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BOSTON OFFICE; 
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- EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

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CITIZENS' 

Mutual Insurance Company. 

INCORPORATED 1846. 

NO. 8 EXCHANGE PLAGE, BOSTON, MASS. 

T. W. TRAVIS, Sec. and Treas. H. C. 6IGEL0W, Pres. 

This Company Insures Dwellings, Household Furniture, Private Barns 

and Contents against loss or damage by Fire or Lightning, 

at Lowest Rates Consistent with Security. 

NOW PAYING 70 PER CENT. DIVIDEND ON 5 YEARS' POLICIES 
AND 50 PER CENT. ON 1 AND 3 YEARS. 



Agents: H. BIRD &' CO., 

553 Massachusetts Ave*; - Cambridgeport. 

LOTHINC 

We dye or cleanse all materials 
and clothing, whole or ripped ; 
also Blankets,Curtains, Draperies, 
Laces, Gloves, Feathers, etc. 

LE WAN DO'S 

FRENCH DYEING & CLEANSING 

ESTABLISHMENT. 

17 TEMPLE PLACE, BOSTON. 
CAMBRIDGE BRANCH, 1274 MASSACHUSETTS AVE. 

XTsti'l^lislieci 1829. I^arges^t in America. » 

'' We have also a FINE FRENCH LAUNDRY. 

BUNDLES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. 




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J. Q. BENNETT, Pres. 



T. S. HITTINGER, Supt. 



E. A. DAVENPORT, Treas. 



FRESH POND ICE COMPANY, 



IRS OF 





IN CAMBRIDGE AND SOMERVILLE. 



Telephone, 444-2. 




FRESH POND ICE COMPANY, MAIN OFFICE, 321 WASHINGTON ST., SOMERVILLE. 

BRANCH OJTjriCJES LX CAMItltllXij: AT 

J. H. WYETH.& CO., 6 Brattle St., Telephone 520. 

YERXA & YERXA, 669 Massachusetts Ave., Telephone 601-4. 

ANDREW J. LOVELL & CO., Massachusetts Ave., Telephone 532-3. 

UNIVERSITY STABLES 

AND CYCLE COMPANY. 



NEW DEPARTURE. 

We have ackleu to our Stable Equipment a full 
line of 

High Grade Bicycles. 

FOR SALE, HIRE OR EXCHANGE, 

Agents for Lovell Diamond, Spaulding, Waltham 
Comet and other High-class Wheels. 





Boariil, Livery & Mini 

Xice Coaches, Coupes, Landaus and 
Turnouts of all kinds, to Let. 

Particular attention paid to Boarding 
■,r* Gentlemen's Horses. 

CWYNNEfcCO., 

Brattle Street, near Harvard Square. 

Connected by Telephone. 




We invite the attention of Families who wish to burn Pure Coal 
to the following varieties we have in stock 

Genuine Lykens Valley Franklin, 

Lehigh, Wyoming, Wilkesbarre, Lackawanna, 

Philadelphia <& Reading Coal & Iron Co.'s, 
Hard and Free Burning Coals, 

English and American Cannel Coals, 

Purchasers may rely on having ther Coal screened clean and prompt delivery. 
WOOD, Sawed and Split any Size, by Steam Power. 

L. C. BURNHAM * CO., 

OFF WE, 86 STATE STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 

WHARVES AND BRANCH OFFICES : 

211 BRIDGE STREET, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

144 CHARLES STREET, BOSTON. 

Swett Street, Junction Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, and 
Mt. Washington Avenue and Granite Street, South Boston. 

W. L. LOCKHART * CO., 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

Caskets, BlackWalnnt & WMte Woofl Coffins. 




THIBET, LAWN AND 
CAMBRIC ROBES, ETC. 



BLACK AND WHITE 

fisfcli COVERED BROADCLOTH 

CASKETS 

FURNISHED AT SHORT 

NOTICE. 



Office and Salesooom, H9 Stamford Street. Boston. 

FACTORY, - - 199, 201, 203, 205, 207 and 209 BRIDGE STREET, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 



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Telephone, Boston 2624. 



Cambridge 674. 



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BABBER ASPHALT PAVING CO 

Of WTashington, I>. C 



Importers and Jtefiners of 



T RINIDAD LAKE ASPHALT, 




And Contractors for 



TRINIDAD LAKE ASPHALT PAYEMENTS. 



CHARLES HARRIS, 

New England Agent 
Office, 70 KILBY STREET, Mason Building, BOSTON, MASS. 

Works, FIRST' STREET, near Main, West Boston Bridge, CAMBRID6EP0RT. 



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President THOMAS A. DODGE. Treasurer, J. EDWIN DAVIS. Supt,, ROBERT COWEN. 

BOSTON WOVEN HOSE AND RUBBER CO., 

275 DEVONSHIRE STREET, BOSTON, 

Manufacturers of Rubber Goods, Hose Rubber Tires, Belting & Packing. 




Factory, Corner Portland and Hampshire Streets, Cambridge. 



DOVER STAMPING CO. 

OFFICE AND SALESROOM, 88 and 90 NORTH ST., BOSTON, 

FACTORY AT CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

Manufacturers, of a full line of kitchen furnishing goods, stamped tinware, 
hand made tin ware, japanned ware, and galvanized sheet iron goods. 

Also, manufacturers of the original and genuine DOVER EGG BEATER, 
each one having our full name on the handle. 

Among our specialties, all of which are first class goods, may be found 

SAFETY ASH BARRELS, DOVER ECC BEATER, 

SAFETY COAL SIEVES, DOVER CRUMB TRAYS, 

SAFETY MATCH SAFES, DOVER WASH BOILERS, 

DOVER CAKE BEATERS, 



DISH TRAYS, 

BREAD RAISING PANS, 
SAUCE PANS, 
MILK PANS, 
PIE PLATES, 
SPOONS, 
CAKE BOXES, 

CAKE CLOSETS, 
SUGAR BOXES, 
DUST PANS. 
CASH BOXES, 
TEA TRAYS, 



COFFEE POTS, 

COVERED PAILS, 
STRAINER PAILS, 
DINNER PAILS, 

TEA KETTLES, 
MILK CANS, 
GRAIN BARRELS, 
GARBAGE CANS, 
FIRE PAILS, 

FACTORY PAILS, 

REFRIGERATOR PANS, 
STOVE SHOVELS. 



NELSON CARRIAGE CO., 

JESSE L. NELSON, Proprietor, 

(Formerly of firm of HALLCARR1AGE COMPANY, Boston , 
MANUFACTURERS OF THE FINEB GRADES OF 

CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS, 



AM) DEALERS IN 



Fine Harness, Horse Clothing, Etc. 

BICYCLES /ND REPAIRING. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. 



OFFICE AND SALESROOM, FACTORY, 

10 BRATTLE STREET. 10 to 16 PALMER STREET, 

CAMBRIDG.E. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION- 

RICHARD TYNER * CO., 

Carriage Builders, 

AND DEALERS IN 

CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS 

and HARNESS, 

have removed their entire business 
from Boston to 

10 & 12 GORE STREET, 

Corner of Bridge, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 




Repairing Done in All Its Branches. 

Rubber Tires Put On at Short Notice. 



Carriages for Repairs Sent For and Delivered Free of 
Expense. 

CONNECTED 3Y TELEPHONE. 



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"There is Safety in a Dress Coat."— Lord Beaconsfled. 



Alfred R. Brown, 

TAILOR. 



NOVELTIES IN 



fobik ana dojhestic fhbbigs, 

Selected especially for 

Business and Professional Men 

ALWAYS IN STOCK. 



All our Qarments are elegant and durable and up to date in Style. 
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 

FINE DRESS SUITS 

Moderate Prices. /^^n/^/vw^W-/ 

Our cleansing, pressing and dyeing department afford the 
best facilities for good work and prompt service. For this 
kind of work our prices are low. Goods called for and deli- 
vered. . . . . \, 



ALFRED R. BROWN, 

1388 Massachusetts Ave, cup one Flight) Harvard Sq. 



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H. B. DURANT, 



Ladies' and Gentlemen's 



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Practical in every 
branch of the 
business. 



Foreign and Domestic Goods 

always on hand, for Ful! Dress 
or Business Purposes 



Altering and Repairing of All 

Kinds done in the Neatest Way, 



31 BOYLSTON STREET, 

Near Harvard Square, 

CAMBRIDGE, = MASS. 



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ESTABLISHED 183S. 



CURTIS DAVIS * CO., 

WELCOME 




SOAP 



No. 136 STATE STREET. BOSTON. MASS. 



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MANUFACTORY: 

184, 186, 188, 190, 192 & 194 BROADWAY, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

ESTABLISHED 1862. INCORPORATED 1866. 

REVERSIBLE COLLAR CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

'LINENE" COLLARS * CUFFS 

AND GRAY'S MOLDED COLLARS. 




ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

GLAZED, ENAMELED and CLOTH-BACK PAPER for LITHOGRAPHERS, 

DRAUGHTSMEN, PRINTERS, Etc. 

Office, 95 Milk Street, Boston, Mass, 17 Franklin Street, New York. 



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J. H. HOUGHTON, 

Lidgerwood Manufacturing Co. 's 

Hoisting Engines and Boilers. 

GORTON & LIDGERWOOD CO.'S HOUSE HEATING BOILERS. 

Atlas Engine Works' Portable and Stationary Engines. Ball 

Engine Co.'s Simple and Compound Engines for Electric 

Lighting and Electric Railway Purposes- 

WIRE ROPE, STONE CRUSHERS, ROCK DRILLS, ETC. 
BOILERS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

201 CONGRESS ST., BOSTON. 

OTIS S. NEALE CO., 

BOTTLERS, 

MAKES A SPECIALTY OF 

GINGER ALE, CLUB SODA, 

LITHIA AND TABLE WATER. 

All MMs of Crated Beverages manufaeturefi from Pure Distilled Waters, 

Distilled from the Cold Blast Still Co.'s Patents. 



AVHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

WINES AND LIQUORS. ALES. PORTER, 

CIDER AND LAGER BEER. 

SOLE BOTTLERS OF PAVONIA AND ROYAL BEERS. 



HOWARD ATHEMUM BUILDING, HOWARD STREET 

BOSTON. 

Orders Delivered Daily. Telephone 383. 



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BURDITT * BYNNER, 



DEALERS IN 



HARDWARE, CUTLERY, 

PAINTS, OILS and GLASS, 

WALL PAPERS, GAS AND OIL STOVES. 



674: MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, 
CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

TELEPHONE 445. 

CAMBRIDGE 
ELECTRIC 

LIGHT CO. 

F. H. RAYMOND, Treas. 
J. Q. BENNETT, Pres. B. O. DAN FORTH, Supt. 

Office, Western Avenue, Cambridgeport. 

ELECTRIC LIGHT, ELECTRIC POWER 

ARC AND INCANDESCENT. FOR MOTORS. 



. . BOSTON • • 





Cor. Massachusetts and Westland Aves. 

^^Cambridge Cars Pass the Door. 

LARGE brick edifice divided into sections for the storage 
of Household Effects, and Vaults for the Security of 
Silverware and Valuables. 

Separate Rooms, for $1.50 per month upwards, accord- 
ing to size, with Locked Doors, or accommodations in 
Open Storage for Carriages and Other Articles. 

Large Halls for Pianos, Pictures and Works of Art. 

Single and Double Compartments for Trunks and Small 
Cases. Warehouse Receipts Given and Furniture Packed 
for Transportation when required. 

For Inspection of Facilities Offered and Rates, apply 
at Office, Westland Avenue. 



F. W. LINCOLN, General Manager 



TELEPHONE No. 268 TREMONT. 



MUTUAL - PROTECTION - FIRE - INSURANCE - COMPANY. 

Savings Bank Building, Thompson Sq., Charlestown Dist., 

BOSTON, MASS. 

The only Insurance Company of Charlestown, will insure on fair terms, Real 
and Personal Property in this State. 

Dividends, 70 per cent, on 5 year policies, 40 per cent, on 3 year policies, and 20 per cent, on 1 year policies- 

CEO. B. NEAL, President. BENJ. F. STACEY, Vlce-Pres. 

CEO. H. PENDERCAST, Secretary. 

DIRECTORS.— P. S. Roberts, T. R. B. Edmands, P. O'Riordan, George M. Starbird, George B. 
Neal, Benj. F. Stacey, Henry H. Chandler, Wilbur P. Rice, Warren Sanger, Mark F. Burns, Samuel T- 
Harris. 

BAY STATE LAUNDRY. 

COOLIDGE & CASWELL, Proprietors, 
136 FRANKLIN ST., - CAMBRIDCEPORT. 

Hand-Work a Specialty. 



JS^TSend your orders to the Laundry and our wagon will call for and 

deliver your goods. 



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DANA W. HYDE, Pres. ALFRED L. BARBOUR, Sec. 

CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL 
FIRE INSURANCE CO. 



AT THEIR 

New Building, 763 Massachusetts Avenue, Corner Inman Street, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

IIUQ1 IDCQ DWELLING HOUSES AND 

IvU l\E»9 CONTENTS IN NEW ENGLAND. 





PAYS 70 PER CENT. DIVIDEND ON 5 YEAR POLICIES. 

PAYS 50 PER CENT. DIVIDEND ON 3 YEAR POLICIES. 

PAYS 25 PER CENT. DIVIDEND ON 1 YEAR POLICIES. 

W. PORTER & CO.,Agents, 

M. F. INSURANCE nn " 

Gash Fund, $625,000. Dividends, 25, 50 and 70 Per Gent. 

Insurance Effected in First-C/ass Companies. 

No. 82 WATER STREET, - BOSTON. 

C. H. PORTER, Residence, Quincy, Mass. W. P. BUTLER, 42 Orchard St., Cambridge. 

CHARLES M. CONANT, 

SPECIAL AGENT, * 

northwestern mutual Life insurance Company. 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

24 CONGRESS STREET, - BOSTON. 

Residence, 22 Lee Street, l J)ambridgeport. 



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JOHN L. ODIORNE, 

l^eal Estate apd Ipsurapee. 

NOTARY PUBLIC. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 

763 MASSACHUETTS AVENUE, - CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 
W. H. WENTWORTH. GEO. F. WENTWORTH. 

Real Estate, Insurance, 

1388 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridgeport. 

Having opened an office for the care, purchase and sale of REAL 
ESTATE, we solicit a share of your patronage. A long and varied 
practical experience in building and repairing has prepared us to take 
entire charge of all descriptions of REAL ESTATE, guaranteeing 
careful and economical management. 

F. E. BURRAGE, 

Heal Estate, mortgages & Insurance. 

Especial Attention given to Collecting Rents and Care of Real Estate. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 
603 Massachusetts Avenue, Cor, Essex Street, near Central Spare, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

Residence, 191 Prospect Street. 

EDWIN KING HALL, 

Real Estate, Mortgages, 

LIFE, FIRE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. 

Rents Collected. Care of Property. 

2409 Massachusetts Ave., No. Cambridge, Mass. 



REPRESENTED BY W. C. LIBBEY 



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CHARLES H. MONTAGUE, 

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Real Estate, Mortgages and Insurance 

Care and Management of Estates a Specialty. 

128 INMAN STREET, - Near Inman Square, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

East Cambridge Land Go. 

LAND FOR SALE FOR 
MANUFACTORIES 

IN LOTS TO SUIT. 



Located Between Third and Portland Sts., 
Broad Canal and Charles Sts. 

RAILROAD TRACK ADJACENT TO LOTS. 

PRICES LOW AND TERMS FAVORABLE. 



Office, 28 State St., Room 39. BOSTON 

L. B. GROVER & SON, 

PL ESTATE, iRTfiUS BUD IIMCE 



671 MASSACHUSETTS AVE., Room, 4, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



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LARGEST OFFICE IN NEW ENGLAND. 



HENRY W. SAVAGE, 

37 COURT STREET, BOSTON, 

IRIEJ^L ESTATE, 

CITY AND SUBURBAN. 

HENRY W. SAVAGE. FREP K. M. JONES. 

T\. TJl. STEWHRT\ 

REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE & MORTGAGES. 

Special Attention given to the Care and Letting Houses and Collection of Rents. 

559 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, - CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



Fidelity & Casualty Co. , (Liability Insurance) of New York; German-American Insurance Co., New 
York; Providence -Washington Insurance Co., Providence; Springfield F. & M. Insurance Co., 
Springfield; Norwich Union Insurance Co., England; Saint Paul F. & M., St. Paul, Minn.; United 
States Fire Insurance Co., N. Y. 

LEADING MUTUAL COMPANIES OF MASS. 

70 per cent. Dividend paid on 5-year policies. 

JOHN CLOSE, 

649 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, - CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

ROOM 2, OVER POST OFFICE. 

FIRE INSURANCE. 

Agent for No. British and Mercantile, London, Eng. ; Sun Fire Office, London, England, London 
Assurance, London, Eng. ; Ins. Co- of State of Pennsylvania; American Central of St. Louis, Mo.; 
Spring Garden, of Philadelphia; North American, of Boston ; Metropolitan Plate Glass Co., New York. 

RISKS PLACED IN ALL RELIABLE MUTUAL AND STOCK COMPANIES. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 

BOSTON OFFICE, 48 KILBY STREET. 

GEORGE M. M'CO'7, 

Fir ', Life, Accident, Marine, Real Estate, Title, Steam Holier, Plate Glass, Rent, 
Burglary and Employers and General Liability. 

INSURANCE AND MORTGAGES, 

At Lowest Possible Cost, on Persons and Property wherever located. 
BONDS, FOR PERSONS IN RESPONSIBLE POSITIONS, PASSFORTS, ETC. 

Our Special Aim is to secure all the Interests of the Insured. 

Boston Office, 75 State St., cor. Kilty St., Cambridge Office, 12 Pleasant St , near Mass. Avenue. 

Exceedingly Important Information freely given as to different systems of Life Insurance, 
standing of companies, rates, etc. The most satisfactory and economical results secured, suggested by 
over twenty-three years' experience. Personal attention given to wording of policies, adjustment of 
losses and all interests of the insured. 



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7V_ I_. WALTON, 
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AGENCY. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1872. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 

Estates Appraised and Mortgages Negotiated. Residences and Land 
for Sale or Exchange in Cambridge and Vicinity. 

1950 MASSACHUSETTS AVE., Savings Bank Building, 

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 



FRANK X. FITZPATRICK, 

Real Estate, Mortgages, Insurance, 

61 Fourth Street, East Cambridge. 

MORTGAGES A SPECIALTY. 

JAMES H. SHEDD, 

REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, AUCTIONEER, 

CONVEYANCER, NOTARY PUBLIC, 

4 Waverly Block, City Square, - CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

MORTGAGES NEGOTIATED. 

C. WRIGHT & CO., 

RErKL. ESTHTE, 

AUCTIONEERS AND CONSTABLES, 
MORTGAGES NEGOTIATED. 

1400 Massachusetts Ave. - - Cambridge. 

Office Hours. 10 to II and 2 to 4. Evenings, 7 to 9. 



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WM. T. TUPPER, 



MORTGAGES AND FIRE INSURANCE. 

of London 
. of New York 
. of New Haven 
. of Providence 



London Assurance Corporation 
American Fire Insurance Company . 
Security Fire Insurance Company . 
Merchants' Fire Insurance Company 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company 



of New York 



573 MASSACHUSETTS AVE., CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



GEO. H. LAMBERT. 

CONSTABLE. 



FRANK H. LAMBERT 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 



Geo. H. Lambert & Son, 

Real Estate, 

AND -:- INSURANCE, -:- MORTGAGES, 
No. II PEARL STREET, CAMBRIDCEPORT. 

RESIDENCE, 32 ESSEX STREET. 

CAFE, RENTAL, SALE AND LOANS. 

Shackley & Williams, 

Real Estate and Insurance, 

MORTGAGES NEGOTIATED. 

Especial Attention given to care of real estate and collecting rents. 

263 PEARL STREET, cor. Putnam Avenue, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 



JOHN A. CUNNINGHAM. 



HENRY J. CUNNINGHAM. 



CUNNINGHAM BROS., 

Real Estate, Insurance, 

MORTGAGES. 

671 Massachusetts Avenue, Central Square. 

ROOM 5, GRANT BUILDING, and 
1369 Cambridge Street, Inman Square, - Cambridgeport. 



WILLIAMS & EVERETT, 

FINE ART R007VTS. 

pAINTINGS, Water=Colors, Etchings, 
Engravings, Photographs, Frames, 
Mirrors. The Best of Everything at 
Reasonable Prices. 

190 BOYLSTON ST., 30 PARK SQ., BOSTON, MASS. 

McCLOSKEY & HARTY, 

Real Estate, Mortpps. Insurance. 

FIRE, PLATE GLASS, LIABILITY. 

1287 Cambridge Street, Cambridgeport, Mass. 

JOHN M. WOODS. CHARLES H. SHERBURNE. 

JOHN M. WOODS * CO., 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



MMHOCMNY, 

Hard Wood Lumber and Veneers. 

A LARGE STOCK OF KILN DRIED LUMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. 

31 to 35 LANCASTER STREET, BOSTON. 

(One minute's walk from new Union Depot.) 

WHARF, BRIDGE STREET, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

James IX. Roberts & Co.. 

137 PORTLAND ST., BOSTON. 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 




New and Second-Hand Engines, Boilers, Etc., Bought and Sold. 

SHAFTING, PULLEYS and HANGERS. 

N. E. AGENTS for REEVES' WOOD PULLEY. 

Best Oak Tanned Belting. Roberts' Self-Oiling Box, with Adjustable Hanger, Best Made. 

TELEPHONE, 499 HAYMARKET. 



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S. S. CROSBY, 

WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER 

Formerly with Crosby & Foss, late of Crosby & Towne, 

43 WEST STREET, NEAR TREMONT, BOSTON. 

Prompt and careful personal attention given to Repairs of Watches, Clocks. 
Musical Boxes, Jewelry and Silverware^. 

WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE TO ORDER. 
AGENT FOR REED'S TWO DAY MONITOR WATCHES 

Telephone, Boston, Edmands' Pay Station. 

P. J. GARVIN, 

Auctioneer, Beat Estate and Insurance. 

Real Estate Bought, Sold and Rented in all parts of 
Cambridge and Somerville. 

253 CAMBRIDGE STREET, - EAST CAMBRIDGE, 

203 Somerville Avenue, Somerville. 

Fire, Marine, Plate Glass, Accident, Life, 
Steam , fe^gg*^^g&^A Elevator, 

Boiler. wMlT?I^M» Liability. 



INSURANCE 





Agents 

Springfield 

Fire & Marine Ins. Co. 

Springfield, Mass. 

(Incorporated 1849.) 

East Cambridge Office, 



T? 5o KilbySt^ 

BBq'st^n. 




Agents 
Norwich 

Union Fire Ins. Society. 

(Cambridge Telephone 560.) Norwich, England. 

(Established A. D. 1797.) 

123 Cambridge Street. 



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RUEL W. HUSSEY, 

House & Sign Painting 

AND GLAZING, 

KiLSOMlNING AND DECORATING. All orders will receive 

Prompt Attention. 

SHOP, 5 PALMER STREET, CAMBRIDGE. 

LAMB <& RITCHIE, ~ 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SHEET METALPIPE. 

SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF 

Ritchie's Patent Spiral Lock-Seam Pipe, 

Corrugated Expanding Conductor, 

Standard Lock-Seam Speaking Tube. 

ALBANY STREET, cor. PORTLAND, CAMBRIDGEPORT 

HENRY W. LAMB. DAVID A. RITCHIE. 

ESTABLISHED 1842. 

WILLIAM WRIGHT'S 




Makes a Specialty of ROLLS in all fancy shapes 

and FRENCH BREAD. 

82 and 84 MOUNT AUBURN STREET. 

ESTABLISHED 1849. 

HENRY THAYER & CO., 

MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS. 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

MEDICINAL PREPARATIONS, 

Such as Fluid Extracts, Solid Extracts, Pils, Medicinal Elixirs, Medicinal 

Wines and Syrups, Medicated Lozenges, Slippery 

Elm Lozenges, Nutritives. 

150 BROADWAY, - CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



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ROBERT D. EVANS, Pies, and Treas. 



Incorporated 1878. 



AMERICAN RUBBER CO 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



BOOTS AND SHOES, CLOTHING, MACKINTOSHES, HORSE COVERS.ETC 

Office and Stire, 37 Bedford Street, Boston. Factories and Warehouses, East Cambridge. 

Boston Gas Appliance Exchange, 

D. T. CORTIS, Proprietor, 
22 WEST STREET, - BOSTON. 

Is the Headquarters for all 
Reliable Goods in the 

Gas Appliance Line. 




AGENT 




WELSBACH 

Incandescent 

GAS-LIGHT SYSTEM. 

^ R OaTli'ad7a%^ a Ga^ Water Generators, Gas Grates, 

lKTS;S»&« W '^''* e Heaters, Etc. Welsbach Perfect Heading 
Larnni A^ndZfrJZJ Siemens-Lungren Regenerative Gas lamps, Portico 
ure^s. ±igand Bn Tners, Open Flame Burners of all the Leading Manufact- 

CAS FITTING AND JOBBING. 

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF ALL KINDS OF BURNER WORK. 

TELEPHONE 3474. 



24 

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NO. XLYI 




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We present herewith to the people of Cambridge the 
forty-sixth edition of the city directory, it covering the 
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university, its almost unsurpassed public school system, 
and its man y elegant residences fully attest the latter, 
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CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Abbreviations 97 

American Legion of Houor 632 

American O. of Scottish Clans. 633 

Ancient O. of F. of America 632 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 632 

A. O. of U. Workmen 633 

Blocks, Buildings, Etc 92 

Bridges 95 

British American Asso 633 

Business Directory 537 

Business Directory of Outside Pa- 
trons 35 

Calendar 59 

Cambridge Public Library 624 

Cemeteries 94 

Census 693 

Churches 628 

City Government 619 

College Buildings 94 

Corporations 642 

County Officers and Courts 649 

D. of R 632 

Episcopal Theo. School 691 

Fire Department 622 

General Directory. . . 97 

Grand Army of the Republic 633 

G. U. of O. F 632 

Harugari 634 

Harvard College Directory 655 

Harvard University 652 

Home Circle 634 

Improved Order of Eed Men 634 

Index to Advertisements 31 

Justices of the Peace 650 

Knights and Ladies of Honor 635 



PAGE 

Knights of Pythias 635 

Loyal Orangemen 636 

Map opp. 24 

Masonic 630 

Military 636 

M. C. O. of Foresters 636 

New Church Theo. School 691 

Notaries Public 651 

N. E. Order of Protection 636 

Odd Fellows. 631 

Order of Havmakers 637 

Order of the S. of V 634 

Order of United Friends 637 

Police Department 621 

Post Offices 646 

Preface 27 

Public Schools 624 

Radeliffe College 691 

Railroad Stations 649 

Rates of Postage 647 

Royal Arcanum 637 

Royal Society of G. F 637 

Societies 638 

Streets. Courts, Avenues 61 

S. and D. of the North 637 

Temperance Organizations 637 

Third District Court 622 

United Order of Odd Ladies 635 

United Order of the G. Cross 638 

United O. of the P. Fathers 638 

Unity Social Temple 638 

Ward Boundaries 95 

Wharves 94 

Women's State Relief Corps 634 



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FURNITURE & PIANO MOVERS. 

GOODS PACKED AND SHIPPED. 

TWENTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN CAMBRIDGE. 

Office, No. I HOLYOKE ST., near Massachusetts Ave. 

The A i Barge "Anabel" carries twenty-five passengers. 
Beach and Country Work a Specialty. Brick Storehouse for Furniture. 

ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

F. DUVEY, Proprietor. 

COLBY BROTHERS, 

(Successors to SAMUEL TUFTS), 

Furniture & Piano Movers. 

Furniture, Pianos and China Packed for Shipping-. 

STORAGE FOR FORNITURE AND CARRIAGES. 

Parties supplied with Ai Barge u May Bennett," carries twenty passengers. 

Office, - Lyceum Exchange, 1402 Massachusetts Avenue, 

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INDEX 



31 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

Ackers John L. P 802 

Acme Grocery & Provision 

Market 815 

Ahern John J opp. 99 

Alexander Mark. 831 

Allen Mary E 850 

American L. & Trust Co. 781-782 

American Rubber Co 23 

American Wringer Co 58 

Angus H. S 799 

Appleton John II 854 

Apsey A. S. 856 

Arnold E. O. & Co 549 

Atkins Charles 802 

Axtman John 843 

Aylward James F 857 

Badger W. C. H. & Co 824 

Bailey Hollis R 854 

Baker-Hunnewell Confront cover 

Baldwin & Dorsey 800 

Ball Elijah 819 

Barber Asphalt Paving Co. 

(The) 5 

Bartlett F. D 828 

Bartlett Horace S 98 

Baxter George E 796 

Bay State Confectionery Co. 

(The) 821 

Bajr State Laundry 13 

Beane Enoch & Co 814 

Becker Fred C 812 

Belmont Spring 840 

Berlitz School of Languages.. 851 

Berrv A. C 840 

Bertsch William A 810 

Bier weiler Jacob 832 

Blake Edwin H 800 

Blevins John J front cover 

Bock William A 812 

Bornstein Inventor 847 

Boston Fire & Police Notifica- 
tion Co 820 

Boston Gas Appliance Ex- 
change (The) 23 

Boston Packing & Provision 

Co 860 

Boston Safe Dep. and TrustCo. 780 
Boston Storage Warehouse. . • 13 

Boston Theatre 785 

Boston Type Foundry 58 

Boston Woven Hose and Rub- 
ber Co 6 

Bowker E. F 801 

Boynton E. W. & Co 788 

Bradeen J. S 823 

Bradford Russell 852 

Bramau, Dow & Co 807 

Brewer T. H 815 

Briggs Bros 791 

Briggs & Briggs 846 

Broadway Iron Foundry Co.. 844 
Brock Bros 24 



PAGE 

Brock & Eaton 805 

Brown Alfred R 8 

Brown J. S 839 

Brown Otis S. & Co 823 

Browne A. B 832 

Browne & Nichols 838 

Bryant T. Weston 812 

Buck C. H. & Co 803 

Buckley J. L. & Co S04 

Burditt & Bynuer 12 

Burditt & Williams 797 

BurnesR, N 833 

Burnham Addison C 855 

Burnham L. G. & Co 4 

Burrage F. E 15 

Burrowes E. T. Co 807 

Bushway H. J 821 

Butland & Son ••••.... 832 

Butler E. F 834 

Buxton George H 829 

Caldwell & Cox 803 

Cambridge Baking Co 818 

Cambridge Chronicle 860 

Cambridge Electric Light Co. 12 

Cambridge Ice Co 847 

Cambridge Mut. Fire Ins. Co. 14 

Cambridge National Bank 777 

Cambridge News 841 

Cambridge Press 861 

Cambridge Safe Deposit & 

TrustCo 779 

Cambridge Savings Bank 778 

Cambridge School 863 

Cambridge Tribune 861 

Cambridgeport National Bank 777 
Cambridgeport Savings Bank 778 

Campbell Thomas R 805 

Campbell William & Co. .... 844 
Carlisle E. A., Pope & Co.... 208 

Carstein H. L 822 

CartairA. AY 800 

Cavanagh John & Son Build- 
ing Moving Co 26 

Chandler & Barber 797 

Chapman Carriage Co 830 

Charles River National Bank 776 
Charlestown Five Cents Sav- 
ings Bank 777 

Chauucy Hall School 691 

Chickering Elmer 653 

Citizens Mutual Ins. Co 2 

Clapp David & Son 845 

Clark B. P. & Co 821 

Clark Ernest W 805 

Clark Fred C 825 

Clark R, H 829 

Clary John S back cover 

Close John 17 

Colby Bros 30 

Coleman Bros 822 

Conant Charles M... 14 

Conlan Felix 856 



32 



INDEX 



PAGE 

Conn. Steam Stone Co...'..- 810 

Coogan Michael B 856 

Cook C. A. & Co 846 

Cook Frank Gavlord 852 

Cook John M. . . 796 

Corcoran J. H. & Co 834 

Coveny W.J 824 

Craig W. G 838 

CrosbyS. S... 21 

Crowley P 816 

Cummings J. A. Printing Co. 845 

Cunningham Bros 19 

Gushing J. & Co 823 

Cushman G. W 98 

Cutter Watson G.& Sons back cov. 

Dailey Charles W 827 

Daly Thomas J 811 

Danehy D. P 813 

Davis Curtis & Co 10 

Denison Arthur E 854 

Dennison J. E 793 

Dennison William 803 

DeRosay D. Warren 794 

Devens Thomas 813 

Dickinson David T 855 

Dinsmore Wm. J. Co. (The).. 630 

Doherty Owen 831 

Donlan T. H 802 

Donovan C. J 832 

Dover Stamping Co 6 

Dow Ralph N 801 

Doyle W. E 208 

Drew J. V. & A. L 847 

Dudley Sanford H 852 

Durant H. B 9 

Durant Wm. B 855 

Dyer, Rice & Co 835 

East Cambridge Land Co 16 

East Cambridge Savings Bank 778 

Eaton D. A 848 

Edwards W. J 802 

Elektron Mnf g. Co 26 

Elliott & Duvey 30 

Ellis & Melledge 800 

Elstou A. A. & Co 98 

Estey Organ Co 790 

E. & R. Laundry 834 

Facey J. Frank 845 

Fairbanks M. J 828 

Fairfield & Fisher 801 

Fallon Chas. A 806 

Fay Bros 833 

Feeley M. A 803 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co 849 

Field Walter W 844 

Fillmore W. & Co 793 

First National Bank 775 

Fitzgerald J. E 843 

Fitzpatrick Frank X 18 

Fitzpatrick H. E. & Co 795 

Fletcher H. F. & Co 830 

Frasier D. E. 846 

Frazier W. H 848 

French Ferd F. & Co. (lira.) . . 831 
Fresh Pond Ice Co 3 



PAGE 

Frye William, Jr 817 

Fudge David & Son 813 

Fuller Seth W 30 

Furbish F. B 794 

Furfey James A 801 

Gale George W. Lumber Co. 

front cover 
Gallagher William &Sons.... 809 

Garrett W. F 98 

Garvin P. J.. 21 

Gilbert & Butler 846 

Ginn & Co 783 

GoodT. W 805 

Gordon Thomas 796 

Gordon William 809 

Gove Charles S. & Co 848 

GoveE. C 848 

Grant A. M. & D. W 825 

Graves O. B 841 

Green S. B. & Co 823 

Greene & Co. top of bus. directorv 

Greenleaf O. P 809 

Grover L. B. & Son 16 

Grovestein R. C 796 

Gurry John F. & Sons 801 

G wynne & Co 3 

Hale & Dickerman 853 

Haley W 806 

Hall Bros 799 

HallE. K 15 

Hall-Smart Co 838 

Hall & Akin 800 

Hancock Charles E 800 

Hannum Leander M 800 

Harrington John - 810 

Harvard Book Store 811 

Hastings W. B. & Co 60 

Hasty J. A 801 

Hathaway C. F 819 

Hawkes Levi 60 

Hayden F 802 

Hayden Zebah 793 

Hayes William A. 2d 854 

Hay ward Confectionery Co. . . 820 

Hazel B. C 803 

Hazen D. M •••. 820 

Heaton J. A 822 

Hedin Johu A 825 

Herf urth Paul 846 

Heron William J 808 

Hersey Ira G 793 

Hersum J. R. & C. S 832 

Hews A. H. &Co 812 

Higgins S. C 804 

HillE. H 617 

Hill James D.. 856 

Hodgkins Walter R 803 

Hoffman H. L 816 

Holmberg John F 833 

Holmes J. A. & Co 29 

Holmes W. F 823 

Hopkins Albert B 793 

Houghton J. H 11 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co 862 

Howe Archibald M 853 



INDEX 



33 



PAGE 

Howe George E 855 

Hunt Edgar F. & Co.. .back cover 

Hunt Freeman 856 

Hurley John H 85G 

Hussev Ruel W 22 

Hyde Dana W. & Co 834 

International S. S. Co 850 

International Trust Co 774 

James Charles 815 

Jensen Bros 821 

Johanson A. & Bro 795 

Jose Edwin H 854 

Jouett M. R. & Co 815 

Keeler & Co back cover 

Keenan James H. & Co 794 

Kelley Joseph J 813 

Kelley S. J 793 

Kelsey John H 825 

Kemp Ly sunder & Sons 59 

KinerR. S 838 

Knights S. R. & Co back cover 

Knowlton George P 802 

LaBreque Mme 839 

Lake & Moy nahan 828 

Lamb & Ritchie 22 

Lambert Geo. H. & Son 19 

Lane John 830 

LaneT. 11. & Co 834 

Leake C 795 

Leary W. A 856 

Lechmere National Bank 776 

Lewando's French Dyeing and 
Cleansing Establishment ... 2 

Litchfield J 812 

Livermore Joseph P 857 

Lloyd George H opp. 66 

Lockhart William L. & Co... 4 

Loges Carl A. & Son. 841 

Lombard N. C 857 

Lombard & Caustic 845 

Long A. E. & Son 20S 

Long John J 806 

Looney J.J 833 

LukeE. R. & Co 28 

MacKeigan L. G 839 

Mahoney William 809 

Maitland James 804 

Malley E. B 855 

Marble Jerome & Co 842 

Marks A. J 806 

Mason W. A. & Son . . .back cover 

Mathews James 795 

McCarthy's J. Sons 83 1 

McCloskey & Harty 20 

M'Coy George M 17 

McCoy W. J. & Sons 808 

McDonald Alexander & Son. 810 

McDonald Bros 821 

McFarland F. E 815 

McGirr John C 795 

McGuire W. T 795 

Mclsaac J. A 794 

McKelleget R. J. & G. F 856 

McKenney & Waterbury 26 

McLeod A 806 

McMurray Peter 831 



PAGE 

McNamee's John Sons 810 

Merrill Frank P. 815 

Merrill & Glazier 823 

MillanAlex 815 

Miller Henry F. Piano Co 28 

Mills Benjamin F. & Co. 2L 

Minihan C 816 

MollerC. B 824 

Montague O. II 16 

Moore Charles & Son 797 

Morgan A 811 

Moriarty P. H 835 

Morss & Whyte 843 

Moseley T. E. & Co 835 

Moulton C. W. H. & Co 849 

Moulton Henry T 807 

Moynahan & Co 569 

Mudge Harriet Mrs 839 

Mullen James F 813 

MuudyM. J , 811 

Murtfeldt W. A. Co. back binding 
Mutual Protection Fire Ins. Co. 13 

National City Bank 775 

Neale Otis S. Co 11 

Nelson Carriage Co 7 

New Englaud Conservatory of 

Music 846 

New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 784 

New England Trust Co 779 

New York Biscuit Co. back cover 

Newman W. J back map 

Nixon R. G 807 

Norris W. H..... 793 

North Ave. Savings Bank 718 

North Packing & Provision 

Co 859 

Oak Grove Creamerv Co 207 

O'Brien D. J 816 

O'Brien P. & Son back cover 

O'Callaghan Thomas & Co ... . 207 

Odiorne John L 15 

O'Dci^nell's Pharmacies 848 

O'Hara Michael 807 

O'Learv Wm. H 806 

Olsson John F. & Co 58 

Otis Wood Works 792 

Pach Bros 841 

Page Geo. G. Box Co 413 

Paine Furniture Co 654 

Park Theatre 786 

Park's Express 832 

Peak Howard F 804 

Pedersen & Zirkel 824 

Perkins Geo. A 854 

Perry Geo. S. & Co 863 

Peters H. D 809 

Pettersen Oscar G 81 9 

Pevey G. A. A 853 

Phillips W. W front cover 

Pinkos L 838 

Porter W. & Co 14 

Povall J. T 835 

Powers Lee L 839 

Prescott Bros 843 

Proudfoot David & Co.front cover 
Public Market & Provision Co. 26 



3- 



INDEX 



PAGE 

Quin John 796 

Randall C. C 838 

Rawson & Morrison Mnfg. Co. 844 

Raymond George A 847 

Raymond T. H map 

Raymond W. H. Grocery Co. 814 

Read Charles C ' 852 

Read Wm. & Sons 840 

Reed Clarence G 808 

Reid James A 805 

Reid W. W. Mnfg. Co. (The) 807 

Revere Sugar Refinery (Jo 60 

Reversible Collar Co 10 

Rice LB 794 

Rich Justin W 789 

Richardson & Bacon 60 

Ricker George F 847 

Rideout M. E. & Co 799 

Roberts Iron Works Co S44 

Roberts J. H. & Co 20 

Robertson W. W 825 

Robinson Thomas. 825 

Roop W. T. & Co map 

Rose Herbert L 805 

Rose W. Milton 848 

Rourke Peter F 816 

Row Fred J 59 

Rugg George H 823 

Russell C. A 787 

Russell & Co 821 

Ryan Thomas 809 

Sands George R 810 

Sands M. W 515 

Sargent D. A 862 

Savage Henry W 17 

Sawin's Express 832 

Sawyer Charles A front cover 

Sawyer E. D. & Co 792 

Sawyer F. L. & Co 799 

Sawyer H. M. & Son 842 

Sawyer J. S front cover 

Schultz J. A 816 

Schwartz A . A. Mrs 849 

Scott L. W. & Co 832 

Security Safe Deposit Co. .... 773 

Sever Charles W 24 

Shacklev & Williams 19 

Shattuck H. B. & Son 671 

Shauglmessy Daniel B 838 

Shaw Bros 812 

Shaw Frank E 800 

Shea Bros 813 

Shea Daniel P 833 

Shedd James H 18 

SherwinR. A 802 

Simpson A 414 

Smart J. W.... 821 

Smith Arthur H 814 

Smith George M 822 

Smith George W 825 

Smith Thomas 28 

Snow Bros 836 

Sparrow H. F. Co 820 

Spencer A. H 849 

Squire John P. & Co 858 

Stafford John 831 



PAGE 

Standard Oil Co. of N. Y. ... 842 
Standard Turning Works .... 

back cover 
Stearns A.T.LumberCo.(The) 798 

Stearns E. A 796 

Stearns M. N" 808 

Stevenson James A. & Co 825 

Stewart A. M 17 

Stewart Hugh & Co. 207 

Suffolk Eng. Co opp. 536 

Suffolk Storage Warehouse 

back map 

Surb ridge Randolph C 855 

Sutton Wm. P. & Co.- 816 

Sweatt & Gould 810 

Sweeney W. H 806 

Taylor, Demeritte & Hagar 691 

Thayer Henry & Co 22 

Thomas J. E 792 

Thompson William G 855 

Thomson David S47 

Thurston Charles H 811 

Tobev S. Oscar S28 

Tracy M. F. & Son 833 

Train E. I • 823 

Tupper William T 19 

Tyner Richard & Co . . . 

United States Baking Co 818 

University Tailoring Co 837 

Vallee A.' C 818 

Van Buskirk Charles 831 

Walton M. L 1'8 

Walworth Mnfg. Co. ........ . 840 

Ward Arthur . . 815 

Wardwell Walter C. 857 

Warren Institution for Savings 777 

Warren W. T «2l 

Waugh Chas. & Co 28 

Waugh W. A. & Co 830 

Weber Henrv 835 

Webster W. F. Cement Co.... 795 
Wellington Horatio & Co. fr. cow 

Wellington & Buck back cover 

Wells & Spencer • — 855 

Went worth W. H. & G. F. . .. 15 
West End Street Railway Co. 850 

Wheeler Edward W S45 

White Fred O 809 

White F. A ••••■ 795 

White M. P 854 

Whiting & Smith 8 lii 

Whitney T. D. & Co 846 

Whitnev William H. 801 

Wilcox "David & Co 833 

Wild D. J. & Co 805 

Williams Henry W 857 

Williams & Everett 23 

Wiseman Thomas J S09 

Wood Wm. H. & Co. back binding 

Woods John M. & Co 20 

Worcester Bros 824 

Wright, Brown & Quinby 853 

Wright C. & Co 18 

Wright George G 570 

Wright Hastings D 22 

Wyman John P 854 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



35 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS. 



Accountant* 

Conant Chas. M. 24 Congress, Boston. 
See p. 14 

Advertising Signs. 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and 
E. Canton, Boston. Telephone. See 
p. 803 

Ale, Porter. Etc. 

Gove Charles S. & Co. 30 Canal, Boston. 

See p. 848 
Neale Otis S. Co. Howard, Boston. See 

p. 11 

Ammunition, 

Read William & Sons, 107 Washington, 
Boston. See p. 840 

Anchors and Chains. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See p. S49 

Apx+raisers. 

Knights S. R. & Co. 73 Tremont rms. 
650-651 Boston. See back cover 

Architects. 

Hasty J. A. 68 Devonshire, Boston. 

See p. 801 
Russell C. A. 46y 2 Warren, Boston. 

See p. 787 

Art Galleries. 

Williams & Everett, 190 Boylston, 
Boston. See p. 20 

Artificial Eyes. 

Lloyd George H. 357 Washington, 
Boston. See opp. 66 

Artificial Stone Walks. 

Murtfeldt W. A. Company, 192 Devon- 
shire, Boston. See back binding 



Artist. 

Chickering Elmer, 21 West, Boston. 
See page 653 

Asphalt, and Asphalt 
Pavements. 

The Barber Asphalt Paving Co. of 
Wash. D. C, Charles Harris, N. E. 
agent, 70 Kilby, Boston. See p. 5 

Asphalt Floors. 

Murtfeldt W. A, Company, 192 Devon- 
shire, Boston. See back binding 

Assayer. 

Browne Arthur Benj. 119 Water, Bos- 
ton. See p. 832 

Auctioneers. 

Knights S. R. & Co. 73 Tremont, rms. 

650-651, Boston. See back cover 
Shedd James H. 4 Waverly Block, 

Charlestown. See p. 18 

Bacon Carers. 

North Packing & Provision Co. 33 and 
34 North Market, Boston. See p. 859 

Squire John P. & Company. 21 to 25 F. 
H. market, 39 and 40 North Market, 
Boston. See p. 858 

Badges {Bubber, Metal 
and Celluloid). 

Dinsmore Wm. J. Co. (The) 521 Wash- 
ington, Boston. See foot lines in 
Miscellaneous Dept. 

Bakers. 

United States Baking Co. 465 Med- 
ford, Charlestown. See p. 818 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



Banks, 

American Loan & Trust Co. 53 State, 

Boston. See pages 781-82 
Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Co. 87 

Milk, Boston. See p. 780 
Charlestown Five Cents Savings Bank, 

Thompson sq. Charlestown. See p. 

777 
International Trust Co. 45 Milk, Bos- 
ton. See p. 774 
New England Trust Co. 85 Devonshire, 

Boston. See p. 779 
Warren Institution for Savings, 25 

Main, Charlestown. See p. 777 

Banners and Flags. 

Dinsmore Wm. J. Co. (The) 521 Wash- 
ington, Boston. See foot lines in 
Miscellaneous Dept. 

Belting. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market sq. Boston. See p. 807 

Bicycles. 

Read William & Sons, 107 Washington, 

Boston. See p. 840 
Shattuek H. B. & Son, 249 Columbus 

ave. Boston. See p. opp. 560 

Biscuits. 

United States Baking Co. 465 Medford, 
Charlestown. See p. 818 

Blackboards {Slate). 

Perry Geo. S. & Co. 73 Fulton, Boston. 
See page 863 

Blue Stone. 

Harrington John, 17 Otis, Boston, tel. 
connection. See page 810 

Boarding Stables. 

Hill E. H. Culvert, cor. Tremont st. 
See page 617 

Boat Builders 9 Hard- 
ware. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See page 849 



Boats and Canoes. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See page 849 

Boilers. 

Houghton J. H. 201 and 203 Congress, 
Boston. See page 11 

Book Lettering , Stamp- 
ing and Finishing. 

Vallee A. C. 13 Wendell, Boston. See 
page 818 

Booksellers and 
Publishers. 

Houghton Mifflin & Co. 4 Park, Bos- 
ton. See page 862 

Boots and Shoes. 

Moseley T. E. & Co. 469 Washington, 
Boston. See page 835 

Bottlers* 

Gove Charles S. & Co. 30 Canal, Bos- 
ton. See page 848 

Neale Otis S. Co. Howard, Boston. 
See page 11 

Box Makers. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, rm. 
1052, Boston. See back cover 

Brass and Iron Pipe 
and Fittings. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market sq. Boston; See p. 807 

Brass Signs. 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and E. 
Canton, Boston. Telephone. See 
p. 803 

Bricks (Second Hand). 

Elston A. A. & Co. 166 Devonshire, 
Boston. See p. 98 

Builders* Finish. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See p. 798 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



37 



Building Materials. 

Elston A. A. & Co. 166 Devonshire, 
Boston. See p. 98 

Building Movers. 

The John Cavanagh & Son, Building 
Moving Co. 473 Dorchester ave. So. 
Boston. See p. 26 

Buildings lorn Doivn. 

Elston A. A. & Co. 166 Devonshire, 
Boston. See p. 98 

Bungs. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, rm. 
1052, Boston. See back cover 

Butter, Cheese and 
Eggs. 

Public Market & Packing Co. 880 
Washington, Boston. See p. 26 

Cabinet Makers. 

Keeler & Co. 91 Washington, Boston. 
See back cover 

Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Bos- 
See page 654 

Cameras. 

(POCKET KODAK.) 

Crosby S. S. 43 West, Boston. See 



p. 21 



Canoe Fittings. 



Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See p. 849 

Carpet Cleaning. 

Arnold E. O. & Co. 17 Hawkins, cor. 
Washington, Somerville. See p. 549 

Carpet Fitting and 
Laying. 

Arnold E. O. & Co. 17 Hawkins, cor. 
Washington. Somerville. See p. 549 

Carpet Sweepers. 

American Wringer Co. tel. Tremont 
764, 13 and 15 Broadway ext. Boston. 
See p. 58 

Prescott Bros. 54 and 56 Cornhill, Bos- 
ton. See page 843 



Carpets. 

O'Callaghan Thos. & Co. 553 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See p. 207 

Carriages and Sleighs. 

French Ferd. F. & Co. limited, success- 
ors to Wm. P. Sargent & Co. 14 to 
24 Sudbury, Boston. See p. 831 

Casket Mnfrs. 

Lockhart W. L. & Co. 149 Stamford, 
Boston. See p. 4 

Chemicals. 

Marble Jerome & Co. 42 Pearl, Boston. 
See p. 842 

Chemists. 

(ANALYTICAL.) 

Browne Arthur Benj. 119 Water, Bos- 
ton. See p. 832 

Civil Engineer. 

Whitney William H. 15 Court sq. Bos- 
ton. See p. 801 

Cleansing and Dyeing. 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleans- 
ing Establishment, 17 Temple pi. 
Boston. See p. 2 

Cloaks. 

O'Callaghan Thos. & Co. 558 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See p. 207 

Clocks, Jewelry, Etc. 

American Wringer Co. (The) 13 and 
15 Broadway extention, Boston. See 
p. 58 

Clothes Cleansing. 

Lewando's Freeh Dyeing and Cleans- 
ing Establishment, 17 Temple pL 
Boston. See p. 2 

Clothes Wringers. 

American Wringer Company, Tele- 
phone, Tremont, 764, 13 and 15 
Broadway extension, Boston. See 
p. 58 

Prescott Brothers, 54 and 56 Cornhill, 
Boston. See p. 843 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



Clothing ( Rubber) . 

American Rubber Co. 37 Bedford, Bos- 
ton. See page 23 

Coal and Wood. 

Baker-Hunnewell Company, 20 Ex- 
change pi. and 127 Cambridge, Bos- 
ton. See front cover 

Burnham L. G. & Co. 114 Charles, and 
Swett, junction of Mass. ave. Bos- 
ton, Mt. Washington ave. and 
Granite st. South Boston, office 86 
State, Boston. See p. 4 

Proudfoot David & Co. 92 State, Bos- 
ton. See front cover 

Wellington Horatio & Co. 72 Water, 
Boston. See front cover 

Coffins, Caskets, Etc. 

Lockhart W. L. & Co. 149 Stamford, 
Boston. See p. 4 

Collars and Cuffs. 

(MNFRS.) 

Reversible Collar Co. 95 Milk, Boston. 
See p. 10 

Commissioner (Vermont), 

Shedd James H. 4 Waverly block, 
Charlestown. See p. 18 

Conductors and Gutters. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See p. 798 

Conservatories. 

Doyle William E. 43 Tremont, and 306 
Boylston, Boston. See p. 208 

Contractors. 

Cavanagh John & Sod Building Mov- 
ing Co. 473 Dorchester ave. So. Bos- 
ton. See p. 26 

Elston A. A. & Co. 166 Devonshire, 
Boston. See p. 98 

Conveyancer, 

Shedd James H. 4 Waverly block, 
Charlestown. See p. 18 



Copper Plate Printers. 

Berry Andrew C. 12 West, Boston. 
See p. 840 

Cordage. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See p. 849 

Costumes. 

Dinsmore Wm. J. Co. (The) 521 Wash- 
ington, Boston. See foot lines in 
Miscellaneous dept. 

Cotton Rubber and Linen 
Hose. 

Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Co. 
275 Devonshire, Boston. See p. 6 

Creameries. 

Oak Grove Creamery Co. Nelson L. 
Martin, prop. 445 Boylston, Boston. 
See p. 207 

Cut Flowers. 

Doyle William E. 43 Tremont and 
306 Boylston, Boston. See p. 208 

Cutlery. 

Chandler & Barber, 15 Eliot, Boston. 
See p. 797 

Cypress Wood. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See p. 793 

Dairy Products. 

Oak Grove Creamery Co. Nelson L. 
Martin, prop. 445 Boylston, Boston. 
See p. 207 

Decorators. 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and 
East Canton, Boston. Telephone. 
See p. 803 

.Deposit Companies. 

Security Safe Deposit and Trust Co. 
67 Milk, Boston. See page 773 

Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc. 

American Wringer Co. 13-15 Broadway 
extension, Boston. See p. 58 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



39 



Door Hangers and 
Trimmings. 

Chandler & Barber, 15 Eliot, Boston. 
See p. 797 

Door Screens ( Wire.) 

Burrowes E. T. & Co. 70 Free, Port- 
land. See p. 807 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

Carlisle E. A. Pope & Co. 2 Sudbury, 

Boston. See p. 208 
Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 

Devonshire, B. See p. 798 

Dowels. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, 
rm. 1052, Boston. See back cover 

Draperies. 

Keeler & Co. 91 Washington, Boston. 

See back cover 
Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 

See page 654 

Drang ft tsman. 

Lombard N. C. 40 State, rm. 41, Bos- 
ton. See p. 857 

Druggists 9 Sundries. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, rm. 
1052, Boston. See back cover 

Drugs, Dye Staffs, Etc. 

Marble Jerome & Co. 42 Pearl. Bos- 
ton. See p. 842 

Dry Goods. 

Whitney T. D. & Co. 41 Temple pi. 
Boston. See p. 846 

Dumb Waiters. 

Chandler & Barber, 15 Eliot, Boston. 
See p. 797 

Dye House. 

Lewando's French Dyeing and Cleans- 
ing Establishment, 17 Temple pi. 
^Boston. See p. 2 



Electric Bells. 

Fuller Seth W. 27 Arch, Boston. See 
page 30 

Electric Contractor. 

Fuller Seth W. 27 Arch, Boston. See 
page 30 

Electric Dynamos. 

Elektron Mnfg. Co. (The) 103 Milk, 
rm. 15 Boston. See p. 26 

Electric Elevators. 

Elektron Mnfg. Co. (The) 103 Milk, 
rm. 15 Boston. See p. 26 

Electric Exhaust Fans. 

Elektron Mnfg. Co. (The) 103 Milk, 
rm. 15 Boston. See p. 26 

Electric Fixtures. 

McKenney & Waterbury 181 Franklin, 
Boston. See p. 26 

Electric Gas Lighting. 

Fuller Seth W. 27 Arch, Boston. See 
p. 30 

Electric Lighting. 

Fuller Seth W. 27 Arch, Boston. See 
page 30 

Electric Motors. 

Elektron Mnfg. Co. (The) 103 Milk, 
rm. 15 Boston. See p. 26 

Electric Bumps. 

Elektron Mnfg. Co. (The) 103 Milk, 
rm. 15 Boston. See p. 26 

Electrica I Supp lies . 

Fuller Seth W. 27 Arch, Boston. See 
page 30 

Electricians. 

Fuller Seth W. 27 Arch, Boston. See 
p. 30 

Electrotypers. 

Boston Type Foundry, 104 Milk, Bos- 
ton. See page 58 
Suffolk Engraving Co. 275 Washington, 
Boston. See p. opp. 536 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OK OUTSIDE PATRONS 



Embalmers. 

Bryant John Sons, 15 Austin, Charles- 
town. See p. 812 

Enameled Goods. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, rm. 
1052, Boston. See back cover 

Engineers (Mechanical.) 

Livermore Joseph P. 40 Water, Bos- 
ton. See p. 857 

Lombard N. C. 40 State, rm. 41, Bos- 
ton. See p. 857 

Engines. 

Houghton J. H. 201 Congress, Boston. 
See p. 11 

Engravers. 

Berry Andrew C. 12 West, Boston. See 
p. 840 

Suffolk Engraving Co. 275 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See p. opp. 536 

Etchings and Engravings. 

Williams & Everett, 190 Boydston, Bos- 
ton. See p. 20 

i 

Expresses. 

Butland & Son, 25 Merchants row, 
Boston, See p. 832 

Sawin Moses M. 35 Court sq. 174 Wash- 
ington, 105 Arch, 75 Kilby and 75 
Kingston, Boston. See p. 832 

Feathers Renovated. 

Arnold E. O. 17 Hawkins, cor. Wash- 
ington, Somerville. See p. 549 

Fertilizers. 

North Packing & Provision Co. 33 and 
34 North Market, Boston. See p. 859 

Squire John P. & Company, stalls 21, 
23 and 25 F. H. market, and 39 and 
40 North Market, Boston. See p. 858 

Fire find Police Notifi- 
cation Company. 

Boston Fire & Police Notification Co. 
247 Washington, Boston. See p. 820 



Fire Hose. 

Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Co. 275 
Devonshire, Boston. See p. 6 

Fire Place Goods* 

McKenney & Waterbury, 181 Franklin, 
Boston. See p. 26 

Fire Proof Vaults for 
Silverware and Valu- 
ables. 

Boston Storage Warehouse, Mass. ave. 
cor. Westland ave. Boston. See p. 13 

Fishing Hods and 
Tackle. 

Read William & Sons, 107 Washington, 
Boston. See p. 840 

Floral Designs. *♦ 

Doyle William E. 43 Tremont and 306 
Boylston, Boston. See p. 208 

Florist. 

Doyle William E. 43 Tremont and 306 
Boylston, Boston. See p. 208 

Folding Beds. 

Keeler & Co. 91 Washington, Boston. 

See back cover 
Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 

See page 654 

Fruits. 

Public Market & Packing Co. 880 
Washington, Boston. See p. 26 

Funeral Directors. 

Bryant John Sons, 15 Austin, Charles- 
town. See page 812 

Fur Sacqnes and 
Garments. 

Dyer, Rice & Co. 36 Chauncy, Boston. 
See p. 835 

Furniture. 

Keeler & Co. 91 Washington, Boston. 

See back cover . 
Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 

See page 654 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



41 



Furniture Mnfrs. and 
Dealers. 

Keeler & Co. 91 Washington, Boston. 

See back cover 
Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 

See page 654 

Furniture Storage. 

Suffolk Storage Warehouse Co. 100 
Northampton, Boston. See back 
of map 

Furriers. 

Dyer, Rice & Co. 36 Chauncy, Boston. 
See p. 835 

Galvanized Hardware. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See p. 849 

Garden Hose. 

Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Co. 275 
Devonshire, Boston. See p. 6 

Gas and Water Pipe 
Mnfrs. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market sq. Boston. See p. 807 

. Gas Appliances. 



Ginger Ale. 

Grove Charles S. & Co. 30 Canal, Boston. 

See p. 848 

Glass Signs. 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and 
E. Canton, Boston. Telephone. See 
p. 803 

Granite Worhers. 

Harrington John, 17 Otis, Boston. Tel- 
ephone connections. See p. 810 

Green h ouse Stock . 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See p. 798 

Grocers (Wholesale.) 

Public Market & Packing Co. 880 
Washington, Boston. See p. 26 

Raymond William H. Grocery Co. 45 
and 47 Commercial, Boston. See p. 

814 

Guns. 

Read William & Sons, 107 Washington, 
Boston. See p. 840 

Gutters and Conduc- 
tors. 



■ Boston Gas Appliance Exchange (The), i Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 



,22 West, Boston. See p. 23 

Gas Burners. 

Boston Gas Appliance Exchange (The), 
22 West, Boston. See p. 23 

Gas Fixtures. 

McKenney & Waterbury, 181 Franklin, 
Boston. See p. 26 

Gas Lighting. 

Boston Gas Appliance Exchange (The), 
22 West, Boston. See p. 23 

Gas Stoves and Manges. 

Boston Gas Appliance Exchange (The), 

22 West, Boston. See p. 23 
McKenney & Waterbury, 181 Franklin, 

Boston. See p. 26 



Devonshire, Boston. See p. 798 

Gymasium (For 
Women and Children). 

Mien Mary E. 42 to 56 St. Botolph, 
Boston. See p. 850 

Half Tone Plates. 

Suffolk Engraving Co. 275 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See opp. 544 

Hand Grenades. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
miarket sq. Boston. See p. 807 

Handles. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, 
rm. 1052, Boston. See back cover 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



Hardware and Cutlery* 

Burditt & Williams, 20 Dock sq. Bos- 
ton. See p. 797 

Chandler & Barber, 15 Eliot, Boston. 
See p. 797 

Hardwood Lumber. 

Woods John M. & Co. 31 Lancaster, 
Boston. See p. 20 

Harnesses, Robes, Etc. 

French Ferd. F. & Co. (limited), 24 
Sudbury, Boston. See p. 831 

Hats, Caps and Furs 
{Wholesale.) 

Dyer, Rice & Co. 36 Chauncy, Boston. 
See p. 835 

Hogs {Live and 
Dressed.) 

Boston Backing anld Provision Co. 77- 
79 So. Market, 30-40 Commerce, Bos- 
ton. See page 860 

North Packing & Provision Co. 33 and 
34 North Market, Boston. See p. 859 

Squire John P. & Company, 21, 23 and 
25 F. H. market and 39 and 40 No. 
Market, Boston. See p. 858 

Hoisting Engines. 

Houghton J. H. 201 Congress, Boston. 
See p. 11 

Horse and Wagon 
Covers, 

American Rubber Co. 37 Bedford, Bos- 
ton. See p. 23 

Sawyer H. M. & Son, 45 Broad, Bos- 
ton. See p. 842 

Hose Mnfrs. 

Boston Woven Hiose & Rubber Co. 275 
Devonshire, Boston. See p. 6 

Ice Dealers. 

Fresh Pond Ice Co. 321 Washington, 
Somerville. See p. 3 



Incandescent Lighting . 

Fuller Seth W. 27 Arch, Boston. See 
p. 30 

Injectors. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market sq. Boston. See p. 807. 

Insulated Wires. 

Simplex Electrical Co. 75 to 81 Corn- 
hill, Boston. See p. 843 

Insurance Agents. 

Conant Chas. M. (life) 24 Congress, 

Boston. See p. 14 
Cutter Watson G. & Sons, 5 Tremont, 

rms. 27 and 28, Boston. See back 

cover 
Ellis & Melledge, 72 Equitable bldg. 

Boston. See p. 800 
Hastings W. B. & Co. 53 State, Boston. 

See p. 60 
M'Coy George M. 75 State, Boston. 

See p. 17 
Mills Benjamin F. & Co. 50 Kilby, 

Boston. See p. 21 
Porter W. & Co. 82 Water, Boston. 

See p. 14 
Savage Henry W. 37 Court, Boston. 

See p. 17 
Shedd James H. 4 Waverly block, 

Charlestown. See p. 18 

Insti ra n ce Contp an ies . 

Citizens Mutual Insurance Co. 8 Ex- 
change pi. Boston. See p. 2 

Mutual Protection Fire Ins. Co. 
Thompson sq. Gharlestown. See p. 
13 

Invalid Furniture. 

Keeler & Co. 91 Washington, Boston. 

See back cover 
Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 

See page 654 

Iron Pipe. 

(GALVANIZED, PLAIN AND RUST- 
LESS.) 
Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market sq. Boston. See page 807 

Ivory Turning. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, 
rm. 1052, Boston. See back cover 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



43 



Jewelry. 

Crosby S. S. 43 West, Boston. See p. 
21 

Justices of the Peace. 

Appleton John H. 23 Court, rm. 614, 

Boston. See p. 854 
Apsey Albert S. 5 Tremont, rms. 22 to 

25, Boston. See page 856 
Aylward James F. 73 Tremont, rm. 

347, Boston. See p. 857 
Bumham Addison C. 28 State, Boston. 

See p. 855 
Co<nant Chas. M. 24 Congress, Boston. 

See p. 14 
Coogan M. B. 73 Trernont, rm. 550, 

Boston. See p. 856 
Cook Frank Gaylord, 10 Tremont, rm. 

46, Boston. See p. 852 
Dickinson David T. 5 Tremont, rms. 

22-25, Boston. See p. 855 
Ellis W. R. 72 Equitable bldg. Boston. 

See p. 800 
Howe Archibald M. 10 Tremont, Bos- 
ton. See p. 853 
Howe George E. 73 Tremont, rm. 726, 

Boston. See p. 855 
Hurley John H. 73 Tremont, rm. 44S, 

Boston. See p. 856 
Lombard N. C. 40 State, Boston. See 

p. 857 
McKelleget Richard J. & G. F. 27 Tre- 
mont row, Boston. See p. 856 
Mills Banj. F. 50 Kilby, Boston. See 

p. 21 
Perkins George A. 15 Court sq. Boston. 

See p. S54 
Pievey G. A. A. 5 Tremont, Boston. 

See p. 853 
Shedd James H. 4 Waverly block, 

Charlestown. See p. 18 
Spencer Charles W. 54 Court House, 

Pemberton sq. Boston. See p. 855 
Surbridge Randolph C. 73 Tremont, 

rms. 325-6, Boston. See p. 855 
Thompson William G. 1134 Tremont 

bldg. Boston. See page 855 
Wells Wellington, 54 Court House, 

Pemberton sq. Boston. See p. 855 
White. M. P. 53 Devonshire, Boston. 

See p. 854 
Wyman John P. 30 Court, rm. 3, Bos- 
ton. See p. 854 

Layer Beer. 

Neale Otis S. Co. under Howard Athe- 
naeum, Howard, Boston. See p. 11 



L a mp Fix tu res . 

MoKenney & Waterbury, 181 Franklin, 
Boston. See p. 26 

Land Company* 

East Cambridge Land Company, 
Woodard Emery, Olerk and Treas. 
28 State, rm. 39 Boston. See p. 16 

Lard Oil. 

North Packing & Provision Co. 33 and 
34 North Market, Boston. See p. 859 

Squire John P. & Company, 21, 23 and 
25 Faneuil Hall market and 39 and 
40 North Market, Boston. See p. 858 

Laundries , r 



Cushman G. W. 17 Court, Boston. See 
p. 98 

Lewando's French Dyeing & Cleans- 
ing Establishment, 17 Temple pi. 
Boston. See p. 2 

Lawyers. 

Appleton John H. 23 Court, rm. 614, 

Boston. See p. 854 
Apsey Albert S. 5 Tremont, rms. 22 to 

25, Boston. See p. 856 
Aylward James F. 73 Tremont, rm. 

347, Boston. See p. 857 
Bailej' Hollis R. 905 Exchange bldg. 

53 State, Boston. See p. 854 
Bradford Russell, 209 Washington, 

rm. 46, Boston. See p. 852 
Burnham Addison C. 28 State, Boston. 
, See page 855 
Coogan M. B. 73 Tremont, rm. 550, 

Boston. See p. 856 
Cook Frank Gaylord, 10 Tremont, rm. 

46, Boston. See p. 852 
Denison Arthur E. 150 Devonshire, 

Boston. See p. 854 
Dickinson David T. 5 Tremont, rms. 

22-25, Boston. See p. 855 
Dudley Sanford H. 95 Milk, rm. 71 

Boston. See p. 852 
Durant William B. 19 Congress, Bos- 
ton. See p. 855 
Emery Woodard, 28 State, rm. 40, Bos- 
ton. See page 16 
Hale & Dickerman, 209 Washington, 

Boston. See p. 853 
Hayes Wm. A. 2d, 605 Sears bldg. 

Boston. See p. 854 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



Lawyers. — Con. 

Howe Archibald M. 10 Tremont, rm. 
65, Boston. See p. 853 

Howe George E. 73 Tremont, rm. 726, 
Boston. See p. 855 

Hunt Freeman, 23 Pemberton sq. Bos- 
ton. See p. 856 

Hurley John H. 73 Tremont, rm. 448, 
Boston. See p. 856 

McKelleget R. J. & G. F. 27 Tremont 
row, Boston. See p. 856 

Perkins George A. 15 Court sq. Bos- 
ton. See page 854 

Pevey G. A. A. 5 Tremont, Boston. 
See p. 853 

Quinby William, 53 State, Boston. See 
p. 853 

Read Charles C. 31 State, Boston. See 
p. 852 

Surbridge Randolph C. 73 Tremont, 
rms. 325-6, Boston. See p. 855 

Thompson William G. 1134 Tremont 
bldg. Boston. See page 855 

Wells & Spencer, 54 Court House, Pem- 
berton sq. Boston. See p. 855 

White M. P. 53 Devonshire, rms. 20, 21 
and 22, Boston. See p. 854 

Williams Henry W. (Patent), 131 Dev- 
onshire, rms. 20-21, Boston. See p. 
857 

Wymian John P. 30 Court, rm. 3, Bos- 
ton. See p. 854 

Lime, Hair and Cement. 

Burnham L. G. & Co. 144 Oharies, 
Swett, junc. Mass. ave. Boston, and 
Mt. Washington avenue, and Gran- 
ite, South Boston, office 86 State, 
Boston. See p. 4 

Linens. 

Whitney T. D. & Co. 41 Temple pi. 
Boston. See p. 846 

Linoleums. 

O'Callaghan Thos. & Co. 558 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See p. 207 

Liquors {Wholesale.) 

Gove Charles S. & Co. 30 Canal, Bos- 
ton. See p. 848 

Locksmiths 9 S upp lies . 

Chandler & Barber, 15 Eliot, Boston. 
See p. 797 



Lumber* 

Sawyer E. D. & Co. 166 Devonshire, 

Boston. See p. 792 
Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 

Devonshire, Boston. See p. 798 
Woods John M. & Co. 31 Lancaster, 

Boston. See p. 20 

Machinery. 

Roberts James H. & Co. 137 Portland, 
Boston. See p. 20 

Machinery Mnfrs. 

Roberts James H. & Co. 137 Portland, 
Boston. See p. 20 

Machinists. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market sq. Boston. See p. 807 

Mackintoshes. 

American Rubber Co. 37 Bedford. Bos- 
ton. See p. 23 

Mahogany. 

Woods John M. & Co. 31 Lancaster, 
Boston. See p. 20 

Mangles. 

American Wringer Co. Tel. Tremont^ 
764, 13 and 15 Broadway ext. Boston. 
See p. 58 

Prescott Brothers, 54 and 56 Cornhilll, 
Boston. See p. 843 

Mnfg. Companies. 

American Rubber Co. 37 Bedford, Bos.- 

ton. See p. 23 
Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Co. 275 

Devonshire, Boston. See p. 6 
Reversible Collar Co. 95 Milk, Boston. 

See p. 10 
Standard Turning Works, 53 State, rm. 

1052, Boston. See back cover 



Marble Workers. 

Harrington, John, 17 Otis, Boston, tel. 
connection. See page 810 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



45 



Marine Hardware* 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See p. 849 

Masons and Builders. 

Eeed Clarence G. 336 Beacon, Somer- 
ville. See p. 808 

Master in Chancery. 

Pevey G. A. A. 5 Tremont, Boston. 
See p. 853 

Mats. 

O'Oallaghan Thos. & Co. 558 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See p. 207 

Mattings. 

O'Callaghan T'hos. & Co. 558 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See p. 207 

Mattress Work. 

Arnold E. O. & Co. 17 Hawkins, cor. 
Washington, Somerville. See p. 549 

Mechanical Engineers. 

Livermore Joseph P. 40 Water, Boston. 

See p. 857 
Lombard N. C. 40 State, rim. 41, Boston. 

See p. 857 

Medals {College and Club.) 

Crosby S. S. 43 West, Boston. See 
p. 21 

Men's Furnishings* 

Cushnian G. W. 17 Court, Boston. See 
p. 98 

Metal Signs. 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and E. 
Canton, Boston. Telephone. See 

p. 80o 

Mill Supplies. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market sq. Boston. See p. 807 

Mineral Waters* 

Gove Charles S. & Co. 30 Canal, Bos- 
ton. See p. 848 

Neale Otis S. Co. Howard, Boston. 
See p. 11 



Mirrors and Picture 
Frames. 

Williams & Everett, 190 Boylston, Bos- 
ton. See p. 20 

Mortgage Brokers. 

Cutter Watson G. & Sons, 5 Tremont, 
rms. 27 and 28, Boston. See back 
cover 

Mortgages. 

M'Coy George M. 75 State, Boston. 

See p. 17 
Savage Henry W. 37 Court, Boston. 

See p. 17 

Mouldings. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See p. 798 

Music Schools* 

N. E. Conservatory of Music, Franklin 
sq. Boston. See p. 846 

Musica I M erch an disc . 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, rm. 
1052, Boston. See back cover 

Neats Foot Oil. 

National Linseed Oil Co. Jerome Mar- 
ble & Co. agents, 42 Pearl, Boston. 
See p. 842 

Notaries Public. 

Appleton John H. 23 Court, rm. 614, 

Boston. See p. 854 
Apsey Albert S. 5 Tremont, rms. 22 to 

25, Boston. See p. 856 
Burnham Addison C. 28 State, Boston. 

See p. 855 
Conant Grnas. M. 24 Congress, Boston. 

See p. 14 
Coogan M. B. 73 Tremont, rm. 550, 

Boston. See p. 856 
Cook Frank Gay lord, 10 Tremont, rm. 

46, Boston. See p. 852 
Denison Arthur E. 150 Devonshire, 

Boston. See p. 854 
Durant William B. 19 Congress, Bos- 
ton. See p. 855 
Ellis W. R. 72 Equitable bldg. Boston. 

See p. 800 



4(5 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



Notaries*— Con. 

Hayes William A. 2d, 605 Sears bldg. 

Boston. See p. 854 
Howe Archibald M. 10 Tremont, Bos- 
ton. See p. 853 
Howe Geo. E. 73 Tremont, rm. 726, 

Boston. See p. 855 
Hurley John H. 73 Tremont, rm. 726, 

Boston. See p. 856 
Lombard N. C. (Suffolk), 40 State, rm. 

