisfactory 
condition. In our opinion there is present need of expending 
at least $2,000 in grading, &c, along the line of this road. 
Milton and Readville Streets also require an immediate expendi- 
ture of $800. There is but little to do on Fairmount Avenue, 
beyond grading a small portion of the street and relaying a part 
of the gutters, after the settling of the ground in early summer. 
The grade of that avenue has been materially improved by filling 
about four feet at the bridge, and by cutting down about two feet 
on the brow of the hill, between Water and Pond Streets. In 
this connection, we will say that in all our spring thaws and 
heavy rains, this avenue is subject to serious washings, owing 
largely to the fact that it drains the whole of the north-western 
slope of Brush Hill, east of the avenue. This damage could be 
entirely prevented by conducting down Milton Avenue, and 
Warren Avenue, their portions of the drainage of this water- 
shed, instead of allowing all to flow through Pond Street, thence 
into Fairmount Avenue. We consider this an important matter, 



and trust that the next board of officers will take active measures 
to prevent further disasters from this source. 

The bridge on this avenue has been completed to our satisfac- 
tion, and is a durable, as well as an ornamental structure. We 
here adjoin the report of the 

Committee on Fairmount Avenue Bridge. 

Hyde Park, January 22, 1869. 
To the Selectmen. 

Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen: — The Committee appointed by yon to 
supervise the erection of the bridge on Fairmount Avenue, beg leave to 
report that at their first meeting, held September 7th, they organized by 
electing chairman and clerk, and, at the same time, made plans and specifi- 
cations for the abutments of the bridge. Proposals were at once circulated, 
and in such direction as we thought ■would secure the benefit of an active 
competition. Our townsmen, Messrs. Swan & Bennett, offered terms as 
reasonable as any other parties, and received the contracts for their construc- 
tion. The work was performed in a manner satisfactory to us, although the 
cost was somewhat higher than (as we thought) we had good reason to 
expect. 

• The labor attending the construction of the dams, and keeping them clear 
of water, was of such a nature that we considered it advisable to have it 
performed by the day. The expense attending this part of our duty con- 
siderably overran our estimate, owing to difficulties, in some measure, 
unforeseen. 

Early in our enterprise, we had received from the manager of the mill 
below us the promise to lower the river, thereby enabling us to build our 
dams in so faithful a manner that the necessity of pumping would be nearly 
precluded. This promise, however, was not redeemed, and we were obliged 
-•-to conform to this circumstance, and, as might have been expected, our dams 
were far inferior to those we had anticipated. We also found in the bed of 
the river a number of springs, supplying (with what leaked through the 
dams) so much water that it seemed, with the means at hand, practically 
impossible to commence the foundations. Experience suggested devices for 
surmounting this difficulty, which was accomplished, we believe, in an eco- 
nomical manner, and without serious loss of time. 

The Moseley Iron Building Works filled their contract in a manner very 
acceptable to your Committee. In this connection we would say, that their 
contract price was about $200 more than figures previously given, owing to a 
misunderstanding in regard to the character of the bridge required. 

Your Committee, in following their duty, have been met with a liberal and 
accommodating spirit by the citizens, and especially so by those whose estates 
abut on the avenue at the south end of the bridge. We had been prepared 
to receive some opposition to raising the grade at this point, but met none 
from them. On the contrary, they expressed an earnest desire to co-operate 



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•with, the town in this improvement, and gave their hearty consent to any 
change thought advisable by us to make. 

On a separate sheet, we hand you a statement of the items of expenditure 
for the bridge, together with its credits. From this you will notice that there 
is a balance in favor of the bridge appropriation, and we would recommend 
your honorable body to apply of this sufficient to finish the filling on the 
estates above mentioned, and also to restore their fences to a condition as 
good as that in which we found them. 

Respectfully submitting the above, we subscribe ourselves, 

BENJ. F. RADFORD, 
M. L. WHITCHER, 
WM. J. STUART, 

Committee on Fairmount Avenue Bridge. 

Central Park Avenue will be accepted by the county com- 
missioners early in the coming season, and its care, and the 
expense of keeping in repair, will then be assigned to us. 

The bridge over Mother Brook, on this avenue, is deemed 
unsafe, and it will be necessary to replace it with a new one 
during the present year, as the old bridge is unworthy of receiv- 
ing any repairs. A bridge similar to that on Fairmount Avenue 
can be erected at this point for a sum not exceeding $8,500. It 
will also be necessary to expend about $350 in fencing the unsafe 
places on this avenue. 

Acceptance op Streets. 

Your Board has received petitions from the abutters to lay 
out Winthrop, Maple, Oak, Pine, Walnut, Water, and Pond 
Streets. We have met the petitioners, as prescribed by law, and 
are now preparing plans and profiles of these streets, and will 
soon have them placed on file, to await your action at some 
future town meeting. This movement of our citizens fore- 
shadows a large expenditure of money by the town for widening 
and grading these streets, as well as for others that will soon be 
brought to your notice. It will not be well to pass over this 
matter lightly ; indeed, the policy initiated by you in relation to 
the streets now under consideration, will have an abiding influ- 
ence on the destiny of the town. At a first glance, you will 
consider the great expense with which these improvements will 
be attended, and the taxes that inevitably follow. 



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On further reflection, it may occur to you, that (if the future 
growth of our town is proportionate to its past increase,) we 
can defer this outlay but a few years at best, and, as a matter of 
course, to be then done at a greater expense than if accom- 
plished now. Excepting the subjects of education and morals, 
there is no other, under public control, that has so great a bear- 
ing on the comfort of a community as the beauty and condition 
of its streets. And, to those in search of a residence, no greater 
inducement to locate, can be offered than a system of wide and 
well-kept thoroughfares. Therefore, we recommend you to 
carefully consider this subject in all its phases, and we rest 
assured that no apprehension of present burdens, will deter you 
from providing for a prosperous future. We here give you some 
facts in regard to the streets before named, together with our 
views as to changes, &c. 

Winthrop Street 

Is now laid out forty feet in width, and requires but slight 
change of grade, except between Central Avenue and River 
Street. There is an acute angle at the junction of this street 
with River Street, on the south side, and the street would much 
better serve the public if about twenty feet, in depth, of the 
adjoining land could be thrown into the street. We understand 
that an arrangement can be made to effect this purpose without 
expense to the town. The land abutting on the street is gener- 
ally improved and built upon, and we recommend its acceptance 
by the town. The cost of grading will be about $300. 

Maple Street 

Is laid out forty feet wide between River, and Oak Streets. 
Between Oak Street, and Fairmount Avenue, it varies in width 
from about thirty to forty feet. There will be a change of grade 
required on the slope of the hill near Fairmount Avenue, it 
being thought necessary to make a cut of about four feet in 
front of the Hewins estate. The large amount of taxable prop- 
erty on this street would seem to warrant the expense of the 
laying out, if the abutters will consent to the change of grade, 
and will give to the town, free of expense, the land necessary 
to make the street forty feet wide. The cost will be about $500. 

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Oak Street 
Is now forty feet wide, and no material change of grade is nec- 
essary, except one making it a plane, or nearly so, from a point 
nearly in front of C. W. Turner's house to its junction with 
Maple Street, on the south side of the hill. A slight change is 
also necessary between Maple Street and Central Park Avenue , 
on the western slope of the hill. There being ample property 
on this street to warrant the expense, we recommend its accept- 
ance. The alterations in this street will require an expendi- 
ture of about $300. 

Walnut Street 
From Central Park Avenue to Factory Street, is now forty feet 
wide, and in grading requires no considerable expense. As 
the street is built upon on both sides to nearly its whole capacity, 
we cheerfully recommend the acceptance of this portion of the 
street. 

From Factory Street, to Fairmount Avenue, it will be necessary 
to widen the Street, it being in one place not more than nine 
feet between the bank, and the railroad grant. Still, as this is 
an important street, in a business view, we recommend its accept- 
ance, provided land necessary to make it forty feet wide can be 
had without cost to the town. The expense of laying out this 
street will be about $800. 

Water Street 
As at present, is but thirty feet in width, and the grade, gener- 
ally, is satisfactory, a small alteration being required near Milton 
Avenue. The property on this street is certainly sufficient to 
warrant the widening and grading ; and, if the abutters will 
convey the land required to make the street forty feet wide, we 
should strenuously advocate its acceptance. The cost will not 
exceed $1,500. 

Pond Street 
In that part lying between Warren and Williams Avenues, is, 
as now laid out, without any seeming system, either in width or 
grade. The street, however, is much used by our citizens and 
those of the adjoining towns. There is taxable property suffi- 
cient to warrant any expense incurred in laying out. The abut- 
ters express a willingness to give all the land necessary to widen 



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the street. The portion of the street between Warren and Mil- 
ton Avenues is now forty feet in width, and, the grade being 
nearly correct, will require but a trifling outlay. 

We consider it quite important that .the town should have 
control of this part of the street, in order to prevent damage to 
Fairmount Avenue by excessive rains, as mentioned heretofore. 
Under the above circumstances, we recommend the acceptance 
of this street by the town. The expense of laying out will not 
exceed $1,000. 

