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SECOND ANNUAL REPORT 



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FO¥N OFFICERS 



HYDE P.4LRK. 



1869-70. 



SECOND ANNUAL REPORT 



EECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUKES 



REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN AND OTHER 
TOWN OFFICERS, 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 15, 1870. 



HYDE PARK: 
HILDRETH AND GETCHELL, STEAM JOB PRINTERS. 

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

HENRY GREW. ZENAS ALLEN. 

WILLIAM J. STUART. DAVID L. DAVIS. 

BENJAMIN F. RADFORD. 



TOWN CLERK : 

HENRY C. ADAMS. 



TREASURER : 

HENRY S. ADAMS. 



AUDITORS : 

ROBERT BLEAKIE. COTTON C. BRADBURY. 

ENOCH P. DAVIS. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE : 

W. H. S. VENTRES, Chairman, Term expires, 1870 



AMOS WEBSTER, Clerk,. . 
WILLIAM A. BULLARD, . 

BENJAMIN C . VOSE 

W. S. EVERETT, 

H. R.CHENEY, 



1871 
1871 

1872 
1870 
1870 



COLLECTOR : 

HENRY A. RICH. 



CONSTABLES : 
HENRY C. ADAMS. CHARLES JACOBS. 

HENRY A. RICH. MERRILL UNDERHILL. 

JAMES L. VIALLE. 



POUND-KEEPER : 

HENEY A. RICH. 



FIELD-DRIVERS : 

JOHN BENNETT. GEORGE W. NOYES. 

RICHARD T. ROLLINS. 



FIRE wards: 

FERGUS A. EASTON. GEORGE B. PARROTT. 

ENOCH P. DAVIS. 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT. 



Hyde Park, February 14, 1870. 

Fellow Citizens : — Before retiring from our official station we 
hand you, as is customary, an account of the receipts and expendi- 
tures of the Town for the past financial year. 

As the money expended greatly exceeds that appropriated, we 
think it due to you, and to ourselves, that we explain (to some ex- 
tent) the cause of this excess. 

We reprove ourselves for making the estimates on the new streets 
too hastily, and can only excuse this by pleading lack of time to 
make careful surveys, and close approximations to the amount of 
labor to be accomplished. 

On the other hand, the appropriation for this work was five thou- 
sand dollars less than the amount thought necessary, and solicited 
by this Board. 

In making our figures, we made no allowance for repairing dam- 
ages caused by change of grade on these streets ; it being the usual 
custom to settle such claims after the completion of the work, either 
by compromise with the Selectmen, or by a process of law. In- 
stead of resorting to either of these methods, we took the responsi- 
bility to repair damages as we progressed ; and we believe this plan 
to have been much more satisfactory to the owners of the estates 
injured than any other in practice ; and, although attended with 
considerable expense, costing the Town far less than though ad- 
justed in any other manner. 

At the junction of Maple and Walnut Streets, we met with a dif- 
ficulty that was not foreseen. Owing to the conformation of the 
hill, we found that it was absolutely impracticable to locate Maple 
Street as laid down on the plan of this section of our town ; and, in 
changing to its present position, it was neccessary to raise Walnut 
Street to its present grade, as well as to move the store near the 



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railroad, and to construct the walls now to be seen on Maple and 
Walnut Streets. 

We, moreover, were not prepared to find such a stubborn resis- 
tance by Dame Nature to our efforts to reduce the grades on Mount 
Neponset ; the structure of this hill being in places almost adaman- 
tine in its nature, and only to be worn away, as it were, by the con- 
tinuous blows of the pick- axe. 

Now, while feeling liable to censure for want of care in making 
our estimates, we are satisfied that our plans were correct, and, as 
those originally adopted were strictly adhered to, no labor was lost 
on account of their change. We also believe that the labor on 
these streets (considering the somewhat extraordinary combination 
of circumstances, and also considering the system, or lack of sys- 
tem, under which it was done) has not been extravagantly expen- 
sive, and we have reason to hope that, as time rolls on, you will 
have no cause to regret the expenditure of the money used in their 
construction. 

We have alluded to the system of making town-ways adopted by 
us, and in general practice by the Town authorities in our vicinity ; 
and, on this point, desire to say a few words. Generally speaking, it 
is not economical, or even practical, to let such work out by the con- 
tract, and it is, therefore, usually accomplished by the day, under 
the supervision of the highway surveyors. Now, these officers, as a 
rule, are selected from the business portion of the community, and 
have not, apart from their occupation, that amount of time to de- 
vote to the interest of the Town which true economy would seem 
to require. For this reason, our work has been unsatisfactory to 
ourselves, and (as it is quite probable that the Town officers will be 
drawn from the same class in the future as they have been in the 
past) we fear that those who follow us in this work will labor with 
the same un gratifying result, unless another system is adopted. 

Former impressions, developed by the last year's experience into 
fixed convictious, urge us to counsel you to do no more of this sort 
of work until enough has accumulated to warrant the employment 
(for one season at least) of a skilled engineer to lay out the work, 
and of an experienced road-master, to personally and constantly 



superintend it. We also believe that it would be greatly to the ad- 
vantage of the Town to own the teams employed ; buying the 
horses in the spring, and disposing of them, if thought best, in the 
fall. 

An iron bridge, of the Moseley pattern, has been placed across 
Mother Brook, on Central Park Avenue. It has cost something 
more than was appropriated, owing, in part, to a reduction of the 
estimate, and also to the fact that the bridge is longer and wider 
than the one first under consideration, therefore affording better 
accommodation to the traveling public, and is not so open to the 
objections of the owners of water privileges along this stream. 

The population of our town is rapidly increasing, and so are its 
wants, which keep pace with its growth. This is particularly ap- 
parent in regard to the school accommodations, which are entirely 
insufficient to meet the present necessities of the town.- 

It is imperative that we have more and better school buildings, 
and you will soon be called upon to decide to what extent they shall 
be increased, and where they shall be located. 

In contemplating the future, it is plainly to be seen that a large 
amount of money will be required in furnishing the neccesary town 
buildings, and in making town-ways in the most densely settled 
portions of our Town ; but if this cost is met gradually, we need 
not be overburdened by taxation in the endeavor to place our town 
in a condition that will compare favorably with those surrounding 
us. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

ZENAS ALLEN. 
D. L. DAVIS. 
WILLIAM J. STUART. 
BENJAMIN F. RADFORD. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON BY-LAWS. 



The committee to whom was referred the subject of preparing 
By-Laws for the Town of Hyde Park have attended to that duty, 
and respectfully submit the following draft : — 

BY-LAWS. 

NOTIFICATION OF TOWN MEETINGS. 

Every Town Meeting shall be notified by posting a copy of the 
Warrant calling the same, in five public places in the Town, seven 
days, at least, before the day appointed for said meeting. 

RULES FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF TOWN MEETINGS. 

1. No final vote shall be reconsidered, except upona motion made 
within one hour after such vote has passed, unless such reconsider- 
ation is ordered by a vote of three-fourths of the voters present. 

2. All questions submitted for the consideration of the Town, in- 
volving the expenditure of money, shall be in writing ; and all other 
motions shall be reduced to writing, if required by the presiding 
officer. 

3. No vote, fixing the period for closing a ballot, shall be recon- 
sidered after such ballot shall have commenced ; but it may be in 
order to extend the period without such reconsideration. 

4. When a question is under debate, motions shall be received to 
adjourn, to lay on the table, the previous question, to postpone in- 
definitely, to postpone to a time certain, to commit, or to amend ; 
which several motions shall have precedence in the order in which 
they are herein arranged. 

5. The powers and duties of the presiding officer, not especially 
provided for by law, or by the foregoing rules, shall be determined 
by the rules of practice contained in Cushing's Manual, so far as 
they are adapted to the condition and powers of the Town. 

FINANCIAL YEARS. 

The Financial Year of the Town shall begin with the first day of 
April in each year, and end with the thirty-first day of March fol- 
lowing. 



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ANNUAL TOWN MEETING. 

The Annual Town Meeting shall be on the second Tuesday of 
April in each year, and all reports of town officers shall be made 
at that time. 

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. 

No action shall be had at any Town Meeting on the report of 
any committee previously chosen, unless the same shall be specially 
notified in the Warrant for calling such meeting. 

MEETING OF TOWN OFFICERS. 

The Selectmen, Overseers of the Poor, Surveyors of Highways, 
and School Committee, shall post up, in some conspicuous place, at 
their official rooms, a notice of the times of their respective meet- 
ings. 

COLLECTION OF TAXES. 

1. The assessments of taxes shall be completed, and a list of the 
same delivered to the Collector, on or before the first day of August 
of each year. 

2. All taxes may be assessed, except poll taxes, if paid on or 
before the first day of October next after the assessment, shall be 
entitled to a discount of two per cent. All single poll taxes shall 
be paid in fourteen days after demand All taxes shall be paid in 
full on or before the first day of November ; and, if not so paid, 
interest shall be added at the rate of twelve per cent, per annum. 

REMOVAL OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS. 

1. No building shall be removed over a public street without the 
written permission of the Selectmen, and the Selectmen shall in no 
case grant permission to remove any building, which in its removal 
will cause the injury or destruction of any tree or shrub, the prop- 
erty of individuals, whether in the street or otherwise, unless the 
written consent of the owners of said property shall be first had 
and obtained. 

2. Such written permission shall contain a condition that the 
owner of such building, or the person or persons removing the 
same, shall pay the Town all damages, costs and expenses for which 
the Town may be liable or compelled to pay, by reason of said 
street being obstructed or encumbered. 

3. No person shall place or cause to be placed in any of the pub- 
lic streets, sidewalks, lands, or upon any of the common lands of 
the Town, without a written license from the Selectmen, any 



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manure, dirt, gravel, stones, building materials, wood, coal, bar- 
rels, boxes, merchandise, or any rubbish of any kind whatever, 
and suffer the same to remain for twenty-four hours. Such license 
shall not be granted in the case of persons building, when the per- 
son whose land is built upon has sufficient adjecent land on which 
the materials may be deposited. Upon notice from one or more of 
the Selectmen to any person offending as aforesaid, or to the per- 
son owning the substance or article placed in violation of this By- 
Law, such person or owner shall immediately remove the same. 

PASTURING OF CATTLE OR OTHER ANIMALS ON STREETS OR WAYS. 

1. The Town hereby adopts and avails itself of the provisions of 
Chapter 45 of the General Statutes, relating to the pasturing of 
cattle or other animals in streets or ways. 

2. No person shall be allowed to pasture any cattle or other ani- 
mals upon any streets or ways in said Town, either with or without 
a keeper, except within the limits of such way adjoining his own 
premises. 

PENALTIES UNDER THE BY-LAWS. 