41, Boston. See p. 857 
Perkins Geo. A. 15 Court sq. Boston. 

See p. 854 
Pevey G. A. A. 5 Tremont, Boston. 

See p. 853 
Quinby William, 53 State, Boston. 

See p. 853 
Read Charles C. 31 State, Boston. See 

p. 852 
Shedd James H. 4 Waverly block, 

Charlestown. See page 18 
Spencer Charles Ml. 54 Court House, 

PemberDon sq. Boston. See p. 855 
Surfbridge Randolplh C. 73 Tremont, 

rms. 325 and 326, Boston. See p. 855 
Wells Wellington, 54 Court Bouse, 

Pemberton sq. Boston. See p. 855 
White M. P. 53 Devonshire, rms. 20, 21 

and 22, Boston. See p. 854 
Wyman John P. 30 Court, rm. 3, Bos- 
ton. See p. 854 

Oars. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See page 849 

Office Furniture. 

Keeiler & Co. 91 Washington, Boston. 

See back cover 
Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 

See page 654 

Oil Clothing Mn/rs. 

Sawyer H. M. & Son, 45 Broad, Boston. 
See page 842 

Oil Cloths and Linoleums. 

O'Cal'laghan Thos. & Co. 558 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See p. 207 

Oil Dealers and Mn/rs. 

National Linseed Oil Co. Jerome Mar- 
ble & Co. agents, 42 Pearl, Boston. 
See page 842 



Oil Fixtures. 

McKenney & Waterbury, 181 Franklin, 
Boston. See page 26 

Oil Mn/rs. 

National Linseed Oil Co. Jerome Mar- 
ble & Co. agents, 42 Pearl, Boston. 
See page 842 

Oil Stoves. 

Prescott Bros. 54 and 56 CornJhill, Bos- 
ton. See page 843 

Oiled Hats. 

Sawyer H. M. & Son, 45 Broad, Boston. 
See page 842 

Oils {Kerosene and 
Lubricating.) 

Standard Oil Co. of N. Y. 61 Broad, 
Boston. See page 842 

Opera Glasses. 

Lloyd George H. 357 Washington, Bos- 
ton. See opp. p. 66 

Optical Goods. 

Lloyd George H. 357 Washington, Bos- 
ton. See opp. p. 66 

Opticians. 

Lloyd George H. 357 Washington, Bos- 
ton. See opp. p. 66 

Oriental Hugs. 

O'Callaghan Thos. & Co. 558 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See page 207 

Organ Stop Mn/rs. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, rm. 
1052, Boston. See back covei 



Organs. 

Estey Organ Co. 180 Tremont, Boston. 
See page 790 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



47 



Painters (House, Sign and 
Fresco). 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and 
East Canton, Boston. See page 803 

Passport Agents, 

M'Coy George M. 75 State, Boston. 
See p. 17 

Patent Lawyers. 

Williams Henry W. 131 Devonshire, 
rms. 20-21, Boston (also foreign). 
See p. 857 

Wright, Brown & Quinby, 53 State, 
Boston. See page 853 

Patent Solicitors. 

Livermore Joseph P. 40 Water, Boston. 

See p. 857 
Lombard Nathan C. 40 State, rm. 41, 

Boston. See p. 857 
Williams Henry W. 131 Devonshire, 

rms. 20-21, Boston. (also foreign). 

See page 857 
Wright, Brown & Quinby, 53 State, 

Boston. See p. 853 

Pavers. 

Barber Asphalt Paving Co. (The) 70 
Eilby, Boston. See p. 5 

Pepsin (Pure.) 

North Packing & Provision Co. 33 and 
34 No. Market, Boston. See p. 859 

Photographers. 

Ohickering Elmer, 21 West, Boston. 
See page 653 

Piano Materials. 

(WOOD.) 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, 
rm. 1052 Boston. See back cover 

Pianos. 

Estey Organ Co. 180 Tremont, Boston. 

See page 790 
Miller Henry F. & Sons Piano Co. 88 

Boylston, Boston. See p. 28 



Piano Tuning. 

MiUler Henry F. & Sons Piano Co. 88 
Boylston, Boston. See p. 28 

N. E. Conservatory of Music, Franklin 
sq. Boston. See p. 846 

Pictures and Picture 
Frames. 

Williams & Everett, 190 Boylston, Bos- 
ton. See p. 20 

Pistols. 

Read William & Sons, 107 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See p. 840 

Planing Mills. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See p. 798 

Plants. 

Doyle W T m. E. 43 Tremont and 306 
Boylston, Boston. See p. 208 

Pork and Beef Packers. 

North Packing & Provision Co. 33 and 
34 No. Market, Boston. See p. 859 

Squire John P. &, Company, 21, 23 and 
25 F. H. Market, and 39 and 40 No. 
Market, Boston. See p. 858 

Pork, Lard and Hams. 

Boston Packing & Provision Co. 77-79 

So. Market, and 30 to 40 Commerce, 

Boston. See p. 860 
North Packing & Provision Co. 33 and 

34 No. Market, Boston. See p. 859 
Squire John P. & Company, 21, 23, and 

25 F. H. market, and 39 and 40 No. 

Market, Boston. See p. 858. 

Portraits. 

Ohickering Elmer, 21 West, Boston. 
See page 653 

Poultry. 

Public Market and Packing Co. 880 
Washington, Boston, See p. 26 

Printers. 

Clapp David & Son, 291 Congress, Bos- 
ton. See p. 845 

Cummings J. A. Printing Co. 252 
Washington, Boston. See p. 845 



48 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



Printers' Supplies. 

Boston Type Foundry, 104 Milk, Bos- 
ton. See page 58 

Printing Presses. 

Boston Type Foundry, 104 Milk, Bos- 
ton. See p. 58 

Provisions. 

(WHOLESALE.) 

Boston Packing" & Provision Co. 77- 
79 So. Market, and 30 to 40 Com- 
merce, Boston. See p. 860 

Hoffman H. L. 137 Eliot, Boston. 
See p. 816 

North Packing <fe Provision Co. 33 and 
34 No. Market, Boston. See p. 859 

Public Market oc Packing Co. 880 
Washington, Boston. See p. 26 

Squire John P. & Company, 21, 23 and 
25 F. H. market, and 39 and 40 No. 
Market, Boston. See p. 858 



Publishers. 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 4 Park, Bos- 
ton. See page 862 

Pumps. 

(COPPER AND IRON ) 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market sq. Boston. See page 807 

Railroad Company. 

West End Street Railway Company, 81 
Milk, Boston. See p. 850 

Rattan Furniture. 

Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 
See page 654 

Real Estate and Mortgages. 

Cutter Watson G. & Sons, 5 Tremont, 
rms. 27 and 28, Boston. See back 
cover 

East Cambridge Land Co. W^oodard 
Emery, clerk and treas. office 28 
State, rm. 39, Boston. See p. 16 

Ellis & Melledge, 72 Equitable bldg. 
Boston. See p. 800 

Knights S. R. & Co. (auctioneers and 
appraisers), Tremont ibldg. rms. 650 
and 651, Boston. See back cover 



Savage Henry W. 37 Court, Boston. 

See p. 17 
Shedd James H. 4 Waverly block, 

Charles town. See page 18 

Real Estate Signs. 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and E. 
Canton, Boston. See p. 803 

Regalias and Jewels. 

Dinsmore Wm, J. Co. (The) 521 Wash- 
ington, Boston. See foot lines in 
Miscellaneous Dept. 

Riding School. 

Hill E. H. Culvert eor. Tremont, Bos- 
ton. See page 617 



Riggers. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See p. 849 

Robes. 

(FUR). 

Dyer, Rice & Co. 36 Chauncy, Boston. 
See p. 835 

Roofing (Gravel, Slate and 
Metal). 

Murtfeldt W. A. Company, 192 Devon- 
shire, Boston. See back binding 

Rubber Goods. 

American Rubber Co. 37 Bedford, Bos- 
ton. See p. 23 

Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Co. 275 
Devonshire, Boston. bee p. 6 

Preseott Bros. 54 and 56 Cornhill, 
Boston. See p. 843 

Rubber Hose. 

Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Co. 275 
Devonshire, Boston. See p. 6 

Rugs. 

O'Callaghan Thos. & Co. 558 Washing- 
ton, Boston. See p. 207 

Rustless Iron Pipe. 



Braman, Dow & Co. : 
market sq. Boston. 



4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
See p. 807 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



49 



Safe Deposit Vaults. 

Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Co. 87 
Milk, oor. Congress, Boston. See 
page 780 

International Trust Co. 45 Milk, Bos- 
ton. See page 774 

Security Safe Deposit Co. 67 Milk, 
Boston. See p. 773 

Sand Blasting and 
Chipping, 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and E. 
Canton, Boston. Tel. See page 803 

Sauerkraut* 

Hoffman H. L. 137 Eliot, Boston. See 
page 816 

Sausage Mnfrs. 

Hoffman H. L. 137 Eliot, Boston. See 

page 816 
North Packing & Provision Co. 33 and 

34 North Market, Boston. See page 

859 
Squire John P. & Company, 21, 23 and 

25 F. H. Market, and 39 and 40 N. 

Market, Boston. See page 858 

Saw Mills. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See page 798 

School Furniture. 

Perry George S. & Co. 73 Fulton, Bos- 
ton. See page 863 

School of Elocution. 

N. E. Conservatory of Music, Franklin 
square, Boston. See page 846 

School of Languages. 

Berlitz School of Languages, 132 Boyl- 

ston, Boston. See p. 851 
N. E. Conservatory of Music, Franklin 

square, Boston. See page 846 

School Supplies. 

Perry George S. & Co. 73 Fulton, Bos- 
ton. See page 863 

Chandler & Barber (manual training), 
15 Eliot, Boston. See page 797 



Schools and Teachers. 

Ohauncy Hall School, Boylston, con 
Berkeley, Boston. See p. 691 

Sreens for Windows and 
Doors. 

Burrowes E. T. Co. 70 Free, Portland. 

See pa.ge 807 
Morss & Whyte (wire), 79 Cornhili, 

Boston. See page 843 

Secret Society Goods. 

Dinsmore Wm. J. Co. (The) 521 Wash- 
ington, Boston. See foot lines in 
Miscellaneous Dept. 

Settees. 

Perry George S. & Co. 73 Fulton, Bos- 
ton. See page 863 

Shafting, Hangers and 
Pulleys. 

Roberts James H. & Co. 137 Portland, 
Boston. See page 20 

Shingles. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See page 798 

Ship Chandlery. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See page 849 

Shirts 9 Collars and Cuff's. 

Cushman G. W. 17 Court, Boston. See 
page 98 

Show Cards. 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and E. 
Canton, Boston. Telephone. See 
page 803 

Sign Painters. 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and E. 
Canton, Boston. Telephone. See 
p. 803 

Signs. 

Buck C. H. & Co. Harrison ave. and E. 
Canton, Boston. Telephone. See 
page 803 



50 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



Silverware, Jewelry, Etc. 

American Wringer Co. 13 and 15 
Broadway Ext. Boston. See page 58 

Slate Blackboards. 

Perry George S. & Co. 73 Fulton, Bos- 
ton. See page 863 

Silverware* 

Crosby S. S. 43 West, Boston. See 
page 21 

Soap Mnfrs. 

Davis Curtis & Co. 136 State, Boston. 
See page 10 

Soda and Mineral Water. 

Gove Charles S. & Co. 30 Canal, Boston. 

See page 848 
Neale Otis S. Co. Howard, Boston. See 

page 11 



Solicitor of Patents. 

Williams Henry W. 131 Devonshire, 
rms. 20-21, Boston (also foreign). 
See page 857 

Speaking Tubes. 

Fuller Seth W. 27 Arch, Boston. See 
p. 30 

Spectacles. 

Lloyd George H. 356 Washington, Bos- 
ton. See opp. page 66 

Sporting Apparatus. 

Read William & Sons, 107 Washington, 
Boston. See page 840 

Spring JBeds. 

Keeler & Co. 91 Washington, Boston. 

See back cover 
Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 

See page 654 

Spring Water. 

Belmont Natural Spring Water Co. G. 
H. Cotton, prop. 71 Chestnut, Boston. 
See page 840 



Stair Work. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See page 798 

Stamping and Embroidery 
Goods. 

Whitney T. D. & Co. 41 Temple pi. Bos- 
ton. See page 846 



Starch. 

National Linseed Oil Co. Jerome Mar- 
ble & Ob. agents, 42 Pearl, Boston. 
See page 842 



Stationers. 

Berry Andrew C. 12 West, Boston. See 
p. 840 



Steam Boilers and Engines. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market square, Boston. See page 
807 

Houghton J. H, 201 Congress, Boston. 
See page 11 

Steam Fitters 9 Snpplies. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market square, Boston. See page 

807 



St^am, Gas and Water 
Pipe Mnfrs. 

Braman, ix>w & Co. 3, 4, 5 and G Hay- 
market square, Boston. See page 
807 

Steam Heating Apprratus. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market square, Boston. See page 
807 

Steam Jacket Kettles. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market square, Boston. See page 
807 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



51 



Steam Packing. 

Braman, Dow & Go. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market square, Boston. See page 

807 

Steam Radiators. 

Braman, Dow & Go. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market square, Boston. See page 
807 

Steam Valves and Gauge 
Cocks. 

Braman, Dow & Go. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market square, Boston. See page 

807 

Steam and Gas Fitters. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
unarket square, Boston. See page 
807 

Stone Crashers. 

Hougihton J. H. 201 Congress, Boston. 
See page 11 

Storage for Silverware and 
Other Valuables, 

Security Sate Deposit Co. 67 Milk, 
Boston. See p. 773 

Storage Warehouses. 

Boston Storage Warehouse, Mass. ave. 

cor. Westland ave. Boston. See page 

13 
Suffolk Storage Warehouse Co. 100 

Northampton, Boston. See back map 

Stucco Workers. 

Reed Clarence G. 336 Beacon, Somer- 
ville. See page 808 

Sngar Refiners. 

Revere Sugar Refinery, Nash, Spaul- 
ding & Co. 23 Broad, Boston. See 
page 60 

Surveyor, 

Whitney William H. 15 Court sq. Bos- 
ton. See page 801 



Swimming School. 

(FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN.) 

Allen Mary E. 42 to 56 St. Botolph, 
Boston. See page 850 

Tackle Blocks, 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See page 849 

Tanks and Vats. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See page 798 

Tar Concrete. 

Murtfeldt W. A. Company, 192 Devon- 
shire, Boston. See back binding 

Teachers and Schools. 

Taylor, DeMerritte & Hagar, Boyls- 
ton, cor. Berkeley, Boston. See p. 691 

Theatres. 

Boston Theatre, 539 Washington, Bos- 
ton. See page 785 

Park Theatres Washington, Boston. 
See page 786 

Timber. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See page 798 

Toys. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, rm. 
1052 Boston. See back cover 

Trade Marks. 

Williams Henry W. 131 Devonshire, 
rms. 20-21 Boston (also foreign). 
See page 857 

Trust Companies. 

American Loan & Trust Co. 53 State, 
Boston. See pages 781-782 

Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Co. 87 
Milk, Boston. See page 780 

International Trust Co. 45 Milk, Bos- 
ton. See page 774 

New England Trust Co. 85 Devonshire, 
Boston. See page 779 



52 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 



Turkish Baths {For Wo- 
men Only). 

Alien Mary E. 42 to 56 St. Botolph, 
Boston. See page 850 

Turning and Jig Sawing. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, 
rm. 1052, Boston. See back cover 

Type Founders* 

Boston Type Foundry, 104 Milk, Bos- 
ton. See page 58 

Undertakers, 

Bryant John Sons, 15 Austin, Oharles- 
town. See page 812 

Underwear. 

Cushnian G. W. 17 Court, Boston. See 
page 98 

Upholsterers. 

Keeler & Co. 91 Washington, Boston. 

See back cover 
Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 

See page 654 

Wagon and Horse Covers. 

Sawyer H. M. & Son, 45 Broad, Boston. 
See page 842 

Watches and Watch Re- 
pairing. 

Crosby S. S. 43 West, Boston. See 
page 21 

Water Conductors. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The) 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See page 798 

Water {Spring). 

Belmont Natural Spring Water, G. H. 
Cotton, prop. 71 Chestnut, Boston. 
See page 840 

Water Proof Clothing and 
and Mats. 

Sawyer H. M. & Son, 45 Broad, Boston. 
See page 842 



Water, Steam and Gas 
Pipe. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Hay- 
market sq. Boston. See page 807 

Water Tight Cellars. 

Murtfeldt W. A. Co. 192 Devonshire, 
Boston. See back binding 

Window Glass. 

Carlisle E. A. Pope & Co. 2 Sudbury, 
Boston. See page 208 

Window and "Door 
Frames. 

Carlisle E. A. Pope & Co. 2 Sudbury, 
Boston. See page 208 

Window Screens { Wire) . 

Burrowes E. T. Co. 70 Free, Portland. 
See page 807 



Window Shades, 

Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 
See page 654 

Wire Hope. 

Houghton J. H. 201 Congress, Boston. 
See page 11 



Wire Screens for Windows 
and Doors. 

Burrowes E. T. Co. 70 Free, Portland. 

See page 807 
Morss & Whyte, 79 Cornhill, Boston. 

See page 843 

Wire Workers. 

Morss & Whyte, 75 to 81 Cornhill, Bos- 
ton. See page 843. 

Wood and Ivory Turning. 

Standard Turning Works, 53 State, 
rm. 1052 Boston. See back cover 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF OUTSIDE PATRONS 53-57 



Wood 31 ant els, 

Keeler & Co. 91 Washington, Boston. 

See iback cover 
Paine Furniture Co. 48 Canal, Boston. 

See page 654 

Wood Turners. 

Stearns A. T. Lumber Co. (The), 166 
Devonshire, Boston. See page 798. 

Wringer Rolls. 

American Wringer Co. Tel. Tremonit, 
764, 13 and 15 Broadway ext. Boston 
See page 58 

Prescott Bros. 54 and 56 Cornhill, Bos- 
ton. See page 843 

Wringers Rep aired . 

American Wringer Co. Tel. Tremont, 
764, 13 and 15 Broadway ext. Boston. 
See page 58 

Prescott Bros. 54 and 56 Cornhill, Bos- 
ton. See page 843 



Wringin g Ma eh ines . 

American Wringer Co. Tel. Tremont, 
764, 13 and 15 Broadway ext. Boston 
See page 58 

Prescott Bros. 54 and 56 Cornhill, Bos- 
ton. See page 843 

Wrought Iron Pipe and 
Fittings. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 3. 4. 5 and 6 Hay- 
market sq. Boston. See page 807 

Yaeht Hardware. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal, 
Boston. See page 849 



Yaeht Lamps. 

Ferdinand L. W. & Co. 176-180 Federal,. 
Boston. See page 849 



James E. Huntress. 
George F. Huntress. 



W. A. Greenough & Co. 



Established 1862. 



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PRINTING 
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No. 07 Oliver Street, BOSTON, MASS 



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Photographs Mounted. Artists Materials. Large Assortment of Pictures. 

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THE AMERICAN WRINGER CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



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American, Eclipse and Metropolitan Mangles, Wringer 
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All Kinds of Wringers and Sweepers Repaired. Orders by mail promptly attended to. 

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MAY 


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1 8 15 22 29 X 


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- 6 13 20 27 

- 7 14 21 28 

1 8 15 22 29 

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OFFICE HOURS, BOSTON, 1 to 3 P. M. 

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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



61 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



In the first column of figures the left side of the way is indicated, in the second 
column the right. 



ABERDEEN AVE. from G05 Mt, Au- 
burn to Huron ave. ward 1. 



ACACIA, from 13 Ash to 
thorn, ward 1. 



18 Haw- 



ACORN, from 515 Putnam ave. to 123 
Chestnut, ward 4. 



AGASSIZ, from 15 Linnaean 
Lancaster, ward 5. 



to 30 



AKRON, from opp. 218 Banks to the 
river, ward 1. 

ALBANY, from 538 Main to Fort 
Washing-ton, ward 4. 
Main 

Portland 
Osborn 
Mass. ave. 
Fort Washington 
ALBRO, from 26 Blackstone to the 
river, ward 4. 

ALLEN, from 1957 Mass. ave. to 18 
Orchard, ward 5. 

ALLSTON, from Waverly at Fort 
Washington to 114 Magazine, wd. 4. 

Waverly 
24 Grove ave. 

31 Bell 
58 Sidney 
64 Peters 
98 Brookline 
170 171 Pearl 
214 Allston ct. 

249 Magazine 

ALLSTON COURT, from 214 Allston, 
ward 4. 

AMORY, from 329 Broadway to 190 
Hampshire, ward 2. 
Broadway 
21 Amory place 

41 King place 

64 Summer 
155 154 Hampshire 

AMORY PLACE, from 21 Amory, ward 



AMPERE, from Western ave. to Albro, 
ward 4. 



ANDREW, from 42 Fairmount 
Somerset, ward 4. 



to 



ANTRIM, from 351 Broadway to 1398 
Cambridge, Inman sq. wd. 2. 
4 Broadway 
25 Corliss place 

135 144 Cambridge 
APPIAN WAY, from 63 Brattle to 3 
Garden, ward 1. 

APPLETON, from 155 Brattle to 102 
Concord ave. ward 1. 






Brattle 


10 


Brewster 





55 Highland 





Huron ave. 




187 Hutchinson 




201 Saville 





Concord ave. 



ARLINGTON, from 1794 Mass. ave. to 
7S Washington ave. ward 5. 
2 1 Mass. ave. 
21 Walnut ave. 
42 Washington ave. 

ARNOLD CIRCLE, from 897 Mass. 
ave. 

ARROW, from 1134 Mass. ave. to 12 
Bow, ward 1. 

ARSENAL SQUARE, junc. of Garden, 
Concord ave. and Chauncy, ward 1. 

ASH, from 84 Brattle, across Mt. Au- 
burn to the city stable, ward 1. 

2 1 Brattle 
12 Ash st. place 

13 Acacia 
Mt. Auburn 
Gasometer 

City stable 

ASH STREET PLACE, from 12 Ash, 
ward 1. 

ASHBURTON PLACE, from 26 Essex, 
ward 2. 



62 



STREETS, COUKTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



ASHTON PLACE, from 35 Irving, 
ward 1. 

ATHENEUM, from First, near Main, 
westerly, ward 3. 

ATHENS PLACE, from 22 Mt. Au- 
burn, ward 1. 

AUBURN, from Blanche to 20 Western 
ave. ward 4. 
21 Blanche 
41 Sidney 
88 91 Brookline 
126 Salem 

134 131 Pearl 

183 Magazine 
206 River 
224 225 Pleasant 

AUBURN PLACE, from 653 Mt. Au- 
burn, Ward 1. 

AUSTIN, from 833 Main, to 16 Inman, 
wards 2 and 4. 
2 1 Main 

23 School 

27 Columbia 
50 Douglass 

70 Norfolk 
86 Austin place 

100 99 Essex 

Prospect 
134 Temple 

151 Inman 
AUSTIN PLACE, from 86 Austin, 
ward 2. 

AVON, from 27 Shepard to 40 Lin- 
naean, ward 5. 
Shepard 

8 Martin 
Linnaean 

AVON HILL, from 39 Linnaean to 160 
Huron ave. ward 5. 
Linnaean 

24 Avon place 
Bates 

Hillside ave. 
96 Hillside place 
104 Bellevue ave. 
120 Huron ave. 

AVON PLACE, from 24 Avon Hill, 
ward 5. 

BACON COURT, from 125 Gore, wd. 3. 

BAILEY PLACE, from 118 Magazine, 
ward 4. 

BALDWIN, from 1605 Cambridge to 78 
Kirkland, ward 1. 
Cambridge 



21 Nichols place 

24 Baldwin st. ct. 
35 Emmons place 

36y 3 Magnolia ave. 
56 Kirkland 

BALDWIN PLACE, from 177 Main, 
ward 2. 

BALDWIN STREET COURT, from 24 
Baldwin, ward 1. 

BALLORD PLACE, from 222 Putnam 
ave. ward 4. 

BANCROFT, from Western avenue to 
Gilmore. 

BANKS, from 10 Mt. Auburn to opp. 
30 Sands, ward 1. 
2 1 Mt. Auburn 
35 Warren place 
59 Grant 
72 Surrey 

89 Cowperthwaite 
98 Fallon place 

114 121 Flagg 
169 Stiles 
Akron 
226 Sands 

BATES, from Raymond to Avon Hill, 
ward 5. 

BATH, from 158 Mt. Auburn, wd. 1. 

BAY, from 960 Mass. ave. to 88 Kin- 
naird, ward 4. 
Mass. ave. 
12 13 Green 
20 23 Franklin 

Kinnaird 

BEAVER, from 10 Cowperthwaite to 
98 De Wolfe, ward 1. 

BEDFORD, from 19 Porter to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2. 

BEECH, from 1981 Mass. ave. to 150 
Elm, ward 5. 

1 2 Mass. ave. 
11 14 Orchard 

Elm 
BELL, from 31 Allston to Erie, wd. 4. 

BELLEVUE AVENUE, from 90 Ray- 
mond, east and west, to bey. Avon 
Hill, ward 5. 

Raymond 

Avon Hill 

BELMONT, from Mt. Auburn at R. R. 
bridge, along Watertown line to be- 
yond Cushing, ward 1. 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



63 



BENNETT, from Murray, west, wd. 1. 

BENT, from 133 Third to Ninth, wd. 3. 
Third 
Fifth 
Sixth 
Ninth 

BERKELEY, from 9 Phillips place to 
8 Craigie, ward 1. 

2 1 Phillips place 
20 Berkeley place 

Craigie 

BERKELEY PLACE, from 20 Berke- 
ley, ward 1. 

BERKSHIRE, from 31 Bristol to 752 
Cambridge, ward 2. 

1 2 Bristol 

10 Berkshire place 
19 20 Plymouth 

30 Vandine 
39 38 York 

94 Marney 
149 150 Cambridge 

BERKSHIRE PLACE, from 10 Berk- 
shire to 169 Portland, ward 2. 

BIGELOW, from 821 Mass. ave. to 280 
Harvard, ward 2. 

BINNEY, from First to 160 Portland, 
ward 3. 
First 
Second 
Third 
Fifth 
Sixth 
B. & A. R. R. 
Ninth 
Portland 

BISMARCK, from end Newman to be- 
yond Gladstone, ward 5. 
Newman 
Gladstone 

BLACKSTONE, from 331 River to 360 
Western ave. ward 4. 
1 River 

21 Daye court 
26 Albro 

Western ave. 

BLAIR PLACE, from 72 Bolton, wd. 5. 

BLAKE, from 2033 Mass. ave. to 50 
Orchard, ward 5. 

BLANCHE, from 334 Mass. ave. to Au- 
burn, ward 4. 
2 1 Mass. ave. 



10 11 Green 
22 21 Franklin 
Auburn 

BLIGHT COURT, from Washington, 
near Clark. 

BOARDMAN, from 183 Harvard to 254 
Broadway, ward 2. 
Harvard 

13 Boardman place 
23 Broadway 

BOARDMAN PLACE, from 13 Board- 
man, ward 2. 

BOLTON, from 111 Sherman, and 
across Sherman at 131, to beyond 
Blair place, ward 5. 

BOND, from 47 Concord ave. to 58 
Garden, ward 1. 

BOW, from 1222 Mass. ave. to 59 Mt. 
Auburn, ward 1. 

Mass. ave. 
12 Arrow 

Plympton 

Mt. Auburn 

BOWDOIN, from Hudson to 22 Lin- 
naean, ward 5. 

Hudson 
21 Martin 

Linnaean 

BOYLSTON, from 1390 Mass. ave. to 
the bridge, Brighton line, wd. 1. 
2 1 Mass. ave. 
40 . 39 Mt. Auburn 
Winthrop sq. 
Winthrop 
60 South 

65 Eliot 
the bridge, Brighton line 

BOYSON PLACE, from 13 Valentine, 
ward 4. 

BRACKETT PLACE, from 1843 Mass. 
ave. ward 5. 

BRADBURY, from 207 Mt. Auburn to 
16 Sparks, ward 1. 

BRATTLE, from 1394 Mass. ave. to 
Mt. Auburn, at Fresh Pond lane, 
ward 1. 
Boylston 

8 Palmer 
32 23 Brattle square 

45 Church 
48 Story 

53 Farwell place 
60 Hilliard 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



BROADWAY— Cont. 




63 


Appian Way 




79 


James 


84 




Ash 




85 


Mason 


96 




Hawthorne 







Long-fellow Park 







Epis. Theo. school 




105 


Longfellow Mansion 


114 




Willard 


124 




Brown 


134 




Mercer Circle 




141 


Craigie 


140 





Sparks 




147 


Riedesel avenue 







Hubbard Park 




155 


Appleton 


156 




Lowell 




159 


Kennedy avenue 




167 


Channing place 


172 




Channing 




179 


Fayerweather 


180 




Elmwood avenue 







Mt. Auburn 




195 


Lake View avenue 




209 


Lexington avenue 




223 


Hawthorne avenue 







Larch 







Fresh Pond lane 



BRATTLE SQUARE, between 23 and 
25 and 32 and 34 Brattle, ward 1. 

BRENDON, changed to Wyeth, wd. 5. 

BREWER, from 146 Mt. Auburn to 
Charles River Parkway, ward 1. 

Mt. Auburn 
14 Chapman place 

Charles River Parkway 

BREWERY, from 565 Main to 162 
Broadway, wards 2 and 4. 

1 2 Main 

5 Rogers court 
17 16 Washington 
25 56 Hastings 

32 Brimmer place 
41 36 Harvard 
61 62 Broadway 

BREWSTER, from 61 Sparks to 10 Ap- 
pleton, ward 1. 
Sparks 
Riedesel avenue 

Appleton 

BRIDGE, from Craigie bridge to Som- 
erville line, ward 3. 

Craigie bridge 
Prison Point 
113 East 
Lechmere square 





145 Short 


152 


Gore 




185 Water 


206 


Winter 




Third 


240 


Fourth 





Somerville avenue 



BRIMMER PLACE, from 32 Brewery 
to 7 Munson, ward 2. 

BRISTOL, from 159 Portland to 17 
Market, ward 2. 
2 1 Portland 
31 Berkshire 
42 53 Webster avenue 
70 73 Hampshire 
86 Crossland 

90 89 Market 

BROADWAY, from 181 Main, ward 2, 
to 1770 Cambridge, at Harvard Univ. 
grounds, wards 1 and 2. 
2 1 Main 

5 Third street court 
12 11 Third 
32 Pioneer avenue 

52 Pioneer 

70 Pelham 

114 111 Sixth 
134 Jordan place 

B. & A. R. R. 

161 179 Hampshire 

162 Brewery 
196 189 Portland 
200 201 Davis 

205 Market 
214 Moore 

226 221 Clark 
236 Dickinson 

246 239 Winsor 
254 Boardman 

263 % Lin wood place 
270 271 Columbia 
288 281a Elm 
312 291 Norfolk 

Broadway Park 

303 Tremont 
314 Common 

318 315 Prospect 

329 Amory 
342 341 Inman 
348 West street place 

351% Antrim 
362 ' Derby lane 

369 Fayette 
372 Lee 

381 Maple avenue 
384 Hancock 

393 Highland avenue 

403 Ellsworth avenue 
407 Dana 



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420 
442 

462 


427 



455 

467 


Ellery 

Trowbridge 

Irving 

Ware 

Felton 






474 


475 


Prescott 










485 



Quincy 

Cambridge 






BROADWAY PARK, junction 
way, Norfolk and Common, 


Broad- 
ward 2. 


BROOKFORD, from 


2542 Mass. ave. 


ward 5. 









BROOKLINE, from 476 Mass. ave. to 
the Charles River, ward 4. 
Mass. avenue 
18 17 Green 
40 35 Franklin 
60 59 Auburn 
84 Pilgrim 

89 Watson 
124 Pacific 

107 Lopez 
125 Decatur 
151 Valentine 
194 191 Erie 
218 217 Hamilton 
238 239 Allston 
270 269 Putnam avenue 
302 301 Chestnut 

Henry 
340 353 Charles River 

BROOKS, from 695 Main to 34 School, 
ward 4. 

2 1 Main 

Holly 
30 29 School 

BROOKS PLACE, from Moore to 
Clark, ward 4. 

BROWN, from 124 Brattle to 13 Fos- 
ter, ward 1. 

BUCKINGHAM, from 23 Craigie to 60 
Concord avenue, ward 1. 
Craigie 

4 Buckingham place 
14 Parker 
56 Healey 
Concord avenue 

BUCKINGHAM PLACE, from 4 Buck- 
ingham, ward 1. 

BUENA VISTA AVENUE, from 109 
Huron avenue, ward 5 

BURNS COURT, from 36 Foster, wd. 1. 

BUTLER COURT, from 64 Plympton, 
ward 1. 



CAMBRIDGE, from 96 Bridge to 1499 
Mass. avenue, wards 3 and 1. 
Bridge 
Lechmere square 
66 First 

107 Dailey alley 
159 Second 
230 227 Third 
258 Church place 

324 325 Fourth 
414 413 Fifth 
506 507 Sixth 
548 547 Seventh 
580 Eighth 

638 Ninth 

664 Parnell 

635 Lambert 
697 Warren 
712 Portland 

731 Marion 
752 Berkshire 

825 Harding 
857 Hunting 
888 889 Willow 

945 Distillhouse 
964 965 Winsor 
1020 1027 Webster avenue 
1042 1041 Columbia 
1078 1077 Elm 
1132 1129 Norfolk 
1178 1175 Tremont 
1238 1233 Prospect 
1295 Oak Circle 
1309 Oak 
1318 Hampshire court 

1361 Springfield 
1372 1369 Inman square 
1372 1385 Hampshire 
1398 Antrim 

1426 Fayette 

1445 Line 
1460 Maple avenue 

1500 Highland avenue 

1531 Leonard avenue 
1534 Ellsworth avenue 

1560 Dana 

Hovey avenue 
1590 Ellery 

1605 Baldwin 
1640 1643 Trowbridge 
1680 1673 Irving 
1700 Felton 

1717 Sumner 
1734 Prescott 

1754 1755 Quincy 
Broadway 

Kirkland 
Mass. avenue 

CAMBRIDGE COMMON, junct. Gar- 
den, Waterhouse and Mass. avenue, 
ward 1. 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



CAMDEN PLACE, from 245 Mt. Au- 
burn, ward 1. 

CAMERON, from 2409 Mass. avenue to 
Somerville line, ward 5. 

CARLISLE, from 294 Prospect to 65 
Tremont, ward 2. 

CAMP, from Fair Oaks, ward 5, 

CARVER, from Museum to Sacra- 
mento, ward 1. 
2 Museum 
5 Hammond 

Wendell 

46 Sacramento 

CEDAR, from 2422 Mass. ave. to 59 
Rindge ave. ward 5. 
1 Mass. avenue 
7 Harvey 
Dudley 
33 Cedar square 
35 McLean place 
Norris 
Rice 
Rindge avenue 

CEDAR SQUARE, from 33 Cedar, 
ward 5. 







50 





CENTRE, from 81 Hancock to 8 Dana, 
ward 2. 

CENTRAL PLACE, from 103 Western 
avenue, ward 4. 

CENTRAL SQUARE, junction Mass. 
ave. River and Magazine streets and 
Western avenue, ward 4. 

CENTRAL SQUARE PLACE, from 25 
Central square. 

CHANNING, from 172 Brattle to Mt. 
Auburn, opp. the hospital, ward 1. 

CHANNING PLACE, from 167 Brattle, 
ward 1. 

CHAPMAN PLACE, from 13 Gerry to 
Brewer, ward 1. 

CHARLES, from First to Ninth, wd. 3. 

First 

61 Second 

91 100 Third 

Chestnut Park 

139 Fourth 

187 Fifth 

247 240 Sixth 

Ninth 

CHATHAM, from opp. 162 Hancock to 
Dana, opp. Cleveland, ward 2. 



CHAUNCY, from 1600 Mass. avenue to 
15 Concord avenue, ward 1. 
1 Mass. avenue 

9 Garden 
Concord avenue 

CHERRY, from 805 Main to 176 Har- 
vard, wards 4 and 2. 

Main 
13 Harold place 

25 24 School 

56 Cherry court 
59 Eaton 

87 92 Washington 
167 166 Harvard 

CHERRY COURT, from 56 Cherry, 
ward 4. 

CHESTER, from 2187 Mass. avenue to 
Somerville line, ward 5. 

CHESTNUT, from 78 Waverly to 163 
Pleasant, ward 4. 
Waverly 
48 51 Sidney 
80 Brookline 
108 Hastings square 

111 Acorn 
144 143 Pearl 

163 Newton 
186 185 Magazine 

Whitney avenue 
251 Pleasant 



CHESTNUT PARK, from 
Charles, ward 3. 



23 to 31 



CHILTON, from Huron avenue to Vas- 
sal lane, ward 1. 

CHURCH, from 1444 Mass. avenue to 
45 Brattle, ward 1. 
Mass. avenue 
28 Palmer 

Brattle 



CHURCH PLACE, from 
bridge, ward 3. 



258 Cam- 



CLARENDON AVENUE, from 2505 
Mass. avenue to Somerville line, 
ward 5. 

CLARK, from 733 Main to 20 Webster 
avenue, wards 4 and 2. 
1 2 Main 
18 Holly 
24 School 

46 Clark street place 
59 60 Washington 
115 114 Harvard 
137 138 Dickinson 
151 150 Broadway 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



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155 154 Market 
181 Crossland 

185 184 Hampshire 

205 206 Webster avenue 

CLARK STREET PLACE, from 46 
Clark, ward 4. 

CLARY, from 365 Prospect, ward 2. 

CLAY, from 93 Rindge avenue to 40 
Harvey, ward 5. 
1 2 Rindge avenue 
Dudley 
George 
Harvey 

CLEVELAND, from 38 Ellery to 29 
Dana, ward 1. 

CLIFTON, from 115 Rindge avenue to 
64 Harvey, ward 5. 
Rindge avenue 

Dudley 
Harvey 

CLINTON, from 847 Mass. avenue to 
290 Harvard, ward 2. 

COGSWELL AVENUE, from 2106 
Mass. avenue to Fitchburg R. R. 
ward 5. 

Mass. avenue 

8 Cogswell place 

40 Mead 

Fitchburg R. R. 

COGSWELL PLACE, from 11 Mead to 
8 Cogswell avenue, ward 5. 

COLUMBIA, from 401 Mass. avenue 
and 907 Main to Somerville line, 
wards 4 and 2. 

1 Mass avenue 
2 Main 

26 Austin 

77 80 Washington 

97 Suffolk 

108 Marvin place 
121 Worcester 

149 150 Harvard 

183 180 Broadway 

221 224 Market 

279 276 Hampshire 

341 342 Lincoln 

401 400 Cambridge 

409 410 Webster avenue 

465 464 Somerville line 

COLUMBUS AVENUE, from 2596 
Mass. | avenue to Kimball avenue, 
ward 5. 
Madison avenue 



Harrison avenue 

Kimball avenue 

COMMON, from 247 Harvard to 314 
Broadway, ward 2. 

CONCORD AVENUE, from 5 Water- 
house across Huron avenue to Wel- 
lington and Huron avenue, at Bel- 
mont line, wards 1 and 5. 
Waterhouse 

9 Follen 
Garden 
Arsenal square 
28 Craigie 

44 Parker 

47 Bond 
60 Buckingham 

65 Madison 
70 Sparks st. place 

80 79 Huron avenue 
92 Royal avenue 

99 Donnell 
102 Appleton 

144 Walden 

Fresh Pond avenue 

New 

Alewife brook 
Fitchburg R. R. 
Fresh Pond drive 

Smith place 

Huron avenue 

Wellington 

CONLONS COURT, from 244 Third, 
ward 3. 

COOLIDGE AVENUE, from next be- 
yond 400 Mt. Auburn to Watertown 
line, ward 1. 

COOLIDGE PLACE, from 449 Mass. 
avenue, ward 4. 

CORLISS PLACE, from 25 Antrim, 
ward 2. 

COTTAGE, from 101 Pearl to 102 
River, ward 6. 

2 1 Pearl 

6 Cottage court 

24 Magazine 

49 River 

COTTAGE COURT, from 6 Cottage, 
ward 4. 

COTTAGE PARK AVENUE, from 2510 
Mass. avenue, ward 5. 

COTTAGE ROW, from 318 Green, 
ward 4. 



68 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



COWPEETHWAITE, from 81 Banks 
to 38 DeWolfe, ward 1. 

2 1 Banks 
10 Beaver 

24 Otter 

36 41 DeWolfe 

CRAIGIE, from 30 Concord avenue to 
Brattle, junction Sparks, ward 1. 
2 Concord avenue 
8 Berkeley 

23 Buckingham 
Brattle 

CREIGHTON, from 2030 Mass. avenue, 
ward 5. 

CRESCENT, from 96 Oxford to 61 Sac- 
ramento, ward 5. 

CRESCENT AVENUE, from 57 Wal- 
den to Raymond, ward 5. 



CROSSLAND, from 181 Clark to 
Bristol, ward 2. 



86 



CUMNOCK PLACE, from 99 Mt. Au- 
burn, ward 1. 

CUSHING, from opposite 38 Belmont 
(Watertown), to 902 Huron avenue. 






Belmont 




Spruce avenue 


50 


Cushing avenue 


82 


Cushing court 


104 


Lawn 




111 Locust 


136 


Vineyard 


194 


175 Huron avenue 



CUSHING AVENUE, from 50 Cushing, 
ward 1. 

CUSHING COURT, from 82 Cushing, 
ward 1. 

CUTLER AVENUE, from beyond 286 
Huron avenue, ward 5. 

CYPRESS, from 34 Walden, ward 5. 

DAILEY ALLEY, from 107 Cambridge 
to 2 Gore, ward 3. 

DANA, from 975 Mass. avenue to 1560 
Cambridge, wards 1 and 2 



1 


Mass. avenue 
8 Centre 




17 


Harvard 




29 


Cleveland 
Chatham 




49 


Broadway 




78 


80 Cambridge 




DANA SQUARE, Magazine, 


from Law- 


rence to Lake and Niagara, ward 4. 



DAVENPORT, from 1925 Mass. avenue 
to 130 Elm, ward 5. 

Mass. avenue 
35 Orchard 

45 Saginaw avenue 

Elm 

DAVIS, from 125 Harvard to 42 
Hampshire, ward 2. 

Harvard 

Dickerman 

25 26 Broadway 
33 32 Hampshire 

DAY, from 2235 Mass. avenue to Som- 
erville avenue, ward 5. 
Mass. avenue 

8 Henderson court 
Somerville line 

DEACON, from 360 Main to foot of 
Pioneer, ward 2. 

DECATUR, from 125 Brookline to 136 
Pearl, ward 4. 
2 1 Brookline 
10 Decatur court 

32 31 Pearl 

DECATUR COURT, from 10 Decatur, 
ward 4. 

DERBY LANE, from 362 Broadway to 

33 West, ward 2. 



eW( 


)LF 


E, from 36 Mt. 


Auburn 


to 


Flagg, 



ward 1. 
Mt. Auburn 








11 



DeWolfe place 
Mill 






24 




Grant 






46 

72 




Cowperthwaite 
Otter 






98 




Beaver 







DeWOLFE PLACE, from 11 DeWolfe, 
ward 1. 

DICKINSON, from, 236 Broadway to 
Davis, ward 2. 
Broadway 
Clark 
Moore 
Davis 

DINSMORE COURT, from 33 Willard, 
ward 1. 

DISTILLHOUSE, from 945 Cambridge 
to Somerville line, ward 2. 

DIVINITY AVENUE, from 25 Kirk- 
land, ward 1. 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



69 



DOANE, from 52 Foster to Kenway, 
ward 1. 

DODGE, from 85 Western avenue to 
Grigg, ward 4. 

DONNELL, from 140 Garden to 99 
Concord avenue, ward 5. 
Garden 
8 Tuttle 
Concord avenue 

DOUGLASS, from 467 Mass. avenue to 
50 Austin, ward 4. 
Mass. avenue 
5 Douglass court 

Austin 

DOUGLASS COUET, from 5 Douglass, 
ward 4. 

DOVER, from 2263 Mass. avenue, to 
Somerville line, ward 5. 

DUDLEY, from 2366 Mass. avenue to 
Clifton, ward 5. 
Mass. avenue 
Cedar 
Reed 
Montgomery 
Clay 
Jackson 
Clifton 

DUNSTER, from 1364 Mass. avenue to 
College wharf, ward 1. 

2 1 Mass. avenue 
12 Mt. Auburn 
18 17 Winthrop 
28 27y 2 South 

College wharf 

DWIGHT, from Murray, west, wd. 1. 

DYKE, from opp. 36 DeWolfe to be- 
yond Plympton, ward 1. 
DeWolfe 
11 Plympton 

EAST, from 113 Bridge to Hall's 
wharf, ward 3. 

Bridge 
16 North 

26 Leighton court 

Hall's wharf 

EATOJT, from 59 Cherry to 34 Pine, 

ward 4. 
EIGHTH, from 580 Cambridge to 
Spring-, ward 3. 
Cambridge 
16 15 Otis 
\ Thorndike 
(\ Spring 



ELIOT, from Eliot square to 69 Boyl- 
ston, ward 1. 

ELIOT SQUARE, junction Eliot, Mt. 
Auburn, Murray and Winthrop, 
ward 1. 

ELLERY, from 1011 Mass. avenue to 
1590 Cambridge, ward 1. 

Mass. avenue 
27 26 Harvard 

38 Cleveland 
65 Broadway 
115 106 Cambridge 

ELLSWORTH AVENUE, from 403 
Broadway to 1542 Cambridge. 
3 Broadway 

16 Ellsworth Park 
22 Greenoug*h avenue 
29 32 Cambridge 

ELLSWORTH PARK, from 16 Ells- 
worth avenue, ward 2. 



ELM, 


from 211 Harvard, across Cam 


bridge, to Somerville line, ward 2. 





Harvard 


17 


Norfolk court 





Broadway 




92 Market 


145 


140 Hampshire 




330 Webster avenue 


333 


334 Somerville line 


ELM, 


from White to Russell, ward 5. 


120 


Davenport 


136 


Saginaw 


140 


Beech 


180 


Miller avenue 


186 


Tenney 


206 


Russell 



ELMER, from 3 Sands, ward 1. 

ELMWOOD, from 12 Elmwood avenue 
to Mt. Auburn, ward 1. 

ELMWOOD AVENUE, from 180 Brat- 
tle to Mt. Auburn, ward 1. 

1 Brattle 
12 Elmwood 

Mt. Auburn 

EMERY COURT, from Munroe, wd. 3. 

EMMETT PLACE, from 106 Sixth, 
ward 3. 

EMMONS PLACE, from 35 Baldwin, 
towards Trowbridge, ward 1. 

ERICSSON COURT, from 169 Green, 
ward 4. 



70 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



ERIE, from B. & A. R. R. across 
Brookline at 202, to 84 Magazine, 
ward 4. 

B. & A. R. R. 

Albany 

Bell 

Sidney 

Brookline 
25 Pearl 

56 Magazine 

ESSEX, from 605 Mass. avenue to 238 
Harvard, ward 2. 

1 2 Mass. avenue 

6 Whitney court 
Austin 

26 Ashburton place 
38 Percy place 
42 Lamson place 
51 Essex court 

Harvard 

ESSEX COURT, from 51 Essex, wd. 2. 

EUSTIS, from 112 Oxford to Harris 
place, ward 5. 

EVERETT, from 1603 Mass. avenue to 
45 Oxford, ward 1. 

FAIRFIELD, from 10 Rindge avenue 
to 64 Pemberton, ward 5. 

FAIRMONT, from 91 Magazine to 258 
River, ward 4. 
Magazine 
36 35 Pleasant 
42 Andrew 

54 Fairmont avenue 

76 River 

FAIRMONT AVENUE, from 54 Fair- 
mont to 5 Somerset, ward 4. 

FAIRVIEW AVENUE, from Oxford 
avenue to Belmont line, ward 1. 

FALLON PLACE, from 98 Banks, 
ward 1. 

FARRAR, from Scott to Holden, wd. 1. 

FARWELL PLACE, from 53 Brattle, 
ward 1. 

FAYERWEATHER, from 179 Brattle, 
across Huron avenue to Vassal lane, 
ward 1. 
1 Brattle 

Reservoir 
Huron avenue 
Vassal lane 

FAYETTE, from 369 Broadway to 1426 
Cambridge, ward 2. 



FELTON, from 469 Broadway to 1700 
Cambridge, ward 1. 



FENNO, from Garden to Shearman 


FIFTH, from 68 Winter to Potter, 




ward 3. 





Winter 


23 


32 Gore 


47 


44 Cambridge 





70 Otis 


91 


94 Thorndike 


113 


114 Spring 


145 


138 Vine 


161 


166 Charles 





Bent 





Rogers 





Binney 





Munroe 





Potter 



FIRST, from 66 Cambridge, ward 3, to 
Main, ward 2. 

14 Cambridge 

34 Otis 

54 Thorndike 

70 Spring 
105 Vine 
137 Charles 

Broad canal 

Main 

FISK PLACE, from 136a Washington, 
ward 2. 

FLAGG, from 75 Putnam ave. to 98 
De Wolfe, ward 1. 
2 1 Putnam ave. 
16 Walker court 

28 25 Banks 
42 Flagg st. ct. 

59 Beaver 
98 DeWolfe 

FLAGG STREET COURT, from 42 
Flagg, ward 1. 

FLORENCE, from 149 Magazine to 6 
Pleasant, ward 4. 
2 1 Magazine 
6 Gordon pi. 

20 23 Pleasant 

FLORENCE PLACE, from 31 Norfolk, 
ward 2. 

FOLLEN, from 9 Concord ave. to 13 
Waterhouse, ward 1. 

FOREST, from 1759 Mass. ave. to 
Somerville line, ward 5. 
1 4 Mass. avenue 
11 10 Frost 

21 22 Oxford 

26 Somerville line 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



71 



FORRES PLACE, from 18 Lambert, 
ward 3. 

FORT PUTNAM, junc. of Fourth and 
Otis, ward 3. 

FORT WASHINGTON, Washington 
sq. from Waverly, at Allston, to B. 
& A. R. R. ward 4. 

FOSTER, from 19 Willard to 14 Lowell, 
ward 1. 
2 1 Willard 
13 Brown 
10 Burns court 

17 Foster place 
34 Sparks 
50 Doane 

Gibson 

Lowell 

FOSTER PLACE, from 17 Foster, 
ward 1. 

FOUNTAIN TERRACE, from Holwor- 
thy to Fresh Pond. 

FOURTH, from 240 Bridge to 139 
Charles, ward 3. 
Bridge 
18 15 Winter 

9 Stevens court 
32 27 Gore 
43 Cambridge 
74 75 Thorndike 
94 91 Spring 

101 Fourth street place 
112 109 Vine 
Otis 
Fourth, ward 3. 
Charles 

FOURTH STREET PLACE, from 101 

FRANCES PLACE, from 11 Montgom- 
ery, ward 5. 

FRANCIS AVENUE, from 43 Kirkland, 
ward 1. 

FRANK, from 2343 Mass. ave. to Som- 
erville line, ward 5. 
Mass. ave. 
Locke 
Somerville line 

FRANKLIN, from Albany to 42 Put- 
nam ave. ward 4. 

Albany 

Goff 

Lansdowne 

Blanche 

2 1 Sidney 

31 Brookline 
64 61 Pearl 
96 Magazine 

River 






Western avenue 





111 Pleasant 


144 


Soden 


190 


191 Hancock 


216 


215 Bay 





Putnam avenue 



FRESH POND AVENUE, from Con- 
cord ave. near F. R. R. to Fresh Pond 
station, ward 1. 

FRESH POND DRIVE, from Concord 
ave., Fresh Pond lane, and end Hol- 
worthy, around the pond, ward 1. 

FRESH POND LANE, from Brattle, 
next west of Larch, to Lexington 
avenue, ward 1. 

FRISBIE PLACE, from 23 Kirkland, 
ward 1. 

FRONT STREET COURT, from 346 
Mass. ave. ward 4. 

FROST, from 12 Roseland to beyond 
Harris, ward 5. 
2 1 Roseland 
Forest 
64 Harris 

65 Prentiss place 

FROST TERRACE, from 1791 Mass. 

ave. ward 5. 
GARDEN, from Mass. ave. at Cam- 
bridge Common to 290 Walden,. 
wards 1 and 5. 
Mass. avenue 

Cambridge Common 
Old Burying Ground 

3 AppianWay 

12 Mason 

17 Waterhouse 

13 Phillips place 
26 Concord avenue 

Arsenal square 
Chauncy 
41 Wallace 
47 Shepard 
58 Pond 

63 Linnaean 
90 Madison 

107 Huron avenue 
118 Winslow 

Garden court 
124 Orrin 

Kildare 

140 Donnell 

Stearns 

Walden 

GARDEN COURT, from opposite 118 
Garden to beyond Sherman, ward 5. 
Garden 
Sherman 



72 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



GARDNER, from 31 Tremont to 222 
Prospect, ward 2. 
1 Tremont 
7 Murdock 
12 13 Prospect 

GARFIELD, from 1713 Mass. ave. to 
111 Oxford, ward 5. 

GEORGE, from 45 Montgomery to 
Clay, ward 5. 

GERRY, from 140 Mt. Auburn to be- 
yond Chapman place, ward 1. 

Mt. Auburn 
8 Revere 

13 Chapman place 

GIBSON, from 263 Mt. Auburn to Fos- 
ter, ward 1. 

1 Mt. Anburn 
2 Kenway 

Foster 

GILMORE, from 1 Western avenue to 
Montgomery. 

GIPSEY PLACE, from Moore, south, 
of School, west, ward 4. 

GLADSTONE, from 2585 Mass. avenue 
to Bismarck, ward 5. 

GLENWOOD, from 333 Pearl to 170 
Magazine, ward 4. 

GOFF, from Mass. avenue to Pacific, 
ward 4. 

GORDON PLACE, from 6 Florence, 
ward 4. 

GORE, from 152 Bridge to Somerville 
line, ward 3. z 

Bridge 

2 Dailey alley 
20 19 Second 

44 43 Third 
76 77 Fourth 
112 111 Fifth 

125 Bacon court 
128 Gore place 

141 Sixth 

Seventh st. court 
164 168 Squires court 
174 Lambert 
Somerville line 

GORE PLACE, from 128 Gore, ward 3. 

GORHAM, from 2 Museum to beyond 
57 Wendell, ward 1. 
2 Museum 
Hammond 
Wendell 

GRANITE, from 353 Pearl to Maga- 
zine, ward 4. 



GRANT, from 59 Banks to 24 DeWolf e, 
ward 1. 

GRAY, from 51 Martin to 30 Linnaean, 
ward 5. 

GRAY PLACE, from 91 Harvard, ward 

2. 

GREEN, from 13 Sidney, across West- 
ern ave. to beyond Putnam, ave. 
ward 4. 
1 Sidney 
52 55 Brookline 
105 Pearl 
154 Magazine 

169 Ericsson court 
202 195 Pleasant 

219 Vernon 
306 309 Hancock 

319 Cottage Row 
350 Bay 

421 Putnam avenue 

GREENOUGH AVENUE, from 39 
Highland avenue to 22 Ellsworth 
avenue, ward 2. 

GRIGG, from 156 Putnam avenue to 47 
Howard, ward 4. 

Putnam avenue 
42 Dodge 

64 Hews 

Magee 
Howard 

GROTTO PLACE, from 37 Moore, 
ward 4. 

GROVE AVENUE, from 620 Putnam 
avenue to 20 Allston, ward 4. 

GROVELAND, from 24 Rindge avenue 
to Rindge Park, ward 5. 

HADLEY, from 2059 Mass. avenue, 
ward 5. 

HAMILTON, from opposite 200 Sidney 
to 98 Magazine, ward 4. 
Sidney 

110 113 Brookline 
160 161 Pearl 

174 Magazine 

HAMMOND, from 50 Oxford to 5 Car- 
ver, ward 1. 
Oxford 
39 Gorham 
71 Howland 

111 Carver 

HAMPSHIRE, from 173 Broadway to 
Somerville line, ward 2. 
2 1 Broadway 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



73 



30 


29 


Portland 





49 


Webster avenue 


42 




Davis 


62 


63 


Clark 


74 


73 


Bristol 




81 


Portsmouth 


90 


91 
91 


Plymouth 
Winsor 


102 


101 


Union 


116 


119 


Columbia 


128 


131 


Elm 


142 


145 


Norfolk 


154 


155 


Tremont 


162 




Murdock 


174 
190 
212 


175 
189 

195 


Prospect 
Hampshire place 
Amory 

Hampshire court 
Inman 





258 


215 


257 


Inman square 
Cambridge 
Somerville line 



HARRIS, from 64 Frost to Somerville 
line, ward 5. 
Frost 

Oxford 

55 Thornton terrace 

69 Somerville line 

HARRIS PLACE, from Harris, at Som- 
erville line, to Eustis, ward 5. 

HARRISON, from 659 Main to 70 
Washington, ward 2. 

1 2 Main 
13 14 School 

27 28 Washington 

HARRISON AVENUE, from Columbus 
avenue to Whittemore ave. ward 5. 



HAMPSHIRE COURT, from 195 
Hampshire to 1318 Cambridge. 

HAMPSHIRE PLACE, from 189 Hamp- 
shire. 

HANCOCK, from 74 Kinnaird to 384 
Broadway, ward 2. 
Kinnaird 
14 Franklin 
37 38 Green 

Mass. avenue 
81 Centre 

130 Hancock place 

Harvard 
Chatham 

162 Hancock park 
183 176 Broadway 

HANCOCK PARK, from 162 Hancock, 
ward 2. 

HANCOCK PLACE, from 130 Hancock, 
ward 2. 

HARDING, from 825 Cambridge to 
Somerville line, ward 2. 

1 2 Cambridge 
22 Jefferson 
44 Porter 

51 50 Somerville line 
HARDWICK, from Portland to Berk- 
shire. 

HAROLD PLACE, from 3 Cherry, 
ward 4. 

HARRINGTON PLACE, from 137 
Washington. 



HARVARD, from 413 Main to Mass 


ave 
2 


.at Quincy square, wards 2 and 1 
1 Main 




23 Harvard place 


58 


Munson 


76a 
106 


73 Brewery 
91 Gray place 
Portland 




123 Davis 


140 


139a Moore 


152 


151 Clark 


166 


169 Winsor 


176 

188 


Cherry 
Pine 




183 Boardman 


194 


197 Columbia 




211 Elm 




223 Norfolk 


238 


Essex 




249 Common 



276 


Prospect 
277 Inman 


280 


Bigelow 


290 


Clinton 


298 


299 Lee 


314 


Hancock 


344 


Dana 


380 


353 Ellery 
369 Trowbridge 
Remington 
385 Ware 




391 Prescott 




Quincy 





Quincy square 



HARVARD PLACE, from 23 Harvard, 
ward 2. 

HARVARD ROW, ward 1, changed to 
Mass. avenue. 

HARVARD SQUARE, junc. Peabody, 
Mass. avenue, Boylston and Brattle, 
ward 1. 



74 



STREETS, COUETS, AVENUES, ETC. 



HARVEY, from 7 Cedar to beyond 
Clifton, ward 5. 

Cedar 

8 Wilbur 

15 Wesley avenue 
20 Reed 

30 Montgomery 

40 Clay 

52 Jackson 

64 Clifton 

HASKELL, from 2224 Mass. avenue to 
23 Rindge avenue, ward 5. 

HASTINGS, from B. & A. R. R. to op- 
posite 55 Moore, ward 2. 

B. & A. R. R. 
10 Munson 
52 51 Brewery 
102 Portland 
162 163 Moore 

HASTINGS AVENUE, from Phillips 
place, north, ward 1. 

HASTINGS SQUARE, Brookline, be- 
tween Chestnut and Henry, ward 4. 

HAWTHORN, from 96 Brattle to 167 
Mt. Auburn, ward 1. 
2 Brattle 
18 Acacia 

48 Mt. Auburn 

HAWTHORNE AVENUE, from 225 
Brattle to Huron avenue, ward 1. 

HAYES, from 90 Putnam avenue to 75 
Howard, ward 4. 

HEALEY, from 21 Parker to 56 Buck- 
ingham, ward 1. 

HENDERSON COURT, from 8 Day, 
ward 5. 

HENRY, from 90 Waverly to 322 Pearl, 
ward 4. 
Waverly 
Sidney 
80 75 Brookline 
91 Hastings square 
100 Rockingham 

110 109 Pearl 

HEWS, from 305 Western avenue to 

Gregg, ward 4. 
HIGH, from opposite 124 Holworthy 

to Park avenue, ward 1. 

HIGHLAND, from 69 Sparks to Reser- 
voir, ward 1. 
Sparks 
Appleton 
Reservoir 



HIGHLAND AVENUE, from 393 
Broadway to 1500 Cambridge, ward 
2. 
Broadway 
Greenough avenue 

50 Highland park 
Cambridge 

HIGHLAND PARK, from 50 Highland 
avenue, ward 2. 

HILLIARD, from 60 Brattle to 133 Mt. 
Auburn, ward 1. 
2 1 Brattle 

15 Hilliard place 
Mt. Auburn 

HILLIARD PLACE, from 15 Hilliard, 
ward 1. 

HILLSIDE AVENUE, from 49 Wash- 
ington ave. to opp. 63 Avon Hill, 
ward 5. 

HILLSIDE PLACE, from 96 Avon Hill, 
ward 5. 

HILTON PLACE, from 79 Murray, 
ward 1. 

HOLDEN, from Kirkland, opposite 
Baldwin, to Scott, ward 1. 

HOLLIS, from 2280 Mass. avenue to 37 
Rindge avenue, ward 5. 

HOLLY, from 12 Clark to Brooks, 
ward 4. 

HOLLY AVENUE, from opposite 16 
Madison to opp. 373 Huron ave. 
ward 5. 

HOLMES, from opp. 108 Holworthy 
to Park avenue, ward 1. 

HOLMES PLACE, from 1509 Mass. ave. 
to Kirkland, ward 1. 

HOLWORTHY, from Belmont at F. R. 
R. bridge, north, to beyond Fresh 
Pond drive, ward 1. 

Belmont 
28 Spruce avenue 

49 Holworthy place 
Park avenue 
Holmes 
127 High 
128 Locust 

Fresh Pond drive 

HOLWORTHY PLACE, from 49 Hol- 
worthy, ward 1. 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



75 



HOLYOKE, from 1328 Mass. avenue to 
Mill, ward 1. 
2 1 Mass. avenue 

26 Mt. Auburn 
30 Holyoke place 

33 Winthrop 
50 Mill 

HOLYOKE PLACE, from 64 Mt. Au- 
burn to 30 Holyoke, ward 1. 

HOUGHTON, from 385 Prospect, at 
Somerville line, ward 2. 

HOVEY AVENUE, from 1591 Cam- 
bridge towards Magnolia avenue, 
ward 1. 

HOWARD, from 183 River to 85 Kin- 
naird, ward 4. 
River 

27 26 Western avenue 
47 Grigg 

75 Hayes 

Kinnaird 

HOWLAND, from 71 Hammond to 72 
Wendell, ward 1. 

HUBBARD AVENUE, from 77 Walden 
to Raymond, ward 5. 

HUBBARD PARK, Brattle, between 
Sparks and Lowell, ward 1. 

HUDSON, from 1668 Mass. avenue to 
Hudson place, ward 5. 
Mass. avenue 
Bowdoin 
27 Wright 
35 Hudson place 

HUDSON PLACE, from 35 Hudson, 
ward 5. 

HUMBOLDT, from 7 Linnaean to 18 
Lancaster, ward 5. 

HUNTING, from 857 Cambridge to 
Somerville line, ward 2. 

HURLBUT, from opposite 16 Martin to 
Linnaean, ward 5. 

HURON AVENUE, from 1868 Mass. 
avenue, across Concord avenue and 
Lake View avenue to Concord ave- 
nue, opp. Wellington, at Belmont 
line, wards 1 and 5. 
Mass. avenue 

51 Richdale avenue 
Mt. Vernon 

82 Walnut avenue 

109 Buena Vista park 
118 Washington avenue 





139 


Mt. Pleasant 


160 




Avon Hill 




157 


Vincent 




169 


Whittier 








Raymond 


286 




Wyeth 







Cutler avenue 







Sherman 





341 


Garden 




355 


Oliver 




375 


Tuttle 







Holly avenue 








Concord avenue 


442 




Sparks street place 


444 




Sparks 








Appleton 







Vassal lane 







Walden 







Reservoir 





579 


Fayerweather 







Chilton 







Standish 








Lake View avenue 








Lexington avenue 







Hawthorn avenue 








Larch 








Fresh Pond lane 







Aberdeen avenue 








Fitchbnrg R. R. 







Park avenue 







Holworthy 







Cushing 








Concord avenue 


HUTCHINSON, from 187 Appleton, 


ward 1. 




INMAN, 


from 769 Mass. avenue to 214 


Ha 


mpshire, ward 2. 








Mass. avenue 




16 


Austin 


43 





Harvard 







West 


57 




Inman place 








Broadway 




84 


Summer 


133 


134 


Hampshire 








Inman square 



INMAN PLACE, from 57 Inman to 
Derby lane, ward 2. 
Inman 
West street place 
Derby lane 
INMAN SQUARE, junction Inman, 
Hampshire, Cambridge, Springfield, 
ward 2. 

IRVING, from 455 Broadway to Som- 
erville line, ward 1. 
Broadway 
Cambridge 
23 Irving terrace 



76 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



IRVING— Cont. 

Ashton place 

52 Kirkland 

Scott 
Somerville line 

IRVING TERRACE, from 23 Irving to 
10 Summer, ward 1. 

JACKSON, from 103 Rindge avenue to 
52 Harvey, ward 5. 
Rindge avenue 
Dudley 

Harvey 

JAMES, from 79 Brattle to 12 Mason, 
ward 1. 

JARVIS, from 1569 Mass. avenue to 31 
Oxford, ward 1. 

JAY, from 153 River to 63 Kinnaird, 
ward 4. 

1 2 River 

26 Jay street place 
19 20 Western avenue 
Kinnaird 

JAY STREET PLACE, from 26 Jay, 
ward 4. 

JEFFERSON, from 27 Warren to 22 
Harding, ward 2. 

2 1 Warren 
12 Marion 
48 49 Harding 

JENNINGS COURT, from 396 Mass. 
avenue, south, ward 4. 

JORDAN PLACE, from 134 Broadway, 
ward 2. 

KENDALL SQUARE, junction Main, 
Broadway and Third, ward 2. 

KENNEDY AVENUE, from 159 Brat- 
tle, ward 1. 

KEN WAY, from Doane to Gibson, 
ward 1. 

KIDDER, from 2161 Mass. avenue to 
Somerville line, ward 5. 

KILDARE, changed to Fenno. 
Garden 
Sherman 

KIMBALL AVENUE, from Columbus 
avenue to Whittemore ave. ward 5. 

KING, from 46 Walden, ward 5. 

KING PLACE, from 41 Amory, ward 2. 



KINGSLEY PARK, off Fresh Pond 
drive, ward 1. 

KINNAIRD, from 123 River to 70 Put- 
nam avenue, ward 4. 
River 

17 18 Western avenue 
Jay 

70 Hancock 
81 Howard 

86 Bay 
Putnam avenue 

KIRKLAND, from 1475 Mass. avenue 
to Somerville line, ward 1. 
Mass. avenue 
Cambridge 
Holmes place 

Peabody 
13 Oxford 

23 Frisbie place 

Quincy 
25 Divinity avenue 

35 Kirkland place 
38 Summer 

43 Francis avenue 

56 Irving 

Trowbridge 
78 Baldwin 
Holden 

Myrtle avenue 
90 Somerville line 

KIRKLAND PLACE, from 35 Kirk- 
land, ward 1. 

LAFAYETTE SQUARE, Main, junc- 
tion Columbia and Mass. avenue, 
ward 4. 

LAKE, from 169 Pearl to 76 Magazine, 
ward 4. 
Pearl 
17 Niagara 
Magazine 

LAKE VIEW AVENUE, from 195 Brat- 
tle to Fresh Pond avenue, ward 1. 

LAMBERT, from 365 Cambridge to 
Gore, ward 3. 

LAMONT AVENUE, from 11 Magnolia, 
south, ward 1. 

LAMSON PLACE, from 42 Essex, ward 
2. 

LANCASTER, from 1768 Mass. avenue 
to opp. 49 Washington ave. ward 5. 
Mass. avenue 

18 Humboldt 
30 Agassiz 

36 Washington avenue 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



77 



LANGDON, from 1626 Mass. avenue to \ 
9 Chauncy, ward 1. 
Mass. avenue 
15 Rutland 
51 Lang-don square 
Chauncy 

LANGDON SQUARE, from 51 Lang- 
don, ward 1. 

LANSDOWNE, from Mass. avenue, 
opp. Village, southerly, to Pacific, 
between Blanche and Goife. 
Mass. avenue 

Green 
Eranklin 
Auburn 
Pilgrim 
Pacific 

LARCH, from Brattle, west of Haw- 
thorne avenue, to Fresh Pond lane, 
ward 1. 

LAUREL, from 73 Pleasant to 210 
River, ward 1. 

LAWN, from 104 dishing to Belmont 
line, ward 1. 

LAWRENCE, from 145 Pearl to 66 
Magazine, ward 4. 

Pearl 
1 6 Niagara 

Magazine 

LECHMERE PLACE, from 4S North, 
ward 3. 

LECHMERE SQUARE, Bridge, junc- 
tion Cambridge, ward 3. 
LEE, from 870 Mass. avenue to 372 
Broadwa}', ward 2. 
2 Mass. avenue 
Harvard 
46 West 

Broadway 

LEIGHTON COURT, from 26 East, 
ward 3. 

LEONARD AVENUE, from 1531 Cam- 
bridge to Line, at Somerville line, 
ward 1. 

1 2 Cambridge 
25 26 Line 

LEXINGTON, from 2578 Mass. avenue 
to Whittemore avenue, ward 5. 

LEXINGTON AVENUE, from 209 
Brattle to junction Lake View ave- 
nue and Fresh Pond, avenue, ward 1. 



LILAC COURT, from 129 Portland, 
ward 2. 

LINCOLN, from W 7 illow, opp. Cam- 
bridge Field, to 200 Elm, ward 5. 

2 1 Willow 
30 29 Webster avenue 
32 31 Winsor 

43 Lincoln court 
46 Union 

68 69 Columbia 
100 101 Elm 

LINCOLN PLACE, from 43 Lincoln, 
ward 2. 

LINDEN, from 1290 Mass. avenue to 
61 Mt. Aii burn, ward 1. 

LINE, from 90 Kirkland to 1445 Cam- 
bridge, wards 1 and 2. 
30 Kirkland 

Magnolia avenue 
Leonard avenue 
Cambridge 

LINEHAN COURT, from 13 Third, 
ward 3. 

LINNAEAN, from 1740 Mass. avenue 
to 63 Garden, ward 5. 
Mass. avenue 
6 Potter park 

7 Humboldt 
12 Hurlbut 

15 Agassiz 
22 Bowdoin 

Washington avenue 
30 Gray 

38 Avon 

Walker 

39 Avon Hill 
49 Raymond 
Garden 

LINWOOD PLACE, from 263y 2 Broad- 
way, ward 2. 

LOCKE, from 17 Meacham, at Somer- 
ville line, to beyond Frank, ward 5. 
Meacham 
Woodbridge 

Frank 

LOCUST, from 128 Holworthy to 111 
Cushing, ward 1. 

LONGFELLOW PARK, Brattle, be- 
tween Hawthorn and Willard, wd. 1. 
1. 

LOPEZ, from 107 Brookline to 114 
Pearl, ward 4. 



78 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



LOUGHREY AVENUE, from Pioneer 
to 28 Pelham, ward 2. 

LOWELL, from 156 Brattle to 271 Mt. 
Auburn, ward 1. 

Brattle 
14 Foster 

Mt. Auburn 

LOWLAND AVENUE, from 40 Spring, 
ward 3. 

LYMAN, from Murray, west, ward 1. 

MADISON, from 65 Concord avenue to 
90 Garden, ward 5. 
Concord avenue 
Holly avenue 

Garden 

MADISON AVENUE, from Columbus 
avenue to Whittemore ave. ward 5. 

MAGAZINE, from Central square, 
south, to the Charles river, ward 4. 
Central square 
Green 
12 Franklin 
21 Auburn 
William 
34 Cottage 
52 Perry 

55 Upton 
66 Lawrence 

Dana square 

69 Warland 
76 Lake 

81 Park 
84 Erie 

91 Fairmont 
98 Hamilton 

99 Prince 
114 Allston 

118 Bailey place 

117 Magazine court 
128 127 Putnam avenue 
140 139 Chestnut 
152 Tufts 

149 Florence 
170 Glenwood avenue 

181 Granite 
Charles River 

MAGAZINE COURT, from 117 Maga- 
zine to 12 Walnut court, ward 4. 

MAGEE, from 116 Putnam avenue to 
Grigg, ward 4. 

MAGNOLIA AVENUE, from 36% 
Baldwin to 49 Line, at Somerville 
line. 
2 9 Baldwin 

11 Lamont avenue 



Myrtle avenue 

62 Line, at Somerville line 

MAIN, from West Boston bridge to 
Columbia and 401 Mass. ave. ward 2. 
West Boston bridge 
First 
177 Baldwin place 
181 Broad wav 
Third 
312 309 Pioneer 
360 Deacon 

357 Pelham 
413 Harvard 
Sixth 
505 B. & A. R. R. 
533 Washington 
538 Albany 

565 Brewery 
624 619 Portland 
659 Harrison 
687 Moore 
695 Brooks 
708 Osborn 

733 Clark 
770 773 W r insor 
805 Cherry 
833 Austin 
907 Columbia 
Lafayette square 

907 Mass. avenue 

MAPLE AVENUE, from 381 Broad- 
way to 1460 Cambridge, ward 2. 

MAPLE PLACE, from 7 Winter, wd. 3. 

MARION, from 731 Cambridge to 12 
Jefferson, ward 2. 

MARKET, from 205 Broadway to 92 
Elm, ward 2. 
Broadway 
8% 9 Clark 
' 17 Bristol 
24 27 Winsor 

35 Union 
52 51 Columbia 
61 Elm 

MARNEY, from 247 Portland to 94 
Berkshire, ward 2. 

MARTIN, from 1702 Mass. ave. to 8 
Avon, ward 5. 
2 1 Mass. avenue 

Hurlbut 
20 31 Bowdoin 
52 Wright 

51 Gray 
54 Norton place 

Avon 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



79 



MARVIN PLACE, from 108 Columbia, 
ward 2. 