Pine Street 
Is now 40 feet wide, and in grade is nearly correct. The street 
is studded by taxable property sufficient to warrant any expense 
that may be incurred in the laying out, and we recommend that 
the town accept it as a public way. The expenditure will be 
about $200. 

The Town Map. 

At your last town meeting you authorized the selectmen to 
prepare a map of the town. We are able to report that this 
work is being forwarded, though necessarily, at a slow rate. 
We think that this labor to be of any value to the town, should 
be thoroughly done, and we have considered it advisable, to 
instruct the surveyors to mark, permanently, by monuments, 
the boundaries and angles of the streets, while making his 
survey. 

This step will undoubtedly save much trouble and expense to 
our townsmen, and will be done with trifling additional 
expense. 

As River Street in some places, is less than fifty feet in width, 
we are endeavoring to procure its widening, before it is located 
on the map. 

We shall endeavor as we proceed, to have all changes, that 
are liable to made in the streets, fully settled upon before our 
work is finished, thereby greatly enhancing the value of the 
map as a permanent record. 

Guide Boards. 
In pursuance of the requisitions of the law, we inform you 
that guide boards are placed at the junction of Readville and 
Milton Streets. 



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The Board are of opinion that one is required at the inter- 
section of River Street with Fairmount Avenue. 

Our School Buildings 

Are in good condition generally, and will require no inordinate 
amount of repairs the coming year. More school accommodation 
may become necessary, but, on this point, you have the views of 
the School Committee, to assist your judgment. 

The only other building owned by the town, 

The Lock-up, 

Though not considered strikingly ornamental, has certainly been 
very useful, having (besides accommodating a few rogues,) fur- 
nished lodgings for sixty poor travellers benighted in our town. 

Our Street Lamps 

Number twenty-six. They have been kept lighted and cleaned 
by contract, on reasonably low terms. "We have heard no com- 
plaints from our townsmen in regard to them, and have no reason 
to be otherwise than satisfied with the manner in which the con- 
tractor has performed his duty. We have granted petitioners 
the privilege to place nine more lamps, at well selected points on 
Fairmount Hill. 

Board of Health. 

The duties of this board have been very light. "We have re- 
ceived but few complaints of nuisances, all of which have been 
abated by the parties complained of, on receipt of notice from 
the health officers. 

And now, fellow citizens, in closing this account of our stew- 
ardship, allow us to say that, although we may have, in some 
instances, erred in judgment, we have, at all times, labored to 
advance the public interest, and trust that the developments of 
time may give you no cause to regret any of our acts. And we 
take leave of you with the sincere wish that you may be fortu- 
nate in your future selections of servants, and that harmony 
and wisdom may prevail in their councils, crowning with sue- 



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cess all their acts, and tending to make our town (what we be- 
lieve it is destined to be) second to no other in this, the first 
Commonwealth of our country, in all things that unite to pro- 
mote the welfare and happiness of its citizens. 

Respectfully submitted. 

HENRY GREW. 
MARTIN L. WHITCHER. 
ZENAS ALLEN. 
WM. J. STUART. 
BENJ. F. RADFORD. 



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TOWN PROPERTY. 

Damon School buildings, 
Personal property in same, . 

" " in Central School-house, 

Everett School building, 

Land with same, 

Personal property in above building, . 

" " in Fairmount School-house, 

Lock-up, fixtures and bedding, 

Pound, 

Furniture and safe in town office, . 



$800 00 


347 00 


992 06 


8,000 


00 


3,484 


80 


1,298 


50 


418 


50 


325 


00 


35 


00 


237 00 



Total, 



$15,937 86 



Valuation of the Heal and Personal Estate of the Town for 1868. 

Valuation of personal estate, $829,868 00 

Value of real estate, ...... 2,083,789 00 



Total, $2,913,657 00 

Number of polls, 774 

Number of acres of land, 2,800 

Number of dwelling-houses, May 1st, 1868, .... 460 

Number of horses, 115 

Number of cows, 79 



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EXPENDITURES 



SCHOOLS. 



Damon - School. 
Paid J. N". Stevens, teaching, 
E. A. Marshall, teaching, 
A. L. W. Everett, teaching, 
A. F. Adams, teaching, 
E. M. Warren, teaching, 
A. M. Pierce, care of school-house, &c, 
C. N". Hall, care of school-rooms, 
E. J. Farrington, sweeping school-rooms, 
E. Elliot, sweeping school-rooms, . 
E. Hardy, care of school-rooms, &c, 
R. Wright, care of school-rooms, . 
J. B. Farrington, wood and cutting same, 
Blodgett & Barrett, coal and wood, 
W. H. Thompson, care fires, &c, . 
W. A. Bullard, cleaning school-room, 



Incidental Expenses. 
Paid Smith & Co., desks, 

S. S. Bunker, repairs, . 

George W. Gunnison, ink, 

T. Dolan, repairing stove, &c, 

Thompson & Russell, repairs, 

J. B. Farrington, school building, . 

A. M, Pierce, repairs, . 

O. Lappen & Co., brooms and brushes, 

Chalk, crayons, locks, keys, &c, . 

Books indigent scholars, 



1883 34 

322 92 

322 92 

94 96 

37 50 

11 50 

11 00 

12 00 

8 00 

9 75 
10 50 
15 00 
61 93 
10 00 

7 00 



$1,818 32 


$32 00 


11 77 


2 70 


20 35 


12 06 


300 00 


6 50 


3 28 


40 49 


3 94 



$433 09 * 



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Central School. 
Paid E. E. Towle, teaching, .... 
S. S. Lancaster, teaching, 
E. M. Warren, teaching, 
H. O. Jenkinson, care of school-rooms, . 
P. B. Whittemore, care of school-rooms, 
W. H. Butman, care of school-rooms, . 
Blodgett & Barrett, coal and wood, 

Incidental Expenses, 
Paid R. Bleakie, rent, . 

Dunklee & Co., furnace, 

R. T. Rollins, setting furnace, 

Thompson & Russell, repairs, 

G. W. Noyes, painting and glazin 

J. D. Jones, registers, pipes, &c, 

Screws, hooks, curtains and mats, 

Haskell & Sons, desks and seats, 

Sundry articles, 

Books indigent scholars, 

Books teachers' desks, . 



Everett School. 
Paid E. M. Lancaster, teaching, 
E. H. Page, teaching, . 
S. M. Vose, teaching, . 
A. M. Gilpatrick, teaching, . 
M. H. Payson, teaching, 
H. Wilde, teaching music, 
W. G. H. Smart, teaching writing, 

Rollins, care school-rooms, 

H. O. Jenkinson, care school-rooms, 
P. B. Whittemore, care school-rooms, 
W. H. Butman, care school-rooms, 
P. Russell, care school-rooms, 
A. Webster, cleaning school-rooms, 
Blodgett & Barrett, coal and wood, 



$206 25 

206 25 

168 75 

7 50 

1 67 

38 24 

87 38 



$716 04 


1258 33 


228 00 


11 85 


125 78 


9 00 


34 13 


61 33 


504 00 


55 09 


17 02 


5 25 


11,309 78 


$1,187 50 


395 83 


379 17 


339 61 


166 66 


67 47 


33 30 


33 50 


15 00 


2 22 


48 32 


7 00 


10 00 


161 75 



Incidental Expenses. 



Paid Thompson & Russell, repairs, 
R. Williams, repairs, 



$2,847 33 

$16 72 
6 50 



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Paid C. C. Stark, repairing stove, 
T. Dolan, stove fixtures, 
Sundry articles, 
Work on grounds, . 
Books indigent scholars, 



Faiemotjnt School. 
Paid P. D. Leonard, teaching, 
S. A. Everett, teaching, 
E. M. Cate, teaching, 

W. H. S. Ventres, cleaning school building, 
P. B. Whittemore, care school-rooms, 
H. O. Jenkinson, care school-rooms, 
W. H. Butman, care school-rooms, 
Blodgett & Barrett, coal and wood, 



Incidental Expenses. 
Paid T. D. Weld, rent, . 

Thompson & Russell, repairs, 
T. Dolan, stove and fixtures, . 
C. M. Barrows, furniture, 
Haskell & Sons, furniture, 
Sundry articles, chalk, crayon, &c, 
Books indigent scholars, 



Miscellaneous. 
Paid N. T. Whitaker, clerk committee, . 
2$. T. Whitaker, cash paid out, 
Circulars, blanks and school regulations, 
Exchange of books, .... 



Amount of school appropriation, . 

Total expended as school fund proper, . 
Amount in hands of School Committee, 
Transferred to incidental appropriation by 

vote of town, 

Total, 







$1 00 






4 50 






33 40 






7 50 






18 52 




$88 14 


. $240 11 






337 24 






206 25 


ng, 




5 50 
1 11 

7 50 
30 16 

77 72 




$905 59 


. $316 66 






31 65 






33 18 






14 00 






50 00 






39 43 






14 27 




$499 19 


$42 00 


8 00 


30 38 


• 


57 95 


$138 33 


. $10,000 00 


$6,287 28 


81 


3,500 00 




• 9,788 09 







Balance school appropriation unexpended, . 
3 



$211 91 



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SUPPORT OF THE POOR. 