Every violation of any of the foregoing By-Laws shall be pun- 
ished by a fine of not less than one dollar nor more than twenty dol- 
lars, to be recovered by complaint before any Trial Justice in the 
County of Norfolk. 

PROSECUTIONS UNDER THE BY-LAWS. 

It shall be the duty of the Selectmen to prosecute every violation 
of any of the foregoing By-Laws by complaint before any Trial Jus- 
tice in the County of Norfolk. 

BY-LAWS, WHEN TO TAKE EFFECT. 

These By-Laws shall go into effect from and after their passage, 
and their approval by the Superior Court within and for the County 
of Norfolk. 



Town Office, 
Hyde Park, December 13, 1869. 

EXTRACT FROM RECORDS OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK, OF PROCEEDINGS 
OF A TOWN MEETING HOLDEN JANUARY 28th, 1869. 

Article 4. — A. H. Brainard, of the Committee on By-Laws, re- 
ported a draft. 

Voted, to accept the report of the Committee, and adopt the By- 
Laws recommended. 



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EXTRACT FROM SAME, OF TOWN MEETING HOLDEN MONDAY, 
APRIL 5, 1869. 

Article 10. — Voters to so amend the By-Laws as to change the 
time of holding the annual Town Meeting from the first Monday 
in April to the first Monday in March, and the close of the financial 
year from February fifteenth to January fifteenth. 

EXTRACT FROM SAME, OF TOWN MEETING HOLDEN THURSDAY, 
OCTOBER 14, 1869. 

Article 2. — Voted to have the following incorporated among the 
By-Laws of the town : — 

" Coasting on any of the highways of the Town is prohibited, and 
the Constables and Police Officers are hereby instructed to enforce 
this law." 

The above is a true copy from Town Records. 

Attest : 

HENRY C. ADAMS, Town Clerk of Hyde Park. 



COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

Norfolk, ss. Superior Court. 

December Term, 1869. 

The foregoing By-Laws, having been examined, are hereby ap- 
proved. 

FRANCIS H. DEWEY, Justice of the Superior Court. 

A true copy. Attest : 

ERASTUS WORTHINGTON, Clerk. 



EXPENDITURES. 



SCHOOLS 

HIGH SCHOOL. 



Paid C. M. Barrows, teaching, 
Samuel Thurber, " 
P. Curley, care of rooms, 
F. G. Gerry, " " 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Paid G. Chilson, stoves, &c, 
T. Dolan, repairs, 

W. O. Haskell & Son, furniture, . 
W. S. Everett, procuring teacher, 
Crummett's express, 
T. Bailey, clock, 



$292 50 

80 95 

6 50 

3 00 

$382 95 



$50 


11 


39 


40 


. 212 


00 


35 


18 


4 


00 


9 


00 



$349 69 



CENTRAL SCHOOL. 








Paid S. S. Lancaster, teaching, L . . . . $458 03 


E. E. Towle, " 








131 25 


A. F. Jaqueth, " 








64 28 


A. C. Clapp, " music, 








10 71 


E. M. Warren, " 








250 30 


Miss M. M. Davis, " 








383 23 


Miss J. M. Stone, " 








107 14 


C. M. Clark, " 








85 71 


W. Mclnnis, care fires, 








86 21 


McAvoy & Co., coal, 








139 00 


Blodgett & Barrett, coal, 








12 75 


• 


$1,728 61 



13 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Paid B. "W. Dunkley, stove and pipe, 
Mrs. Troy, cleaning, 
G. W. Noyes, painting, 
M. E. Angell, repairs, . 
T.Todd, " 

* Wetherbee's express, 
Crummett's " 
Flint Bros., window shades, 
Blake & Alden, three sinks, 
T. Bailey, repairing clock, . 
T. Dolan, repairs, 
W. H. S. Ventres, sundries, 
R. Bleakie, rent, 
Thompson & Russell, repairs, 



20 

75 



$80 55 

8 87 

11 22 

1 

3 

11 50 
1 13 

11 90 

12 00 
50 
40 

7 46 

490 00 

5 10 











$645 58 


FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 


Paid G-. M. Fellows, teaching, .... $514 28 


Miss S. A. Everett, " 








457 98 


" S. A. Dutton, " 








417 85 


" E. M. Cate, " 








243 75 


" J. M. Stone, " 








85 71 


A. C. Clapp, " music, 
W. Watson, care of rooms, 








10 71 
68 00 


McAvoy & Co., coal, 
Blodgett & Barrett, coal, 








60 00 
11 50 


INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 


$1,869 78 


Paid J. L. Ross, furniture, $394 05 


B. W. Dunkley, stove, 
Blake & Alden, chairs, 








31 20 
8 50 


G. W. Noyes, repairs, 
T. Dolan, " 








13 00 

4 75 


Wetherbee's express, 








15 25 


W. H. S. Ventres, sundries, 








31 39 


T. Bailey, repairing clock, . 

M. A. Curley, cleaning, 

T. D. Weld, rent, . ... 








1 50 

12 00 

350 00 


Thompson & Russell, repairs, 








31 39 



$893 03 



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EVERETT SCHOOL. 
Paid E. M. Lancaster, teaching, 

G. W. Wiggin, " 

H. Wilde, " 

Miss S. M. Vose, " 

" M. H. Payson, teaching, 
" E. H. Page, " 

" M. A. Hammond, " 
" A. M. Gilpatric, " 
" C. K. Davis, " 

« M. S. Longfellow, " 

E. E. Towle, " 

S. F. Farrar, " 

C. Jigger, care of rooms, 

G. Rollins, « " 

P. Russell, " " 

H. Egan, " " 

M. A. Lawler, " " 

McAvoy & Co., coal, 

A. C. Clapp, teaching music, 

INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Paid George Hewes, balance on piano, 

B. Swan, repairs, 
G. W. Noyes, " 
W. H. S. Ventres, sundries, 
T. Dolan, repairs, 
Jas. Glass, " roof, 
T. Bailey, repair of clock, 
Advertising, 
Drain pipe, 

J. M. Williams, repairs, 
J. C. Pierce, " 

R. T. Rollins, " 

Thompson & Russell, repairs, 

DAMON SCHOOL. 
Paid Miss E. A. Marshall, teaching, 
J. N. Stevens, " 

Miss A. L. W. Everett, " 

Amount carried forward, 



$470 38 
714 29 

62 50 
496 66 

14 08 
74 82 

63 46 
105 29 
124 28 
235 70 
112 50 

23 56 
17 50 
3 86 
38 50 
31 25 
40 25 
139 00 
10 71 



$2,778 


59 


$88 36 


12 


50 


12 


25 


29 


11 


22 50 


34 


56 


1 


50 


1 


00 


4 


80 


5 


67 


24 


45 


5 


50 


29 


11 


$271 31 


$465 64 


1,186 


44 


465 


64 



5,117 72 



15 



Amount brought forward, 
Paid Miss M. A. Hammond, teaching, 
Miss A. F. Adams, " 

Miss E. M. Warren, " 

E. J. Farrington, care rooms, 
C. F. Clapp, making fires, 

F. M. Canning, " 
W. Thompson, " 
McAvoy & Co., coal, 
C. H. Barrett, wood, 
Blodgett & Barrett, coal, 
A. C. Clapp, teaching music, 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Paid W. N. Noyes, building house, 
W. N. Noyes, repairs, 
Blake & Alden, office chairs, 
O. Haskell & Son, furniture, 
A. C. Clapp, repairs, 
T. Dolan, stove, &c, 
G. Chilson, stove and repairs, 
Freight, &c, 
Moving furniture, 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

[Bills so made out as to render it impossible to determine for which school 
was expended.] 

Paid W. H. S. Ventres, sundries, . 

O. Lappen & Co., brooms, &c, 

G. W. Noyes, repairs and paint, 

J. B. Chisholm, printing, 

W. H. Butman, labor, 

L. J. Ross, furniture, 

C. C. Stark, sundries, 

J. L. Hammett, books, &c, . 

R. Corson, carting, 

W. H. S. Ventres, care buildings, 

T. Todd, blanks, 

W. O. Haskell, furniture, 

M. E. Noble, books, &c, 



$2,117 


72 


192 


85 


7 


69 


207 


72 


51 


75 


39 


76 


6 


68 


3 


75 


95 


25 


4 


00 


8 


50 


10 


71 


$2,746 38 


$475 00 


21 


41 


7 


50 


217 


96 


23 


52 


19 


35 


55 


65 


2 


25 


8 


00 


$830 64 


ol the money 


$5 


18 


6 


38 


12 


90 


32 


00 


16 


67 


91 


50 


2 


08 


29 


14 


4 


00 


75 


00 


5 


00 


50 


50 


19 


53 



Amount carried forward, 



16 



Amount brought forward, 
Paid A. Webster, stationery and printing, 
C. Gilman, copying, 
Thompson & Co., crayons, &c, 
O. Lappen, mats and dusters, 
J. B. Chiskolm, printing, 
E. P. Dutton, maps, . 
T. Dolan, repairs, 
H. M. Hamblin, rent of hall, 
C. C. Stark, sundries, 
M. E. Noble, books, . 
W. H. S. Ventres, sundries, 
A. Webster, sundries, 
A. Webster, as clerk of school committee, 
A. Webster, as finance com. and treas. school com 
J. S. Hussey, clocks, . 
O. Lappen, dust-pans and baskets, 
O. Lappen, brooms and dusters, 
M. E. Noble, books, &c, 
Thompson & Russell, repairs, 
Thompson & Russell, repairs, 
W. H. S. Ventres, paid for repairs, 
W. H. S. Ventres, time and expense in looking af- 
ter teachers, 



11 


25 


7 


00 


3 


93 


15 


38 


12 


00 


39 


00 


46 


47 


12 


00 


9 


99 


55 


02 


23 


56 


26 


34 


75 


00 


62 


50 


22 


50 


6 


50 


10 


00 


40 


64 


90 


70 


16 


97 


9 


30 


50 


51 



$996 44 



SCHOOL EXPENDITURES. 
Amount of School Fund appropriation, . $12,000 00 
Amount of School Fund transferred to 
highways, . . 

To be appropriated as School Fund proper, 
Appropriation for incidental expenses, 



Expended by Committee as School Fund 
proper, ..... 

Expended by Committee as incidentals, . 

Expended by Committee for miscellane- 
ous purposes, .... 



6l<±60 


u< 


$9,576 


33 


# 


• 


9,576 
3,759 


33 

81 




$13,336 


14 


9,506 
2,990 


31 

25 






996 


44 






$13,493 00 



17 

Total appropriation for school purposes, . . . $13,336 14 



Overpaid by Committee, ...... $156 86 

The undersigned respectfully report that they have examined the 
feregoing bills, and find them properly vouched. 

C. C. BRADBURY, 
ROBERT BLEAKIE, 
ENOCH P. DAVIS, 

Auditors. 