MASON, from 85 Brattle to 11 Garden, 
ward 1. 
Brattle 

9 Phillips place 
12 James 

Garden 

MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, from 
Harvard bridge, across Main to Ar- 
lington line, wards 2, 4, 1, 5. 
Harvard bridge 
B. & A. R. R. 
167 Albany 
Smart 
Goff 

223 Winsor 
Lansdowne 

279 Village 
323 State 
334 Blanche 

346 Front street court 

358 Sidney 

396 Jennings court 

Lafayette square 
401 Columbia 
449 Coolidge place 
467 Douglass 
476 Brookline 

531 Norfolk 
564 Pearl 

605 Essex 
636 649 Central square 
Magazine 

655 Prospect 
697 Temple 
750 Pleasant 

765 Inman 
821 Bigelow 
834 Vernon 

847 Clinton 
879 Lee 

897 Arnold Circle 
910 907 Hancock 
960 Bay 

975 Dana 
1011 Ellery 
1051 Trowbridge 
1052 Putnam avenue 

1058 Mt. Auburn 

1115 Remington 
1134 Arrow 

1222 Bow 

Quincy square 
1258 Plympton 

1290 Linden 

1238 Holyoke 

1362 Dunster 

Peabody 
1390 Boylston 



1394 Brattle 

Harvard square 
1444 Church 

Garden 

Cambridge Common 

Waterhouse 

1475 Cambridge 
1499 Kirkland 
1509 Holmes place 
1569 Jarvis 
"Waterhouse 

1600 Chauncy 

1603 Everett 
1626 Lang-don 

1627 Mellen 
1653 Wendell 
1664 Shepard 

1668 Hudson 

1679 Sacramento 
1702 Martin 

1713 Garfield 
1740 Linnaean 

1759 Forest 
1768 Lancaster 

1791 Frost terrace 
1794 Arlington 

1805 Roseland 
1826 Mt. Vernon 

1843 Brackett place 
1868 Huron avenue 

1876 1867 Fitchburg R. R. 
1920 Porter road 

1925 Davenport 
1970 Mass. avenue 

1957 Allen 
1981 Beech 
2006 Regent 

2030 Creighton 

2033 Blake 
2059 Hadlev 
2078 Walden 

2109 Russell 
2161 Kidder 
2174 Rindge avenue 

2224 Haskell 

2187 Chester 
2280 Hollis 

2235 Day 
2263 Dover 
2291 Meacham 
2325 Woodbridge 
2343 Frank 
2304 Rice 

2336 Norris 

2366 Dudlev 

2409 Cameron 
2422 Cedar 

B. & M. R. R. 
2483 Washburn avenue 
2505 Clarendon avenue 
2510 Cottage Park avenue 

2529 Tannery 



80 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE— Cont. 
2542 Brookford 

2571 Newman 
2578 Lexington 

2585 Gladstone 
2596 Columbus avenue 

Alewife Brook, Arlington 
line 

MAY, from Lawn, 'north, to beyond 
Vineyard, ward 1. 

MAYNARD PLACE, from 259 Mt. Au- 
burn, ward 1. 

McDONALD, changed to Aberdeen 
avenue, ward 1. 

McDONNELL COURT, from 29 Reed, 
ward 5. 

McLEAN PLACE, from 35 Cedar, 
ward 5. 

MEACHAM, from 2291 Mass. avenue 
to Somerville line, ward 5. 

MEAD, from 41 Walden to 40 Cogs- 
well avenue, ward 5. 
Walden 

11 Cogswell place 
Cogswell avenue 

MECHANIC SQUARE, junction Broad- 
way and Hampshire, ward 2. 

MELLEN, from 1627 Mass. avenue to 
53 Oxford, ward 1. 

MERCER CIRCLE, from 134 Brattle to 
Sparks, ward 1. 

MIDDLESEX, from 156 Rindge avenue 
to Railroad, ward 5. 

Rindge avenue 
24 Wilson avenue 

64 Van Norden 

70 Railroad 

MIFFLIN PLACE, from 119 Mt. Au- 
burn, "ward 1. 

MILL, from 25 DeWolfe to 50 Hol- 
yoke, ward 1. 
1 DeWolfe 

Plympton 
32 33 Holyoke 

MILLER AVENUE, from 57 Orchard 
to 180 Elm, N. C. ward 5. 

MONTGOMERY, from 77 Rindge ave. 
to 30 Harvey, ward 5. 

1 2 Rindge avenue 
11 Frances place 



17 


Olive place 





32 Dudley 




42 Regent 


45 


George 





Harvey 



MOORE, from 687 Main to 212 Broad- 
way, wards 2 and 4. 

1 2 Main 
15 16 School 

37 Grotto place 

27 Myrtle place 

Washington 
54 Hastings 

79 78 Harvard 

95 96 Dickinson 
101 102 Broadway 

Mt. AUBURN, from Quincy square, at 
1058 Mass. avenue, to Watertown 
line, ward 1. 
Quincy square 

2 Putnam avenue 
10 Banks 

22 Athens 

36 DeWolfe 

50 55 Plympton 

59 Bow 

61 Linden 
64 Holyoke place 

74 73 Holyoke 

80 81 Dunster 

96 93 Boylston 

Winthrop square 

99 Cumnock place 
Eliot square 
119 Mifflin place 
125 Story 
128 Nutting place 

132 Mt, Auburn place 

133 Hilliard 
134 Revere 

140 Gerry 

146 Brewer 

154 151 Ash 
158 Bath 

167 Hawthorn 

Charles River Parkway 
Longfellow Park 
183 Willard 
207 Bradbury 
Willis court 

410 Coolidge avenue 

237 Sparks 
245 Camden place 
259 Maynard place 
263 Gibson 
271 Lowell 
Channing 
Elmwood 
Elmwood avenue 
653 Ashburn place 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



81 



Fitchburg R. R. 

Belmont, Watertown line 

MT. AUBURN PLACE, from 132 Mt. 
Auburn, ward 1. 

MT. PLEASANT, from 137 Huron 
avenue to opp. 77 Walden, ward 5. 

MT. VERNON, from 182G Mass. avenue 
to opp. 55 Huron avenue, ward 5. 

MULLENS COURT, from 16 Winter, 
ward 3. 

M UN ROE, from First to Sixth, wd. 3. 

. First 
Second 
Third 
Emery court 

Fifth 
Sixth 

MUNSON, from 5a Washington to 58 
Harvard, ward 2. 

MURDOCK, from 162 Hampshire to 7 
Gardner, ward 2. 

MURRAY, from Eliot square to 
Charles River Parkway, ward 1. 
Eliot square 
Bennett 
Lyman 
Dwight 
79 Hilton place 
Charles River Parkway 

MUSEUM, from 2 Gorham to Somer- 
ville line, ward 1. 
Gorham 
Carver 
111 Somerville line 

MYRTLE AVENUE, from Magnolia 
avenue to Kirkland, ward 1. 

MYRTLE PLACE, from 33 Moore, 
ward 4. 

NEAL, from 43 Jackson westerly, 
ward 5. 

NEW, from Concord avenue, next F. 
R. R. ward 5. 

NEWMAN, from 2571 Mass. avenue to 
Bismarck, ward 5. 

NEW OXFORD, from 51 Plymouth to 
York 

NEWTON, from 163 Chestnut to 465 
Putnam avenue, ward 4. 

NIAGARA., from 16 Lawrence to 17 
Lake, ward 4. 



NICHOLS PLACE, from 21 Baldwin, 
ward 1. 



NINTH, from 638 Cambridge to Pot- 


ter, 


ward 3. 





Cambridge 





14 Otis 


46 


51 Thorndike 


64 


Spring 





Vine 





Charles 





Bent 





Rogers 





Binney 





Potter 



NORFOLK, from 531 Mass. avenue to 
Somerville line, wards 4 and 2. 
Mass avenue 
Austin 
62 Washington 
79 Norfolk place 

90 Suffolk 
Worcester 
Harvard 

164 Norfolk court 
Broadway park 
Broadway 
270 Hampshire 







269 

353 

413 



354 Cambridge 
414 Somerville line 



NORFOLK COURT, from 164 Norfolk 
to 11 Elm, ward 2. 

NORFOLK PLACE, from 37 Norfolk. 

NORRIS, from 2336 Mass. avenue to 50 
Cedar, ward 5. 

NORTH, from 23 Water to 16 East, 
ward 3. 

Water 
42 Short 

48 Lechmere place 

East 

NORTON PLACE, from 54 Martin, 
ward 5. 

NUTTING PLACE, from 12S Mt. Au- 
burn, ward 1. 

OAK, from 1309 Cambridge to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2. 

OAK CIRCLE, from 1295 Cambridge, 
ward 2. 

OLIVE PLACE, from 15 Montgomery, 
ward 5. 

OLIVER, from 355 Huron avenue, 
ward 5. 

ONLEY AVENUE, from 40 Ri ridge 
avenue, ward 5. 



82 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



ORCHARD, from 35 Davenport to Rus- 
sell, at Somerville line, ward 5. 
1 Davenport 
Allen 
25 Beech 
Blake 
57 Miller avenue 
65 Tenney 
83 Russell, at Somerville line 



q 

IS 



50 







ORRIN, from 124 Garden, ward 5. 

OSBORN, from 708 Main to Mass. 
avenue, ward 4. 
Main 
15 State 
Portland 
Mass. avenue 

OTIS, from First, across Ninth, to B. 
& A. R. R. ward 3. 






First 





Second 





55 Third 


82 


79 Fourth 


110 


113 Fifth 


140 


145 Sixth 





155 Seventh 





177 Eighth 


186 


Ninth 




179 Parnell 





B. & A. 



R. R. 



OTTER, from 24 Cowperthwaite to 72 
DeWolf, ward 1. 

OXFORD, 13 Kirkland to Somerville 
line, wards 1 and 5. 




31 
45 



69 





111 

121 



139 



Kirkland 
Jarvis 
Everett 
Hammond 

Mellen 
54 Wendell 
84 Sacramento 
96 Crescent 
112 Eustis 

Garfield 
122 Harris 
130 Forest 
134 Somerville line 



OXFORD AVENUE, from Fairview 
avenue to Belmont line, ward 1. 

PACIFIC, from Albany, east, to 124 
Brookline, ward 4. 

PALERMO, from Willow to 454 Win- 
sor, ward 2. 

PALMER, from S Brattle to 28 Church, 
ward 1. 



PARK, from 81 Magazine to 82 Pleas- 
ant, ward 4. 

PARK AVENUE, from opp. 84 Hol- 
worthy to Huron avenue, ward 1. 
Holworthy 
Holmes 

High 

Huron avenue 

PARKER, from 40 Concord avenue to 
14 Buckingham, ward 1. 
Concord avenue 

21 Healey 
Buckingham 

PARNELL, from 660 Cambridge to 
Otis, ward 3. 

PEABODY, from Harvard square to 
Kirkland, ward 1. 

PEARL, from 566 Mass. avenue to the 
Charles River, ward 4. 



2 


1 


Mass. avenue 


24 


25 


Green 


48 


45 


Franklin 


68 


65 


Auburn 




85 


William 


92 




Watson 




101 


Cottage 


114 
132 


125 


Lopez 
Perry. 
Decatur 


156 




Valentine 




145 


Lawrence 




169 


Lake 


190 


189 


Erie 


208 


209 


Hamilton 


236 


231 


Allston 


264 


263 


Putnam avenue 


292 


291 


Chestnut 




309 


Tufts 


314 




Pearl street place 


322 


333 


Henry 
Glenwood avenue 




353 


Granite 








Charles River Parkway 



PEARL STREET PLACE, from 314 



Pearl, ward 4. 



PELHAM, from 70 Broadway to 357 
Main, ward 1. 

PEMBERTON, from 6 Rindge avenue 
to beyond Fairfield, ward 5. 

Rindge avenue 
64 Fairfield 

PERCY PLACE, from 38 Essex, wd. 2. 
PERRY, from 125 Pearl to 52 Maga- 
zine, ward 4. 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



83 



PETERS, from 572 Putnam avenue to 
64 Allston, ward 4. 

PETTENGILL COURT, from 58 Sec- 
ond, ward 3. 

PHILLIPS PLACE, from Mason to 18 
Garden, ward 1. 
Mason 

Hastings avenue 
Berkeley 

Garden 

PILGRIM, from Landsdowne to 84 
Brookline, ward 4. 
Landsdowne 

Sidney 

PINE, from 87 School to 190 Harvard, 
wards 4 and 2. 

1 2 School 
34 Eaton 

61 60 Washington 
157 156 Harvard 

PIONEER, from 52 Broadway, across 
Main, to Deacon, ward 2. 

Broadway 
10 9 Pioneer avenue 

Loug'hrey avenue 

Main 

Deacon 

PIONEER AVENUE, from 32 Broad- 
way to 5 Pelham, ward 2. 

Broadway 
30 31 Pioneer 
50 51 Pelham 



PLEASANT, from 750 Mass. 


avenue to 


23 


Florence, ward 4. 










Mass. avenue 




10 


9 


Green 




18 


17 


Franklin 




22 


19 


Western avenue 




24 




Auburn 




40 


43 


River 




48 




Pleasant place 




54 




Upton 




68 




Warland 






73 


Laurel 




82 




Park 






85 


Rockwell 




98 





Fairmount 




110 




Prince 




126 


125 


Somerset 




148 


147 


Putnam avenue 









Chestnut 




176 




Florence 





PLEASANT PLACE, from 54 Pleasant, 
ward 4. 



PLYMOUTH, from 185 Portland to 91 
Hampshire, ward 2. 
2 1 Portland 

24 23 Berkshire 
51 New Oxford 

52 57 Webster avenue 
90 93 Winsor 
95 Hampshire 

PLYMPTON, from 1260 Mass. avenue 
to 11 Dyke, ward 1. 
Mass. avenue 
Bow 
Mt. Auburn 

55 Plympton place 

58 Mill 
110 Dyke 

PLYMPTON PLACE, from 55 Plymp- 
ton, ward 1. 

POND PLACE, from 238 Putnam ave- 
nue, ward 4. 

PORTER, from 41 Warren to 44 Hard- 
ing, ward 2. 
2 1 Warren 
19 Bedford 
80 81 Harding 

PORTER ROAD, from 1920 Mass. ave- 
nue to 1970 do. ward 5. 

PORTLAND, from Albany across Main 
to opposite 712 Cambridge, wards 4 
and 2. 
Albany 
4 Main " 

12 Rogers court 
13 School 

25 28 Washington 
37 38 Hastings 

59 54 Harvard 
101 102 Broadway 
109 108 Hampshire 
129 Lilac court 
159 Bristol 

160 Binney 

169 Berkshire place 

185 Plymouth 

191 Vandine 

201 York 

247 Marney 

315 316 Cambridge 

PORTSMOUTH, from 80 Webster ave- 
nue to 81 Hampshire. 

POTTER, from Third to B. & A. R. R. 
ward 3. 
Third 
Fifth 
Sixth 
Ninth 



84 



STREETS, COURTS, A VENUES, ETC. 



POTTER PARK, from 6 Linnaean, 
ward 5. 

PRENTISS PLACE, from 65 Frost, 
ward 5. 

PRESCOTT, from 391 Harvard to 1738 
Cambridge, ward 1. 
Harvard 
Broadway 
Cambridge 

PRINCE, from 99 Magazine to 110 
Pleasant, ward 4. 

PRISON POINT, from Bridge, near 
Craigie bridge, north, to Charles- 
town line, ward 3. 

PROSPECT, from 655 Mass. avenue, 
across Cambridge, to Somerville line, 
ward 2. 

Mass. avenue 
51 Austin 
124 Harvard 
160 Broadway 
213 Summer 

222 Gardner 
275 270 Hampshire 

294 Carlisle 
327 328 Cambridge 
365 Clary 

385 Houghton 

PUTNAM AVENUE, from 1052 Mass. 
avenue to Waverly, wards 4 and 1. 
Mass. avenue 

5 Mt. Auburn 
22 27 Green 

39 Surrey 
42 Franklin 

66 Kinnaird 

75 Flagg 
90 Hayes 

98 Hayes court 

116 Magee 

152 Grigg 

169 Sands 
189 Western avenue 
222 Ballord place 

238 Pond place 

279 River 
Somerset 

386 385 Pleasant 

403 Whitney avenue 
413 Newton 
414 Walnut court 

456 461 Magazine 
492 Pearl 
515 Acorn 
522 Westacott court 

556 Brookline 
572 Peters 



577 Putnam court 
602 Sidney 

Grove avenue 

636 Waverly 

PUTNAM COURT, from 577 Putnam 
avenue, ward 4. 

PUTNAM SQUARE, junction Putnam 
avenue, Mt. Auburn and Trow- 
bridge, ward 1. 

QUINCY, from Quincy square to 28 
Kirkland, ward 1. 

Quincy square 
37 36 Broadway 
Cambridge 

Kirkland 

QUINCY SQUARE, junction Mass. ave- 
nue, Harvard and Quincy, at Beck 
Hall, ward 1. 

RAILROAD, from opposite 149 Sher- 
man, to Rindge park, ward 5. 

1 Sherman 
17 Sargent 

Middlesex 

Rindge park 

RAYMOND, from 49 Linnaean to 
Fitchburg R. R. ward 5. 
Linnaean 
Bates 
84 Wyeth 

90 87 Bellevue avenue 
106 Huron avenue 
Walden 

Hubbard avenue 
Crescent avenue 
F. R. R. 

REARDON, from Waverly, east, to B. 
& A. R. R. ward 4. 

REED, from 67 Rindge avenue to 20 
Harvey, ward 5. 

Rindge avenue 
29 McDonnell court 

33 Dudley 
41 Reed street court. 

53 58 Harvey 

REED STREET COURT, from 41 Reed, 
ward 5. 

REGENT, from 2006 Mass. avenue to 
Fitchburg R. R. 

REMINGTON, from 1115 Mass. avenue 
to 380 Harvard, ward 1. 

RESERVOIR, from opposite 7 Fayer- 
weather to Huron avenue, ward 1. 
Fayerweather 

Highland 
Huron avenue 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



85 



REVERE, from 134 Mt. Auburn to 8 
Gerry, ward 1. 

RICE, from 2304 Mass. avenue to 59 
Rindge avenue, ward 5. 

RICHDALE AVENUE, from 51 Huron 
avenue to 62 Walden, ward 5. 

RICHDALE COURT, from Rickdale 
avenue, opp. Regent, south, ward 5. 

RIEDESEL AVENUE, from 147 Brat- 
tle to Brewster, ward 1. 

RINDGE PARK, Rindge avenue, be- 
tween Groveland and Onley avenue. 

RINDGE AVENUE, from 2174 Mass. 
avenue to the Fitchburg R. R. ward 
5. 

Mass. avenue 
6 Pemberton 

10 Fairfield 

23 Haskell 
24 Groveland 

27 Rindgefield 
Rindge Park 

37 Hollis 
40 Onley avenue 

59 Rice 
56 Middlesex 

67 Reed 
68 Sargent 

74 Sherman 

77 Montgomery 
93 Clay 
103 Jackson 
115 Clifton 
Fitchburg R. R. 

RINDGEFIELD, from 27 Rindge ave- 
nue, ward 5. 

RIVER, from Central square, west, to 
the Charles river, Brighton line, 
ward 4. 
Central square 
Green 
19 Franklin 
46 49 Auburn 
80 William 

102 Cottage 

102 103 Pleasant ' 
123 Kinnaird 
153 Jay 
183 Howard 
195 Sullivan place 
210 Laurel 

226 Rockwell 

258 Fairmount 

307 Putnam avenue 

325 Blackstone 
Charles River 



RIVERSIDE PLACE, from 375 West- 
ern avenue, ward 1. 

ROCKINGHAM, from 100 Henry to 
the Charles River, ward 4. 

2 1 Henry 
18 Rockingham place 

Charles River 

ROCKINGHAM PLACE, from IS Rock- 
ingham, ward 4. 

ROCKWELL, from 85 Pleasant to 226 
River, ward 4. 

ROGERS, from Ninth to Third, wd. 3. 

ROGERS COURT, from Brewery to 12 
Portland, ward 4. 

ROLAND, from Larch to Fresh Pond 
lane, ward 1. 

ROLLINS COURT, from 16 Watson, 
ward 4. 

ROSELAND, from 1805 Mass. avenue 
to Somerville line, ward 5. 

1 2 Mass. avenue 
Frost 

15 Somerville line 

ROYAL AVENUE, from 92 Concord 
avenue, ward 1. 

RUSSELL, from 2109 Mass. avenue to 
206 Elm, N. C. ward 5. 
2 Mass. avenue 
37 36 Orchard 
Elm 

RUTLAND, from 8 Shepard to Lang- 
don, ward 1. 

SACRAMENTO, from 1679 Mass. ave. 
to Somerville line, wards 5 and 1. 

5 8 Mass. avenue 
25 Sacramento place 

33 Oxford 
Crescent 

70 Carver 
71 74 Somerville line 

SACRAMENTO PLACE, from 25 Sac- 
ramento, ward 5. 

SAGINAW AVENUE, from 130 Elm, 
N. C. to 45 Davenport, ward 5. 

SALEM, from 126 Auburn to 25 Wat- 
son, ward 4. 

SANDS, from 169 Putnam avenue to 
Banks, ward 1. 

2 Putnam avenue 
3 Elmer 

30 Banks 



86 



STREETS, COURTS, EVENUES, ETC. 



SARGENT, from 68 Rindge avenue to 
13 Railroad, ward 5. 

SAVILLE, from 201 Appleton to 390 
Walden, ward 1. 

SCHOOL, from 17 Portland to 23 Aus- 
tin, ward 4. 
2 1 Portland 

24 23 Harrison 
30 31 Moore 
34 Brooks 

35 School street court 
50 49 Clark 
64 63 Winsor 
72 73 Cherry 
85 Pine * 
110 109 Austin 

SCHOOL PLACE, from 35 School, 
ward 4. 

SCOTT, from Irving, junc. Farrar, to 
Somerville line, ward 1. 

SECKLE, from 126 Webster avenue to 
340 Winsor, ward 2. 

SECOND, from 24 Gore to beyond 
Charles, ward 3. 

Gore 
58 Pettengill court 

60 Second street court 

Cambridge 

Otis 
-0 Thorndike 

Spring 

105 Vine 

137 Charles 

SECOND STREET COURT, from 60 
and 64 Second, ward 3. 

SEVEN PINES, from Cameron to 
Washburn. 

SEVENTH, from 153 Gore to south of 
Spring, ward 3. 

Gore . 

5 4 Cambridge 
18 Weitze court 

25 20 Otis 

Thorndike 

SEVENTH STREET COURT, from 

opp. 153 Gore, ward 3. 
SHEPARD, from 1662 Mass. avenue to 
47 Garden, wards 5 and 1. 
2 1 Mass. avenue 
8 Rutland 

25 Avon 
36 Walker 
Garden 



SHERMAN, from Huron avenue, junc. 
Garden to 74 Rindge ave. ward 5. 









Huron avenue 







12 


Garden court 




25 


24 


Kildare 







34 


Wicklow 










Walden 




111 




Bolton 










Fitchburg R. R. 









Railroad 










Rindge avenue 




SHORT, from 145 Bridge 


to 42 North, 


ward 3 






SIBLEY 


COURT, from 


19 Sparks, 


ward 1 


. 




SIDNEY, 


from 358 Mass 


. avenue to 


Henry, 

2 1 


ward 4. 
Mass. avenue 






11 


Green 




34 


31 


Franklin 




64 


59 


Auburn 












Pilgrim 
Pacific 









Hamilton 




210 • 





Allston 










Putnam avenue 




272 





Chestnut 




Henry 
SIXTH, from 144 Gore 


to Harvard, 


junction Main, wards 3 


and 2. 








Gore 




12 


13 


Cambridge 




42 


39 


Otis 




58 


57 


Thorndike 




70 
96 


61 
103 


Spring 
Vine 




106 




Emmet place 







118 


Charles 










Bent 














Rogers 
Binney 
Munroe 










Potter 










Broad canal 






258 



257 


Broadway 
Harvard 




264 


263 


Main 





SMART, from State to Albany, wd. 4. 

SMITH PLACE, from Concord avenue, 

north, near Wellington, ward 5. 
SODEN, from 111 Western avenue to 
150 Franklin, ward 4. 
Western avenue 
12 Soden place 

Franklin 

SODEN PLACE, from 12 Soden, wd. 4. 

SOMERSET, from Putnam avenue, 
across Pleasant to Walnut court, 
ward 4. 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



8' 





36 





1 Putnam avenue 
5 Fairmont avenue 
25 Andrew 
o Pleasant 

Stinson court 
Walnut court 



SOMERVILLE AVENUE, from Somer- 
ville line to Union square, ward 5. 
812 Somerville line 

830 White 
Union square 

SOUTH, from 41 Holyoke to 60 Boyl- 
ston, ward 1. 
2 Holyoke 
10 Dunster 

24 Boylston 

SPARKS, from 237 Mt. Auburn to 444 
Huron avenue, ward 1. 

Mt. Auburn 
16 Bradbury 

19 Sibley court 
26 25 Foster 
Mercer Circle 

Brattle 
61 Brewster 







69 Highland 
Huron avenue 



SPARKS STREET PLACE, from TO 
Concord ave. to 422 Huron ave. wd. 1. 

SPRING, from First to Ninth, ward 3. 

24 Second 

40 Lowland avenue 

50 Third 

82 83 Fourth 

118 117 Fifth 

152 Sixth 

Ninth 

SPRING PLACE, rear 126 and 140 
Spring, ward 3. 

SPRINGFIELD, from 1369 Cambridge 
to Somerville line, ward 2. 

SPRUCE AVENUE, from 28 Hol- 
worthy to Cushing, ward 1. 

SQUIRE'S COURT, from 164 and 168 
Gore, ward 3. 

STANDISH, from Huron avenue to 
Vassal lane, ward 1. 

STATE, from 323 Mass. avenue to Os- 
born, ward 4. 
Mass. avenue 

18 Village 
46 Winsor 
Smart 
81 82 Osborn 



STEARNS, from opp. 140 Garden, next 
Walden, to bey. Sherman, ward 5. 

STEVENS COURT, from 11 Fourth, 
west, ward 3. 

STILES, from 169 Banks, ward 1. 

STINSON COURT, from 36 Somerset, 
ward 4. 

STIRLING TERRACE, from 53 Colum- 
bia. 

STORY, from 48 Brattle to 125 Mt. Au- 
burn, ward 1. 

SUFFOLK, from 97 Columbia to 90 
Norfolk, ward 2. 

SULLIVAN PLACE, from 195 River, 
ward 4. 

SUMMER, from 213 Prospect to 84 
Inman, ward 2. 
2 3 Prospect 
9 Amory 
27 Inman 

SUMNER, from 1717 Cambridge to 40 
Kirkland, ward 1. 
Cambridge 

10 Irving place 
Kirkland 

SURREY, from 39 Putnam avenue to 
opp. 73 Banks, ward 1. 

SYCAMORE, from 18 Walden, ward 5. 

TALBOT, from Waverly, at Fort Wash- 
ington, to B. & A. R. R. ward 4. 

TANNERY, from 2529 Mass. avenue to 
the Almshouse, ward 5. 

TEMPLE, from 697 Mass. avenue to 
134 Austin, ward 2. 

TENNEY, from 65 Orchard to 200 
Elm, N. C. ward 5. 

THIRD, from E. C. depot, B. & M. R. 
R. across Bridge, to 27 Main, wards 
3 and 2. 
Bridge 

13 Linehan court 
22 25 Gore 
48 49 Cambridge 
Otis 
Thorndike 
121 Spring 
130 W r alker place 

164 159 Vine 
194 195 Charles 
235 Bent 



88 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



THIRD— Cunt. 



244 


Cordons court 





Rogers 





Binney 





Munroe 





Potter 





Broad canal 





Third street court 





Broadway 





Main 



THIRD STREET COURT, from Third 
to Broadway, ward 2. 

THORNDIKE, from First, across 



Ninth, 


to B. & A. 


R. 


R. 


ward 3. 








Second 














Third 








83 


90 


Fourth 








117 


118 


Fifth 











150 


Sixth 








161 


160 


Seventh 








171 





Eighth 














Ninth 














B. & A. R. 


R. 







THORNTON TERRACE, from 55 Har- 
ris, ward 5. 



Broadway, 
Somervilie 



TORRINGTO^ PLACE, from 91 Wash- 
ington, ward 2. 

TREMONT, from 303 
across Cambridge, to 
line, ward 2. 

Broadway 
31 Gardner 

49 48 Hampshire 
65 Carlisle 

95 96 Cambridge 
169 170 Sornerviile line 

TROWBRIDGE, from 1051 Mass. ave. 
to Kirkland, ward 1. 
Mass. avenue 
26 Harvard 

Trowbridge place 
46 Trowbridge terrace 
62 Broadway 
Cambridge 
Kirkland 



'27 
39 








from 39 



TROWBRIDGE PLACE, 
Trowbridge, ward 1. 

TROWBRIDGE TERRACE, from 46 
Trowbridge. 

TUDOR PARK, west side, Fresh Pond 
avenue, ward 1. 

TUFTS, from 152 Magazine to 309 
Pearl, ward 4. 



TUTTLE, from 8 Donnell 
Huron avenue, ward 5. 



to 375 



UNION, from 35 Market to 46 Lincoln, 
ward 2. 

1 2 Market 

17 16 Hampshire 
29 Union court 

33 Union place 

61 60 Lincoln 

UNION COURT, from 29 Union, wd. 2. 

UNION PLACE, from 33 Union, wd. 2. 

UNION SQUARE, junction Mass. ave. 
with Somervilie avenue, at White, 
ward 5. 

UPTON, from. 55 Magazine to 54 Pleas- 
ant, ward 4. 

VALENTINE, from 151 Brookline to 
156 Pearl, ward 4. 

2 1 Brookline 

13 Boyson place 
27 Pearl 



VANDINE, from 191 Portland to 
Berkshire, ward 2. 



10 



VAN NORDEN, from 64 Middlesex to 
Rindge Park, ward 5. 

VASSAL LANE, from Huron ave. at 
Appleton, across Walden to Lake 
View avenue, ward 1. 

Huron avenue 

Walden 

Faverweather 

Chilton 

Standish 

' Lake View avenue 

VASSAR, from Mass. avenue, near B. 
& A. R, R. ward 4. 

VERNON, from 834 Mass. avenue to 
opp. 236 Green, ward 4. 

VILLAGE, from 18 State to 279 Mass. 
avenue, ward 4. 

VINCENT, from 157 Huron avenue to 
opp. 101 Walden, ward 5. 

VINE, from First to Ninth, ward 3. 
First 
55 62 Second 
Third 

235 236 Fourth 

291 290 Fifth 

341 346 Sixth 
Ninth 



VINEYARD, from 
May, ward 1. 



136 



Cushing* 



to 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



89 



WALDEN, from 2U7S Mass. avenue to 
Huron avenue, wards 1 and 5. 
Mass. avenue 

18 Sycamore 
34 Cypress 
46 King 

41 Mead 
F. R. R. 

57 Crescent avenue 
62 Richdale avenue 

77 Hiibbard avenue 
Mt. Pleasant 

Vincent 

Whittier 

139 Raymond 
Sherman 

290 Garden 

Concord avenue 
390 Saville 

Vassal lane 
Huron avenue 

WALDEN STREET SQUARE, between 
Raymond and Sherman, ward 5. 

WALKER, from 41 Garden to opp. 49 
Linnaean, ward 1. 
Garden 

15 Walker street place 
Shepard 

53 Wallace terrace 
Linnaean 

WALKER COURT, from 16 Flagg, 
ward 1. 

WALKER PLACE, from 130 Third, 
ward 6. 

WALKER STREET PLACE, from 15 
Walker, ward 1. 

WALLACE, changed to Walker, wd. 1. 

WALLACE TERRACE, from 53 
Walker, ward 1. 

WALNUT AVENUE, from 21 Arling- 
ton to 82 Huron avenue, ward 5. 

WALNUT COURT, from 414 Putnam 
avenue to beyond Somerset, ward 4. 

Putnam avenue 
12 Magazine court 

19 Somerset 

WARE, from 385 Harvard to 462 
Broadway, ward 1. 

WARLAND, from 71 Magazine to 68 
Pleasant, ward 4. 

WARREN, from 697 Cambridge to 
Somerville line, ward 2- 

1 2 Cambridge 



27 Jefferson 

41 Porter 

49 50 Somerville line 

WARREN PLACE, from 35 Banks, 
ward 1. 

WASHBURN AVENUE, from 2483 
Mass. avenue to Somerville line, 
ward 5. 

WASHINGTON, from 533 Main to 62 
Norfolk, wards 4 and 2. 
Main 
3a Munson 
24 25 Brewery 
70 Harrison 

55 57 Portland 
78 79 Moore 
84 87 Clark 

91 Torrington place 
98 97 Winsor 
108 103 Cherry 
112 113 Pine * 

119 Washington court 
123 Columbia 
136a Fisk place 

157 Norfolk 

WASHINGTON AVENUE, from opp. 
26 Linnaean to 118 Huron avenue, 
ward 5. 
Linnaean 
Lancaster 
49 Hillside avenue 

78 Arlington 
114 Huron avenue 

WASHINGTON COURT, from 119 
Washington, ward 2. 

WASHINGTON SQUARE, at Fort 
Washington, Waverly, ward 4. 

WATER, from 185 Bridge to Mystic 
river, ward 3. 
Bridge 
23 North 

Mystic river 

WATERHOUSE, from 17 Garden to 
Mass. ave. at the Common, ward 1. 

1 Garden 

5 Concord avenue 

13 Follen 

Mass. avenue 

WATSON, from 89 Brookline to 92 
Pearl, ward 4. 

2 1 Brookline 

8 Rollins court 

25 Salem 
26 Pearl 



90 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



WAVERLY, from Erie to Henry, ward 

4. 

2 1 Erie 

35 Reardon 
52 Allston 
53 Talbot 
72 Putnam avenue 
78 Chestnut 

90 Henry 

WEBSTER AVENUE, from 49 Hamp- 
shire, across Cambridge, to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2. 
2 1 Hampshire 
36 Clark 

64 63 Bristol 
80 Portsmouth 

100 101 Plymouth 
126 Seckle 

135 York 
139 Willow 
184 185 Lincoln 
200 201 Winsor 
260 261 Cambridge 
286 285 Columbia 
320 Elm 

338 337 Somerville line 

WEITZE COURT, from 17 Seventh, 
ward 3. 

WELLINGTON, from Concord avenue, 
opp. Huron avenue, north, to Bel- 
mont line, ward 5. 
WENDELL, from 1653 Mass. avenue 
to opp. 33 Carver, ward 1. 
Mass. avenue 
Oxford 
57 56 Gorham 
72 Howland 

91 94 Carver 

WESLEY AVENUE, from 15 Harvey, 
ward 5. 

W T EST, from 51 Inman to 46 Lee, ward 
2. 
Inman 

9 West street place 
33 Derby place 
Lee 

WEST STREET PLACE, from 348 
Broadway to 9 West, ward 2. 
Broadway 
Inman place 
West 

WESTACOTT COURT, from 522 Put- 
nam avenue, ward 4. 

WESTERN AVENUE, from Central 
square, west, to the Charles river, 
Brighton line, ward 4. 



Central square 
Green 
22 Franklin 
66 Pleasant 
66 Auburn 

103 Central place 
111 Soden 
148 149 Kiimaird 
178 179 Jay 
218 207 Howard 
273 Dodge 
305 Hews 
338 337 Putnam avenue 
360 Blackstone 

375 Riverside place 
Ampere 

Charles river 

WHITE, from 830 Somerville avenue 
to 190 Elm, ward 5. 
2 3 Somerville avenue 
7 White street place 
Elm 

WHITE STREET PLACE, from 7 
White, ward 5. 

WHITNEY AVENUE, from 403 Put- 
nam avenue to Chestnut, ward 4. 

WHITNEY COURT, from 6 Essex, 
ward 2. 

WHITTEMORE AVENUE, from be- 
yond Lexington to beyond Kimball 
avenue, ward 5. 

Lexington 

Harrison avenue 

Kimball avenue 

WHITTIER, from 169 Huron avenue 
to opp. 121 Walden, ward 5. 

WICKLOW, changed to Stearns,, ward 
5. 

WILBUR, from 8 Harvey, ward 5. 

WILLARD, from 114 Brattle to 183 
Mt. Vernon, ward 1. 

Brattle 
18 Willard street court 

17 Foster 

33 Dinsmore court 
Mt. Auburn 

WILLARD STREET COURT, from 18 
Willard, ward 1. 

WILLIAM, from 87 Pearl to 84 River, 
ward 4. 
2 1 Pearl 
25 Magazine 
50 49 River 
WILLOW, from 139 Webster avenue 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



91 



to Somerville line. 
2 1 Webster avenue 
4 3 York 

Lincoln 
Palermo 
110 109 Cambridge 
170 169 Somerville line 

WILLIS COURT, u from Mt. Auburn, 
opp. Elmwood avenue, ward 1. 

WILSON AVENUE, from 24 Middle- 
sex, ward 5. 

WINSLOW, from 118 Garden, ward 5. 



W r INSOR, 


from 223 Mass. avenue, 


across 


Cambridge, to 


Somerville 


line, wards 4 and 2. 










Mass. avenue 










State 







66 


Main 




93 


92 


School 




137 


138 


Washington 




189 


188 


Harvard 







234 


Broadway 




259 


254 


Market 




303 


300 


Hampshire 






340 


Seckle 




403 


402 


Lincoln 




415 


426 


Webster avenue 






454 


Palermo 




485 


4S4 


Cambridge 




549 


550 


Somerville line 





Holyoke to 8 



WINTER, from 206 Bridge to 4 Fifth, 
ward 3. 
Bridge 
Third 
Fourth 

7 Maple place 
Mullens court 
46 59 Winter place 
Fifth 

WINTER PLACE, from 59 Winter, 
ward 3. 



WTNTHROP, from 33 
Eliot, ward 1. 
39 Holyoke 
50 49 Dunster 
69 Boylston 
106 Eliot 



W T INTHROP SQUARE, Boylston. be- 
tweet Mt. Auburn and Winthrop, 
ward 1. 

WOODBRIDGE, from 2325 Mass. ave- 
nue, to opp. 18 Locke, ward 5. 

WORCESTER, from 121 Columbia to 

WORTHINGTON, from Lake View 
opp. 113 Norfolk, ward 2. 
avenue to Lexington avenue, at C. 
W. W. ward 1. 

WRIGHT, from 27 Hudson to 52 Mar- 
tin, ward 5. 

WYETH, from 86 Raymond to Huron 
avenue. 

WYETH SQUARE, junction Sherman, 
Huron avenue and Garden, wards 1 
and 5. 

WYMAN, from Avon Hill to Raymond, 
ward 5. 

YORK, from 135 Webster avenue to 
201 Portland. 

Webster avenue 

Willow 

New Oxford 

Berkshire 

Portland 

YORKTOWN, from Seven Pines to 
Somerville line, ward 5. 







92 



BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, HALLS, ETC. 



BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, HALLS, ETC. 



Abbott's Block, 291 and 293 Biver 
Alexander Block, 104 to 110 Plympoon 
Allen's Block, 177 to 183 Harvard 
Almshouse, Tannery, ward 5 
Aquinas Hall, Norfolk, corner Har- 
vard, ward 2 
Armory Hall, Brattle square, ward 1 
Austin Hall, 6 Temple, ward 2 
Ayer's Block, 208 to 224 Third 
Baldwin's Block, Baldwin place, rear 

179 Main 
Beck Hall, Quincy square, 1201 Mass. 

avenue, ward 1 
Bertha Block,' 117 Kinnaird 
Brattle Hall, 40 Brattle 
Brewer's Block, Brattle square, corner 

Mt. Auburn, ward 1 
British American Hall, 18 Central sq. 
Broadway Block, Broadway, between 
Third and Main, north side Kendall 
square 
Brooks Building, 695 Main 
Brown's Block, Third, next to the 

bridge 
Buck's Block, Seventh, corner Gore 
Buckley's Hall, 527 Mass. avenue 
Burns Block, Burns court 
Burrage Block, Bristol, between 

Hampshire \ and Webster avenue 
Butler's Block, rear 64 Plympton, 

ward 1 
Cambridge School for Girls, 79 Brattle 
Cambridge Hall, 631 Mass. avenue 
Cambridge Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany Building, Mass. avenue, corner 
Inman 
Cambridgeport Athletic Association, 

Prospect, corner Harvard 
Cedar Hall, Cedar, corner Dudley 
Central Hall, 2 Central square 
Central Square Building, Western ave- 
nue, corner Green, ward 4 
Chronicle Building, Mass. avenue, op- 
posite Pearl 
City Building, Brattle square, ward 1 
City Hall, Mass. avenue, corner Inman, 

ward 2 
Clark's Block, 443 Mass. avenue 
Claverly Hall, Mt. Auburn, corner Lin- 
den 
Concordia Hall, 200 Cambridge 
Conservatory Hall, 4 Lee 
Court House, Third, corner Otis, East 
Cambridge 



Douglass Block, Mass. avenue, corner 
Essex 

Dunster (The), Dunster, near Mass. 
avenue 

East End Christian Union Building, 7 
Brewery 

Emerson's Block, 52 to 56 Crescent 
avenue 

Emerson's Block, Mt. Pleasant 

Felton Building, Trowbridge, corner 
Cambridge 

Felton Hall, 1640 Cambridge 

Fiske's Block, 833 Main 

Forbes Block, Jordan place, rear 132 
Broadway 

Gilmore's Blocks, 36 to 42 and 65 to 71 
Holworthy 

Glin Block, 239 Franklin 

Goldsmith's Building, 305% Cam- 
bridge 

Gothic Hall, Orchard, corner Allen, 
ward 5 

Grant Building, 671 Mass. avenue, cor- 
ner Prospect 

G. A. B. Hall. (Post 30), 573 Mass. ave. 

G. A. B. Hall (Post 56), 1234 Mass. ave. 

G. A. E. Hall (Post 57), 249 Cambridge 

Green's Block, 303 to 309 Elm 

Hammonds Block, 32 to 38 Berkshire 

Hannum's Block, 114 Broadway, south 
of B. & A. E. E. 

Harugari Hall, Sixth, corner Spring 

Hawkins Block, Charles, east of Third 

Hawthorne Hall, Mass. avenue, near 
Porters station 

Henderson Block, 2041 Mass. avenue 

Henderson Block (brick), 2071 Mass. 
avenue 

Hermann's Blocks, Munroe, near 
Third 

Hibernian Hall, 556 Mass. avenue 

Hillery Block, Lilac court, 131 Port- 
land 

Hilton Block, 1298 to 1316 Mass. ave. 

Hixon's Block, 57 and 59 Portland 

House of Correction, Thorndike. near 
Third 

Hovey's Block, 7S6 Main 

Howells House, 37 Concord avenue 

Hyde's Block, 697 Mass. avenue 

Independence Hall, rear 55 Norfolk 

Inman Building, Cambridge, west side 
of Springfield 

Institute Hall, 271 Cambridge 



BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, HALLS, ETC. 



93 



Ivers Block, 1963 to 1975 Mass. avenue 

Kelley & McKinnon Block, 438 to 450 
Green 

Knights of Honor Hall, 225 Cambridge 

Knights of Honor Hall, 545 Mass. ave. 

Knights of Labor Hall, 515 Mass. ave. 

Lamsons Block, 559 Mass. avenue 

Lechmere Block, Bridge, junction 
Cambridge 

Lechmere Building, Cambridge, junc- 
tion Bridge 

Leicester Block, 106 Hampshire 

Lerner Hall, 12 Mt. Auburn 

Linehan's Block, Parnell and 85 Bridge 

Linihan Block, 13 Third 

Little's Block, 1350 to 1362 Mass. ave. 

Lovell Block, Mass. avenue, near Mt. 
Vernon 

Luke Building, 137 to 145 .Main 

Lyceum Building, 1396 to 1402 Mass. av. 

Lyceum Hall, 1400 Mass. avenue 

Main Block, Mass. ave. cor. Pearl 

Manter Hall, 4 Holyoke 

Margaret Winthrop Hall, 21 Chauncy 

Martin's Block, 19 Lopez 

Masonic Block, 685 to 699 Mass. ave. 

Masonic Hall, 215 Cambridge, East 
Cambridge 

Masonic Hall, 685 Mass. avenue 

MeNamee's Block, Mass. ave. cor. Nor- 
folk 

Melledge Block, Mass. ave. cor. Nor- 
folk 

Memorial Hall, 576 Mass. ave. 

Middlesex Block, 2431 to 2441 Mass. 
ave. 

Moore's Blocks, Mt. Auburn, cor. 
Plympton and Main, cor. Trowbridge 
and 17 Bradbury 

Moore's Building', 6 and 8 Brattle 

Moxon's Building, rear 280 Mass. ave. 

Niles' Block, 1282 to 1290 Mass. ave. 

Odd Fellows' Building, 534 Mass. ave. 

Odd Fellows' Building, 2072 to 2080 
Mass. ave. N. C. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 15 Brattle, Cam- 
bridge 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 215 Cambridge, 
East Cambridge 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 2076 Mass. ave. 
North Cambridge 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 534 Mass. ave. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 631 Mass. ave. 

Parish Hall, Norfolk 

Pelham Hail, 631 Mass. ave. 

Phi Beta Kappa Hall, 15 Brattle 

Phinney's Block, Dickinson, near 
Broadway 

Porter's Hall, 1974 Mass; ave. 

Potter Block, 1994 to 200o Mass. ave. 

Pratt's Block, 116 Austin 



Probate Building, Otis, cor. Second, 
East Cambridge 

Prospect House Building, 622 Mass. 
ave. 

Pythian Hall, 527 Mass. ave. 

Quincy Hall, 1218 Mass. ave. 

Ramsey's Building, 1 Brattle 

Raymond Hall, 628 Mass. ave. 

Reardon's Block, 23 Erie 

Red Men's Hall, 2107 Mass. ave. 

Registry of Deeds, Second, cor. Otis 

Richardson Block, 101 Gore 

Rideout's Building, State, cor. Osborn 

Bobbins Block, 1 to 11 Prospect 

Roberts Block, 10 to 15 Brattle 

Roberts Hall, 15 Brattle 

Rogers' Blocks, Main, between Wash- 
ington and Brewery, Washington, 
between Brewery and Portland, 169 
and 453 Main, and 77 Washington 

Rolling Mill Block, Bristol, between 
Berkshire and Portland 

St. George's Hall, 695 Mass. ave. 

St. John's Hall, Fourth 

St. John's Literary Institute Building' 
and Hall, 271 to 279 Cambridge 

Sala Protective Hall, 305 Cambridge 

Saunders Block, 1599 Mass. ave. 

Sears' Block, Lowland ave. 

Shea's Block, 151 to 155 Bridg'e 

Shepherd's Block, 67 Plympton 

Shepherd Block, 29 to 33 Holyoke 

Smart's Building, rear 744 Main 

Social Union Building, 42 Brattle 

Society Hall, 534 Mass. ave. 

Sovereign's Hall, 575 Mass. ave. 

Speare's Block, Binney, near Sixth 

Stearns' Block, Winthrop, cor. Dunster 

Stratton's Block, Cambridge, near 
Fifth 

Symonds' Block, DeWolf, opp. Mill 

Templars Hall, 534 Mass ave. 

Temple Block, Main, cor Temple 

Temple Hall, 685 Mass. ave. 

Temple of Honor Hall, 591 Mass. ave. 

The Elmwood, 209 Green 

The Lawrence, 173 Franklin 

Theosophical Hall, 26a Brattle 

Tilton's Block, River, cor. Fairmount 

Tower's Block, 19 to 25 Market 

Trinity Hall, Mt. Auburn st. next 
City bldg. 

Union Hall, 683 Mass. ave. 

Unity Hall, 1878 Mass. ave. 

Vernon Block, Vernon, cor. Green 

Ward's, Block, rear 29 Harvard 

Ware Hall, 383 Harvard 

Warland Building, 1278 Mass. ave. 

Watson Block, 1876 Mass. ave. 

Welch's Block, North, opp. N. E. Glass 
Works 



94 



COLLEGE BUILDINGS, CEMETERIES, WHARVES, ETC. 



Wellington Hall, Pearl 
Wheatland's Block, Cambridge, junc- 
tion Bridge 
Whitney's Block, 901 Main 



Whitney's Building', Brattle sq. 
Woodbury's Building, rear First, 

Thorndike and 1 Otis 
Y. M. C. A. Building, 678 Mass. ave. 



College Buildings. 



Alumni Hall, junction Kirkland, 

Quincy and Cambridge, 1874 
Appleton Chapel, College yard, 1856 
Astronomical Observatory, Garden, 

opp. Linnaean, 1846 
Austin Hall, Holmes pi. 1883 
Botanic Garden, Garden, cor. Lin- 
naean, 1805 
Boylston Hall, College yard, 1857 
Buorham Hall (Ep. Theo. Sch.) Brat- 
tle, 1879 
Cary Building, Jarvis, 1890 
Claverly Hall, Mt. Auburn, 1892 
College House, 1416-1428 Mass. ave. 

1846 
Conant Hall, Oxford, near Jarvis, 1893 
Dane Hall, College yard, 1832 
Divinity Hall, Divinity ave. 1726 
Divinity Library Building, Divinity 

ave. 
Fay House (Radcliffe College), 10 Gar- 
den 
Fogg" Museum of Arts, College yard, 

1894 
Gore Hall, College yard, 1838 
Gray's Hall, College yard, 1863 
Harvard Hall, College yard, 1769 
Hemenway Gymnasium, junction 

Kirkland and Holmes pi. 1878 
Holden Chapel, College yard, 1724 
Hollis Hall, College yard, 1812 



rear 



Holworthy Hall, College yard, 1812 
Holyoke House. 1336 to 1346 Mas 

ave. 1871 
Jefferson Physical Laborator}'', 

Holmes pi. 1884 
Lawrence Hall, Brattle, near Mason, 

1873 
Lawrence Scientific School, Kirkland, 

cor. Holmes pi. 1848 
Massachusetts Hall, College yard, 1720 
Matthews Hall, College yard, 1870 
Memorial Hall, junction Kirkland, 

Cambridge and Quincy 
Museum of Comparative Zoology, Di- 
vinity ave. and Oxford, 1859 
Peabody Museum of Archaeology, Di- 
vinity ave. 1877 
Perkins Hall, Oxford, near Jarvis, 1893 
Reed Hall (Ep. Theo. School), Brattle, 

1875 
Sever Hall, College yard, 1878 
Stoughton Hall, College yard, 1805 
Thayer Hall, College yard, 1869 
University Hall, College yard. 1812 
University Museum, Oxford, nea 

Kirkland 
Wadsworth House, 1341 Mass. ave. 1726 
Walter Hastings' Hall, Mass. ave. near 

Holmes pi. 1889 
Weld Hall, College yard, 1871 



Cemeteries. 



Cambridge, Coolidge ave. at Water- 
town line, Charles S. Childs, supt. 
Catholic, Rindge ave. opp. Jackson 
Mt. Auburn, Mt. Auburn st. at Water- 



town line, J. C. Scorg'ie, supt. 
Old Burying Ground, Mass. ave. cor. 
Garden 



Wharves. 



Ayer's, Third, next Gas House 

Bent's, 312 Main 

Brooks, 221 Bridge 

Brooks, estate of, 84 Bridge, E. C. 

Bullard s, Western ave. 

City, 366 Main 

College, foot Dunster . 

Day M. Main, Lower Port 



Gas House, Third, next Canal 

Geo. H. Rugg's, 386 River 

Hall's, foot of East, E. C. 

Holt & Bugbee, East, near Bridge, 

E. C. 
Linehan, 48 Bridge, E. C. 
Munroe's, First, opp. Thorndike, E. C. 
N. E. Glass House, foot of North 






BRIDGES, WARD BOUNDARIES, ETC. 



95 



Peters, First, opp. Thorndike, E. C. 
Revere Sugar Refinery, foot of water 
Riverside, 38(5 River 
Sanborn, 68 Bridge, E. C. 
Sargeant's, foot of Plympton 
Sawyer's, 16 Cambridge, E. C. 
Scully's, First, opp. Charles, E. C. 
Smith's, 360 Main 
Tower's, rear 139 Broadway 



Warren, 10 and 22 Bridge 
Wellington, Austin C. Coal Co. 5 

Broadway 
Wellington H. & Co. 28 Bridge, E. C. 
Wellington & Buck, East, near Bridge, 

E. C. 
Winthrop, opp. 78 DeWolfe 
Wood Win. H. & Co. 13 Broadway 



Bridges. 



Brook line street, from foot of Brook- 
line street, Cambridgeport, to Boston 

Cambridge street, from River street, 
Cambridgeport, to Brighton district 

Craigie, from Bridge street, E. C. to 
Boston 

First street, across Broad Canal to 
Main 

Harvard, from Mass. ave. Cambridge- 
port, to Mass. ave. Boston, 1888 

North Harvard street, from Boylston 
street, Cambridge, to Brighton dis- 



trict 

Prison 'Point, end Prison Point, E. C. 
to Charlestown 

Sixth street, across Broad Canal at 
Sixth 

Third street, across Broad Canal at 
Third 

West Boston, from Main street, Cam- 
bridgeport, to Boston 

Western avenue, from Western ave. 
Cambridgeport, to Brighton district 



Ward Boundaries. 



"WARD 1. Bginning at the bound- 
ary line between Cambridge and Bel- 
mont, on Concord avenue, thence by 
the centre of Concord avenue to Bond 
street, thence by the centre of Bond 
street to Garden street, thence by the 
centre of Garden street to Shepard 
street, thence by the centre of Shep- 
ard to Massachusetts avenue, thence 
by the centre of Massachusetts avenue 
to Sacramento street, thence by the 
centre of Sacramento street to the 
boundary line between Cambridge and 
Somerville, thence by said boundary 
line to a point which would be struck 
by the central line of Dana street if 
extended northerly to said boundary 
line, thence by a line to Dana street, 
and by the centre of Dana street to 
Massachusetts avenue, thence by the 
centre of Massachusetts avenue to 
Mount Auburn street, thence by the 
centre of Mount Auburn street to Put- 
nam avenue, thence by the centre of 
Putnam avenue to Western avenue, 
thence by the centre of Western ave- , 
nue to the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Brighton, thence by 
said boundary line to the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Water- 
town, thence by the last mentioned 



boundary line to the boundary line 
between Cambridge and Belmont, 
thence by the last mentioned bound- 
ary line to the point begun at. 

WARD 2. Beginning at the bound- 
ary line between Cambridge and Som- 
erville at a point which would be 
struck by the central line of Dana 
street, if extended northerly to said 
boundary line, thence by a line to 
Dana street, and by the centre of 
Dana street to Massachusetts avenue, 
thence through the centre of Massa- 
chusetts avenue to Norfolk street, 
thence by the centre of Norfolk street 
to Washington street, thence by the 
centre of Washington street to the 
junction of Washington and Main 
streets, thence by a line at a right 
angle southerly to the water, thence 
by the water to the mouth of Broad 
canal to the North canal, thence by 
the centre of North canal, and north- 
erly, in a line continued therefrom to 
the boundary line between Cambridge 
and Somerville, thence by said bound- 
ary line to the point begun at. 

WARD 3. Beginning at the mouth 
of Broad canal, thence by the centre 
of Broad canal to the North canal, 
thence by the centre of North canal 



96 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



and northerly, in a line continued 
therefrom to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Somerville, 
thence by said boundary line to the 
waters of Charles River, thence by 
the water to the point begun at. 

WARD 4. Beginning at the bound- 
ary line between Cambridge and 
Brighton, on Western avenue, thence 
through the centre of Western avenue 
to Putnam avenue, thence through 
the centre of Putnam avenue to Mount 
Auburn street, thence through the 
centre of Mount Auburn street to 
Massachusetts avenue, thence through 
the centre of Massachusetts avenue to 
Norfolk street, thence through the 
centre of Norfolk street to Washing- 
ton street, thence through the centre 
of Washington to junction of Wash- 
ington and Main streets, thence by a 
line at a right angle, southerly, to 



the water, thence by the water to the 
point begun at. 

WARD 5. Beginning' at the bound- 
ary line between Cambridge and Bel- 
mont on Concord avenue, thence by 
the centre of Concord avenue to Bond 
street, thence by the centre of Bond 
street to Garden street, thence by the 
centre of Garden street to Shepard 
street, thence by the centre of Shep- 
ard street to Massachusetts avenue, 
thence by the centre of Massachusetts 
avenue to Sacramento street, thence 
by the centre of Sacramento street to 
the boundary line between Cambridge 
and Somerville, thence by said bound- 
ary line to the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Arlington, thence by 
the said last mentioned boundary line 
to the boundary line between Cam- 
bridge and Belmont, thence by said 
boundary line to the point begun at. 






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DIRECTORY 

1807. 



ABREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab. above; agt., agent; Am. N. & T. Co., American Net & Twine Co.; Am. R. 
Co., American Rubber Co.; asst., assistant; ave., avenue; b., boards; bet., between; 
bey., beyond; bldg\, building; blk., block; B., Boston; B. B. W., Boston Bridge 
Works; B. S. B. Co., Bay State Brick Co.; B. & M. R. R.. Boston & Maine Rail- 
road; C. E. L. Co., Cambridge Electric Light Co.; C. F. D., Cambridge Fire De- 
partment; com. mer., commission merchant; c. or cor., corner; ct., court; C. W. 
W., Cambridge Water Works; Ep. Theo. School, Episcopal Theological School; F. 
P. I. Co., Fresh Pond Ice Co.; h., house; H. C, House of Correction; H. U., Harvard 
University; lab., laborer; mnfr., manufacturer; M. C. V. S., Massachusetts College 
Veterinary Surgeons; M. I. T., B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; n..near; 
opp., opposite; pi., place; P. O., Post Office; pres., president; rd., road; R. C. Co., 
Reversible Collar Co.; r., rear; Rev., Reverened; R. C, Radcliffe College; R. P., 
Riverside Press; St., street; sec, secretary; Som.. Somerville; sq., square; S. O. 
Co.. Standard Oil Co.; supt., superintendent; T. B. M. Co., The Blake Mnfg. Co.; 
treas., treasurer; U. P., University Press; U. S., United States; U. S. A., United 
States Army; U. S. N., United States Navy.; whf., wharf; whol., wholesale; wid., 
widow; W. E. St. Ry. Co., West End Street Railway Co.; W. S., West Somer- 
ville; Y. M. C. A., Young Men's Christian Association. 

Where the name of a firm, corporation, or factory appears immediately after 
the occupation, it indicates the place of business. 

After the name of the street, the word street is omitted. 



FOR FULL LIST OF COLLEGE OFFICERS. STUDENTS. ETC.. SEE COL- 
LEGE DIRECTORY. MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



AAEON EMMA, h. 46% Elm 
" Harry, baker, b. 102 Moore 
" John, cigar maker, 513 Mass. ave. 
" Lewis, cigar mnfr. 513 Mass. ave. 

h. 8 Jay 
" Moss, cigar mnfr. 102 Moore, h.do. 
; Robert, carriage maker, b. 413 
Main 
Aaronson John, baker, h. 234 Western 
ave. 
' Seafred, baker, b. 234 Western av. 
Abbot Annie W. h. 23 Berkeley 
" Edwin H. Tremont bldg. B. h. 1 

Follen 
" Francis E. h. Larch 
' George, wool, h. 29 Concord ave. 
" George W. 21 Central whf. B. h. 
294 Harvard 



Abbott Albert Warren, clerk, 201 

Bridge, h. 402 Cambridge 
" Arthur T. inspector, G. M. D. h. 11 

Farwell pi. 
" Carrie F. h. 7 Chauncy 
" Charles E. clerk, b. 46 Austin 
" Edward Rev. pastor, St. James's 

Epis. church, h. 11 Dana 
" Edward W. carpenter, b. 15 Salem 
" Elizabeth G. Mrs. h. 25 Wendell 
" Frank, teamster, h. 10 Bridge 
" Frank A. clerk, 639 Mass. ave. b. 

18 Lake 
" Harry H. clerk, 53 No. Market, B. 

b. 18 Lake 
' Henry C. conductor, h. 14 Howland 
' John K. auct'r and real estate, 346 

Putnam ave. h. 32 Walden 



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Abbott John W. clerk, li. 715 Main 
" John W. printer, h. 18 Decatur 
" Louis D. paper bag mkr. b.18 Lake 
" Luoinda, housekeeper, h. 402 Cam- 
bridge 
" Lucretia C. widow of Ezra, h. 27 

Austin 
" Lucy K. Mrs. boarding house, 5 

Dickinson 
" Maria, widow of Horatio N. li. 402 

Cambridge 
" Richard S. block mkr. h. 18 Lake 
" Sarah Elizabeth, widow of Charles 

S. h. 46 Austin 
" Ulysses V. trav. salesman, rms. 99 

Green 
" Walter E. b. 28 Warland 
" Walter H. expressman, h. 27 Austin 
"Walter S. clerk, b. 18 Lake 
" W r illiam D. block maker, E. B. b. 

18 Lake 
" William S. exp'ssman, b. 46 Austin 
Aberle Charles F. police officer, sta- 
tion 3. h. 214 Elm 
" Christine, housekeeper, rear 177 

Spring 
" W 7 illiam H. steam fitter, h. 19 
Magnolia ave. 
Acheson Henry, box maker, h. 189 

Winsor 
Achorn Clinton E. electric light trim- 
mer, h. 255 River 
" Washington L. h. 31 Bigelow 
" William S. treas. 445 Mass. ave. h. 

at Lynn 
" & Deacon Mnfg. Co. bicycles, 445 
Mass. ave. 
Acker Arthur F. carpenter, h. 53 
Prince 
" Stanley T. E. steam fitter, b. 53 
Prince 
Ackerly John R. teamster, h.793 Main 
Ackers Charles H. bookbinder, River- 
side bindery, b. 140 Magazine 
ACKERS JOHN L. P. painter, 
515 Mass. ave. h. 165 Western ave. 
See page 802 
" John P. clerk, B. b. 21 Sacramento 
" William H. printer, h. 35 Pearl 
Ackerson Jeremiah, teamster, b. 103 

Green 
Ackiss Sandy, waiter, h. 72 Hastings 
Ackles James R. piano maker, h. 110 
Hampshire 

ACME GROCERY & PRO- 
VISION MARKET, 145 

Hampshire. See p. 815 
Acorn Fred A. conductor, h. 10 Bay 
" John, driver, b. 8 Bay 



Adams Adelbert A. salesman, 24 Lin- 
coln, B. h. 15 Lee 
" Allen H. drug clerk, 2271 Mass. av. 
" Annie E. Mrs. h. 35 Antrim 
" Annie I. widow of Harry, h. 3 

Walnut ave. 
" Benjamin, clerk, B. b. 18 Hadley 
" Calvin W. engineer, B. & A. R. R. 

h. 285 Pearl 
" Carl P. student, H. U. b. 45 Oxford 
" Cecilia, widow of John T. h. 123 

Hastings 
" Clara M. bookkeeper, 128 Inman, 

h. 35 Antrim 
" Charles M. potter, A. H. Hews & 

Co., h. 18 Hadley 
" Charles S. salesman, b. 62 Otis 
" Charles S. 2597 Mass. .ave. 

ADAMS CHARLES W. Ferd F. 
French & Co. (limited), carriages, 

14-24 Sudbury,B. h.442 Broadway. 

See page 831 
" Comfort A. instructor Electrical 

Engineering, H. U. h. 13 Farrar 
" Czarina C. Mrs. h. 18 Kinnaird 
" Ellen F. Mrs. h. 45 Oxford 
" Ernest G. 38 State, B. b. 45 Oxford 
" Eugenia Mrs. b. 26 Bigelow 
" Francis, h. 37 Inman 
" Frank R. fireman, h. 35 Antrim 
" Frederic H. clerk, Riverside Press, 

b. at Dorchester 
" Freedom S. carpet beating, 236 

Cambridge, B. h. 32 Tremont 
" George, collar maker, 111 Putnam 

ave. 
" George B. clerk, 305 Congress, B. 

h. 12% Rindge ave. 
" George D. bookbinder, b. 124 Aus- 
tin 
" George W. gardener, b. 5 West 
" Georgianna, stenographer, 27 

Franklin, h. 33% Essex 
" Gertrude E. widow of Austin R. 

h. 2 Lanison pi. 
" Hannah A. Mrs. h. 252 Sidney 
" Isaac, h. 11 Shepard 
" James E. engineer, B. & A. R. R. h. 

309 Pearl 
" James H. driver, h. 124 Thorndike 
" James H. furniture polisher, h. 

20 Tremont 
" John A. clerk, b. 124 Austin 
" John F. lawyer, 53 State, B. h. 96 

Richdale ave. 
" John P. h. 10 Shepard 
" John Q. ins. agt. b. 2 Lamsoa pi. 
" Joseph, laborer, b. 119 Gore 
" Joseph M. Jr. tailor's cutter, hi 

252 Sidnev 



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DIRECTORY 



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Adams Kilburn, photographer, h. 5 
Wyeth 

" Lydia A. Mrs. h. 21 Cogswell ave. 

" Major, laborer, h. 1 Murdock 

" Marcellus T. laborer, h. 4 Worces- 
ter 

" Maurice H. foreman, Am. N. & T. 
Co. Second, h. 400 Cambridge 

" Paul, laborer, h. 460 Columbia 
Peter, compositor, h. 124 Austin 

" Robert, laborer, h. 21 Flagg 

" Ruth A. widow of Abraham, b. 2 
Asburton pi. 

" Samuel L. machinist, b. 18 Hadley 

" Sarah L. h. 331/. Essex 

" Solomon N. overseer, fertilizing 
room, 169 Gore, h. 1682 Cam- 
bridge 

" Susan M. teacher, Allston school, b. 
33 Bigelow 

" Theodore P. master Latin school, 
Fayette, cor. Broadway, h. at 
v Boston 

" William Mrs. h. 45 River 

" William J. (McIIugh & Adams), 
laundry, 279 Columbia, b. 136 
Hampshire 

" William P. painter, b. 252 Sidney 

" William R. dry goods, 258 Cam- 
bridge, h. 62 Otis 
A. D. Club, 14-141/2 Dunster 
Adell Charles, machinist, h. 286 
Green 

" Rudolph, clerk, 321 Main, b. 5 
Pioneer 
Adler Henrietta Mrs. h. 14 Wilbur 
Adrian Thomas, laborer, h. 103 Gore 
Agassiz Alexander, curator, Museum 
of Comparative Zoology, H. U. 
h. 36 Quincy 

" Elizabeth C. widow of Louis, h. 36 
Quincy 

" George R. b. 36 Quincy 

" Max, b. 35 Quincy 
Agnew David, coachman, 317 Har- 
vard, h. 16 Antrim 

" Millard F. porter, h. 685 Main 

" William F. engineer, C. E. L. Co. 
h. 39 Prospect 
Aguste Antoine, h. 33 Vine 
Augusto Amanson, h. Lowland, n. 
Vine 

" Manuel, at 169 Gore, b. 68 Second 
Aharonian Charles, shade fixture 
maker, b. 104 Plympton 

' Peter, shade fixture maker, b. 104 
Plympton 

" Thomas, shade fixture maker, b. 

Plympton 
Ahearn Annie, widow of Thomas, h. 
400 Norfolk 



Ahearn Dennis, baker, 29 Franklin, b. 
r. 105 Amory 

" Ellen, widow of John, h. r. 105 
Amory 

"' Eugene, gate tender, B. & M. R.R. 
East, h. 26 do. 

" Harry, laborer, b. 6 Squires ct. 

" H. Louisa, dressmaker, 149 Sher- 
man, h. do. 

" Maurice, city laborer, h. 149 Sher- 
man 

" Maurice J. b. 59 Rice 

" Michael F. at 169 Gore, h. 141 Sec- 
ond 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 161 Hampshire 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 56 Middlesex 

" Patrick, produce, h. 31 Harding 

" Richard A. Custom House, B. h. 27 
Norris 

" Timothy, baker, h. 170 Franklin 

" William, laborer, h. 43 Jefferson 

" see A hem, O'Hearn, also Heme 
Ahern Dennis G. bricklayer, h. 2S6 
Green 

" Eugene, h. 3 Linehan ct. 

" John D. ins. agent, b. 2 Emmons pi. 

" John J. book stamper, B. h. 42 
Prince 

AHERN JOHN J. real estate etc. 
64 Fifth, house 62 do. See index 
for page of advt. 
" Maurice A. gardener, 121 Brattle, 

h. 6 Foster 
" Michael, bricklaj^er, h. 2 Emmons 

pi. 
" William Mrs. boarding house, 45 

Winthrop 
" William H. pressman, b. 2 Emmons 

pi. 
" see Ahearn, also O'Hearn 
Aiken Anthony, janitor, h. 109 Hast- 
ings 
" Charles W. mechanical engineer, 
184 Broadway, rms. 149 Austin 
" Edward H. musician, h. 2 Ferry pi. 
" Hannah Mrs. h. 2 Percy pi. 
" William A. driver, 688 Mass. ave. h. 
76% Pleasant 
Aikman Victor, h. 96 Fourth 
Ainley George, bricklayer, h. 200 Elm 
Ainsworth Reginald, printer, b. 28 
Cogswell ave. 
" see Hainsworth 
Ajamiam John, cook, 3 Riverside pi. 

b. do. 
Aker Charles, cigar maker, b. 1236 
Cambridge 
" Christina, widow of Christopher, 

h. 1236 Cambridge 
" Ole C. cabinet mkr. h.163 Prospect 
" see Ecker. also Acker 



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CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY 



Akerley Edward, laborer, h. 267 River 

" John, laborer, h. 791 Main 
Akerman George supt. Lamb & Rit- 
chie, Albany, h. 32 Pearl 
" Gustaf, organ builder, h. 81 Pine 
" Guy H. machinist, b. 32 Pearl 
Akin Henry B. (Hall & Akin), real 
estate and ins. 17 Central sq. h. 
132 Austin 
Alarv Amable, hair dresser, 350 
" Green, b. 348 do. 
" Louis, hair dresser, 350 Green, h. 
348 do. 
Albee Andrew, grocer, 93 Hampshire, 
h. 315 Winsor 
" Helen M. teacher, Latin school, b. 

48 Lake View ave. 
" Louise C. cataloguer, H.U. library, 

b. 48 Lake View ave. 
" Snmner Mrs. h. 43 Lake View ave. 
Albert Matthias, hair dresser, B. h. 

90 Norfolk 
Alberts Albert, laborer, h. 225 Third 
" Albert, Jr. brass smith, b. 225 

Third 
" Clement P. h. 165 Charles 
" Erank J. teamster, h. 1116 Cam- 
bridge 
" Lizzie Mrs. laundry, 1116 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 
Albro Annie E. rms. 41 Church 
Alchorn John H. foreman, 205 Broad- 
way, h. 254 Prospect 
Alden Arthur F. clerk, 442 Mass. ave. 
rms. 42 Pearl 
" Charles A. bookkeeper, 45 North, 

B. b. 104 Hancock 
" Charles W. mgr. 9 Bowdoin sq. B. 

h. 147 Allston 
" George W. A. plast'r, h. 55 Harris 
" G. R. Rev. D. D. clergyman, b. 35 

Trowbridge 
" Rebecca Mrs. h. 62 Kirklancl 
" Sophia D. widow of Elbridge G. h. 

104 Hancock 
" William- R. plasterer, b. 55 Harris 
" William T. fly finisher, h. 21 Essex 
Aldham Herbert, casket maker, b. 60 
Otis 
" Thomas, provisions, 2 Gore, h. 77 
Thorndike 
Aldrich Edwin H. bookkeeper, 243 
Broadway, h. 27 Blake 
" Frank, starch, etc. 63 Kilby, B. h. 

35 Arlington 
" Sybil B. widow of Paul T. h. 95 
Green 
Aleson Albert, fireman, h. 38 Union 
" Albin, iron moulder, h. r. 37 Union 
" see Allison, also Ellison 



Alexander Abrain, upholstery, etc. 

728 Mass. ave. h. 181 Green 
" Addie T. Mrs. h. 196 Auburn 
" Arthur R. brick layer, b. 413 Green 
" Charles J. plumber, h. 145 Brookline 
" Colby, blacksmith, b.956 Cambridge 
" Constance G. teacher, Latin school, 

b. 7 Buckingham pi. 
" Fred, teamster, h. 85 Thorndike 
" George H. driver, b. 123 Auburn 
" Giles R. carpenter, h. 123 Auburn 
" Hiram K. h. 132 Green 
" John, machinist, h. 212 Norfolk 
" J. Scott, sergeant, police station 2, 

h. 132 Green 
" Leonard B. carpenter, h. 413 Green 
" Manuel, h. 1 Linehan ct. 

ALEXANDER MARK, black- 
smith, 591 Cambridge, house 956 
do. See page 831 

" Mary, widow of Alexander, h. 39 
Jefferson 

" Mary B. b. 98 Avon Hill 

" Minnie, dressmaker, b. 956 Cam- 
bridge 

" Paul, machinist, h. 196 Auburn 

" Robert, laborer, h. 28 Decatur 

" Simon, pool room, B. rms. 110 
Plympton 

" Thomas C. blacksmith, h. 956 Camr 
bridge . 

" William, whitewashes b. 39 Jeffer- 
son 
Alexandrian Herbert, jeweller, h. 47 
Lopez 

" Alexander V. G. Rev. prof, of eccle- 
siastical history, Epis. Theo. 
school, h. 2 Phillips pi. 
Alexanson Hans, electrician, 174 Pleas- 
ant, h. do. 
Alger Amanda M. teacher, Riverside 
school, h. 37 Mt. Vernon, 

" Frances C. h. 37 Mt. Vernon 

" Mary J. teacher, at Lowell, h. 37 
Mt. Vernon 
Alghieri Simon, soup mnf r. r. 624 Main, 

h. 120 Norfolk 
Allaire Lonis, laborer, h. 373 Western 
ave. 

Allan George T. engineer, 433 Mass. 
ave. b. 124 Austin 

" Thomas, engineer, 708 Main, b. 124 
Austin 

" Walter S. b. 373 Harvard 

" William F. bookkeeper, B. h. 107 
Magazine 

" see Allen, also Allyn 

Allard Joseph A. contractor, h. 18 
Howard 
" Michael, h. 38 Ninth 



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101 



A Hard Willard J. foreman, h. 110 Fifth 
Alloock, Alfred, carpenter, h.end Pein- 
berton 
Percy H. paper hanger, b.end Peni- 
berton 
Allen Albert P. dist. inspector, 125 
Milk, B. h. 23 Gray 
' Alexander V. G. Rev. prof, of eccle- 
siastical history, Epis. Theo. 
school, h. 2 Phillips pi. 
" Alfred, janitor, 12 Central, B. h. 183 

Elm 
kk Charles (Little, Brown & Co.), 

Blackstone, h. at Boston 
" Crawford C. b. 52 Shepard 
" Daniel, painter, h. 22 Berkshire 
" Edmund J. painter, h. 1554 Cam- 
bridge 
" Elizabeth, housekeeper, 11 Fifth 
" Elizabeth D. widow of Horace, h. 