Pooe Travellers. 
Paid R. Thompson, for meals, 

William J. Stuart, cash paid out, 
Zenas Allen, meals, &c, . 
O. C. Coffin, meals and lodging, 
Zenas Allen, cash paid out, 
M. L. Whitcher, cash paid out, 
J. F. Goodwin, care of lodgers, 

Insane. 
Paid Treasurer Worcester Lunatic Hospital, 
board of H. E. Hutchinson, . 
John Lawson, watching H. E. Hutchinson, 
S. S. Bunker, expenses on P. Milan, 

State Reform School at Westborough, — 
Paid support of John Flaherty, 



$11 65 

6 00 

7 95 

3 00 
1 21 

4 75 

8 00 



m oo 

10 80 
5 00 



$42 56 



38 80 
7 21 



Mrs. P. Milan,— 
Paid P. S. Conlan, groceries, 
J. B. Farrington, wood, 

Daniel Condon, — 
Paid D. O. Connell, groceries, 
Mary Farrar, nursing, 
McAvoy & Co., coal, 

Robert Taylor, — 
Paid D. O. Connell, groceries, 



$3 25 
6 50 



$9 21 

12 00 

4 25 



Michael Timmins, — 
Paid D. O. Connell, groceries, . . . $25 32 

J. B. Farrington, wood and potatoes, . 13 30 



Hannah Ryan, — 

Paid D. O. Connell, provisions, . . $0 50 

McAvoy & Co., coal, . . . . 6 00 

J. B. Farrington, wood, . . . . 4 00 



9 75 



25 46 
8 99 



38 62 



10 50 



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John Greene, — 
Paid R. Wright, groceries, . . . . $15 41 
W. S. Everett, M. D., professional services, 7 00 



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Benjamin Blan chard, — 
Paid Daniel O. Connell, groceries, 6 80 

Louisa Withington, — 
Paid City of Boston, support, 35 00 

Mrs. Albert Collins, — 

Paid R. Wright, groceries, . . . . $11 28 

E. P. Davis, tickets to leave town, . . 2 20 

J. B. Farrington, for moving, . . . 1 50 

J. D. & T. Lawson, groceries, . . . 3 25 

18 23 



Miscellaneous. 
Paid W. S. Everett, M. D., medical services, . $5 50 
S. S. Bunker, expenses to Brighton, . 3 00 
P. B. Whittemore, funeral expenses Em- 
ma Collins, 9 50 

P. B. Whittemore, funeral expenses Mar- 
garet Burke, 17 50 

P. B. Whittemore, funeral expenses Feli- 

cite Joseph, 14 50 

P. B. Whittemore, funeral expenses New- 
ell Otis, 

Blodgett & Barrett, coal C. Quigley, 
Blodgett & Barrett, coal Wm. Hanson, 
Richard Wright, groceries Mrs. Conrad, 
Richard Wright, groceries Mrs. Burke, 



Total expended, $344 54 

Amount transferred to highway appropriation by vote 

of town, 655 46 

$1,000 00 
Ce. 
By amount of appropriation, . . ,. $1,000 00 



. 10 00 




7 75 




3 13 




7 67 




1 66 






80 21 







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EEPAIRS ON HIGHWAYS. 

Paid John Duggan and others, labor,. . 
William J. Stuart, cash for labor, . 
George W. ISToyes, painting bridge, 
Whittemore, Belcher & Co., shovels, &c 
B. Swan, labor of men and teams, 
D. W. Phipps, labor of men and teams 
J. Downey, labor of men and teams, 
T. Rathford, labor, 
J. McGillicuddy and others, labor, 
William Dunn, " " " 
Dennis Duggan, " " " 
Michael Duggan, " " " 
David Higgins, repairing old bridge, 
Rinaldo Williams, " « " 
Owen Hughes and others, labor, . 
Owen Curran " " " 

John B. Farrington, men and teams, 
John Soule, labor of man and horse, 
T. P. Swift, fencing, . 
Ames Plow Company, shovels, 
Abner Howland, blacksmith work, 
T. McCarty and others, labor, 
T. Twooney, " " « 

B. Swan, breaking roads, &c, 
Thompson & Russell, lumber, 
T. P. Swift, fencing, 
J. W. Wilson, railing at new bridge, 



$3,384 20 

Credit, 

Amount of appropriations, $2,800 00 

" transferred from poor appropriation by vote of 

town, .......... 655 46 

Total, $3,455 46 

Amount expended, ....... $3,384 20 

" unexpended, 71 26 



$122 25 


94 


00 


10 


00 


15 


88 


840 


22 


1,017 


60 


17 


50 


12 


00 


116 00 


134 00 


100 


00 


76 


75 


66 


68 


45 


53 


18 


00 


80 


51 


21 


50 


9 


62 


42 


24 


8 


08 


14 


29 


76 51 


158 


00 


18 


00 


12 


04 


7 


00 


250 


00 



5,455 46 



21 



NEW BRIDGE ACROSS THE NEPONSET RIVER. 

Paid Fairbairn's Express, bill of nails, 
J. G. Dow, making pumps, 
B. Swan, labor, 

B. Hardy, « 

John Bennett, " 
B. Hardy, " 

R. Williams, " 
John Bennett, " 
B. Hardy, « 

B. B. Brown, bolts, 
Fairbairn's Express, 
D. C. Hutchinson, freight on granite, 
" " cartage on granite, 

Jeremiah Corbett, labor, 
Thompson & Russell, lumber, 

B. F. Radford, sundry bills, . 
Hollis Bros., granite, 

C. Savage, use of engine, 

Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad, freight granite 
John Bennett, labor, 
C. Moulton, teaming engine, . 
J. E. Dow, care of lanterns, . 
B. Swan, stone, .... 
John Bennett, laying stone, . 
Moseley Iron Building Works, bridge, 
John Bennett, cutting stone, 
B. Hardy and others, labor, . 
Abner Howland, blacksmith work, 
B. Swan, filling, .... 
Blodgett & Barrett, coal for engine, 

Total, . . $7,818 96 



$10 76 


48 


70 


65 


75 


196 


10 


41 


55 


118 


07 


7 00 


31 


85 


228 


82 


1 48 


3 


15 


103 


50 


143 


75 


45 87 


46 


14 


389 58 


186 60 


88 


00 


53 


70 


40 


66 


24 


00 


61 


50 


1,005 


12 


1,363 37 


2,799 60 


19 97 


156 37 


15 35 


500 00 


23 


00 



Credit. 



Amount of appropriation, 
Cash sale of old bridge, 



Amount expended, 



$,000 00 
30 00 



$8,030 00 
7,818 96 



Amount unexpended, $211 04 



22 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Paid Win. J. Stuart, services as Selectman, Assessor 
Surveyor of Highways and Overseer of Poor, 

Zenas Allen, for same, 

Henry Grew, for same, . . . . . 

Martin L. Whitcher, for same, 

Benjamin F. Radford, for same, 

Benjamin F. Radford, for services as Committee on 
Fairmount Avenue Bridge, 

Wm. J. Stuart, for same, 

Martin L. Whitcher, for same, 

C. W. Turner, services as Town Clerk and Clerk 
of the Selectmen, ..... 

H. S. Adams, services as Treasurer, 

Rev. P. B. Davis, services as School Committee, 

Rev. W. H. S. Ventres, 

Rev. W H. Collins, 

Rev. A. Webster, 

Rev. N. T. Whitaker, 

Wm. A. Bullard, 



$295 50 
311 25 
311 25 
311 25 
295 50 

24 00 
96 00 
48 00 

112 50 
100 00 
90 00 
96 00 
69 00 
54 00 
69 00 
30 00 



Amount of appropriation, 
Excess above, 



Credit. 



$1,000 00 
1,313 25 



,313 25 



$2,313 25 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Paid Lyman Rhodes, printing, 

W. H. Nightingale, lighting streets, 

J. E. Dow, lighting streets, 

J. Cobb, copying, . 

E. Worthington, copying, 

H. B. Terry, copying, . 

S. Ward, stationery, 

L. S. Fogg, building pound, 

W. J. Stuart, padlock for pound, 

R. Williams, building lock-up, 

M. L. Whitcher, bedding, &c, for lock-up, 

Ingersoll & Co., blankets for lock-up, 

Denio & Roberts, safe and teaming, 

A. P. Blake, rent of office, . 



$128 50 

64 00 

380 00 

3 00 

2 84 

19 75 
114 92 

33 00 

2 25 

295 50 

20 50 
15 00 

187 00 
192 00 



23 



Paid A. P. Blake, 32 dinners for selectmen of Dedham, 
Milton and Dorchester, 
R. Williams, repairs on office, 
T. Dolan, stove, &c, for office, 
T. W. Steamburg, care of office, . 
J. W. Greenleaf, carting, 
M. L. Whitcher, furniture for office, 
C. H. Adams, painting signs, 

B. F. Radford, locks, keys, handcuffs, &c, 
W. J. Stuart, rubber boots, . 
H. A. Davis, weights and measures, 
R. Williams, repairs, 
G. L. Richardson, surveying town lines, 
G. L. Richardson, surveying, . 
H. C. Adams, carriage hire, . 
Fairbairn's Express, expressing, 
R. Williams, coal box and stand, . 