SUPPORT 0? THE POOR. 

POOR TRAVELERS. 

Paid Henry F. Biseett, meals furnished, . . $34 84 
James Patterson, meals and lodging, . 12 50 



INSANE. 

Paid Treasurer Worcester Lunatic Hospital, for 

board of H. E. Hutchinson, . . $207 05 
H. A. Rich, returning same to Hospital, 7 30 



$2 35 
4 50 


$8 59 
4 50 


$24 00 

2 00 

2 25 

18 85 



$47 34 



$214 35 



State Reform School at Westborough, — 
Paid support of John Flaherty, . . . $13 00 

Daniel Condon, — 
Paid D. O'Connell, groceries, . . . $0 70 

Mrs. Mary Holmes, milk, . . . 1 94 

J. F. Higgins, M. D., medical attendance, 10 00 

$12 64 

Hannah Ryan, — 
Paid Daniel O'Connell, groceries, 

J. B. Farrington, wood, . 

Michael Timmins, — 
Paid Daniel O'Connell, groceries, 

J. B. Farrington, wood, . 

Mrs. Gilbert Dean, — 
Paid Zenas Allen, cash paid, 
Zenas Allen, wood, 
C. H. Barrett, coal, 

J. D. & T. Lawson, groceries, 

$47 10 

Total, $354 37 



$6 85 



$13 09 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 

Paid J. B. Farrington, wood for P. Milan, 

J. B. Farrington, wood for Mrs. B. Blanch- 
ard, ....... 

Richard Wright, groceries for Robert Tay- 
lor, 

J. D. & T. Lawson, groceries for Mr. 
Flemming, ..... 

J. D. & T. Lawson, groceries for Hannah 
Malone, . . . 

J. D. & T. Lawson, groceries for Mary- 
O'Brien, 

H. C.Adams, expense of sending W. Kent 
to State Almshouse at Bridgewater, . 

C. H. Barrett, coal for B- Fitzgerald, 

Zenas Allen, expense of sending Mrs. Mc- 
Laughlin to her friends, 

W. S. Everett, M. D., medical services, . 

P. B. Whittemore, funeral expenses of 

Emma F. Collins, | . 2 00 

P. B. Whittemore, funeral expenses of 

Andora Vanhook, . . . . 14 00 

City of Boston, board Louisa Withington, 55 00 



$4 25 


7 31 


49 


33 


3 


82 


6 


04 


5 


00 


1 


80 


13 


00 


3 


40 


35 


25 



$198 20 



Total expended $552 57 

Amount transferred to highway appropriation 

by vote of Town, Jan. 31, 1870, . . $522 93 



Total, $1,075 50 

CREDIT. 

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



Excess, $75 50 



NEW BRIDGE ACROSS MOTHER BROOK, AT CENTRAL PARK AVENUE. 
Paid Clapp, Ballou & Co., granite, . . . $235 35 

E. H. Hewins, drawings and tracings of 

bridge and abutments, . . . . 50 00 

Jonas Fitch, spruce timber, . . . . Ill 00 

Amount carried forward, $396 35 



19 



Amount brought forward, 
Paid American Tool Machine Co., iron, &c, 
Wm. J. Stuart, cash for labor, 
B. H. Hardy, for labor, 
Alexander Murry, labor, 
B. Swan, carting and filling, 
Thomas O'Keefe, labor, 
B. F. Radford, for freight, 
George Stanton, use of engine, 
John Bennett, laying stone, 
John Bennett, cutting stone, 
Boston & Prov. Railroad, freight on granite, 
John B. Farrington, carting granite, 
B. F. Leach, lumber, ..... 
J. M. Perry, painting, .... 
Moseley Iron Building Works, bridge, 

Total, 



$396 


35 


19 


36 


30 


00 


453 


99 


40 


87 


340 


75 


27 


00 


5 


57 


198 


00 


. 1,238 


25 


5 


20 


3 


50 


34 


00 


26 


59 


9 


00 


. 2,962 


60 


. $5,791 


03 



CREDIT. 



By amount of appropriation, 
Excess of expenditure, 



$3,500 00 
$2,291 03 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 
Paid Geo. L. Richardson, surveying town lines, 
Sidney Allen, 2 ballot boxes, 
Blake & White, rent of town office and Music 

Hall, 

Samuel Ward & Co., stationery, 

School Committee, 

H. C. Adams, services as constable, warrants, &c 

H. C. Adams, copying, 1868 and 1869, 

H. C. Adams, cash paid for lamps, keys, blank 

books, &c, 

H. C. Adams, returning births and deaths, 

Henry B. Terry, copying, .... 

C. W. Turner, cash paid for copying, 

C. W. Turner, legal services, 

L. Rhodes, printing town reports and warrants, 

Amount carried forward, 



$262 59 


8 


00 


315 


00 


24 


77 


3,759 


83 


32 


50 


6 


60 


26 


05 


47 


20 


9 


55 


10 


95 


15 


00 


207 50 



L,725 54 



20 



Amount brought forward, 
Paid Thomas Dolan, repairing stove in office, . 
George B. Lothrop, 6 keys, 
Stephen Smith & Co., 6 chairs, 
Norcross, Mellen & Co., 2 spittoons, . 
Crummett's Express, freight on the above, 
S. G. Cheever, badges for fire wards, 
T. W. Steamburg, care of town office, 

C. C. Bradbury, services as auditor, 
E. P. Davis, services as auditor, 
H. C. Adams, services as auditor, 
Barrows & Getchell, printing, . 
W. J. Schofield, printing election tickets, . 
J. E. Dow, lighting lamps, 
Edmund Davis, examining records, 
David L. Davis, paid policemen's fees at county 

fair, ....... 

John R. Hill, constable and policemen's badges 

Fairbairn's Express, expressing, 

Charles Jacobs, police duty, 

Parker, Gannett & Osgood, R. R. barrows, 1-2 

doz., ....... 

H. F. Bissett, refreshments at fire, . 

Thomas French, lighting lamps, 

Thomas French, police duty, 

Abner Howland, blacksmith work, 

Elisha Merrill, police duty at county fair, 

Cutter, Tower & Co., blank books for assessors, 

D. G. Carless & Co., stone monuments for town 
line, ........ 

Rollins Brothers' Express, for expressing, . 

Fairbanks, Brown & Co., standard scales and meas- 
ures, 

Warren Withington, building house for hearse, 

H. R. Wetherbee, expressage, .... 

P. B. Whittemore, painting hearse-house, . 

G. H. Barrett, coal and wood for town office, . 

R. Williams, repairs in town office, . 

R. T. Rollins, repairs on furnace in Central 
School, 

H. A. Rich, collecting taxes, . 

Amount carried forward, 



$4,755 


54 


3 


50 


1 


50 


15 


00 


1 


00 


1 


20 


5 


50 


42 


70 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


50 


75 


4 


50 


204 


41 


79 


50 


18 


50 


86 


00 


1 


35 


53 


60 


23 


00 


10 


50 


373 


00 


163 


60 


23 


72 


4 


00 


24 


00 


35 


00 


4 


15 


178 


00 


115 


00 


5 


00 


15 


00 


4 


71 


1 


08 


20 


12 


452 


53 



1,771 96 



21 



Amount brought forward, 
Paid H. A. Rich, cash paid for tax-book and copying, 
H. A. Rich, constable's duty, .... 
American Tool & Machine Co., sundry articles 
for standard scales, ..... 
Turner & Cheney, legal services, 
J. F. Goodwin, care of lock-up, . . . 

J. Peak & Son, for hearse, . 
George W. Richardson, surveying for town map, . 



Amount transferred to highway appropriation, 
Total, .. . . . 



771 


96 


11 


25 


16 


00 


8 


12 


34 


90 


8 


00 


450 


00 


193 


25 



17,493 56 
358 41 

57,851 97 



CREDIT. 

Amount of appropriations, (not including amounts 
paid for hearse and town map,) 



$7,000 00 



HIGHWAY EXPENSES. 
Paid ¥m. J. Stuart, cash for labor, . 

B. Swan, for labor, men and teams, . 
George, L. Richardson, plans and profiles of 

streets, &c, ...... 

C. C. Bradbury, repairs on estate, Fairmount Av 
Henry Grew, cash paid for labor, 
David L. Davis, cash paid for labor, 
John Duggan, cash paid for labor, 
John Downey, labor, men and teams, 
Elisha Merrill, labor, men and teams, 
Hugh Cox, for labor, ..... 

E. L. Grant, labor men and teams, . 

B. H. Hardy, cash paid for labor, 

Thomas Rooney, cash paid for labor, 

Thomas French, police duty at Lawson's store 

while moving, ..... 
M. Drinen, moving Lawson's store, . 
R. T. Woodward, grading estates on new street, 
M. E. Angell, painting and glazing Lawson's store, 
John Dailey, labor, 

Amount carried forward, 



$93 48 


8,145 


65 


297 


16 


165 


00 


309 


12 


142 


12 


2,086 


58 


734 


50 


498 


44 


130 


00 


150 


50 


981 


75 


105 


00 


34 


00 


215 


00 


637 


50 


36 


11 


10 


00 



t,771 91 



22 



Amount brought forward, 
Paid David Higgins, labor on Lawson's store, . 
Morss & Whyte, 2 gravel screens, 
Thomas Mullen, cash paid for labor, 
Patrick Kooney, labor, .... 
Wm. Devine, stone for culverts, 
George H. Bird, drag, .... 

Parker, Gannett & Osgood, shovels and picks, 

C. Spring, for repairs on estate, 

J. T. Potts, for repairs on estate, - . 
John Sullivan for labor, .... 
Jonas Fitch, cedar posts, and trimming same, 
American Tool & Machine Co., 

D. G. Corliss & Co., granite, 

Boston, Hartford & Erie E. R., freight on stone, 

Thompson & Russell, lumber and fencing, 

Rinaldo Williams, repairs on R. R. bridge, 

Corson Bro's, carting stone, 

Wm. Bullard, gravel, ..... 

George W. Noyes, painting Fairmount bridge, 

J. Corbett, labor, men and teams, 

H. Bachlott, damages by moving shop, 

A Murray, labor on fences, &c, 

C. H. Rhodes, cost of putting in steps, 

E. J. Coleman, building new fence, . 
Charles Ellis, stone, .... 

C. H. Barrett, wood and coal, . 

D. W. Phipps, labor, men and teams, 

Total, 

CREDIT. 

Amount of appropriation, .... 
Amount transferred from poor account, 
Amount transferred from school account, . 
Amount transferred from incidental account, 

Total, . . 

Excess of expenditures, .... 