93 Prospect 
" Emma J. b. 21 Sacramento 
" Fannie, teacher, Otis primary 

school, b. 11 Fifth 
* fc Frank A. Oriental Tea Co. 85 Court, 

B. h. 263 Harvard 
" Frank C. moulder, h. 15 Pleasant 
" Frank F. cigars, B. h. 64 Garfield 
" Fred, tinsmith, b. 10 Broadway 
" Frederick, hose maker, h. r. 36 

Harvard 
" Frederick A. carpenter, h. 35 Jay 
" Frederick DeF. prof, classical phi- 
lology, H. U. h. 45 Brewster 
" Gannett F. electrotyper, b. 7 Sidney 
" George, engineer, rms. 494 Mass. av. 

suite 2 
" Georg-e, foreman, 18 P. O. sq. B. h. 

7 Sidney 
" George, laborer, h. 132 Pleasant 
" George H. foreman, 145 Broadway, 

h. 25 Auburn 
" George W. helper, 1402 Mass. ave. 

h. 20 Mill 
" Harold J. clerk, B. b. Mrs. M. S. 

Allen's, Coolidge ave. 
" Harry L. conductor, rms. 37 Au- 
burn pi. 
" Harry G. clerk, B. h. 2235 Mass. av. 
" Harry Ilea, salesman, B. b. 15 

Pleasant 
" Harvey J. printer, B. b. 51 Norfolk 
" Henry V. D. student, H. U. bds. 2 

Phillips pi. 
" Henry W. clerk, 27 N. Market, B. 

h. 2235 Mass. ave. 
'.' Herbert M. 87 Court, B. h. 265 Har- 
vard 
' Horace G. janitor, h. 45 Blackstone 
" James, laborer, b. 1146 Cambridge 



Allen James A. carpenter, h. 227 Vine 
" Jennie M. stenographer, B. b. Mrs. 

M. S. Allen's 
" Jeremiah, junk dealer, h. 126 Wil- 
low 
" John, car inspector, h. 42 Second 
" John, driver, b. 12 Walnut ct. 
" John, laborer, h. 319 Elm 
" John, motorman, h. 4 r. 29 Reed 
" John B. painter, h. 7. William 
" John S. student, H. U. b. 2 Phillips 

pi. 
" Joseph H. Rev. h. 5 Garden 
" Josephine A. widow of Albert F. h. 

12 Saginaw ave. 
" J. Weston, lawyer, B. h. 1653 Cam- 
bridge 
" Lincoln, grocer, at Mt. Auburn, h. 

27 dishing- 
" Maria S. widow of Jason, h. Cool- 
idge ave. 
" Mary, widow of Eugene, h. 29 Suf- 
folk 
" Mary, widow of James, h. 12 Wal- 
nut ct. 
" Mary Emily, h. 13 Market 
" Mary L. proof reader, Ginn & Co. 

rms. 38 Bowdoin 
" Mary T. widow of Thomas, h. 177% 

Harvard 
" Matthew, h. 342 Green 
" Nathan L. physician, 1S-1 Boylston, 

B. h. 12 Vincent 
" Oscar F. treas. Cainb. Savings 
Bank, 1410 Mass. ave. h. 19 Trow- 
bridge 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 52 North 
" Patrick, Jr. laborer, h. 18 North 
" Richard B. h. 52 Shepard 
" Robert, butler, b. 155 Auburn 
" Robert, glass cutter, b. 11 Fifth 
" Samuel W. moulder, h. The Inman 
" Tabitha, widow, h. 1267 Cambridge 
" Thomas W. driver, b. 12 Walnut ct. 
" Warren A. foreman, B. h. 131 Put- 
nam ave. 
" William, asst. supt. Mt. Auburn 

Cemeterv, h. 459 Mt. Auburn 
" William, b. 12 Walnut ct. 
" William H. B. h. 13 Market 
" William S. teamster, h. 13 Blanche 
" William T. salesman, b. 177% Har- 
vard 
" see Allan, also Allyn 
Allene Anna, widow of Peter, h. 181 

Clark 
Alley Elliott E. upholsterer, h. 73 

Thorndike 
" Florence J. teacher, Tarbell school, 
b. 73 Thorndike 



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DIRECTORY 



Alley William F. (B. P. Clark & Co.), 

44-3 Mass. ave. h. 16 Clinton 
Allgier William H. teamster, h. 25 

Winter 
Allison Caroline, widow of Charles N. 
h. 60 Middlesex 
' Carrie J. teacher, Holmes school, b. 

11 Humboldt 
" George A. at 618 Chamber of Com- 
merce, B. h. 11 Humboldt 
" Howard A. clerk, B. h. 2279 Mass. 

ave. 
" Robert, tailor, 316 Cambridge, h. 1 

Second st. ct. 
' Susan C. teacher, Peabody school, 

h. 11 Humboldt 
" William H. Rev. h. 11 Humboldt 
" see Aleson, also Ellison 
Allman Michael R. paver, h. 3 Harvard 
pi. 
" Frederick G. provisions, 6 Boylston, 

h. 13 Mellen 
Allnutt F. G. provisions. 6 Boylston 
Alls A. Edgar, car starter, h. 241 River 
Allston Madison S. jobber, b. 6 Village 
Allyn George E. b. 471 Broadway 
" Horace A. supt, C. G. L. Co. Third, 

h. 471 Broadway 
" John, publisher, 172 Tremont, B. 

h. 11 Berkelev 
" Rebecca P. widow of Rufus B. h. 5 

Berkeley 
" Rufus B. student, H. U. b. 11 Berke- 
ley 
Almeda Louis Mrs.'h. 35 Vine 
Almgren Axel F. h. 18 Magee 
" John, grocer. 786 Main, h. 26 Suf- 
folk 
Almon James, waiter, b. 88% Kinnaird 
Almorth Gustav A. telescope maker, h. 
53 Prince 
" Gustava, widow of Gusta, h. 53 
Prince 
Almy Charles, lawyer, 50 State, rm. 33, 
and judge Third District Court, 
B. h. 147 Brattle 
Alpha Delta Phi Club, J. J. Chamber- 
lain, steward, 64 Mt. Auburn 
Alphen James, teamster, h. 5 Ply- 
mouth 
" Lizzie, widow of Garrett, h. 124 

Brookline 
" Michael J. action maker, b. 5 Ply- 
mouth 
" Stephen F. teamster, b. 5 Plymouth 
" Stephen J. peddler, b. 124 Brook- 
line 
" see Halpin 
Alsten Charles, painter, h. 232 Broad- 
way 



Alston Madison, h. 6 Village 
Alteen Charles, b. 84 Washington 
Altimas John, baker, h. 6 Wesley ave. 

" Thomas, b. 6 Wesley ave. 
Altimus John F. clerk, 89 River, b. 6 

Wesley ave. 
Altmiller August B. tinsmith, Third, 

cor. Potter, h. 131 Otis 
Aire's Antone J. b. 63 Vine 
" Jacintho, laborer, h. 63 Vine 
" John J. grocer, 777 Cambridge, h. 

do. 
" Maria, h. 38 Spring 
Ambrose Addie C. Mrs. h. 8 Hurlbut 
" Edward, laborer, h. 15y 3 Hayes 
" James E. boiler maker, h. 102 

Spring 
" John L. first asst. clerk of courts, 
Third, h. at Somerville 
Ambush Charles H. h. 71 Washington 
Amee Albert F. (Amee Bros.) 1382 
Mass. ave. h. at W. Somerville 
" Bros. (John and Albert F. Amee) 

booksellers, 1382 Mass. ave. 
" John (Amee Bros.), 1382 Mass. av. 

h. 172 Hancock 
" Louise R. widow of William A. 
teacher of piano, h. 96 Ellery 
American Electric Heating Corpora- 
tion, W. E. Davis, supt. office 611 
Sears Bldg. B. h. 50 Auburn 
" Express Co. Charles A. Rogers, 

agent, 11 Brattle 
" Net & Twine Co. mnfr. Second, 
cor. Bent, office 34 Commercial, 
B. 
" Rubber Co. Ninth, cor. Potter and 
Bedford, B. 
Ames Addie E. widow of Howard B. 
h. 1862 Mass. ave. 
" Edward S. engraver, 31 Milk. B. b. 

52 Magazine 
" Henry G. action maker, b. 24 Fisk 

pi. 
" James Barr, Bussey prof, of law, 

H. U. h. 11 Frisbie pi 
" John G. carpenter, h. 24 Fisk pi. 
" John W. Mrs.fi 9 Phillips pi. 
" Winfield H. physician. 1862 Mass. 
ave. h. do. 
Amunsen Gustav, moulder, h. Hotel 

Brooks, Brooks 
Anatheo Antonio, shoemaker, h. 185 

Third 
Anderburg Edward, polisher, h. 21 

Grant 
Anderson Aaron, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 
718 Cambridge 
" Abby A. Mrs. nurse, h. 16 DeWolfe 
" Abraham, farm hand, h. 3 Willis ct. 



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103 



Anderson Albert, mach'st,h. 103 Cherry 
" Alfred, shoe treer, b. 32 Richdale 

ave. 
' Alfred W. student, b. 23 Hudson 
' Allen, brass finisher, h. 20 Glen- 
wood ave. 
' Amelia A. widow of Thomas, h. 32 

Richdale ave. 
' Andrew M. h. 273 Portland 
1 Andros P. ladder maker, h. 131 

Spring 
' Annie E. Mrs. h. 38 Carver 
' Arthur G. civil engineer, h. 250 

Brookline 
' August, painter, b. 6 Parnell 
' August, piano maker, b. 707 Main 
' August, teamster, h. 131 Garden 
' August B. piano maker, h. 237 

Broadway 
' August G. laborer, h. 107 Gore 
' Augustus E. clerk, B. b. 158 Auburn 
' Axel, cabinet maker, b. 116 Wash- 
ington 
' Axel, machinist, b. 37 Berkshire 
1 Carl, coppersmith, b. 95 Harvard 
' Carl, laborer, b. 481 Cambridge 
' Carl E. laborer, b. 469 Cambridge 
' Carl J. engineer, h. 165 Putnam av. 
' Charles, carpenter, b. 713 Cam- 
bridge 
' Charles, h. 81 Fifth 
' Charles, herdic, h. 129 Putnam ave. 
' Charles, laborer, h. 20 Washington 
' Charles, stone cutter, h. 6 Conlons 

ct. 
' Charles, teamster, h. 139 Fifth 
' Charles A. foreman board maker, 

530 Main, h. at Clarendon Hills 
' Charles E. clerk, 8% Mt. Auburn, h. 

10 Tremont 
' Charles H. clerk, 88 DeWolf, h. 

Elmer 
' Charles J. manager, 134 Mass. ave. 

h. at Brookline 
' Clarence, teamster, h. 99 Spring- 
' David, wire worker, h. 69 Sidney 
' Duncan C. hairdresser, b. 20 An- 
' Eben, clerk, h. 586 Mass. ave. 

drews 
' Edmond C. clerk, 100 Tremont, B. 

h. 81 Green 
' Edward, h. Hastings, cor. Portland 
' Edwin, furniture maker, b. 125 

Cherry 
' Emille, piano maker, b. 718 Cam- 
bridge 
' Erick, cornice maker, b. 95 Har- 
vard 
' Ernest S. cigars, B. h. 14 Fairmont 
' Ernest S. Jr. cigars, B. b. 14 Fair- 
mont 



Anderson Eva C. h. 74 Dana 

Frank, at 169 Gore, h. 107 do. 
Frank, bookkeeper, 728 Mass. ave. 

h. at Boston 
Frank, clerk, B. h. rms. 30 Jay 
Frank, machinist, h. 2 Broadway 
Frank, painter, h. 7 School pi. 
Fred, awning maker, h. 79 Tremont 
Fred L. machinist, b. 149 Harvard 
Frederick James, carpenter, h. 456 

Columbia 
Frederick, hostler, h. 16 Washing- 
ton 
Frederick, watchman, h. 709 Cam- 
bridge 
George, jobber, h. 20 Andrews 
George, wire worker, b. 69 Sidney 
George D. boot black, h. 7 Magee 
Grace, clerk, 1420 Mass. ave. b. 15 

Brewer 
Gustaf, carpenter, b. 41 Prospect 
Gustaf, wire worker, b. 95 Columbia 
Gustav, cabinet maker, b. 37 Berk- 
shire 
Gustav, shoemaker, h. 549 Main 
Gustave, clerk, B. b. 158 Auburn 
Ida, bakery, 97 Cherry, h. 103 do. 
Isabel Mrs. grocer, 92 Elm, rms. 49 

Market 
James, carpenter, builder, and 
vaulting pole mnfr. 16 Bath, h. 

15 Brewer 
James, carpenter, h. 133 Pleasant 
James, laborer, h. 27 Elmer 
James, mariner, b. 31 Magnolia av. 
James, porter, B. b. 291 Columbia 
James A. driver, 1402 Mass. ave. b. 

16 Beaver 
James E. laborer, b. 35 Hastings 
James E. laborer, h. 124 Hastings 
John, clerk, 1420 Mass. ave. h. 23 

Hudson 
John, driver, b. 303 Vine 
John, laborer, b. 8 Willis ct. 
John, cabinet maker, h. 472 Winsor 
John, shoemaker, h. 707 Main 
John, wire worker, b. 95 Columbia 
John A. draughtsman, B. b. 6 

Cushing ave. 
John A. laborer, h. r. 78 Boylston 
John E. teamster, 122 Broadway, h. 

do. 
John W. blacksmith's helper, h. 45 

Bristol 
John W. cooper, h. 230 Brookline 
Knute A. foreman baker, h. 155 

Cherry 
Louis, box maker, h. 80 Washington 
Mary Mrs. h. 539 Main 
Mary E. widow, h.l5a Howard 



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Anderson Olaf N. piano maker, h. 56 
Market 
" Olof, b. 273 Portland 
" Olof, teamster, h. 137 Brookline 
" Oscar, blacksmith, h. 95 Harvard 
" Oscar, can maker, b. 55 Clark 
" Pahr O. carpenter, h. 247 Chestnut 
" Per A. coppersmith, b. 81 Pine 
" Peter, farmer, h. 6 Cashing' ave. 
" Peter, iron moulder, rms. 284 

Broadway 
" Peter, laborer, b. 481 Cambridge 
" Peter, laborer, h. 157 Thorndike 
" Robert, clerk, 1420 Mass. ave. h. 2 

Walker st. pi. 
" Robert Mrs. h. 69 Sidney 
" Stephen, undertaker, 781 Cam- 
bridge, and overseer of the poor, 
h. 72 Spring 
" Stephen R. state prison officer, 

Charlestown, h. 67 Otis 
" Sven John, machinist, h. 121 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Sven J. cabinet "maker, h. 118 Otis 
" Sven J. machinist, h. 55 Webster av. 
" Theodore, laborer, h. 9 Hotel Dor- 
chester 
" Thomas, bookkeeper, h. 87 Third 
" Thomas I. carpenter, h. 21 Suffolk 
" Walter J. special police, b. 16 De- 
Wolfe 
" Wilhemina Mrs. h. 24 Washington 
" William, baker, 1906 Mass. ave. h. 

at Somerville 
" William, laborer, h. 78 Murray 
" William, teamster, h. 16 Beaver 
" William, teamster, h. 294 Webster 

ave. 
" William J. driver, 1402 Mass. ave. h. 

7 Banks 
" William J. g-alvanizer, h. 61 Prince 
" William T. upholsterer, 7 Bow, b. 

16 Beaver 
" Yalmer, b. 36 Portsmouth 
Andino Axel J. h. 10 Lowland ave. 
Andren Adolph, fresco painter, Boston 

Museum, h. 109 Winsor 
Andress Walter, marine, h. 184 Elm 
Andrew Elizabeth, widow of David, h 
15 Marney 
" Francisco, h. 95 Second 
" Francisco, Jr. billiards, 32 Cam- 
bridge, and hairdresser, 183 do. 
h. 185 do. 
" Joseph J. book binder, b. 11 Walnut 

ct. 
" Manuel, barber, 183 Cambridge, b. 
do. 
Andrews Albert H. clerk, h. 114 Pearl 
•' Antone, printer, h. 338 Vine 
" Ardelia A. Mrs. h. 9 Day 



Andrews Arthur, tack mkr. b. 95 Pine 
" David H. prop. Boston Bridge 
Works, Sixth, cor. Binney, office 
70 Kilby, rm. 83, B. h. at New- 
ton Centre 
" Edward A. b. 27 Ware 
" Eliza, h. 100 Hampshire 
" Eliza B. widow of Elias E. h. 95 

Pine 
" Ernest E. shipper, b. 95 Pine 
" George E. clerk, B. b. 206 Harvard 
" John D. case maker, h. 206 Harvard 
'" John L. drug' clerk, 43 Hanover, B. 

h. 4 Holworthy 
" Joseph, upholsterer, 25 Brattle, b. 

at Mt. Auburn 
" Mabel, clerk, 3 Austin, b. 833 Main 
" Peter, iceman, h. 8 Ninth 
" Robert E. student, b. 1044 Mass. av. 
" Robert R., D. D. S. 1308 Mass. ave. 

h. 1044 do. 
" Sanford, painter, h. 147 Banks 
" Sophronia L. widow of Wilson, h. 

833 Main 
" Warren A. band saw, h. 19 Lopez 
" William H. clerk, b. 206 Harvard 
Andros Henry S. apothecary, 697 Mass. 

ave. h. 27 Inman 
Andword Thorwald, engineer, h. 8 Suf- 
folk 
Anell John, tinsmith, b. 81 Hampshire 
Angell Fred P. baker, rms. 89 Green 
" John, cooper, h. 145 Gore 
" Martin, laborer, h. 265 Portland 
Angiin Ellen, widow of John, h. 35 
Harding 
" James F. milkman, 37 Cowper- 
thwaite, h. do. 
" Kate Mrs. h. r. 159 Franklin 
" Mary A. Mrs. grocer. 24 Flagg, h. 

do. 
" Mary T. h. 37 Cowperthwaite 
" Michael, shipper, b. 24 Flagg 
" Michael J. teamster, h. 37 Cow- 
pert hwaite 
" Patrick J. clerk, 55 Mt. Auburn, b. 

37 Co wx^ert hwaite 
" Thomas, milkman, at Brookline, b. 
37 Cowperthwaite 
Angus Charles R. b. 236 Columbia 

ANGUS HENRY S. building 
mover, 45 Market, h.236 Columbia. 
See page 799 
Amiable Anna, student, R. C. b. 48 Mt. 

Pleasant 
Annas Walter R. car conductor, h. 58 

Winthrop 
Annis Alexander H. harness maker, 
rms. 39 Pleasant 
" Everett F. paper colorer, h. 115 Kin- 
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105 



AnseJl Stephen, pointer, h. 129 Mun- 
roe 
" William E. American Rub. Co. h. 14 
Portsmouth 
Anshelm August, silversmith, b. 158 
Harvard 
" John H. shoemaker, 158 Harvard, 

h. do. 
" Louis J. printer, h. 80 Hampshire 
Ansley Eliza, variety store, 719 Main, 

h. 707 do. 
Anthony Charles, compositor, h. 97 
Pine 
" Charles A. foreman, 145 Broadway 
" Edward M. machinist, b. 128 Otis 
" Elizabeth M. Mrs. h. 28 Linnaean 
" George F. laborer, h. 2 Hotel Shir- 
lejs School 
Apel Daniel C. h. 117 Spring 
" Frederick, police, station 3, h. 146 

Spring" 
" Henry W. roller maker, 100 Milk, B. 
h.490 Cambridge 
Appleby Georg-e A. bath rooms, 134 j 

Hampshire, b. 157 Elm 
" " Ira, baker, b. 50 Plymouth 
" Mary A. widow of Mark H. h. 157 | 
Elm 
Applegate A. Judson, jeweler, 571 

Mass. ave. h. 24 Ellsworth ave. 
Appleton Charles H. engineer, B. & A. 
R. R. h. 1 Rockingham pi. 
" Charles T. P. h. S3 Putnam ave. 
" George B. h. 19 Ware, suite 3. 
" Herbert D. architect, B. b. 3 Ells- 
worth ave. 
APPLETON JOHNH.counsellor- 
at-law, 23 Court, rm. 614, B. house 
361 Harvard. See page 854 
" Sarah A. h. 3 Ellsworth ave. 
Applin Delia N. h. 7 Dover 
" Gustaf, baker, 91 Elm, h. 56% Mar- 
ket 
Apsey Albert S. lawyer, 2105 Mass. av. 
and 5 Tremont, B. h. 20 Haskell 
Arahill Clara A. bookkeeper, b. 1153 
Cambridge 
" Edward, shipper, b. 1153 Cambridge 
" Mary E. widow of Henry, h. 1153 
Cambridg-e 
' Arbuckle William H. clerk, B. h. 100 
Green 
Archambeau Alfred, helper, 1440 Mass. 
ave. b. 15 Mellen 
" Alfred, h. 15 Mellen 
Archdeacon John P. foreman, 113 

Broadway, h. at Roxbury 
Archibald Elmer E. buver, B. h. 134 
Elm, N. C. 
" Isaac W. Mrs. h. 164 Winsor 
" Raymond, b. 104 Inman 



Archibald Robert, engineer, h. 25 1 /, 

Dunster 
Arena Nazzareno, hairdresser, 148a 

Harvard, h. 320 Main 
Arendt August, at Sugar Refinery, h. 

26 Winter 
Arenstrup Ferdinand, stone cutter, 

h. 257a Sidney 
Arey Alfred E. expressman, h. 23 
Howard 
" Almira C. widow of David B. mil- 
liner, h. 239 Western ave. 
" Frank W. clerk, b. 239 Western ave. 
" Jennie A. h. 10 Upton 
" Reuben Mrs. h. 81 Washington av. 
Arkerson George W. clerk, F. R. R. h. 
51 Hubbard ave. 
" Morrill W. coal and wood, 384 Put- 
nam ave. h. at Allston 
" Olive, widow of Francis, h. 336 Nor- 
folk 
Amies Clara A. teacher, English High 

school, b. 467 Broadwaj r 
Armstead David, laborer, h. 20 Mur- 

dock 
Armstrong Alfred O. teamster, h. 278 
Broad wa,y 
" Charles (Charles Armstrong- & Co.), 

Riverside Press, h. at Allston 
4i Charles P. clerk, Riverside Press, h. 

at Allston 
" Ellen, widow of Irwing-, h. 6 Har- 
vard pi. 
" Francis J. foreman, 145 Broadway. 

h. 86 Plymouth 
" Henrietta, widow of John, boarding' 

house, 890 Main, h. do. 
" Henry J. bar keeper, B. h. 27 

Bolton 
" Irwin, potter, h. 15 Beaver 
" James, job team, 47 Porter, h. 49 do. 
" James H. mason, h. 1119 Cambridge 
" James H. tinsmith, h. 265 Sidney 
" James L. blacksmith, h. 104 Thorn- 
dike 
" Jane, widow 7 of James, h. 46 Hol- 

yoke 
" John, teamster, b. 49 Porter 
" Louis, caterer, h. 4 Ninth 
" Lucretia, b. 335 Western ave. 
"■ L. William, clerk, h. 4 Ninth 
" Osman S. electrician, and book- 
binder, h. 308 Pearl 
" Osmon, master mariner, h. 2439 

Mass. ave. 
" Rose Mrs. dry goods, 2441 Mass. av. 

h. 2439 do. 
" Thomas, mason, h. 3 Brewery 
" William, carpenter, h. 51 Porter 
" William, marble polisher, B. h. 27 
Bolton 



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Armstrong- William J. S. plasterer, b. 
95 Richdale ave. 
" & Co. (Charles Armstrong), lith- 
ographers, R. P., Blackstone and 
4 Park, B. 
Arnaud Augusta M. Mrs. h. 28 William 
Arno John, b. 52 Austin 
Arnold Alice G. teacher, b. 10 Frisbie 
pi. 
" Edith M. teacher, b. 271 Pearl 
" Edmund K. student, H. U. b. 10 

Frisbie pi. 
" Emma F. widow of George A. h. 

1683 Cambridge 
" George, collector, h. 1611 Mass. av. 
" George B. stenographer, B. b. 271 

Pearl 
" Harry J. manager, 146 Tremont, B. 

h. 168 Magazine 
" John H. librarian, Law School, H. 

U. h. 10 Frisbie pi. 
" Lois A. Mrs. h. 10 Frisbie pi. 
" Margaret, nurse, rms. 2439 Mass. 

ave. 
" Martha E. widow of Charles H. h. 

271 Pearl 
" Robert F. carpenter, h. 30 Mill 
" Walter H. dentist, 25 Tremont, B. 
" Roland M. bookbinder, b. 267 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Sameul, fireman, h. 224 Charles 

h. 12 Whittier 
" William E. machinist, h. 200 Elm 
Arnoldson Gustave, piano maker, h. 4 

Pioneer 
Arnott Alexander, potter, A. H. Hews 

& Co. h. at East Boston 
Arntz Arne, jour, tailor, B. b. 50 Hub- 
bard ave. 
Arrelle Ovide, laborer, h. 12 Brookford 
Arruda Adolph, hairdresser, b. 12 

Magnolia ave. 
Arsenault Joseph, carpenter, h. r. 237 
Franklin 
" Nicholas, machinery oiler, h. 349 

Columbia 
" Pierre R. belt maker, B. h. 21 Har- 
vey 
Artesani Alexander X. book finisher, 
R. P. b. 162 Putnam ave. 
" Alfred, shoemaker, 598 Mass. ave. 

h. 162 Putnam ave. 
" Anthony F. book finisher, R. P. h. 

168 Putnam ave. 
" Frank, helper, b. 162 Putnam ave. 
" William N. printer, b. 162 Putnam 
ave. 
Arthur Lizzie, widow, h. 23 Murdock 
" Pearley J. mailing clerk, R. P. b. 5 
Rockwell 



Arthur Samuel M. pressman, U. P. h. 

42 Church 
Artridge James, teamster, b. 20 Leigh- 
ton ct. 
" John, teamster, b. 20 Leighton ct. 
" Thomas, teamster, b. 20 Leighton 
ct. 
Artz Abraham Lincoln, ins. inspector, 
B. h. 44 Fairfield 
" see Haartz, also Hartz 
Ash Charlotte, h. 19 Elmer 
" James, plasterer, h. 303 Webster av. 
" Justin, janitor, Felton Hall, h. 21 

Hovey ave. 
" Robert, laborer, b. 27 Brewery 
" Victor P. painter, h. 20 School 
" Walter, laborer, h. 28 Soden 
Ashby James D. waiter, h. 34 Pine 
Ashcroft Jane F. clerk, 899 Main, b. 
28 Sidney 
" John F. foreman, 83 Clark, h. 2? 

Sidney 
" Mary, widow of Joseph, h. 28 Sid- 
ney 
" Mary E. teacher, St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, b. 28 Sidney 
Asher John M. foreman, 6 Whitney ct. 

h. 66 Griggs 
Ashley Mabel T. teacher, Webster 
school, b. 17 William 
" William J. prof, economic history, 
H. U. h. 6 Acacia 
Ashman Eliza Mrs. h. 26 Decatur 
Ashton Charles H. instructor, H. U. h. 
92 Wendell 
" James W. painter, 71 Jay, h. do. 
Askewitch Harry, tailor. 1289 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Boston 
Associated Charities of Cambridge, 671 

Mass. ave. 
Astwood Charles, clerk, B. b. 128 Nor- 
folk 
" Henry C. C. Rev. pastor St. Paul's 
church, h. 128 Norfolk 
Atherton Harry H. salesman, b. 349 
Broadway 
" Lewis B. painter, h. 124 Spring 
Atkins Arthur W. h. 286 Pearl 

ATKINS CHARLES, paper 
hanger and painter, 27 Prospect, 
house 30 Upton. See page 802 
" Charles E. paper hanger, 27 Pros- 
pect, h. 11 Green 
" Francis J. paper hanger, b. 30 

Upton 
" Henry W. hats. etc. B. h. 10 Leon- 

t ard ave. 
" John R, stair builder, h. 81 Garfield 
" Walter D. pressman, h. 99 Pleasant 



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DIRECTORY 



107 



Atkinson Andrew, h. 12 Rockwell 
" Annie, widow of William, h. 956 

Cambridge 
" Edward, paper hanger, 15 Athens 

pi. h. do 
" Robert, rubber worker, h. r. 79 In- 

man 
" Sarah Mrs. h. 1619 Mass. ave. 
" Thomas F. clerk, h. 116% Ininan 
" William, at Woven Hose, b. 956 

Cambridge 
" William R. salesman, B. h. 45 Bel- 
mont 
Attner Albert L. clerk, b. 1 Sidney 
" Mary J. widow of Thomas F. h. 45 

Pearl 
M Thomas G. taidor, 493 Wash. B. h. 
4 Sidney 
Attridge James, teamster, 495 Main 
Attwill William H. at Observatory, 

rms. 14 Shepard 
Attwood J. Lorenzo, bookkeeper, 583 
Mt. Auburn, h. at W. Somerville 
Atwater James K. motor man, h. 89b 

Hampshire 
•" Michael, teamster, b. 89b. Hamp- 
shire 
At wick Frances A. widow of Thomas 

C. boarding house, 19 Cottage 
Atwood Annie D. h. 25 Clinton 
" Arthur H. provisions. 48 North, B. 

h. 75 Wendell 
" Benjamin F. Mrs. h. 5 Chester 
" Charles H. dry goods, Leverett, B. 

h. 133 Otis 
" David, oysters, 32 Faneuil Hall sq. 

B. h. 99 Magazine 
" Lucinda H. Mrs. h. 34 Walden 
" Mary M. h. 10 Upton 
" Sarah A. teacher, B. h. 34 Walden 
Aubert Louis, h. 151 Hamilton 
Aubin M. H. stenographer, 2 Central 

sq. b. at Alls ton 
Audiffred Henry, Rev. pastor Notre 
Dame de Petie church, h. 3 Har- 
vey 
Aughinbaugh George B. collector, h. 

86 Washington 
August Albert, physician, 322 Broad- 
way, h. do. 
" Amos, laborer, h. 313 Cambridge 
" Joseph, at 169 Gore, h. 5 Squire ct. 
" Manuel, laborer, h. 747 Cambridge 
Anrelius Henrv B. clerk, 5 Essex, h. 

220 Norfolk 
Auringer Joseph, mail driver, h. 5414 

Broadway 
Austin Alexander J. clerk, b. 61 
Spring 
" Benjamin, clerk, 669 Mass. ave. b. 
107 Austin 



Austin Florence L. music teacher, 62 
Prospect, rms. do. 
" George M. commission broker, 28 

State, B. b. 196 Pearl 
" George P. engineer, h. 333 Pearl 
" George T. carver, h. 116 Putnam av. 
" James, clerk, B. b. 27 Bolton 
" James, porter. University Museum, 

h. 137 Putnam ave. 
" James A. student, b. 61 Spring 
" John A. conductor, h. 100 Hol- 

worthy 
" Julia M. widow of Alexander, h. 97 

Gore 
" Kate, dressmaker, h. 97 Gore 
" Margaret, widow, b. 100 Holworthy 
" Margaret, widow, h. 2 Grant 
' Nellie E. widow of Thomas F. h. 27 

Bolton 
" Sophia I. widow of Charles J. h. 12 

Fifth 
" Susannah, widow of William, b. 11 

Mead 
" Thomas, weigher. II. S. R. h. 61 
Spring 
Authier Aldric, clerk, B. b. 268 Walden 
" Azarie (A. Authier & Son), h. 268 

Walden 
" Azarie G. clerk, 2060 Mass. ave. and 
(A. Authier & Son) b. 268 Wal- 
den 
" A. &, Son (Azarie and Azarie G. Au- 
thier), hairdressers, and furni- 
ture, 51 Sherman 
" Joseph O. provisions, 63% Rindge 

ave. h. 21 Rice 
" J. Ralph, clerk, 101 Rice, h. 65% 

Rindge ave. 
" Louis, cornice maker, B. b. 268 Wal- 
den 
Avakian Paul, at Am. R. Co. h. 381 

Western ave. 
Avard Harold, painter, 704 Mass. ave. 

rms. 40 Brookline 
Avenel Emil, glass blower, h. 282 Web- 
ster ave. 
Averett Charles, engine cleaner, B. h. 

1 Magazine ct. 
Averill Abbie U. Mrs. h. 108 Austin 
" Arthur B. clerk, H. U. h. 108 Austin 
" Emma, widow of Leonard M. h. 30 

Fairmount 
" George, salesman, B. b. 100 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" Gerry C. carpenter, h. 287 Pearl 
" John, city carpenter, Hampshire, 

h. 1257 Cambridge 
" Lucy J. widow of Eben, h. 63 In- 

man 
" Nellie, box maker, h. 1257 Cam- 
bridge 



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Averkin 



wood worker, h. 126 



Tremont 

Avery Alexander, teamster, h. 36 Lopez 
" Benjamin, soap maker, h. 7 Valen- 
tine 
" Caroline J. widow of Jabez, h. 143 

Washington 
" Charles H. mill hand, h. 452 Winsor 
" Ella R. Mrs. teacher, Taylor school, 

b. at Med ford 
" Eugene, railroad, h. 541 Cambridge 
" George F. engineer, h. 181 Main 
" James, blacksmith, B. h. 18 Wilbur 
" James N. b. 18 Wilbur 
" Jesse W. manager, 85 River, h. 14 

Laurel 
" John, gate tender, h. 32 Broadway 
" Joseph J. foreman, 172 Pearl, h. 18 

Valentine 
" Laura A. Mrs. b. 434 Mass. ave. 

suite 4 
" Marina P. coal and wood, 85 River, 

h. 14 Laurel 
" Simon, carpenter, h. 2 Shepherd's 

blk. Plympton 
" W. D. Winslow, clerk, 85 River, h. 

94 do. 
Avon Home, The, 309 Mt. Auburn 
Axel Akerblom, b. 1713 Mass. ave. 
Axtman Francis, fire alarm operator, 

City Hall, h. 46 Spring 

AXTMAN JOHN, die maker. 
Third, cor. Potter, house rear 46 
Spring. See page 843 
" Louis A. machinist, B. b. 48 Spring 
Ayars Mary W. widow of Henry M. h. 

329 Broadway 
Ayer Olive, widow of Henry, h. 7 
Dover 
" see Eyre 
Ayers Henry Jesse, laborer, h. 305 
Portland 
" Hubert Y. h. r. 159 Broadway 
" John, lineman, b. 305 Portland 
" Mary Ann, widow of Andrew J. h. 

43 Kinnaird 
" Thomas, carver, h. 80 Fifth 
" Thomas N. clerk, B. h. 80 Fifth 
" William F. cabinet maker, B. h. 106 

Otis 
" see Eayrs 
Ayles James, clerk, 729 Mass. ave. h. 

254 Green 
Aylsworth Walter P. bookkeeper, 640 

Main, h. at Faneuil 
Aylward Gabriel Augustine, cigar 
packer, h. 383 Winsor 

AYLWARD JAMES F. lawyer, 
649 Mass. ave. and Tremont bldg. 
B. house 51 Norfolk. See page 857 



Aylward Johanna T. widow of James, 

h. 65 Otis 
John, laborer, b. 22 Harding 
John J. letter carrier, B. h. 22 

Montgomery 
Kate M. Mrs. grocer, 124 Putnam 

av. h. do. 
Mary, widow, h. 22 Harding 
Peter, granite polisher, 51 Main, h. 

189 Third 
Richard H. police station 2, h. 1539 

Cambridge 
Richard J. clerk, 143 Norfolk, h. at 

Somerville 
Walter, laborer, b. 22 Harding 
W r illiam J. carpenter, h. 39 Harvey 
William P. clerk, b. 39 Harvey 
Ayotte Peter, cornice maker, h. 13 

Brookford 

BAADER SAMUEL, baker, h. Moxon's 

Block, Green 
Baalack Arvid, mechanical engineer, 3 

Central sq. h. 367 Harvard 
Babb Elmer E. plumber, 8 Brattle, h. 

63 Grigg 
Babbitt Albert, bronzer, h. 219 Pros- 
pect 
" Charles A. wood turner, 384 Main, 

h. 147 Columbia 
" Isabel, school teacher, b. 221 Nor- 
folk 
" Martha L. secretary, English High 
school, h. 219 Prospect 
Babcock Ernest, clerk, b. 337 Western 
ave. 
" Frank H. varnish mnfr. 104 Water, 

B. h. 31 Inman 
" Henry L. express, B. rms. iy 2 Union 
Babin Paul P. clerk, 55 Rindge ave. b. 

do. 
Babineau Anthony. driver, h. 193 
Brookline 
" Thomas, carpenter, h. 47 Clay 
Babson Charles, clerk, 111 Commer- 
cial, B. h. 300 Prospect 
" Frank, clerk, 1174 Cambridge, b. 300 

Prospect 
" Harriet C. widow of Edward, h. 9> 

Ellery 
" Margaret C. h. 98 Ellery 
Bachelder Mary A. teacher. Latin 

school, b. 199 Prospect 
Bachler Anton, inspector, 1290 Mass. 

ave. h. at Boston 
Bachman Otto, laborer, h. 27 Winter 
Bacigalupo Charles, plumber, b. 21 
Shepard 
" Frank, tismith, b. 21 Shepard 
" Louis, clerk, 1394 Mass. ave. b. 21 
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109 



Backoff Frank, h. 11)1 Western ave. 
" John, currier, h. Tannery 
" Stephen, fruit, 1394 Mass." ave. h. 21 

Shepard 
Backus Amelia, widow of George C. h. 

102 Fourth 
' Simeon S. car conductor, h. 31 Bald- 
win 
Bacon Charles E. clerk, 492 Mass, ave. 

bds. 41 Fourth 
" Emeline S. widow of John F. h. 

1919 Mass. ave. 
" Franklin G. clerk, F. R. R., B. b. 

122 Hancock 
" Fred, piano tuner, 162 Broadway, 

h. at Boston 
" Harriet A. widow of Robert, h. 124 

Austin 
Harry S. watchmaker, 1857 Mass. 

ave. b. 1919 do. 
" James P. student, H. U. b. 80 Gar- 
field 
" James P. stenographer, 19 Pember- 

ton sq. B. h. 80 Garfield 
" John F. watchmaker, 1857 Mass. av. 

h. 1919 do. 
" John G. carriage painter, h. 59 

Walker 
" Joseph G. O. wood carver, h. 96 

Dudley 
" J. Murray, paints, 147 Milk, B. h. 

1717 Cambridge 
" Lucy A. widow of Warren, h. 17 Lee 
' Maria J. teacher, Stearns school, b. 

315 Broadway 
" Mary A. Mrs. h. 315 Broadway 
" M. Clinton (Richardson & Bacon), 

coal, foot Dunster, h. 27 Chester, 

W T . Somerville 
" Nellie L. stenographer, B. b. 124 

Austin i 

11 Newton S. student, H. M. S. b. SO ' 

Garfield i 

" Walter F. Mrs. h. 122 Hancock J 

" Warren L. clerk, B. 122 Hancock 
" William H. mate, Met. S. S. Co. h. i 

1904 Mass. ave. | 

Badeau Julius, carver, rms. 93 Thorn- 
dike 
Badger Charles H. (National Box Co.) 

45 Harvard, h. at Maiden 
' Deming E. chief engineer, C. E. L. 

Co. h. 165 Chestnut 
" Walter I. lawyer, 53 State, B. h. 5 

Mercer Circle 
" William C. H. (W. C. H. Badger & 

Co.) furniture mnfrs. 20 Albany, 

h. at Boston 



BADGER W. C. H. & CO. (Wm. 
C. II.Badger and George F.Tyler), 
furniture mnfrs. 20 Albany. See 
page 8*24 
Baeder Paul, laborer, h. 75 Winter 
Baer John, machinist, h. 106a Harvard 
" Louis Mrs. h. 169 Bridge 
" Sophia, widow of John, h. 234 

Broadway 
" Sophie M. clerk, b. 234 Broadway 
" William G. granite cutter, b. 234 
Broadway 
Bagdasarian Barnabas D. copper- 
smith. B. h. 20 Allston 
" Ignatius, h. 5 Brewer 
Baggs Stephen W. carpenter, h. 116 

Amory 
Baglev Cornelius, farm hand, h. 36 
Reed 
" Michael, Jr. laborer, h. 24 Decatur 
" see Begley 
Baid Joseph, barber, b. 214 Webster 

ave. 
Bailey Albert D. engineer, B. & M. R. 
'R. h. 64 Thorndike 
" Alfred, mason, h. Waverly, near 

Fort Washington 
" Alfred .1. oil team, h. 175 Elm 
" Benjamin F. express messenger, B. 

& M. R. R. h. 5 Wyeth 
" Charles, shoemaker, 3 Douglass, h. 

56 Austin 
" Charles M. electrician, B. b. 1534 

Cambridge 
" Edward B. foreman, N. P. & P. Co. 

Somerville, h. 1534 Cambridge 
" Edwin S. foreman, B. h. 59% Pleas- 
ant 
" Elmer L. driver, 328 Vine, h. 76% 

Thorndike 
" Eugene A. (Bailey & Co.), watch- 
maker, 881 Main. h. 35 Brook- 
line 
" Francis C. salesman, h. Groveland 
" Francis E. bookkeeper, 360 Main, h. 

at E. Watertown 
" Frederick H. teacher. B. h. 70 Wen- 
dell 
" George A. b. 64 Thorndike 

BAILEY HOLMS R. lawyer, 53 
State, rm. 905, B. house 4 Bucking- 
ham. See page 854 
" Jacob L. (J. L. Bailey & Son), h. 

22 Inman 
" John, carpenter, h. 1277 Cambridge 
" Joseph, h. 2 Harold pi. 
" Joseph, machinist, h. 13 Green 
" J. L. & Son (Jacob L. and Samuel 
W.), brokers, 175 Cambridge and 
493 Washington, B. 



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Bailey Matthew, butcher, b. 8 Squire's 
ct. 
" Morris J. clerk, 1 Austin, h. 1 Pine 
" Oakley H. (O. H. Bailey & Co.) 

lithographer, 83 Inman, h. do. 
" O. H. & Co. (Oakley H. Bailey) pub- 
lishers, S3 Inman 
" Rishton T. h. 2224 Mass. ave. 
" S. Wilson, clerk, b. 22 Inman 
" Sara A. teacher, Allston school, b. 

60 Prospect 
" Sophia L. Mrs. h. 1534 Cambridge 
" Theodore A. tinsmith, h. 64 Waverly 
" William, laborer, h. 25 Third 
" & Co. (Eugene A. Bailey) jewelers, 

881 Main 
" see Bayley 
Bailot Eugene, clerk, b. 4 Chestnut pk. 
" Mary Ann, widow, h. 4 Chestnut 
park 
Bain Donald H. polisher, b. 115y 2 
Hampshire 
" Mary, widow of Philip, h. 115% 
Hampshire 
Baird Charles William, job team, h. 
1121 Cambridge 
" Edward P. Mrs. h. 25 Harris 
" George H. flag man, B. & A. R. R. h. 

1 Pearl st. pi. 
" Grace I. at R. P. h. 1 Pearl st. pi. 
" Helen J. widow of Irah, h. 1 Pearl 

st. pi. 
" John, laborer, h. 311 Vine 
" John, rms. 25 Dyke 
" Robert B. 87 Summer, B. h. The 

Inman 
'' see Beard 
Baker Albert W. asst. shipper, h. 48 
Market 
" Alden F. organist, h. 97 Pine 
" Alfred Mrs. h. 32 Harvey 
" Alfred F. painter, 10 Pearl, h. 26 

Essex 
" Alvah S. court officer, Court House, 

Third 
" Arven T. carpenter, h. 15y 2 Baldwin 
" Catherine C. Mrs. h. 2 Holmes pi. 
" Charles, salesman, B. rms. 28 River 
" Charles L. W. foreman, High, cor. 

Purchase, B. h. 375 Prospect 
" Eben, salesman, B. h. 56 Putnam av. 
" Edgar P. (Baker & Carney), grocer, 

529 Mass. ave. h. 33 Pearl 
" Edward A. expressman, b. 51 Pine 
" Edward H. (Baker-Hunnewell Co.), 
coal, 161 Main, 624 Mass. ave. 11 
Brattle, also 20 Exchange pi. and 
127 Cambridge, B. h. 112 Lake 
View ave. 
" Eldridge, crackers, 29 Franklin, h. 
Ill Museum 



Baker Eliza A. Mrs. dressmaker, 1 

Blake, h. do. 
" Elizaoeth, widow of Benjamin, h. 

91 Gore 
" Elizabeth, widow of William A. h. 

47 Ellery 
" Ellerv, car conductor, rms. 9 Mifflin 

pL 
" Francis, printer, h. 120 Otis 
" Frank S. clerk, B. b. 15% Baldwin 
" Frederick G. driver, 626 Mass. ave. 

h. 51 Pine 
" George P. asst. prof. H. U. h. 195 

Brattle 
" George W, silver plater, h. 135 Sec- 
ond 
" Harry E. salesman, B. h. 69 Concord 

ave. 
" Helen E. widow of Washington I. 

h. 12 Center 
" Henry, teamster, b. 91 Gore 

BAKER-HUNNEWELL CO. 
(Edward H. Baker and William A. 
Hunnewell), coal and wood, main 
office, 161 Main, branch offlces,624 
Mass. ave. 11 Brattle, 127 Cam- 
bridge and 20 Exchange place, B. 
See front cover 

" Ida Mrs h. 45 River 

" Ida Mrs. h. 21 South 

" John, car washer, b. 27% Gore 

" John F. periodicals, 426 Cambridge, 
h. 33 Sixth 

" John L. carpenter, b. 2366 Mass. av. 

" Josephine H. Mrs. b. 9 Saville 

" Mary E. widow, h. 14 Cottage 

" Mary F. b. 20 Clinton 

" Michael, laborer, b. 125 Gore 

" Moore, h. 94 Magazine 

" Nathan W. h. 112 Lake View ave. 

" Nathaniel, grocer, 143 Pearl, h. 21 
Cottage 

" Nathaniel, Jr. buyer, 143 Pearl, b. 
21 Cottage 

" Osborn H. janitor, h. 51 Pine 

" Robert L. draughtsman, B. b. 1 
Blake 

" Robert S. car washer, Soin. h. 7 
Reed 

" Thomas, ins. h. 26 Eighth 

" Walter, organ pipe maker, b. 91 
Gore 

" Walter A. painter, 604 Mass. ave. h. 
1 Soden pi. 

" William A. banker and stock brok- 
er, 42 Water, B. h. 30 Park 

" William A. clerk, b. 134 River 

" William F. sign painter, h. 24 Soden 

" William I. machinist, 123 Main, h. 
7 Hampshire pi. 



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111 



Baker William T. tms'tr, h. 5 Carlisle 

" & Carney (Edgar P. Baker and Ed- 
win A. Carney), grocers, 529 
Mass. ave. 
Balam John, rubber worker, h. 121 
Spring 

" Sarah Mrs. h. 121 Spring 
Balch Fanny E. h. 109 Ellery 

" George L. h. 109 Ellery 

" John E. clothing cutter, b. 109 El- 
lery 
Balcom Arthur W. plumber, 850 Main, 
h. 336 Pearl 

" Betsey, widow of Willard, b. 336 
Pearl 
Baldrey Stephen, teamster, h. 121 
Thorndike 

" William F. bookkeeper, b. 121 
Thorndike 
Baldwin Alice C. teacher, Latin school, 
b. 197 Auburn 

" Elizabeth, widow of Charles S. h. 
197 Auburn 

" Elizabeth J. teacher, Morse school, 
b. 197 Auburn 

" Lewis F. (Baldwin & Dorsey), real 
estate, 545 Mass. ave. h. 196 Pros- 
pect 

" Louisa A. widow of Loanimi, h. SI 
Brattle 

" Maria L. prin. Agassiz school, b. 196 
Prospect 

" Nicholas, engineer, Memorial Hall, 
H. U. h. 28 Dunster 

" Richard, carpenter, h. 10 Hillard pi. 

" Sophia E. proofreader, University 
Press, h. 81 Brattle 

BALDWIN & DORSEY (Lewi? 
F. Baldwiu and Jos. A. Dorsey). 
real estate, mortgage and insur- 
ance brokers, 545 Mass. ave. See 
page 800 
Balestreiri Thomas, tailor, 1400 Mass. 

ave. b. at Allston 
Balfe Annie, widow of Patrick, h. 58 
Porter 
" Ellen, widow of Peter, h. 379 Co- 
lumbia 
" John, clerk, b. 379 Columbia 
" John, laborer, b. 58 Porter 
" William J. clerk, Am. E. Co. b. 379 
Columbia 
Ball A. Lawrence, salesman, 74 Frank- 
lin, B. h. 45 Erie 
" Calvin S. provisions, 3 Union mar- 
ket, B. h. 18 Pleasant 
" Edward C. steam fitter, h. 107 Win- 
ter 
BALL ELIJAH, baker, 3 Austin, 
and 627 Mass. ave.h. 12 State. See 
page 819 



Ball Eliza A. widow, h. 9 Fifth 
iw Eudora A. widow of John L. h. 2 

Ellsworth pk. 
" Frederick C. clerk, 3 Union market, 

B. b. 18 Pleasant 
" Jennie M. h. 407 Broadway 
" Joseph G. baker, 3 Austin, h. do. 
" J. Alfred, order clerk, B. b. 2 Ells- 
worth pk. 
" Samuel W. clerk, B. b. 3 Austin 
" T. Henrv, law stationer, 49 Court, 

B. b. 123 Otis 
" Walter M. expressman, 251 Cam- 
bridge, b. 9 Fifth 
Ballam Susan, widow of Alexander, h. 

25 DeWolf 
Ballantine Robert J. tin stamper, 385 

Putnam ave. h. 47 Hancock 
Ballard Arthur H. coachman, 15 Liu- 

naean, b. do. 
Balleau David, barber, b. 44 Austin 
Ballou Mary A. Mrs. matron, Cam- 
bridge Hospital, Mt. Auburn 
Ballweg Frank M. gardener, h. 102 Put- 
nam ave. 
Balmer Bichard, upholsterer, 19 Hil- 
liard, h. do. 
" William, horseshoer, 21 Church, h. 

23 Ellsworth ave. 
" William M. veterinary surgeon, 21 

Church, h. 78 Dana 
Balsor Fred, shipper, 284 Norfolk, h. 

1359 Cambridge 
Bancroft Edward, barrels, r. 930 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Somerville 
" Griffing, student, H. U. b. 96 Brattle 
" Hubert H. h. 96 Brattle 
" Jacob, lawyer, 19 Milk, B. rms. 380 

Harvard 
" Joel C. No. Cambridge, Somerville 
and Boston express, 815 Somer- 
ville ave. rms. 24 Davenport 
" Joseph H. h. 380 Harvard 
" Paul, student, H. U. b. 96 Brattle 
" William A. lawyer, 28 State, rm. 49, 
B. h. 5 Putnam ave. 
Bandick Christian G. at B. B. W. b. 163 

Portland 
Banes Edward, carpenter, b. Brattle 

Square Hotel 
Ban fill William H. carpenter, h. 141 

Franklin 
Bangs Charles M. salesman, B. h. 10 
Dana 
" Fred L. salesman, B. h. 10 Dana 
" Helen B. b. 10 Dana 
" Lincoln Mrs. h. 10 Dana 
" Sylvanus, laborer, h. 153 Gore 
" see Banks 
Banham Herbert, provisions, 61 and 91 
Brookline, h. 10 Cottage 



112 



CAMBRIDGE 



[B] 



DIRECTORY 



Banister George P. box maker, h. 46 

Clark 
Banks Albert, clerk, 1280 Mass. ave. h. 
40 Kinnaird 
" Daniel L. waiter, h. 61 Hastings 
" David S. porter, B. h. 299 Columbia 
" Dennis B. bricklayer, b. 61 Hastings 
" Fred L. lawyer, 545 Mass. ave. h. 

322 Western ave. 
" George N. porter, h. 27 Washington 
" Hattie, widow, h. 153 Hastings 
" Henry, laborer, h. 8 Murray 
" James, h. 14 Ninth 
" James E. porter, h. 330 Columbia 
" James H. waiter, h. 26 Soden 
" John, watchman, h. 134 Elm 
" Joseph, clerk, b. 134 Elm 
" Mary, widow of Joshua, h. 27% 

Dunster 
" Matthew, coachman, h. 139 Pine 
" Michael J. conductor, B. & A. R. 

R. h. 15 Rocking'ham 
" Mildred A. Mrs. dressmaker, 330 

Columbia, h. do. 
" Parker, pressman, U. P. h. 30 Wen- 
dell 
" Richard, paver, rms. 13 Lime 
" Robert, laborer, b. r. 55 Harvard 
" Robert C. jobber, h. 29 Jay 
" Simeon, waiter (B.), b. 51 Cedar 
" Virginia Mrs. h. r. 54 Franklin 
" William H. sawyer, h. 14 Harrison 
Ban nan Bridget, widow of Michael, h. 
59 Boylston 
" Frank, teamster, h. 32 Grant 
" Michael, harness cleaner, 35 Church, 

b. 59 Boylston 
" Patrick, driver, Richardson & 
Bacon, h. 84 DeWolfe 
Philip, watchman, foot Ash, h. 5 
Beaver 
" see Bran nan 
Baptist Home, The, for aged ladies, 

308 Brook line 
Baptist e Joseph, presser, b. 70 Spring 
Barber Abraham M. clerk, 109 Brook- 
line, h. 24 Somerset 
' Allen C. brass finisher, b. 40 Mar- 
ket 

BARBER ASPHALT PAV- 
ING CO. (THE), Charles Har- 
ris, agent, First, next the Broad 
Canal bridge, and 70 Kilby, B. 
See page 5 

" Bessie, widow of Samuel, h. 262 
Western ave. 

" Bros. (Ernest Barber), provisions, 
109 Brookline 

" David A. piano action mnfr. 12 Os- 
born. b. ISO Harvard 



Barber Ernest( Barber Bros, prov'ns, 
109 Brookline, and grocer, 24 
Somerset, h. at Chicago 

" Frances A. widow of John E. dress- 
maker, 271 Broadway, h. do. 

" Fred A. action maker, b. 180 Har- 
vard 

" Rachel, widow, h. 59 Washington 

" Robert, iron moulder, h. 180 Har- 
vard 

" Robert S. moulder, b. 180 Harvard 

" Samuel, carriage painter, h. 223 
Broadway 

" William, peddler, b. 24 Somerset 
Barbey Christina D. teacher, Sargent 
school, h. at Watertown 

" Francis A. salesman, b. 56 Lincoln 

" Jacob A. h. 56 Lincoln 

" Jacob A. Jr. bookkeeper, b. 56 Lin- 
coln 

BARBOUR ALFRED L. sec. 
and treas. Cambridge Mutual Fire 
Ins. Co. and notary public, 763 
Mass. ave. h. at West Newton 

" Frank H. discount clerk, 60 Con- 
gress, B. b. 12 Ellery 

" Lovis H. widow of James S. h. 12 
Ellery 

" Philip W. clerk, 205 Broadway, b. 
8 Bigelow 

" Stockwell Co. (Walworth O. Bar- 
bour, Fred F. Stockwell, Henry 
R. Luther and John P. Win- 
lock), machinists, 205 Broadway 

" Walworth O. (Barbour, Stockwell 
Co.), h. 8 Bigelow 
Barcelo Raphael J. bookbinder, h. 137 

Franklin 
Barclay Alexander, tinsmith, 27 Frank- 
lin, b. 70 do. 

" Louis P. bookkeeper, 410 Western 
ave. h. at Roxbury 
Bardwell Francis N. furniture, SI 
Union, B. h. 19 Inman 

" Francis N. Jr. clerk, B. b. 19 In- 
man 

" Fred, train despatcher, B. b. 1980 
Mass. ave. 

" see Bodwell 
Barker Adie, clerk, B. b. 20 Rockwell 

" Alexander A. gatekeeper, south 
gate, Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. 22 
Lexington ave. 

" Bertha I. teacher, b. 22 Lexington 
ave. 

" Cora A. artist, b. 22 Lexington ave. 

" Edgar H. clerk, B. b. 11 Blake 

" Edward T. supt. of city delivery, P. 
O., B. h. 56 Buckingham 

" Harrington, student, M. I. T., B. b. 
283 Huron ave. 



CAMBRIDGE "£] DIRECTORY 



113 



Barker Henry A. bonnet frame maker, 

B. h. 11 Blake 
" John, carpenter, 283 Huron ave. h. 

do. 
" Joseph C. printer, h. 559 Mass. ave. 
" ,). Herbert, carpenter, b. 283 Huron 

ave. 
" Lewis J. driver, 1064 Cambridge 
" Samuel F. salesman, h. 12 Rocking- 
ham 
" William, h. 7 King place 
" William H. at Am. Net and Twine 

Co. Second, h. 116 Fourth 

Barkman Jerard, clerk, b. 1 Pond pi. 

Barlow Archer H. waiter, h. 168 Elm 

" Isaac A. Mrs. h. r. 150 Broadway 

Barn a by Arthur, letter carrier, 28 

Brattle, b. 1V 2 Somerset 
Barnard Albert, E. engineer, h. r. 168 

Franklin 
" Alex. G. express messenger, B. h. 

94 Franklin 
" Amelia J. Mrs. millinery, 653 and 

715 Mass. ave. h. 24 Magazine. 
" Edward A. millinery, 653 and 715 

Mass. ave. h. 24 Magazine 
" Emma D. forewoman, R. P. h. 29 

Erie 
" George, teamster, h. 97 Washington 
" Lucy A. Mrs. h. 29 Dana 
" May E. asst. 1308 Mass. ave. b. 168 

Franklin 
" Solomon H. clerk, B. h. 29 Sidney 
" William H. clerk, 535 Main, h. 65% 

I nma n 

Barndollar Frank, stock broker, B. h. 

26 Amory 
Barnes Albert E. com. mer. B. b. 12 
. Harris 

" Albert M. sugar broker, 38 Central, 
B. h. 25 Lancaster 

" Allan F. student, H. U. b. 25 Lan- 
caster 

" Arthur W. clerk, b. 11 Kinnaird 

" A. Lillian, soubrette, b. 11 Kinnaird 

" David H. h. 11 Kinnaird 

"Francis J. physician, 65 Brattle, h. 
do. 

" Frank W. conductor, F. R. R. h. 
224 Huron ave. 

" George W. hardware, etc. 2047 Mass. 
ave. h. at West Somerville 

" Harriet E. Mrs. h. 4 Putnam ct. 

" Helen Mrs. h. 384 Norfolk 

" Herbert, conductor, h. 25 Antrim 

" James G. mariner, h. 13A Cedar 

" Jeptha D. clerk, 600 Mass. ave. b. 

II Kinnaird 

' John, note teller. Merchants Na- 
tional Bank, 28 State, B. h. 31 
Bowdoin 



Barnes John B. h. 384 Norfolk 
4i John B. Jr. at North's, b. 384 Nor- 
folk 
" Karl S. student, H. U. b. 25 Lan- 
caster 
" Louise M. widow of James F. h. 12 

Harris 
" Mary, h. 9 Park 

" Mary A. dressmaker, b. 384 Norfolk 

" Robert R. farm hand, h. 85 Green 

" William W. clerk, 87 Milk, B. h. 

14 Leonard ave. 

Barnett Alexander, cigar maker, h. 147 

Brook line 

" Bernard, at 27 Franklin, b. 147 

Brookline 
" Mark A. cigar packer, b. 147 Brook- 
Hue 
Barney Charles, carriage painter, r. 10 

Brattle, h. 1307 Cambridge 
Banviim Ambrose J. clerk, B. b. 423 

Broadway 
" George M. clerk, B. b. 423 Broad- 

\va v 
" Geo. M. foreman, 168 Gore, h. 423 

Broadway 
Baron Benjamin F. brass finisher, h. 

67 In man 
" Christiauna F. L. widow of Herman 

A. C. h. 11 Portland 
" see Barron 
Barow Alice Mrs. h. S3 Rindge ave. 
" Joseph, carpenter, h. 1 Railroad 
" Louis, painter, h. 21 Jackson 
" Louis Jr. painter, b. 21 Jackson 
" William H. asst. engine man, 
Ohem. No. 2, h. 182 Lake View 
ave. 
Barr Arthur H. clerk, B. b. 209 Green, 
su. 6 
" A. Lyman, tuner, h. 209 Green 
" David L. printer, h. 14 Magee 
" Jane, widow of Peter, h. 344 Pearl 
" Jessie C. bookkeeper, 231 Pearl, b. 

344 do. 
" Peter A. h. 27 Whitney ave. 
Barrell James S. master, Harvard 

school, h. 342 Broadway 
Barrett Annie Mrs. h. lib Valentine 
" Arthur, floor layer, h. end Claren- 
don ave. 
" Bridget, widow of John, h. 8 North 
" Catherine, widow, b. 20 Railroad 
" Charles C. machinist, h. 45 Bristol 
" Charles E. salesman (B.). b. 14 

Garden 
" Daniel B. conductor, B. & A. R. R. 

h. 22 Leonard ave. 
" Edward, laborer, h. 3 Porter 
" Edward G. sexton, St. Paul's 
church, B. h. 39 Walker 



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CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY 



Barrett Ellen M. b. 47 Crescent 
" Florence H. principal, Boardman 

school, b. 29 William 
" Frank M, fireman, h. 110 Gore 
" Henry, photographer, h. 96 Otis 
" Henry, Jr. clerk, 612 Atlantic ave. 

B.^b. 96 Otis 
" Henry F. at 29 Franklin, b. 47 

Harding" 
" James E. clerk, b. 47 Harding 
" James T. agent, b. 8 Parnell 
" Johanna, widow of John, h. 7 Lech- 
mere place 
" John, b. 73 Bristol 
" John J. laborer, h. 267 Portland 
" John J. laborer, h. 267 Portland 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 48 Green 
" Louis G, draughtsman, 8 Beacon, 

B. b. 39 Walker 
" Margaret, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 7 

Porter 
" Michael, h. 16 Arling-ton 
" Michael, laborer, h. 47 Harding 
" Michael J. h. 8 Parnell 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 179 Otis 
" Patrick J. laborer, h. 20 Railroad 
" S. Emma, teacher, Agassiz school, 

b. 341 Broadway 
" William, laborer, h. 293 Main 
" William, laborer, h. 8 Ninth. 
" William J. clerk, B. h. 98 Allston 
Barri Joel G. civil engineer, h. 24 
Magazine 
" Martin, engineer, h. 24 Magazine 
Barriant Margaret A. h. 8 Ninth 
Barrier Louise Mrs. dressmaker, 51 

Norfolk, h. do. 
Barring'er Amos, laborer, h. r. 57 Har- 
vard 
" May, laborer, b. r. 57 Harvard 
Barrington George T. police, station 1, 
h. 40 Cushing 
" Henry, clerk, h. 113 Hastings 
" Josephine W. Mrs. dressmaker, 40 
Cushing, h. do. 
Barron Abraham, driver, tinware cart, 
h. 458 Columbia 
" James, teamster, b. 30 East 
" Louis L. ivory polisher, h. 73 Tre- 

mont 
" Walter, foreman cooper, h. 136 

Hampshire 
" William E. lumber surveyor, h. 223 
Broadway 
Barrow John, teamster, h. 201 Third 
" Joseph N. janitor, B. h. 48 Green 
" Mariy Mrs. grocer, 201 Third, h. do. 
" Thomas, furniture finisher, b. 203 

Third 
" William, Jr. box maker, b. 203 
Third 



Barrow William J. laib'r, h. 203 Third 

Barrows Bertha L. bookkeeper, 1390 

Mass. ave. b. 9 Mifflin pi. 

" Fred S. portrait painter, b. 8 Beech 

Barry Abbie C. bookkeeper, 430 Mass. 

ave. b. 347 Broadway 

" Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 347 

Broadway 
" Catherine G. clerk, 443 Mass. ave. 

b. 347 Broadway 
" Charles, marble cutter, h. r. 42 

Washington 
" David, laborer, h. 8 Winter 
" David J. h. 57 Rindge ave. 
" David J. Jr. clerk,; .2271 Mass. ave. 

— b. 57 Rindge ave. 
" Edward, laborer, b. 1 Lechmere pi. 
" Ellen, widow of William, b. 15 Win- 
ter 
". Garrett, b. 342 Norfolk 
" Garrett, laborer, b. 19 Seventh 
" Garrett, laborer, h. 144 Willow 
" James, hostler, 209 Cambridge, h. 

97 Winter 
" James, laborer, b. 23 Porter 
" James J. peddler, b. 48 Harding 
" James W. (J. W. Barry & Co.), 2435 

Mass. ave. h. 9 Wilbur 
" Jeremiah F. rubber worker, b. 59 

Fourth 
" Johannah, widow of Dennis, h. 1129 

Cambridge 
" John, box maker, h. 16 Spring 
" John, laborer, b. 55% Franklin 
" John, laborer, h. 11 Vandine 
" John D. clerk, S. B. b. 57 Rindge av. 
" John J. freight handler, h. 134 

Thorndike 
" John J. laborer, h. 151 Brookline 
" John J. marble worker, b. 342 Vine 
" John W. machinist, h. 297 Third 
" John W. motorman, h. 647 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" J. Edward, bookkeeper, B. b. 347 

Broadway 
" J. W. & Co.' (James W. Barry), bi- 
cycles, 2435 Mass. ave. 
" Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 59 

Fourth 
" Margaret E. clerk, 587 Mass. ave. h. 

288 Prospect 
" Mary, widow, h. 342 Vine 
" Mary A. widow of William J. h. 133 

Thorndike 
" Mattis, h. 7 Norris 
" Michael, hostler, b. Brattle Square 

Hotel 
" Michael, laborer, h. 33 Cowper- 

thwaite 
" Michael, laborer, h. 17 Oak 



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Barry Michael F. potatoes, b. 388 Nor- 
folk 
" Michael H. hair dresser, 8 Harding, 

h. 10 Hotel Dorchester 
" Nicholas, grocer, 91 Fourth, h. do. 
" Patrick J. baker, 1061 Cambridge, 

h. 1059 do. 
" Patrick, carriage painter, h. 4 Nich- 
ols pi. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 62 Winter 
" Patrick, moulder, b. 10 Broadway 
" Patrick E. clerk, b. 151 Brookline 
" Patrick F. clerk, 322 Cambridge, h. 

59 Fourth 
" Philip, tailor, h. 81 Broadway 
" Richard, blacksm'h, 910 Cambridge, 

h. 385 Norfolk 
" Richard J. hairdresser, iy 2 Brattle, 

rms. 2 Wallace terrace 
" Richard L. case maker, h. 347 

Broadway 
" Thomas, receiving clerk, B. & M. 

R. R.. B. h. 171 Spring 
" Timothy, potatoes. 388 Norfolk, h. 

do. 
yi William, car conductor, b. 342 Vine 
" William, laborer, h. 16 East 
" William J. at Boston Ice Co. Prison 

Point, h. 9 Second 
41 William J.press boy, b. 151 Brookline 
Barteaux Blanche B. music teacher, 1). 

262 Green 
" Edward J. stair builder, h. 262 

Green 
Barter Thomas, spectacles, h. 17y 2 

Baldwin 
Barthelemey Alfred L. floor layer, h. r. 

50 Rindge ave. 
Bartlett Addie L. teacher, Harvard 

school, b. 179 Columbia 
" Alden S. gents' furnishings, 72 Han- 
over, B. h. 49 Garfield 
" Charles H. architect, 622 Mass. ave. 

h. at Arlington 
" Clarence G. clerk, 28 Bridge, b. 9 

Park 
" Daniel, pottery. 335 Putnam ave. h. 

26 Sands 
" Daniel E. student, b. 1673 Cambridge 
" Daniel M. carpenter, h. 40 Clark 
" Edward, driver, 543 Mass. ave. h. 

Kinnaird 
" Edward E. cabinet mkr. h. 83 Pearl 
" Edwin A. express, h. 69 Jay 
" Elizabeth, widow of Elmer, h. 83 

Pearl 
'" Enoch, janitor. Little's block, h. 2 

Dunster 
" Ernest S. draughtsman, 622 Mass 

ave. b. at Arlington 
" Frank C. finisher, h. 81 Webster av. 



BARTLETT FRANK D. livery 
stable, 12 Soden, house 10 do. See 

page 828 
" Frank W. confectionery, B. h. liy 2 

Soden 
" Pied 0. student, b. 1673 Cambridge 
" George A. regent, Univ. Hall. rms. 

26 Beck Hall 
" Harvey F. clerk, 169 Gore, h. at 

Somerville 

BARTLETT HORACE S. drug- 
gist, 1338 Mass. ave.house 1712 do. 

See page 98 
" James H. machinist, h. 55 Broadway 
" John. h. 165 Brattle 
" John, pressman, h. 148 Fifth 
" John A. city lamplighter, h. 105 

Pleasant 
" J. Gardner, printer, B. h. 9 Park 
" Katherine P. widow of Daniel, h. 

1673 Cambridge 
" John T. janitor, The Dunster, h. do. 
" Lydia F. dressmaker, 6 Ash st. pi. 

* h. do. 
" Mary H. widow of David C. h. 55 

Essex 
" William H. carpenter, h. 30 Baldwin 
Bartley Edward, laborer, h. 22 East 
Barton Charles E. clerk, 604 Mass. ave. 

h. 6 Kinnaird 
" Clarence E. clerk, 1265 Cambridge, 

h. at Somerville 
" George H. prof. M. I. T„ B. h. 16 

Lexington ave. 
" George M. driver, Cambridge Laun- 
dry, h. 1 5 9 Western ave. 
" Sarah Mrs. dressmaker, 13 Maynard 

pi. h. do. 
" William T. painter, h. 235 Vine 
Barty William, machinist, h. Moxon's 

bldg. Green 
Bascom Annie A. h. 333 Main 
" Edith M. h. 333 Main 
" Julia R. Mrs. h. 74 Sacramento 
Basley Charles K. real estate, h. 180 

Prospect 
Bass Charles A. apothecary, 1051 Mass. 

ave. h. at Boston 
" George S. clerk, 4 Central sq. h. at 

Quincy 
" George S. salesman, b. 45 Prospect 
" Minor H. h. 24 Essex 
Bassett Arthur, brass finisher, h. 54 

Broadway 
" Charles A. teamster, h. 20 Plymouth 
" Dorothy J. Mrs. h. 88 Lake View 

ave. 
" Emma Mrs. variety store, 54 Broad- 
way, h. do. 
" Joseph, sawyer, b. 35 Pearl 



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Bassett Simon S. painter, h. 72 Magee 
William A. mattress maker, h. 8 
Cottage 
Bastian Fred W. waiter, h. 322 Green 
Bastrash Colix, carpenter, h. 256 Vine 

" Teddy, lather, b. 4iy 2 Jackson 
Batchelder Aaron E. carpenter, b. 123 
Hastings 
" Abbie P. milliner, B. b. 112 Antrim 
' Charles, grocer, b. 281 Broadway 
" Charles E. h. 7 Kirkland 
" E. Constantia, widow of John M. h. 

3 Divinity ave. 
" Frank E. bookkeeper, 27 Sudbury, 

B. h. 60 Gorham 
" Fred A. supt. Som. h. 41 Creighton 
" George Rev. h. 19 Wendell 
" George F. printer, b. 146 Hamilton 
" Harold H. civil engineer, b. 146 
Hamilton 
Isabel, b. 3 Divinity ave. 
" Lester E. casket maker. Som. b. 10 

Fairfield 
" Linwood F. draughtsman, h. 10 

Fairfield 
" Marianne W. widow of Samuel, h. 6 

Hilliard 
" Mary A. Mrs. teacher, 199 Prospect 
" Mary E. h. 6 Hilliard 
" Preston A. asst, supt. P. O., B. h. 

Ill Washington 
" Samuel F. student, H. U. h. 6 Hil- 
liard 
" Susan C. widow of Francis L. h. 7 

Kirkland 
" William F. i>olice, station 2, and 
court officer, h. 146 Hamilton 
Bateheller Edgar B. clerk, b. 528 Mass. 
ave. 
" Joseph T. clerk, 463 Mass ave. h. 
528 do. 
Batchelor Josepn, tool maker, 205 

Broadway, h. 33% Tremont 
Bateman Luther H. civil engineer, B. 
h. 13 Orchard 
" William, teamster, b. 95 Winter 
Bates Anna, h. 252 Sidney 
" Anna P. Mrs. h. 56 Dana 
" Annie, widow of Samuel, h. 205 Vine 
" Caroline D. h. 56 Dana 
" Charles, salesman, 27 Winter, B. h. 

56 Dana 
" Charles F. driver, 1906 Mass. ave. h. 

7 Madison 
" Edward B. collector, b. 33 Norfolk 
" Eliza E. widow of James B. h. 41 

Church 
" Eliza J. widow of John S. h. 24 

Shepard 
" Erastus C. h. 145 Washington 



Bates Esther A. Mrs. h. 45 Brattle 
" Fletcher, bookkeeper, B. h. 10 El- 

lery 
" Frank W. baker, b. 2 Lawrence 
" George (Standard Action Co.), ac- 
tion maker. 12 Osborn, h. 268 
Broadway 
" George, receiver, W. E. St. By. Co. 

1376 Mass. ave. b. 24 Shepard 
" Georg*e, washer, 35 Church, h. at 

Boston 
" George N. janitor, City bldg. h. 33 

Norfolk 
" Harriet A. widow of Joseph C. h. 

282 Green 
" Herbert H. master, Wellington 

school, h. 20 Wendell 
" Howland C. draughtsman, B. b. 24 

Shepard 
" James E. lawyer, 15 Congress, B. h. 

41 Church'' 
" James Frank, foreman store dept. 
Am. R. Co. h. 16 Ellsworth ave. 
" John, baker, h. 74 Brookline 
" Richard, h. 252 Sidney 
" Rosamond A. h. 607 Main 
" Walter, machinist, h. 224 Broadway 
" Walter T. b. 24 Shepard 
" William X. instructor (Philadel- 
phia), b. 56 Dana 
Batson Charles, h. 338 Columbia 
" William L. porter, h. 338 Columbia 
Battello Manuel, laborer, h. 196 Vine 
Battencourt Antonio, cracker baker, b. 

12 Magnolia 
Battiste John, porter, B. h. 18 Hews 
Battle General, car cleaner, h. 20 Mur- 
dock 
" Nellie M. b. 109 Avon Hill 
Battles Matthew R. moulder, h. 179 y 2 

Harvard 
Batts John, teamster, h. 4 Cottage 

row 
Batty Charles E. janitor, h. 259 Co- 
lumbia 
" David W. iron worker, h. 59 Broad- 
way 
" Ellen, widow, h. 259 Columbia 
Batum E. William, laborer, h. 340 
Winsor 
" William H. student, b. 340 Winsor 
Baumeister Augustus, plumber, 5 
Brattle, h. 6 Felt on 
" Augustus J. plumber, 5 Brattle, h. 