C. Allen, Esq., legal services, 
M. L. Whitcher, cash paid for granite, &c, 
E. P. Davis, refreshments at fire, . 
C. W. Turner, returning births, 
B. Swan, stone work, . 
H. S. Adams, check book, 
H. C. Adams, services as constable, 
H. A. Rich, services as constable, . 
Thompson & Russell, rej>airs, . . 
R. Thompson, oil for office, . 
Narragansett Fire Insurance Company, policy, 
W. A. Bonney, oil and lanterns, . 
Blodgett & Barrett, coal and wood for office 
R. T. Rollins, resetting furnace, 
H. A. Rich, collecting taxes, . 
M. L. Whitcher, keys and locks, . 
J. D. Jones, registers, pipes, &c, . 
E. M. Lancaster, .... 
Merchants' & Farmers' Fire Insurance Co., policy 
Dorchester Mutual Fire Insurance Co., policy, 
Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Co., policy, . 
Merchants' Fire Insurance Co., policy, . 
amount school incidentals, .... 



$47 60 
19 42 

36 85 

33 50 
5 00 

34 29 

11 65 
30 30 
16 75 

150 00 

18 98 

163 50 

37 50 
13 75 

5 05 
13 01 
50 25 
16 80 

5 79 
39 80 
16 57 

3 00 

12 50 
48 00 
21 55 

1 83 
50 00 

6 45 
11 37 
73 52 

325 25 

3 25 

28 04 

3 36 

70 00 

70 00 

105 00 

70 00 

2,468 53 



Total expended, 



),595 47 



24 

Amount of appropriation, $3,000 00 

" transferred from school appropriation, . . 3,500 00 



$6,500 00 
Amount expended, 5,595 47 



" unexpended, $904 53 



Statement of Henry A. Rich, Collector, for the year ending Feb- 
ruary 15, 1869. 

De. 

To amount of taxes received in warrant for collection, $31,850 04 
amount added after list was rendered, . . . 110 61 

amount of interest on taxes, 25 23 



$31,986 88 

Gr. 

By amount paid H. S. Adams, Treasurer, . $25,998 55 

amount not collected, .... 4,972 95 

amount of abatements, . . . 822 10 

amount of cash on hand, . . . 193 28 

$31,986 88 



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Amount paid foe Inteeest. 
Paid John Q. Adams, interest on notes, 

Mercantile Savings Bank, interest on notes, 



$40 83 
163 33 



Total, $204 16 



Debt op the Town", Febeuaey 15, 1869. 
Notes Mercantile Savings Bank, 
J. Q. Adams, 

Total, . 



Amount tax to be collected, . 
in hands collector, 

Total, . 



$4,000 00 

1,000 00 

$5,000 00 

$4,972 55 

193 28 

$5,165 83 



The undersigned respectfully report that they have examined the foregoing 
accounts and find them correctly kept and properly vouched. 

HENRY C. ADAMS, 
C. C. BRADBURY, 

E. P. DAVIS, 

Auditors. 



TOWN CLEEK'S REPORT. 

The following are the statistics of Births, Intentions of Marriage, 
Marriages and Deaths in Hyde Park, for the year ending December 
31, 1868. 

The date of the incorporation of the town being April 22, 1868, 
the statistics include no deaths, marriages or intentions of marriage 
before that date. 

BIRTHS. 

Males, 45 

Females, 61 

Whole number for the year, 106 

The parentage of the children is as follows : — 

Both parents American, 40 

Both parents Irish, 33 

Both parents English, 5 

One parent American, . 14 

Parents of different nationalities, 14 

Total, 106 



27 

MARRIAGES. 

May 6, 1868.— Artemas W. Briggs, of Palmer, and Ellen G. Jefts, 
of Hyde Park. 

May 17.— Mons. Eller and Elizabeth Dale, both of Hyde Park. 

May 21. — Dennis Callahan and Esther Fitzgerald, both of Hyde 
Park. 

June 20. — Luther S. Fogg and Roxanna M. Hatch, both of Hyde 
Park. 

June 25. — Ezra A. Mansfield, of Andover, and Olivia W. Gushing, 
of Hyde Park. 

June 28. — George W. Grant, Jr., of Dorchester, and Ellen A. 
Blake, of Hyde Park. 

July 3. — Peter W. Delhanty and Annie M. Pring, both of Hyde 
Park. 

July 8. — Charles H. Barrett and Ann Eliza Gardner, (maiden 
name Alden,) both of Ashburnham. 

July 17. — Rufus W". Hamilton and Elizabeth A. Thornton, both 
of Hyde Park. 

Aug. 2. — Dan O'Connell and Harriet Ellen Lowe, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Aug. 9. — Michael Finlen and Rose Kyle, (maiden name Lyons,) 
both of Hyde Park. 

Aug. 17. — John E. Clancey and Rose Dornan, both of Hyde Park. 

September 6. — Henry F. Cushing and Matilda H. Payson, both 
of Hyde Park. 

October 8. — Benjamin E. Phillips, of Providence, R. I., and Mary 
V. Wiggin, of West Roxbury. 

November 9. — Henry Routley and Mary E. Davenport, (maiden 
name Faunce,) both of Hyde Park. 

November 10. — Benjamin H. Atkins, of Provincetown, and Eliza 
L. Parker, of Bucksport, Maine. 

November 26. — John Bennett, of Attleborough, and Annie M. 
Carter, of Hyde Park. 

November 28. — William Curran and Julia McCarty, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Dec. 12.— Frank A. Noyes and Abba S. Hill, both of Hyde Park. 

Dec. 31. — James Gafney, of Cambridge, and Mary Kerr, of Hyde 
Park. 

Both parties American, . . . ■ . . . . .11 

Both parties foreign, . 6 

American and foreign, ........ 3 



Whole number registered, 20 



28 



Iktentioks op Marriages. 
The whole number of certificates issued was . 



30 



DEATHS. 





NAME. 


Age. 




Date. 








Cause of Death. 






Yrs. 


Ms. 


Ds. 




May 17, 


William A. White, 


34 


2 


_ 


Consumption. 


25, 


Charles J. McCarty, 


7 


10 


13 


Drowning. 


26, 


George W. Chapman, . 


54 


1 


12 


Paralysis. 


June 9, 


Mary Bleakie, 


57 


3 


- 


Dropsy. 


9, 


Evelyn H. Cutler, 


2 


- 


15 


Inflammation of brain. 


11, 


Sarah Jefferson, . 


78 


- 


- 


Old age. 


10, 


Hannah Trask, 


84 


3 


- 


Asthmatic consumption. 


14, 


George Douglas Easton, 


- 


8 


11 


Congestion of brain. 


15, 


Richard Molony, . 


26 


- 


- 


Typhoid fever. 


19, 


Emily J. Adler, . 


3 


1 


4 


Croup. 


26, 


Sarah S. Clapp, . 


48 


7 


25 


Cancer. 


July 12, 


George F. Palmer, 


25 


8 


28 


Paralysis. 


26, 


Anne E. White, . 


59 


- 


- 


Cancer. 


Aug. 1, 


Thomas W. Burke, 


2 


10 


- 


Worms. 


5, 


Felicite Joseph, . 


49 


- 


- 


Consumption. 


7, 


Honor a Wallace, . 


- 


- 


14 


Canker. 


7, 


William McCarty, 


- 


6 


16 


Cholera infantum. 


16, 


Lydia K. Bickford, 


53 


9 


16 


Disease of brain. 


22, 


James W. Schofield, 


- 


- 


18 


Atrophy. 


24, 


Willie Rollins, 


- 


8 


- 


Consumption. 


Sept. 4, 


Mary A. Burke, . 


5 


8 


15 


Unknown. 


Oct. 1, 


Nancy Haskell, 


90 


7 


3 


Old age. 


18, 


Michael Welch, . 


66 


- 


- 


Consumption. 


20, 


Charles E. Murphy, 


26 


1 


- 


Typhoid fever. 


25, 


Eliza N. Bragg, . 


69 


- 


- 


Paralysis. 


Nov. 2, 


Newell Otis, . 


2 


6 


- 


Fever. 


9, 


William J. Howe, 


22 


- 


- 


Railway accident. 


17, 


James Fallon, 


1 


8 


- 


Tumor. 


18, 


Johannah 0. Donnell, . 


1 


4 


23 


Teething. 


Dec. 14, 


Mary E. Gould, . 


38 


11 


23 


Cancer. 