,771 91 

269 79 

24 00 

123 50 

48 75 

138 62 

8 00 

29 05 
200 00 

30 00 
12 50 
27 00 
75 50 

126 80 

39 60 

385 45 

1 75 

1 25 
36 00 

113 52 

1,195 27 

8 57 

442 88 

2 00 
77 56 

8 00 

39 50 

8,625 43 



. $26,858 20 


. 10,500 


00 


522 


93 


. 2,423 


64 


358 


41 


. 13,804 


98 



$13,053 22 



23 



TOWN OFFICERS. 
Paid Zenas Allen, services as Selectman, Assessor, 
Overseer of the Poor, and Surveyor of High- 
ways, $300 00 

David L. Davis, for same, . . '. . 300 00 

William J. Stuart, for same, . . . . 300 00 

Benjamin F. Radford, for same, .... 300 00 
Henry C. Adams, for services as Town Clerk and 

Clerk for Selectmen, . . . . • 300 00 

C. W. Turner, for same, 54 00 

Henry S. Adams, for services as Treasurer, . 200 00 
Rev. W. H. S. Ventres, services as School Com- 
mittee, . . . 152 70 

Rev. A. "Webster, for same, .... 142 00 

Rev. P. B. Davis, for same, , . . . 30 00 

Rev. N. T. Whitaker, for same, .... 45 00 

Rev. W. H. Collins, for same, . . . . 60 33 

William A. Bullard, for same, . . . . 108 00 

W. S. Everett, for same, .... 43 06 

B. C. Vose, for same, 100 00 

H. R. Cheney, for same, . . . . 36 00 

$2,471 09 

CREDIT. 

Amount of appropriation for salaries, . . . $3,000 00 



Balance unexpended, 



$528 91 



The undersigned respectfully report that they have examined the 
foregoing bills, and find them properly vouched. 

C. C. BRADBURY, 
ROBERT BLEAKIE, 
ENOCH P. DAVIS, 

Auditors. 



24 



Town of Hyde Park in Account with Henut A. Rich, Collector of 

Taxes. 



Jan. 15. 


By uncollected Taxes, as per 
Account dated Feb. 15, 1869. 

Assessed in 1868, 
Less abatements, . $123 04 
Less uncollected, . 1,211 89 


$5,166 23 
$1,334 93 








$3,831 30 






Interest collected, . 


253 66 




$4,084 96 








By Taxes assessed in 1869, 


$45,253 94 








Less abatements, . $401 15 










Less uncollected . 10,580 64 


$10,981 79 














$34,272 15 






Interest collected, 


100 51 








To Cash paid Treasurer at sundry times, 


$38,457 62 


$34,372 66 




$38,457 62 


$38 457 62 



Hyde Park, Jan. 15, 1870. 



HENKY A. RICH, Collector of Taxes. 



The undersigned, having examined the account of the Collector 
of Taxes, hereby certify that the above account current is correct. 

C. C. BRADBURY, 

ROBERT BLEA.KIE, 

E. P. DAVIS. 

Auditors. 
Hyde Park, February, 1870. 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT. 



The following are the statistics of Births, Intentions of Marriages, 
Marriages, and Deaths, in Hyde Park, for the year ending Decem- 
ber 31, 1869 :— 

BIRTHS. 

Males, 46 

Females, 45 

"Whole number for the year, 91 

The parentage of the children is as follows : — 

Both parents American, . . . . . . 24 

Both parents Irish, . . . . . . . . 31 

Both parents English, ....... 5 

One parent American, . . . . . . . 14 

Parents of different nationalities, . . . . . 17 

Total, 91 



MARRIAGES. 

Jan. 3, 1869. — Maurice Lyons and Johannah Keoloan, both of 
Hyde Park. 

Jan. 17. — John Burke and Mary Grady, both of Hyde Park. 

Jan. 17. — Edward Sheehan and Mary Carroll, both of Hyde Park. 

Feb. 13. — Jacob B. Henry and Maggie J. Campbell, both of 
Hyde Park. 

March 15. — Joseph Clarkson and Ellen Keith, both of Hyde 
Park. 

March 18. — Anson B. Bartlett and Emily Warren, both of Hyde 
Park. 

March 31. — Martin V. Pratt, of Spring Prairie, Wis., and Eve- 
line E. Holmes, of Hyde Park. 

April 24. — Franklin L. Nickerson, of Hyde Park, and Annie E. 
Bacon, of Newton. 



27 

April 29. — James C. White, of Hyde Park, and Mary Nichols, of 
Cambridge. 

May 23. — George E. Noyes and Annie T. Calvert, both of Hyde 
Park. 

May 29. — Franklin M. Gay and Olive M. Messer, both of Stough- 
ton. 

May 29. — Charles F. Burnham and Helen F. Fisher, both of 
Stoughton. 

May 31. — Charles J. Ellis and Ada Bennett, both of Hyde Park. 

June 11. — Thomas J. Hardy, of Hyde Park, and Catharine Smith, 
of Dedham. 

June 12. — William Sawyer, of Hyde Park, and Elizabeth Batten, 
of Roxbury. 

June 28. — James W. Willard, Jr., and Mary G. Washburn, both 
of Hyde Park. 

June 29. — Henry C. Adams and Nettie A. By an, both of Hyde 
Park. 

July 2. — George Fisher, of Hyde Park, and Fidelia A. Lincoln, 
of Stoughton. 

July 7. — Charles P. Carlton and Sarah Spinney, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Aug. 15. — William White and Mary Ann Curley, both of Hyde 
Park. 

§ept. 9.— Edmund T. Tupper, of Springfield, and Fannie M. 
Webb, of Boston. 

Sept. 11. — Dennis O'Donnovan and Hannah O'Connor, both of 
Hyde Park. 

Sept. 22.— John G. Wager, of Hyde Park, and Hattie L. Free- 
man, of South Gardiner, Me. 

Sept. 29. — William J. Nelson and Isabella Norris, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Oct. 6. — Boscoe Damon and Nancy Newton, both of Hyde Park. 

Oct. 10. — John F. Butler and Bridget Curley, both of Hyde Park. 

Oct. 14. — Wilmot E. Broad, of Milton, and Arabella A. Faunce, 
of Hyde Park. 

Oct. 17. — John Horrigan and Ann Reagan, both of Hyde Park. 

Oct. 17. — Michael Costello and Mary Coleman, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Nov. 10. — Sumner T. Bradbury and Annie Carr, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Nov. 14. — Peter Fallon and Mary Higgins, both of Hyde Park. 

Nov. 18. — Charles F. Kendall and Addie M. Smith, both of Hyde 
Park. 



28 

Nov. 29. — John Dolan and Ellen Ryan, both of Hyde Park. 

Dec. 22. — Jerome B. Pepper, of Hyde Park, and Mary H. Col- 
burn, of Boston. 

Dec. 23. — Henry L. "Willard and Adeline M. Tupper, both of 
Hyde Park. 

Both parties American, . . . . . . 19 

Both parties foreign, ........ 9 

Americans and foreign, . .... 7 

Whole number registered . . . . . 35 

INTENTIONS OF MARRIAGE. 

Whole number of certificates issued, . . . . 51 

Eight of the certificates were given where both parties were resi- 
dents of Hyde Park, and persons who performed the marriage cere- 
monies have not complied with the law in regard to returning the 
certificates. 



29 

DEATHS. 



NAME. 



William Rogers 

Emma F. Collins 

Perley J. Whittemore.. . . 

William J. Hepburn 

Melvina A. Gridley 

Rooney 

Mary Ann Dreema 

Caroline A. Chickering. . 

Caroline Allen 

George A. Barnwell 

Catharine McCarty 

Mary E. Mahoney 

AchangaiMiller 

Hannah Milan 

Ellen Condon 

Willie A. Pratt 

Abraham W. Lamb 

Henrietta A. Thompson. 

Jane A. Pomfret 

Lillie May Hamilton 

Mary McCarty 

Charles Heaford 

Maria Rooney 

Matilda Behan 

Elizabeth Hayes 

Jane Easton 

Lydia Ann Everett 

Andrew B. Neal 

Lawrence Rooney 

Annie Mullaly 

John Hurley 

JohnW. Phillips 

Elizabeth E. Piper 

Bartholomew Shea 

Mary Ann Welch 

Matthew Lyons 

Earnestine Vautrinot. . . . 

Harvey Wilson 

Ida Sharrock 

Thomas Whalen 

Louisa Virginia Ellis 

Adelaide M. Bailey 

Clarissa Sumner 

William H. Bowker 

Thomas Nash 

Madeline Otesse 

Annie H. Everett 

John A. Mansfield 

Rebecca Stett 

James Kearnes 

Martha P. Gorham 

Mary Sweeney 

Michael Lewis 

Percey L. Chandler 

Horatio Nelson Bent 

Thomas F. McCarthy 

Gorham A. Matthews. . . . 



Yrs Ms. Ds 



51 



27 



CAUSE OP DEATH. 



Rheumatic and Typhoid Fevers 

Canker. 

Rupture. 

Water on brain. 

Still-born. 

Consumption. 

Croup. 

Tumor. 

Scarlet fever. 

Inflammation of brain. 

Accidently burned. 

Old age. 

Congestion of brain. 

Debility. 

Scarlet fever. 

Scarlet fever. 

Scarlet fever. 

Scarlet fever. 

Scarlet fever. 

Child-birth. 

Premature birth. 

Measles. 

Drowning. 

Drowning. 

Consumption. 

Convulsions. 

Inflammation of brain. 

Measles. 

Scarlet fever. 

Scarlet fever. 

Serasma. 

Cholera infantum. 

Whooping cough. 

General debility. 

General debility. 

Croup. 

Drowning. 

Debility. 

Rupture. 

Cholera infantum. 

Cholera infantum. 

Old age. 

Consumption. 

Whooping cough. 

Child-birth. 

Cholera infantum. 

Typhoid fever. 

Consumption. 

Paralysis. 

Congestion of lungs. 

Old age. 

Pneumonia. 

Paralysis. 

Cramp. 

Consumption. 



30 



Nativity. 

United States, -••45 

Ireland, 8 

British Provinces, 3 

Scotland, 1 

Total, - 57 

Causes of Death. 

Consumption, 5 

Brain diseases, 4 

Old age, 3 

Paralysis, 2 

Croup, 2 

Other, diseases, 25 

Accident, -- 4 

Measles, 2 

Fevers, 10 

Total, 57 

Ages. 

Under 1 year, - - - - 16 

Between 1 and 5 years, 14 

Between 5 and 10 years, 1 

Between 10 and 20 years, 4 

Between 20 and 30 years, 4 

Between 30 and 40 years, 6 

Between 40 and 50 years, 

Between 50 and 60 years, 4 

Between 60 and 70 years, > 4 

Between 70 and 80 years, 1 

Between 80 and 90 years, 2 

Between 90 and 100 years, - - 1 

Total 57 



HENRY C. ADAMS, Town Clerk. 