6 Felton 
" Frank E. plumber, 5 Brattle, h. at 

Somerville 
" William L. at Tube Works, h. 183 
Clark 
Baumgarten John B. gardener, h. 45 
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Bax- 



Cam- 



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Rindge 
B. 



are. 



Baxter Alexander, clerk, Herald office, 
B. b. 39 Erie 
" Frank, clerk, B. b. 168 Hampshire 
" George A. clerk, B. b. 168 Hamp- 
shire 

BAXTER GEORGE E. hard- 
wood lumber, 223 to 239 Bridge. 

See page 796 
" George L. Mrs. h. 20 Elmwood ave. 
" John A. trav. salesman, 27 Frank- 
lin, h. 39 Erie 
" John R. clerk, B. b. 168 Hampshire 
" Joseph, clerk, B. h. 8 Village 
" Joseph F. (Gallagher & Baxter), 

bicycles, 1361 Cambridge, b. 168 

Hampshire 
" Margaret F. widow of Robert, h. 

168 Hampshire 
" Marshall, clerk, b. Smith D 

ter's 
" May L. bookkeeper, 1092 

bridge, b. 168 Hampshire 
" Robert C. auctioneer, b. 341 Colum 

bia 
" Smith D. carpenter, TV 

Co. h. r. end Lawn 
Bay State Brick Co, r. 124 

office, 15 Court sq. 

BAY STATE CONFECTION- 
ERY CO. George E. Warren, 
manager, 141 Hampshire. See 
page 821 

BAY STATE LAUNDRY (Cool- 
idge & Caswell), proprietors, 136 
Franklin. See page 13 
' State Metal Works, coppersmiths, 
etc. 49 Harvard 
Bayard Roland R. driver, 6 Soden, h. 

Ill Pleasant 
Bayley Augustus R. (A. R. Bavlev & 
Co.), 637 Mass. ave. h. 133 Austin 
" A. R. & Co. (Augustus R. Bayley), 
apothecaries, 637 Mass. ave. 
Frances, widow of Stephen, h. 85 
Putnam ave. 
" Francis A. civil engineer, b. 133 

Austin 
" see Bailey 
Baylies John T. h. 209 Harvard 
Bayliss Edward E. trav. salesman, h. 
135 Chestnut 
" Edward L. student, b. 135 Chestnut 
" Hattie, h. 135 Chestnut 
Bazette John,, mason, h. 16 North 
Bazin Charles E. watchman, 26 Black- 
stone, h. at Allston 
" Frank W. order clerk, D. Wilcox & 
Co. Portland, h. at Boston 
Beach John M. miller, h. 81 Sixth 
Beacon , salesman, rms. 204 Co- 
lumbia 



Beaird Daniel H. laborer, h. 23 Oak 

Circle 
Beal Albert E. engineer, B. h. 211 
Hampshire 

" Ellen, h. 479 Broadway 

" Maria J. b. 217 Auburn 

" Mary, boarding house. 103 Green 

" Sarah E. clerk. B. h. 2] 7 Auburn 
Beale Joseph H. Jr. asst. prof, of law, 

H. U. h. 13 Chaunoy 
Beals Joseph ,1. jeweler. B. h. 2002 
Mass. ave. 

" Otis, rms. 26 Norfolk 

" William Col. decorator. 98 Court, B. 
h. 18 Brookline 
Beaman George H. h. 27 Everett 

" George W. pay insp. U. S. N. h. 27 
Everett 

" Horace G. painter, h. 21 Crescent 
ave. 

" Norman H. book agent, b. 21 Cres- 
cent ave. 
ilea mis Fred, cashier, B. b. 94 Frank- 
lin 

" William, clerk. B. b. 94 Franklin 
Beamish Margaret, widow of Abra- 
ham, h. 118 Fourth 

" Richard, junk dealer, h. 118 Fourth 
Bean Asa D. mason, 2l> Norfolk, h. do. 

" Charles A. carpenter, h. 2049 Mass. 
ave. 

" Edgar L. reporter, 573 Mass. ave. h. 
at Somerville 

" Ephriam W. laundryman, h. 153 
Auburn 

" George W. Jr. watchmaker, 613 
Mass. ave. b. at Somerville 

" James S. cigars, 465 Winsor, h. do. 

" James W. (Cambridge Chronicle 
Co.) 573 Mass. ave. h. at Somer- 
ville 

" John, clerk, 465 Winsor, b. 463 do. 

" John, 2d, trav. salesman, b. 463 
Winsor 

" John C. pattern maker, liO Main, 
h. 55 Columbia 

" Joseph D. teamster, h. 812 Main 

" Joseph W. gymnastic instructor, 
and ball player, b. 300 Prospect 

" Mary A. widow of Henry O. h. r. 49 
Hampshire 

" Oliver H. pattern maker, h. 4 Wat- 
son 

" William H. cabinet maker, h. 300 
Prospect 
Beane Enoch (Enoch Beane & Co.), 
provisions, 1238 Mass. ave. h. 9 
Ellery 



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BEANE ENOCH & CO. (Enoch 
and George A. Beane), provisions, 
fish and groceries, 1236 and 1238 
Mass. ave. See page 814 

" George A. (Enoch Beane & Co.) 
provisions, 1238 Mass. ave. h. 8 
Prescott 

" Horace E. (H. E. Beane & Co.) h. 
140 Mt. Auburn 

" H. E. & Co. (Horace E. and Joseph 
Beane), provisions, 140 Mt. Au- 
burn 

" Joseph (H. E. Beane & Co.), h. 140 
Mt. Auburn 

" Tempe Mrs. h. 140 Mt, Auburn 
Bearce Elijah D. agent, Chelmsford 
Foundry Co. 140 Portland, h. 
at Chelmsford 
Beard Abbie F. widow of Luke, h. 12 
Linnaean 

" Alfred, clerk, h. 2 Baldwin pi. 

44 Edward L. at 102 State, B. h. 154 
Brattle 

" see Baird 
Beardsell Hannah Mrs. b. 133 River 

" Harriet E. widow of William J. h. 
19 Bellevue ave. 

" William Lee, student, H. U. b. 19 
Bellevue ave. 
Beardsley Charles F. electrician, h. 430 
Broadway 

" Crowell, teamster, h, 127 Washing- 
ton 
Bearse David II. h. 1664 Mass. ave. 

" Henry, carpenter, b. 90 Green 

" Martin, carpenter, b. 37 Prospect 

" Thomas, tailor, b. 37 Prospect 
Beaton Alexander, carpenter, h. 52 
Boylston 

" George F. barber, 109 Western ave. 
h. 1423 Cambridge 

" Hugh, laborer, h. 2 Arnold pi. 
Beattay John C. foreman, Am. R, Co. 

h. 205 Norfolk 
Beatteay Josephine, h. 19 Myrtle ave. 
Beattie Bros. (Charles R. and David) 
grocers, 2574 Mass. ave. 

" Charles R. (Beattie Bros.) b. 2 Bis- 
marck 

" David (Beattie Bros.), b. 2 Bis- 
marck 

" Reba, bookkeeper, b. 91 Thorndike 

" Robert, laborer, h. 2 Bismarck 

" Robert W. at B. & L. R. It, h. 9J 
Thorndike 

" Thomas, fireman, at Somerville, h. 
24 Eliot 

" Thomas H. blacksmith's helper, b. 
101 School 

" see Beattay, also Beatty 



Beatty Earl H. salesman, b. 579 Mass. 
ave. 
" Fred, salesman, b. 579 Mass. ave. 
" James H. sawyer, h. 146 Third 
" Mary Mrs. h. 579 Mass. ave. 
" William G. pressman, b. 26 Fair- 
mont 
" William R. bookkeeper, 10 Milk, B. 
h. 93 Austin 
Beaudein Francis X.clerk,263y 2 Broad- 
way, h. 6 Linwood pi. 
Beaulieu Joseph, laborer, h. 9 Clifton 
Beaumont Albert, carpenter, b. 12 
Essex 
" Palmer E. carpenter, h. 23 Florence 
Beauvais Antoine, h. 2 Rindgefield 
" John A. clerk, B. b. 2 Rindgefield 
" Louise E. bookkeeper, b. 2 Rindge- 
field 
" Odelle F. music teacher, 2 Rindge- 
field, b. do. 
Bebeau Joseph, brick maker, h. 4 Clif- 
ton 
Bechtel Nicholas F. piano maker, h. 

347 Harvard 
Beck Charles, teamster, b. 228 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Charles F. b. 15 Lawrence 
" Christian, at Kennedy's, b 

Hampshire 
" Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, h 

Webster ave. 
" Elizabeth C. h. 15 Lawrence 
•' George, carpenter, b. 97 Green 
" George A. switchman, h. 65 How- 
ard 
" George S. clerk, h. 15 Lawrence 
" John M. laborer, b. 293 Concord a v. 
" John P. h. 293 Concord ave. 
" Robert, frog catcher, b. 203 Concord 

ave. 
" Sarah P. h. 2 Gerry 
Becker Frank, florist. 1730 Cambridge, 
h. 1716 do. 

BECKER FRED C. florist, 1730 
Cambridge, bds. 1716 do. See 
page 812 
" George, baker, h. 45 Union 
" Henry, cornice work, b. 45 Union 
Beckett Frederick M. stenographer, b. 

76 Putnam ave. 
Beckett Jennie Mrs. h. 76 Putnam ave. 
" Joseph R. foreman, bindery, R. P. 

h. 76 Putnam ave. 
" William J. h. 5 Sparks 
Beckham David, helper, b. 63 Elm 

Beckmann Alfred, blacksmith, h. 270 

Norfolk 
Beckwith Edward P. student, M. I. T. 

B. b. 367 Harvard 



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119 



Beckwitih George C. foreman machin- 
ist, 184 Broadway, h. at Somer- 
ville 
" Leonard F. Mrs. h. 367 Harvard 
Bedard Peter, h. 33 Ninth. 
Bedell l^lialen H. expressman, h. 3 

Dickinson 
Bedford J. W. machinist, h. 93 Lincoln 
Bedore Philip, h. 7 Vandine 
Beedle Leroy W. carpenter, rms. 2 

Summer 
" Melville C. carpenter, 31 Wendell, 

h. do. 
" Wilbur F. h. 31 Wendell 
Begen Frank, fireman, b. Berkshire, 

cor. Marney 
Begley John, city teamster, h. 5 Madi- 
son ave. 
" Mary, widow, h. 26 Surrey 
Behr Carl, Jr. musician, rms. 1599 

Mass. ave. 
Behrent A. cigarmaker, h. 1222 Cam- 
bridge 
Bel anger Alfred, carpenter, h. 7A 

Brookford 
". Alphonse, laborer, h. 14 Jackson 
Belben John J. building mover, h. 63 

Grigg 
Belcher Albert W. clerk, B. b. S Salem 
" Arthur A. 29 Brattle, b. 14 Ash 
" Charles E. engineer, h. 140 Allston 
" Charles E. supt. Am. X. & T. Co. 

Second, h. at West Medford 
" Charles F. Mrs. (Mrs. C. F. Belcher 

& Co.) h. 14 Ash 
" C. F. Mrs. & Co. (Mrs. Charles F. 
and Josephine P. Belcher) con- 
fectionerv and caterers, 29 Brat- 
tle 
" Edith W. h. 70 Allston lAcaoia 

" Edward F. police station 1, h. 10 
" George A. cracker dealer, 22 Lake 
" Henry, hostler. 211 Bridge, h. 36 

Third 
" Henry, Jr. teamster, b- 36 Third 
" Jacob, car driver, h. 6 Cambridge 
" Joseph, city teamster, h. 2552 Mass. 

ave. 
" Josephine P. (Mrs. C. F. Belcher & 

Co.) h. 14 Ash 
" Sarah A. widow of Joseph W. h. 

22 Lake 
" Silence Mrs. b. 26 Bigelow 
" Willard K. painter, h. 8 Salem 
Bell Abel, porter, h. 42 Fairmont 
" Albert D. S. 39 Equitable bldg. B. 

h. 164 Brattle 
" Alexander, h. 27S Vine 
" Charles H. teamster, h. 11 Seckle 
" Colin C. pres. and treas. Laminar 
Fibre Co. Tannery, h. 1039 Mass. 
ave. 



Bell Conrad, student, H. U. b. 164 Brat- 
tle 
" Crayton H. box maker, b. 88 Plym- 
outh 
" Elizabeth, dry goods, 1357 Cam- 
bridge, rms. 1359 do. 
" Frederick W. clerk, 865 Main, b. 3 

Sterling terrace 
" Gibson, student, b. 164 Brattle 
" Harry M. engineer, h. 103 Fourth 
" Howard XV. 4 Park B. rms. 17 Dun- 

ster 
" Isaac, laborer, h. 85 Hastings 
" James F. painter, h. 32 Antrim 
" James S. supt. 141 Hampshire, h. 

50 Dana 
" Stoughton, student, H. U. b. 1<>4 

Brattle 
" William, horseshoer, 2019 Mass. av. 

b. J. Lefarve, Porter road 
" William A. at children's hospital, h. 
88 Plymouth 
Bellamy Henry A. (Bellamy & Harris), 
574 Mass. ave. h. at Arlington 
" & Harris (Henry A. Bellamy and 
Isaac C. Harris), masons and 
builders, 574 Mass. ave. 
Bellew Lawrence W. hackman, B. h. 
175 Elm 
" Robert, laborer, h. 175 Elm 
Bellis William J. mason, 29 Bolton, h. do. 

" William J. Jr. mason, b. 29 Bolton 
Bellisle William, cabinet maker, h. 195 

Hampshire 
Belliveau Albert S. tailor, h. 23 Pine 

" John R. h. 20 Harvey 
Bellows Anna F. teacher. Peabody 

school, h. 42 Shepard 
Belluche Alfred G. bookbinder, B. h. 
167 Putnam ave. 
" Andrew, carpenter, h. Ki7 Putnam 

ave. 
" Horatio, pressman, b. 167 Putnam 

ave. 
" John, laborer, h. 133 Putnam ave. 
Belnorage Felix, laborer, h. 3 Gore st.pl. 
Beltis Thomas, painter, h. 178 Brook- 
line 
Belyea Ella, compositor, B. b. 180 Ray- 
mond 
" John G. motorman, h. 17 Erie 
" Samuel S. teamster, h. 26 Eighth 
" Ward, blacksmith, h. 198 Allston 
Bemds Drucilla D. widow of George E. 
dressmaker, 44 Pearl, h. do. 
" Edward W. manager, 8 Osborn, h. 

at Ma pie wood 
" Jonathan W. Mrs. h. Walker cor. 

Shepard 
" Roland E. machinist, h. 120 Pearl 
Bendix Charles, clerk, b. 134 Austin 



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Bendix Theodore, music publisher, 98 
Berkeley, B. b. 134 Austin 
William, music teacher, 134. Austin, 
h. do. 
Benelisha, Jacob, h. 105 Brookline 
" Solomon, cigar maker, b. 105 
Brookline 
Beninati H. Frank, hairdresser, h. 63 

Allston 
Benjamin Albert W. oiler, h. 49 Prince 
Benker John Nicholas, blacksmith, h. 

r. 389 Columbia 
Benner Clarence J. motorman, h. 61 

Holworthy 
Bennett Bernard, shoemaker, h. 4 
Cowperthwaite 
" Caleb, carpenter, h. 35 Brookline 
" Charles H. car repairer, h. 352 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Charles H. Jr. car maker, h. 352 

Putnam ave. 
" Charles K. laborer, h. 16 Mill 
" Clara, teacher, Putnam school, h. 

138 Thorndike 
" Dexter F. ins. agt. 82 Water, B. h. 

1653 Mass. ave. 
" Elias, carpenter, h. 41 Jay 
" Elmer DeL. b. 1716 Cambridge 
" Emery F. pharmacist, 1238 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Maiden 
" Frank, clerk, 174 Hampshire, h. at 

Somerville 
" Harrison, clerk, 1372 Mass. ave. b. 

at Boston 
*"' Herbert, printer, b. 37 Creighton 
" Isabel, widow of Wm. S. h. 20 Tre- 

mont 
" James H. h. 17 Inman 
" John, carpenter, h. 28 Franklin 
" John, stone cutter, h. 253 Sixth 
" John W. teamster, h. 234 Walden 

BENNETT JOSIAH Q. pies. 
Cambridge Electric Light Co. and 

Fresh Pond Ice Co. h. 49 Linnsean. 

See page 3 
" Lorinda, widow, h. 112 Thorndike 
" Martha, rms. 9 Shepard 
*' Martin, laborer, h. 5 Jackson 
" Nathaniel M. photographer, rms. 41 

Inman 
" Newton W. plumber, h. 414 Putnam 

ave. 
" Samuel, carpenter, h. 1 Erie 
" Susanna D. widow of Robert, h. 37 

Creighton 
" Walter, carpenter, h. 263 Portland 
" Willard, cabinet maker, rms. 247 

Broadway 
" see Benoit 
Benney Marian, kindergarten teacher, 

b. r. 64 Prospect 
" Nathaniel, h. r. 64 Prospect 



Bennink Arthur S. clerk, B. b. 304 
Harvard 

" Carroll, student, B. b. 304 Harvard 

" Ellen A. widow of Wm. A. h. 12 
Essex 
Benshimol Max, student H. U. h. 48 

Highland ave. 
Benson, Addie M. clerk, overseers of 
the poor, b. 42 Kinnaird 

" Albert S. driver, Hook and Ladder 
No. 1, Eliot sq. h. 52 Boylston 

" Arthur B. student, M. T. school, b. 
52 Boylston 

" A. Emerson, student, H. U. b. 4 
Mercer Circle 

" Charles, floor layer, h. 50y 2 Kin- 
naird 

" Edgar B. stair builder, h. 59 Sidney 

" Emma, widow of Reinhartd, h. 1 
Clark st. pi. 

" Emma K. Mrs. h. 4 Mercer Circle 

" George, student, H. U. b. 4 Mercer 
Circle 

* Henry J. H. hairdresser, 205 West- 
ern ave. h. 42 Kinnaird 

" Jefferson T. carpenter, h. 438 Green 

" John, gardener, 1022 Mass. ave. h. 
409 Green 

" Mason D. Mrs. h. 1815 Mass. ave. 

" Oscar, painter, b. 227 Broadway 

" Patrick, at Am. R. Co. b. 253 Sixth 

" Richard P. at 117 Milk, B. b. 4 Mer- 
cer Circle 

" William H. shipper, B. b. 409 Green 
Bent Charles R. compositor, Univ. 
Press, rms. 19 Hilliard 

" George E. entry clerk, B. b. 52 Con- 
cord ave. 

" GeorgeH. ins. agt. h. 52 Concord av. 

" James, laborer, b. 413 Main 

" Mary E. h. 15 Humboldt 

" Rufus, h. 15 Sacramento 

" Sarah C. h. 15 Humboldt 
Bentley John H. h. r. 106 Fourth 

" Mary A. widow of Henry, boarding 
house, 2480 Mass. ave. 
Bento Manuel, laborer, h. 4 Lowland 

av. 
Benton Eliza C. Mrs. h. 6 Emmons pi. 

" George W. tra-v. salesman, h. 518 
Putnam ave. 

" Walter A. watch repairer, b. 6 Em- 
mons pi. 
Benwell Thomas J. salesman, A. H. 

Hews & Co. b. 4 Wright 
Benz Charles F. sausage mnfr. h. 75 
Sixth, h. do. 

" George, sausage maker, h. 73 Sixth 

" George, Jr. clerk, B. b. 73 Sixth 

" Mary M. widow of Georg-e, b. 75 
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121 



Berard Henry, driver, Girard Bros. h. 
300 Walden 
" see Barow 
Berg' John, peddler, h. 52 Fairmont 
" Matilda, rubber worker, h. 83 A 
Tremont 
Bergen Joseph Y. Jr. teacher, High 

school, B. h. 47 Raymond 
Berger John, shoemaker, h. 39 Cow- 

perthwaite 
Bergeron Albert, b. 5 Cottage Park 
ave. 
11 Cleophas, painter, h. 27 Clifton 
" Cleophe Mrs, dressmaker, 5 Cottage 

Park ave. h. do, 
" Henry, cook's helper, B. b. 5 Cot- 
tage Park ave. 
" Nicholas, brickmaker, h. 23 Donnell 
" Philip, cook, N. M. Cofran & Co.'s 

boarding' house, Vassar lane 
" Treffle, watch man. h. 5 Cottage 
Park ave. 
Bergesen B. E. Rev. h. 65 Pleasant 
Bergin Edward, laborer, b. 154 Amorj- 
" John, hostler, h. 2 r. Bennett 
" John T. laborer, b. 154 Amory 
" Kiernan, mason, 154 Amory, h. do. 
Bergloff Charles, carver, h. 05 Charles 

" Charles, Jr. carver, b. 05 Charles 
Bergman Carl, moulder, h. 549 Alain 
" C. Gus, b. 171 Broadway 
" John, h. 305 Portland 
Bergquist Benedicta, widow of Peter, 
b. 250 Harvard 
" John, machinist, h. 56 Portsmouth 
Bergstrom Charles, shoemaker, 1252 
Alass. ave. h. 15 Sparks 
" J. laborer, b. 469 Cambridge 
" Pery, music teacher, 440 Alass. ave. 
h. do. suite 8 
Beirsford Jane, widow of William, h. 
3 Dickinson 
" William H. carpenter, h. 1 Dickin- 
son 
Berke Anthony, laborer, h. 114 Sixth 
Berkeley Catharine C. h. 75 Clark 
" David Jr. stone cutter, h. 63 School 
" Ludlow J. painter, b. 82 Kinnaird 
" Margaret Airs. h. 82 Kinnaird 
" Patrick A. shoemaker, B. h. 82y 2 

Kinnaird 
" Patrick A. Jr. soap maker, 172 

Pearl, b. 84 Kinnaird 
" Thomas, painter, b. 82 Kinnaird 
' ; William F. plumber, b. 82 Kinnaird 
Berlyn Esther, bookkeeper, 566 Alass. 
. ave. b. 35 Brookline 
" Alorris, cigar maker, b. 35 Brook- 
line 
41 Philip, optician, h. 35 Brookline 



Berlyn Rebecca, bookkeeper, 813 Main, 

b. 35 Brookline 
Berman George, cabinet maker, h. 176 
Spring 
" Alax, candy, h. 133 Bridge 
Bermingham Mary, widow of Maurice, 

h. 30 Lopez 
Bernard Etienne, brickmaker, h. 9 
Clifton 
" John, carpenter, h. 389 Western av. 
' John F. mnfr. harness dressing, 

224 Chestnut, h. do. 
" John H. bookbinder, h. 55 Fair- 
mont 
" John H. Jr. drug clerk, b. 55 Fair- 
mont 
" Philias, brickmaker, h. 9 Clifton 
Bernardo Joseph, hairdresser, b. 7 

Harding 
Bernhardt Adam, shoemaker, 574 Cam- 
bridge, b. 183 Spring 
" Barbara, widow of John G. h. 30 
Hastings 
Berntsen Antomine, b. 942 Alass. ave. 
" Hans, cook. B. h. 23 Howard 
" Karen S. Airs. h. 942 Alass. ave. 
" Ovidia, b. 1)42 Alass. ave. 
Berrick Edward C. machinist, h. '.'S20 

Alass. ave. 
Berry Casper, liquors, B. h. 24 High- 
land ave. 
' Charles E. manfr. harness names, 
206 Hampshire, h. at Watertown 

• Delora A. widow of Ruel W. h. 63 
Gorham 

' Elizabeth S. Airs. h. 22 Gray 

* Elsbeth K. h. 24 Highland ave. 
' Everett M. clerk, 4 Winthrop sq. B. 

b. 86 Franklin 
E. Sidney, clerk, B. b. 22 Gray 
' Frank A. machinist, 206 Hamp- 
shire, h. at Watertown 
' Fred E. carpenter, h. 9 Vandine 
' George, hostler, b. 40 Kinnaird 
' Herbert H. electrician, b. 63 Gor- 
ham 
' John G. student, b. 24 Highland av. 
' Louis F. clergyman, at Groveland, 

b. 22 Gray 
' L. Caroline, widow of Alonzo P. h. 

86 Franklin 
' Matthias, clerk, B. h. 7 Norris 
' Preston L. laborer, h. 36 Howard 
; Walter, hostler, h. 40 Kinnaird 
' William B. h. 67 Lake A T iew ave. 

Berthold Selma E. Airs, principal, Gore 
kindergarten school, h. at Need- 
ham 

Bertolucci Thomas, stone cutter, h. 47 
Aberdeen ave. 



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Bertram Mary A. widow of William, 

b. 14 Tufts 
Bertsch John H. marble cutter, rms. 

1 Sixth 
" Joseph L. brass finisher, b. 33 

Seventh 
" Stephen, brush maker, B. rms. 56 

Fourth 
" Stephen, surg. instrument maker, 

Columbus ave. B. h. 33 Seventh 

BERTSCH WILLIAM A. mar- 
ble worker, 4 and 8 Cambridge, h. 
54 Gore. See page 810 
Bertwell Edward F. clerk, B. h. 53 

Creighton 
Berube Pierre, brickmaker, h. 164 Ap- 
pleton 
" Pierre Mrs. dressmaker, 164 Ap- 
pleton, h. do. 
Besofsky Jacob, peddler, h. 36 Warren 
Bess Josephine Mrs. h. r. 114 Broad- 
way 
Besse Julia M. compositor, 4 Walden, 

b. at Chelsea 
Bessom William H. agent, h. 14 Dudley 
Best John, carpenter, h. 6 Hayes 
Beswick Albert, machinist, h. 91 

Charles 
Bettencourt George T. h. 335 Columbia 
Bettinson Edward W. bookbinder, 7 
Brattle, h. 56 Winthrop 
" Harry W. (H. W. Bettinson & Co.) 
express, 251 Cambridge, h. 94 
Otis 
" H. W. & Co. (Harry W. and James 
W. Bettinson) express, 251 Cam- 
bridge, and 32 Court sq. B. 
" James W. (H. W. Bettinson & Co.), 
express, 251 Cambridge, h. at W. 
Somerville 
" Mehitable, rms. 96 Winthrop 
Betts George R. janitor, h. 23 Wash- 
ington 
" George S. hairdresser, 1% Brattle, 

b. 22 V 2 Athens pi. 
" James, piano hardware maker, h. 

102 Harvard 
" Maria L. h. 99 Inman 
Bender George F. tinsmith, h. 633 Put- 
nam ave. 
Beunke Fred L. newspapers, 553 Mass. 
ave. h. 75% Franklin 
" John L. clerk, 553 Mass. ave. h. 66 

Austin 
" Marena, widow of Leon J. h. 23 
Pleasant 
Bevan James F. paper hang'er, h. 4 

Hotel Clark 
Beverly Isaac J. h. 827 Main 
Bibby John, cook, h. 48 Austin 



Bibeau Charles, painter, b. 183 Harvard 
Bicaric Antonio, macaroni maker, rms. 

9 Fifth 
Bickford Charles S. sheet metal 
worker, h. 11 Gardner 
" Charles S. Mrs. artist, 11 Gardner, 
h. do. 
" Fred A. manager, 44 Prospect, h. 
at Somerville 
" Frank L. bookkeeper, 27 Franklin, 

h. at Boston 
" Oscar, Am. Rub. Co. h. 41 Plymouth 
Bicknell George F. cabinet maker, h. 
254 Green 
" George W. pastor, First Universal- 
is! church, h. 330 Harvard 
Bidmead Ernest, carpenter, h. Hotel 

Weston, Clark 
Bierweiler Andrew, beer bottler, h. 66 
Sixth 
" Elizabeth, widow of Charles, ex- 
press team, h. 389 Columbia 
" Francis N. bottler, h. 66 Sixth 

BIERWEILER JACOB,express, 
230 Webster ave. house do. See 
page 832 
Bigelow Edgar J. motorman, h. 125 
Mt. Auburn 
" Francis, county com. Court House, 

Third, h. at Natick 
" Francis H. clerk, B. b. 4 Channing 
" John W. Mrs. h. 11 Chauncy 
" Laura, teacher, b. 221 Putnam ave. 
" Marshall T. proof reader, U. P. h. 

4 Channing 
" Mary L. widow of Harry, h. 221 

Putnam ave. 
" Melville M. lawyer, 209 Washing- 
ton, rm. 54, B. rms. 15 Bucking- 
ham 
" Nathaniel D. student, b. 221 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Sarah W. h. 2 Holmes pi. 
Bigely George, tailor, b. r. 59 Tremont 
Big-gan Joseph, driver, b. 224 Frank- 
lin 
" Patrick, furniture mover, order box 

24 Central sq. h. 224 Franklin 
" William, hack driver, 216 Green, h. 
80 Kinnaird 
Bigley Daniel horse trainer, h. 188 

River 
Bignoll Abigail H. h. 200 Harvard 

" Mary W. h. 200 Harvard 
Bigwood Albert E. compositor, B. h. 6 
Cogswell pi. 
" John J. ins. collector, B. h. 9 Madi- 
son 
Bill Alexander H. salesman, 87 Broad, 
B. b. 17 Maple ave. 



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123 



Bill Caroline E. h. 17 Maple ave. 
" Frank C. broker, 226 Washington, 

B. h. 17 Maple ave. 
11 Frederick A. clerk, 1950 Mass. ave. 

b. 17 Maple ave. 
" Mary E. widow of Abner D. h. 9 

Huron ave. 
Billedeau Napoleon, brick maker, b. 

2 Clay 
Billimeurx Charles E. laborer, h. 116 

Sherman 
Billings Anna, teacher, Gannett school, 
b. 1524 Cambridge 
" Ellen A. widow, h. 2 Granite 
" Elmer W. (J. H. Hubbard & Co.) 
apothecary, 1360 Mass. ave. h. 
125 Mt. Auburn 
" Fred E. painter, h. 2 Granite 
" Frederick H. student, rms. 15 Shep- 

ard 
" John C. supt. M. T. school at Wal- 

tham, b. 17 Perry 
" John D. principal, Webster school, 

h. 17 Perry 
" Martin, hostler, h. 89 Walden 
" Mary P. C. Mrs. h. 17 Perry 
" Warren T. reporter, Herald, B. h. 
8 Shepard 
Bills Benjamin, b. 185 Green 
" James A. shoemaker, 165 Green, h. 
185 do. 
Billups Frank T. janitor, h. 77 Norfolk 
Bilodeau Thomas, motorman, h. 17 

Magnolia ave. 
Bilsland David, bookkeeper, B. h. 24 

Tremont 
" Jane Mrs. h. 24 Tremont 
Bingham Edward A. salesman, h. 104 
Pearl 
" George M. ins. agent, B. h. 10 

Rindge ave. 
;t Harry, carpenter, b. 42 Baldwin 
" Norman W. manager, Harvard 
Athletics, 1320 Mass. ave. 
Biorklund Lars, draughtsman, 2 Cen- 
tral sq. b. 15 Magazine 
Birchmore John W. Rev. h. 1590 Cam- 
bridge 
" Juliana, h. 1590 Cambridge 
Bird Caroline, widow of Charles, b. 988 
Mass. ave. 
" Charles, machinist, b. 88 School 
" Elizabeth H. widow of Horace, h. 

69 Belmont 
" Emma T. h. 13 Bigelow 
" George, h. 1 Forest 
" Harriet E. teacher at Boston, b. 69 

Belmont 
" Herman (H. Bird & Co.) ins. agent, 
533 Mass. ave. and 85 Water, B. 
h. 9SS Mass. ave. 



Bird H. & Co. (Herman Bird), ins. agt. 
553 Mass. ave. and 85 Water, B. 
" James, machinist, b. 88 School 
" M. Susan, b. 69 Belmont 
" Richard O. coachman, h. 17 Kin- 

naird 
" Robert C. sec. Broadway Iron 

Foundry Co. h. 13 Bigelow 
" Theodore R. student, H. U. b. 17 

Kinnaird 
" Wiliam W. treas. Broadway iron 

Foundry Co. h. 13 Bigelow 
" W r oodford A. clerk. 669 Mass. ave. 
rms. 2 Clinton 
I Birdue Patrick W. printer, h. 378 Win- 
I sor 

Birtwell Mary L. gen'l sec. 671 Main, 
h. 23 Clinton 
" Tempest, h. 23 Clinton 
Bisbee Walter L. Woven hose, h. 231 

Charles 
Bisesti Dominico, shoemaker, h. 169 

Bridge 
Bishop Abel S. laborer, h. 56 Spring 
" Annie, h. 103 Gore 
" Charles E. clerk, B. b. 56 Spring 
" Charles S. b. 51 Sacramento 
" George H. Jr. book gilder, h. 10 

Fairmont ave. 
" Joel P. law author, h. 51 Sacramen- 
to 
" John, brickmaker, h. 117 Rindge av. 
" John B. carpenter, h. 303 Wmsor 
" Robert, machinist, h. 53 Market 
" Wiliam, machinist, h. 157 Washing- 
ton 
Bisner Louis, cigar maker, h. 27 Har- 
vard 
Bissell Alfred H. music teacher, h. 19 
Greenough ave. 
" Emily S. teacher, Sleeper school, b. 

19 Greenough ave. 
•' Flint M. student, h. 115 Inman 
" Fred A. broker, 376 Wash. B. b. 19 

Greenough ave. 
" Jane, widow, h. 63 Bolton 
" Mary L. Mrs. artist, h. 115 Inman 
" Richard L. salesman, B. h. 28 Hol- 
worthy 
Bissill Louis, furn. finisher, b. 748 

Cambridge 
Bisson Antoine, gardener, h. 6 Beech 
" Anthony P. clerk, 63 y Rindge ave. 

b. 279 Walden 
" Fred, carpenter, h. 9 Clifton 
".Joseph, painter, b. 6 Beech 
Bitters U. Grant, printer, b. 46 Eustis 
Bittner John, laborer, h. 6 Jackson 
Bixby Henry O. dentist, 1861 Mass. 
ave. h. at S. Boston 
" Hiram A. machinist, h. 417 Mass.av. 



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DIRECTOEY 



Bjorlin Annie, widow, h. 10 Suffolk 
Black Alexander (Black & Thomas) 
hair dresser, 1287 Cambridge, h. 
at Somerville 

" Andrew, Jr. h. 11 Fourth 

" Charles, machinist, h. 12 Stevens ct. 

" E. Charlton, lecturer, h. 50 Kirk- 
land 

" Frank, peddler, b. 137 Willow 

" George, power house, h. 11 Fourth 

" Henry, motorman, h. 32 Mt.Auburn 

" Hugh, peddler, b. 137 Willow 

" James, laborer, h. 137 Willow 

" James, paper hanger, 169 Green, h. 
do. 

" James, upholsterer, h. 6 Brewery 

" James W. Mrs. h. 10 Avon 

" Jane Mrs. dining room, 173 Main, 
h. 169 do. 

" John, h. 169 Main 

" John H. book binder, h. 295 Main 

" Jonas, laborer, b. 5 Jay 

" Joseph G. conductor, h. 45 % Mt. 
Auburn 

" Mary O. nurse, b. 137 Lexington av. 

" Olive P. artist, 10 Avon, res. do. 

" Otis F. ass't instructor, H. U. res. 
10 Avon 

" Richard, vegetable dealer, b. 137 
Willow 

" Robert, teamster, W. E. St. Ry. Co. 
h. 6 Murray 

"*' Samuel, laborer, h. 26 Eighth 

" Sarah J. nurse, b. 137 Lexington av. 

" Thomas F. carpenter, h. 137 Lex- 
ington ave. 

" William, h. 295 Main 

" & Thomas (Alexander Black and 
George C. Thomas) hairdressers, 
1287 Cambridge 
Blackall Clarence H. architect, 18 Mu- 
sic Hall bldg. B. h. 37 Mellen 
Blackburn Alexander Rev. pastor,First 
Baptist church, h. 133 River 

" Ellen L. Mrs. h. 8 Gerry 

" John H. student, b. 133 River 

" Maxwell, student, b. 133 River 

" William, student, b. 5 Eustis 
Blackhurst Emmet E. student, h. 80 

Wendell 
Blackler Thomas, machinist, b. 129 

Washington 
Blacklock Eugene A. (E. A. Blacklock 
& Co.) State, h. at Boston 

" E. A. & Co. (Eugene A. Blacklock 
and John P. Hickey), cabinet 
makers, State, cor. Osborn 
Blackman Aaron W. carpenter, b. 48 
Sidney 

" Arthur W. bookkeeper, 180 Con- 
gress, B. h. 27 Agassiz 



Blackman Caroline, widow of William, 

b. 21 Park 
" Edgar S. agent, b. 130 Otis 
" Elmer E. carpenter, b. 48 Sidney 
" Frank, carpenter, h. 48 Sidney 
" Fred H. clerk, 87 Milk, B. b. 138 

Otis 
" Henrietta, h. 18 Hayes 
" Horace P. h. 33 Agassiz 
" Rhoda, widow of Charles, h, 310 

Columbia 
" Wiliam R. janitor Thorndike school, 

h. 138 Otis 
Blackwell George W. h. 5 Follen 
' Howard, student, H. U. b. 5 Follen 
" John H. janitor, B. h. 20 Murdock 
" Seth O. tinman, h. 12 Fairmount av. 
" Susannah, widow of John, h. 20 

Murdock 
" William H. tinsmith, 448 Main, b. 

361 Columbia 
Blaikie Suther, real estate, 1400 Mass. 

ave. h. at Somerville 
Blair Alice M. h. 212 Norfolk 
" Arthur, teamster, 47 Cogswell ave. 

h. 45 Sargent 
" Arthur, teamster, 13 Broadway, h. 

63 School 
" Enos J. motorman, h. 46 Holworthy 
" Ernest A. painter, h. 221 Putnam 

ave. 
" Francis A. tailor, 15 Pioneer 
" G. H. Mrs. h. 26 Soden 
" Issac L. bookkeeper, B. b. 212 Nor- 
folk 
" James, proof reader, h. 399 Winsor 
" James, teamster, h. 84 Winthrop 
" James W. clerk, 9 Brattle, b. 84 

Winthrop 
" John M. building mover, h. 262 

Norfolk 
" Mary P. teacher, Allston school, 

rms. 1682 Cambridge 
" Robert M. cabinet maker, h. 3 Cor- 

lis pi. 
" Samuel M. salesman, B. h. 212 Nor- 
folk 
" William, waiter, b. 56 Washington 
i Blais Alex. brickmaker,h. Ill Sherman 
j " Batiste, brickmaker, b. Ill Sher- 
man 
" Charles A. asst. engine No. 3, h. 

No. 3, h. 239 Hampshire 
" Joseph, teamster, b. 81 Sherman 
" Octave, brickmaker, h. 108 Rindge 

ave. 
Blaisdell Clark, janitor, Prospect U. 

744 Mass. ave. h. 171 Allston 
" D. Henry, casket maker, h. 1269 

Cambridge 
" Etta A. teacher, Brockton, b. 171 

Allston 



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125 



Blaisdell George J. asst. supt. fire 

alarm, City bldg\ li. 98 Winthrop 
" John H. spike maker, 209 Green 
" Mary F. teacher, b. 171 Allston 
" William H. asst. engineer, C. W. \Y. 

h. Lake View ave. cor. Fresh 

Pond ave. 
Blake Aurelia, widow, h. 81 Oxford 
" Bridget, widow of Thomas, h. 85 

Hastings 
" Clarence H. book finisher, R. P. h. 

9 Remington 
" David J. machinist, b. 5G Second 
" Edward L. clerk, 2456 Mass. ave. b. 

at Somerville 

BLAKE EDWIN H. real estate 
and insurance, 60 Fifth, house at 

Bedford. See page 800 
" Elizabeth H. widow of George If. h. 

403 Mass. ave. 
" Elwisa A. bookkeeper, 442 Mass. 

ave. b. 403 do. 
" Frank R. bookkeeper, 35 Church, h. 

5 Mifflin pi. 
" Fred W. real estate, 36 Fifth, rms. 

117 Otis 
" George F. Mnfg. Co. (The), steam 

pumps, Third, store, 185 Devon- 
shire, B. 91 Liberty, N. Y. 
" Herbert M. tinsmith, 1372 Mass. av. 

h. 54 iviartin 
* % Irving., hack, livery and boarding 

stable, 35-37 Church, h. 6Shepard 
" John, mariner, h. 329 Main 
" J. Henry, artist, 7 Prentiss pi. h.do. 
" Mabel E. teacher, Sleeper school, b. 

53 Orchard 
" Margaret Mrs. nurse, rms. 49 Wal- 
lace 
; Margaret, widow of George, rms. 

49 Walker 
" Prudence, widow, h. 124 Otis 
" Theodore E. grocer, 414 Cambridge, 

h. 122 Otis 
" William A. laborer, h. r. 31 Harvard 
Blakely, Gilbert S. student, H. U. h. 17 

Leonard ave. 
Blanch ard, Alfred, action maker, h. 

Hotel School, Holly 
" Charles F. carpenter, h. 25 Andrew 
" Franklin, at 29 Hampshire, b. 30 

Berkshire 
" Fred W. letter carrier, 28 Brattle, h. 

252 Green 
" George L. clerk, 773 Main, h. 11 

State 
41 John W T . h. 73 Webster ave. 
" John W. Jr. b. 30 Berkshire 
' John A. Jr. b. 14 Andrew 
" Louisa Mrs. h. 30 Berkshire 



Blanchard Marshall F. fish, 8 T wharf, 
B. h. 159 Huron ave. 
" Michael, teamster, h. 112 Winsor 
Bland John P. Rev. h. 8 Pemberton 
" Joseph C. cook, h. 76 Clark 
Blandin Cora, bookkeeper, B. rms. 10 
Dover 
" Ella, bookkeeper, B. rms. .10 Dover 
" Wallace B. instructor, Manual 
Training school, h. 26 Haskell 
Blankinship J. W. h. 28 Mt. Auburn 
Blaschke Adolph G. sausage maker, 63 

Sixth 
Blaser Alexander B. foreman, 438 
Mass. ave. h. 18% Cottage 

BLASER ARNOLD, mauager, 
438 Mass. ave. h. 434 do. See p. 818 
" George, clerk, B. b. 434 Mass. ave. 

suite 8 
Blatchford C. A. h. 156 Brattle 
" (ieorge H. druggist, 38 Baldwin, h. 

40 do. 
" Mary Edgcumbe, h. 156 Brattle 
Blauvelt William E. box maker, b. 90 
First 
" William H. carpenter, 86 First, h. 
90 do. 
Blaylark Martin C. porter, B. h. 4 Vil- 
lage 
Bleiler Peter P. cigar mnfr. 67 Sixth, 

b. 60 Spring 
Blen Eldredge S. police station 1, h. 10 

Bath 
Blennerhassett Richard, gardener, h. 

15 Garden ct. 
Blessington Annie, widow of Hugh, h. 
12 Portland 
" Francis A. (Peter Blessington & 
Son), 320 Third, h. 122 Webster 
ave. 
" Frank R. polisher, b. 12 Portland 
" Hugh A. cutter, Am. R. €o. h. 366 

Winsor 
" Peter (Peter Blessington & Son), 
Third, h. 122 Webster ave. 
Blethen Francis S. Mrs. h. 24 Lee 
" F. May, music teacher, 24 Lee, b. 
do/ 
Blevins Albert H. student, b. 222 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Arthur W. clerk, h. 7 Elmer 
" David, book binder, b. 17 Walnut ct. 
" Elizabeth, widow of James, h. 17 

Walnut ct. 
" Henry, roofer, h. 229 Putnam ave. 
" John, gunsmith, B. h. 11 Howard 
" John A. clerk, 696 Mass. ave. h. 98% 
Western ave. 



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B LEVINS JOHN J. sinter, tin, 
copper and gravel roofer, 696 Mass. 
ave. h. 222 Putnam ave. See front 
cover 
" Mary, widow of John, nurse, h. 7 

Elmer 
" Robert, clerk, 231 Pearl, h. 410 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Samuel, roofer, 696 Mass ave. b. 222 

Putnam ave. 
" William B. teamster, h. 8 Sands 
" William J. clerk, B. b. 17 Walnut ct. 
Blewett Francis Henry, electrician, b. 
53 Henry 
" Henry, baker, 76 Leverett, B. h. 53 
Henry 
Bligh James E. laborer, b. 142 Willow 
" Mary E. Mrs. h. 142 Willow 
Blight John, h. 1 Torrington pi. 
" John, Jr. letter carrier, 647 Mass. 

ave. b. 1 Torrington pi. 
" see Blyth 
Blinn Charles P. foreman, 162 Broad- 
way, h. at Boston 
" Edmund R. motorman, h. 17 Clar- 
endon ave. 
Blish Ariadne, h. 39 Dana 
" Elmer J. shoe mnfr. Brockton, b. 

17 Fayette 
" Leonard C. shoe mnfr. Brockton, h. 
17 Fayette 
Blodget Samuel C. h. 32 Irving 
Blodgett Abbie J. h. 9 Hurlbut 
" Annie E. h. 32 Irving 
" Eliza A. Mrs. at Baptist Home, b. 

308 Brookline 
" Emma F. h. 9 Hurlbut 
" John, h. 12 William 
" Stephen H. physician, 1131 Mass. 

ave. h. do. 
" Warren K. Jr. lawyer, 28 State, B. 

h. 7 Acacia 
" William A. Mrs. h. 19 Buckingham 
Blonin Charles, cabinet maker, h. 130 

Munroe 
Blonquist Carl, clerk, h. 115 Third 
" Oscar, cabinet maker, b. 108 Thorn- 
dike 
" Oscar, cabinet maker, h. 396 Norfolk 
Blood Harry K. clerk, 1312 Mass. ave. 
" Hiram, engineer, Steamer No. 3, h. 
40 Fifth 
Bloomer R. shoemaker, h. 191 Cam- 
bridge 
Blosser John J. baker, h. 284 Green 
Blue Malcolm, motorman, h. 192 Elm 
Blunt Mary E. widow of John J. h. 102 

Hastings 
Blyth Alexander, carriage smith, 97 
Boylston, h. 19 Mill 



Blyth Andrew, baker, h. 10 Frank 
" see Blight 
Boardman Anna Mrs. h. 15 Laurel 
" Arthur H. bookkeeper, 1410 Mass. 

ave. h. at Wakefield 
" Charles, h. 58 Washington ave. 
" Ellen F. bookkeeper, b. 15 Laurel 
" Henry h. 21 Greenough ave. 
" Wendell W. tailor, rms. 631 Mass. 

ave. 
" William C. merchant tailor, 120 
Tremont, rm. 77, B. h, 250 Green 
Bobbitt Nellie Mrs. h. 80 Harvard 
Boberg Charles, rms. 43 Prospect 
Bobick John, at 169 Gore, h. 103 do. 
Bocher Ferdinand, prof, of modern 
languages, H. U. h. 12 Holyoke 
pi. 
Bock Rudolphus C. machinist, h. 13 

Florence 
" Maxime, asst. prof, of mathematics, 
H. U. h. 12 Shepard 

BOCK WILLIAM A. florist, 238S 
Mass. ave. h. 2386 do. See p. 812 
Bodell William, painter, b. 1980 Mass. 

ave. 
Bodemer Charles J. wood carver, h. r. 
325 Columbia 
" Ernest F. bookkeeper, 2225 Mass. 

ave. b. 325 Columbia 
" Katherine L. copy holder, L T . P. b. 
325 Columbia " 
Bodge Charles A. clerk, 108 Hamp- 
shire, h. 58 Market 
" Edward W. box maker, 3 Hamp- 
shire, h. 277 Winsor 
Bodwell Lizzie, widow of Joseph A. h. 
352 Pearl 
" see Bardwell 
Boen William H. student H. U. b. 247 

Hampshire 
Boere John, cold iron worker, b. 6 Bis- 
marck 
Bogans Hannah J. widow of Andrew 

G. h. 55 Washington 
Bogdanoff John J. carpenter, h. 7 

Hotel Grotto 
Boggan James, horseshoer, h. 56 

Broadway 
Boggs Edwin P. lumber, 294 Cause- 
way, B. h. 336 Broadway 
" John, clerk, 168 Gore, h. 312 Pros- 
pect 
" Myra M. h. 289 Broadway 
Bogle Thomas, h. 214 Webster ave. 
Bohlin Carl, machinist, rms. 51 Colum- 
bia 
Bohmuller Leopold, currier, h. 27 

Montgomery 
Boireau George H. painter, h. 4 Cogs- 
well pi. 



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127 



Boivin Adolph, carpenter, h. 7 Brook- 
ford 
Bokman Louis A. safe painter, h. 349 

Norfolk 
Boland Morris, laborer, b. 6 Gore 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 6 Gore 
" Patrick J. clerk, b. 6 Gore 
" Richard H. clerk, b. 6 Gore 
" Robert, laborer, h. 24 Watson 
" see Bolland 
Bolduc Antime, laborer, h. 276 Walden 
" F. Xavier, R. R. section man, h. 7a 

Brookford 
" Gabilisque, brickmaker, h. 83 Sher- 
man 
" Reuel, brickmaker, h. r. SI Sher- 
man 
" Romuel, brickmaker, h. 152 Rindge 
ave. 
Bolger David L. veterinary, and man- 
ager, 26 Palmer, h. 1699 Mass. 
ave. 
" James, estate, horseshoer, 26 Pal- 
mer 
" James H. b. 1699 Mass. ave. 
" John J. clerk, 9 Brattle, rms. 67 

Winthrop 
" Mabel F. b. 1699 Mass. ave. 
" Oliver T. b. 1699 Mass. ave. 
" Susie A. Mrs. h. 1699 Mass. ave. 
Boll Helene H. teacher, Latin school, 

h. at Boston 
Bolles Elizabeth Quincy, widow of 
Frank, h. 6 Berkeley 
" Fannie, h. 102 Mt. Auburn 
" see Bowles 
Bolo Fred E. plumber, b. 877 Cam- 
bridge 
" George N. city teamster, h. 877 
Cambridge 
Bolster John N. b. 39 Ash 
" Richard, shoemaker, 5 Brattle sq. 
h. 39 Ash 
Bolt Hezekiah, packer, B. h. 58 Wash- 
ington 

Bolton Edward E. stone cutter, h. 518 
Putnam ave. 
" Frank W. laborer, b. 363 Prospect 
" James, clerk, Am. R. Co. h. 69 Ply- 
mouth 
" Percy, hairdresser, b. IS Creighton 
" Samuel H. foreman, 108 Cam- 
bridge, h. 135 Otis 
" Sarah, b. 183 Hancock 
" William R. supt. Norcross Bros. h. 

353 Brookline 
onaparte Joseph, fruit, h. 10 Fourth 
ond Daniel W. judge of superior 
court, B. h. 2106 Mass. ave. . 



Bond Elizabeth L. and Catherine H. h. 
8 Holyoke pi. 
" Elizabeth S. h. 2106 Mass. ave. 
" Samuel D. (Bond & Morrison) fur- 
niture mover, 135 Gore, h. at 
Somerville 
" & Morrison (Samuel D. Bond and 
Alexander Morrison), furniture 
movers, coal and wood, 135 Gore 
Bonin Joseph E. (Lussier & Bonin) 
wagon builder, 290 Walden, h. 
238 do. 
Bonnell Isaac W. carpenter, rms. 48 
Jay 
" Josephine Mrs. h. 3 Cottage 
Bonner James R. grocer, B. h. 8 Wor- 
cester 
" John, boiler maker, b. 66 Grigg 
Bonney Arthur P. suits, etc. 517 Wash- 
ington, B. b. 32 Arlington 
" Fred L. bookkeeper, 3 School, B. h. 

18 Glenwood ave. 
" Fred P. suits, etc. 517 Washington, 

B. b. 32 Arlington 
" George M. cashier, 517 Washington, 

ton, B. h. 32 Arlington 
" Lucy S. widow of Charles, h. 157 

Auburn 
" Pelham, broker, 1 Beacon, B. h. 286 

Pearl 
" Perez F. cloaks, etc. 517 Washing- 
ton, B. h. 32 Arlington 
Bonoff Samuel L. tailor, 2000 Mass. 

ave. h. 1996 do. 
Boo Lung, laundry, 148 Harvard, h. do. 
Booker Robert C. Jr. messenger, B. b. 
49 Hancock 
" Robert C. porter, h. 49 Hancock 
" William, engraver, b. 10 Essex 
Booms Lucy Mrs. h. Ill Hastings 
Boone William, laborer, h. 199 Port- 
land 
Booth Mary, widow, h. 483 Cambridge 
" Thomas, carpenter, h. 35 Park 
" Thomas F. baker, b. 483 Cambridge 
Boott Francis, h. 1737 Cambridge 
Bopp Antone, sausage maker, b. 20 

Squires ct. 
Borchalt Addie Mrs. h. 50 Highland av. 
Borden Joseph L. driver, h. 87 Hast- 
ings 
Borges Anthony, laborer, h. 108 Spring 
" Anthony, Jr. expressman, b. 10S 

Spring 
" Charles, h. 16 Vandine 
" John, h. 20 Jefferson 
" Joseph, hairdresser, 547 Cam- 
bridge, h. 545 do. 
"Manuel, hairdresser, 261 Cambridge, 
h. 108 Spring 



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Borgstrom Edward, fireman, h. 1 Som- 
erset 

Borland Charles F. bookkeeper, b. 66 
Austin 
" Viola E. Mrs. h. 66 Austin 

Bormann George, cabinet maker, b. 
14 Seckle 

Bornstein Esther Mrs. (No. Cambridge 
Cleansing and Dyeing Co.) 1971 
Mass. ave. h. do. 

BORNSTEIN IN VENTER 
PROF, oculist and optician, Ly- 
ceum bldg. Harvard square and 15 
Ingleside, Boston, house do. See 
page 847 
" Myer, cleaner, 1971 Mass. ave. h. do. 
Borowski Frank S. furniture repairer, 

189 Broadway, h. 1 School pi. 
Bosfield Samuel J. printer, h. 130 

Pleasant 
Bossey Charles W. (T. F. Bossey & 
Co.) 26 School, h. at Sornerville 
" Thomas F. (T. F. Bossey & Co.) 

provisions, 26 School. 
" T.F.& Co. (Charles W. and Thomas 
F. Bossey) provisions, 26 School 
Bossom Charles H. 316 Cambridge 
Bostick George, teamster, rms. 29 Mar- 
ket 
Boston Bryant, laborer, h. 38 Hastings 
" Condensed Milk Co. 8 Bridge 
" Curling Club, end Lexington ave. 

BOSTON GAS APPLIANCE 
EXCHANGE (THE), 1290 
Mass ave. See page 842 

BOSTON PACKING & PRO- 
VISION CO. Concord ave. near 
Belmont line and 77 and 79 South 
Market and 30 to 40 Commerce, B. 
See page 860 

BOSTON WOVEN HOSE AND 
RUBBER CO. hose mnfrs. and 
fire dept supplies, 29 Hampshire, 
and 5 Winthrop sq. B. See p. 6 
Boswortb Merton, cabinet maker, 2004 

Mass. ave. b. 12 Regent 
Botelho Olympia, h. 32 Myrtle ave. 
Botsford George W. instructor, H. U. 

h. 45 Walker 
Bouchard George, brickmaker, h. 41 
Sherman 
" Jean, brickmaker, h. 255 Walden 
Bon die Joel, laborer, h. 7 Saville 

" William A. teamster, b. 34 Sherman 
Bouchea Ralph A. piano tuner, h. 173 

Hampshire 
Boudreau Alexander, brickmaker, h. 
234 Walden 
" Charles, blacksmith, h. 14 Jackson 
" George A. painter, h. 16 Cottage 
Park ave. 



Boudreau Helene, car washer, h. 343 
Concord ave. 
' John, laborer, h. 343 Concord ave. 
" Joseph, brickmaker, h. 6 Montgom- 
ery 
" Maxim, laborer, b. 10 Brookford 
" Patrick, carpenter, h. 23 Jackson 
" William, butcher, h. 379 Concord av. 
" William, stone mason, h. 132 Har- 
vard 
Boudro Charles, carpenter, b. 124 Gar- 
den 
" Henry, laborer, J. Cushing & Co. h. 

21 Harvey 
" John C. carpenter, h. 234 Walden 
" Peter, teamster, h. 39 Sherman 
Boulware Matthew J. waiter, B. h. 21 

Park 
Boundy Frances, widow, h. 32 Brook- 
line 
Bourdon Denis O. manager, 1286 Mass. 

ave. h. at Newton 
Bourgeois James, carpenter, h. 172 

Franklin 
Bourget Peter, laborer, h. 29 Railroad 
Bourne George F. carpenter, 146 Mt. 
Vernon, B. h. 62 Dana 
" Martha, widow of Robert T. h. 64 
Dana 
Bouse Hannah Mrs. h. 4 Winter 
Boutin Abraham, night nurse, Cam- 
bridge Hospital, h. 375 Huron av. 
" Carrie E. nurse, b. 375 Huron ave. 
" Louis, laborer, h. 25 Warren 
" Marie V. nurse, b. 375 Huron ave. 
Bouton John B. h. 21 Craigie 
BoutweU Horace, student, H. U. b. 169 
Huron ave. 
" Nathan B. at Custom House, B. h. 
169 Huron ave. 
Bouve B. D. C. Mrs. h. 27 Everett 
Bow Shin, laundry, 538 Cambridge 
Bowdoin Frank X. hotel man, h. 6 Lin- 
wood pi. 
Bowe Patrick, laborer, b. 28 North 
Bowen Arthur M. clerk, 119 Hamp- 
shire, b. 210 Columbia 
" Bernard, laborer, h. 175 Charles 
" Catherine Mrs. h. 6 Water 
" Cornelius, at 33 Hampshire, b. 242 

Broadway 
' ; Francis Mrs. h. 9 Follen 
" Francis F. 29 Hampshire, h. 121 

Webster ave. 
" Michael Mrs. h. 6 Decatur 
" Richard, fireman, h. 16 Marion 
" Stephen P. box maker, b. 175 

" Walter E. at 67 Milk, B. h. 150 
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129 



Bowen William L. porter, h # 137 p u t- 

nam ave. 
Bowers Edward A. painter, h. 1 Clark 
st. pi. 
Frances, asst. sec. 25 Beacon, B. h. 
12 Hollis 
" Lydia E. Mrs. h. 12 Hollis 
" Mary, h. 75 Inman 
" Samuel, waiter, 67 Main. b. at Bos- 
ton 
Bowes George, teamster, h. r. 114 
Broadway 
" Maggie E. Mrs. h. 23 Somerset 
Bowie Duncan, wire worker, h. 38 Mid- 
dlesex 
" William, lodging- house, 58 and 60 
Mt. Auburn 
Bowker Arthur L. 97 Oliver, B. b. 32 
Bowdoin 

BOWKER EDWIN F. civil en- 
gineer and surveyor, 671 Mass. av. 
rm. 20, rms. 125 Austin. Seep. 801 
" Winslow L. ins. 35 Kilby, B. h. 32 
Bowdoin 
Bowlby Clara E. dressmaker, b. 41 
Inman 
" James, carpenter, rms. <>0 Austin 
Bowler , John W 7 . supt. Charlesbank 
Gymnasium, B. h. 2 Leonard ave. 
" Michael, h. 414 Huron ave. 
" Michael J. teamster, b. 414 Huron 

ave. 
" William F. servant, b. 414 Huron av. 
Bowles Ella R. Mrs. teacher of paint- 
ing, h. 24 Bigelow 
" Frederick, waiter, 31 Elmer 
Bowley Asa F. tin plate worker, B. h. 
267 Pearl 
" Charles I. laborer, b. 70 Plympton 
" Simon M. b. 104 Dudley 
Bowman Charles F. paper hanger, 80 
Winsor, h. do. 
" Charles H. hostler, b. 54 Cedar 
" David, expressman, h. 4 Union ct. 
" Elizabeth A. b. 5 Gerry 
" Hubert, machinist, h. 24 Fourth 
" John, carpenter, b. 294 Broadway 
" Marcia R. teacher, Harvard school, 

b. 25 Inman 
" Orlando, salesman, 219 State, B. h. 

25 Inman 
" William, laborer, h. 209 Franklin 
Bowser Thomas E. carpet upholsterer, 
h. 26 Jay 
" Thomas F. picture frame maker, h. 

3 Wilson ave. 
" Thomas S. b. 3 Wilson ave. 
Bowyer Alfred, grocer, 320 River, h. 
at Brighton 



Boyce Ann, h. 9 Lambert 
" Artemus G. painter, h. 45 Cherry 
" Charles H. sawyer, h. 162 Fifth 
" Herbert, carpenter, h. 37 Prospect 
" Joseph, painter, h. 131 Charles 
" Mary E. Mrs. h. 68 Allston 
" Thomas F. electrician, h. 149 Put- 
nam ave. 
" William, carpenter, h. 149 Cherry 
Boyd Agnes A. h. 217 Auburn 
" Annie, widow of George, rms. 183 

Clark 
" Bartholomew, laborer, h. 122a 

Spring 
" Bartholomew, Jr. stone cutter, b. 

122a Spring 
" Charles, moulder, rms. 220 Winsor 
" Charles E. music teacher, public 
schools, Waltham, h. 5 Bellevue 
ave. 
" Daniel F. newsdealer, h. 140 Green 
" David G. paper hanger, h. 85 Pem- 

berton 
" Fannie L. b. 217 Auburn 
" Fred Shirley, b. 33 Linnaean 
" Fred T. clerk, B. h. 107 Hampshire 
" Isabel I. dressmaker, h. 271 Broad- 
way 
" James, machinist, h. 4 Moore 
" James R. h. r. 80 Washington 
" Orman T. whol. grocer (So. Market, 

B.) h. 33 Linnaean 
" Richard C. laborer, h. 211 Harvard 
" Robert S. Mrs. h. 18 Garden 
" Thomas, h. 107 Hampshire 
" William, compositor, Univ. Press, h. 

3 Mt. Auburn pi. 
" William A. electrotype finisher, h. 
45 River 
Boyden A. George, electrician, b. 1699 
Cambridge 
" Edward C. drug-gist, Joy, cor. Myr- 
tle, B. h. 891 Mass. ave. 
" Milton E. insurance, h. 1699 Cam- 
bridge 
" Patrick S. wood carver, h. 30 Union 
" Sanford E. carriage trimmer, 1961 
Mass. ave. h. 25 Hadley 
Boyer, Francis H. engineer, 169 Gore, 
h. at Somerville 
" Henry B. clerk, 113 Devonshire, B. 

h, 16 Kidder 
" Homer W T . student, b. 11 Norfolk 
" Samuel, stair builder, h. 11 Norfolk 
Boyle Bernard, oyster opener, B. h. 29 
Jefferson 
" Bridget T. teacher, Taylor primary 

school, b. 351 Norfolk 
" Charles, grocer, h. 10 Seventh st. ct. 
" Ellen, widow of William, h. 351 
Norfolk 



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Boyle James, moulder, (h. 9 Moore 
" James, moulder, h. 196 Vine 
' James, teamster, 77 Concord ave. 

h. do. 
' James H. painter, h. 485 Winsor 
"James J. cabinet maker, 20 Albany, 

h. 1043 Cambridge 
' James K. foreman, 20 Albany, h. at 

Somerville 
" James T. at 169 Gore, h. 257 Elm 
' Jeremiah J. cabinet maker, 122 

Charles 
' Jeremiah J. student, b. 351 Norfolk 
" John, clerk, b. 10 Seventh st. ct. 
? John J. salesman, 85 Franklin, B. 

h. 195 Harvard 
" John J. Jr. bookkeeper, B. b. 195 

Harvard 
' John L. laborer, b. 633 Putnam av. 
' John W. carpenter, h. 6 Brewer 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 71 Tre- 

mont 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 633 

Putnam ave. 
" Mary E. school teacher, b. 351 Nor- 
folk 
' Michael, laborer, h. 410 Norfolk 
" Michael J. teamster, b. 29 Jefferson 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 158 Otis 
' Patrick S. cooper, h. Waver ly, n. 

Fort Wash. 
' Richard, laborer, b. 633 Putnam av. 
" Thomas, driver, 1992 Mass. ave. b. 
44 Cogswell ave. 
Thomas, furniture packer, h. 48 
Brewery 
" Thomas, tinsmith, b. 257 Elm 
" William, laborer, b. 158 Seventh 

William, carpenter, h. 51 Walker 
" William C. h. 210 Broadway 
Boylston John C. horse shoer, 21 

Church, rms. 66 Boylston 
Boyman James A. mason, h. 30 Banks 
Boynton Adelaide E. h. 1707 Cam- 
bridge 
' Charles A. carpenter, b. 275 Broad- 
way 
" Charles W. (E. W. Boynton & Co.). 
builder, 184 Harvard, h. 201 do. 
' Edward P. Mrs. h. 19 Arlington 
" Erastus W. (E. W. Boynton & Co.), 
builder, 184 Harvard, h. 201 do. 

BOYNTON E. W. & CO. (Eras- 
tus W. and Chas. W. Boynton), 
carpenters, 184 Harvard. See p. 788 
" Frank M. boots and shoes, 50 Cam- 
bridge, B. h. 19 Arlington 
' Fred H. bookkeeper, Niles Bros. 
Concord ave. h. at Somerville 



Boynton Inaz B. milliner, 653 Mass. av. 
b. at Somerville 
" Warren R. h. 895 Main 
" William J. missionary, 1383 Cam- 
bridge 
" William W. Mrs. h. 130 Oxford 
Boyson Albin, action maker, h. 80 

Hampshire 
" Amelia W. dressmaker, 81 Webster 

ave. h. do. 
" Christine, widow of Carl, h. 258 

Hampshire 
" Constance W. h. 258 Hampshire 
" Edwin C, tailor, B. b. 258 Hamp- 
shire 
" George A. bookbinder, b. 103 Henry 
" George H. stamper, h. 103 Henry 
" Hattie L. gold leaf worker, b. 103 

Henry 
" S. Winsor, grocer, 8% Mt. Auburn, 

b. 10 do. 
" Theo. Mrs. h. 10 Mt. Auburn 
" William G. S. clerk, b. 103 Henry 
" William L. bookbinder, h. 279 Pearl 
Bracelin, Maurice, laborer, h. 319 Elm 
Bracey, Clarence, butter, 872 Mass. av. 
Brack, Charles, baker, 1166 Cambridge 

h. 344 Norfolk 
Bracken Francis, g*ate tender, B. & M. 
R. R. Water st. crossing, h. 8 
Water 
Brackett Ann M. h. 133 Mt. Auburn 
" Charles, clothes cleaner, h. 146 Har- 
vard 
" Charles S. engineer, B. & A. R. R. 

h. 15 Rockingham 
" Charles W. h. 133 Mt. Auburn 
" David, gardener, b. 18 Bowdoin 
" George R. Tremont bldg, B. h. 65 

Brattle 
" Harry H. clerk, 145 Broadway, h. at 

Newton 
" Ira A. painter, 181 Hampshire, h. at 

Somerville 
" Mary E. h. 133 Mt. Auburn 
Bradbury John P. saleman, 443 Mass. 
ave. h. at Somerville 
" Milton W. publisher, 97 Oliver, B. 

h. 3y 2 Pleasant 
" Willam F. head master, Latin 

school, h. 369 Harvard 
" William H. wool, 192 Summer, B. 
b. 369 Harvard 

BRADEEN JOTHAM S. hay, 
etc. 667 Cambridge, h. 19 Leonard 
ave. See page 823 
" Orrin G. com. merchant, 1 Com'l. B. 
h. 281 Harvard 
Bradford Boat Club, end Brookline 
" Edith, h. 375 Harvard 



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131 



Bradford Isaac, reg. of voters, Central 

sq. bldg\ h. 46 Sacramento 
" Isaac, Jr. b. 46 Sacramento 
"• Mary R. widow, b. 375 Harvard 

BRADFORD RUSSELL, coun- 
se lor-at-law, 209 Washington, rm. 

46, B. h. 375 Harvard. See p. 852 
" Stephen S. trav. salesman, h. 247 

Prospect 
" William A. machinist, h. 1593 Mass. 

avenue 
Bradlee Charles L. locksmith and brass 

worker, 714 Mass. ave, h. 712 do. 
Bradley, Cathrine, widow of Matthew, 

h. 124 Munroe 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 142 Bridge 
" Edward, driver, b. 413 Main 
" Edward, laborer, h. 22 Lambert 
" Frank, clerk, b. 413 Main 
" John T. Mrs. h. 220 Western ave. 
" John W. foreman, E. Watertown, h. 

52 Baldwin 
'' Julia, widow of John, h. 150 Fifth 
" Levi, waiter, b. 266 Prospect 
" Lucy C. Mrs. h. 38 Lee 
-'. Matthew, plumber, b. 124 Munroe 
" Robert, laborer, h. 41 Washing-ton 
" Robert R. engineer, h. 69 Elm 
" Rose, h. 209 Vine 
" William, driver, mail wagon, h. 157 

Harvard 
" William, laborer, h. 93 Elm 
" William ,1. foreman, r. 13 Broad- 
way, h. 74 Hampshire 
Bradshaw Dudley C. bookbinder, b. 44 

Bigelow 
" Eliza S. widow of Thomas, h. 44 

Bigelow 
" Harry, waiter, rms. 7 Dyke 
" William H. sheet iron worker, b. 44 

Bigelow 
Bradt Cecilia, teacher, Waverly, b. 16 

Oxford 
" Cecilia G. Mrs. h. 16 Oxford 
Bradwick, Albert, canvasser, b. 268 

Western ave. 
Brady Charles, h. 2 Stevens ct. 
' Cora, clerk, b. 2 Stevens ct. 
' Edmond, engineer, N. M. Cofran & 

Co. h. 22 Sherman 
' Edward, clerk, 179 Main, h. at Wa- 
tertown 
' Frank, plumber, b. 4 Fourth 
' Isaac B. h. 891 Mass. ave. 

• John, laborer, h. 72 Fourth 
' John, machinist, h. 53 Sherman 
; John, teamster, b. 450 Broadway 

• John B. baker, 82 Mt. Auburn, h. 
109 Banks 

' John J. rubber cutter, h. 25 Ply- 
mouth 



Brady John J. laborer, h. 254 Franklin 
" Margaret J. Mrs. h. 89 Putnam ave. 
" Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 4 

Fourth 
" Mary A. Mrs. h. 13 Hunting 
" Michael, laborer, h. 13 Hunting 
" Patrick, h. 32 Bristol 
" Patrick F. laborer, B. h. 230 Bridge 
" Sylvester J. carriage maker, b. 16 

Blake 
" Walter, laundryman, b. 131 Port- 
land 
" William W. bookbinder, 26a Brattle 
b. 89 Putnam ave. 
Bragdon Ernest C. glycerine maker, 

184 Broadway, h. 301 do. 
Bragg Charles L. student, b. 239 Pros- 
pect 
" Edward F. pres. 275 Devonshire, B. 

h. 901 Mass. ave. 
" Edward M. teacher, M. I. T., B. b. 

239 Prospect 
" Warren S. Custom House, B. h. 239 
Prospect 
Braggen William, blacksmith, rms. 159 

Cambridge 
Braham, Rosetta Mrs. h. 18 Pine 
Brahm Elizabeth Mrs.h.488 Cambridge 
" Josej)h F. action maker, b.488 Cam- 
bridge 
Brainard John, coachman, h. 4 Arrow 
Brainerd Charles R. morocco, at Sa- 
lem, b. 2141 Mass. ave. 
" James P. h. 2141 Mass. ave. 
Bramhall Charles E. janitor, English 
High school, h. 86 Ellery 
" Charles N. clerk, B. b. 47 Tremont 
" Edward M. at Public Library, b. 86 

Ellery 
" George N. carpenter, h. 47 Tremont 
Bramon Anna E. widow of Wm. F. h. 

209 Columbia 
" William F. clerk, b. 209 Columbia 
Branch Amelia, widow of Alfred, h. 28 
Cogswell ave. 
" Granville C. salesman, B. b. 28 
Cogswell ave. 
Brandan Louis W. wood carver, h. 254 

Winsor 
Brandes Henry, elevator boy, b. 124 

Hamilton 
Brandby Herman F. bookbinder, h. 7 

Rockwell 
" Herman V. window screens, B. b, 
7 Rockwell 
Brandon Edward J. city clerk, City 

Hall, h. 11 Jay 
" John, city laborer, h. 19 Park 
" Michael T. bookbinder, b. 19 Park 
" Ruth, b. 92 Hammond 



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Brandow E. G. Mrs. lodging house, 24 

and 26 Holyoke 
Brannan James E. grocer, 55 Mt. Au- 
burn, h. 52 Plympton 
Brannigan John, core maker, h. 324 
Columbia 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 9 Seckle 
Branscombe James, wire worker, b. 22 

Green 
Brantigan Hugo, pocketbook maker, 
2G Blackstone, h. at Jamaica 
Plain 
Brapton Edward, motorman, b. 10a 

Mt. Auburn 
Braslan Annie A. housekeeper, h. 1129 
Cambridge 
" Patrick, h. 1129 Cambridge 
Braslin James, laborer, h. 20 Hayes 
" James, teamster, h. 30 Andrew 
" see Breslin 
Brassel John F. cooper, h. 261 Port- 
land 
Brassey Ed. I. sewing machine agent, 

b. 51 Jay 
Brassil Ann, widow of Daniel C. h. 193 
Franklin 
"Bridget, widow of James, h. 28 

Flagg 
" Catherine, widow of Thomas, h. Ill 

Banks 
" James H. clerk, 88 DeWolf, b. 28 

Flagg 
" James T. plumber, h. 249 Western 

ave. 
" Johanna, widow of John, h. 136 

Banks 
" John J. teamster, 136 Banks, h. do. 
" Joseph P. b. 193 Franklin 
" Margaret, h. 21 Grant 
" Timothy F. clerk, B. b. 193 Frank- 
lin 
" Thomas, driver, b. 28 Flagg 
" Thomas, teamster, b. 136 Banks 
" Thomas J. electrotyper, Riverside 

Press, b. 193 Franklin 
" William, clerk, b. 28 Flagg 
Brattle Club, 15 Brattle 

" Square Hotel, 32 to 36 Brattle 
Brault Amos P. h. 149 Putnam ave. 
Braun Mendel, boots and shoes, 635 
and 819 Main, h. Hotel Temple- 
ton 
" Philip, grocer, 562 Cambridge, h. 9 

Seventh 
" Philip J. clerk, 562 Cambridge, b. 9 
Seventh 
Brauner Julius F. wood engraver, h. 
281 Green 
" Sigurd, clerk, B. b. 281 Green 



Braxton Benjamin F. elevator man, h. 

61 Hastings 
Bray John, machinist, h. 339 Vine 

" Sarah, widow of John, cook, at B. 
Braynard Frances B. widow, h. 13 De- 
li. 293 Third 
Wolf- 
Bray ton Percy S. student, H. U. b. 11 
Leonard ave. 