Whole number of deaths, 



30 



29 

Nativity. 



United States, . 
Ireland, . 
British Provinces, 



22 
4 
3 



Scotland, . 
Total, 



1 

30 



Causes of Death. 



Consumption, . 


5 


Croup, 


1 


Paralysis, . 


3 


Cancer, . 


3 


Fevers, 


3 


Other diseases, . 


7 


Dropsy, . 


1 


Accident, . 


2 


Old age, . 


2 




— *- 


Brain diseases, . 


3 


Total, 


. 30 



Ages. 



Under 1 


year, . 


5 


Between 50 and 60 years, 


4 


Between 


1 and 5 years, 


6 


« 


60 and 70 years, 


2 


a 


5 and 10 years, 


1 


a 


70 and 80 years, 


1 


u 


10 and 20 years, 


1 


a 


80 and 90 years, 


1 


t( 


20 and 30 years, 


4 


u 


90 and 100 years, 


1 


(c 


30 and 40 years, 


2 









it 


40 and 50 years, 


2 


Total, 


30 



C. W. TURNER, Town Cleric. 



30 



RESIDENT TAX 


-] 


PAYERS. 






NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Adams, C. Henry 


$41 08 


$5 72 


_ 


Adams, Henry C. 












- 


31 28 


- 


Adams, Henry S. 












76 96 


15 08 


- 


Adler, Leonard 












- 


2 08 


- 


Allen, Orville 












25 17 


11 


- 


Allen, Zenas 












29 12 


- 


- 


Angell, Geo. E. . 












25 12 


- 


- 


Angell, Moses E. 












7 07 


73 


$7 80 


Arnold, Josiah F. 












34 84 


- 


- 


Ayer, Geo. 












11 96 


- 


- 


Badger, Win. E. 












72 59 


78 


_ 


Badger, Mary E. 












14 56 


- 


- 


Bancroft, David E. 












12 48 


- 


12 48 


Barrell, Anna E. 












27 04 


- 


- 


Barrett, Charles H. 












53 87 


25 06 


78 93 


Barrows, James 












68 64 


- 


68 64 


Barry, Margaret 












31 20 


- 


- 


Barry, Michael 












8 32 


1 64 


- 


Bass, Geo. W. . 












38 48 


5 20 


- 


Bass, Wm. M. 












27 04 


- 


_ 


Basset, Henry S. 












- 


13 52 


- 


Bates, Joseph C. 












8 32 


19 50 


- 


Beatty, John 












26 52 


- 


- 


Beatty & Miles 












6 24 


41 


- 


Bennet, John 












- 


35 


- 


Bent, Horatio N. 












64 48 


4 16 


- 


Benton, Ira L. 












59 28 


52 


- 


Berger, Antoine 












6 24 


- 


- 


Berry, Benj. F. 












- 


1 30 


1 30 


Bickford, Levi 












64 48 


- 


- 


Blake, A. P. 












145 60 


133 12 


- 


Blake, A. P., Trustee 












92 04 


- 


- 


Blake & Paynes 












124 80 


- 


124 80 


Blake & White . 












118 56 


2 08 


- 


Blake, Enoch E. 












50 75 


- 


- 


Blake, Sargent 












36 40 


1 04 


- 


Blanchard, Richard 












40 04 


1 04 


- 


Blazo, Wm. A. 












143 00 


5 98 


- 


Bleakie, John 












28 08 


- 


- 


Bleakie, Robert . 












121 58 


63 90 


- 


Blodgett, S. P. . 












- 


41 60 


41 60 


Bodwell, Wm. 












- 


2 08 


_ 


Bolton, Elizabeth G. 












2 08 


- 


- 


Bonney, Wm. A. 












36 92 


22 88 


- 


Boyden, Bradford C. 












7 28 


- 


- 


Boynton, Francis 












13 26 


- 


- 


Bradbury, C. C. . 












109 77 


14 56 


- 


Bradbury, S. A. . 












135 95 


11 44 


- 


Bradbury, S. A. & C.'C. 










54 39 


- 


- 


Bragg, Wm. N. 










114 50 


2 60 


— 



31 



RESIDENT TAX PAPERS— Continued. 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Brainard, Amos H 


$54 08 


$8 84 


$62 92 


Brown, Charles D. 










39 52 


- 


- 


Bryant, Henry J. 










39 62 


- 


- 


Bullard, Charles 










- 


213 77 


- 


Bullard, Isaac 










- 


1 04 


- 


Bullard, William 










143 52 


40 04 


- 


Bullard, William A. . 










18 20 


2 56 


- 


Bullard, Lydia M. 










- 


11 45 


- 


Bullard, Mary Ann 










- 


5 20 


- 


Bunker, Chas. E. 










4 16 


- 


- 


Bunker, Stephen S. 










18 20 


- 


- 


Butman, John L. 










58 24 


- 


58 24 


Butler, James 










- 


10 


- 


Caffin, Elizabeth B. 










61 77 


_ 


_ 


Campbell, John . 










24 96 


- 


- 


Campbell, Josiah 










2 08 


- 


- 


Campbell, Win. A. 










7 54 


- 


- 


Cannon, Michael 










3 64 


- 


- 


Capen, K. S. 










29 12 


- 


- 


Carleton, Hiram 










79 04 


- 


- 


Chapman, heirs of Geo 


W. 








16 02 


- 


- 


Chapman, Lucy A. 










56 37 


36 40 


- 


Clark, Eman A. 










29 43 


- 


- 


Clark, Harriet 










15 60 


- 


15 60 


Clark, Marcus 










13 52 


- 


- 


Cleary, Cornelius 










5 20 


- 


- 


Clement son, Julia 










48 36 


1 30 


- 


Cobb, Chas. H. . 










- 


8 32 


- 


Cobb, Eben E. . 










27 77 


- 


- 


Cobb, Sylvanus . 










21 84 


- 


- 


Coleman, Edward J. [ 










229 11 


4 94 


- 


Collins, Chester A. 










30 16 


22 88 


- 


Collins, Edward W. 










- 


2 08 


- 


Collins, John B. 










20 80 


11 


20 91 


Connor, Barney . 










85 36 


26 78 


- 


Conway, Caroline 










16 64 


- 


- 


Conway, Colin M. 










5 20 


- 


- 


Cook, H. P. 










23 30 


- 


- 


Corbett, Jeremiah 










1 14 


1 56 


- 


Corrigan, John 










5 20 


- 


- 


Crane, Nathaniel 










- 


27 04 


- 


Crane, Nathaniel, Trustee 








12 48 


- 


- 


Crane, Nathaniel, Trustee 








21 84 


20 80 


- 


Cribb, Matthew . 








- 


12 


- 


Crowley, Dennis . 










- 


21 


- 


Cullen, Thomas . 










8 32 


_ 


- 


Curley, Patrick . 










- 


05 


- 


Cushing, J. S. T. 










39 96 


52 


- 


Cutler, Lydia A. 










108 99 


2 60 


- 


Darling, Henry A. 










27 66 


_ 


27 66 


Davin, Thomas A. 










- 


6 66 


- 


Davis, David L. . 










79 04 


52 6S 


_ 


Davis, Perley B. 










- 


3 12 


- 



32 



RESIDENT TAX PAYERS— CONTINUED. 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Fersonal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Dolan, Thomas 


$16 12 


$15 60 


_ 


Dolan, Patrick 










6 24 


- 


- 


Donnely, Malachi 










6 87 


3 20 


- 


Dow, James G. 










50 75 


2 29 


$53 04 


Downey, John 










9 36 


1 56 


- 


Downing, Alfred 










27 04 


12 74 


- 


Downing, James 










42 64 


249 89 


- 


Dunbar, M. G. 










19 97 


- 


- 


Easton, Douglas M. 










- 


5 20 


_ 


Easton, Fergus A. 










- 


3 12 


- 


Easton, D. M. &E. A. 










38 90 


47 


- 


Ellis, Charles M. 










75 66 


1 59 


19 25 


Enneking, John J. 










36 60 


- 


- 


Esty, Chas. H. . 










- 


8 32 


- 


Evans, Thomas C. 










33 47 


33 49 


- 


Everett, Wm. S. 










33 80 


2 08 


- 


Everett & Smith 










- 


20 80 


- 


Fairbairn, Wm. U. 










50 85 


10 40 


_ 


Fallan, Hugh 










- 


8 11 


- 


Farrington, John B. 










55 64 


1 35 


- 


Faunce, Thomas 










50 96 


11 


- 


Fessenden, Harriet S. 










3 12 


- 


- 


Fessenden, Wm. H. 










- 


3 38 


- 


Fisher, Sophia 










27 04 


- 


- 


Fiske, H. C. 










81 99 


7 28 


- 


Fiske, P. A. 










- 


1 04 


- 


Fogg, Luther S. 










12 12 


1 04 


- 


Foster, Timothy 










- 


3 12 


- 


French, Loring 










25 79 


- 


- 


Fitzgerald, Wm. 










7 28 


- 


— 


Gately, James 










3 12 


- 


- 


Gerry, Chas. F. . 