The undersigned respectfully report that they have examined the 
regoing records, and find them properly kept. 

C. C. BRADBURY, 
ROBERT BLEAKIE, 
ENOCH P. DAVIS, 

Auditors. 



31 



BESIDEKT TAX-PAYEES. 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Adams, C. Henry .... 


$51 33 


$5 80 


_ 


Adams, Henry C. 










- 


34 80 


$34 80 


Adams, Henry S. 










125 86 


17 98 


- 


Adler, Leonard 










- 


5 80 


- 


Allen, Orville 










38 28 


1 16 


- 


Allen, Zenas 










61 2S 


- 


- 


Angell, George E. 










74 86 


- 


74 86 


Angell, Moses E. 










9 05 


58 


- 


Arnold, Josiah F. 










43 15 


- 


- 


Ayer, George 










15 66 


- 


- 


Ayer, Lucy 










66 73 


2 32 


- 


Badger, Mary C. 










19 49 


_ 


- 


Badger, William F. 










92 22 


- 


- 


Bancroft, David C. 










32 89 


- 


32 89 


Barney, James E. . 










25 52 


- 


- 


Barrell, Anna E. 










34 80 


- 


- 


Barren, Thomas W. 










- 


7 19 


7 19 


Barrett, Charles H. 










67 98 


4 24 


- 


Barrows, C. M. 










- 


1 16 


_ 


Barrows, James 










86 81 


_ 


86 81 


Barry, Margaret 










44 54 


- 


_ 


Barry, Michael 










12 76 


- 


- 


Bascomb, T. J. 










- 


2 32 


- 


Bass, George W. . 










53 36 


5 80 


- 


Bass, William M. . 










32 48 


- 


- 


Bates, Joseph C. . 










42 69 


- 


42 69 


Bean, Edwin E. 










- 


15 08 


- 


Beatty, John 










56 05 


- 


- 


Beatty & Miles 










34 07 


- 


- 


Bennett, John 










6 96 


58 


- 


Bent, Horatio N. . 










82 36 


4 64 


- 


Benton, Ira L. 










29 70 


23 78 


30 28 


Berry, B. F. 










- 


1 45 


1 45 


Berger, Antoine 










13 63 


- 


- 


Bickford, Levi 










76 10 


- 


_ 


Bissett, Henry F. 










- 


18 85 


_ 


Blake, Alpheus P. 










255 30 


128 06 


_ 


Blake, A. P., Trustee 










116 00 


_ 


_ 


Blake, Enoch E. . . 










62 64 


_ 


_ 


Blake, Sargent 










71 92 


_ 


_ 


Blake & White 










171 10 


_ 


171 10 


Blanchard, Richard 










59 74 


_ 


_ 


Blasdale, Henry 










46 91 


19 72 


_ 


Blasdale, Oliver P. 










11 67 


- 


- 


Blazo, William A. 










185 29 


23 78 


209 07 


Bleakie, John 










22 73 


_ 


22 73 


Bleakie, Robert, Truste 










64 53 


_ 


_ 


Bleakie, Robert 










210 67 


4 06 


_ 


Blodgett, S. P. 










- 


2 90 


- 



32 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYEES— ( Continued). 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Blodgett & Barrett .... 


_ 


$47 56 


$47 56 


Bodwell, Nathaniel 










$29 35 


- 


■ - 


Bodwell, William 










33 41 


3 48 


36 89 


Bonney, William A. 










99 41 


46 69 


- 


Bowen, Patience . 










4 64 


- 


- 


Bowers, William T. 










25 92 


1 16 


- 


Boyd, B. L. H. Co. 










- 


29 00 


- 


Boyclen, Bradford E. 










10 21 


- 


- 


Boynton, Francis 










19 00 


- 


- 


Bradbury, C. C. 










105 80 


7 85 


- 


Bradbury, Isaac W. 










15 08 


— 


15 08 


Bradbury, S. A. 










292 95 


24 42 


- 


Bradbury, S. A. & C. C. 










67 86 


- 


- 


Bragg, William M. 










194 94 


- 


194 94 


Brainard, Amos H. 










78 88 


9 86 


88 74 


Brown, John B. 










1 74 


_ 


1 74 


Brown, Orin Q. 










22 92 


- 


- 


Bruce, John R. ? . 










13 79 


9 28 


- 


Bryant, Henry C. 










26 45 


17 40 


43 85 


Bullard, Isaac 










- 


5 86 


- 


Bullard, Lydia M. 












12 88 


- 


Bullard, MaryfA. . 










- 


5 86 


- 


Bullard, William \. 










257-52 


31 61 


- 


Bullard, William A. 










27 84 


9 28 


- 


Bunker, S. S. 










29 58 


_ 


_ 


Burns, Dennis 










34 52 


_ 


_ 


Burns, Timothy 










1 16 


_ 


- 


Burnett, Marshall . 










30 51 


- 


- 


Cable, H. M. 










23 43 




_ 


Caflin, Elizabeth B. 










113 90 


_ 


- 


Campbell, John 










48 72 


- 


48 72 


Campbell, Josiah . 










17 75 


- 


- 


Campbell, William A. 










12 93 


1 16 


14 09 


Cannon, Michael 










14 15 


- 


_ 


Cannon, Michael, 2d 












14 


_ 


Carleton, Hiram 










105-56 


_ 


_ 


Chadbourne & Perry 










41 00 


- 


- 


Chapman, Heirs of Geo. 


W. 








30 62 


- 


30 62 


Chapman, Lucy, Mrs. . 










80 85 


37 70 


118 55 


Cheney, George 










- 


2 32 


2 32 


Clark, Heman A. . 










36 52 


- 


36 52 


Clark, Harriett, Mrs. 










19 72 


_ 


19 72 


Clark, L. C. 










2 32 


36 25 


- 


Clark, Marcus 










35 31 


- 


- ■ 


Clark, Mary, Mrs., 2d . 










- 


23 20 


- 


Clark, Prunella, Mrs. . 










35 38 


- 


- 


Clark, S. D. . 










28 19 


5 89 


16 08 


Cleary, Cornelius . 










7 54 


- 


- 


Clementson, Julia, Mrs. 










62 06 


2 32 


- 


Cobb, Charles H. 










34 51 


11 60 


46 11 


Cobb, Eben 










34 68 


- 


34 68 


Cobb, Sylvanus 










112 52 


3 48 


- 


Collins, Chester A. 










35 50 


- 


- 


Collins, Edward W. 










- 


25 2 


61 02 



33 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS— (Continued). 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Collins, John B. .... 


$31 90 


$2 32 


$34 22 


Coleman, E. J. 








372 35 


3 48 


375 83 


Conlan, Margaret M. 








9 28 


- 


- 


Cpnley, Michael 








4 64 


- 


_ 


Connel, Patrick 


i' 






12 76 


- 


- 


Connelly, Michael . 








12 76 


12 


- 


Connor, Barney 








102 75 


27 55 


- 


Connor, Michael . 








3 48 


_ 


3 48 


Conway, Caroline M. 








20 88 


- 


- 


Conway, Colin 








9 28 


- 


- 


Cook, H. P. 








26 91 


1 74 


-. 


Corbett, Jeremiah . 








1 74 


4 64 


- . 


Corrigan, John 








7 19 


- 


- 


Corrigan, Thomas . 








3 71 


- 


_ 


Corson, Reuben 








_ 


5 80 


5 80 


Crane, Nathaniel . 








_ 


30 16 


- 


Crane, Nathaniel, Trustee 








41 90 


- 


- 


Crocker & Lewis . 








_ 


11 02 


- 


Crowley, Dennis . 








- 


41 


- 


Cullen, Thomas 








19 86 


14 


- 


Curley, Patrick 








5 56 


17 


- 


Cushing, J. S. T. . 








46 29 


58 


- 


Cutler, Lydia A. 








132 47 


4 06 


- 


Daniels, Amos S. . 








11 05 


_ 


_ 


Darling. Henry A. 








42 65 


4 06 


46 71 


Davin, t. A. . 








- 


6 96 


- 


Davis, David L. 








102 08 


80 79 


- 


Davis, Enoch P. . 








- 


12 76 


- 


Davis, Perley B. . 








- 


9 25 


- 


Davis & Leverett . 








- 


9 28 


- 


Dexter, J. P. 








42 63 


1 74 


- 


Dickey, John C. 








26 56 


- 


_ 


Dolan, Patrick 








8 70 


- 


- 


Dolan, Thomas 








28 88 


19 43 


- 


Donnelly, Michael 








10 90 


4 87 


- 


Dooley, John 








24 94 


- 


- 


Dooley, John P. & Co. . 








- 


3 48 


- 


Dorr, James 








71 93 


- 


71 93 


Dow, James G. 








71 92 


2 43 


74 35 


Dow, James G. & Co. . 








17 11 


_ 


17 11 


'Downey, John 








12 76 


3 48 


16 24 


Downey, Thomas . 








- 


14 


- 


Downing, Alfred . 








g 45 38 


2 32 


- 


Downing, Alfred, Trustee 










1 22 


- 


Downing, A. J. 








- 


5 80 


5 80 


Downing, James . 








63 16 


304 64 


- 


Downing, Elizabeth E. . 








- 


6 09 


- 


Dumas, Julian 








18 68 


- 


_ 


Dunbar, M. G. 








27 15 


- 


- 


Easton, D. M. 








4 55 


. 2 32 


■ _ 


Easton, F. A. 








2 09 


14 91 


_ 


Easton, D. M. & F. A. . 








22 04 


- 


_ 


Edwards, Charles L. 








61 57 


3 48 


- 



34 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS— (Continued). 





NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Egan, William 


_ 


$1 16 


_ 


Ellis, Charles 










$107 88 


3 47 


$111 35 


Ellis, Fred I. 










8 17 


2 90 


- 


Ellis, Joseph D. 










15 66 


8 70 


- 


Elwell, Isaac W. . 










- 


11 60 


- 


Euneking, John J. 










54 41 


7 54 


- 


Evans, Thomas C. 










99146 


77 87 


- 


Everett, Willard S. 










51 62 


8 41 


- 


Everett, Edmund • 










- 


5 80 


5 80 


Everett & Smith 










- 


34 80 


34 80 


Fah'bairn, William U. . 










64 54 


3 48 


_ 


Fall an, Hugh 










- 


7 34 


- 


Fallan, Bernard 










5 10 


_ 


- 


Fallan, Peter 










3 81 


_ 


- 


Farrington, John B. 










70 53 


2 32 


72 85 


Faunce, Thomas . 










61 71 


23 20 


- 


Fernald, William H. 










8 87 


- 


- 


Fessenclen, Harriett S. 










26 10 


2 90 


- 


Finlan, Michael 










25 52 


- 


- 


Fisher, Sophia 










33 64 


- 


- 


Fisk, H. C. 