" Brayton, carpenter, h. 11 Leonard 
ave. 
Brazard Clifford, moulder, b. Spring 
Brazier Abbie N. widow of Franklin 

J. h. 16 Bigelow 
Breagy T. Frank, bookkeeper, Stand- 
ard Oil Co. Sixth, b. 413 Main 

" William, teamster, h. 5 Pelham 
Breau Joseph A. janitor, St. John's 
chapel, h. 58 Norris 

" Peter, teamster, h. 81 Rindge ave. 
Bree H. John, blacksmith, h. 177 Win- 

sor 
Breed Ella L. widow of Cyrus W. h. 85 
Green 

" Ezra F. clerk, Newtowne Club, h. 28 
Creighton' 

" Granville D. bicycle maker, B. b. 28 
Creighton 

" Henry, clerk, b. 85 Green 

" Jane, widow of J. Granville, h. 28 
Creig'hton 

" Mary, stenographer, b. 85 Green 

" Weeder Co. William O. Breed, man- 
ager, farming tools, etc. State, 
cor. Osborn, office 26 Merchants' 
row, B. 

" William O. manager, State, cor. Os- 
born 
Breen Frank, P. O. clerk, Arlington, 
Mass. b. 28 Crescent 

" Frank, hose maker, b. 78 Fifth. 

" Harry, laborer, h. 9% Burns ct. 

" John, gardener, h. 24 Tuttle 

" Joseph C. clerk, P. O. 28 Brattle, b. 
at Somerville 

" Mary, widow, h. 78 Fifth 

" Michael, jour, tailor, B. h. 20 Mead 

" Peter F. marble works, 81 School, 
h. do. 

" Peter F. Mrs. dressmaker, SI 
School, h. do. 

" Peter J. laborer, h. 28 Berkshire 

" Robert, b. 23 Berkshire 

" Solomon E. Rev. pastor, Union 
Methodist church, h. 38 Putnam 
ave. 

" Thomas, at Am. Rub. Works, b. 78 
Fifth 

" Thomas F. clerk, 87 Cambridge. B. 
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Breen Timothy J. carriage painter, 

196] Mass. ave. li. 2<> Crescent; 
" William J. registrar of voters, and 
milkman, 88 Sixth, h. do. 
Brehaut Joseph W. (J. J. Ford & Co.) 

h. 446 Winsor 
Breitenbach Emil, teamster, h. 303 

Elm 
Brennan Andrew, laborer, b. 24 Sparks 
Catherine, widow of Timothy J. 

variety store, 14 Sparks, h. do. 
Catherine J. Mrs. grocer, 25 Lopez, 

h. do. 
Daniel, teamster, b. 25 Lopez 
Daniel F. clerk, h. 17 Myrtle ave. 
Edmond P. at H. U. chemical lab. 

b. 46 Mt. Auburn 
Ellen Mrs. h. 24 Sparks 
Eugene, silver plater, B. h. 27 Mill 
Francis, laborer, h. 9 Bristol 
Francis J. shipper, R. P. h. 1 Mill 
Hannah, widow of Michael, h. Bent, 

near Sixth 
James, granite cutter, h. 24 De- 
Wolfe 
James, laborer, h. 25a Mill 
James P. teamster, b. 25 Lopez 
Jeremiah, gardener, 1460 Cam- 
bridge, rms. do. 
John, city laborer, h. 28 Warren 
John A. wood carver, b. 39 Ply- 
mouth 
John J. helper, 1402 Mass. ave. b. 15 

Flagg 
John J. tailor, 12 Boylston, b. 15 

Farwell pi. 
John M. b. 101 Lincoln 
John M. pattern cutter, Am. Rub. 

Co. h. 39 Plymouth 
John P. machinist, b. 250 Bridge 
Lizzie, widow of Thomas, h. 275 

Prospect 
Maria L. clerk, State House, B. b. 

46 Mt. Auburn 
Martin J. stone cutter, 320 Third, h. 

46 Mt. Auburn 
Mary T. h. 101 Lincoln, suite 5 
Michael J. police, station 5, h. 49 

Cedar 
Patrick, laborer, h. 170 Gore 
Patrick, laborer, h. 115 Brookline 
Patrick, longshoreman, h. 15 Hunt- 
ing 
Patrick, teamster, h. 161 Putnam 

ave. 
Patrick H. plumber, h. 120 Pleasant 
Robert H. teamster, b. 250 Bridge 
Thomas, pressman, R. P. b. 24 De- 
Wolf 
Timothy, teamster, b. 20 Harrison 



Brennick Edward, laborer, b. 106 

Pleasant 
" Henry, laborer, h. 230 Western ave. 
" Henry, Jr. laborer, b. 230 Western 

ave. 
" John J. machinist, h. 32 Fairmont 
" Joseph, carpenter, b. 106 Pleasant 
Brent William H. laborer, h. Bradbury 
" see Brunt 

Breslin Anthony, h. 29 Dunster 
" Bridget, widow, b. 7 Willard 
" Cornelius V. electrotyper,h.l3 Dyke 
" James E. electro finisher, Univ. 

Press, h. 7 Willard 
" James E. Jr. clerk, B. b. 7 Willard 
" Joseph, b. 13 Dyke 
" Joseph, boiler maker, h. 214 Third 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 6 Reed 
" Maurice, laborer, h. 319 Elm 
" Michael J. meat cutter, h. 1129 

Cambridge 
" Michael J. wheelwright, b. end Lex- 
ington 
' Theodore J. clerk, 1 Brattle, b. 7 

Willard 
" see Braslin, also Braslan 

Bresnahan Cornelius, laborer, h.10 Clay 
" James K. Custom House, B. h. Mid- 
dlesex, next Rindge ave. 
" Jane, widow of Timothy, h. 45 Reed 
" Luke, painter, h. 26 Montgomery 
" Patrick, W. E. St. R. Co. employee. 

h. 2520 Mass. ave. 
" Patrick T. laborer, b. 45 Reed 
" Timothy, laborer, b. 50 Cedar 
" Timothy J. city laborer, h. 45 Reed 
" see Bresnihan, also Brosnahan 

Bresnan Michael J. mgr. 1021 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1129 do. 

Bresnihan Daniel, bookbinder, h. 17 
Washington 

Brett Edward T. boiler maker, h. 219 

Elm 
" Elizabeth, h. 140 Hampshire 
" John, painter, 704 Mass. ave. h. r. 

29 Fremont 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 140 

Hampshire 
" Mary E. F. teacher of painting, h. 

36 Cottage 
" Mary T. widow of Samuel G. h. 36 

Cottage 
" Michael, peddler, b. 219 Elm 
" see Britt 
Brewer Charles, carpenter, h. 35 Brook- 
line 
" David, provisions, 9 Brattle, h. 32; 

Shepard 



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Brewer Henry G. engineer, 638 Mass. 
ave. h. 46 Jay 
"' Sarah C. widow of Emery, b. 156 
Hancock 

BREWER THOMAS H. pro- 
visions, 1 Brewer block, Brattle sq. 
h. 99 Mt. Auburn. See page 815 
Brewin Thomas J. lead worker, h. 37 

Jefferson 
Brewing John, carpenter, h. 4 Rindge- 

field 
Brewster Edward C. pictures, 101 Lev- 
erett, B. h. 42 Kirkland 
" Jane E. and Susan M.h. 42 Kirkland 
" William, h. 145 Brattle 
" William A. h. 40 Kirkland 
Briand Alexander L. electrotyper, h. 
60 Pleasant 
" Carrie E. Mrs. h. 60 Pleasant 
" Charles C. at B. M. R. R. h. 40 Mar- 
ket 
" Frank L. conductor, b. 60 Pleasant 
Brick Michael, tinsmith, b. 34 State 
Brickett William J. teamster, b. 5 

Dickinson 
Bridge Orris E. widow of John W. h. 
14 Walker 
" Samuel G. conductor, h. 8 Williams 
" William F. officer H. C. h. 95 Otis 
Bridges George E. div. road master, 
W. E. St. Ry. Co. h. 41 Wendell 
" Julia A. Mrs. h. 126 Auburn 
Bridgham Valentine R. hostler, B. h. 

340 Pearl 
Bridgman Frank, box maker, rms. 132 

Columbia 
Brien Stephen, laborer, h. 315 Elm 

" William, laborer, h. 41 Blackstone 

Briggs Albert P. (Briggs & Briggs), 

1274 Mass. ave. h. 24 Greenough 

ave. 

" Applet on D. tailor, h. 596 Mass. 

ave. 

1)RIGGS BROS, carpenters and 
JC> builders, 186 Lake View ave. See 

page 791 
" Clarence E. clerk, 1274 Mass. ave. 

rms. 7 Mellen 
" Frank C. (Briggs & Briggs), 1274 

Mass. ave. b. at Boston 
" George E. paying teller, Charles 

River National Bank, b. 7 Mellen 
" George T. Mrs. h. 335 Columbia 
" Harriet M. widow of Daniel G. b. 

129 Auburn 
" Harriet M. widow of Horace M. h. 

26 Oak 
'" James H. carpenter, h. 182 Lake- 
view ave. 
"" LeBaron R, dean of H. tl. h. 140 

Brattle 



Briggs Oliver J. (Briggs Bros.), car- 
penter and builder, 186 Lake 
View ave. h. do. 

" Walter B. asst. H. U. Library, rms. 
7 Mellen 

" William A. (Briggs Bros.) carpen- 
ter and builder, 186 Lake View 
ave. h. Falmouth, Harvard 
Lawn, Belmont 

" William C. asst. supt. Security Safe 
Deposit Co. h. 1 Hancock pi. 

" William H. watchman, h. 135 Pearl 

BRIGGS & BRIGGS (Albert P. 
and Frank C. Briggs), music and 
musical instruments, 1274 Mass. 
ave. See page 846 
Brigham Alfred, provisions, 40 W. 
• Cedar, B. h. 73 Huron ave. 
" Arthur W. clerk, 40 W. Cedar, B. 

b. 73 Huron ave. 
" Elmer Burgess, cracker dealer, b. 

11 Perry 
" Frederick A. salesman, 134 Federal, 

B. h. 21 Acorn 
" George E. trav. salesman, B. h. 4 

Hastings sq. 
" Harry A. clerk, 40 W. Cedar, B. 

b. 73 Huron ave. 
" Henry W. silver plater, b. 21 Acorn 
" Mary D. widow of Owen B. h. 21 

Acorn 
" Mary M. teacher, Allston school 
" Waldo B. grocer, h. 11 Perry 
Bright Charles F. b. 385 Broadway 
" Ellen E. h. 104 Trowbridge 
" Elliott (Reeves Bros.), apothecary, 
1 Putnam sq. rms. 12 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" Gertrude E. h. 385 Broadway 
" Horace O. 66 State, B. h. 328 Broad- 
way , 
" John J. 66 State, B. h. 385 Broad- 
way 
" Mary L. teacher, B. b. 34 Cottage 
" Willard S. clerk, b. 385 Broadway 
Brignolia John, brass finisher, b. 13 
Rockwell 
" Joseph, fruit stand, 641 Mass. ave. 

h. 13 Rockwell 
" Lawrence, blacksmith, b. 13 Rock- 
well 
Brill Henrv, hairdresser, rms. 11 Nor- 
folk 
Brine Ann, widow of James, h. r. 57 
Sixth 
" Ellen, widow of Robert, h. 74 Otis 
" James J. cooper, h. r. 57 Sixth 
" James J. pilot, h. 43 Seventh 
" James W. furnishings, 1312 and 
1436 Mass. ave. h. at Arlington 
" John K. tailor's cutter, h. 74 Otis 
" Katherine, clerk, 1436 Mass. ave. b. 
at Somerville 



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Brine Katie, widow of William, seam- 
stress, b. 22 Eighth 
" Robert F. salesman, b. 74 Otis 
4i William H. Jr. clerk, 1436 Mass. 
ave. h. at Somerville 

Brink , polisher, 30 Boylston, h. 12 

Grant 
Briscoe Harry F. architect, b. 18 Ver- 
non 
" Mary E. widow of Henry, h. 18 
Vernon 
Britt Edmund, laborer, h. 1072 Cam- 
bridge 
" see Brett 
Britton John, farm hand, h. 62 Au- 
burn pi. 
" Joseph, supt. North Cambridge, h. 

122 Western ave. 
" Thomas, b. 224 Webster ave. 

, widow, h. 224 Webster ave. 

Broadbent Theodore, baker, b. 28 

Hunting' 
" William, wood turner, h. 28 Hunt- 
ing 
Broadway House, 5 Broadway 

BROADWAY IRON FOUN- 
DRY CO. Pelham, corner Broad- 
way. See page 844 
Brocher Joseph, engineer, 66 Sherman, 
h. 104 do. 

BROCK BROS. (Halliburton D., 
Ossian H. and Frank E. Brock), 
hardware, stoves, plumbing-, heat- 
ing, etc. 1372 Mass. ave. See p. 24. 
Brock Edwin O. carpenter, h. 35 High- 
land ave. 

" Frank E. (Brock Bros.) stoves, etc. 
1372 Mass. ave. h. 434 Broadway 

*' Hallburton D. (Brock Bros.) stoves, 
etc, 1372 Mass. ave. h. 382 Har- 
vard 

" Leslie N. (Brock & Eaton), hard- 
ware, 1362 Mass. ave. h. 440 
Broadway 

' Ossin H. (Brock Bros.) stoves, etc. 
1372 Mass. ave. h. 410 Sumner 

' Solomon H. h. 10 Sumner 

' Susan, widow of John A. h. 38 Sec- 
ond 

BROCK & EATON (Leslie N. 
Brock and Charles W. Eaton), 
hardware, plumbing, heating, etc. 
1362 Mass. ave. See page 805 
" see Brack 
Brockbank Arthur, printer, b. 38 Erie 
' Henry, letter carrier, P. O., B. h. 
38 Erie 
Walter D. printer, b. 38 Erie 



Brockett Isaac W. master mariner, h. 

53 Pleasant 
Brockway Elmer W. milkman, h. 332 
Vine 
" Harry A. milkman, b. 332 Vine 
Broderick Ann, h. 12% Winter 
" Edward, janitor, Fogg Museum, H. 

U. h. 34 Baldwin 
" Edward J. watchman, h. 45 Seventh 
" Edward T. grocer, 88 DeWolf, b. 66 

do. 
Broders Edward, cigar maker, b. 65 
Putnam ave. 
' John, stair builder, h. 65 Putnam 
ave. 
Brodeur Louis, barber, h. 45 School 
Brodie Daniel, porter, b. 41 Hastings 
" Henry, laborer, b. 87 Harvard 
" Hugh, blacksmith, h. 67 Auburn 
" James, tinsmith, b. 67 Auburn 
. i( John I. machinist, b. 67 Auburn 
Brogan Alice G. milliner, b. 783 Cam- 
bridge 
" Andrew, clerk, h. 30 Market 
" Annie, h. 25 Garden ct. 

Bernard J. hairdresser, 407 Cam- 
bridge, h. 147 Otis 
" Edward C. clerk, b. 119 Third 

James J. baker, h. 75 Brookline 
" John H. engineer, h. 67 Spring 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 139 Wal 

den 
" Mary A. widow of John A. h. 783 

Cambridge 
" Nicholas J. laborer, h. 23 Garden ct. 
Brogen James H. milkman, 14 Sher- 
man, h. do. 
" William J. at Watertown Arsenal, 
h. 8 Sherman 
Brogner Charles, laborer, b. 547 Main 
Brohan Edward H. tinsmith, b. 58 
Spring 
" James, jeweler, b. 58 Sirring 

Mary, h. 54 Spring 
" Patrick, engineer, h. 58 Spring 
" Thomas, steam fitter, B. b. 58 
Spring 
Bromberger Joseph P. laborer, h. 226 
Norfolk 
" Louis, at B, B. Works, b. 336 Charles 
Bromley James H. clerk, 91 Hamp- 
shire, b. 210 Columbia 
Bronson Ira D. h. 5 Buckingham pi. 

" William, painter, h. 174 Harvard 
Bronstorph Henry, laborer, h. 124 

Hastings 
Brookings Charles S. painter, 19 
Western ave. h. 289 Pearl 
" Reed E. laborer, h. r. 25 Lee 



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Brooks Allen, clerk, B. b. 127 Chestnut 
" Arthur H. lawyer, B. b. 5 Ash 
" Edgar H. salesman, B. h. 132 Elm, 

N. C. 
" Edward H. laborer, b. 53 Grigg 
" Edna 0. h. 7 Greenough ave. 
' k Edwin C. engineer, C. W. W. Worth- 

ington, cor. Lake View av. h. do. 
" Eugene D. tanners' and curriers' 

supplies, 100 High, B. h. 21 Lee 
" E. Maria, umbrella maker, h. 1303 

Cambridge 
" George; F. physician, 15 Tremont, 

h. do. 
" George F. Mrs. music teacher, 15 

Tremont, h. do. 
" Henry L. 110 Chauncy, B. h. 7 

Greenough ave. 
" Hiram W. h. 57 Lake View ave. 
" Hiram W. Jr. b. 57 Lake View ave. 
" James T. glass blower, h. Sibley ct. 
" John, foreman, box mill, 169 Gore, 

h. at Somerville 
" John, treasurer, B. h. 5 Ash 
" John Graham, h, 8 Francis ave. 
" Josiah M. 35 Broad, B. h. 28 Inman 
" Mary W. b. 48 Brewster 
" Matthew, h. 204 Harvard 
" Patrick, marble cutter, A. McDon- 
ald & Son, h. 35 Aberdeen ave. 
" Samuel, h. 93 Hastings 
" Sarah Jane, widow, h. 30 Worcester 
" Sarah J. widow of Thomas W. h. 12 

Howland 
" Sumner A. b. 1764 Mass. ave. 
*■*'. Sumner J. h. 1764 Mass ave. 
" Thomas Mrs. b. 7 Greenough ave. 
" Thomas P. express, 25 Merchants 

row, B. b. 35 Aberdeen ave. 
" William F. marble cutter, A. Mc- 
Donald & Son, b. 35 Aberdeen av. 
Brophy Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 

140 Tremont 
Brosnahan Edward P. mason, b. 32 

Locke 
" Hannah, widow of Thomas, h. 140 

Rindge ave. 
" John F. mason, 32 Locke, h. do. 
" John J. (J. J. Brosnahan & Co.) b. 

140 Rindge ave. 
" J. J. & Co. (John J. Brosnahan) 

fish market, 241 Mass. ave. 
" Patrick F. switchman, N. Cam- 
bridge Junction, h. 2520 Mass. 

ave. 
" Thomas P. R. R. gateman (A.) b. 

140 Rindge ave. 
" William J. mason, b. 32 Locke 
" see Bresnihan, also Bresnahan 
Brothers Jacob, mason, b. 15 Pioneer 



Brothers John E. freight brakeman, h. 
2 Lincoln pi. 
" John H. laborer, h. r. 35 Hastings 
" Lizzie, at 145 Elm, b. do. 
Brough Frank T. physician, 11 Winter, 

B. h. 314 Pearl 
Broughton George H. bookbinder, R. 
P. h. 18 Rockingham 
" William V. bookbinder, R, P. b. 18 
Rockingham 
Brouillard Edmond, plumber, b. 91 
Sherman 
" Felix, provisions, h. 91 Sherman 
" John, brickmaker, h. 9 Clifton 
Brouillette Francois, brickmaker, h. 54 
Stearns 
" John, mason, h. 106 Rindge ave. 
Broussard David, carpenter, h. Vassal 
lane 
" Joseph (N. M. Cofran & Co.), brick 
mnfr. Concord ave. h. end Lake 
View ave. 
Brousseau Charles, foreman, B. S. B. 
Co. r. 124 Rindge ave. h. do. 
" Joseph, cabinet maker, h. 81 Amory 
Brown Abbie S. Mrs. h. 284 Harvard 
" Abraham, peddler, h. 734 Cam- 
bridge 
" Albert, glycerine maker, rms. 146 

Columbia 
" Albert, waiter, h. 84 Hastings 
" Albert C. salesman, B. b. 39 Green 
" Albert H. locksmith, 1168 Cam- 
bridge, h. 283 Quincy 
" Alexander, piano maker, h. 6 
School pi. 

BROWN ALFRED R. tailor, 
1388 Mass. ave. h. 1530 Cambridge. 

See page 8 
" Amos H. conductor, F. R. R. h. 29 

Mt. Pleasant 
" Andrew, baker, h. 112 Gore 
" Ann Jeannette Mrs. h. 25 Inman 
" Archibald, teamster, h. 119 Willow 
" Arnold L. carpenter, b. 217 Auburn 
" A. W. upholsterer, b. 26 Amory 
" Benjamin E. at Am. Ex. office. B. 

h. 62 River 
" Bethia, widow of John D. h. 11 

Green 
" Bristol, waiter, h. 41 Hastings 
" Carleton J. salesman, h. 230 West- 
ern ave. 
" Carrie M. clerk, B. h. 63 Dana 
" Charles A. supt. street dept. h. 31 

Shepard 
" Charles E. cracker dealer, 29 

Franklin, h. 19 Beech 
" Charles F. window dresser. B. b. 78 

Mt. Auburn 



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Br 

<c 



own Charles H. herdic driver, B. h. 

164 Amburn 
Charles S. carpenter, h. 14 Park 
Cross, waiter, 15 Bow, h. at Boston 
Daniel, machinist, h. 220 Pearl 
Daniel F. clerk, B. b. 220 Pearl 
Daniel S. laborer, h. 282 Webster 

ave. 
David, sawyer, h. 2 Clark st. pi. 
Dennis, furnace tender, h. 169 Har- 
vard 
Dennis, hose maker, h. 363 Winsor 
Dennis W. student, b. 169 Harvard 
Edmund L. b. 220 Pearl 
Edwin, shipper, 150 Broadway, h. 

237 Columbia 
Eliza, widow of Peter, h. 389 Co- 
lumbia 
Eliza P. Mrs. b. Ao 
Elizabeth M. widow of John M. h. 

63 Dana 
Elizabeth S. h. 57 Magazine 
Elwood, hotel mgr. h. 24 Norris 
Flora A. Mrs. h. 1679 Mass. ave. 
Fordyce W. printer, b. 147 Hastings 
Francis W. h. 65 Lincoln 
Frank P. car starter, W. E. St. Ry. 

Co. and fruit, 77 Main, h. do. 
Fred C. shipper, b. 179 % Harvard 
Fred H. engineer, 91 Broadway, h. 

do. 
Frederick A. Mrs. h. 295 Winsor 
Frederick H. cracker dealer, 29 

Franklin, h. 155 Prospect 
George, laborer, rms. 12 Elm 
George F. com. merchant, 3 Cen- 
tral wharf, B. h. 54 Fairfield 
George M. tailor, h. 107 Hammond 
George T. clerk, 80 River, b. 35 

Pleasant 
George W. carpenter, h. 11 Green 
Georgianna A. widow of Charles H. 

h. 78 Mt. Auburn 
Hannah, clerk, b. 237 Columbia 
Harriet W. widow of William W. h. 

147 Hastings 
Harry, junk collector, h. 410 Nor- 
folk 
Helen M. widow of W. Colvin, h. 49 

Oxford 
Henry A. machinist, h. 53 Fair- 
mount 
Henry D. salesman, 67 Cornhill, B. 

h. 14 Appian Way 
Henry H. carpenter, h. 388 Huron 

ave. 
Henry H. cigar packer, h. 238 

Franklin 
Henry P. bookkeeper, 24 Brattle, h. 
1612 Cambridge 



Brown Horace E. b. 98 Avon Hill 
" Irving W. shipper, h. 179% Harvard 
" J. W. Mrs. dressmaker, " h. 179% 

Harvard 
" James, carpenter, h. 315 River 
** James, fireman, b. 194 Main 
" James, laborer, h. 28% Foster 
" James, laborer, h. r. 29 Harvard 
" James, mat maker, 202 Brookline, 

b. 14 do. 
" James, Jr. dye house, 6 Pearl, h. 65 

do. 
" James A. janitor, b. 259 Columbia 
" James A. baker, b. 16 Sixth 
" James A. laborer, h. r. 81 Boylston 
" James C. machinist, h. 317 Prospect 
" James E. builder, 167 Columbia, h. 

do. 
" James F. wood worker, b. 166 Win- 
sor 
" James R. h. 197 Third 
" James S. engineer, b. 167 Columbia 
" Jeanie P. music teacher, h. 49 Ox- 
ford 
" John, core maker, b. 106 Sixth 
" John, trav. salesman, 42 Union, B. 

b. 220 Pearl 
" John C. at Riverside Press, h. 

Doane, cor. Foster 
" John C. horseshoer, 21 Church, rms. 

66 Boylston 
" John G. iron and steel, 69 Purchase, 

B. h. 15 Craigie 
" John H. cigar mnfr. 56 River, h. 

206 do. 
k * John K. Rev. missionary, h. 142 

Chestnut 
" John M. (Little, Brown & Co.) 

Blackstone, h. at Belmont 
" John S. cracker dealer, 27 Frank- 
lin, h. 15 Perry 
BROWN JOHN S. tailor and 
clothes cleaner,18£ Holvoke, house 

139 Elm. See page 839 
" John W. carpenter, h. 217 Auburn 
" Joseph, dining-room, 20 Norfolk, 

and 532 Mass. ave. h. 6 Douglass 
" Joseph, furniture, h. 42 First 
" Joseph L. waiter, h. 52 Elm 
" Leland H. hairdresser, B. rms. 239 

Hampshire 
" Lelia J. and Mary A. h. 8 Day 
" Leonard J. driver, 15 Perry, h. r. 

do. 
" Leroy S. flour, 106 Chamber of 

Commerce, B. h. 1702 Mass. ave. 
" Levi S. engineer, 45 Main, h. 109 

Pine 
" Lewis, laborer, b. 41 Hastings 
" Louise, h. 1664 Mass. ave. 



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Brown Margaret, widow of Edwin, h. 

237 Columbia 
" Margaret, widow of Charles, h. 1067 

Cambridge 
" Margaret A. widow of Alphonso, h. 

39 Green 
" Margaret F. h. 357 Columbia 
" Margaret S. widow, h. 286 Green 
" Margaret T. boarding house, 32 

Sidney 
" Martha A. h. 42 Irving 
" Mary A. principal, Sargent school, 

b. at Boston 
" Mary A. widow of William E. h. 898 

Mass. ave. 
" Mary E. widow of Evan, boarding 

house, 48 Brattle 
" Michael, cook, h. 5 Lambert 
" Morgan, capt. tow boat, h. 1 Sands 
" Moses E. waiter, b. 33 Elmer 
" Nelson, motorman, b. 10a Mt. Au- 
burn 
" Nora L. h. 8 Day 
" Orr W. clerk, 80 Pleasant, b. 67 

Magazine 
" Otis S. (Otis S. Brown & Co.) Ill 

Bridge, h. 1725 Mass. ave. 

BROWN OTIS S. & CO. (Otis S. 
Brown, Hiram N. Hutchinson and 

Frank H. Marshall), grain, etc. 

109 Bridge. See page 823 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 125 Gore 
" Patrick A. teamster, h. 106 Sixth 
" Patrick J. clerk, B. b. 220 Pearl 
" Peter J. teamster, h. 119 Willow 
" Ralph H. chief engineer, B. B. 

W., h. 9 Tenney 
" Rebecca, widow of Walker, h. 33 

Elmer 
" Rebecca M. h. 57 Magazine 
" Richard J. hatter, h. 106 Winsor 
" Robert, fireman, C. Gas Co. h. 4 

Harvard pi. 
" Robert B. driver, 6 Pearl, h. 33% 

Essex 
" Robert James, laborer, b. 220 Pearl 
" Robert J. periodicals, 1065 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1067 do. 
" Samuel A. h. 6 Centre 
" Sarah D. Mrs. b. 15 Lancaster 
" Sarah J. h. 357 Columbia 
" Sarah L. saleswoman, B. b. 21% 

Inman 
" Stephen H. printer, b. 388 Huron 

ave. 
" Sumner F. bookkeeper, B. b. 98 

Avon hill 
" Susan W. Mrs. h. 98 Avon Hill 
" Sylvester E. carpenter, 68 State, h. 

306 Broadway 



" Thaddeus, aut. sprinkler, b, 91 
Third 

" Thomas, bookbinder, b. 25 Pros- 
pect 

" Thomas, janitor, Boylston Hall, b. 
Fallon place 

" Walter, gardener, h. 3 Jordan pi. 

" Walter P. clerk, T. B. M.Co. Third, 
rms. 25 Williams 

" Warren S. laborer, 169 Gore. h. 13 
Sixth 

" William, clerk, B. b. 82 Auburn 

" William, laborer, h. 25 Pioneer av. 

" William, milkman, 91 Fifth, h. do. 

" William, Jr. milkman, b. 91 Fifth 

" William B. printer, B. h. 30 Sacra- 
mento 

" William E. elevator man, City Hall, 
b. 254 Columbia 

" William Garrett, archivist, H. U. 
library, b. Read's 24 

" William H. mason, h. 6 Douglas 

" William H. second hand clothing, 
893 Main, h. 169 Putnam ave. 

" William H. Jr. letter carrier. P. 0. 
B. h. 271 Pearl 

" William M. at Parker House, B. 
h. 1524 Cambridge 

" William P. bookkeeper, B. h. 18 
Frank 

" William S. baker, 99 Prince, B. h. 
22 Arlington 

" William S. Jr. clerk, b. 22 Arling- 
ton 
Browne Albert N. shoemaker, h. 325 
Elm 

" Anna M. teacher, Harvard grani- 
mar school, h. 12 Lee 

BROWNE ARTHUR B. chemist, 
119 Water, B. house 130 Antrim. 

See page 832 
" Benjamin A. (B. A. Browne & Co.) 

provisions, 212 Hampshire, h. 

132 Antrim 
" B. A. & Co. (Benj. A. Browne), 

provisions, 212 Hampshire 
" George H. (Browne & Nichols), 

h. 16 Garden 
" Richard J. supt, 106 Winsor. h. 79 

Portland 
" Thomas F. wood turner, h. Olney 

ave. 

BROWNE & NICHOLS (George 
H. Browne and Edgar H. Nichols), 
boys' private school, 7 Garden. See 
page 838 
Brownell Harlow C. clerk, F. R. R., B. 
h. 45 Hubbard ave. 
" Harry T. painter, h. 160 Harvard 
" Jeremiah, carriage smith, 2225 
Mass. ave. h. 3 Cogswell pi. 



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Browning, Alfred, tinsmith, h. 724 
Cambridge 
" Fanny P. principal, Corbett school, 

b. at Mt. Auburn 
" Francis, clerk, B. h. 32 Suffolk 
" Henry J. laborer, b. 423 Putnam 

ave. 
" John S. editor, Boston Globe, h. 8 

Centre 
Brownlow, Joseph J. express,28 Court 
sq. B. b. 14 Perry 
" Mary, widow of Joseph, h. 14 
Perry 
Brownrich John J. engineer, b. 172 

Charles 
Brownrigg Alexander, shoemaker, 52 

Washington, h. do. 
Broxup Willie, brass finisher, h. 227 

Broadway 
Bruce Annetta, teacher, Putnam 
grammar school, h. 120 Inman 
" Christopher, clerk, h. 125 Thorn- 
dike 
Bruerton Mary Mrs. h. 16 Farwell pi. 
Brummett William O. gold beater, B. 

rms. 17 Magazine 
Brun Alfonse, prof. Harvard Col- 
lege, rms. 32 Putnam ave. 
Brundage Johnson, carpenter, b. 13 

Prospect 
" Levi, shoemaker, 850 Main, h. 13 

Prospect 
Bruning Herman, painter, h. 20 Tufts 
Bruns Nelson, cooper, h. 149 Winsor 
Brunstenan Fred, milkman, b. 439 

Cambridge 
Brunt Fannie H. Mrs. h. 13 Willard 
'. " William H. (William Elliott & Co.) 
carriage mnfr. 97 Boylston, h. 
176 Lake View ave. 
Brupbacher J. Frederick, restaurant, 

3 Linden, h. 24 Sacramento 
jBrusch A. Louisa, widow of John, h. 

2a Washington 
Bryan Elizabeth, widow, h. 92 How- 
ard 
' John, laborer, b. 92 Harvard 
' John J. teamster, rms. 13 Webster 
ave. 
Samuel, laborer, b. 92 Harvard 
3ryant Albert Rev. h. 199 Auburn 
' Alex, floor layer, h. 22 Clifton 
' Amos G. laborer, b. 16 Parker 
' Arthur A. student, b. 199 Auburn 
' Benjamin R. (Benjamin R. Bryant 

& Co.), h. 13 Tremont 
' Bryant Benjamin R. & Co. (Ben- 
jamin R. Bryant), provisions, 
901 Mass. ave. and com. mer. 44 
So. Market, B. 



Bryant Francis (F. Bryant & Co.), 
electrician, 728 Mass. ave. h. 37 
Cogswell ave. 

" F. & Co. (Francis Bryant and Guil- 
ford A. Ware), electricians, 728 
Mass. ave. 

" Helen L. Mrs. h. 17 William 

" James H. waiter, 15 Bow, h. 15 
Line 

" Lewis L. physician, 782 Mass. ave, 
h. do. 

" Mary Mrs. h. 79 Hastings 

" Stephen, laborer, h. 159 Elm 

" William H. boxmaker, b. 29a Tre- 
mont 
Brydle William H. rigger, h. 260 Sid- 
ney 
Bryer Jesse H. plasterer, rms. 176 

Elm, N. C. 
Buchanan Alexander, carpenter, h. 909 
Cambridge 

" John, teamster, h. 117a Pleasant 

" Mary, nurse, h. 57 Inman 

' Robert J. painter, 5 Palmer, b. 
12y 2 Brewer 

" William H. teamster, 74 Boylston, 
h. 12y 2 Brewer 

" William H. Jr. painter, 14 Church. 

h. 249 Mt. Auburn 
Buck Abijah R. machinist, h. 180 
Winsor 

" Austin J. clerk, 519 Mass. ave. h. 
79 Winsor 

" Bryan, messenger, b. 23 Murdock 

" Charles W. Rev. proofreader, Uni- 
versity Press, h. 8 Mason 

" David W. keeper, rms. 97 Austin 
' Frank A. paper box cutter, h. 12 

Sidney 
' James, compositor, h. 10 Andrew 

" John S. h. 58 Thorndike 

" Lucius A. iron moulder, h. 14 Mar- 
ket 

" Philip H. 40 Kilby, B. b. 8 Mason 

" Silas B. h. 2 Greenough ave. 

" Silas E. (Wellington & Buck), coal 
and wood, 211 Bridge, h. 2210 
Mass. ave. 

" Stearns, 40 Kilby, B. b. 8 Mason 

" William H. employment office,16%. 
Holyoke, h. at Milton 

" William S. machinist, h. 5 Kinnaird 
Buckingham Eliza W. h. 1546 Cam- 
bridge 

" Harriet D. teacher, 79 Brattle, h. 
1546 Cambridge 

" Silas H. iron foundry, West Ded- 
ham, Mass. h. 1546 Cambridge 
Buckland Georgiana C. Mrs. boarding 
house, 25 and 27 Holyoke 



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Buckley Agnes, music teacher, 447 
Winsor, b. do. 
" Catherine, widow, b. 221 Columbia 
44 Catherine, widow of John, h. 2 

Short 
" Catherine, widow of William, h. 

7 Fourth 
" Charles J. furniture polisher, h. 

232 Vine 
" Cornelius, at 169 Gore, b. 85 Win- 
ter 
" Cornelius, driver, h. 116 Willow 
" Daniel, coachman, b. 234 Vine 
" Daniel, engine cleaner, h. r. 175 
Bridge 

BUCKLEY DANIEL. A. real es- 
tate and insurance agent, and edi- 
tor and proprietor, Cambridge 
News, 527 Mass. ave. h. 278 Har- 
vard. See page 841 
" Daniel J. laborer, b. 34 Third 
" Elizabeth S. teacher, Harvard 
grammar school, h. at Chelsea 
" Eugene, foreman, h. 10 Ninth 
" Henry, gateman, No. Cambridge 

junction, b. 21 Woodbridge 
" James, at 169 Gore, b. r. 85 Winter 
" James, boarding house, 729 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 
" James, laborer, h. 45 Third 
" James, teamster, h. 234 Vine 
" James, shipper, 169 Gore. b. 447 

Winsor 
" James J. at P. O. B. h. 45 Third 
" James, Jr. laborer, b. 45 Third 
" Jeremiah, grocer, 117 Amory, h. do. 
" Jeremiah, motorman,h.l35 Amory 
" Jeremiah M. teamster, h. 12 Hard- 
ing 
" Johannah, widow of Michael, h. 

234 Vine 
" John, b. 30 Seventh 
" John, carpenter, h. 447 Winsor 
" John, cashier, 184 Washington. B. 

h. 12 Vincent 
" John, h. 124 Western ave. 
" John, harness maker, b. 304 Web- 
ster ave. 
" John, laborer, h. 14 Marion 
" John, teamster, b. 35 Jefferson 
" John C. brick mason, h.135 Amory 
" John F. laborer, b. 232 Vine 
" John J. clerk, B. b. 2 Short 
" John J. driver milk wa,gon, b. 117 

Amory 
" John J. laborer, 124 Western ave. 
" John L. (J. L. Buckley & Co.) 
stoves, etc. 32 Prospect, h. 124 
Western ave. 
" Joseph L. clerk, b. 117 Amory 



" Julia, widoow of Daniel, h. 304 
Webster ave. 

BUCKLEY J. L. & CO. stoves 
and plumbing, 32 Prospect. See 
page 804 
" Michael, teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 35 

Jefferson 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 26 Portland 
" Patrick, laborer, b. r. S5 Winter 
" Thomas, blacksmith, h. 108 

Plympton 
" Thomas F. liquors, B. h. 104 

Hampshire 
" Timothy J. plumber, b. 221 Col- 
umbia 
" Timothy F. clerk, 594 Cambridge, 

b. 304 Webster ave. 
" Timothy L. laborer, b. 45 Third 
" Walter, waiter, Memorial Hall, rms. 

89 Walden 
" William, h. 16 Oak Circle 
" William, teamster, b. 35 Jefferson 
" William F. teamster, b. 10 Harding 
" William H. clerk, P. O., B. b. 45 
Third 
Buckman Benjamin F. printer, h. 27 
Pine 
" Charles E. carpet beater, State, cor. 

Smart, b. at Walpole 
" Charles C. 10 Ames bldg. B. b. 22 
Arlington 
Bucknell Kate B. Mrs. h. 68 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Buckwater D. T. carpenter, b. Brattle 

Sq. Hotel 
Budd John, laborer, b. 138 Pleasant 
" Percy James, laborer, h. 49 Reed 
Buffum Albert F. clerk, b. 8 Temple 
" Ferdinand M. janitor, h. 8 Temple 
" James H. clerk, 385 Putnam ave. b. 

227 Norfolk 
" James L. paper hanger, 227 Nor- 
folk h. do. 
Buker Edwin, plainer, b. 30 Fairmount 
Bulnnch Ellen S. h. 3 Garden 

" Stephen G. Mrs. h. 3 Garden 
Bulger Bernard, hose maker, b. 15 Co- 
lumbia 
" Nicholas, cooper, h. 167 Thorndike 
" Patrick, cooper, h. 37 Ninth 
Bulke Paul, baker, 53% Plymouth, h. 

52 do. 
Bull Goold H. mechanical engineer, 
168 Main, h. at W. Roxbury 
" Helen Elizabeth, nurse, b. 837 Mass. 

ave. 
" Ole Mrs. h. 168 Brattle 
Bullard D. Webster, clerk, h. 20 Maple 
ave. 









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141 



Billiard Elizabeth C. music teacher, 
378 Harvard, h. do. 

" E. Herbert, h. 20 Maple ave. 

" Frank E. bookkeeper, B. h. 13 Leon- 
ard ave. 

" George A. cover maker, b. 154 
Pleasant 

" Henry W. treas. Cambridgeport 
Savings Bank, 6S9 Mass. ave. h. 
at Arlington 

BUL.LARD JOHN C. cashier, 
Cambridge National Bank, 221 
Cambridge, h. 19 Bigelow. See 
page 777 
" Joseph O. b. 19 Trowbridge 
" Louisa D. h. 22 Center 
41 Mary A. Mrs. h. 378 Harvard 
" Mary L. h. 378 Harvard 
" Richard, shoe cutter, 1252 Mass. av. 

h. at Arlington 
" Walter R. at R. P. b. 154 Pleasant 
" Willard A. cashier, First Nat. Bank 
of Cambridge, 665 Mass. ave. h. 
929 do. 
" William H. engineer, 385 Putnam 

ave. h. 154 Pleasant 
Bullen Alvin A. letter carrier, 1849 

Mass. ave. h. 56 Creighton 
Bulley Mary, widow of G. Grant, h. 41 

Prince 
Bullock Charles, h. 2200 Mass. ave. 
1 Edward A. watchman, h. end Locke 
" George, clerk, rms. 70 Green 
" Harriet S. widow of Laban, h. 4% 

Centre 
4 Nathan, teamster, b. 18 Brewery 
"Otis S. machinist, 179 Broadway, h. 
at Boston 
Thomas, firemen, h. 2 Emmett pi. 
" Thomas, teamster, h. 55 Moore 
Bumford Kirk, carpenter, h. 5 Locke 
Bumstead Freeman J. Mrs. h. 12 Berk- 
eley 
Bunker Nathaniel W. carpenter, and 
dist. fire chief, rms. 2037 Mass. 
ave. 
' & Gray, provisions, 224 Cambridge 
iBunnage John, laborer, b. 21 Cogswell 

ave. 
Bunnell Jemiua, widow of Isaac, h. 48 

Jay 
Bunnion Patrick, teamster, b. 161 Put- 
nam ave. 
; Thomas, laborer, h. 161 Putnam av. 
Bunting Harry, clerk, Am. R. Works, 
b. at Somerville 
William, watchmkr. rms. 14 Brook- 
line 
Bun ton George W. cashier, 17 East, B. 
h. 63 Washington ave. 



Bunton James H. clerk, 479 Mass. ave. 
h. 18 Park 
" Jennie L. widow of William A. h. 

950 Mass. ave. 
Buquelin William, at North's, b. 313 

Portland 
Burbeck Eliza J. h. 112 Avon Hill 
" Frel L. grocer, at Somerville, h. 20 

Beach 
" George D. foreman, R. P. h. 21 
Hewes 
Burbine Joseph, carpenter, h. 55 North 
Burbridge Joseph, painter, h. 28 Cres- 
cent 
Burch Eben F. fish market, 1262 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1267 do. 
Burchell Richard H. baker, h. 130 
Hamilton 
" Samuel, baker, h. 70 Sidney 
Burchill George, teamster, h. 322 Vine 
" Isaac, shoemaker, 1252 Mass. ave. 
h. 23 Bay 
Burdakin John C. Mrs. h. 46 Lee 
Burden William H. boiler maker, h. 16 

Vandine 
Burdge John F. baker, h. 68 School 
Burdick George, conductor, h. 52 Sac- 
ramento 
Burditt Algernon L. organ tuner, b. 25 
William 
" George L. private tutor, b. 12 

Centre 
" George W. (Burditt & Bynner) 
hardware, etc. 674 Mass. ave. h. 
12 Centre 
" Le Roy S. tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 
25 William 

BURDITT & BYNNER (George 
W. Burditt and Edward T. Bynner), 
hardware, paper hangings, etc. 674 
Mass. ave. See page 12 
Bureau Joseph, laborer, h. 9 Mont- 
gomery 
Burford George, clerk, B. h. 15 Sacra- 
mento 
! Burgess Almira, widow of Zimri, h. 24 
Magazine 
44 Arthur W. h. 18 Hubbard ave. 
" Benjamin, coal, h. 297 Third 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 108 Kinnaird 
" Earl S. cabinet maker, b. 4 William 
" Howard R. stockman, h. 510 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Thomas J. salesman, B. h. 365 Co- 
lumbia 
" Wililam, drawman, Sixth, Third 
and First street bridges, h. 4. 
William 
44 William H. h. 221 Prospect 
" William P. shipper, B. h. 2 Sands 



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Burg-ess William W. clerk, 29 Hamp- 
shire, b. 301 Broadway 
Burgin John, laborer, h. 6 Harding 
" Mary Mrs. h. 6 Harding 
Burgois Aldric, lather, b. 41 y 2 Jackson 
Burgoyne Fred, wire worker, h. 24 
Tufts 
" James C. carpenter, h. 54 Brattle 
Burk Andrew, case maker, h. 333 Vine 
Burke Ann Mrs. h. 19 School 
" Bessie, h. 125 Austin 
" Catherine Mrs. h. 9 Lopez 
" Catherine, widow, h. 41 Ninth 
" Charles, clerk, h. 94 Fourth 
" Charles A. bookkeeper, 85 State, B. 

h. 204 Columbia 
" Charles E. cooper, h. 116 Spring 
" Daniel, iron worker, h. 46 Plymouth 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 13 Clifton 
" Dostie, laborer, h. 3 Hotel Harrison 
" Edward J. clerk, 153 Spring, b. 78 

Sixth 
" George, silver polisher, rms. 189 

Cambridge 
" George P. tailor, 463 Main, b. 119 

Pine 
" James, laborer, h. 25 Walnut ct. 
" James, machinist, h. 103 Gore 
" James, shoemaker, h. 26 Portland 
" James F. foreman, C. W. W. h. 363 

Prospect 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 392 Norfolk 
" Joanna, widow of Jeremiah, h. 639 

Main 
" John, b. 8y 2 South 
" John, h. 14 Harrison 
" John, h. 43 Webster ave; 
" John, laborer, h. 161 Broadway 
" John, laborer, h. 392 Norfolk 
" John, laborer, h. 17 Warren 
" John, laborer, b. r. 103 Spring 
" John, laborer, h. 172 Hampshire 
" John, laborer, 110 Elm, h. 6 Bristol 
" John, teamster, h. 158 Thorndike 
" John, wood carver, h. 6 Leonard av. 
" John J. clerk, h. 102 Berkshire 
" John R. carpenter, h. 202 Hamp- 
shire 
" John T. piano maker, b. 293 Green 
" John W. electrotyper, R. P. h. 42 

Grant 
" Joseph, upholsterer, h. 142 Webster 

ave. 
" Joseph E. compositor, h. 70 Plymp- 

ton 
" Katharine, dressmaker, h. 6 Leon- 
ard ave. 
" Margaret, widow of James, h. 315 

Main 
" Margaret, widow of James, h. 42 
Hubbard ave. 



Bnrke Margaret T. teacher, Reed pri- 
mary school, b. 42 Hubbard ave. 
" Martin, horseshoer, b. 173 Bridge 
" Martin, scotch knitter, Am. Net & 

Twine Co. h. r. 16 Winter 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 293 

Green 
" Mary A. teacher, Riverside primary 

school, b. 42 Hubbard ave. 
" Mary A. Mrs. h. 198 Franklin 
" Michael, at Woven Hose Co. b. 315 

Elm 
" Michael, laborer, b. 7 Lumbert 
" Nicholas F. clerk, B. b. 42 Hubbard 

ave. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 310 Webster av. 
" Patrick, laborer, C. W. W. h. 344 

Green 
" Patrick J. rubber worker, b. 220 

Broadway 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 13 Farwell pi. 
" Paul A. watchmaker, B. h. 76 Sixth 
" Peter, mason, b. end Harvey 
" Peter J. gardener, 1509 Cambridge, 

h. at Somerville 
" Thomas, blacksmith, 182 Bridge, 

and 19 Gore, h. 173 Bridge 
" Thomas, hostler, 565 Mass. ave. h. 

119 Pine 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 52 Rindge av«, 
" Thomas, stable foreman, Sixth, h. 

73 Spring 
" Thomas Mrs. h. 325 Main 
" Thomas F. special police, h. 215 

Mt. Auburn 
" Walter S., U. S. N. h. 27 Everett 
" Winifred A. h. 23 Somerset 
Burkhardt Marie Mrs. h. 1427 Cam- 
bridge 
Burleigh H. Prescott, real estate, 579 

Mass. ave. rm. 2, b. 74 Putnam 

ave. 
" Jacob N. purchasing" agent, 27 

Franklin, h. 74 Putnam ave. 
" Thomas W. motorman, b. 2 Hough- 
ton 
Burlen Moses, h. 290 Mass. ave. 
" M. Prescott, watchman, b. 290 

Mass. ave. 
Burling John A. machinist, h. 341 

Winsor 
Burlingame Alice J. Mrs. h. 2217 Mass. 

ave. 
" Howard B. student, b. 2217 Mass. 

ave. 
Burll Edward, carpenter, h. 22 Union 
Burman Alfred, stone cutter, b. 28 

Second 
Burmann Lewis G. sausage mnfr. 

Somerville, h. end Clarendon av. 



CAMBRIDGE 



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DIRECTORY 



143 



Burn Eliza, seamstress, rms. 140 Tre- 
mont 

BURNES KOBERT N. furniture, 
485 Mass. ave. h. 77£ Franklin. 
See page 833 
Burnett Charles H. janitor, b. 3 Mifflin 
pi. 
' Charles W. machinist, b. 16 Ash 
" Dorcas P. widow of Israel, h. 56 

Brewery 
" Edward Mrs. h. Elmwood ave. 
" Eugene, bookkeeper, h. 6 Bristol 
" Francis L. h. Elmwood ave. 
" Frank W. hack driver, 35 Church, 

h. 60 Bratle 
" Mary, widow, h. 10 Fourth st. pi. 
Burney Patrick, Am. Rub. Co. h. 333 
Western ave. 
" Thomas, at Am. Rub. Co. h. r. 50 
Broadway 
Burnham Abraham W. D. clerk, B. b. 
19 Shepard 
" Addie E. Mrs. h. 124 Green 

BURNHAM ADDISON C. law- 
yer, 28 State, B. h. 14£ Fayette. 
See page 855 
" Anna F. editor, Congregational 

House, B. h. 199 Auburn 
" Annie C. h. 129 Washing-ton 
" Arthur F. clerk, B. b. 282 Winsor 
" Carrie F. compositor, b. 282 Winsor 
" Charles H. carpenter, b. 14 Chauncy 
" Charles L. clerk, B. b. 329 Pearl 
" Charles Theo. foreman, 145 Broad- 
way, h. 282 Winsor 
" Everett, wood turner, b. 129 Wash- 
ington 
" Frank L. provisions, 37 Brattle, h. 

25 Wendell 
" Fred S. foreman, 530 Main, h. at 

Boston 
" John F. clerk, B. h. 329 Pearl 
" Lamont G. (L. G. Burnham & Co.) 
coal, 221 Bridge and 86 State, 
and 144 Charles, B. h. 17 Bay 
State road, Boston 

BURNHAM L. G. & CO.(I,amont 
G. Burnham), coal, wood, etc. 
221 Bridge, 263 Pearl, 144 Charles 
and junc. Swett and Mass. ave. 
Mount Washington avenue and 
Granite, B. office 86 State, B. See 
page 4 
' Sarah M. h. 80 Fourth 
' Sophronia, widow of Charles T. h. 

282 Winsor 
; Warren, trav. salesman, b. 46 Wil- 
liam 
Burns Albert D. clerk, 26 Washington, 
h. 118 Harvard 



Burns Andrew, laborer, h. 184 Bridge 

" Ann, widow of Edward, h. r. 102 
Spring 

" Anna, widow of Alexander, h. 240 
Broadway 

" Anna L. Mrs. h. 62 Kirkland 
' Annie, grocer, 252 Franklin, h. do. 

" Arthur B. book finisher, b. 72 In- 
raan 

" A. Stewart, foreman, h. 21 Lopez 

" Catherine, widow, h. 19 Brown 

" Catherine A. widow, variety store, 
47 Gore, h. do. 

" Charles E. clerk, B. h. 278 Broad- 
way 

" Charles F. mail driver, U. S. h. r. 
102 Spring 

" David, freight handler, h. 377 Win- 
sor 

" David D. clerk, 15 Sparks, b. do. 

" David F. elastic cement, 5 Black- 
stone, h. 43 Fairmont 

" David F. h. 16 Sparks 

" Edward F. butter and eggs, b. 72 
Inman 

" Edward F. editor, Boston Globe, h. 
62 Norfolk 

" Edward J. roofer, 133 Clark 

" Eugene, laborer, h. 23 Cowper- 
thwaite 

" Eugene, Jr. laborer, b. 23 Cowper- 
thwaite 

" Honora, widow of David, h. 7 Cow- 
perthwaite 

" James, h. 20 Cowperthwaite 

" James, blacksmith, h. 281 Vine 

" James, butcher, h. 339 Norfolk 

" James, coffin maker, h. 144 Spring 

" James, h. 115 Winsor 

" James, janitor, b. 27 Bow 

" James, laborer, h. 5 Baldwin pi. 

" James, pile driver, b. 15 Columbia 

" James B. clerk, 23 Harvard, b. 115 
Winsor 

" James H. clerk, 15 Sparks, b. do. 

" James P. laborer, h. 158 Willow 

" John, foreman, H. M. Sawyer <fc 
Son, Thorndike, h. 345 Norfolk 

" John, hostler, 565 Mass. ave. h. 44 
Flagg 

" John, laborer, h. 1 Fallon pi. 

" John, lumper, B. b. r. 5 DeWolf 

" John, teamster, h. Lechmere House, 
Bridge 

" John, trackman, W. E. St. R. Co. b. 
10 Brewer 

" John B. painter, h. 8 Gore 

" John H. painter, h. 24 Soden 

" John J. baker, h. 6 Harrison 



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Burns John J. baker, 29 Franklin, h. 

72 Inman 
" Julia, widow of John, h. 26 Pine 
" J. William, clerk, 2427 Mass. ave. h. 

at Somerville 
" Mary, widow, h. 35 Jefferson 
" Mary E. h. 1134 Mass. ave. 
" Michael, b. 44 Flagg 
" Michael, laborer, b. 12 Parnell 
44 Michael D. laborer, h. r. 5 DeWolf 
44 Michael P. city laborer, h. 59 Banks 
4 " Patrick, shoemaker, 149 Norfolk, h. 

151 do. 
44 Patrick F. teamster, b. 19 Mill 
44 Patrick J. hack driver, 196 Broad- 
way, h. 36 Foster 
44 Patrick J. section hand, B. & M. R. 

R. h. 73 Gore 
" Patrick R. provisions, 2 Cowper- 

thwaite, h. 29 Athens pi. 
44 Peter, h. 37 Bow 
" Richard B. h. 300 Brookline 
44 Robert R. carpenter, h. 613 Main 
44 Stuart, street car conductor, b. 47 

Lopez 
" Thomas, iron worker, h.. 169 Matin 
44 Thomas F. foreman, Chadwick 

Lead Works, North, h. 13 Fourth 
44 Thomas F. teamster, h. 1 Boyson 

Pi- 

44 Thomas J. clerk, 80 State, B. b. 72 
Inman 

44 Timothy, engineer steam roller, h. 
1 Fallon pi. 

44 Timothy, fireman, h. 10 Magazine 
ct. 

44 Timothy, laborer, h. r. 713 Cam- 
bridge 

44 Timothy Mrs. grocer, 15 Sparks, h. 
do. 

44 Walter G. clerk, b. 43 Fairmont 

44 William, b. 20 Harrison 

44 William, b. 17y 2 Marney 

William, elevator man, h. 2 SI Vine 

44 William, laborer, b. 14 Marion 
''William, laborer, h. New 

" William H. iceman, h. 151 Third 

44 see Byrne 
Burpee Hiram L. h. 467 Broadway 

44 Lucy, widow of Samuel, h. 92 An- 
trim 
Burr Lemuel, h. 45 Hampshire 

44 Lemuel D. carpet beater, b. 45 
Hampshire 

44 Marcia, widow of Newton, h. 21 
Bigelow 

" Sarah L. hairwork, 45 Hampshire, 
h. do. 

BURRAGE FREDERIC E. 
real estate, 603 Mass. ave. h. 191 
Prospect. See page 15 " 



Burrage George B. student, H. U. b. 
10 Fayette 

44 Harriet L. widow of T. F. h. 17 
Trowbridge pi. 

44 Henry T. civil engineer, City Hall, 
h. 17 Trowbridge pi. 

44 Josiah K. 603 Mass. ave. h. at Lan- 
caster, Mass. 

" William E. clerk, Cambridge Mutual 
Fire Ins. Co. 763 Mass ave. h. 174 
Chestnut 

" William S. student, H. U. b. 10 Fay- 
ette .. 

" William W. lawyer, 27 School, rm. 
9, B. and overseer of the poor, h. 
10 Fayette 
Burrell Benjamin T. tailor, B. h. 303 
Portland 

44 John J. at North's, h. 311 Portland 

" Martha J. Mrs. h. 33 Flagg 
Burridge Caroline T. h. 21 Amory 
Burrill George B. h. 172 Elm 

44 Samuel B. janitor, Conant Hall, 
H. U. rms. do. 
Burris Annie Mrs. h. 94 Dudley 
Burroughs Edward A. fish, 865 Main, 
h. 95 Columbia 

44 George L. provisions, 261 River, h. 
do. 
Burt Catherine J. widow of Seth F. h. 
127 Western ave. 

44 Euphemia, widow of William, h. 55 
Jay 
Burton Anson (A. & E. Burton & Co.), 
122 Harvard, h. at Winchester 

44 Archie D. carriagesmith, rear 10 
Brattle, h. 3 Sacramento pi. 

44 A. & E. & Co. (Anson Burton and 
Frank H. Carter), brush mnfrs. 
122 Harvard, salesroom, 21 Ex- 
change, B. 

44 Edward A. carpenter, h. 123 Au- 
burn 

44 Edwin G. broker, 20 India, B. h. 3 
Clinton 

44 Harry E. teacher, h. 75 Dana 

44 Henry E. letter carrier, 28 Brattle, 
h. 54 Sacramento 

44 Joseph S. coal, 70 Kilby, B. h. 30 
Langdon 
Bury T. George (T. G. Bury & Co.). 
tailor, 8 Prospect, rms. 35 
Brookline 

44 T. G. & Co. (T. George Bury), tail- 
ors, 8 Prospect 
Bushard John E. teamster, h. 112 
Portland 

44 see Bouchard 
Bushoke Samuel, h. 16 East 



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145 



BUSHWAY HARLEIGH J. 
confectioner, 91 and 91a Hamp- 
shire, h. 92Iuman. See page 821 
Busiel Bessie M. at B. U. b. 3 Ells- 
worth pk. 
•' Ivonetta A. clerk, Court House, b. 

3 Ellsworth pk. 
" Lizzie A. Mrs. clerk, probate office, 

Otis, h. 3 Ellsworth pk. 
Busiere John, city laborer, h. 120 

Sherman 
Busnach Henry, h. 25 Watson 
" Michael H. print's app. b. 27 Lo- 
pez 
" Samuel, hairdresser, 578 Mass. av. 

h. 27 Lopez 
" Solomon M. laborer, h. 20 Watson 
Bussey Robert, laborer, h. 14b 

Seventh 
Buste«d Sarah. A. widow of John B. 

h. 97 Henry 
Butcher Charles, floor polish, 9 Ha- 
verhill, B. h. 197 Lake View av. 
" John, foreman, h. 79 School 
*' William, harness maker, rms. 50 

Austin 
" William L. student (M. I. T., B.), 

b. 197 Lake View ave. 
Butland John C. F. (Butland & Son), 
express order box. 627 Mass. av. 
25 Merchants row, B. h. 309 
Pearl 
" Uriah (Butland & Son), express, 
order box, 627 Mass. ave. and 25 
Merchants row, B. h. 307 Pearl 
Willis, furniture mover, 627 Mass. 
ave. h. 53 Jay 
" & Son (Uriah and John C. F. But- 
land), 309 Pearl, express order 
box 627 Mass. ave. and 25 Mer- 
chants row, B. 
Butler Arthur, confectioner, h. 106 
Pleasant 
' Catherine A. widow of John, h. 26 

Watson 
" Daniel G. butler, 37 Lancaster, h. 

157 Raymond 
• Edwin G. driver, h. 93 Main 

BUTLER ELMER F. laundry,! 
2307 Mass. ave. h. do. See p. 834 j 
' Frank A. student, b. 4 Salem 
" Fred, teamster, h. 13 Fairmont av. 
' George, marble rubber, Mt. Au- 
burn, opp. Elmwood ave. h. at 
Boston 
' George A. (Gilbert & Butler), or- 
gan builders, 37 Fifth, h.26 Tre- 
mont 
George W. engine man, Chemical 
engine No. 2, h. 171 Lake View 
•ave. 



Butler Henry, driver, Franklin, h. 177 
do. 
" Isaac W. organ maker, h. 66 Thorn- 
dike 
" Jacob, laborer, b. 39 Tremont 
" James, wire Worker, b. 22 Green 
" John, carpenter, h. 6 Lamson pi. 
" John, horseshoer, h. 58 Lexington 
" Joseph, driver, 565 Main, h. Clark 
" Martha H. teacher, b. 2 Frost 
" Mary A. teacher, b. 267 Prospect 
" Matthew P. baker, 135 Inman, h. 

275 Prospect 
" Michael J. laborer, h. 52 Kinnaird 
" Michael J. tinsmith, 633 Mass. av. 

h. 174 Norfolk 
" Nathaniel, bicycle rider, b.4 Salem 
" Patrick, baker, h. 267 Prospect 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 108 Sixth 
" Sarah, widow of William, h. 4 Sa- 
lem 
" Sarah M. widow, b. 74 Vassal lane 
" Sumner W. vegetable dealer, b. 6 

Worcester 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 112 Spring 
" Thomas S. b. 4 Salem 
" William, helper, b. 173 River 
" William, laborer, h. 200 Sidney 

BUTLER WILLIAM P. insur- 
ance agent, 82 Water, B. bds, 42 
Orchard. See page 14 
" Zenas R. driver, 2 Mill, h. 19 Banks 
Butori Peter, laborer, h. 85 Gore 
Butt George, granite worker, rms. 47 

Lopez 
" George H. tinsmith, h. 39 Pine 
Butterfield Annie T. Mrs. h. 827 Main 
" David W. photographer, 573 Mass. 

ave. h. 87 Green 
" George A. butter, B. b. 400 Broad- 
way 
" Louis H. postal clerk, h. 77 Austin 
" Lonise E. widow of Charles, h. 411 

Cambridge 
" Sarah M. Mrs. b. 183 Hancock 
Butters Edwin F. photographer, 

Globe, B. b. 59 Market 
" George C. sign painter, b. 59 Mar- 
ket 
" Jdhn W. painter, 59 Market, h. do. 
Butterworth Albert, at 111 Putnam 
ave. h. at Boston 
" Robert, supt. Ill Putnam ave. h. 
at Somerville 
Buttimer John J. teamster, h. 137 

Otis 
Button Albert P. lithographer, b. 18 

dishing 
Buttrick Allen G. law student, b. 98. 
Columbia 
" Charles F. carpenter, h. 897 Main 



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Buttrick Charles H. painter, h. 11 
Wilbur 
" Charles H. h. 52 Martin 
Buxton Charles B. h. 5 Soden 

BUXTON GEORGE H. stable, 
1360 Cambridge, h. 1247 do. See 
page 829 
" John, wheelwright, h. 41 Regent 
" John H. mason, h. 3 Harold pi. 
" Walter H. fish, 52 River, h. 9 Soden 
Buzzell George W. fireman, City Hall, 
h. 5 Rockwell 
" Walter P. steam fitter, h. 148 Cam- 
bridge 
Byam Addie Bell, teacher, Agassiz 

school, h. at Somerville 
Byerly William E. professor, H. U. h. 

39 Hammond 
Byette John B. printer, h. 330 Winsor 
Bynner Edward T. (Burditt & Byn- 
ner), hardware, 674 Mass. ave. 
b. 1023 do. 
Byram Eben S. b. 19 Cottage 
Byrne Arthur, mason, h. 106 Colum- 
bia 
" Ellen, cook, h. 15 Sparks 
" James, fireman, h. 43 Union 
" Jame^, stone cutter, h. 20 Cowper- 

thwaite 
" John B. mason, 210 Main, h.32Erie 
" Joseph, mason, b. 106 Columbia 
" Lawrence, mason, h. 83 Washing- 
ton 
" see Burns 
Byrnes Alfred C. lineman, W. E. St. 
R. Co. h. 29 A Mill 
" James, cooper, h. 8 Blanche 
" Joseph, gas fitter, b. 413 Main 
Byron George H. carpenter, h. 126 
Hancock 
" John, painter, 22 Church, b. 10 
South 
Bytel Miriam A. teacher, 79 Brattle, 

b. 306 Harvard 
Byther Hudson B. carriage painter, 
h. 35 Brookline 
" Walter H. clerk, B. b. 35 Brookline 

CABECEIRA JOAQUIM, cabinet mak- 
er, h. 17 Vandine 
Cable Addie, widow of Wiliam H. h. 

r. 18% Green 
Cabot Charles, painter, h. 229 West- 
ern ave. 
:' Charles B. shipper, h. 465 Putnam 

ave. 
" Charles H. newspaper carrier, b. 

51 Trowbridge 
" Godfrey L. h. 35 Brewster 
" Godfrey L. 82 Water, B. h. 51 
Brewster 



Cabot Lucien S. truant officer, h. 259 
Norfolk 
" Rhoda, widow of Charles, h. 465 
Putnam ave. 
Cabral Antone, sugar house, b. 19 
Gore 
" Frances, widow of Manuel, h. 20 

Jefferson 
" Manuel, sugar worker, h. 19 Gore 
" Manuel, h. 36 Spring 
Cade Albert D. confectionery, b. 27 
Park 
" Charles B. (J. H. Stevens & Co.), 
plumber, 694 Mass. ave. h. 14 
Clinton 
Caffrey Ellen, dressmaker, 28 Portland, 

h. do. 
Cahill Albert E. printer, h. 231 River 
" Charles S. physician, 311 Prospect, 

b. 313 do. 
" David, pigs' feet, 15 Porter, h. do. 
" Edward P. harness maker, 7 Pearl. 

h. at Boston 
" Georg'e, laborer, h. 12 Sherman 
" James, laborer, b. 4 Olive pi. 
" James, laborer, h. 18 Foster 
" John, clerk, 2360 Mass. ave. b. 2 

Van Norden 
" John Mrs. h. 45 Reed 
" John F. apothecary, 1248 Cam- 
bridge, b. 313 Prospect 
" Mary E. widow of John, h. 313 

Prospect 
" Matthew, laborer, h. 199 Broadway 
" Michael J. coachman, B. h. 56 

Howard 
" Patrick, peddler, h. 2 Van Norden 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 10 Allston 
" Patrick L. cigar maker, h. 203 

Hampshire 
" Sarah, widow of Albert, h. 77 
1 Broadway 

" Wiliam, shoemaker, B. h. 29 Reed 
' Cahir Thomas F. janitor, Latin school, 

h. 84 Dudley 
I Cahoon Jesse H. Mrs. bookkeeper, 208 
| Broadway, rms. 177 y 2 Harvard 

I Caiger John G. stair builder, h. 147 
Washing-ton 
Cain Albion H. civil engineer, city en- 
gineer's office, City Hall, h. 209 
Green 
" James E. peddler, b. 33 Winter 
" William G. physician, 12 Lee, h. do. 
Caine Charles, waiter, h. 332 River 

" see Kane 
Cairns Catherine, h. 21 Amory 
" Charles A. asst. engineer, engine 6. 

h. 152 River 
" Hugh F. bricklayer, b. 111*4 Xnman 



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147 



Cairns James J. trunk maker, h. 111% 

Tnman 
" Margaret L. milliner, b. 111% In- 

man 
" Patrick, laborer, li. 111% Inman 
" Thomas, coachman, h. 25 Lopez 
" William H. engine man, steamer 
No. 2, h. 32 Suffolk 
Calanan James F. expressman, h. 197 

Elm 
Caldwell Almira, widow of William F. 

h. 347 Cambridge 
" Charles W. painter, h. 48 Fairmont 
" Frank, laborer, b. 7 Appian Way 
" George F. (Caldwell & Cox) painter, 

Whitney ct. h. 444 Winsor 
" George W. painter, h. 42 Church 
" George W. Jr. hackman, 35 Church, 

h. 42 do. 
" James A. h. 120 Magazine 
" John, pressman, h. 13 Vandine 
" John C. teamster, h. 216 Banks 
" Randolph, laborer, h. 7 Appian Way 
4i William, furniture, etc. 2093-2095 

Mass. ave. h. at Somerville 
" William F. printer, h. 339 Norfolk 

CALDWELL & COX (George F. 
Caldwell and George H. Cox), 
painters, Whitney ct. See p. 803 
Calinowski Anthony, shoemaker, h. 17 

Lambert 
Call Dallas F. hostler, b. 15 Squire's ct. 

" Hebrew D. cooper, h. 15 Squire's ct. 

" Luther P. salesman, B. h. 27 How- 
ard 

" Martin, mason, h. 53 Porter 

" , widow, h. 224 Webster ave. 

Callaghan Charles, laborer, h. 2472 
Mass. ave. 

" Elizabeth, h. 2472 Mass. ave. 

" Michael, ledgeman, h. 18 Middlesex 

" Timothv A. teamster, 53 Cedar, h. 
do. 
Callahan Alice, widow of Jeremiah, h. 
540 Winsor 

" Anna E. teacher, Putnam school, b. 
at Charlestown 

" Annie and Hannah, h. 7 Sparks st. 
pi. 

* Catherine, h. r. 8 Gore 

" Charles, painter, b. 25 Cowper- 
thwaite 

" Charles H. carpenter, h. 122 Sher- 
man 

" Charles H. laborer, h. 104 Plympton 

" Cornelius, ins. collector, Hancock 
Co. b. 306 Prospect 

' Daniel, gate tender, Short st. R. R. 
crossing, h. IS Short 

" Daniel, laborer, h. 237 Franklin 



Callahan Daniel, R. R. employee, h. 65 
Spring 
" Daniel, sergeant police, station h 

h. 32 Russell 
" Daniel E. city laborer, h. 145 Third 
" Daniel E. clerk, 1178 Cambridge, h. 

34 Market 
" Dennis J. electrician, W. E. St. Ry. 

Co. b. 18 Rice 
" Eugene, at A. R. Co. h. 5 Chestnut 

pk. 
" Eugene, blacksmith, 264 Elm, b. 22 

Marion 
" Eugene P. plumber, 27 Brattle, b. 

44 Foster 
" George A. h. 290 Elm 
" George L. driver, U. S. M. b. 145 

Third 
" James, laborer, b. 103 Spring 
" James, laborer, h. 282 Vine 
" Jeremiah, city laborer, h. 7 Short 
" Jeremiah, electrician, 2369 Mass. 

ave. b. 149 Putnam ave. 
" Jeremiah, hack stable, r. 757 Cam- 
bridge, h. 757 do. 
" John, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 216 Vine 
" John, barrels, h. 7 Fifth 
" John, laborer, h. 32 Jefferson 
* f John, laborer, h. 117 Spring 
" John, laborer, h. 3 Seventh 
" John, laborer, b. 83 Winter 
" John, painter, h. 25 Cowperthwaite 
" John E. waiter, h. 9 Moore 
" John F. butcher, b. 34 Market 
" John J. hack driver, b. 757 Cam- 
bridge 
" John P. h. 512 Winsor 
" Joseph, laiborer, h. 27 Cushing ct. 
" Laura Mrs. h. 157 Harvard 
" Margaret, widow, h. 198 Bridge 
" Margaret, widow of Timothv, h. 7 

Fifth 
" Mary, h. 3 Vandine 
" Mary, widow of Dennis, h. 97 Win- 
ter 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 44 Fos- 
ter 
" Mary E. h. 34 Market 
" Michael, laborer, h. 8 Gore 
" Patrick, switchman, B. & M. R. R. 

b. 16 Short 
" Patrick J. horseshoer, 581 Cam- 
bridge, b. 1 Lechmere pi. 
" Patrick P. laborer, h. 404 Huron av. 
" Paul, laborer, b. 232 Vine 
" Peter, plumber, b. 42 Ninth 
" William, grocer, 80 Concord ave. h. 

7 Sparks st. pi. 
" W T illiam, laborer, h. 42 Ninth 
" William J. carriage painter, 264 
Elm, b. 455 Columbia 



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Callahan William J. junk, h. 238 Elm 
" see Callaghan 
Callan Edward J. diamond broker, h. 
22 Beech 
" Eunice, widow of Thomas, h. 845 

Cambridge 
" James, clerk, b. 845 Cambridge 
" Thomas, city laborer, h. 845 Cam- 
bridge 
Callanan Dennis F. furniture polisher, 
h. 9 Green 
" John, laborer, h. 9 Green 
" Margaret J. dressmaker, 9 Green, 

b. do. 
" Martin J. coachman, h. Ill Inman 
" Michael D. tinsmith, b. 9 Green 
Callaway Timothy, laborer, h. 1010 

Cambridge 
Callender Frances, h. 78 Magazine 
Galley Walter, pastor, Tabernacle Bap- 
tist church, Bowdoin sq. B. h. 
30 Lee 
Callinan Thomas, laborer, b. 12 

Seventh 
Calnan Alice, widow of James J. h. 102 
Gore 
" Alice V. widow of James, h. 327 

Winsor 
" David I. blacksmith, h. 137 Harvard 
" James S. clerk, P. O. b. 79 Gore 
" Jeremiah, finisher, D. C. Storr Fur- 
niture Co. h. 118 Charles 
" John, engine cleaner, b. 52 Bridge 
" Maurice F. iron worker, b. 124 

Charles 
" Michael, teamster, 84 Bridge, h. 85 

do. 
" Patrick J. tallyman, 16 Cambridge, 

h. 79 Gore 
" P. Joseph, Jr. helper, b. 79 Gore 
" Thomas, engine cleaner, h. 52 

Bridge 
" Thomas F. brakeman, F. R. R. b. 
79 Gore 
Calob William, tinsmith, b. 103 Green 
Cambridge Almshouse, Tannery, Mar- 
tin L. Eldridge, supt. 
" Associated Charities, 671 Mass. ave. 

CAMBRIDGE BAKING CO. 
office, 438 Mass. ave. stores, 267, 
990 and 1255 Cambridge, 711 and 
1344 Mass. av. 269 River and Otis, 
cor. Sixth. See page 81 S 

" Bicycle Club, 545 Mass. ave. 

" Botanical Supply Co. 1286 Mass. av. 

" Casino, Mt. Auburn, cor. Bath 

" Cemetery, Charles S. Childs, supt. 
Coolidge ave. n. Watertown line 

C CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE, 
J Cambridge Chronicle Co. publish- 
ers, 573 Mass. ave. See page 860 



Cambridge City Band, 17 River 
" Conservatory of Music, 4 Lee 
" Co-operative Bank, 249 Cambridge, 

John H. Ponce, sec. 
" Day Nursery and Kindergarten, 41 

Holyoke, and 79 Moore 
" Drug Milling Co., Dudley, cor. Reed, 

John T. Moulton, prop. 