79 96 


46 28 


- 


Gilman, Henry D. 










230 36 


4 68 


235 04 


Gilpatrick, C. L. 










31 62 


- 


- 


Goss, Daniel J. . 










31 35 


2 08 


- 


Gould, John B. . 










30 16 


106 60 


- 


Gove, Susan 










58 24 


- 


37 96 


Grant, G. L. 










- 


78 


- 


Grant, Peter 










- 


88 


- 


Grant, William . 










32 03 


- 


- 


Greenwood, Elihu 










163 80 


171 70 


- 


Grew, Henry 










520 78 


518 96 


- 


Gridley, Geo. A. 










32 76 


- 


- 


Gunnison, Geo. W. 










45 97 


14 56 


- 


Hale, Alfred 










40 56 


15 60 


- 


Haley, Charles 










42 64 


- 


- 


Halliday, Geo. W. 










27 04 


- 


- 


Hamblin, Howard M. . 










122 10 


- 


122 80 


Hamblin, Joseph G. 










56 32 


- 


- 


Hammond, James B. 










50 80 


- 


50 80 


Hammond, Thomas 










42 55 


3 64 


— 



33 



RESIDENT TAX PAYEES— Continued. 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Hardy, B. H 


_ 


$3 24 


_ 


Hardy, Elizabeth A. 










$36 88 


- 


- 


Harlow, Philander 










21 84 


- 


- 


Haskell, B. B. 










25 07 


- 


- 


Hawley, Alanson 










23 19 


4 16 


- 


Hibbard, Nathaniel 










64 48 


3 12 


- 


Heustis, Charles P. 










43 68 


1 56 


$45 24 


Heustis, Wm. 










23 92 


- 


- 


Heustis, Wm. H. 










- 


6 76 


- 


Hewins, Harriet N. 










26 00 


12 60 


- 


Hickey, David 










2 08 


1 30 


- 


Higgins, David 










60 95 


- 


60 95 


Hill, John K. 










22 46 


3 12 


- 


Hilton, Warren W. 










28 29 


- 


28 29 


Hilton, Wm. B. . 










4 16 


- 


- 


Hollis, Stephen 










23 92 


3 12 


- 


Holmes, Ellis 










3 12 


- 


- 


Holmes, Mary 










23 50 


- 


- 


Holmes, Mary, Guardian 










14 56 


- 


- 


Holt, John C. 










24 08 


- 


24 08 


Hoogs, Wm. H. . 










27 04 


- 


27 04 


Hopkirk, Jane 










20 80 


- 


- 


Horn, Ernest 










1 77 


- 


- 


Howe, Ann . 










- 


17 


_ 


Howland, Abner 










- 


1 04 


- 


Hubbard, Chas. D. 










59 07 


4 26 


- 


Hughes, Owen 










8 32 


9 88 


- 


Hunt, L. B. 










48 88 


6 76 


- 


Hutchinson, Henry E. 










19 55 


52 


- 


Hyde Park Cong'l Society 








38 06 


- 


38-06 


Ingersoll, Wm. H. 








38 48 


_ 


_ 


Ingersoll & Co. 










- 


15 60 


- 


Island, John 










17 68 


- 


- 


Jefferson, Sarah . 










19 76 




_ 


Jenness, R. S. 










6 76 


3 12 


- 


Jones, J. D. 










- 


2 08 


- 


Keegan, Michael 










_ 


14 04 


_ 


Kelley, James 










4 68 


- 


- 


Kelley, Patrick 










4 68 


- 


- 


Kendall, Daniel F. 










48 88 


- 


- 


Kendrick, H. C. . 










26 21 


8 84 


- 


Keyes, Chas. G. . 










42 64 


5 20 


47 84 


Lancaster, E. M. 










28 60 


5 20 


_ 


Lawler, Patrick . 










20 80 


- 


- 


Lawrence, Mary Ann P. 










2 18 


- 


- 


Laws on, John 










37 02 


- 


- 


Lawson, J. D. & T. 










- 


15 08 


- 


Leary, Curley 










7 28 


12 


- 


Leary, James 










- 


17 


- 


Lee, Michael 










- 


63 


- 


Lenfest, Mary G. 










6 24 


- 


- 



34 



RESIDENT TAX PAYERS— CONTINUED. 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Leonard, Charlotte F. .... 


$ 15 60 


_ 


_ 


Leonard, Martin 








- 


$ 10 


- 


Leseur, Benj. F. 








41 81 


5 20 


- 


Leseur, Horatio . 








54 08 


1 04 


- 


Lord, Orlando M. 








6 76 


- 


- 


Loudon, John H. 








32 76 


- 


f 32 76 


Lyford, Byley 








5 20 


- 


- 


Macomber, Amos 








6 24 


_ 


_ 


Macomber, Edwin H. 








16 64 


3 12 


- 


Madison, Isaac 








7 28 


- 


- 


Mahoney, Dennis 








- 


78 


- 


Mahoney, John 








4 16 


50 


- 


Macannon, Patrick. 








9 57 


21 


- 


McCarty, Daniel 








9 57 


- 


- 


McCarty, John 








4 16 


- 


- 


McDonald, Joseph 








- 


2 60 


- 


McDonough, James 








- 


11 


- 


McDonough, John 








7 49 


- 


- 


McGillicuddy, John 








2 72 


78 


- 


McHartney, Patrick 








- 


10 


- 


Meister, Gustavus 








9 36 


- 


- 


Merrill, Elisha 








- 


10 


- 


Milan, Patrick 








2 60 


- 


- 


Miles, John 








4 68 


- 


- 


Moffat, Elisha W. 








4 16 


- 


- 


Morrill, T. P. Mrs. 








17 68 


- 


- 


Morrison, Henry 








13 00 


- 


- 


Mosely, T. W. H. 








42 38 


35 62 


- 


Moseley Iron Co. 








156 00 


561 60 


- 


Murray, John 








8 32 


10 


- 


Neal, Andrew B. 








72 80 


12 48 


85 28 


Neal,. Luther 








21 32 


- 


- 


Nichols, D. P. 








74 88 


8 84 


- 


Nightingale, Wm. H. . 








30 79 


10 40 


- 


Norris, E. H. 








27 15 


- 


- 


Nott, Gordon H. 








498 00 


31 41 


529 41 


Noyes, Geo. W. . 








17 26 


2 08 


- 


O'Donnelly, Alexander 








- 


11 


- 


O'Melia, Margaret 








- 


06 


- 


O'Neal, Arthur 








17 58 


- 


- 


Ormsby, Maria B. 








26 62 


- 


- 


Paine, John A. 








9 05 


- 


- 


Palmer, Geo. W. 








75 19 


2 60 


- 


Parker, Geo. 








- 


4 16 


- 


Patterson, James 








31 20 


- 


- 


Parrot, George B. 








- 


5 20 


- 


Payson, J. W. 








50 54 


5 20 


- 


Pearson, Geo. F. 








23 92 


6 24 


- 


Pearson. Geo. W. 








96 72 


13 00 


109 72 


Peirce, Ann E. Mrs. . 








5 00 


- 


- 


Pierce, Geo. 








75 40 


6 76 


— 



35 



RESIDENT TAX PATERS— Continued. 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Pierce, Stephen C 


$23 92 


_ 


_ 


Perkins, Almon . 










6 66 


- 


- 


Perkins, David 










36 40 


$40 33 


- 


Perkins, Ezra G. 










91 20 


210 08 


- 


Phipps, David W. 










42 74 


- 


- 


Phipps, Wm. T. 










- 


3 12 


- 


Piper, J. Ellery . 










30 16 


38 27 


- 


Piper, Samuel N. 










- 


5 41 


- 


Plummer, Isaac C. 










34 53 


- 


- 


Plummer, R. B. 










13 62 


- 


- 


Pollard, John 










23 40 


- 


- 


Pratt, Jairus 










47 22 


2 81 


$50 03 


Putnam, S. C. 










- 


52 52 


- 


Putnam, "Wm. M. 










28 50 


14 14 


- 


Eadford, Benj. F. 










113 15 


28 63 


_ 


Ranlett, David D. 










25 48 


8 32 


- 


Paynes, Horatio G. 










58 34 


11 44 


- 


Raynes, John J. . 










27 56 


2 86 


- 


Reed, Edwin 










16 64 


- 


- 


Reed, Elizabeth, Mrs. 










4 16 


32 


• 


Reed, Hammond . 










21 84 


- 


- 


Rich, Andrew J. . 










13 52 


- 


13 52 


Rich, Dwight B. . 










92 04 


15 08 


- 


Rich, Henry A. 










33 70 


- 


- 


Rich, R. K. 










24 75 


- 


- 


Richardson, Alonzo 










24 96 


- 


- 


Richardson, Geo. L. 










37 44 


7 92 


- 


Rhodes, C. H. 










5 00 


- 


- 


Riley, Joseph 










- 


08 


- 


Roberts, Edward . 










33 28 


16 38 


- 


Robertson, John A. 