103 00 


11|83 


- 


Fitzgerald, William 










8 36 


- 


- 


Fogg, Luther B. 










21 58 


- 


21 58 


Foster, Alfred 










31 15 


- 


- 


Foster, Timothy . 










38 51 


- 


38 51 


Fowler, William C. 










33 41 


- 


- 


Fox, Thomas 










35 50 


2 32 


37 82 


Gateley, James 










4 06 


_ 


- 


Gerry, Charles F. . 










113 68 


54 46 


- 


Giles, Augustus W. 










5 61 


- 


- 


Gilman, Henry D. 










256 94 


- 


256 94 


Gilpatrick, C. ii. . 










43 38 


3 48 


46 86 


Gilson, John 










- 


3 48 


- 


Gilson, John, F. 










13 22 


_ 


- 


Glispen, James G. . 










- 


2 90 


- 


Goss, Daniel J. 










46 86 


26 10 


- 


Gould, John B. 










50 99 


118 90 


- 


Gove, Susan 










59 04 


_ 


59 04 


Graham, John 










2 52 


- 


- 


Grant, Edward L. . 










_ 


87 


- 


Grant, George W. 










• _ 


87 


87 


Grant, William 










47 56 


- 


- 


Greeley, John D. . 










17 40 


- 


- 


Greeley, John H. . 










17 17 


- 


- 


Greenwood, Elihu 










209 96. 


192 19 


- 


Grew, Henry . 










729 35 


127 43 


- 


Gridley, George A. 










40 31 


- 


- 


Hale, Alfred 










42 92 


17 40 


_ 


Haley, Charles 










59 74 


- 


- 


Haley & Hanscomb 










26 22 


- 


- 


Halliday, George W. 










50 95 


- 


- 


Ham, A. D. & Co. 

e — 










~ 


2 32 





35 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS— (Continued) 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Hamlin, Howard M 


$181 89 


_ 


$181 89 


Hamlin, Joseph G. 








88 16 


- 


88 16 


Hamlin, Willard 








29 58 


- 


29 58 


Hammond, James B. 








33 28 


- 


33 28 


Hammond, Thomas 








133 98 


3 48 


137 46 


Hardy, Elizabeth A. 








90 06 


2 03 


- 


Harlow, Philander 








2Q 68 


- 


- 


Haskell, B. B. 








37 86 


1 74 


- 


Haskell, E. P. 








8 35 


- 


8 35 


Hatton, Frank E. 








26 08 


8 12 


- 


Hawley, Alanson 








30 62 


8 12 


- 


Hayes, C. C. 








13 34 


- 


- 


Henderson, William 








- 


15 08 


_ 


Hersey, Cornelius 








- 


87 


- 


Heustis, Charles P. 








70 39 


1 74 


72 13 


Heustis, William 








68 21 


- 


68 21 


Hewins, Harriet N. 








35 96 


14 54 


- 


Hibbard, Nathaniel 








71 92 


4 82 


- 


Hickey, David 








- 


1 16 


- 


Higgins, David . . 








62 08 


- 


- 


Higgins, Frances Ella . 








10 21 


- 


- 


Hilburn, Stephen E. 








- 


4 06 


- 


Hill, John R. 








30 16 


- 


- 


Hilton, Isaac 








34 97 


- 


34 97 


Hilton, Warren W. 








32 94 


- 


- 


Hilton, William B. 








70 57 


5 80 


- 


Hinkley & Young 








21 99 


- 


- 


Hobart, Elclridge T. 








- 


87 


- 


Holtham, H. S. 








- 


2 03 


- 


Hollis, Stephen 








27 84 


- 


- 


Holmes, C. P. 








28 07 


3 53 


— 


Holmes, Ellis H. 








27 84 


- 


- 


Holmes, Mary, Mrs. 








16 94 


- 


- 


Holmes, Mary (guardian) 








15 85 


- 


- 


Holt, C. F. 








40 55 


5 80 


— 


Hoogs, W. H. 








39 44 


1 16 


- 


Hopkirk, Jane . * . 








44 08 


- 


- 


Horn, Earnest H. 








19 72 


- 


- 


Howard, George W. 








3 48 


- 


3 48 


Howes, Henry J. . . 








35 03 


1 16 


- 


Howland, Abner 








- 


1 16 


- 


Hubbard, Charles D. • . 








73 03 


- 


- 


Hughes, Owen 


- 






13 34 


13 17 


- 


Hunt, L. B. . 








64 38 


2 90 


67 28 


Hyde Park Congregational Societ 


7 




46 28 


- 


- 


Hyde Park Woolen Company 






1243 87 


1454 06 


- 


Hubbard, Mary A. 






29 29 


- 


- 


Ingersoll, William H. . 






51 62 


_ 


_ 


Island, John 






20 88 


1 74 


- 


Jenness, R. S. , 






40 28 


3 48 


_ 


Jigger, Robert . , 






4 64 


- 


- 


Johnson, John 






- 


3 48 


- 


Johnson, Susan M. 






25 64 


- 


- 



36 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS— ( Continued). 





NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Jones, J. D. .... 


$9 28 


$ 1 16 


$10 44 


Joyce, Patrick 










3 48 


- 


- 


Keegan, Michael . 










56 98 


_ 


56 98 


Kendall, Daniel S. 










55 56 


2 32 


- 


Kendall, Edward E. 










- 


2 32 


- 


Keudrick, H. C. . 










34 51 


25 52 


- 


Keyes, Charles G. . 










50 11 


- 


50 11 


Knibbs, J. H. . . 










- 


5 80 


5 80 


Knowles, Horce "W. 






*. 




29 96 


- 


- 


Lancaster, E. M. . 










33 99 


6 38 


_ 


Lawler, Patrick 










24 94 


- 


- 


Lawrence, Mary Ann P. 










8 70 


- 


- 


Lawson, John 










85 33 


- 


- 


Lawson, J. D. & T. 










- 


16 82 


- 


Leach, Benjamin F. 










3 48 


- 


- 


Leach, Benjamin F. & C 


0. 






' 


16 24 


93 79 


- 


Lee, Michael 










- 


1 74 


- 


Leonard, Charlotte F. 










21 46 


- 


- 


Leseur, Benjamin F. 










58 46 


5 80 


- 


Leseur, Horatio 










73 08 


1 16 


- 


Leverett, J. W. 










9 57 


- 


- 


Lord, Orlando M. 










12 76 


17 


- 


Luce & Ingersoll . 










- 


36 74 


36 74 


Lyford, Byley 










40 60 


- 


- 


Lenfest, Mary G., & Matilda L. Entremont 


11 60 


- 


— 


Macomber, Amos 


6 89 


_ 


_ 


Macomber, Edwin H. 










27 26 


13 34 


- 


Mahoney, John F. 










6 37 


- 


- 


Mallon, Amos K. . 










31 19 


- 


- 


Martin, John 










17 40 


- 


- 


Mason, William A. 










6 96 


- 


- 


Mather, Philip 










29 00 


- 


- 


Matthewson, Israel 










12 76 


- 


- 


May, John J. 










25 52 


- 


- 


Mayo, Harriett M. 










30 39 


- 


- 


McCannon, Patrick 










12 76 


- 


- 


McCarthy, Daniel 










11 37 


- 


- 


McCarthy, John 










6 03 


- 


- 


McDonough, John 










14 38 


- 


- 


McEvoy & Co. 










-r 


9 50 


- 


McGillicuddy, John 










1 39 


- 


- 


Meagan, Thomas . 










3 83 


- 


- 


Meister, Gustavus . 










11 60 


- 


- 


Metropolitan Land Co. 










46 98 


- 


- 


Milan, Prtrick 










6 09 


- 


- 


Miles, John 










20 13 


- 


- 


Miller, George H. . 










18 76 


- 


- 


Milladew. George . 










7 42 


- 


- 


Mills, William F. . 










30 16 


- 


- 


Moffat E. W. 










7 42 


- 


- 


Moody, Converse . 










7 96 


- 


- 


Moody, Charles 










1 91 


— 





ST 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS— (Continued). 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Morrill, Mrs. T. P. . . 


$46 40 


_ 


_ 


Morrison, Henry . 








17 40 


1 16 


- 


Moseley Iron Building "Work 


s 






174 00 


626 40 


- 


Moseley, R. P. 








27 55 


- 


- 


Moseley, T. W. H. 








_ 


63 80 


- 


Murphy & Day 








12 95 


T- 


- 


Murray, David 








- 


2 32 


- 


Murray, John . , 








15 54 


- 


- 


Murray, Thomas . 








6 96 


- 


6 96 


Neal, Andrew B. . 








41 95 


58 00 


99 95 


Neal, Luther 








27 26 


16 53 


- 


Neal, Oliver L. 








13 92 


14 50 


- 


Neal, Samuel N. . 








_ 


1 74 


1 74 


Newcomb, John 








13 77 


- 


13 77 


Nichols, D. P. 








81 46 


8 70 


- 


Nightingale, William H. 








61 62 


- 


61 62 


Noble, Mark E. 








_ 


12 76 


- 


Norris, Reuben H. 








40 71 


- 


- 


Nott, Gordon H. . 








728 71 


35 2Q 


763 97 


Noyes, G. W. 








22 04 


2 32 


- 


Noyes, Eliza C. . . 








12 27 


- 


12 27 


O'Connell, Daniel . 








_ 


11 60 


- 


O'Leary, Cornelius 








9 86 


- 


- 


O'Neal, Arthur 








24 94 


- 


- 


Ormsby, Maria B. 








31 90 


_ 


" 


Page, William 








- 


1 16 


1 16 


Paine, John 








12 18 


87 


- 


Palmer, Leroy H. 








- 


2 90 


- 


Parker, George 








14 50 


- 


- 


Patterson, James . 








45 24 


- 


- 


Payson, J. W. 








68 53 


23 20 


- 


Pearson, George F. 








31 67 


- 


- 


Pearson, George "W. 








107 88 


- 


- 


Perkins, Almon 








15 71 


- 


- 


Perkins, David 








61 48 


37 12 


- 


Perkins, Ezra G. . 








120 41 


235 48 


- 


Perrin, Stephen C. 








31 82 


- 


- 


Peterson, Oieanu . 








29 69 


- 


- 


Phipps, Daniel W. 








55 34 


- 


- 


Phipps, William T. 








- 


3 48 


- 


Phelps, Hervy B. 








45 24 


- 


- 


Phelps, Jacob C. . 








35 45 


- 


35 45 


Pierce, Ira C. 








19 01 


- 


19 01 


Pierce, Mrs. Ann E. 








11 14 


- 


- 


Pierce, Charles H. 








239 31 


- 


- 


Pierce, George 








113 36 


- 


- 


Pierce, Simeon 








19 14 


- 


- 


Piper, John E. 