CAMBRIDGE ELECTRIC 
LIGHT CO. J. Q. Bennett, pres- 
ident, F. H. Raymond, treasurer, 
Western ave. cor. Albro. See p. 12 

" Gas Light Co. office 1290 Mass. ave. 
works 354 Third 

" Home for Aged People, 183 Han- 
cock 

" Hospital, Mt. Auburn, opp. Chan- 
ning 

CAMBRIDGE ICE CO. 122 
Hampshire. See page 847 
" Laundry, Henry S. Porter, prop. 2 

4, 6, 8 Soden 
" Master Painters' and Decorators' 

Asso. 671 Mass. ave. 
" Military Band, C. N. Phelps, leader, 
17 River 

CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE 
INSURANCE CO. Dana W. 
Hyde, pres. A. L. Barbour, sec. 
and treas. 763 Mass. ave. See p. 14 

CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL 

BANK, A. F. Sortwell, vice 
pres. John C. Bullard, cashier, 221 
Cambridge. See page 777 

CAMBRIDGE NEWS, Daniel A. 
Buckley, editor and prop. 527 
Mass. ave. See page 841 
" Observatory, June. Garden, Bone 
and Concord ave. 

CAMBRIDGE PRESS, James 
Cox, prop. 622 Mass. ave. See 
page 861 
" Public Library, W. L. R. Gifford, 
librarian, Broadway, cor. Trow- 
bridge 

CAMBRIDGE SAFE DEPOS- 
IT & TRUST CO. J. B.Russell, 
pres. L. W. Cutting, treas. 1298 
and 1300 Mass. ave. See page 779 

CAMBRIDGE SAVINGS 
BANK, Charles W. Sever, pres. 
Oscar F. Allen, treas. 1410 Mass. 
ave. See page 778 
/CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL 

Vy (THE), for girls (private), 79 
Brattle, Margaret Winthrop Hall, 
21 Chauncy, Howells House, 37 
Concord ave. Mr. Arthur Oilman, 
director. See page 863 
" Social Union, 42 Brattle 



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149 



C CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE, F. 
J Stanhope Hill, prop. 26a Brattle. 
See page 861 
" Veterinary Hospital, 12 Bay 
** Vinegar Co. vinegar mnfrs. 75 Main 
" Water Works, office, City Hall, 
pumping station, Worthington, 
cor. Lake View ave. 
" Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, 680 Mass. ave. 
" Young Women's Christian Asso- 
ciation, 695 Mass. ave. 
Cani'bridgeport Athletic Asso., Pros- 
pect, cor. Harvard 
" Diary Co. diary mnfrs., 26 Black- 
stone 

CAMBRIDGEPORT NATION- 
AL BANK, Asa P. Morse, pres. 
Will F. Roaf, cashier, 595 Mass. 
ave. See page 777 
" Post Office, 647 Mass. ave. 

CAMBRIDGEPORT S A V- 
INGS BANK, D. U. Chamber- 
lain, pres. 6S9Mass. av. See p. 778 
Came Ada M. music teacher and 
stenographer, h. 352 Mass. ave. 
" Daniel, tinsmith, b. 352 Mass. ave. 
" George A. teamster, h. 142 Thorn- 
dike 
Camel Kenneth, blacksmith, b. 189 

Rindge ave. 
Cameron Alexander M. carpenter, h. 
333 Elm 
" Allan, teamster, h. 43 Pine 
" Daniel J. lineman, Tel. Co. h. 1593 

Cambridge 
44 George A. laborer, rms. 100 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Hugh, lineman, b. 14 Prospect 
" Hugh L. florist, Whittemore ave. 

h. do. 
" H. A. h. 153 Cherry 
" Jessie, widow of James W. h. 124 

Auburn 
" John, lineman, B. h. 15 Sparks 
' John J. granite polisher, h. 200 

Appleton 
" Margaret Mrs. housekeeper, 133 

Mt. Auburn 
' Neil, carriage maker, 414 Main, h. 

at Boston 
' Robert, head gardener, Botanic 

Garden, h. 32 Raymond 
' Robert F. wire worker, h. Hotel 

Holly 
" Wesley B. carpenter, h. 38 Carver 
Cammer Abram B. collector, 17 Pros- 
pect, h. 34 Pleasant 
Campbell Aban, carpenter, b. 158% Otis 
" Alec. R. peddler, h. 940 Cambridge 



Campbell Alexander, carpenter, h. r. 
12 Appian Way 

" Alexander J. clerk, h. 102 River 

" Alexander S. clerk, h. 47 Elm 

" Alice D. Mrs. boarding house, 3 
Mifflin pi. 

" Allan A. harness maker, h. 225 
Broadway 

" Alonzo B. conductor, B. & A. R. R. 
h. 18 Tufts 

" Bros. (Thomas F. and Edward H. 
Campbell), grocers, 159 Third 

" Charles H. engineer, h. 181 Charles 

" Daniel, plasterer, h. 3 Mifflin pi. 

" David J. tire alarm operator, City 
bldg. Brattle sq. rms. do. 

" Dougald, clerk, 17 Brattle, b. 12 
DeWolf 

" Edward H. (Campbell Bros.), gro- 
cer, 159 Third, h. 52 Spring 

" Emma C. h. 1759 Mass. ave. 

" Enos, painter, h. 707 Main 

" Ewen, carpenter, h. 179 Harvard 

" Francis, h. 38 Langdon 

" George, baker, 1906 Mass. ave. h. 
at Somerville 

" George M. student, b. 3 Summer 

" George P. student, H. U. h. 46 Car- 
ver 

" Hannaford H. motorman, b. 16 
Blake 

" Henry, painter, b. 722 Main 

" Henry, painter, h. 1 Hampshire pi. 

" Hiram A. oil dealer, h. 102 River 

" Hugh, furniture polisher, h. 122 
Charles 

" Hugh, h. 193 Vine 

" James, blacksmith, h. 6 Hotel 
Dorchester 

" James, driver, 135 Washington, b. 
do. 

" James, moulder, b. 77 Washington 

" James, mason, b. 2480 Mass. ave. 

" James, foreman, State, cor. Os- 
born, h. 167 Spring 

" James, painter, h. 10 Union 

" James, provisions, h. 302 Elm 

" James, teamster, b. 291 Cambridge 

" James P. boiler maker, h.25 Ports- 
mouth 

" John, boiler maker, h. 254 Winsor 

" John, foreman machinist, 162 
Broadway, h. 3 Summer 

" John A. (Conder & Campbell), gro- 
cer, 442 Mass. ave. b. 3 Summer 

" John M. letter carrier. 647 Mass. 
ave. h. 98 Austin 

" John Wm. carriage maker, 2067 
Mass. ave. h. 20 Cogswell ave. 

" J. Wilfred, car conductor, b. 207 
Mt. Auburn 



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Campbell Mark, teamster, Fifth, cor. 
Rogers, h. Spear's block, Binney 
" kelson, roofer, h. 291 Cambridge 
" Newell R. old books, 28 Boylston, 

h. at Boston 
" Robert W. piano maker, b. 10 Sid- 
ney 
" Sanford K. driver, h. 47 Franklin 
" Sarah A. dressmaker, 22 Mt. Au- 
burn, h. do. 
" Sherman, student, b. 102 River 
" Thomas F. (Campbell Bros.), gro- 
cer, 159 Third, h. 195 Vine 
" Thomas M. plumber, h. 18 Blanche 

CAMPBELL THOMAS K. tin 
plate worker, 13 and 15 Cherry, h. 
156 Norfolk. See page 805 

" William (William Campbell & Co.) 
boiler maker, Sixth, n. Broad- 
way, h. 1G8 Harvard 

" William, collector, h. 144 Auburn 

" William, shoemaker, 171 Main, h. 
169 do. 

" William H. clerk, B. h. 25 Rocking- 
ham 

" William J. reed maker, h. 66 Tre- 
mont 

" William K. foreman, Atlantic 
Works, E. B. h. 113 Washington 

" William T. teacher, Boston Latin 
school, B. h. 38 Langdon 

CAMPBELL WILLIAM & CO. 
(William and Wilson Campbell), 
boiler mnfrs. Sixth, near Broad- 
way. See page 844 
" Wilson (William Campbell & Co.), 
boiler mnfr. Sixth, n. Broad- 
way, h. 69 Norfolk 
Campion James J. bell boy, B. b. 303 

Western ave. 
Canavan James A. car conductor, h. 
27A Mill 
" Joseph A. piano mover, h. 6 Rock- 
well 
" Maynard, butcher, b. 90 Western 

ave. 
" see Cannavan 
Canell Henry, h. 73 Thorndike 

" Joseph, carpenter, b. 73 Thorndike 
Cann Bowman F. foreman, 25 Cherry, 
h. at Arlington Heights 
" Wilson O. baker, 1220 Cambridge, 
h. at Boston 
Cannavan Alice, widow of James, h. 
5 Vandine 
" John H. soap maker, 204 Broad- 
way, h. 5 Vandine 
" see Canavan 
Canney Charles, shoemaker, b. 231/2 
Winter 



Canney Charles C. plast'r,b.33 Harding 
" James H. ladder maker, b. 23% 

Winter 
" John J. produce peddler, h. 33 

Harding 
" W T illiam, sawyer, h. 6 Franklin 
Cannon Frank, driver, rms. 35 Brook- 
line, suite 2 
Cant William, saleman, B. rms. 305' 

Broadway 
Canterbury George W. confectioner, 

h. 14 Lake 
Cantil Anthony, hairdresser, Harvey, 

cor. Cedar, h. 43 Reed 
Cantwell Dennis F. clerk, h. 152 

Spring 
" James, hatter, b. 22 Suffolk 
" Richard, boiler maker, h. 22 Suf- 
folk 
" Richard, laborer, h. 52 Auburn pi. 
" Thomas J. fireman, h. 41 Ninth 
Canty Dennis G. coachman, h. 24 
Hayes 
" Gregory, laborer, b. 226 Bridge 
" Gregory, teamster, h. 195 Portland 
" James, laborer, h. 226 Bridge 
" Kate, widow of Zeph. boarding 

house, 189 Columbia 
" Lillian M. teacher, Taylor school, 

b. at Stoneham 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 226 Bridge 
" Timothy J. laborer, b. 226 Bridge 
" William, h. 189 Columbia 
Gapaul Jacob, cook, h. 195 Cambridge 
Capeles Maurice, laborer, h. 2 Davis 
Capelle Jonas F. clerk, 134 Portland, 

B. h. 138 Thorndike 
Capen Charles L. music teacher, 149A 
Tremont, B. h. 4 Wright 
" Emma F. Mrs. h. 3 Albany 
Carberg Lorenzo C. engineer, h. 834 
Main 
" William G. machinist, h. 97 Pine 
Car-berry James, candy maker, b. 56 

Austin 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 633 Putnam ave. 
" Patrick, hostler, h. 1 Soden pi. 
Carboneau Eugene, laborer, h. 22 
Clifton 
" John B. laborer, h. S3 Sherman 
" Napoleon, carpenter, h. 31 Jackson 
Carbrey Rachel, widow of Hugh. h. 482 

Cambridge 
Carden Paul, broom maker, h. 77 Cres- 
cent ave. 
Carder Abbie A. dressmaker. 7 Essex, 
b. do. 
" Augustus W. draughtsman, B. b. 7 

Essex 
" J. Smith, cashier, I. S. S. Co.. B. b. 
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Carder Mort. A. b. 798 Mass. ave. 
" Pearl L. photographer, b. 7 Temple 
" Richard, carpenter, B. h. 7 Essex 
" Robert A. lodging house, 798-800 
Mass. ave. 
Carew Edward A. cooper, h. r. 2 Nor- 
folk 
" Joseph, rubber worker, b. 302 Vine 
" Martin, laborer, h. 302 Vine 
" Mary E. widow of Thomas A. h. 29 

Everett 
" Philip P. laborer, h. 100 Gore 
Carey Cornelius, banner maker, b. 10 

Winter 
" David, laborer, b. 55 y 2 Franklin 
" Dennis, bookbinder, b. 39 Gore 
" Dennis, rubber worker, b. 3 Hamp- 
shire 
" Honora, widow of Timothy, h. 122 

Gore 
" John M. porter, B. h. 87 Gore 
" John M. Jr. butter, b. 87 Gore 
" Leslie C. packer, b. 40 Brookline 
" Margaret, widow of Jeremiah, h. 

87 Gore 
" Mary, widow" of Dennis, h. 374 Green 
" Michael, boiler maker, h. 46 Sidney 
" Michael, laborer, h. 12 Marion 
; Patrick, laborer, h. 9 Squire's ct. 
T ' William, laborer, b. 26 Warren 
" see Cary 
Cargill Thomas, teamster, h. 76% 

Thorndike 
Carkin John A. motorman, h. 222 

Chestnut 
Carlberg Josephine C. boarding house, 

728 Cambridge, h. do. 
Carleson Charles, shipper, B. h. 75 

River 
Carleton Thomas A. mason, h. 16 

Springfield 
Carlin Gertrude R. stenographer, h. 
219 Brookline 
' James R. stone cutter, b. 9 Board- 
man 
" James T. brass moulder, h. 219 
Brookline 
Michael, galvanizer, b. 118 Harvard 
Thomas P. plumber, 1440 Mass. ave. 
b. 5 Flagg 
" William A. plumber, h. 5 Flagg 
Carlisle Alfred V. B. asst. supt. Am. 
Rub. Co. h. 44 Columbia 
' George A. blacksmith, B. h. 112 

Hampshire 
1 Samuel J. H. baker, 567 Mass. ave. 
h. do. 

Carll Frederick W. baker, h. 27 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Mary E. widow of Erastus B. h. 27 
Putnam ave. 



Carlock Charles T. foreman binder, 26 
Blackstone, h. at Allston 

" John R. watchmaker, B. h. 1 Han- 
cock pi. 
Carlo w Roscoe A. peddler, h. 9 Seckle 

" , widow, h. iy 2 Union 

Carlson Adolph, laborer, h. 153 Third 

" Alfred, clerk, B. h. 6 King pi. 

" Alfred, machinist, h. 2 Gray pi. 

" August, machinist, h. 47 Seventh 

" August, teamster, h. 239 Main 

" Axel, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 718 Cam- 
bridge 

" Axel, clerk, b. 764 Main 

" Axel, machinist, h. 583 Main 

" Berian, Am. Rub. Works, b. 4 Par- 
nell 

" Bertha E. widow of William G. h.. 
51 Wendell 

" Carl A. tinsmith, b. 141 Clark 

" Carl A. b. 248 Prospect 

" Carl G. piano hammer coverer, h. 
109 Washington 

" Charles, stone cutter, h. 5 Erie 

" C. Lee, confectioner, h. 312 Cam- 
bridge 

" Edward, painter, rms. 86 Washing- 
ton 

i4 Emil, at 169 Gore, b. 469 Cambridge 

" Eric, wood carver, h. 9 Magnolia av. 

" Harry, foundryman, b. 219 Broad- 
way 

' ; John, leather, B. b. 303 Portland 

" Nanna, widow of Gustaf, h. 303 
Portland 

" Peter O. painter, h. 7 Cherry ct. 

" Samuel, piano case maker, h. 80 
Washington 

" Theodore H. piano hammer cov- 
erer. 73 Main, b. 300 Prospect 
Carlton Charles E. clerk, b. 19 Trow- 
bridge 

" Elijah W. h. 19 Trowbridge 

" William, clerk, b. 19 Trowbridge 
Carman Charles G. clerk, B. b. 94 Mag- 
azine 

" Charles W. grocer, 805 Main, h. 94 
Magazine 

" Frank E. clerk, 805 Main, h. 98 
Prospect 

" John S. clerk, B. b. 94 Magazine 

" Minnie E. widow of Willard B. h. 
195 Hamilton 
Carmichael James A. carpenter, h. 353 
Prospect 

" John, truant officer, h. 1541 Cam- 
bridge 

" John. Jr. clerk, 19 No. Market, B„ 
b. 1541 Cambridge 

" Joseph S. clerk, B. b. 1541 Cam- 
bridge 



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Carmichael Mary, wid. h. 353 Prospect 
" Mary A. teacher, Putnam school, b. 

1541 Cambridge 
■" Matthew P. clerk, b. 1541 Cam- 
bridge 
" Peter J. hardware, etc. 1190 Cam- 
bridge, h. 353 Prospect 
" Teany, dressmkr. 353 Prospect,b.do. 
" William F. clerk, 1354 Mass. ave. b. 
1541 Cambridge 
Carmody James, laborer, b. 26 Warren 

" John, switchman, b. 11 Broadway 
•Carnes James C. carpenter, h. 8 Pio- 
neer 
" James W. clerk, h. 37 y 2 Webster av. 
Carney Daniel, at 169 Gore, h. 177 Otis 
" Edwin A. (Baker & Carney), grocer, 

529 Mass. ave. h. 81 Green 
" Francis H. piano tuner, h. 263 Put- 
nam ave. 
"" Francis J. student, b. 263 Putnam 

ave. 
" Frank, laborer, h. 41 Warren 
V Frank, at H. U. library, rms. 14 

Mellen 
" George, can maker, rms. 56 Austin 
" James J. laborer, h. 26 Sparks 
" John, fish Salter, h. 64 Winter 
" John, hostler, b. 6 Jackson 
" John, laborer, h. r. 19 Jefferson 
" John, quarryman, b. 15 Farwell pi. 
" John F. laborer, h. 32 Harding 
■" John P. plumber, 623 Mass. ave. h. 

1102 do. 
** Michael E. b. 126 Munroe 
■*' Patrick, laborer, h. r. 25 Grant 
" Patrick, stone cutter, b. 22 Spring 
" Rebecca, widow of Bernard, h. 6 

Jackson 
" Timothv, laborer, b. 12 Seventh st. 

ct. 
" William, laborer, b. 12 Seventh st. 

ct, 
" William A. teamster, h. 6 Dickin- 
son 
" see Kearney 
'Carpenter Alexander C. blacksmith, h. 
128 Hastings 
" Arthur H. student, b. 210 Columbia 
" Charles M. Rev. pastor, Hope 

church, h. 210 Columbia 
" Edcil, driver mail wagon, h. 77 

Broadway 
" Edward A. physician, 7 Linnaean.h. 

do. 
" Edward W. plumber, 1440 Mass. av. 

b. 58 Sacramento 
•" Ethel B. music teacher, 210 Colum- 
bia, h. do. 



Carpenter John, mgr. Chamber of Com- 
merce, B. rms. 2 Bellevue ave. 
" Martin B. collector, 559 Mass. ave. 

h. 446 Green 
" Mary G. teacher, Agassiz school, b. 

3 Shepard 
" Napoleon, roofer, b. 194 Main 
" Thomas, h. 49 Cherry 
" William S. printer, b. 128 Hastings 
Carr Alden B. engineer, h. 19 Market 
" Alfred, foreman, 95 Allston, h. 170 

Pleasant 
" Annie C. widow of Martin, h. 73 

Banks 
" Arthur, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 187 

Portland 
" Barnard, laborer, h. r. 18 Decatur 
" Bros. (Michael Carr), soft soap 

mnfr. r. 28 Lopez 
" Catherine, widow, h. 75 Clark 
" Charles, carpenter, 37 Garden, h.do. 
" Charles H. wood carver, h. 8 Lopez 
" Edward C. piano tuner, B. b. 305 

Western ave. 
" Edward P. soap maker, b. 28 Lopez 
" Eliza J. widow of Edward J. h. 7, 

r. 263 Mt. Auburn 
" Erwin S. Mrs. b. 14 Oxford 
" Frank F. physician, 142 Antrim, h. 

do. 
" Helen, widow of Charles, h. 22 De- 
catur 
" James, laborer, b. 995 Cambridge 
" James, tailor, h. 41 Baldwin 
" James J. brush maker, B. b. 187 

Portland 
" John, brick mason, h. 53 Rinuge av. 
" John, conductor, rms. 97 Austin 
" John, laborer, h. 100 1 Cambridge 
" John, laborer, b. 756 Main 
" John, mason's tender, h. 57 Cedar 
" John, plumber, b. 518 Putnam ave. 
" John F. clerk, 88 DeWolf, b. 28 Lo- 
pez 
" John H. brass finisher, h. 40 Market 
" John H. salesman, B. h. 2 Harding 
" John R. teamster, end Brookford, 

h. 2542 Mass. ave. 
" Joseph, groom, 101 Brattle, b. do. 
" Julia, widow of Richard, h. 30 Pil- 
grim 
" Lucian, h. 163 Brattle 
" Mary, h. 103 Plympton 
" Mary, widow of Arthur, h. 187 Port- 
land 
" Michael (Carr Bros.), soft soap 

mnfr. rear 28 Lopez, h. do. 
" M. Frank, letter carrier. Somerville, 
Mass. b. rear 18 Decatur 



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Carr Patrick, laborer, b. 187 Portland 
" Patrick E. b. 995 Cambridge 
" Patrick F. at 169 Gore, b. 291 Cam- 
bridge 
" Peter J. laborer, h. 224 Bridge 
" Richard, salt fish, 30 Pilgrim, h. do. 
" Robert, teamster, b. r. 16 Brown 
" Teresa C. widow of John H. h. 305 

Western ave. 
" Thomas F. h. 149 Putnam ave. 
" William, plumber, b. 995 Cambridge 
" William, tailor, h. 23 Bay 
" William T. foreman, end Brook- 
ford, h. at Somerville 
" see Karr, Kear, Cahir, also Corr 
Carrell Charles L. printer, h. 33 Inman 
" Mary, widow of Benj. h. 33 Inman 
Carret Georgaanna M. h. 47 Belmont 
" James W. student, b. 6 Appian Way 
" Josephine F. h. 47 Belmont 
"J. Francisco, cataloguer, Public Li- 
brary, B. h. 6 Appian Way 
Carrick Caroline, teacher, b. 14 Trow- 
bridge pi. 
" Catherine F. Mrs. h. 14 Trowbridge 

pi. 
" George H. real estate and ins. 26A 

Brattle, b. 14 Trowbridge pi. 
' James H. packer, h. 17 Oak 
Carrier George L. express, 4 Central 

sq. h. r. 207 River 
Oarrig James A. express, h. 20 Banks 
Carrington Fannie, dressmaker, h.300 
Columbia 
James, hostler, 2 Enstis, b. 26 do. 
Solomon, shipper, h. 300 Columbia 
Victoria, h. 209 Franklin 
William, hostler, 2 Eustis, h. 26 do. 
Carroll Ann, h. r. 255 Elm 

Anne, widow of John R. h. 260 

Columbia 
Arthur E. clerk, B. b. 57 Pleasant 
Caroline J. dressmaker, 35 Boyls- 

ton, h. 7 Appian Way 
Catherine, widow of John F. h. 

228 Bridge 
Clifford D. clerk, b. 57 Pleasaut 
Cornelius, tailor, h. 123 Amory 
Daniel, clerk, B. b. 309 Green 
Daniel, laborer, h. 16 Gore 
David, b. 16 Gore 
Edward, laborer, h. 10 Munson 
Edward C. machinist, h. 98 Winter 
Edward J. 29 Hampshire, h. 342 

Norfolk 
George D. gardener, Cambridge 

cemetery, h. 27 Tuttle 
Hugh, coachman, 26 Maple ave. b. 

do. 
James, horseshoer, 9 Church, h. 
147 Cushing 



Carroll James, laborer, h. 5 Winter 
" James, laborer, h. r. 202 Bridge 
" James, b. 61 Magee 
" James H. sewing machines, 30fi 

Cambridge, h. do. 
" James J. b. 202 Bridge 
" James P. h. r. 202 Bridge 
" John, foreman, h. 11 Fourth 
" John, laborer, h. 30 Warren 
" John, roofer, 1 Plympton pi. h. do. 
" John, teamster, h. 137 Bridge 
" John D. P. janitor, B. b. 260 Col- 
umbia 
" John F. machinist, 169 Gore, b. 306 

Cambridge 
" John H. marble worker, b. 211 

Charles 
" John I. janitor, 536 Mass. ave. h. 57 

Pleasant 
" John J. at Am. Rub. Co. h. 184 Otis 
" Joseph, laborer, b. 107 Cambridge 
" Julia S. widow of Edward J. h. 2 

Carlisle 
*' Luke, teamster, 2 Mill, h. 34 Flagg 
" Marcella, dressmaker, 2 Carlisle,. 

h. do. 
" Margaret, dressmaker, 35 Boyls- 

ton, h. 7 Appian Way 
" Martin J. helper, State, cor. Os- 

born 
" Norah, widow of Patrick, h. 156 

Harvard 
" Patrick, clerk, h. 211 Charles 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 309 Green 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 1 Linnehan ct. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 3 Porter 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 156 Harvard 
" Patrick, machinist, h. 290 Prospect 
" Patrick, porter, h. 17 Marion 
" Patrick D. laiborer, h. 12 Seventh 

st. ct. 
" Patrick J. cooper, h. 34 Jefferson 
" Philip, watchman, Murray st. sta- 
tion, h. 32 Mill 
" Richard, at 169 Gore, h. 184 Otis 
" Thomas H. sawyer, h. 5 Fifth 
" Timothy, grocer, 77 Winter, h. do. 
" William, gardener, h. 2 Sherman 
" William, laborer, h. 16 Gore 
" William, laborer, h. 107 Cambridge 
" William, h. r. 528 Winsor 
" William, Jr. junk, h. 44 Porter 
" William C. painter, h. 61 Magee 
" William F. clerk, 2047 Mass. ave. 

h. at Somerville 
Carruth Charles E. grocer, b. 9 Laurel 
" Charles E. 2d, printer, b. 9 Laurel 
" Charles T. merchant, 109 Milk, B. 

h. 4 Fayerweather 

" George E. clerk, h. 9 Laurel 



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Carson Arthur A. clerk, 727 Mass. av. 
b. 25 Prospect 

" Charles M. supt. Second, corner 
Charles, b. 60 Otis 

'." Mary, widow of John, h. 97 Hamp- 
shire 

" Robert, flag man, B. & A. R. R. h. 
9 Plymouth 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 158% Otis 

CARSTEIN HANS L. coal and 
wood,47 Cogswell av.and branches 
1900 and 2409 Mass. ave. house 45 
Cogswell ave. See page 822 
Carswell William O. compos'r, Globe, 
h. 434 Mass. ave. 

CARTAIR ALFRED W. insur- 
ance, 574 Mass. av. h. at Brighton. 

See page 800 
Carte ^shton F. 229 Franklin, B. b. 132 

Antrim 
" Bessie, head nurse, Cambridge 

Hospital, b. do. 
" Edwin H. janitor, h. 11 Murdock 
'" Eugene, clerk, 277 Broadway, h. at 

Waltham 
"" Fannie, widow of William T. h. 143 

Clark 
*' Frank H. (A. & E. Burton & Co.), 

122 Harvard, h. at Dorchester 
" Fred P. machinist, h. 94 Thorndike 
'" George, glass maker, h. 83 Third 
" George W. clerk, rms. 83 Third 
" James, gardener, h. Elm-wood ave. 
■" John, laborer, h. 92 Winter 
" Leigh W. student, b. 12 Rockwell 
" Lewis, teamster, 16 Blake, b. do. 
" Nathan A. watchman, h. 15 Market 
'" Noel A. salesman, 229 Franklin, B. 

h. 132 Antrim 
" Radell, waiter, b. 38% Kinnaird 
"" Richard H. waiter, rms. 10 Magee 
" Robert, linen man, h. 12 Rockwell 
" Robert D. at 221 Bridge, h. IS 

Ellsworth ave. 
" Robert N. clerk, B. b. 12 Rockwell 
" William, machinist, B. h. 19 Rock- 
ingham 
44 William, machinist, b. 91 Clark 
" William G. Mrs. rms. 34 Clifton 
" William R. physician, h. 91 Clark 
Cartler Albert, brick maker, h. r. 102 

Sherman 
" George, hairdresser, 2GA Brattle, 

rms. Flagg, cor. Putnam ave. 
" George, teamster, h. 75 Rindge av. 
" Joseph, hostler, h. 25 Clifton, 
Carton Hugh, h. 33 Hunting 
-Cartwright Ezekiel S. rope maker, h. 

5 Harold pi. 
" Helenor Mrs. h. Hotel School 



Cartwright John B. musician, b. 5 

Harold pi. 
" Philip, box nailer, b. 5 Harold pi. 
Carty Henry T. music teacher, 401 

Winsor, h. do. 
Cary Emma, h. 92 Brattle 
" Michael J. gateman, h. 7 Norfolk 
" Sarah G. h. 92 Brattle 
Carver Amos B. b. 33 Market 
" Edmund T. machinist, A. H. Hews 

& Co. h. 17 Hubbard ave. 
" Emma S. widow of John, h. 33 

Market 
" G. Loring, electrician, 728 Mass. 

ave. h. 116 Washington 
" Percy, lawyer, B. b. 68 Inman 
Casey Andrew A. baker, 40 Green, h. 
" 1318 Cambridge 
" Ann, widow of Timothy, h. 30 

North 
" Ann J. widow of William, h. 104 

Fourth 
" Christopher W. photographer, B h. 

117 Elm 
" Daniel J. printer, b. 13 Remington 
" David, driver, h. 232 Elm 
" Frank A. machinist, b. 104 Fourth 
" Frank J. iron moulder, h. 41 Pine 
" Henry P. clerk, P. O. 28 Brattle, 

b. at Roxbury 
" James, foundryman. b. 150 Thorn- 
dike 
" James H. clerk, b. 150 Thorndike 
" James H. teamster, b. 3 Coolidge 

pi. 
" James J. marble cutter, b. 117 Elm 
" James M. fireman, H. & L. 2. Port- 
land, h. 775 Cambridge 
" John, at Woven Hose Co. b. 117 

Gore 
" John M. h. 116 Spring 
" Katherine, bookkeeper, h. 154 River 
" Lizzie, widow of Frank, h. 25 How- 
ard 
" Mary Mrs. h. 300 Webster ave. 
" Mary, widow, h. 71 Hampshire 
" Mary, widow of John H. h. 42 

Murray 
" Mary J. widow of James, h. 521 

Cambridge 
" Michael, clerk, 153 Norfolk, b. at 

Somerville 
" Michael, currier, b. 30 North 
" Michael, laborer, b. 30 Railroad 
" Michael, laborer, h. r. 12 Appian 

Way 
" Michael, marble worker, h. 117 Elm 
" Michael, watchman, h. 150 Thorn- 
dike 
" Michael, Jr. brass finisher, B. b. 150 

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155 



Casey Patrick, laborer, h. 90 Fifth 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 5 Cedar sq. 
" Patrick H. laborer, b. 5 Cedar sq. 
" Thomas, furniture polisher, B. 1). 

27 Bolton 
" Thomas F. clerk, 637 Main, b. 10 

Harrison 
" Thomas H. clerk, 11 Otis, B. h. 449 

Cambridge 
" Thomas J. chief engineer, fire dej)t. 
office City Hall, h. 449 Cam- 
bridge 
" William C. furnace tender, h. 99 

Clark 
" William E. J. h. 23 Watson 
" William F. confectionery, fruit, etc. 

519 Cambridge, h. do. 
" William J. laborer, b. 42 Murray 
Cashman George R. printer's press- 
man. B. h. 26 Donnell 
" John, h. 26 Donnell 
" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 1 Union 
" Mary J. h. 1 Union 
" Patrick, wheelwright, 2067 Mass. 
ave. h. at Arlington 
Thomas, bookbinder, h. 147 Green 
" Thomas G. plumber, b. 147 Green 
" Walter M. letter carrier, b. 147 

Green 
Casler Philo W. (David Wilcox & Co.), 
hat mnfr. Portland, c. Broadway 
Casneau Sylvester, haird'ser, Charles- 
town, h. r. 25 Jay 
Casper Max, milkman, 328 Vine, h. do. 
' Nicholas, milkman, at Somerville, 
rms. 328 Vine 
Casperson Gus, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 9 

Bristol 
Cass Calvin P. h. 148 Green 
' Calvin P. Mrs. clerk, 599 Mass. ave. 
h. 148 Green 
Cassey Charles, draughtsman, 2 Cen- 
tral sq. h. 60 Magazine 
Cassidy Andrew, laborer, rms. 7 Pio- 
neer 
' Bridget, widow of Frank, h. 27 

Valentine 
" Edward B. clerk, B. & M. R. R. h. 

16 Leighton ct. 
' Frank E. clerk, 61 Brookline, h. 55 
Jay 
James, laborer, h. 3 Webster ave. 
' Jane, wid. of Edward, h. 79 Spring 
' John E. section hand, B. & M. R. R. 
h. 139 Bridge 
Jonathan A. carpenter, b. 152 Pearl 
• Margaret, widow of John P. h. 14 
Athens pi. 
Matthew, carpenter, b. 152 Pearl 
; Patrick J. plumber, b. 14 Athens pi. 



Cassidy Peter, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 49 
Brewery 
' Rupert, waiter, Memorial Hall, rms. 
139 Putnam ave. 
Cassin Joseph S. teamster, h. 17% Mar- 

ney 
Casson Hugh A. switchman, B. & M. R. 

R. h. Washburn ave. 
Castle Wesley N. driver, 145 Mt. Au- 
burn, b. do. 
Caswell Benjamin P. foreman, 27 
Franklin, h. 138 Pearl 
" Elizabeth, widow of John, h. r. 13 

Appian Way 
" George B. (Coolidge & Caswell), 
laundry, 136 Franklin, h.27 River 
" Horace C. clerk, B. h. 152 Huron av. 
" Jennie, nurse, rms. 29 Baldwin 
" Margaret A. press feeder, U. P. b. 

r. 13 Appian Way 
" Sarah P. widow of Enoch H. h. 27 

River 
" Susan, widow of Thomas, h. 93 
Hampshire 
Thomas M. cracker salesman, h. 93A 
Hampshire 
Cates Laertes S. contractor, h. 17 Story 
Cathers George, cabinet maker, h. 101 

Gore 
Catlin John, laborer, h. 306 Vine 
Catterall Samuel, jour, tailor, 2072 

Mass. ave. h. 14 Cogswell ave. 
Catton Charles J. ladies' tailor, 1158 

Mass. ave. h. do. 
Cauchon George H. wood carver, h. 45 
Plymouth 
" Seraphim, cornice maker, h. 18 
Harvey 
Causse Carl, machinist, h. 85 Cushing 
Caustic Charles E. (Lombard & Caus- 
tic), printer, 26A Brattle, h. 58 
Winthrop 
Caution Cornelius, porter, B. h. 79 
Walden 
" Elisha B. clerk, B. h. 5 Eustis ct. 
Cavanagh Charles F. pressman, b. 414 
Columbia 
" John, laborer, b. 29 Seventh 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 642 Cambridge 
Cavanaugh Annie, widow of Francis, 
h. 65 Ellery 
" James, teamster, h. 27 Harvard 
" John J. clerk, 46 High, B. b. 65 

Ellery 
" Joseph J. letter carrier, 647 Mass. 

ave. h. 35 Brookline 
" Michael, harness maker, 859 Main, 

h. 37 Cottage 
" Michael T. (M. T. Cavanaugh & 
Son), 2427 Mass. ave. h. 2429 do. 



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Cavanaugh M. Agnes, bookkeeper, 2427 
Mass. ave. b. 2429 do. 
" M. T. & Co. (Michael T. and Will- 
iam H. Cavanaugh), grocers and 
provisions, 2427 Mass. ave. 
" Patrick, h. 133 Second 
" Thomas J. h. 133 Second 
" Thomas J. harness maker, 859 

Main, b. 37 Cottage 
" William H. (M. T. Cavanaugh & 
Son), 2427 Mass. ave. h. 2429 do. 
" see Kavanagh 
Caverley William, foreman, Brookline 

Gas Co. b. 315 River 
Cawley Eliphalet, h. 1597 Cambridge 
" George, clerk, b. 30 Eighth 
" John F. clerk, Am. Rub. Co. h. 767 

Cambridge 
" Thomas, at power house, W. E. St. 
Ry. h, 30 Eighth 
Cazmay George F. 100 Franklin, B. h. 

49 A Trowbridge 
Cederholm Nils, cabinet maker, h. 34 

Fairmont ave. 
Cederstrand Victor, cabinet maker, h. 

23 Market 
Center Henry F. clerk, h. 17 Baldwin 
" John, clerk, b. 14 Union 
" Mary P. Mrs. h. 33 Trowbridge 
" see Senter 
Central Bowling Alleys, billiards and 

bowling, 167 Green 
Ceves Manuel, laborer, h. 465 Cam- 
bridge 
Chadbourn Florence M. Mrs. h. 32 , 
Bigelow I 

" Henry, patent solictor, 113 Devon- j 

shire, B. h. 28 Lee 
" Herbert, entry clerk, B. b. 32 Bige- I 

low 
" Ralf, clerk, B. b. 32 Bigelow 
Chadbourne Augustine P. teamster, 17 

Batterymarch, B. h. 119 Otis 
Cliadwick Alford F. janitor, Peabody 

school, h. 12 Gray 
" Lead Works, red lead mnfrs. North, 

office, 176 to 184 High, B. 
" Nellie M. Mrs. h. 106 Pleasant 
" Walter L. clerk, B. b. 12 Gray 
Chafe William H. piano action maker, 

b. 210 Columbia 
Chaffers Charles, janitor, B. h. 395 

Winsor 
Challis Alfred, h. 42 Holyoke 

" Harry A. clerk, B. b. 42 Holyoke 
Chalmers Alexander, ins. 31 State, B. 
h. 204 Columbia 
■ Frank S. shoemaker, h. 55 Market 
" James, foreman, Riv. Press, h. at 
Allston 



Chalmers Matilda, widow of William, 

h. 56 Austin 
" William, grocer, 77 Hampshire, h. 

36 Portsmouth 

Chaloner John, foreman, 111 Putnam 

ave. h. 30 Athens pi. 
Chamberlain Albert H. officer, Court 
House, Third, b. 20 Erie 
" Annette, h. 4y 2 Centre 
" Frank C. lawyer, b. 20 Erie 
" Frank W. clerk, 115 Clinton, B. h. 

37 River 

" James F. silver plater, B. rms. 236 
Prospect 

" John T. teamster, h. 126 Webster 
ave. 

" Lucia W. widow of Volney R. h. 20 
Erie 

" Mabel L. teacher, English High 
school, b. 20 Erie 

" Newell, h. 29 River 

" Sally N. Mrs. teacher, Willard 
school, h. at Allston 

" Walter B. clerk, b. 29 River 
Chamberlin A. Otis, letter carrier, 647 
Mass. ave. h. 41 Amory 

" Charles U. b. 293 Harvard 

" Daniel U. pres. Cambridge Gas 
Light Co. h. 293 Harvard 

" Ella M. whistling soloist, h. 75 Co- 
lumbia 

" Emma F. widow of Edwin M. h. 30 
Linnaean 

" George H. h. 77 Brattle 

" Jane E. h. 454 Broadway 

" Jeremiah J. steward, 64 Mt. Au- 
burn, h. 17 Surrey 

" John F. cook, h. 9 Grant 

" Laura B. h. 454 Broadway 

" Sarah E. h. 75 Columbia 

" William E. h. 27 Clinton 
Chambers James, laborer, b. 15 Leigh- 
ton ct. 

" John C. fireman, b. 57 Pearl 

" J. Arthur, laborer, b. 24 Harris pi. 

" Mary B. widow of Thomas, h. 24 
Harris pi. 

" Thomas, teamster, h. 11 Leighton ct. 
Champagne Michel, lather, b. end 

Harvey 
Champeau Edward, city laborer, h. 2 

Sargent 
Champlin Edgar R. lawyer, 5 Tremont, 
B. h. 8 Dana 

" Robert A. h. 958 Mass. ave. 

Champney William L. teamster, 
Hampshire, h. 80 School 

Chandler Albert, student, H. U. b. 2fi9 
Harvard 

" Archie, clerk, B. h. 6 Florence 



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Chandler Charles H. bookkeeper, 66 
Chauncy, B. h. 269 Harvard 

" Charles W. machinist, h. 1293 Cam- 
bridge 

" Edward D. b. 1688 Mass. ave. 

" Edward K. Mrs. h. 193 Auburn 

" Elmer E. draughtsman, 84 Kings- 
ton, B. b. 36 Amory 

" Emeline B. widow of Ebenezer, h. 
36 Amory 

" Frank A. electrotype finisher, h. 18 
Warland 

" Frank S. b. 1688 Mass. ave. 

" Gilbert E. dividend clerk, N. E. 
Trust Co. 85 Devonshire, B. b. 36 
Amory 

" Harry W. lithographer, B. b. 1688 
Mass. ave. 

" Isaac A. template maker, B. B. W. 
h. 3 Hastings sq. 

" James, inventor, b. 940 Mass. ave. 

" Laura J, Mrs. teacher of dancing, 
h. Inman, c. Mass. ave. 

" Lewis B. provisions, 729 Mass. ave. 
h. 5 Lee 

" Lydia F. widow of Henry L. b. 1784 
Mass. ave. 

" Margaret S. widow of George H. h. 
209 Pearl 

" Mary, widow of James, h. 51 Fair- 
mont 

" Robert, plumber, b. 51 Fairmont 

" Seth C. h. 16 Craigie 

" Stephen B. ins. agent, 53 Devon- 
shire, rm. 5, B. h. 1688 Mass. ave. 
Channing Edward, asst. prof. H. U. h. 

1 Brewster 
Chant Robert, laborer, h. 128 Bridge 
Ohapin Alexander H. mason, b. 33 
Fairmont ave. 

" Andrew N. mason, 33 Fairmont ave. 
h. do. 

" Edward S. salesman, 31 West, B. h. 
97 Lake View ave. 

" Edwin, mason, b. 33 Fairmont ave. 

" Henry G. spring bed maker, h. 44 
Erie 

" Milo J. h. 4 Saginaw ave. 

" Walter, mason, 33 Fairmont ave. 

b. do. 
Chaplin George (George Chaplin & 

Co.), h. 32 Fayette 
" George & Co. (George Chaplin), 

carpenters, 32 Fayette 

" George P. carpenter, b. 32 Fayette 

" J. Charles, carpenter, b. 32 Fayette 

" Louis T. carpenter, b. ^2 Fayette 

' Sedley. carpenter and builder, 1400 
Mass. ave. b. 32 Fa3^ette 



Chaplin William H. carpenter, 21 Cen- 
tral sq. h. 78 Fayette 
Chapman Anna B. art student, h. 11 
Story 
44 Annie B. h. 7 Riedesel ave. 

CHAPMAN CARRIAGE CO. 
(George O. Rollins and George M. 
Church), carriage mnfrs. rear 10 
Brattle. See page 830 

" Charles, carpenter, h. 127 Harvard 

" Charles, wire worker, b. 9 Broad- 
way 

" Charles E. letter carrier, B. h. 20 
Parker 

" Cyrus D. machinist, h. 888 Main 

" Drummer R. Mrs. h. 34 Bucking- 
ham 

" Ellen W. widow of F. A. h. 27 
Everett 

" Elmer E. engineer, T. B. M. Co. 
Third, h. 434 Elm 

" Frederick E. vocal music director, 
public schools, h. 126 Oxford 

" George, plumber, b. 103 Green 

" George E. wheelwright, h. 37 Re- 
gent 

" John L. action maker, h. 14 Green- 
ough ave. 

" Joseph O. carpenter, h. 42 Bristol 

" Kate M. h. 11 Story 

" Lewis C. stone cutter, h. 80 School 

" Lucy A. widow of Francis L. h. 11 
Story 

" Marg*aret R. h. 7 Riedesel ave. 

" Mary E. widow of Hazen, h. 346 
Mass. ave. 

" Nellie, widow of Harrison, h. 95 
Austin 

" Orville H. barber, h. 32 Portsmouth 

" Susan E. h. 11 Story 

" Walter E. wheelwright, 28 Church, 
h. 59 Mt. Auburn 

" Walter H. driver, b. 15 Perry 

" William A. hairdresser, 622 Mass. 
ave. h. 7 West 
Chappell Gourlay, teamster, rms. 43 

Fairmont 
Chappelle William, motorman, b. 12 
Magnolia ave. 

Charak Harry, clerk, 829 Main, h. at 
Boston 

" Jacob, manager, 829 Main, h. 15 
Douglas 

" Pauline Mrs. (Charak & Co.), 
kitchen goods, 829 Main, h. 15 
Douglas 

" & Co. (P. Charak), kitchen goods, 
829 Main 

Charles Henry, h. 293 Third 
" Patrick J. lafborer, h. 30 School 



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CHARLES RIVER NATION- 
AL. BANK, of Cambridge, Wal- 
ter S. Swan, president, George H. 
Holmes, cashier, 1408 Mass. ave. 
See page 776 

" River Park, Mass. ave. n. Harvard 
bridg'e 

" River Stone Co., Norcross Bros, 
props. Brookline street, near the 
bridge 

" William S. machinist, h. 51 Jay 
Charleston Joseph, laborer, b. 15 

Rockingham 
Charlie Kee, laundry, 170 Hampshire, 
h. do. 

" Sing', 24 Central sq. h. do. 

" Wong, laundry, 207 Western ave. h. 
do. 
Charlton Brothers (Wm. J. and Joseph 
F. Charlton), cruller mnfrs. 
Washington, cor. Columbia 

" Garfield L. clerk, 169 Pearl, b. 60 
Franklin 

" Joseph F. (Charlton Bros.), Wash- 
ington, cor. Columbia, rms. 59 
Columbia 

" William, carpenter, h. 60 Franklin 

" William J. (Charlton Bros.), Wash- 
ington, cor. Columbia, h. 310 
Prospect 
Ohartrand Albert, clerk, b. 765 Cam- 
bridge 

" Elzore, cooper, b. 765 Cambridge 

" George, cooper, h. 765 Cambridge 

" Joseph, box maker, b. 765 Cam- 
bridge 
Chase Addie Mrs. h. 11 Fairmont ave 

" Albert, carriage maker, B. h. <7 
Orchard 

" Allan M. P. teacher (Cleveland, O.), 
b. 19 Lancaster 

" Austin C. salesman, rms. 446 Cam- 
bridge 

" Charles, harness maker, h. 799 
Cambridge 

" Charlotte L. M. h. 22 Orchard 

" Charlotte M. teacher, Webster 
school, b. 341 Broadway 

" Cornelius B. driver, h. 32 Brook- 
line 

" Edg^ar L. clerk, 1238 Mass. ave. h. 2 
Wallace terrace 

" Edward, teamster, h. Dailey alley 

" Edward W. clerk, B. h. 51 Henry 

" Elmer H. brakeman, B. & A. R. R. 
b. 11 Fairmont ave. 

" Everett A. h. 55 A Market 

" Franklin, gardener, Brattle, cor. 
Fresh Pond lane, b. do. 

*•' Freeman H. teamster, 156 Hamp- 
shire, h. do. 



Chase George S. expert accountant, 8 
Congress, B. h. 19 Lancaster 

" George W. wood moulder, h. 187 
Winsor 

" Henry J. h. 18 Story 

" Herbert A. physician, 924 Mass. av. 
h. 950 do. 

" Herbert J. teacher, Latin school, h. 
1 Hancock Park 

" Hiram L. homoeo. physician, 924 
Mass. ave. h. do. 

" Isaac (Richardson & Bacon), coal, 
foot Dunster, h. 47 Trowbridge 

" James, cooper, rms. 229 Broadway 

" James C. clergyman, h. 8 Lament 
ave. 

" John H. teacher, rms. 5 Pleasant 
place 

" Josiah G. civil engineer, h. 556 Put- 
nam ave. 

" Langdon S. b. 2 Wallace terrace 

" Louis S. with Richardson & Bacon, 
b. 47 Trowbridge 

" Oscar M. blacksmith, b. 11 Fair- 
mont ave. 

" Philip S. driver, 688 Mass. ave. h. 57 
Ellery 

" Roscoe S. printer, b. 11 Fairmont 
ave. 

" Willard Z. clerk, 23 Harvard, b. 11 
Fairmont ave. 

" William, b. 128 Oxford 
Ohassar David K. custom tailor. 1074 

Cambridge, h. 57 Plymouth 
Chatwin Florence A. telegraph opera- 
tor, h. 98 Hampshire 

" William, brass finisher, h. 98 Hamp- 
slhire 

" William T. stable foreman, 271 Co- 
lumbia, b. 98 Hampshire 
Ohave Henry, upholsterer, b. 342 Pearl 

Chaves Jacinto, barber, h. 22 Jefferson 

" Manuel R. carpenter, b. 20 Jefferson 

Cheatham Henderson, laborer, h. r. 37 
Brewery 

" James, city laborer, h. 15 Elmer 
" Joseph, laborer, b. 65 Washington 
Ohecini Louis H. tonic mnfr. 131 Main, 
h. at Providence 

Checketts George, brass filer, h. 20 

Washington 
Cheek Jackson, carpenter, h. 10 Mur- 

dock 
" John, waiter, b. 10 Murdock 

" William, waiter, b. 10 Murdock 
Oheethain Henry C. car washer, h. 43 

Market 
Oheever Chester G. bicycles, 1049 Mass. 
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Chelmsford Foundry Co. G. Herbert 

Sheldon, supt. wrougiht and cast 

iron work, 128 to 140 Portland, 

office 131 Portland, B. 

Chemley Esther, widow of Joseph, h. 

10 Springfield 
Cheney Anna L. Mrs. b. 18 Lancaster 
" Charles W. salesman, 27 Franklin, 

h. 351 Pearl 
" Edwin L. produce, basement, 10 N. 

F. H. market, B. h. 41 Essex 
4 * Ellen A. teacher, Stearns school, b. 

2279 Mass. ave. 
" Frank E. salesman, B. h. 209 Har- 
vard 
" George H. Mrs. b. 2 Clinton 
" Hiram W. salesman, 119 Milk, B. h. 

148 Austin 
" Joseph P. b. 351 Pearl 
" Mary F. b. 50 Sacramento 
" Mary M. widow of Nathan, h. 50 

Sacramento 
" William F. variety store, Mt. Au- 
burn car station, h. at Waltham 
Cherest Eliza A. wid. h. 333 Columbia 
Cherwinsky Max, soap maker, h. 252 

Pearl 
Ghesley Walter, laborer, b. 82 Green 
Chester Hans A. grocer, 788 Main, h. 18 

Vernon 
Chestnut James, hat oiler, H. M. Saw- 
yer & Son, Thorndike, h.46 Union 
Chetley Harriet, at 479 Broadway, b.do. 
Chevalier Peter, carp'ter, h. 13 Brook- 
ford 
Cheyne Hugh, bookkeeper, B. h. 10 
Arlington 
" James H. clerk, b. 9 Perry 
" James H. clerk, B. h. 20 Beech 
" John, brick mason, b. 9 Perry 
" William, stone mason, h. 9 Perry 
Chicago Quick Lunch, 18 Central sq. 
Chick A. Harry, usher, b. 252 Wiiisor 
" Edward E. supt. Peabody Museum, 

h. 15 Ware 
" John W. with B. & M. R. R. h. 252 

Winsor 
" Joseph E. shipping clerk, 169 Gore, 

h. 5 Sixth 
" Moses M. h. 17 Lancaster 
" Walter S. clerk, B. b. 17 Lancaster 
" Wiliam A. carriage painter,97 Boyls- 
ton, h. at Somerville 
Ohickley Dora, h. 7 Grant 
Chicoine Bruno, confectionery, h. 18 

Sacramento pi. 
Chidgey Thomas, stone cutter, h. 120% 

Pleasant 
Child Alma H. Mrs. h. 22 Sacramento 
" Carrie E.Mrs.h. 35 Brookline, su. 15 
Elizabeth Ellery, widow of Francis 
J. h. 67 Kirkland 



Child George W. motorman, h. 64 
Franklin 
" Helen, teacher of English litera- 
ture, b. 67 Kirkland 
" Mary E. widow of William B. h. 64 

Franklin 
" Susan, teacher violin, b. 67 Kirk- 
land 
" S. Francis, b. 67 Kirkland 
Ohilds Caroline S. widow, h. 37 Fair- 
field 
" Charles H. A. clerk, 17 Bra.ttle, b. 

3 Mifflin pi. 
" Charles S. supt. Cambridge ceme- 
tery, Coolidge ave. h. do. 
" Edwin O. officer, Court House, 

Third, h. at Newton 
" John H. bookbinder, h. 210 River 
" Wintlhrop W. driver, 565 Mass. ave. 

h. 13 Fisk pi. 
" see Child 
Chipman Albion, treas. 88 Cambridge, 
h. 72A Inman 
" Ann, widow of Henry, h. 199 Port- 
land 
" Fred W. student, b. 225 Allston 
" George A. h. 3 Dana 
" Gilbert ,S. student, b. 225 Allston 
" Henry S. laborer, h. 231 Charles 
" Joseph S. provisions, 'h. 225 Allston 
" Memorial bldg. Home for Aged La- 
dies, 308 Brookline 
" Washington, h. Moxon's block, 
Green 
Chisholm Albert, plumber, rms. 54 
Boylston 
" Alex, carpenter, b. 68 Norfolk 
" Alexander, teamster, h. 41 Sherman 
" Angus, carpenter, b. 68 Norfolk 
" Charles, teamster, 47 Cogswell ave. 

h. 36 Sherman 
" Colin, carpenter, 1123 Cambridge, h. 

153 Tremont 
" Daniel, carpenter, b. 84 Austin 
" Daniel J. lineman, h. 307 Elm 
" George D. agent, h. 165A Harvard 
" John, hose maker, b. 15 Columbia 
" John C. laborer, h. 1207 Cambridge 
" Mary, housekeeper, 430 Columbia 
" Robert A. horseshoer, 279 Putnam 

ave. h. 41 Fairmont 
" Samuel, laborer, h. 15 Moore 
" Stephen, carpenter, b. 15 Columbia 
" William, lineman, b. 38 Cogswell av. 
Choate Albert H. apothecary, Bowdoin 

sq. B. h. 64 Elm 
Chown George H. brass finisher, h. 25 

Seventh 
Ohretier George, engineer, r. 124 

Rindge ave. h. 124 do. 
Christensen Augustus C. mechanical 
engineer, B. h. 10 Humboldt 



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Christian Caroline, widow of Henry, 

nurse, h. 446 Green 
Christiansen Alfred E. photographer, 
B. h. 9 Gardner 

" Bernardus, salesman, 29 Franklin, 
h. 88% Hammond 

"Frank G. painter, B. h. 267 Brook- 
line 

" John, wire worker, b. 722 Main 

" Julius, switchman, b. 2 Union et. 

" J. Leonard, photographer, Pach 
Bros. h. 76 Prospect 

" Sophie, grocer, 2453 Mass. ave. h. at 
Arlington 
Christianson Carl, laborer, h. 76 Murray 

" Charles O. clerk, 1174 Cambridge, 
lh. 25 Berkshire 

" Marinus, machinist, b. 1 Douglas pi. 

" Marinus, roofer, b. 2 Union ct. 

" Olaf , asst. engineer, h. 14 Carlisle 
Christie Alexander, stenographer, R. 
P. h. at Allston 

44 Harold, bookkeeper, 20 Quincy,b.do. 

" John K. h. 67 Magazine 

44 Margaret Mrs. midwife and nurse, 
h. 3 Moore 

" Michael, laborer, h. 16 Reed 

41 Remie, b. 32 Bolton 

" William, foreman, 565 Mass. ave. h. 
100 Western ave. 
Christmas William, laborer, h. 362 

Broadway 
Christopher Edward E. clerk, 277 
Broadway, b. 100 Hampshire 

44 George A. extracts, ammonia, 300 
Broadway, h. 17 Elm 

44 Margaret, widow of Henry A. h. 100 
Hampshire 

44 Susan, widow of Edward B. h. 7 
Marvin pi. 

" William, 169 Gore, h. 74 Sixth 

44 Zenas, harness maker, 1963 Mass. 
ave. h. 14 Davenport 
Church Charles L. cigar mnfr. 374 
Cambridge 

44 Charles L. photogravure plate 
maker, 113 Magazine, h. at Ar- 
lington Heights 

44 Edward, h. 25 Bow 

41 Ella B. widow of Moses D. h. 233 
Putnam ave. 

44 George M. (Chapman Carriage Co.), 
r. 10 Brattle h. 12 Story 

44 Henry F. printer, rms. 44 Pearl 

44 Hannibal, real estate, h. 426 Put- 
nam ave. 

14 Maria H. widow of John, dressmak- 
er, 25 Regent, h. do. 

" Raphael J. clerk, b. 374 Cambridge 

" Walter H. printer, b. 52 Austin 

" Webster W. piano polisher, h. 3 
Tenney 



Churchill Alice, h. 140 Magazine 
" Annie G. widow of Charles O. h. 

108 Austin 
" Annie W. widow of Edwin, h. 63 

Dana 
" Fred L. laundryman, h. 7 Essex 
44 Hebert B. insurance, 30 Kilby, B. h. 

63 Dana 
" Henry L. bookkeeper, 375 Washing- 
ton, B. h. 134 Oxford 
Chute David A. driver, 2 Mill, h. 15 

State 
" David S. cooper, h. 13 y 2 Franklin 
" Edward E. foreman, 2 Mill, h. do. 
" James H. hostler, h. 32 Brewery 
" Jaimes L. roofer, h. 38 Sidney 
" James M. salesman, B. h. 57 Brattle 
Citizens' Trade Association, 634 Mass. 

ave. 
City Hall, Mass. ave. bet. Bigelow anjd 

Inman 
" Stauies, Hampshire, bet. Norfolk 

and Tremont and end Raymond 
Clabburn Fred W. salesman, B. b. 16 

Magnolia ave. 
" George S. (Clabburn & Lawes), 532 

Mass. ave. h. 16 Magnolia ave. 
44 & Lawes (George S. Clabburn and 

William Lawes), pool and cigars, 

etc., 532 Mass. ave. 
Claflin George W. clerk, 1 Brattle, h. 69 

Oxford 
" Walter A. apothecary, 1 Brattle, h 

52 Oxford 
Clamp Harriet M. rubber coat maker. 

b. 325 Columbia 
" John, silver trimmer, h. 325 Colum 

bia 
" Minnie, rubber stitcher, b. 325 Col 

umlbia 
Clancy Annie E. h. SO Otis 
" Catherine, widow of William, h. 80 

Otis 
44 David, hostler, B. h. 79 Cambridge 
" Henry, electrician, h. 379 Windsor 
" James, plasterer, h. 424 Columbia 
44 James, b. 396 Norfolk 
44 John, driver, Am. Rub. Co. h. 66 

Spring 
44 Martin, laborer, h. 503 Winsor 
" Patrick, b. 396 Norfolk 
44 Patrick, laborer, h. 1 Hampshire pi. 
44 Terrence, plumber, b. 396 Norfolk 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 162 Otis 
44 William, laborer, b. 66 Spring 
44 William H. physician, 80 Otis, h. do. 
44 see Glancey 
Clapp Charles C. bookkeeper, B. b. 35 

Wendell 
44 Charles W. saw filer, h. 607 Main 
44 Charlotte E. Mrs. teacher. B. h. 25 

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Clapp Edward C. compositor, H. U. h. 
35 Wendell 
" Fred C. musician, b. 132 Mt. Auburn 
" Frederick, leather, B. h. 286 Brook- 
line 
" George G. h. 27 Garfield 
" George Walter, 141 Franklin, B. b. 

286 Brookline 
" Letitia Mrs. teacher, B. rms. 798 

Mass. ave. 
" Lois A. widow of Seth E. b. 63 

Pleasant 
" Mary A. widow of Charles C. h. 132 

Mt. Auburn 
" Walter, clerk, B. b. 286 Brookline 
Clark Albert, h. 134 Willow 
" Alfred P. h. 392 Harvard 
" Allison B. template maker, h. 56 

Plymouth 
" Alvan & Sons (Alvan G. Clark), tel- 
escope mnfrs. 50 Henry 
" Alvan G. (Alvan Clark & Sons), tel- 
escope mnfr. 50 Henry, h. 354 

Brookline 
' Amasa S. K. bookkeeper, 1290 Mass. 

ave. h. 12 Plympton 
" Ambrose H. collector, 1290 Mass. 

ave. h. 21 Irving- 
' Annie M. laundress, h. 82 Auburn 
' Appleton, h. 20 Sacramento 
" Asa W. h. r. 17 Hollis 
" Augustine W. (Clark Bros.), hay, 

etc. 2426 Mass ave. h. at Somer- 

ville 
' Augustus, tel. inspector, h. 220 

Prespect 
' A. A. Mrs. music teacher, 12 Wen- | 

dell, rms. do. 
" Benjamin P. (B. P. Clark & Co.), 

443 Mass. ave. h. 81 Franklin 
" Bernard T. coppersmith, B. b. Pat- 
rick Clark's, Concord ave. 
Bros. ( Charles N. and Augustine 

W.) hay, grain and coal, 2464 

Mass. ave. 
" Bros. (George D. and William E.) 

variety store, 2414 Mass. ave. 

CLARK B. P. & CO. (Benjamin 
P. Clark, Edward C. Wheeler and 
William F. Alley), confectionery 
and cigar mnfrs. 443 Mass. ave: 
See page 821 
" Charles, b. 21 Hunting 
' Charles, electrician, h. 73 Hamp- 
shire 
' Charles, laborer, b. 18 Clarendon av. 
' Charles E. motorman, b. 18 Cushing 
' Charles F. painter, 26 Magee, h. do. 
" Charles N. (Clark Bros.) 2464 Mass. 
ave. h. at W. Somerville 



Clark Chester N. supt. brush shop, 
House of Correction 
" Cordelia A. widow of Thomas, h. 

276 Winsor 
" Daniel, lodging house, 10 Eliot 
" Dudley C. waiter, h. 22 Magee 
" Dwigiht S. lithographer, b. 6 Leon- 
ard ave. 
" Edward, soap maker, b. 234 Winsor 
" Edward A. L. teamster, h. 137 

Banks 
" Edward E. lawyer, b. 21 Prince 
" Edward K. Mrs. h. 33 Trowbridge 
" Edward L. C. student, h. 33 Trow- 
bridge 
" Edward P. clerk, 6 Brattle, h. 12 

Crescent 
" Eldora J. teacher, Washington 

school, b. at Boston 
" Elizabeth H. h. 48 Garden 
" Ellen U. teacher, B. h. 31 Rindge 

ave. 
" Emily Mrs. b. 12 Wendell 
" Ernest, jeweler, rms. 44 Mt. Au- 
burn 

CLARK ERNEST W. plumber 
and gas fitter, 1440 and 1442 Mass. 
ave. h. 9 Sumner. See p. 805 
" Fannie M. b. 147 Mt. Auburn 
" Florence E. Mrs. h. 73 Hampshire 
" Frank J. electrician, 728 Mass. ave. 
rms. 116 Washington 

CLARK FRED C. antique furni- 
ture, 19 Brattle and Berkeley, B. 
h. at Swampscott. See page 825 
" Fred M. h. 151 Cambridge 
" Frederick E. clerk, B. h. 12 Wendell 
" Frederick H. clerk, B. b. 21 Irving 
" George, butcher, h. 17 Webster ave. 
" George, carpenter, b.391 Cambridge 
" George A. machinist, b. 105 Ham- 
mond 
" George A. porter, h. 223 Western av. 
" George B. b. 12 Crescent 
" George C. janitor, b. 102 Harvard 
" George D. (Clark Bros.), 2414 Mass. 

ave. rms. at Somerville 
" George F. clerk, h. 13 Wilbur 
" George W. agent, B. h. 286 Brook- 
line 
" George W. bookkeeper, 50 Broad, B. 

h. 1576 Cambridge 
" Grace, asst. Cambridge Public Li- 
bray, b. 21 Irving 
" G. Fred, artist, b. 21 Prince 
" Hallett S. carpenter, h. 6 Tenney 
-■ Harry, carpenter, h. 249 Vine 
" Harvey B. b. 13 Leonard ave, 
" Henry, fireman, b. 55 Hubbard ave. 
" Henry M. 20 India sq. B. h. 23 Hews 



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Clark Henry W. blacksmith, 2443 Mass. 
ave. h. do. 

" Herbert M. fireman, B. & M. R. R. 
h. 79 Thorndike 

" Honora, widow of William, b. 5 

Leonard ave. 
' Howard, hairdresser, 6 Holyoke, h. 
47 Putnam ave. 

" Hyacinth, boiler maker, h. 707 Cam- 
bridge 

" Ida A. stenographer, 220 Devon- 
shire, B. b. 276 Winsor 

" James H. electrician, 111 Milk, B. 
h. 185 Chestnut 

" James J. machinist, b. 77 Washing- 
ton 

" James S. glass cutter, 201 Bridge, 
b. 79 Spring 

" Jedtham, clerk, 134 Federal, B. h. 
29 Fairmont ave. 

" John, city laborer, h. 82 Cushing 

" John, grocer, 21 Harding, h. do. 

" John, laborer, h. 27 Brewery 

" John, laborer, h. r. 22 Bristol 
' John, laborer, b. 18 Clarendon ave. 

" John, tailor's pressman, 1400 Mass. 
ave. h. at E. Boston 

" John Edward, laborer, h. 21 Cush- 
ing ct. 

" John E. laborer, h. 19 South 

" John Joseph, clerk, 36 Kilby, B. h. 
5 Leonard ave. 

" John J. car conductor, b. 905 Cam- 
bridge 

" John J. clerk, 161 Bridge, b. 12 
Crescent 

" John W. printer, U. P. h. 13 Leon- 
ard ave. 

" Joseph, seaman, h. 9 Marney 

" Joseph P. clerk, B. b. 12 Crescent 
' Joshua W. carriage painter, 2225 
Mass. ave. h. 64 Pemberton 

" J. Holbrook, clerk, 1863 Mass. ave. 
h. 34 Fairfield 

" Lewis C. engineman, Chemical No. 
1, h. 48 Western ave. 

" Louis, laborer, h. 35 Hastings 

" Lydia H. widow of Joseph F. h. 48 
Garden 

" Mabel F. nurse, b. 20 Clinton 

" Maria J. nurse, h. 97 Pine 

" Maria P. h. 354 Broadway 

" Martin V. B. compositor, h. 21 
Prince 

" Mary A. housekeeper, 707 Cam- 
bridge 

" Mary E. widow of Albert E. h. 56 
Plympton 

" Mary J. widow of James, dress- 
maker, 8 White, h. do. 



Clark Me'lvin D. Mrs. h. 13 Farwell pi. 

" Mitchell, laborer, h. 43 Washington 

" Moses, laborer, h. 17 Decatur 

" Nicholas, hostler, 160 Norfolk, b. 31 
Pine 

" Norman, car conductor, b. 7 Rail- 
road blk. Frank 

" Owen, teamster, b. 8 Stevens ct. 

" Patrick, city teamster, h. Concord 
ave. near R. R. 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 243 Cambridge 

" Richard C. mariner, h. 905 Cam- 
bridge 

" Robert, h. 118 Fourth 

" Robert, teamster, b. 466 Cambridge 

" Robert H. carriage mnfr. 2015 Mass. 
ave. h. 178 Elm, N. C. 

" Ruth K. Mrs. matron Rescue Home, 
301 Brookline, h. do. 

" R. Watson, carpenter, h. 24 Sacra- 
mento pi. 

" Smith P. buffet man, h. 17 Upton 

" Susie C. metaphysician, 15 Centre, 
b. do. 

" Thomas H. foreman, 1372 Mass. av. 
b. 36 Ash 

" Thomas M. clerk, B. b. 8 White 

" Thomas W. h. 105 Hammond 

" Thomas W. student, H. U. b. 48 
Garden 

" Walter, painter, 2443 Mass. ave. 
rms. do. 

" Walter K. clerk, B. 13 Leonard ave. 

" Wellington, steam fitter, h. 13 
School 

" William, laborer, h. 21 Hunting 

" William B. b. 24 DeWolf 

" William C. motorman, h. 452 Mass. 
ave. 

" William E. rms. City bldg. Brattle 
sq. 

" William E. salesman, h. 295 Pearl 

" William E. (Clark Bros.), variety 
store, 2414 Mass. ave. rms. at 
Somerville 

" William G. wood carver, 62 S Mass. 
ave. h. at Somerville 

" William H. bookbinder, h. 152 
Chestnut 

" William R. clergyman, h. 31 Rindge 
ave. 

" William T. salesman, 28 Black- 
stone, B. h. 178 Elm, N. C. 

" Willie F. carpenter, b. 24 Sacra- 
mento pi. 

" W. Ernest, com. mer. 55 So. Market, 
B. h. 9 Dover 
Clarke Alton, plumber, 1233 Cam- 
bridge, b. 205 Hampshire 

" Augustus P. physician, 825 Mass. 
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Clarke Edward F. milkman, 145 Mt. 
Auburn, h. do. 

" Edward P. supt. Met. Storage ware- 
house, Mass. ave. h. 58 Magazine 

" Genevieve, b. 825 Mass. ave. 

" George Lemist, lawyer, h. 104 Irv- 
ing 

" Harry L. h. 21 Ellery 

Harry R. blacksmith, h. 33 Pleasant 

" Howard A. car conductor, h. 13 Au- 
burn pi. 

" Inez Louise, h. 825 Mass. ave. 
Isabel Mrs. h. 2 Florence pi. 

" James E. tinsmith, B. h. 16 Creigh- 
ton 

' John M. messenger, U. S. Sub- 
Treasury, B. h. 2 Florence pi. 

" Mathias C. stone cutter, h. 442 Cam- 
bridge 

" Theodore P. B. letter carrier, P. O. 
B. h. 10 Fairmont 

" Thomas (Clarke & Phelps), 1190 
Mass. ave. h. at Boston 

" Wilbur S. real estate, 19 Milk, B. h. 
4 Leonard ave. 

" & Phelps (Thomas Clark and 
Thomas J. Phelps), caterers, 
1178-1190 Mass. ave. 

" see Clark 
Clarkson Mary A. widow of John, b. 1 
Rindgefield 
Thomas G. mnfg. jeweler. 11 West, 
B. h. 31 Everett 
Clary .lane M. widow of Francis P. h. 
22 Baldwin 

" John, at 66 Bridge, h. 103 Otis 

CLARY JOHN S. lumber, 6G and 
68 Bridge, house 75 Otis. See back 
cover 
' John W. paper cutter, b. 25 Erie 
" Oliver D. surveyor, b. 103 Otis 
Clauson Frederick, cook, h. 9 Bristol 
Clauss Louis, clerk, 813 Main, h. 72 

Allston 
Claussen Fredericka, b. 394 Green 
" Peter, h. 394 Green 
" Peter J. roofer, 1250 Mass. ave. rms. 
57 Essex 
Claxton Henry C. electrician, h. 148 
Berkshire 
" Robert G. draughtsman, 2 Central 
sq. b. at Boston 
Clay Abbie E. dressmaker, 324 Mass. 
ave. h. do. 
" Charles, floorman, 35 Church, h. 13 

West 
" James N. mattress maker, b. 102 

Moore 
" Zenis, ins. agt. h. 341 Columbia 
Clayborn Mary Mrs. h. r. 25 Jay 



Clayton Edwin A. salesman, h. 7 Holly 

" Frances' A. Mrs. dressmaker, 49 
Green h. do. 

" Harry L. porter, Divinity Hall, H. 
U, h. r. do. 

" Horace E. clerk, Boston Five Cents 
Savings Bank, h. 20 Essex 

" Isaiah H. waiter, h. 49 Green 
Cleary Addie F. teacher, Peabody 
school, b. at Somerville 

" Emma G. bookkeeper, b. 7 Bald- 
win ct. 

" Frank, h. 19 Pioneer ave. 

" James, dentist, 545 Mass. ave. 

" James, foreman, box department, 
162 Broadway, h. 234 Elm 

" James, ins. agent, h. 348 Norfolk 

" James, Jr. brass moulder, b. 234 
Elm 

" Joseph, wire worker, h. 78 DeWolf 

" Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 7 
Baldwin st. ct. 

" Mary T. bookkeeper, 1238 Mass. ave. 
h. 7 Baldwin st. ct. 

" Michael, foreman, 28 Osborn, h. 7 
Flagg 

" Stephen, laborer, h. 341 Vine 

" Timothy, baker, b. 381 Norfolk 
Cleaves Sophie R, clerk, b. 224 Chest- 
nut 
Cleland James, painter, h. 227 Putnam 
ave. 

" Matthew B. box maker, h. 3 Green- 
ough ave. 
Clement Alex, roofer, b. 715 Main 

" Charles, laborer, h. 715 Main 

" Winifred L. widow of Herbert E. h. 
160 Prospect 
Clementowski Andrew, laborer, h. 7 

Mullens ct. 
Clements Bernard, surgical inst. 
maker, h. 68 Gore 

" Christina, widow of George F. h. 4 
Portsmouth 

" George F. action maker, b. 4 Ports- 
mouth 

" John, plasterer, h. 315 Vine 

" John D. action maker, h. 4 Ports- 
mouth 

" Joseph B. steward, h. 295 Winsor 

" Onesime, cabinet maker, h. 119 
Portland 

" Robert, laborer, h. 22 Allston 
Cleveland Edward, laborer, h. 483 Cam- 
bridge 

" Flora E. bookkeeper, 519 Mass. av. 
b. 25 Erie 

" William A. letter carrier, 1849 Mass. 
ave. h. 77 Pemberton 



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CLEVELAND WROUGHT 
IRON FENCE CO. A. Simp- 
son, N. E. agent, 674 Mass. ave. 
See reverse side of page opposite 
Geo. G. Page 
Cliff Sanford P. carpenter, b. 142 

Washington 
Clifford Alfred, manager, h. 8 Tenney 
" Arthur L. clerk, B. b. 8 Tenney 
" George H. hostler, 341 Huron ave. 

h. 2 Holly ave. 
" Harry, at 169 Gore, b. 1195 Cam- 
bridge 
" John F. book binder, h. 32 Prince 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 9 Reed 
" Thomas H. engineer, h. 4 Watson 
" Warren D. grocer, 153 Norfolk, h. 
30 Essex 
Clifton. Albert, lithographer, b. 16 
Church 
" Mary, widow, h. 16 Church 
Clike Robert, janitor, h. 109 Clark 
Clinch John M. chronometers, 152 

State, B. h. 56 Kirkland 
Cline John H. laborer, h. 313 Vine 
Clinker Henry I. h. 143 Franklin 
Cloherty Martin, laborer, h. 4 Hunting 
Cloran Michael, cutter, Am. Rub. Co. 

h. 242 Elm 
Close Ann, widow of John, h. 143 Pros- 
pect 
" Caroline, teacher, High school, b. 

143 Prospect 
" George, manufacturing confection- 
er, 243 and 245 Broadway, h. 380 
do. 
" George E. salesman, 243 Broadway, 
b. 380 do. 