28 08 


- 


- 


Robinson, Seneca 










36 40 


- 


- 


Rogers, John A. 










29 85 


- 


-. 


Rogers, DeWitt Clinton 










- 


31 


- 


Rogers, Wm. 










47 84 


52 45 


- 


Rogers, Wm., Trustee 










218 40 


5 20 


223 60 


Rollins, R. T. . . . 










30 68 


- 


- 


Rooney, Patrick . 










8 32 


2 34 


- 


Rounds, A. S. 










24 96 


- 


24 96 


Roundy, Samuel R. 










- 


1 04 


- 


Roundy & Field . 










36 40 


- 


- 


Russell, Arthur L. 










9 36 


- 


9 36 


Russell, L. H. 










2 91 


9 36 


12 27 


Russell, Sophronia 










36 40 


- 


36 40 


Ryan, I. L. ... 










46 80 


- 


- 


Ryan, Thomas 










39 52 


21 32 


- 


Sanborn, Mary P. Mrs. 










1 56 


_ 


_ 


Sanborn, Stephen 










- 


42 


- 


Sanford, Oliver S. 










209 04 


11 44 


- 


Sargent, Jeremiah 










- 


104 00 


- 


Schofield, Wm. J. 










19 14 


- 


- 


Schell, 










3 12 


- 


- 


Scott, Robert 










26 52 


- 


- 



36 



RESIDENT TAX PAYERS— CONTINUED. 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Sears, Joanna 


$43 68 


$116 12 


_ 


Seavey, Joseph 








13 52 


- 


$0 52 


Seavey & Newcomb 








- 


1 56 


1 56 


Sherman, Geo. E. 








- 


128 44 


- 


Smith, Edward J. 








31 00 


5 72 


- 


Smith, Isaac E. . 








21 84 


- 


- 


Smith, Wm. A. . 








20 28 


- 


- 


Snaith, Chas. H.. 








22 46 


- 


- 


Snow, Enos S. 








1 66 


- 


- 


Soule, John A. 








- 


37 


- 


Spaulding, Emily C. 








2 08 


- 


- 


Spaulding, Chas. G. 








37 44 


- 


- 


Spring, Chas. 








55 74 


1 40 


- 


Spring, C. & A. . 








57 20 


33 28 


- 


Stark, C. C. ... 








- 


12 48 


- 


Stark, Mary E. . 








41 76 


1 30 


- 


Stevens, H. G. . 








3 12 


5 20 


- 


Stone, Franklin . 








38 90 


1 04 


- 


Straw, Levi H. . . . 








80 49 


26 21 


- 


Stuart, Wm. J. . 








61 88 


13 62 


- 


Stuart & Coleman 








87 


- 


- 


Sumner, Clarissa & Sally E. 








250 33 


91 21 


- 


Sunderland, Mrs. Mehitable 








106 18 


- 


- 


Swan, Bartholomew. . 








34 32 


7-18 


- 


Sweeney, Patrick 








3 12 


- 


- 


Sweet, Caroline . 








18 93 


- 


- 


Swift, Ellis N. . 








- 


16 90 


- 


Swift, T. P. 






* 


2 08 


- 


- 


Taft, Samuel 








39 10 


13 52 


_ 


Taylor, Stephen A. 








12 48 


- 


- 


Terry, John 








94 64 


3 59 


- 


Thacher, Wm. T. 








65 52 


2 08 


- 


Thayer, Isaiah 








30 16 


4 16 


- 


Thompson, B. E. 








47 63 


2 60 


- 


Thompson & Russell . 








8 95 


23 92 


- 


Thompson, John R. 








18 51 


- 


- 


Thompson, Robert 








19 76 


17 16 


- 


Thompson, Wm. C. 








- 


10 


- 


Tobey, Susannah 








10 92 


- 


- 


Torrey, Benj. B. 








- 


17 68 


- 


Tracey, Patrick . 








- 


13 


- 


Trafton, Stephen 








- 


- 


- 


Trafton & Higgins, 








- 


2 08 


- 


Trainer, Luke 








3 12 


08 


- 


Tupper, R. L. 








24 13 


- 


24 13 


Turner, R. W. . 








122 91 


58 76 


- 


Twichell, J. M. . 








27 04 


2 08 


- 


Under hill, Merrill 








13 62 


_ 


_ 


Union Vise Co. 








390 00 


234 73 


624 73 


Ventres, W. H. S. 








49 09 


3 48 


_ 


Vivian, Ann 








19 81 


- 


- 


Vivian, Robert H. 








- 


5 20 


- 



37 



RESIDENT TAX PAYERS— CONTINUED. 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Vose, Benj. C. . . . 


_ 


#21 53 


_ 


Vose, Mary & Sarah 












$41 60 


- 


- 


"Wallace, Richard 












4 68 


_ 


_ 


Ward, Waldo F. 












53 25 


3 64 


- 


Warren, Mary E. 












46 80 


1 30 


- 


Washburn, Geo. A. 












51 48 


- 


- 


"Watson, Wm. 












18 93 


- 


_ 


Webster, Amos . 












65 52 


1 77 


_ 


Weeman, "Wm. E. 












71 97 


7 38 


- 


Welch, Michael . 












3 12 


- 


_ 


Welch, Michael, 2d 












- 


11 


_ 


Weld, Theodore D. 












102 96 


29 64 


- 


Wellington, C. W. "W. 












28 86 


2 08 


- 


Wetherbee, H. R. 












47 00 


1 56 


$48 56 


Wescott & Higgins, 












28 08 


- 


28 08 


"Whalen, Thomas 












11 65 


21 


_ 


Whitcher, Martin L. 












93 08 


57 20 


- 


White, Ann E. . 












150 80 


8 32 


159 19 


White, Chas. A. . 












- 


10 40 


10 40 


White, James C. 












561 05 


10 40 


571 45 


Willard & Hilton, 












80 50 


- 


80 50 


"White, Wm. A. - 












125 42 


40 30 


- 


Whitney, E. A. . 












19 76 


3 12 


- 


Whittemore, Preston B 












18 70 


- 


_ 


"Whittier, A. J. . 












- 


1 04 


_ 


Whitter, Albert B. 












36 40 


26 97 


_ 


Whittier, N. B. . 












- 


1 04 


_ 


Wilder, Hannah . 












21 01 


- 


_ 


Wilkins, A. J. . 












24 96 


- 


24 96 


Willey, J. M. 












8 74 


- 


- 


Williams, A. Mrs. 












- 


5 20 


- 


"Williams, Elizabeth P. 












21 22 


- 


_ 


Wiiliams, John M. 












33 07 


62 


_ 


"Williams, Jotham B. . 












21 44 


- 


3 44 


Williams, Einaldo 












83 82 


3 12 


_ 


Winship, G. L. . 












19 76 


- 


- 


Wright, Richard 












— 


8 32 


- 



38 



NON-RESIDENT TAX PAYERS. 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Eeal 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Bacon, William . 


Boston, 


$21 63 


_ 


$21 63 


Baker, Chas. H. . 


Boston, 


59 49 


- 


54 99 


Baker, Nelson, 


Dedham, 


4 16 


- 


- 


Baker, Timothy . 


Dedham, 


6 76 


- 


- 


Ballou, A. A. 


Winchenden, 


23 92 


- 


- 


Baylies, Elijah H. 


Canton, 


2 60 


- 


2 60 


Beale, James 


Dorchester, 


8 32 


- 


- 


Beck, Samuel 


Lowell, 


9 57 


- 


- 


B. H. & E. R. R. Co. . 


Boston, 


83 20 


$41 60 


- 


B. P. R. R. Co. . 


Boston, 


146 95 


- 


- 


Boyden, Benj., Trustee 


Dedham, 


3 90 


- 


- 


Brooke, Mark 


Dedham. 


14 56 


- 


- 


Burns, Geo. W. . 


Milford, N. H. . 


5 72 


- 


- 


Capen, A. E. 


Milton, 


9 36 


- 


- 


Capen, E. W. 


Milton, 


18 54 


- 


- 


Capen, Samuel J. 


Dorchester, 


10 40 


- 


10 40 


Carr, Jeremiah 


Portsm'th,N.H. . 


127 40 


- 


- 


Chamberlain, Daniel B. 


W. Roxbury, 


2 08 


- 


- 


Childs, C. T. 


Warren, R. I., 


37 44 


- 


- 


Church, 2d of Dorchester 


Dorchester, 


8 84 


- 


- 


Clapp, Elizabeth 


Dorchester, 


4 99 


- 


- 


Clark, Henry 


Dorchester, 


6 28 


- 


- 


Clark, Prunella E. 


Haverhill, Mass. 


2 08 


- 


- 


Clark, Mary 


Boston, 


20 69 


— 


- 


Codman, Henry, Estate of . 


Dorchester, 


16 64 


- 


- 


Colburn, James, Heirs of 


Dedham, 


45 76 


- 


- 


Coney, Mary, Heirs of 


Dedham, 


1 56 


- 


- 


Converse, B. B. . 