50 65 


64 83 


- 


Piper, Samuel N. . 








- 


6 03 


- 


Plummer, Isaac C. 








47 79 


- 


- 


Plummer, R. B. 








39 10 


- 


39 10 


Plympton, Eliza B. 








41 99 


— 


— 



38 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS— {Continued), 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Pollard, George . . ... 


68 32 


_ 


_ 


Pope, Richard 




89 09 


20 30 


22 30 


Porter, David S 




35 26 


- 


- 


Potts, John Thorp . . , ' . 




42 36 


41 16 


- 


Pratt, Jarius 




56 08 


- 


56 08 


Prentice, Olive W. 




5 57 


- 


- 


Putnam, S. C. 




- 


100 34 


- 


Putnam, William M. . , 




35 61 


• - 


- 


Quimby, Joseph B 




37 35 


- 


- 


Radford, Benjamin P. .... 




150 34 


37 14 


- 


Ranlett, David D. 




31 46 


9 28 


- 


Raynes, Horatio G. . . . 




140 24 


15 37 


- 


Raynes, John J 




74 99 


18 86 


- 


Real Estatt. and Building Company 




2064 80 


- 


- 


Reed, Edwin .... 




30 16 


- 


- 


Reed, Hammond 






30 16 


- 


- 


Rhodes, Charles H 






45 59 


16 47 


- 


Rice, Norman 






35 45 


- 


- 


Rich, A. J. 






19 02 


- 


19 02 


Rich, D. B. 






297 74 


4 06 


- 


Rich, D. B. &\B. A 






101 50 


- 


- 


Rich, Henry A. 






44 08 


- 


- 


Rich, R. K. 






75 59 


10 44 


- 


Richardson, Alonzo H. . 




49 50 


x - 


- 


Richardsou, George L. . 




46 40 


10 15 


- 


Riley, Joseph .... 




2 32 


- 


- 


Roberts, Edward .... 




54 52 


18 27 


- 


Robinson, Benj. F. ... 




38 68 


- 


- 


Robinson & Ryan .... 




- 


5 80 


5 80 


Robinson, Seneca .... 




44 59 


- 


21 59 


Rogers, De Witt Clinton 




- 


1 57 


- 


Rogers, Francis B. 




1 04 


- 


1 04 


Rogers, John A 




48 81 


- 


48 81 


Rogers, Michael .... 




12 18 


- 


- 


Rogers, James .... 




1 74 


- 


- 


Rogers, William, Estate of . 




70 06 


80 04 


- 


Rogers, Mrs. Nancy 




- 


110 29 


- 


Rollins Brothers .... 




- 


1 74 


- 


Rollins, R. T 




38 57 


- 


- 


Rooney, Patrick .... 




19 72 


5. 22 


- 


Rooney, Thomas .... 




3 93 


- 


- 


Roundy & Field .... 




75 40 


- 


- 


Russell, Arthur L. , 




83 36 


- 


- 


Russell, Jesse .... 




32 26 


87 


33 13 


Russell, L. H 




26 59 


9 57 


36 16 


Ryan, Ephraim , 


64 96 


2 32 


- 


Sanford, Oliver S. .... 


233 16 


41 76 


- 


Sargent Jeremiah ..... 


- 


116 00 


116 00 


Savage, James F. .... 


1 28 


- 


- 


Saville, Josiah .... * 


30 27 


- 


- 


Schell, A. T. 


37 00 







39 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS— (Continued). 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Schofield, Joseph A 


11 50 


_ 


_ 


Schofield, William J. . 






24 22 


- 


- 


Scott, James M. 






9 26 


- 


- 


Scott, Robert .... 






61 54 


- 


- 


Sears, Joanna . . . . 






55 68 


63 80 


- 


Seavy, Joseph .... 






18 56 


- 


10 56 


Sharrock, George .... 






10 15 


- 


- 


Shea, Edward 






2 32 


- 


- 


Shepharcl, Nathaniel 






94 92 


1 16 


- 


Sherman, George E. 






- 


58 00 


- 


Sherman, James H. . . . 






26 56 


- 


- 


Smith, Isaac E 






26 68 


- 


- 


Smith, Lewis E 






5 80 


- 


- 


Smith, Josoph E. . ... 






- 


7 54 


7 54 


Smith, Richard 






- 


9 28 


9 28 


Smith, William A. 






26 10 


- 


- 


Smithfleld Manufacturing Compai 


iy 




1014 42 


1004 88 


- 


Snaith, Charles H. 






33 06 


- 


- 


Snow, Enos S. 






3 25 


- 


- 


Spaulding, Cyrus G. 






25 93 


- 


- 


Spring, Charles . * . 






67 28 


4 06 


71 34 


Spring, C. & A. 






81 20 


37 12 


118 32 


Stark, Mrs. Mary . 






60 61 


17 40 


- 


Steamburg, Thomas W. 






18 09 


- 


- 


Stone, Franklin 






56 84 


1 16 


- 


Straw, Levi H. 






104 17 


46 69 


- 


Stuart, William J. 






83 44 


9 29 


- 


Sue, Frank 






- 


2 32 


2 32 


Sumner, Clarisa & Sally. 






311 40 


108 69 


- 


|3unclerland, Mehitable . 






167 23 


- 


- 


Swallow, E. D. . 






35 09 


87 


- 


Swan, Bartholomew 






96 51 


17 23 


- 


Sweeny, Patrick . 






4 70 


- 


- 


Sweat, Caroline 






25 64 


- 


- 


Swift, Ellis M. 






- 


22 47 


- 


Swift T. P. ... 






38 01 


- 


38 01 


Taft, Samuel .... 






47 79 


_ 


_ 


Taylor, Stephen A. 






67 28 


- 


67 28 


Terry, Henry B. 






2 81 


- 


- 


Terry, John .... 






109 14 


54 88 


- 


Terry, Mrs. Rhoda 






3 14 


- 


- 


Thacher, Wm. T. . 






115 40 


3 77 


- 


Thayer, Isaac W. . 






35 96 


4 35 


- 


Thompson, Benjamin F. 






$97 39 


1 74 


- 


Thompson & Russell 






116 93 


78 88 


- 


Thompson, Calvin M. 






32 60 


- 


- 


Thompson, Estate of Mary B. 






4 06 


- 


$4 06 


Thompson, Robert 






77 39 


1 74 


- 


Thompson, William C. . 






9 28 


- 


- 


Timpany, Richard 






4 64 


- 


- 


Tileston, James S. 






55 57 


32 94 


- 


Tileston & Hollingsworth 






455 88 


696 00 


- 


Tirrell, Fred. M. . . . 






26 56 


22 06 


- 


Tobey Susannah . 






13 34 


— 


— 



40 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS— ( Continued) . 



NAMES. _, K . e al 
Estate. 


Personal 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Torrey, Benjamin B. ■ . 


_ 


20 88 


20 88 


Trainor, Luke 








4 52 


12 


- 


Tuck & Holmes 








- 


35 


- 


Tupper, R. L. . . '. 








30 98 


- 


30 98 


Turner, Charles W. 








- 


15 08 


- 


Turner, Roswell W. 








235 48 


83 93 


- 


Turner & Coleman 








63 80 


- 


- 


Twitchell, J. M. . 








32 77 


- 


- 


Underbill, Ira B. . 








_ 


4 06 


_ 


Unclerliill, Merrill B. . 








35 50 


- 


- 


Union Vice Company . 








566 66 


185 60 


752 26 


Vardinot, Theodore 








3 48 


_ 


- 


Ventries, W. H. S. 








69 36 


11 60 


- 


Vialle, James L. 








- 


2 32 


- 


Vivian, James B. . 








27 84 


- 


- 


Vivian, Robert H. 








- 


5 80 


- 


Vose, Benjamin C. 








82 18 


1 74 


- • 


Vose, Mary and Sarah M. 








53 36 


- 


- 


Walker, Edwin R. 








26 54 


_ 


- 


Wallace, Richard . 








6 81 


- 


- 


Ward, Waldo F. . 








92 80 


4" 06 


- 


Warren, Mary E. . 








60 09 


1 50 


- 


Watson, William . 








24 36 


- 


- 


Webster, Amos 








94 54 


2 61 


- 


Welch, Michael 








4 41 


18 


- 


Weld, Theodore D. 








154 42 


15 08 


- 


Wellington, C. W. W. . 








38 18 


3 48 


- 


Wescott Edward . 








12 93 


1 16 


- 


Wetherbee, Henry R. . 








37 42 


3 48 


40 90 


Whalan, Thomas . 








13 69 


29 


- 


Whitcher, Martin L. 








199 46 


- 


- 


White, Mrs. Ann E., Estate < 


if 






212 86 


9 98 


222 84 


White, Charles A. 








- 


116 00 


116 00 


White, James C. . 








1023 35 


69 60 


1092 95 


White, William A., Estate of 








184 21 


69-60 


253 81 


Whitney, E. A. 








29 00 


3 48 


- 


Whittemore, P. B. 








21 24 


- 


- 


Whittier, Albert R. 








56 84 


66 42 


- 


Whittier, Alcibiades J. . 








2 37 


2 32 


- 


Whittier, N. B. 








18 27 


1 16 


- 


Whittier, A. J. & N. B. 








4 38 


- 


- 


Wieman, William E. 








10 87 


- 


- 


Wigley, John 








22 04 


- 


- 


Wilder, Mrs. Hannah . 








24 82 


- 


- 


Wilkins, A. J. 








24 36 


- 


- 


Willard Cordelia . 








9 43 


- 


- 


Willard & Hilton . 








272 93 


- 


272 93 


Williams, Mrs. A. 








- 


6 96 


- 


Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth 








31 67 


- 


- 


Williams, Elizabeth P. . 








25 75 


- 


- 


Williams, Jotham D. 








57 30 


- 


57 30 


Williams, John M. 








29 32 


2 03 


31 35 



41 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS— ( Continued) . 



NAMES. 



Real 
Estate. 



Personal 
Estate. 



Unpaid. 



Williams, J. D. & J. M. 
Williams, Rinaldo 
Williamson, E. E. 
Wilson Gloud 
Withington, George 
Wood, AVilliam H. 
Wright, Richard . 

Young, Joshua 

Zimmerman, Carl . 



19 57 
119 90 
, 3 71 

25 52 

2 90 

16 36 

6 98 

40 76 



2 90 

3 84 

6 96 



19 59 
3 71 



3* 



KO^-RESIDENT TAX-PAYEES. 





NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Personal TT 
Estate. 1 Unpaid. 


Baker, Charles H. 


Boston, 


34 57 


_ 


34 57 


Baker, Nelson . 


Dedham, . 


5 80 


- 


- 


Baker, Timothy . 


Dedham, . 


7 54 


- 


- 


Ballow, A. A. 


Winchendon, . 


29 93 


- 


- 


Boston & Providence R. R. 


Boston, 


195 84 


- 


- 


Boston, Hartford & Erie R.R. 


Boston, 


206 48 


46 40 


- 


hBoyden, Benj., Trustee 


Dedham, . 


4 35 


- 


- 


iBradlee, John 


Milton, 


8 87 


- 


- 


(Broad, Wilmot E. 


Milton, 


- 


1 16 


- 


Brooks, Mark 


Mill Village, . 


19 14 


- 


- 


iBullard, Charles 


Dedham, . 


2 90 


- 


- 


iBurns, George W. 


Milford, N. H. . 


6 96 


- 


- 


'Capen, A. E. 


Milton, 


13 92 


_ 


_ 


•Capen, E. W- . 


Milton, 


31 55 


- 


- 


Capen, Samuel I. 


Dorchester, 


11 60 


- 


11 60 


'Carr, Jeremiah . 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


159 50 


64 96 


224 46 


Chamberlain, Daniel B. 


W. Roxbury, 


2 32 


- 


- 


-Childs, C. JE. , 


Warren, R. I. . 


62 64 


- 


- 


Church, 2d of Dorchester . 


Dorchester, 


9 86 


- 


- 


•Clapp, Elizabeth 


Dorchester, 


6 96 


- 


- 


'Clark, Henry 


Dorchester, 


8 12 


- 


- 


Clark, Mary, Mrs, 


Boston, 


28 42 


- 


- 


Clark, Al-valh, Trustee for G. 










B. Parrott 


Boston, 


95 90 


4 93 


100 83 


Clark, Alvah, Trustee for Par- 










rot and Blakie. 


Boston, 


91 17 


- 


91 17 


Clark, Alvah, Trustee for Par- 










rot and Blazo . 


Boston, 


25 52 


- 


25 52 


Codman, Henry, Estate of 


Boston, 


18 56 


- 


- 


Colburn, Endicott & Stone. 


Dedham, . 


1 16 


- 


- 


Colburn, James, Heirs of . 


Dedham, . 


49 88 


- 


- 


Colburn, Martha 


Boston, 


1 34 


- 


- 


Coney, Mary, Heirs of 


Dedham, . 


1 74 


- 


- 


Converse, B. B. 


Dorchester, 


63 74 


- 


- 


Cowan, Owen . . 


Dedham, . 


1 74 


- 


- 


Dalton, Joseph G. 


Boston, 


33 18 


_ 


- 


Davis, Joseph D. B. . 


Dedham, . . 


4 11 


- 


4 11 


Dean, Louisa M. ... 


Dedham, . 


2 32 


- 


- 


Dickennan, Quincy . 


Boston, 


9 19 


- 


- 


Dorchester 1st Parish 


Dorchester, 


19 43 


- 


- 


Downing, Jonas H. . 


New Hampshire, 


10 09 


- 


10 09 


Eastman, C. h, . 


Dorchester, 


40 60 




- 


Eaton, Marcus , 




3 48 


- 


- 


Eldridge, John S, 


Boston, 


875 80 


- 


- 


Ewins Alexander 


Washington, D.C. 


23 11 


- 


- 


Evans, William 


West Roxbury, 


63 80 


- % 


- 


Farwell, James E. 


Boston, 


14 09 


- 


- 


Fellows, .... 


Chester, N. H. . 


6 03 


- 


- 


Field & Haven , 


Boston, , 


12 89 







43 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS (Continued). 





NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Personal 
Estate. 


Unpaid 


Fitzgerald, C. J. 


Boston, 


11 60 


_ 


_ 


Folsom, Henry W. 




5 43 


- 


- 


Foster, James . 


Dorchester, 


11 14 


- 


- 


Fox, E 


Bangor, Me. 


18 


- 


- 


Gould, E 


Dedham, . 


14 12 


_ 


_ 


Graves, John 


Palmer, 


11 83 


- 


- 


Green, Charles G. 


Boston, 


8 70 


- 


- 


Gunnison, George W. 


Dedham, . 


53 39 


- 


53 39 


Hartwell, William H. 


Littleton, Mass., 


36 27 


_ 


_ 


Hartwell & Jess 


Littleton, Mass., 


31 90 


- 


31 90 


Harvard College 


Cambridge, 


9 28 


- 


- • 


Harrington, Francis D. 


Boston, 


30 02 


- 


30 02 


Haskell, Sylvauus G. 


Deer Isle, Maine, 


85 10 


- 


— 


Horan, John 


New Bedford, . 


4 49 


- 


4 49 


Homer, Sydney, Trustee . 


Boston, 


102 08 


- 


- 


Hovey, Solomon 


Boston, 


14 62 


- 


- 


Hollingsworth, Amor 


Milton, 


231 42 


- 


- 


Hubbard, George W. . 


Boston, 


5 75. 


- 


_ 


Hunt, Lucien . . . 


MontVernon,N.H. 


7 83 


- 


- 


Jones, Woodman 


Dorchester, 


5 10 


- 


- 


Knowlton, David 


Boston, 


6 13 


_ 


6 13 


Kelly, James 


Boston, 


5 72 




- 


Luce, David W. 


Dedham, . 


32 11 


_ 


32 11 


Lee, George W. 


Winchester, 


9 28 


- 


- 


Martin, Richard 


Boston, 


48 57 


_ 


48 57 


Mayo, Mrs. J. R. 


New York, 


31 09 


_ 


31 19 


Madison, Israel . 


Rhode Island, . 


12 96 


- 


- 


Miller, Allen H. 


Pawtucket, R. I. 


3 94 


- 


- 


Morse, E. J. W. Heirs of . 


Easton, 


6 52 


- 


_ 


Morse, Luther . 


Dedham, . 


1 16 


- 


_ 


Morton, Joseph, Heirs of . 


Dorchester, 


12 18 


- 


- 


Moses, T. B. 


West Roxbury . 


2 32 


- 


2 32 


Merrill, Amos B. 


Boston, 


6 96 


- 


- 


Neal, Alonzo F. . 


Boston, 


37 70 


_ 


_ 


Noble, Samuel I. 


Boston, 


10 06 


- 


- 


Palmer, George W. . 


N. Rochestei*, Ms. 


35 11 


_ 


35 11 


Parker, George, Estate of . 


Dorchester 


6 96 


- ■ 


_ 


Paul, Ebenezer . 


Dedham, . 


2 61 


- 


_ 


Perry, Grenville 


Boston, 


4 00 


- 


_ 


Peffard, James F. 


Dedham, . 


3 48 


- 


3 48 


Peabody, Ephraim 


Manchester, N. H. 


10 21 


- 


10 21 


Pierce, John 


Littleton, Mass. 


72 95 


- 


— 


Pike, Mary Ann 


Boston, 


1 74 


- 


- 


Packer,' .... 


Raymond, N. H. 


6 03 


- 


_ 


Pratt, Laban 


Boston 


5 92 


- 


- 


Ransom, Charles A. . 


Stoughton, 


22 73 


- 


- 



44 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS (Continued). 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Personal | 
Estate. I 


Unp aid 


Rhodes, Albert H. 


Boston, 


23 49 


_ 


_ 


Renton, Heirs of Peter 


Boston, 


20 88 


- 


- 


Richardson, Lucretia. 


Boston, 


3 19 


- 


3 19 


Richardson, Margaret 


Boston, 


3 19 


- 


3 19 


Richards, "William B. 


Boston, 


81 44 


- 


- 


Richards, Luther A. 


Boston, 


4 64 


- 


- 


Richards, Reuben A. 


Boston, 


171 10 


- 


- 


Ryan, Thomas 


Boston, , 


18 56 


- 


- 


Safford, Aaron H. 


Boston, 


45 53 


_ 


_ 


Sahlien, David H. 


New York, 


9 28 


- ■ 


- 


Sargent, Lucius M. . 


Boston, 


61 25 


- 


- 


Seaman's Savings Bank. . 


ProvincetoWn, . 


27 84 


- 


27 84 


Sharp, James C. 


Dorchester, 


4 06 


- 


- 


Sharp, William C. 


Dorchester, 


4 06 


- 


- 


Sherman, William A. . 


Boston, 


40 88 


- 


- 


Slade, James 


Boston, 


38 28 


- 


- 


Stevens, Elizabeth M. 


Boston, 


389 18 


- 


- 


Smith, Timothy 


Dedham, . 


1 16 


- 


- 


Sheppard, James 


Dorchester, 


4 06 


- 


- 


Stan wood, Hamclen . 


Boston, 


10 06 


- 


- 


Stanwood, Henry B. . 


Boston, 


9 63 


- 


- 


Seaver, Jacob W. 


Roxbury, . 


11 60 


- 


- 


Sherburne, John 


Boston, 


- 


- 


- 


Tolman, James . 


Dorchester, 


39 44 


_ 


_ 


Tolman, Nathaniel 


Dorchester, 


48 33. 


- 


- 


Tufts, John W. . 


Boston, 


18 56 


- 


- 


Trescott, Eben'r, Heirs of. 


South Boston, . 


87 


- 


- 


Tibbetts, Mark . 


Boston, 


3 50 


- 


- 


Tower, Isaac H. 


Dedham, . 


26 10 


- 


26 10 


Tucker, Dana, Heirs of 


Milton, 


44 08 


- 


- 


Tucker, Elijah . 


Milton, 


32 48 


- 


- 


Tucker, Nathan, Heirs of . 


Milton, 


16 24 


- 


_ 


Tueker, Mrs. Timothy 


Milton, 


5 80 


- 


- 


Vose, Heirs of . 




13 92 


- 


_ 


Vose, Joshua 




20 88 


- 


- 


Wescott, W. H. 


Dedham, . 


43 79 


- 


_ 


Willey, Charles G-. . 


Danvers, . 


12 11 


- 


- 


Willey, Mary Ann 


Danvers, . 


24 22 


- 


- 


Williams, John J. 


Boston, 


18 56 


- 


- 


Wads worth, John J. . 


Milton, 


17 40 


- 


- 


Wainwright, John 


Williamsbury,N.Y 


7 70 


- 


- 


Whiting, Alvan. 


Clinton, 


5 80 


- 


- 


Whiting, Isaac, Heirs. 


Dedham, . 


3 48 


- 


3 48 


Whiting, Joseph 


Dedham, . 


3 48 


- 


- 


Whithingtou, Warren 


Dedham, . 


7 89 


- 


- 


Wood, George W. 


Roxbury, . 


2 90 


- 


- 


Wyman, Humphrey B. Mrs. 


Danvers, . 


12 11 


- 


- 


Wiiitmarsh, John E. L. 




11 28 


- 


- 


Willey, Jonas M. 


Danvers, . 


11 60 




-