Dorchester, 


31 20 


- 


- 


Crummett, Chas. H. 


Easton, 


5 72 


- 


5 72 


Dean, Louisa W. 


Dedham, 


2 08 


_ 


- 


Dickerman, Quincy 


Boston, 


6 86 


- 


- 


Downing, Jonas H. 


New Hampshire, 


5 43 


- 


- 


Darling, J. A. 


Boston, 
Boston, 


2 08 


— 




Eastman, C. L. 


Dorchester, 


31 20 


- 


- 


Easton, Marcus . 




1 56 


- 


- 


Eldridge, John S. 


Canton, 


820 56 


- 


- 


Evans, William . 


West Roxbury, . 


45 76 


- 


— 


Farwell, James E. 


Boston, 


10 10 


_ 


- 


Fairbanks, J. 


W. Roxbury, 




3 12 


- 


Fitzgerald, C. J. Mrs. 


Boston, 


8 32 


- 


- 


Foster, Alfred 


Boston, 


6 24 


- 


- 


Foster, James . . . 


Dorchester, 


18 72 




. - 


Foster, Joseph & Co. . 


Boston, 


2 60 


- 


- 


Fox E 


Bangor, 


16' 


- 


- 


Fuller, Spencer . 


Dedham, 


11 44 


- 


- 


Gould, E 


Dedham, 


11 44 


- 


- 


Graves, John . 


Palmer, 


9 36 


- 


Greeley, John D. 


Boston, 


9 36 


- 


- 


Greene, Charles G. 


Boston, 


6 24 


- 


— 



39 



NON-RESIDENT TAX PAYERS— CONTINUED. 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Harvard College, 


Cambridge, 


$8 32 


_ 


_ 


Heath, John 


Boston, 


-' 


$10 40 


$10 40 


Hinkley & Young 


Dedham, 


4 99 


- 


- 


Hollingsworth, Amor . 


Milton, 


125 84 


- 


- 


Homer, Sidney, Trustee 


Brookline, . 


49 92 


- 


- 


Howe & Tucker, 


Boston, 


2 60 


- 


2 60 


Hunt, Lucien 


Hubbardston, 


4 68 


- 


4 68 


Hyde Park Woolen Co. 


Boston, 


1113 01 


1511 74 


- 


Hartwell & Jess . 


Littleton, Mass. . 


17 16 


- 


- 


Jewett, John P. . 


New York, 


42 64 


_ 


42 64 


Joy, Geo. L. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


52 00 


- 


- 


Kendall, S. E. . 


Boston, 


1 56 


- 


- 


Lee, Geo. W. 


Beverly, 


6 24 


_ 


_ 


Leighton, John C. 


Boston, 


2 60 


- 


- 


Luce, David W. 


Dedham, 


71 43 


- 


- 


Martin, Richard . 


Boston, 


83 28 


_ 


83 28 


Mather, Phillips . 


Dorchester, , 


26 00 


- 


- 


May, John J. 


Dorchester, 


22 88 


- 


- 


Mayo, J. R. Mrs. 


New York, . 


24 96 


- 


- 


Metropolitan Land Co. 


Boston, 


28 08 


- 


- 


Miller, Allen H. . 


Pawtucket, . 


1 56 


- 


- 


Morse, Luther 


Dedham, 


1 04 


_ 


- 


Morse, E. J. W., Heirs of . 


Easton, 


9 36 


_ 


- 


Morton, Joseph, Estate of . 


Dorchester, 


10 92 


- 


- 


Moses, T. B . 


W. Roxbury, 


1 56 


- 


- 


Parish, Eirst of Dorchester 


Dorchester, 


17 42 


_ 


_ 


Parker, Geo. Estate of 


Roxbury, 


6 24 


- 


- 


Paul, Ebenezer 


Dedham, 


2 34 


_ 


- 


Peabody, Ephraim L. . 


Manchester, N.H. 


5 20 


_ 


- 


Perry, Granville 


Boston, 


2 08 


_ 


- 


Phelps, Ered E. . 


Boston, 


26 29 


- 


26 29 


Pierce, Chas. H. . 


Littleton, Mass. . 


31 83 


2 08 


- 


Pike, Mary N. . . . . 


Boston, 


1 56 


_ 


- 


Pope, E 


Dorchester, 


- 


1 04 


1 04 


Pope, Edwin 


Boston, 


3 12 


_ 


3 12 


Pratt, Laban 


Dorchester, 


5 20 


- 


5 20 


Ransom, Chas. A. 


Stoughton, 


18 61' 


_ 


_ 


Real Estate & B. Co. . 


Boston, 


1334 22 


_ 


_ 


Renton, Peter, Heirs of 


Boston, 


18 72 


_ 


_ 


Rhodes, Albert H. 


Boston, 


21 11 


_ 


_ 


Richards, Reuben A. 


Boston, 


86 06 


_ 


_ 


Richards, Wm. B. 


Boston, 


24 96 


_ 


_ 


Richardson, Lucretia . 


Dorchester, 


2 86 


_ 


2 86 


Richardson, Margaret 


Dorchester, 


2 86 


_ 


2 86 


Rogers, John 


Dorchester, 


2 08 


- 


2 08 


Safford, Aaron H. 


Boston, 


31 20 


_ 




Sahlien, David H. 


New York, 


3 64 


_ 


_ 


Sargent, L. M., Estate of 


Boston, 


$55 12 


- 


- 



40 



NON-RESIDENT TAX PAYERS— CONCLUDED. 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Seamans Savings Bank 


Provincetown, 


$22 88 


_ 


_ 


Seaver, Jacob W. 


Roxbury, 


10 40 


- 


- 


Sharpe, James C. 


Dorchester, 


3 64 


- 


- 


Sharpe, Wm. .C . 


Dorchester, 


3 64 


- 


- 


Shaw, Chas. W. 


Somerville, 


14 56 


- 


- 


Sheppard, Nathaniel 


Dedham, 


11 55 


- 


- 


Sherburn, John . , 


Boston, 


21 84 


- 


- 


Sherman, Wm. F. 


Boston, , 


30 99 


- 


- 


Slade, James 


Boston, 


24 02 


- 


- 


Smith, Lewis E. . 


S. Dedham, 


3 12 


- 


- 


Smith, Timothy 


Dedham, 


1 04 


- 


- 


Smithfield Man'f g Co. 


Rhode Island, 


835 12 


1508 00 


- 


Snyder, Chas. B. . 


Boston, 


33 28 


- 


- 


Stearns, A. T. 


Dorchester, 


39 71 


- 


- 


Stevens, Elizabeth N. . 


Boston, 


134 99 


- 


- 


Thompson, Asa . . 


Dorchester, 


31 72 


_ 


_ 


Thompson, Chas. H. 


Dorchester, 


14 56 


- 


- 


Thompson, Mary B. 


Dorchester, 


3 64 


- 


$3 64 


Tibbetts, Mark 


Boston, 


1 56 


- 


- 


Tileston, & Hollingsworth 


Dorchester, 


387 92 


312 00 


'- 


Tolman, James 


Dorchester, 


43 68 


- 


- 


Tolman, John 


Dorchester, 


2 86 


- 


2 86 


Tower, Isaac H. . 


Dedham, 


23 80 


- 


23 80 


Trescott, Ebenezer, Heirs of 


S . Boston, . 


78 


- 


■ - 


Tucker, Dana, Heirs of 


Milton, 


47 84 


- 


- 


Tucker, Elijah 


Milton, 


29 12 


- 


- 


Tucker, Nathan . 


Milton, 


12 48 


- 


- 


Tucker, Timothy, Mrs. 


Milton, 


5 20 


- 


- 


Tufts, John W. . 


Boston, 


12 48 


- 


- 


Vose Heirs 


Milton, 


12 48 


_ 


_ 


Vose, Joshua W. • 


Milton, 


18 72 


- 


- 


Wadsworth, Jason 


Milton, 


15 60 


_ 


_ 


Wainwright, John 


Williamsburg,N.Y. 


6 91 


- 


- 


Welch, F. J. Heirs of . 


Boston, 


1 56 


- 


1 56 


Wescott, Wm. H. 


Dedham, 


36 87 


- 


- 


Whiting, Alvah 


Clinton, 


5 20 


- 


- 


Whiting, Joseph 


Dedham, 


3 12 


- 


- 


Whiting, Isaac, Heirs of 


Dedham, 


3 12 


- 


- 


Willey, Chas. G. 


Danvers, 


5 43 


- 


- 


Willey, Mary Ann, Mrs. 


Danvers, 


10 86 


- 


, - 


Withington, Geo. 


Dedham, 


2 08 


- 


- 


Withington, Warren 


Dedham, 


3 54 


- 


- 


Wyman, Humphrey B. Mrs. 


Danvers, 


5 43 


— 


5 43 



The foregoing list was prepared after all abatements on Keal and Personal 
Estate had been deducted. 

Amount of abatements on Beal and Personal Estate, . $752 10 
« « " Polls, 70 00