CLOSE JOHN, insurance, 649 
Mass. ave. and 48 Kilby, B. house 
143 Prospect. See page 17 
" J. Ernest, architect, h. 281 Green 
Clough Jennie S. b. 86 Buckingham 
" Joseph L. driver, h. 223 Winsor 
" see Clow 
Clouston Frank C. b. 14 William 
" Mary L. widow of William, h. 14 
William 
Cloutier Henry T. laborer, b. 9 Marney 
" Herbert, laborer, h. 139 Willow 
" Joseph, waiter, B. h. 3 Brookford 
" William, laborer, b. 9 Marney 

Cloutman William A. billiard table 
maker, B. h. 77 Austin 

Clover Ellis, cabinet maker, 30 Boyls- 
ton, h. 33 Lincoln 

" Frederick, janitor, Morse school, h. 
338 Western ave. 
Clow Benjamin F. carpenter, h. 384 
Walden 



Clow Edmund R. printer, h. 19 Fair- 
mont ave. 
Clowser Charles E. conductor, F. R. R. 

h. 49 Crescent ave. 
Cloy Robert, machinist, b. 4 Watson 
Cloyes Gideon. H. special police, h. 62 
Trowbridge 
" Gideon H. Jr. draughtsman, City 

Hall, b. 62 Trowbridge 
" Guy S. machinist, b. 62 Trowbridge 
" Lothrop J. chief police, Central 
bldg. Western ave. h. 55 Trow- 
bridge 
Club Stables, First, cor. Otis 
Clucas John, janitor, Weld boathouse, 
h. 8 Fairmont ave. 
" Thomas E. tinsmith, h. 357 Western 
ave. 
Clukas George M. clerk, supt. streets 
dept. City Hall, h. 208 Prospect 
" William H. city works, Bent, near 
Sixth 
Clunan Andrew J. foreman, 83 Otis, h. 

161 Thorndike 
Clune Dennis, laborer, b. 12 Seventh 
Coady John, peddler, b. 113 Willow 
" Nora, widow of William, h. 113 Wil- 
low 
" William, teamster, b. 113 Willow 
Coakley Bernard J. clerk, b. 61 Hub- 
bard ave. 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 51 Gore 
" Daniel F. stone mason, h. 25 War- 
ren 
" Daniel H. motorman, b. 129 Willow 
" David, h. 51 Gore 
" David, Jr. laborer, h. 21 Short 
" David A. b. 19 Jefferson 
" Dennis, teamster, 76 Bridge, b. 51 

Gore 
" Edward, hack driver, b. 129 Willow 
" Honora, widow of John, h. 19 Jef- 
ferson 
" James, at 29 Franklin, h. 408 Nor- 
folk 
" James, laborer, b. 19 Jefferson 
" James, laborer, b. 12 North 
" Jane, widow of Patrick, h. 129 Wil- 
low 
" Mary E. widow of John, h. 61 Hub- 
bard ave. 
" Timothy E. machinist, 140 Portland, 
h. r. 389 Columbia 
Coan Bartholomew, freight handler, h. 
224 Vine 

" John, h. 13 Foster 

" John J. Rev. asst. pastor, St. Paul's 

church, h. 34 Holyoke 
" Martin, gardener, 58 Garden, b. 13 

Foster 

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165 



Coar Arthur H. student, H. U. b. 81 
Oxford 

" Firman W. h. 81 Oxford 

" Firman W. Jr. b. 81 Oxford 

" John F. student, H. U. b. 81 Oxford 
Coates Albert J. plasterer, h. 132 Pine 

" Rollin H. carpenter, h. 1 Washing- 
ton 
Oobb Caroline W. widow of Josiah H. 
h. 61 Prospect 

" Charles D. student, H. U. b. 36a Or- 
chard 

" Edward, laborer, h. 36 Carver 

" Edward C. shipper, 604 Mass. ave. 
h. 18 Cottage 

" Edward H. teacher, High school, B. 
h. 7 Avon 

" Elden L. conductor, h.49 Holworthy 

" Elisha S. supt. 330 Main, h. at Alls- 
ton 

4i Elizabeth, widow of Charles, h. 36a 
Orchard 

" Franklin A. Jr. clerk, 26 Blackstone 
h. at W. Somerville 

" Harriet H. Mrs. physician, 1626 
Mass. ave. h. do. 

'• Henry E. hostler, h. 38% Kinnaird 

** Joseph A. driver, h. 35 Brookline 

" Josepih Lee, clerk, 587 Mass. ave. h. 
14 Salem 

'• Richard, cor. sec. H. U. office 5 Un. 
bldg. b. 6 Berkeley 
C oburn Calvin, organ maker, 23 Irving- 
ton, B. h. 148 Spring 

' Charles F. organ maker, 23 Irving- 
ton, B. h. 148 Spring 

" Charlotte W. matron. House of Cor- 
rection, mis. 50 Thorndike 

' Cornelia A. and Anna L. h. 6." Win- 
throp 

' George A. physician, 134 Otis, h. do. 

' Jane M. widow of Charles, h. 7 Do- 
ver 

4i Jennie M. at H. U. library, b. 7 Do- 
ver 

' Joseph, packer, B. h. 64 Middlesex 

' Lewis M. machinist, h. 9 Brown 

• Maria P. Mrs. Baptist House, 308 
Brookline 

" Mary A. teacher, b. 148 Spring 
Cochran Seymour, carpenter, b. 57 
Wendell 

1 Thomas, laborer, h. 2 Cedar sq. 
Codnian Edith, h. 469 Broadway 

Cody Nelson, teamster, 97 Concord ave. 

b. do. 
Coe John W. machinist, b. 254 Norfolk 
Coes Charles W. shoes, 14 School, B. h. 

119 Oxford 
George H. comedian, and boarding 

house, 205 and 207 Hampshire 



Coes Mary, sec. Radcliffe College, h. 19 

Follen 
Coffey Charles, clerk, B. h. 8 Clark 
" Dennis, clerk, b. 54 North 
" Jeremiah, boiler maker, h. 32 State 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. r. 143 Gore 
' ; Jeremiah, motorman, h. 141 Tre- 

mont 
" John, patrol driver, station 3, h. 54 

North 
* ; John J. provisions and grocer, 25-27 

Bay, h. 129 Hancock 
" Joseph, teamster, h. 181 Main 
; ' Kate, widow of Timothy, h. 29 Bay 
" Leonard J. physician, 381 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1137 Mass. ave. 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 20 Warren 
Coffin Amos N. machinist, h. 156 River 
" Frank, machinist, b. 30 Pearl 
" Fred, teamster, 97 Concord ave. b. 

do. 
" Harold D. carpenter, h. 20 Crescent 
" Herbert E. expressman, h. 194 Pros- 
pect 
" Mary, widow, h. 232 Franklin 
" Otis F. b. 12 Wallace 
Cofran Frank H. teamster, 95 Concord 

ave. b. do. 
" Noah M. (N. M. Cofran & Co.) brick 

mnfr. Concord ave. h. 95 do. 
" N. M. & Co. (Noah M. Cofran and 

Joseph Broussard), brick mfrs. 

Concord ave. and 17 Otis, B. 
Cogan George P. painter, h. 2 Harvard 

pi. 
" Joseph, harness mnfr. 65 Sudbury, 

B. h. 105 Huron ave. 
" Thomas, packer, b. Ill Third 
" William A. clerk, 65 Sudbury, B. h. 

105 Huron ave. 
" see Coogan 
Coghlan Thomas I. h. 49 Sixth 
Cogswell Albert H. carriage painter, h. 

132 Fifth 
;i Bertha L. teacher, English High 

school, b. 257 Prospect 
' ; Charles N. draughtsman, B. b. 61 

Kirkland 
'" Edward R. physician, h. 61 Kirk- 
land 
" Edward R. Jr. student, H. U. b. 61 

Kirkland 
" Francis, supt. of schools, office, City 

Hall, h. 257 Prospect 
" George P. physician, 16 Church, b. 

12 Berkeley- 
Cohen Bernard, shoemaker, 724 Main, 

h. at Boston 

" Edward, painter, h. 193 Brookline ". 
" Himan, tailor, 1154 Cambridge, h. do. 
" Mark, at 111 Putnam ave. 



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Co'hen Michael, cigar maker, 621 Mass. 

ave. h. 42 Lopez 
Coiley John T. produce peddler, h. 222 

Webster ave. 
Coit Manuel varnisher, h. Second 
Coker Frederick G. supt. Middlesex 

county bldgs. h. 74 Fourth 
Colbarth Ernest L. carpenter, h. 29 

Baldwin 
Colbert Margaret, widow of Edward, 
h. 37 Harvey 
" Patrick, clerk, B. h. 118 Webster av. 
" Patrick, driver, 2464 Mass. ave. b. 

37 Harvey 
" Patrick J. shipper, 162 Broadway, 
h. at Boston 
Colburn Frank A. watch repairer, 1432 
Mass. ave. h. 73 Frost 
" George W. Mrs. h. 7 Dana 
" Newell 0. carpenter, b. 56 Norris 
" Reuben N. carpenter, h. 56 Norris 
" Walter L. clerk, B. h. 23 Chestnut 
" Walter S. carpenter, h. 54 Norris 
Colby Albert M. cabinet maker, h. 1355 
Cambridge 

COL.BY BROTHERS ^Horace T. 
and William F.), furniture movers, 
1402 Mass. ave. Harvard sq. See 
page 30 

" Charles, clerk, 53 Boylston 

" Charles E. butcher, h. 1210 Cam- 

" Horace T. (Colby Bros.) Harvard 
bridge 

" Elizabeth, widow of Moses C. h. 28 
Wendell 
sq. h. 20 Farwell pi. 

" James W. music teacher, 42 Pros- 
pect, h. 59 Norfolk 

" Nellie M. teacher, Dunster school, 
h. 1595 Mass. ave. 

" S. Emma, h. 1595 Mass. ave. 

" Warren H. woodworker, 10 Brattle, 
rms. 1102 Mass. ave. 

" William F. (Colby Bros.) 1402 Mass. 
ave. rms. 34 Ash 
Cole Arthur Mrs. dressmaker, 101 Elm, 
h. do. 

" Arthur E. driver, 443 Mass. ave. h. 
101 Elm 

" Byron C. (Cole, Kistner & Co.) pro- 
visions, 159 Hampshire, h. 306 
Broadway 

" Charles, fireman, B. & A. R. R, h. 25 
Erie 

" Daniel F. motorman, h. 76 Fair- 
mont 

" Daniel H. piano polisher, 162 
Broadway, h. 6 Portsmouth 

." Edwin M. expressman, h. 39 Essex 

" Elizabeth W. b. 6 Union 

" George A. nurse, h. 310 Columbia 



Cole George E. laborer, h. 12 Brewer 
" George F. clerk, h. 298 Mass. ave. 
" George W. upholsterer, h. 23 Rock- 
ingham 
" Herbert L. expressman, h. 67 Elm 
" Ivory F. foreman, 113 Broadway, h. 

47 Fairmont 
" Kistner & Co. (Byron C. Cole and 

Frank W. Kistner) provisions, 

159 and 163 Hampshire 
" Leverett H. clerk, 1420 Mass. ave. h. 

at Boston 
" Mary W. widow of Seth, h. 6 Union 
" Michael, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 170 

Gore 
" Wilfred G. G. student, H. U. b. 3 

Highland pk. 
" William E. carpenter, h. 22 Lake 
" William P. inventor, h. 3 Highland 

pi. 
" William Y. butler, 26 Ellerv, rms. 

do. 
Coleman Annie, widow of Amos, h. 12 

Bath 
" Bartholomew, laborer, h. 24 Porter 

COLEMAN BROTHERS (Wal- 
ter G. and James W.), wood, coal 
and kindling wood, 91 Broadway, 
coal, 242 and 244 First, flour 
450 Mass. ave. branch offices 47 
Main and 33 Boylston. See p. 822 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 24 Porter 
" Daniel, confectioner, B. b. 225 

Webster ave. 
'" Denis J. clerk, 907 Main, b. 68 

School 
" Elisha P. treas. Am. B. M. U. Tre- 
inont Tonrple, B. h. 1 Potter pk. 
" Elizabeth H. widow of John, h. 214 

Pearl 
' ; Ellen Mrs. h. 249b Franklin 
" i:mil, w-ire worker, h. 106 Hamp- 
shire 
" Francis, teamster, h. 6 Ninth 
" Frank, laborer, b. 41 Washington 
" Frank S. J. conductor, b. 1603 Cam- 
bridge 
" Hannah E. widow, h. 31S Pearl 
" Harris, watchman, 530 Main. h. at 

Boston 

" James, laborer, b. 13 Burns ct. 

" James W. (Coleman Bros.) coal and 

wood, 91 Broadway, and hay, 

straw, etc. 450 Mass. ave. h. 565 

Putnam ave. 

" Jeremiah, teamster, h. 4 Sands 

" Johannah, widow of Michael D. h. 

225 Webster ave. 
" John, driver, 258 Bridge, h. do. 
" John, laborer, b. 15 Ninth 



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167 



Coleman John, laborer, h. 28 Porter 
" John, laborer, h. 4 Linehan ct. 
" John, Jr. teamster, b. 258 Bridge 
" John F. driver, B. b. 13 Burns ct. 
" Margaret M. widow of John, h. 68 

School 
" Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 228 

Franklin 
" Mary Ann, widow of Patrick, h. 14 

Second 
" Max, cigar maker, h. 19 Watson 
" Michael, laborer, b. 258 Bridge 
" Nellie M. h. 13 Burns ct. 
" Otto, piano maker, b. 106 Hamp- 
shire 
" Patrick, teamster, 246 Bridge, b. 

258 do. 
" Thomas C. at U. S. Arsenal, h. 60 

Plymouth 
" Thomas P. expressman, B. h. 9 Pine 
" Timothy, at 169 Gore, h. 25 Sixth 
" Walter G. (Coleman Bros.) wood, 
coal, etc. 91 Broadway, and flour, 
450 Mass. ave. h. 10 Gardner 
" William, h. 3 Jefferson 
" see Colman 
Coles Herbert B. messenger, b. 83 

Pearl 
Colgan Mary E. Mrs. h. 133 Elm 
Collet! Fred W. II. foreman, U. P. h. 
25 Bow 
" Mary E. widow of Fred, h. 25 Bow 
Colley Charles W. hostler, h. 26 Clif- 
ton 
" Frank, car cleaner, h. 82 Harvard 
" John, cabinet maker, b. 60 Harvard 
Collfort James J. cooper, h. 265 Port- 
land 
(Oilier Edward P. accountant, 242 
Washington, B. h. 1 Highland pk. 
" Sarah J. nurse, b. 60 Shepard 
Colligan Timothy, mason, b. 888 Main 
Collins Anna J. book folder, h. 32 An- 
trim 
" Anna L. P. teacher, Putnam school, 

b. 81 Green 
" Augustus, laborer, h. 45 Hayes 
" Bernard J. horseshoer, b. 5 Potter 
" Catherine, widow of John, h. 12 

Eliot 
" Catherine, widow of John, h. 267 

Vine 
" Charles J. wood turner, h. 47 Pine 
" Cornelius, laborer, b. 11 Plymouth 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 92 Thorn- 
dike 
" Cornelius, peddler, b. 73 Bristol 
" Cornelius, watchman, h. 9 Leighton 

ct. 
" Cornelius P. laborer, b. 92 Thorn- 
dike 



Collins Daniel, plasterer, 46 Hubbard 
ave. h. do. 
" Daniel, teamster, Sixth, cor. Pot- 
ter, h. 4 Mullen's ct. 
" Daniel F. driver, h. 2 Essex ct. 
" Daniel W. gardener, 1899 Mass. ave. 

h. 9 White st. pi. 
" Denis F. foreman Am. Rub. Works, 

h. 77,Tremont 
" Dennis, waiter, h. 795 Cambridge 
" Edward, baker, 163 Bridge, h. do. 
" Ellen Mrs. h. 73 Bristol 
" Ellen, widow, h. 59 Boylston 
" Ellen, widow of David, h. 192 Frank- 
lin 
" Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. 3 Otter 
" Fred K. h. 5 Centre 
44 Harry F. plumber, h. 292 Columbia 
" Herbert L. ex. helper, B. b. Rev. 

William H. H. Collins' 
" James, plumber, b. 34 Berkshire 
" James J. coffin maker, 201 Bridge*. 

b. 56 Second 
" James J. laborer, h. 297 Elm 
" James J. laborer, b. 7 Squires ct. 
41 Jane E. widow, h. 7 Oak Circle 
" Jeremiah, b. 73 Bristol 
" Jeremiah T. teamster, h. 12 Hunt- 
ing 
" John, bartender, b. 34 Berkshire 
" John, clerk, b. 62 Eustis 
" John, laborer, h. 100 Gore 
" John, laborer, b. 3 Otter 
" John A. supt. P. O. 343 Cambridge,. 

b. 125 Spring 
" John D. asst. foreman, Cambridge 

Tribune, b. 47 Pine 
" John J. blacksmith's helper, b. 119 

Fourth 
" John L. rms. Ill Austin 
"• John W. waiter, h. 8 Hotel Dor- 
chester 
" Joseph O. salesman, B. b. 7 Oak 

Circle 
" Josie M. dressmaker, 192 Franklin, 

h. do. 
" Martin, laborer, h. r. 5 Hunting 
" Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 143 

Bridge 
" Mary, widow, rms. 43 Webster ave. 
" Mary A. dressmaker, 33 Mill, h. do. 
•' Mary B. Mrs. boarding house, h. 56 

Second 
" Matthew, laborer, h. 172 Charles 
44 Maynard L. bookkeeper, Am. Rub- 
Co. h. 59 Norfolk 
" Michael, blacksmith, h. 5 Potter 

14 Michael, butcher, h. 69 Bolton 
44 Michael, butcher, h. 162 Otis 
44 Michael, laborer, b. 143 Bridge 



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Collins Michael, latbo'r, h. 7 Squire's ct. 

" Michael, shoemaker, 839 Cambridge, 
h. 34 Berkshire 

" Michael, teamster, 2578 Mass. ave. 
h. do. 

" Michael B. milkman, 240 Harvard, 
h. do. 

" Michael D. iron worker, h. 28 East 

■" Parker L. brakeman, h. 6a Erie 

" Patrick, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 62 Web- 
ster ave. 

" Patrick, foundryman, h. 361 Co- 
lumbia 

"" Patrick, laborer, b. 192 Bridge 

" Patrick, laborer, b. 3 Otter 
■:" Patrick, laborer, b. r. 5 Hunting 

" Patrick J. baker, b. 145 Norfolk 
..'" Ralph L. nickel plater, B. b. 7 Oak 
Circle 

' Richard, head baker, Memorial 
Hall, h. 62 Eustis 

" Thomas, laborer, h. r. 5 Hunting 

" Thomas E. grocer, 101 Fourth, h. 
318 Vine 

** Thomas J. pool, 1103 Cambridge, b. 
106 Hampshire 

" Timothy, laborer, b. 194 Bridge 

" Timothy, laborer, h. 194 Bridge 

" Timothy, tailor, B. h. 39 Gore 

" Timothy, wood moulder, b. 39 Gore 

" Timothy A. engraver, h. 1228 Cam- 
bridge 

" William, b. 81 Porter 

" William Mrs. h. 5 Center 

" William A. confectioner, 599 Mass. 
ave. rms. 7 Essex 

■"" William E. carpenter, h. r. 10 Jay 

V William H. bootmaker, Am.Rub.Co. 
h. 62 Webster ave. 

" William H. H. Rev. h. end Pember- 
ton 

" William J. city laborer, h. r. 282 
Green 

" William N. moulder, h. 5 White st. 
pi. 
Colliton Bernard, peddler, b. 947 Cam- 
bridge 

" John, fermenter, h. 947 Cambridge 
Collupy E. Hilton, clerk, 1998 Mass. av. 
b. at Somerville 

Colman Addie A. children's clothing, 
h. 126 Otis 

' Ellen, widow of Michael, h. 19 
Brown 

<*' Jeremiah F. laborer, b. 63 Rindge 
ave. 

" John, laborer, h. 63 Rindge ave. 
" John F. b. 63 Rindge ave. 
' Joseph J. kitchen furnishing goods, 
1223 Cambridge, h. 4 Union 



Colman Mary E. children's clothing, h. 
126 Otis 
" Mary J. widow of Mark W. h. 126 

Otis 
" Timothy, plumber, 17 Brattle, b. 63 

Rindge ave. 
" William H. plumber, 17 Brattle, b. 

63 Rindge ave. 
" see Coleman 
Oolmett Emma Mrs. h.x 2 Hotel Tem- 

pleton 
Colonial Club, 20 Quincy 
Colpitts Bela L. (Jones & Colpitts), 

teas, 419 Mass. ave. b. 290 do. 
Colson Harold R. Jr. at Observatory, 
b. 30 Crescent 
" W. W. manager Cambridge Tribune 

26a Brattle, b. at Winthrop 
Colter Ellen, widow of Andrew, h. 4 

Davis 
Oolton Albert J. iron worker, 140 Port- 
land, h. 157 do. 
" Francis, laborer, h. 66 Vine 
" Frank H. cook, h. 205 Lake View 
ave. 
Columbian Co-operative Bank (The), 
W. E. Burrrage, sec. 763 Mass.av. 
Columbus Albert, tinsmith, h. 2 Hamp- 
shire ct. 
" Albert, Jr. clerk, B. b. 2 Hampshire 

ct. 
" Gaetano, laborer, h. 100 Charles 
" George, tinsmith, h. 12 Harrison 
" Louis G. engineer, h. 63 Creighton 
" Louis G. Jr. laundry agent, b. 63 
Creighton 
Colvin Edwin S. clerk, B. b. 143 River 
" Ernest N. bookbinder, b. 143 River 
" Miranda M. widow of Columbus T. 
h. 143 River 
Oolwell Eugene E. freight clerk, F. R. 
R., B. h. 55 Stearns 
" George E. elevator man. b. 256 Col- 
umbia 
Coman George E. clerk, 1336 Mass. ave. 

h. 1156 do. 
Combs Charles E. apothecary, 1093 
Cambridge, h. 36 Fayette 
" Earl G. clerk, 1093 Cambridge, b. 36 

Fayette 
" Marilia T. Mrs. h. 36 Fayette 
Comeau Alexander P. carpenter, b. 44 

Baldwin 
Comee Dennie F. bakery, 139 Gore, h. 

471 Cambridge 
Comer Bernard, slater, b. 25 Baldwin 
" James, h. 25 Baldwin 
" John, slater, b. 25 Baldwin 
" Margaret Mrs. h. 1 Coolidge pi. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 79 Rindge ave. 
Comerford Edward J. police, station 5, 
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Comerford Joseph 1*. carpenter, h. 783 

Cambridge 
Come/tar Henry, brickmaker, b. 10 

Jackson 
" Joseph, brickmaker, b. 10 Jackson 
Comey Arthur M. chemist, h. 11 Sacra- 
mento 
" George O. carpenter, h. 22 Lake 
" Mary J. widow of William A. h. 29 

Lawrence 
Oomins George A. brass finisher, h. 4 

Douglass 
Comiskey James, h. 40 Bristol 
" Jennie, dressmaker, h. 240 Prospect 
Commings Michael J. h.235 Hampshire 
Comstock Allen L. supt. Am. R. Co. 

Ninth, cor. Potter, h. at Boston 
Conalty Charles, stone cutter, h. 253 

Sixth 
Conan Thomas, at Am. R. works, b. 13 

Ninth 
Conant Agnes B. comparer, Otis, cor. 

Second, b. 336 Harvard 

CONANT CHARLES M. insur- 
ance, 24 Congress, B. house 22 Lee- 

See page 14 
" Francis E. clerk, B. b. 22 Lee 
" George H. clerk, 9 Brattle, h. at 

Allston 
" George W. S. clerk, Riverside Press, 

h. 18 Tufts 
" Harriet E. clerk, Otis, cor. Second, 

b. 336 Harvard 
" Harry W. clerk, B. b. 22 Lee 
" James H. h. 60% Franklin 
" Marie J. Mrs. h. 60V-, Franklin 
" Mary B. Mrs. h. 18 Tufts 
Conboy Edward, weigher, h. 59 Cherry 
Concannon Hubert P. laborer, 153 River 

b. do. 
' James, cook, h. 126 Willow 
' James, Jr. laborer, h. 126 Willow 
" Mary E. Mrs. dressmaker, 48 Mt. 

Auburn, b. do. 

CONCANNON PATRICK H. 
(J. A. Cummings Printing Co. 
incorp.), 252 Washington, B. bds. 
48 Mt. Auburn. See page 845 
" William, peddler, b. 126 Willow 
Condell Edward, cook, h. 47 School 

Conder Charles E. (Conder & Camp- 
bell), grocer, 442 Mass. av. h. 41 
Cottage 

' Margaret, widow of Edwin E. h. 307 
River 

' Sidney, clerk, 442 Mass. ave. h. 4 
Blanche 

' & Campbell (Charles E. Conder and 
John A. Campbell), grocers, 442 
Mass. ave. 



Condon Andrew J. contractor, 351 Put- 
nam ave. b. do. 
" Bridget, widow of John, h. 329 Elm 
" Ellen M. widow of David, h. 265 

Portland 
" Garrett W. cornice maker, h. 55 

Green 
" James F. h. 887 Main 
" John, glass worker, b. 329 Elm 
" John A. laborer, h. 408 Putnam ave. 
" John P. car builder, h. 280 Pearl 
" Margaret, widow of Joseph, h. 33a 

Dunster 
" Michael, teamster, h. 1 Hotel School 
" Thomas, cornice maker, rms. 464' 

Mass. ave. 
" Timothy J. at woven hose, b. 265 
" Timothy J. at Woven Hose Co. b. 

265 Portland 
" T. carpenter, h. 240 Hampshire 
" William, contractor, 351 Putnam 

ave, h. do. 
" William, laborer, h. 183 Franklin 
" William, laborer, h. 42 Murray 
" William P. tin plate worker, rms. 

464 Mass. av. 
" William S. student, b. 351 Putnam 

ave. 
Cone Adeline W. Mrs. h. 105 Inman 
" Frank W. timekeeper, b. 105 Inman 
" Joseph A. machinist, h. 14 Carlisle 
" Miner C. clerk, P. O. 28 Brattle, h. 

43 Ellery 
Conea Joseph, shoemaker, 26 Gore, h- 

57 do. 
Conesius Frank, butcher, 254 Vine 
Conkling Harriet E. widow of Howard, 

h.N 17 Elm 
" William J. caterer, h. 99 Hampshire 
Conlan Andrew, h. 181 Spring 
" Charles, teamster, b.r. 104 Sherman 
" Charles, teamster, b. 4 Spring pi. 
" Edward, saleman, 999 Cambridge 

CONLAN FELIX, lawyer, 253 
Cambridge, h. 59 Thorndike. See 
page 856 
" Francis, b. 467 Winsor 
" James, glass worker, b. 66 Winter 
" James F. clerk, b. 526 Winsor 
" James J. at 29 Franklin, b. 467 Win- 
sor 
" John, milkman, 69 Spring, h. do. 
" John, teamster, b. 20 Harrison 
" John J. teamster, b. 467 Winsor 
" Julia, widow, h. rear 104 Sherman 
" Julia, widow, h. 4 Spring pi. 
" Margaret, widow of Robert, h. 116 

Cherry 
" Michael, laborer, h. 526 Winsor 
" Patrick, h. 59 Thorndike 
" Patrick, foreman, C. W. W. h. 102 
Sherman 



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Conlon Patrick H. student, H. U. b. 59 
Thorndike 
" Peter, soap maker, 206 Broadway, 

h. 467 Winsor 
" Samuel, laborer, h. 214 Webster av. 
" Sarah A. h. 59 Thorndike 
" William H. laborer, b. 214 Webster 

ave. 
" see Conlin 
Conley Alice, widow of Thomas, h. 428 
Cambridge 
" Arthur E. brush maker, b. 88 Fifth 
" Dennis, teamster, b. 204 Sidney 
" Edward, bar tender, B. h. 643 Main 
" Frank T. expressman, b. 10 Munson 
" Hannah, widow of James, h. 133 

Charles 
" Hugih V. b. 107 Garden 
" James, bar tender, B. h. 643 Main 
" James, laborer, h. 441 Main 
" James J. upholsterer, 25 Brattle, h. 

32 Baldwin 
" Jane Mrs. h. 137 Clark 
" John, clerk, 2093 Mass. ave. h. at 

Waltham 
" John J. teamster, B. h. 107 Garden 
" John P. teamster, h. 15 Seventh 
" John W. Mrs. h. 107 Garden 
" Joseph, at 29 Franklin, b. 536 Win- 
sor 
" Margaret Mrs. h. 107 Garden 
" Martin, laborer, h. 216 Vine 
" Mary Mrs. h. 10 Munson 
" Patrick, baker, h. 2 Hampshire pi. 
" Robert, photographer, h. 106 Kin- 

naird 
" William J. baker, b. 10 Munson 
Conlin Andrew J. foreman, 10 Frank- 
lin, h. 1534 Cambridge 
" Bridget, widow of John, h. 224 Vine 
" James H. rubber worker, b. 29 Lo- 
pez 
" John, rubber worker, b. 29 Lopez 
" Owen, h. 29 Lopez 
" Thomas, rubber worker, h. 67 Sid- 
ney 
" see Conlan 
Conlogue Mary, widow of John, h. 133 

Clark 
Conly Elizabeth, widow of George, h. 

1552 Cambridge 
Conn Maynard G. fireman, B. & M. R. 
R. rms. 339 Cambridge 

CONNECTICUT STEAM 
STONE CO. (THE), George 
Everett, supt. 64 First. See p. 810 

Connefry Dominic A. salesman, h. 68 
Hampshire 

Connell Anthony Jr. brass finisher, h. 
203. Franklin 

" Bridget, h. 198 Franklin 



Connell Catherine, widow of Timothy, 
h. 119 Charles 
" Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. 207 

Franklin 
" James, laborer, b. 119 Charles 
" James, laborer, b. 249 Franklin 
" James, stone mason, h. 131 Webster 

ave. 
" James E. tinsmith, h. 414 Putnam 

ave. 
" James J. grocer, 78 Plympton, h. 

80 do. 
" Jeremiah, baker, b. 363 Columbia 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 1099 Cam- 
bridge 
" Jeremiah J. brass finisher, h. 198 

Franklin 
" John, h. 253 Franklin 
" John, teamster, 137 Main, h. 2 Han- 
cock 
" John, teamster, h. 303 Vine 
" John F. press feeder, b. 363 Colum- 
bia 
" Margaret, grocer, 207 Franklin, h. 

do. 
" Margaret, widow of John M. h. 175 

Franklin 
" Mary E. h. 24 Quincy 
" Mary E. Mrs. h. 189 Winsor 
" Michael, laborer, h. 363 Columbia 
" Patrick, brass finisher, h. 198 

Franklin 
" Patrick, teamster, b. 155 Spring 
" Patrick H. clerk, B. b. 207 Franklin 
" Patrick J. teamster, 137 Main, h. 15 

Vandine 
" Thomas, gardener. T. W. Dee, h. 

Fresh Pond lane 
" William, bookbinder, h. 16 Surrey 
" see O'Connell 
Connelly Ellen, widow of Bartholo- 
mew, h. 6 Camden pi. 
" James C. gate tender, Broadway 

R. R. crossing, h. 6 Harvard pi. 
" John, Mrs. h. 22 Cushing ct. 
" John J. organ maker, b. 4 Emmons 

pi. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 297 Main 
" Michael J. laborer, h. 340 Green 
" Peter, mason, b. 303 Columbia 
" Richard F. laborer, h. 6 Camden pi. 
" Thomas, carpenter, 4 Emmons pi. 

h. do. 
" Thomas, Jr. carriage painter, b. 4 
Emmons pi. 
" Thomas J. mason, h. 303 Columbia 
Conner Carrie A. Mrs. h. 1337 Cam- 
bridge 
" Charles E. engineer, steamer 5, h. 
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Conner Nancy F. widow of William P. 

h. 1337 Cambridge 
Conners John, clerk, h. 234 Webster av. 
Connerton Thomas, brick layer, h. 412 

Norfolk 
Connerty Thomas, laborer, h. r. 11 

Ninth 
Connery Michael, coachman, h. 8 Hotel 

Weston 
Connington Henry J. baker, b. 319 
River 
" William R. baker, h. 319 River 
Connolly Benjamin T. painter, h. 57 
Pearl 
" Frank J. clerk, 4 Inman sq. b. 56 

Amory 
" James T. student, b. 56 Amory 
" John J. hairdresser, B. h. 232 Nor- 
folk 
" John M. student, b. 56 Amory 
" Margaret, boarding- house, 199 

Clark 
" Michael, b. r. 59 Tremont 
" Michael, brick layer, h. 306 Colum- 
bia 
"Michael, h. 56 Amory 
" Robert, h. r. 237 Franklin 
" Thomas F. cooper, b. 9 Marney 
** William, h. S3 Plymouth 
" William, b. 19 Seventh 

William E. student, b. 56 Amory 
Connor Ann, widow of Justin, h. 369 
Wins or 
" Bernard J. piano button maker, h. 

10 Hotel Moore 
' Catherine Mrs. second hand furni- 
ture, 77 Rindge ave. h. 1 Clay 
; Daniel, barkeeper, B. b. 29 Athens 
pi. 
Dennis, grocer, 1 Clay, h. do. 
; Dennis, laborer, b. 189 Rindge ave. 
; Dennis, teamster, h. 8 Beaver 
" Edmund J. teamster, b. 291 Cam- 
bridge 
' James W. builder, 11 Beech, h. do. 
' James W. clerk, B. b. 41 Norris 
' John, laborer, h. r. 145 Gore 
" John H. h. 9 Wendell 
" John J. shipper, 184 Broadway, b. 

369 Winsor 
" Julia Mrs. h. 112 Banks 
' Justin, clerk, b. 369 Winsor 
; Lizzie, dressmaker, 14 Sparks, h. 

do. 
'' Mary, widow of John, h. 59 Porter 

1 Michael, laborer, h. 41 Norris 

" Michael P. clerk, 30' Boylston, h. at 

Boston 
" Nellie Mrs. h. Bradbury 

' Patrick, laborer, b. 59 Porter 






Connor Thomas, driver, 16 Locke, b.do. 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 41 Norris 
" Thomas, laborer, b. r. 145 Gore 
" William, stone polisher, B. h. 4 

Sherman 
" see Conner 
Connors Catharine Mrs. h. 229 Elm 
" Charles, shipper, 13 Broadway, h. 

3 Pioneer 
" Daniel, teamster, h. 145 Norfolk 
" David, tinner, b. 14 Hews 
" Hannah, widow of Dennis, h. 295 

Elm 
' Jeremiah, at 169 Gore, b. 126 do. 
Jeremiah, laborer, b. 145 Norfolk 
John, clerk, 145 Hampshire, h. 98 

Webster ave. 
" John, coal, h. 169 Bridge 
" John, horseshoer, b. 113 Columbia 
" John, janitor, Jefferson laboratory, 

H. U. h. 43 Baldwin 
" John, laborer, h. 60 Ninth 
' John, stonecutter, h. 115 Brookline 
" John M. teamster, h. 153 Banks 
" Lucy, widow of Charles, h. 43 Mar- 
ket 
" Maria Mrs. h. 16% Mill 
" Michael, at Am. Tube Works, h. 

1105 Cambridge 
" Michael, cooper, h. 578 Cambridge 
" Michael, laborer, h. 54 Waverly 
" Michael, teamster, 13 Broadway, h. 

11 Plymouth 
" Rose, widow of Michael, h. 313 Elm 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 453 Cambridge 
" William J. polisher, 201 Bridge, h. 

119 Spring 
" see Connor, also O'Connor 
Conren Thomas, iron polisher, h. off 

Washburn ave. 

Conrick Julia A. teacher, St. Mary's 
school, b. 199 Harvard 

" Margaret, widow of Edward, h. 199 
Harvard 

" Mary, compositor, U. P. b. 199 Har- 
vard 

" Thomas J. brass finisher, b. 199 
Harvard 

Conroy Edward F. helper, 8 Brattle, 
b. 259 Mt. Auburn 
" Edward J. clerk, b. 220 Winsor 

" Edward J. confectioner, rms. 12 

Eliot 
" James, electrotyper, U. P. h. 259 

Mt. Auburn 
" James, laborer, h. 101 Kinnaird 

" James J. bookbinder, b. 259 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" John, laborer, b. 340 Green 



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Conroy John, section hand, B. & A. R. 
R. b. 12 Ninth 
" John stonecutter, b. 25 Sixth 
" John P. H. car conductor, h. 271 

Mt. Auburn 
" Kearn, laborer, h. 340 Green 
" Mary Ann Mrs. h. 46 Flagg 
" Patrick, laborer, Am. Rub. Co. h. 49 

Webster ave. 
" Peter, clerk, B. h. 19 DeWolf 
" Sarah, widow of John, h. Montgom- 
ery, cor. Dudley 
" Stephen, cracker baker, b. 340 

Green 
" Stephen F. electrotyper, U. P. ■ b. 

259 Mt. Auburn 
" Thomas, b. 340 Green 
" Thomas, clerk, Lafayette sq. b. 8 
,- Kinnaird 

" Thomas, h. 536 Cambridge 
" Thomas Jr. at B. B. W. b. 2 Sixth 
Conry Michael J. police, station 4, h. 

118 Mass. ave. 
Constable Herbert, household goods, 

81 Union, B. b. 352 Mass. ave. 
Constantine John T. at B. B. Works, 

b. 10 Hunting 
Contie Joseph, laborer, h. 134 Elm 
Converse Florence, h. 403 Broadway 
" George H. bookkeeper, 166 Devon- 
shire, B. b. 403 Broadway 
" John M. lawyer, 559 Mass. ave. h. at 

Somerville 
" Joseph H. merchant, 150 Devon- 
shire, rm. 24, B. h. 403 Broad- 
way 
Conville Charles J. 29 Hampshire, h. 

189 Portland 
Conway Catherine M. widow of James 
T. h. 384 Putnam ave. 
" Charles, mason, h. 113 Elm 
" Francis B. letter carrier, b. 82 

Brookline 
" James, laborer, h. 459 Columbia 
" James, laborer, h. 543 Main 
" James, plasterer, b. 199 Clark 
" Jane, widow of William, h. 304 

Green 
" John, plasterer, h. 90 Elm 
" John, stone mason, h. 259 Vine 
" Joseph W. shipper, 67 Chauncy, B. 

h. 1 Richdale ave. 
" Margaret, widow of John, h. 93 

Winsor 
" Martin J. laborer, h. 69 Sidney 
" Mary, widow of James, h. 82 Clark 

" Michael, rubber "worker, b. 16 Ply- 
mouth 

" Richard, carpenter, h. 9 Austin 

" Richard, mason, h. 82 Brookline 



Conway Stephen H. painter, 6 Watson, 
h. do. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 9 Erie 
" William, rubber worker, h. 304 
Green 
Coogan John T. letter carrier, 28 Brat- 
tle, h. at Somerville 
" Martin, h. 37 River 

COOGAN MICHAEL B. law- 
yer, 73 Tremont,rm. 550, B. house 
48 Bigelow. See page 856 
" see Cogan 
Cook Albert M. chiropodist, B. b. 1345 
Cambridge 
" Angelina F. h. 935 Mass. ave. 
" Bridget, widow of James, h. 14 

Third 
" Catherine J. widow of William, h. 

81 Putnam ave. 
" Charles A. (Charles A. Cook & Co.), 
16 Osborn, h. 155 Prospect 

COOK CHARLES A. & CO. 
(Charles A. Cook), piano taborets 
and stools, 16 Osborn. See p. 846 
" Charles C. carpenter, b. 25 Chestnut 
" Charles H. letter carrier, 1849 Mass. 

ave. h. at Somerville 
" Edgar M. at 169 Gore, h.8 Squires ct. 
" Edward F. shipper, h. 15 Plymouth 
" Elliot W. salesman, h. 56 Highland 
" Ernest G. engraver, h. 21 Rocking- 
ham 
" Ernest P. bookkeeper, 242 First, b. 
10 Gardner 

COOK FRANK GAYLORD, 
lawyer, 10 Tremont, B. house 44 

Garden. See page 852 
" Georg*e, clerk, 604 Mass. ave. b. 94 

Franklin 
" George R. supt. of parks, h. 232 

Allston 
" James, laborer, h. 6 Hunting 
" James H. clerk, b. 14 Third 
" James L. carpenter, h. 3 Erie 
" John, h. 95 Moore 

COOK JOHN M. carpenter and 
builder, 133a Pleasant. See p. 796 
" John T. driver patrol wagon, sta- 
tion 2, h. 7 Marvin pi. 
" Joseph E. coppersmith, h. 8 xioneer 
" Lewis, peddler, h. 462 Columbia 
" Lewis, Jr. peddler, b. 462 Columbia 
" Lewis J. cracker dealer, 27 Frank- 
lin, h. 327 Pearl 
" Louis, provisions, h. 462 Columbia 
" Maurice, motorman, b. 22 Eliot 
" Maurice J. foreman stone cutter, 

b. 679 Main 
" Michael, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 10 Bris- 
tol 
" Stanley H. at R. P. b. 267 Putnam 
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173 



Cook Thomas, teamster, li. 99 Moore 
" Thomas F. confectionery, 2167 

Washington, B. h. 46 Jay 
" Timothy, fruit, etc., h. 559 Mass. av. 
" William, waiter, h. 2 r. 208 Main 
" William Mrs. h. 71 Appleton 
" William A. electrician, B. b. 10 Sid- 
ney 
Cooke Lnarles E. builder, B. b. 298 

Brookline 
" E. Ward, dentist, 266 Cambridge, 

h. do. 
" Fred C. clerk, 169 Gore, h. at Boston 
" Henry A. Rev. h. 37 Dana 
" Johx/W. b. 103 Hammond 
" Lucy A. physician, 9 Forest, h. do. 
" L. Fred, supt. 169 Gore, h. at Boston 
' Martha E. widow of Rev. Theodore, 

h. 103 Hammond 
" Mary H. Mrs. h. 12 Ware 
" see Cook, also Koch 
Cookman Frederick, student, b. 123 

Hancock 
Coolbroth Edward N. carpenter, h. 19 

Walnut ct. 
" George L. switchman, W. E. St. Ry. 

b. 19 W T alnut ct. 
' I. Frank, plumber, 694 Mass. ave. b. 

19 Walnut ct. 

Cooledge Cyrus, public carriages, Kil- 
by, B. h. 30 Whitney ave. 
" Walter S. clerk, b. 30 Whitney ave. 
Cooley Albert L. h. 91 Magazine 
' George P. clerk, 70 Kilby, B. b. 91 
Magazine 
Coolidge Abbie D. h. Coolidge ave. 
Annie Bell, h. 48 Trowbridge 
Arthur A. clerk, 231 Pearl, b. Essex 
Arthur F. manager, Coolidge farm, 

Coolidge ave. b. do. 
Charles F. clerk, R. P. h. Arlington 
Daniel S. (Coolidge & Caswell), 136 

Franklin, h. 27 William 
George H. Jr. plumber, 694 Mass. 

ave. h. 10 Antrim 
James I. T. Rev. h. 31 Brewster 
John F. h. 9 Columbia 

Joseph A. teacher, High school, h. 

20 Martin 

Joseph G. Mrs. h. Coolidge ave. 
Mary, h. 154 Auburn 
; Walter S. clerk, 1316 Mass. ave. b. 
24 Whitney ave. 

pOOLIDGE & CASWELL. 

jV^y (Daniel S. Coolidge and George B. 

Caswell), Bay State Laundry, 136 

Franklin. See page 13 
Coombs Burton, laborer, b. 126 Gore 
" Edward S. foreman, U. P. h. 92 

Richdale ave. 



Coombs Edward S. Jr. pressman, U. P. 
b. 92 Richdale ave. 
" Freeman L. mach. apprentice, b. 15 

Sparks 
" Harry W T . lather, rms. 5 Wesley av. 
" Horace L. compositor, U. P. b. 1170 

Mass. ave. 
" Joseph, blacksmith, h. 625 Putnam 

ave. 
" J. Fannie, student, R. C. b. 16 Lin- 

naean 
" Nellie E. Mrs. h. 15 Sparks 
Coon James Mrs. h. 36 Garfield 
" Raymond S., R. R. clerk, B. h. 11 

Harris 
" Romer G. mason, h. 100 Magazine 
Cooney Bridget, widow of Patrick, h. 
53 Crescent 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 192 Bridge 
" Edward, plasterer, b. 61 Plympton 
" Edward J. cabinet maker, h. 2 

Plympton pi. 
" Edward J. spring maker, h.3 Hamp- 
shire pi. 
" Ellen, widow of Midhael, h. 122a 

Kinnaird 
" John J. printer, U. P. h. 17 Flagg 
" Matthew J. herdic, B. h. 39 Auburn 

pi. 
" Michael, fireman, C. W. W. station, 

h. 133 Garden 
" Michael, laborer, h. 96 Fifth 
" Peter, h. r. 22 Third 
" Thomas, gardener, 1445 Cambridge, 

h. at Somerville 
" Thomas F. at 169 Gore, b. 96 Fifth 
" Willard, cooper, b. 60 Cherry 
" William, laborer, h. 192 Bridge 
" William, Jr. laborer, b. 192 Bridge 
Cooper Anson B. butcher, h. 186 Gore 
" Charles A. engineer, B. h. 81 Pine 
" Charles H. bookbinder, h. 24 Ply- 
mouth 
" Charles H. clerk, P. O., B. h. 149 Au- 
burn 
" David, fireman, h. 70 Norfolk 
" Edward, b. 24 Plymouth 
" Elizabeth A. hair worker, B. h. 148 

River 
" George E. watchman, h. 86 School 
" George H. b. 24 Plymouth 
*' Henry M. compositor, h. 85 Winsor 
" John, laborer, h. 7 Hotel Grotto 
" John, teamster, 37 Harvey, b. do. 
" John J. printer, h. 20 Decatur 
" John Paul, cotton, B. h. 400 Broad- 
way 
" John T. cooper, h. 379 Norfolk 
" Margaret, widow of William, h. 24 

Plymouth 
" Mary J. widow of James W. h. 186 
Gore 






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Cooper Mary T. dressmaker, 379 Nor- 
folk, h. do. 

" Matthew, teamster, 37 Harvey,b.do. 

" Orville R. clerk, 161 Main (old No. 
81) h. at Boston 

" Susan A. h. 148 River 

" William G. boiler maker, b. 79 Tre- 
mont 

" William Theophilus, cooper, h. 9 
Marney 
Co-operative Union of America, James 

Rhodes, sec. 744 Mass. ave. 
Coot William E. bookbinder, b. 110 

Austin 
Coote Edward, compositor, h. 268 West- 
ern ave. 
Cooter William T„ coppersmith, 63 

Pitts, B. h. 12 Fifth 
Copeland Ann M. h. 123 Franklin 

" Anna L. widow of Charles S. h. 2217 
Mass. ave. 

" Arthur L. bookkeeper, B. h. 59 Har- 
ris 

" Charles H. salesman, h. 90 Norfolk 
Henry, horseshoer, h. 199 Cam- 
bridge 

" Horace J. carpenter, 148 Mt. Ver- 
non, B. h. 127 Elm 

" John C. motorman, h. 231 Prospect 

" Josephine G. Mrs. h. 102 Appleton 

" Maria B. widow, h. 90 Norfolk 

" Mary J. h. 123 Franklin 

" Minnie Mrs. h. 209 Harvard 

" Silas B. carpenter, h. 37 Rice 

" William R. b. 102 Appleton 
Copes Thomas, coachman, h. 119 Ham- 
ilton 
Copithorne Ann Mrs. timekeeper, 
Third, cor. Potter, h. 118 Fourth 

" Annie, widow of Frederick, h. 27 
Elm 

" Ellen, widow of Matthew, h. 40 
Union 

" Mary E. dressmaker, 295 Winsor, h. 
do. 

" Richard M. bookbinder, h. 152 Tre- 
mont 

" William, bookbinder, h. 295 Winsor 

" William H. draughtsman, b. 295 
Winsor 

Copland Henry B. mgr. U. S. Baking 
Co. Charlest'n, h. 2 Frost terrace 

Copp Frances, widow of John C. b. 139 
River 

" George I. student, M. I. T. b. 2 

Rockingham pi. 
" Joseph, building mover, b. 199 Clark 
Coppenrath Fred E. upholsterer, b. 6 

Second 
" Jacob, cabinet maker, h. 6 Second 



Copson William A. crackers, 29 Frank- 
lin, h. 12 Leonard ave. 
Corballis James F. boarding house, 194 
Vine 
" James J. upholsterer, b. 194 Vine 
Corbett Anastacia, widow of Daniel, h. 
12 Squire's ct. 
" Augustus O. furnace maker, h. 13 

Kirkland pi. 
" John, h. 175 Prospect 
" Mary C. Mrs. h. 278 Harvard 
" Michael, iron worker, 140 Portland 
" Michael F. laborer, B. & M. R. R. 

shop, h. 36 Second 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 41 Seventh 
" Walter G. lather, h. 130 Willow 
" William J. clerk, 450 Washington, 

B. b. 175 Prospect 
" William J., U. S. inspector, 168 
Gore, b. 12 Squire's ct. 
Corboy John, laborer, h.-5 Watson 
Corcoran Catherine A. widow of Will- 
iam, h. 11a Howard 
" Catherine M. dressmaker, 16 Wor- 
cester, h. do. 
" Charles, polisher, b. 82 Charles 
" Cornelius, teamster, h. r. 85 Bridge 
" Cornelius, Jr. laborer, b. r. 35 

Bridge 
" Daniel, h. 254 Franklin 
'' Daniel W. fireman, h. 159 Franklin 
" David F. undertaker, 89 Mt. Au- 
burn, h. 27 Dunster 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 803 Cambridge 
" Dennis, police sergeant, station 3, 

h. 118 Otis 
" Edward B. b. 389 Columbia 
" Francis, printer, b. 11a Howard 
" Frank, electrotype finisher, U. P. 

h. 19 Willard 
" George H. clerk, b. 11a Howard 
" Henry, clerk, B. b. 48 Grant 
" James, helper, b. 1172 Mass. ave. 
" James E. bartender, B. h. 389 Co- 
lumbia 
" James E. carpenter, h. 121 Pleasant 
" James F. printer, h. 21 Grant 
" Jeremiah, baker, 309 Main, h. 307 

do. 
" John, bookbinder, h. 259 Putnam 

ave. 
" John H. clerk, Registry of Deeds 

office, h. 61 Union 
" John H. laborer, h. 452 Broadway 
" John H. (J. H. Corcoran & Co.) dry 
goods, etc. 587 Mass. ave. h. 44 
Concord ave. 

CORCORAN J. H. & CO. (John 
H. Corcoran), dry goods, 587 Mass. 
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175 



Corcoran John J. laborer, h. 9 Cow- 

perthwaite 
44 John P. laborer, h. 57 Cedar 
44 J. Joseph, janitor, M. T. school, h. 

34 Ash 
44 Margaret, widow of John, h. 2 Ben- 
nett 
" Margaret E. clerk, 415 Mass. ave. b. 

2 Bennett 
41 Maria, widow of John, h. 16 Wor- 
cester 
44 Martha, grocer, 169 Franklin, rms. 

105 Elm 
41 Mary A. cashier, 587 Mass. ave. b. 

259 Putnam ave. 
" Matthew, clerk, 1414 Mass. ave. b. 

1172 do. 
44 Michael, boiler maker, h. 83 Winter 
44 Michael, foreman, pressroom, U. P. 

h. 44 Hudson 
44 Michael, hostler, h. 24 Pilgrim 
44 Patrick, asst. janitor, Court House, 

Third, h. 82 Charles 
44 Patrick, laborer, h. 2 Cedar sq. 
" Peter J. carpenter, b. 121 Pleasant 
44 Thomas Mrs. h. 1172 Mass. ave. 
44 Thomas L. pressman, R. P. b. 2 

Bennett 
" Timothy, police, station 1, h. 46 

Parker 
" Timothy, teamster, h. 254 Franklin 
" William, laborer, h. r. 254 Franklin 
44 William, laborer, b. 21 Grant 
44 William A. shipper, 741 Main, b. 11 

Howard 
44 William I. driver, 309 Main, b. 307 

do. 
" sec Cochran, also Cochrane 

Cordeiro Antonio J. h. 335 Charles 
" Frank, wood carver, h. 16 Vandine 

Cordwell James, laborer, h. 17 Brad- 
bury 
44 James, Jr. b. 17 Bradbury 
Corey Austin S. (Shaw & Corey), din- 
ing room, 554 Mass. ave. h. 68 
Green 
44 Marg-aret D. widow of William S. 

h. 165 Franklin 
44 Samuel J. h. 2322 Mass. ave. 
Corken William, painter, h. 38 State 
Corkery David F. car maker, h. 100 
Otis 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 15a Hayes 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 33 Blackstone 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 15 Winter 
" Dennis F. milkman,h. 20 Walnut ct. 
" Hanora, widow of Matthew, h. 5 
White st. pi. 

44 Jeremiah, bookbinder, h. 267 West- 
ern ave. 



Corkery Jeremiah, laborer, b.:;3 Black- 
stone 

" John, laborer, b. 33 Blackstone 

" John, milkman, h. 251 Franklin 

" John, teamster, b. 15a Hayes 

" John J. bookbinder, h. 358 Putnam 
ave. 

" John J. peddler, h. 418 Columbia 

" Margaret Mrs. h. 1 Burns ct. 

" Margaret, widow of Dennis, h. 33 
Blackstone 

" Marg-aret, widow of Maurice, h. 147 
Harvard 

" Mary M. widow of Michael, h. 316 
Webster ave. 

" Matthew, drain layer, h. 11 Walnut 
ct. 

"• Michael, laborer, h. 19 Lambert 

" Michael J. clerk, 1151 Cambridge, 
b. 316 Webster ave. 

" Timothy F. laborer, h. 209 Banks 
Corkum Albert, jeweler, b. 1175 Cam- 
bridge 

" George B. carpenter, h. 1175 Cam- 
bridge 
Corlin Carl A. slater, h. 90 W^ebster av. 

" Elida C. h. 90 Webster ave. 
Cormiac Patrick, at Am. Rub. Works, 

h. 20 Eighth 
Cormier Edward, silversmith, B. h. 49 
Clay 

" Thomas, carpenter, h. 107 Dudley 
Come William F. com. mer. 76 State, 

B. b. 38 Concord ave. 
Cornelius Lydia F. widow of Elias, h. 

28 Hawthorn 
Corner Charles H. harness maker, B. 
h. 23 Crescent ave. 

44 Frank B. clerk, b. 23 Crescent ave. 

" Wallace C. H. painter, b. 23 Cres- 
cent ave. 
Corning Henry A. clerk, B. h. 438 
Green 

" Jacob T. rubber cutter, h. 87 Wash- 
ington 
Cornish Henry C. w T aiter, h. 132 Elm 

44 Ralph F. watchman, B. h. 40 Jack- 
son 

44 Sarah Mrs. h. 240 Franklin 
Cornwell James, teamster, b. 181 Main 
Corr Frank, laborer, b. 4 Brookford 

" John, laborer, H. U. yard, h. 12 
Appian Way 

44 Mary, widow, h. 4 Brookford 

44 iviichael, laborer, b. 4 Brookford 

44 Thomas, laborer, b. 4 Brookford 

Correau Thomas, laborer, h. 124 Sher- 
man 

Correiro Antonio, carver, h. 231 
Charles 

Corria Joseph B. meat cutter, h. 104y 2 
Pearl 



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Corrie Thomas B. pressman, Boston 

Post, h. 946 Mass. ave. 
Corrigan Charles A. postal clerk, h. 
300 Prospect 
" John P. helper, 1402 Mass. ave. b. 

16 Grant 
" Mary, variety store, 991 Cambridge, 

h. do. 
" Thomas Mrs. h. 16 Grant 
Corriveau John, stone cutter, h. 547 
Main 
" Joseph, cigar maker, h. 46 Ports- 
mouth 
Corsey Timothy, laborer, b. 42 Murray 
Corson Forrest H. driver, 169 Gore, b. 
3 Sixth 
" Matilda M. widow of Charles H. 

boarding house, 756 Main 
" Walter C. piano tuner, b. 756 Main 
Cortage Edward, at 201 Bridge, h. 748 

Cambridge 
Cosgrove Annie, widow, h. 46 Locke 
Daniel J. letter carrier, 28 Brattle, 
" Frank G. collector, B. b. 18 Donnell 
" James E. laborer, h. 39 Putnam av. 
" James W. peddler, b. 120 Fourth 
" Jane, widow of Thomas, h. 20 Don- 
nell 
" John (Ross & Cosgrove), carpenter, 
River, cor. Western ave. rms. 
Temple 
" John, driver, b. 120 Fourth 
" John F. brass worker, b. 39 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Mary, widow of Andrew, h. 120 

Fourth 
" Peter, at 29 Franklin, b. 172 Hamp- 
shire 
" Robert J. painter, h. 132 Harvard 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 46 Locke 
" Thomas F. teamster, 18 Donnell, h. 

do. 
" Timothy C. teamster, 11 Tuttle, h. 
do. 
Cosmo Manuel J. laborer, h. 148 Third 
Cossette Philip, engineer, Parry Bros, 
h. 25 Clifton 
" Sophia, widow of Joseph, h. 152 
Rindge ave. 
Costa Frank J. hairdresser, 939 Cam- 
bridge, h. 244 Webster ave. 
" George, h. 64 Vine 
" John, hairdresser, h. 224 Vine 
" Joseph, cabinet maker, h. 131 Fifth 
" Joseph, h. 157 Charles 
" Joseph, hackman, h. Dailey alley 
" Joseph, sugar worker, h. 20 Spring 
" Manuel, barrels, h. 36 Spring 
" Manuel, laborer, h. 62 Vine 
" Manuel, laborer, b. 211 Vine 
" see Decosta 



Costella Isaac, mason, h. 7 Salem 
Costello Edward J. postal clerk, h. 14 
Warland 
" Francis, chemist, b. 229 Elm 
" John, driver, b. 7 Cowperthwaite 
" John, laborer, h. 229 Elm 
" John, laborer, b. 10 Montgomery 
" John, teamster, b. 212 Winsor 
" John, tinsmith, h. 312 Third 
" Martin, city laborer, h. 41 Baldwin 
" Mary, widow, h. r. 105 Kinnaird 
" Mary, widow of John J. h. 7 Cow- 
perthwaite 
" Mary, widow of Thomas, li. 252 

Franklin 
" Mary E. widow of Patrick, h. 18 

Cowperthwaite 
" Michael Mrs. h. 117 Gore 
" Michael W. at R. P. b. 7 Cowper- 
thwaite 
" Richard, herdic, B. h. SI Putnam 

ave. 
" Richard H. laborer, h. 18 Cowper- 
thwaite 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 45 River 
Costigan George M. elevator man, b. 

170 Gore 
Costin ^ rank, plumber, b. 23 Murdock 

" William, waiter, rms. 36 Howard 
Cote Albert, laborer, b. 2 Clay 
" Albert, laborer, b. 22 Clifton 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 10 Jackson 
" Fred, laborer, b. 22 Clifton 
" Joseph, laborer, b. 22 Clifton 
" Joseph, laborer, b. 10 Jackson 
" Julian, laborer, h. 22 Clifton 
" Louis, decorator, h. 10 Jackson 
" see Coutu 
Cott Dorcas M. h. 10 Green 

" Hamilton J. shipper, b. 10 Green 
Cotter Catherine, widow of Richard, h. 
11 Magnolia ave. 
" Edward, laborer, b. 7 East 
" Elizabeth M. h. 10 Oxford 
" Ellen, widow of Thomas, h. 29 

Cowperthwaite 
" Fannie, widow of Morris, h. 62 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Helena, widow of James, h. 27 Put- 
nam ave. 
" James, teamster, h. 4 Harvard pi. 
" John, h. 35 Baldwin 
" John, coachman, Walker, cor. Shep- 

ard, h. 7 Norton pi. 
" Margaret R. h. 35 Baldwin 
" Mary A. music teacher, 27 Putnam 

ave. b. do. 
" Michael, box maker, b. 22 Watson 
" Michael, h. 135 Cambridge 
" Patrick J. teamster, 284 Norfolk, 
h. 394 do. 



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Cotter Peter, gate tender, East st. R.R. 

crossing - , h. 7 East 
" Thomas, proof reader, B. b. 8 Par- 

nell 
Cotton Alex., R. R. gate tender, at 

Arlington, b. 37 Portland 
" Arthur N. student, b. 23 Clinton 
" Eloise A. widow of J. Warren, h. 

82 Franklin 
" H. Norman, stationery, 24 Milk, B. 

h. 23 Clinton 
" Irving" W. salesman, 24 Milk, B. h. 

7 Fayette 
" Mary E* h. 27 Shepard 
" Sarah, b. 28 Fairmont ave. 
" Stella L. teacher, Morse school, b. 

82 Franklin 
Couch John, foreman, 245 Broadway, 

h. 247 Prospect 
" Joseph D. physician, 7 Norfolk, h. 

do. 
Coughlan Catherine, widow of Patrick, 

h. 6 Marion 
" John, laborer, h. 20 Locust 
" John, laborer, h. 2572 Mass. ave. 
" Michael, b. 6 Marion 
" see Coughlin 
Coughlin Catherine, widow of Dennis, 

h. 9 Hayes 
" Daniel, at North's, b. 145 Willow 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 16 Marion 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 273 % Portland 
" David, peddler, h. r. 136 Bridge 
" David F. city teamster, h. 53 Tre- 

mont 
" David L. clerk, b. 133 Elm 
" David W. sawyer, h. 133 Elm 
" Dennis, furniture mover, Third, cor. 

Cambridge, h. 22 Fourth 
" Ellen, widow of Richard, h. r. 128 

Bridge 
" Francis J. police, station 3, h. 3 

Marney 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 483 Cambridge 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 16 East 
" John, at Am. Rub. Works, b. 6 

Marion 
" John, at 169 Gore, h. 10 Mullens d. 
" John, city laborer, h. 145 Willow 
" John, laborer, b. 99 Moore 
" John, laborer, b. 18 Third 
" John, b. 27% Gore 
" John, h. 81 Porter 
" John J. porter, 31 Batterymarch, B. 

h. 313 Elm 
' John T. brush maker, b. rear 59 

Hampshire 
" Julia, widow of Patrick, h. 2494 

Mass. ave. 

" Kate, widow of Timothy, h. 36 
Berkshire 



CougMin Margaret Mrs. grocer, 13 
Plymouth, h. 11% do. 
" Mary Mrs. cook, h. 107 Amory 
" Mary, widow, h. 32 Webster aye. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 258 Bridge 
" Michael, laborer, h. 87 Brookline 
" Patrick, Am. Rub. Co. b. 6 Marion 
" Patrick, freight handler, b. 27% 

Gore 
" Richard E. asst. foreman, boot 
room, Am. Rub. Co. h. 154 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Robert, laborer, b. 94 Winter 
" Thomas, clerk, 1385 Cambridge, b. 

205 Hampshire 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 4 Oowper- 

thwaite 
" Timothy, tailor, h. 122 Putnam ave. 
" William, cutter, Am. Rub. Co. b. 36 

Berkshire 
" William, laborer, h. 11% Plymouth 
" William A. bicycle repairer, b. r. 

59 Hampshire 
" William G. wood carver, h. r. 59 
Hampshire 

" , h. 424 Columbia 

Couillard Clarence, clerk, B. h. 31 Bald- 
win 
" Mary A. Mrs. h. 31 Baldwin 
Coulter Augustus, helper, b. 70 Norfolk 
" Catharine, widow of William, h. 539 

Main 
" Daniel, iron worker, b. 539 Main 
" Ellen, widow of Andrew, h. 4 Davis 
" Frank J. teamster, h. 30 Berkshire 
" Henry W. iron worker, b. 539 Main 
" James, teamster, b. 223 Norfolk 
" James E. moulder, h. 46 Clark 
" John, police, station 2, h. 223 Nor- 
folk 
" John A. plumber, b. 223 Norfolk 
" William, painter, b. 4 Davis 
Counihan Daniel F. policeman, h. 
Thorndike 
" Edward A. clerk, mayor's office, 
City Hall, h. 245 Charles 
County Commissioners ' office, Court 
House, Third 
" Engineers' office, Court House, 

Third 
" Sheriff's office, Court House, Third 
" Treasurer's office. Court House, 
Third 
Courtney Anna T. book folder, h. r. 

1008 Cambridge 
" Charles, laborer, b. 9 White st. pi. 
" Daniel, laborer, rms. 115 Fifth 
" Dauiel J. iron worker, h. 331 Vine 
" David, machinist, B. b. 331 Vine 
" Dennis F. at B. B. W. h. 231 Charles 



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Courtney Edward, coachman, b. 5 
White st. pi. 
" James, engineer, h. 6 Cambridge 
" Thomas, city laborer, h. 331 Vine 
" Thomas F. marble cutter, B. h. r. 

1008 Cambridge 
" William J. brush maker, 122 Har- 
vard, h. 462 Cambridge 

" , laborer, h. 4 East 

Cousin James, wine clerk, B. rms. 295 

Broadway 
Cousineau Hormisdas, carpenter, h. 18 

Jackson 
Cousins William H. carpenter, h. 72 

School 
Coutu Charles, carpenter, h. 107 Dudley 
" Manuel, barber, 989 Cambridge, b. 

Second 
" Simeon, brickmaker, h. 23 Donnell 
Couture Joseph, brickmaker, h. 8 Clif- 
ton 
Cove Arthur, carpenter, h. 84 River 
" Richard B. carpenter, h. 84 River 
Covell Arthur J. student, H. U. h. 1576 
Cambridge 
" Otis W. calenderer, h. 12% Grant 
Coveney Catherine, widow of Jere- 
miah, h. 201 Cambridge 
" Edward J. wool sorter, h. 134 Fifth 
" Hannah Mrs. dressmaker and bread 

store, 10 Winter, h. do. 
" Hannah L. widow of William, con- 
fectionery, etc. 113% Pleasant, 
h. do. 
" Jeremiah, watchman, B. & M. R. R. 

h. 184 Bridge 
" Jeremiah W. postmaster, B. h. 310 

Ha rvard 
" John, laborer, h. 8 Winter 
" John A. switchman, B. & M. R. R. 

h. 4 Linehan ct. 
" John W. undertaker, 507 Cambridge, 

h. 140 Otis 
" Michael, fireman, B. h. 149 Bridge 
"Philip J. electrician, b. 6 Gore 
" William C. clerk, B. b. 310 Harvard 
" William J. teamster, 221 Bridge, h. 
76 Winter 
Coven y Annie F. teacher of music, b. 

68 Spring 
; " Jeremiah J. carriage maker, h. 68 
Spring 
" John, b. 68 Spring 

COVENY WILLIAM J. uphol- 
sterer, 1100 Mass. ave.b.68 Spring. 
See pa^e 824 
Cowan Agnes T. widow of Bernard, h. 
16 Market 
" Dennis, h. 88 Dudley 
" Grace L. teacher, Willard school, b. 
201 Columbia 



Cowan Robert J. public carriages, B. 

h. 52 Western ave. 
Coward George, janitor, Claverlv Hall, 

h. do. 
" John E. porter, Thayer Hall, h. 5 

Hancock 
" Thomas J. asst. janitor, Claverly 

Hall, h. 12 Appian Way 
" William H. laborer, b. 52 Porter 
Cowdin Putnam F. janitor, b. 28 Hol- 

yoke 
Cowdrey Samuel, solicitor, B. h. 189 

Hamilton 
Cowen Hugh, wire worker, b. 38 Lopez 
" Robert, supt. 29 Hampshire, h. 34 

Channing 
Cowes Samuel F. medical director, U. 

S. N. rms. 104 Mt. Auburn 
Cowhig Edward, laborer, h. 136 Bridge 
Cox Alexander, motorman, h. 19 Gush- 
ing ct. 
" Ann, widow of Christopher J^ h. 34 

]S 7 orth 
" Annie, housekeeper, 316 Columbia 
" Austin G. granite cutter, rms. 125 

Mt. Auburn 
" Charles A. painter, 397 Putnam ave. 

h. do. 
" Charles H. clerk, 2 Central sq. b. 

397 Putnam ave. 
" Charles P. pattern maker, h. 51 

Prince 
" Charles P. Jr. shipper, b. 34 Magee 
" Elizabeth Mrs. teaming, 3 Potter, 

h. do. 
" Francis A. h. 186 Green 
" Frank, plasterer, h. r. 418 Columbia 
" Fred E. oookkeeper, h. 32 Magazine 
" George, hose maker, b. 139 Cherry 
" George, printer, 622 Mass. ave. h. 

120 Green 
" George Howland, 2 Central sq. h. 

325 Harvard 
" George H. (Caldwell & Cox), paint- 
er, Whitney ct. h. 22 Magazine 
" Ida A. h. 316 Columbia 
" Irving E. clerk, B. b. 51 Prince 
" James Mrs. h. 2 Butler ct. 

COX JAMES, publisher, Cambridge 
Press, 622 Mass. ave. house 114 
Prospect. See page 861 
" James A. special police, b. 19 Cush- 

ing ct. 
' James E. machinist, h. 8 Hotel Har- 
rison 
" James H. peddler, b. 316 Columbia 

" James H. printer, 622 Mass. ave. h. 
369 do. 

". James T. moulder, b. 97 Pearl 

" John A. gardener, b. 60 Holworthy 



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Cox Jolm C. compositor, 622 Mass. ave. 
h. 70 Magee 
" John H. teamster, b. 3 Porter 
" Joseph F. laborer, b. r. 418 Colum- 
bia 
" Maria J. widow of Albert, h. 32 

Magazine 
" Mary, dressmaker, S Grant, h. do. 
', Mary G. compositor, B. b. 120 Green 
" Owen, laborer, h. 8 Grant 
" Phoebe, widow of Patrick H. h. 262 

* Norfolk 
" Eichard, laborer, b. 70 Murray 
" Richard J. glass blower, b. 34 North 
" Robert A. machinist, b. 120 Green 
" Sadie F. bookkeeper, 622 Mass. ave. 

b. 120 Green 
" Thomas H. laborer, h. 104 Dudley 
" William, candy maker, h. 139 Bridge 
" William, h. 60 Holworthy 
" William A. dentist's asst. B. b. 104 
Dudley 
Coxon John, potter, A. H. Hews & Co. 
b. 200 Sherman 
" William C. potter, b. 56 Walden 
Coy Florence J. compositor, b. 9 
Springfield 
" Fred, clerk, 669 Mass. ave. b. 2 

Clinton 
" George H. engineer, rms. 17 South 
Coyle James, teamster, h. 819 Cam- 
bridge 
' John, teamster, b. 136 Banks 
" John A. teamster, h. 153 Norfolk 
" Terrence, laborer, h. 85 Bolton 
Timothy, grocer, 111 Cushing, h. 
109 do. 
" William W. wire worker, b. 22 
Green 
Coyne Catherine Mrs. janitress, Wy- 

man school, h. 15 Reed 
" Cornelia Elizabeth Mrs. h. 31 Maple 

ave. 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 12 Suffolk 
" John, laborer, h. 15 Reed 
" John J. soap maker, b. 12 Suffolk 
" John W. h. Mt. Auburn, n. cemetery 
" Martin D. blacksmith, h. 161 Put- 
nam ave. 

" Michael J. teamster, h. 12 Suffolk 
Patrick J. boiler makers' helper, 
h. 4 Jackson 

" Patrick J. machinist, h. 69 Hol- 
worthy 

" Philip, laborer, b. 12 Suffolk 

" William, tinsmith, h. 24 Oak 

Crabbie Annie, widow of Miller, h. 23 
Elm 

Cradiel Charles, foreman, Am. Rub. 
Co.. b. 183 Harvard 



Craft John H. carpenter, h. 154 Frank- 
lin 

" Judson, printer, h. 76 Magazine 
Crafts Charles Wan. clerk, 187 Webster 
ave. b. 25 State 

" Mary E. widow of George W. h. r. 
112 Magazine 

" , b. 1603- Cambridge 

Cragan George J. carpenter, h. 1 New- 
man 
Cragin George E. clerk, b. 2 Gore pi. 

" Maria E. widow of John, h. 2 Gore 
place 
Craig Arthur H. clerk, B. b. 22 Maga- 
zine 

" Carrie M. Mrs. comparer, Registry 
Deeds office, Otis, h. 22 Magazine 

" David, laborer, h. 31 Reed 

" Edwin R. clerk at Watertown, h. 
180 Lake View ave. 

" Esther, widow of Charles, h. 172 
Hampshire 

" George W. motorman, h. 20 Lake 

" Harry, driver, b. 55 Spring 

" Henry A. machinist, rms. 56 Colum- 
bia 

" George H. gardener, h. 185 Hamp- 
shire 

" Isabella, widow of Robert, h. 68 
Holworthy 

" Robert, diary maker, h. 259 Brook- 
line 

" Thomas A. horses, 68 Holworthy, 
b. do. 

" Walter, driver, h. 94 Fifth 

" William, laborer, h. 140 Cambridge 

" William G. antique furniture, 7 
Brattle, h. at Belmont 

" William J. printer's pressman, B. b. 
68 Holworthy 

" William L. engineer, h. 19 Ports- 
mouth 
Cram Anna B. widow of Frank W T . h. 
179 Prospect 

" Charles N. foreman, 113 Broadway, 
h. 16 Pleasant pi. 

" Ernest, at Observatory, b. 16 Pleas- 
ant pi. 

" Frank W. clerk, Bursar's office, H. 
U. b. 179 Prospect 

" George A. paper hanger, B. h. 6 Sid- 
ney 

" George W. recorder, H. U. office 5 
Univ. bldg. rms. 7 Weld Hall 

" Henry B. treas. 620 Atlantic ave. 
rm. F., B. h. 120 Avon Hill 

" Lucius, real estate, b. 1980 Mass. 

ave. 
" Sarah H. widow of George W. h. 

179 Prospect 



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CAMBRIDGE [ Q] DIRECTORY 



Cram William C. harness cleaner, h. 

253 Main 
Cramont David, clerk, B. b. J. Le- 

favre, Porter rd. 
Crandall Elroy D. laundry, 754 Main, 

h. do. 
" J. Lyman, feeder, J. S. Hilliard, h. 
25 Fifth 
Crane Cephas B. Rev. h. 360 Harvard 
" Edward F. rubber boot maker, h. 

r. 36 'Harvard 
" Eliza C. widow of Luther, h. 55 

Pine 
" Fred, mason, b. 189 Winsor 
" Herbert L. machinist, b. 55 Pine 
" Russell D. student, H. U. b. 360 

Harvard 
" Sarah M. widow of Theodore, h. 56 

Trowbridge 
" Warren, engineer, H. C. h. 61 Otis 
" William, mason, h. 115 Kinnaird 
Crangle Annie Mrs. b. 475 Winsor 
Cranston John S. manager, 8 Ex- 
change pi. B. h. 19 Bellevue ave. 
Crapo Andre, brick maker, h. 117 

Rindge ave. 
Crauser Alfred, laborer, h. 340d 

Green 
Craven Michael, laborer, h. r. 206 

Brookline 
Crawford Alexander, h. 20 Clinton 
" Allyn, bookbinder, h. 4 Hotel Dor- 
chester 
" Anthony, laborer, b. 9 Baldwin ct. 
" Arthur J. watchman, b. 808 Main 
" Charles, bookbinder, h. 193 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" Daniel, carpenter, h. 11 Farwell pi. 
" George A. h. Baldwin st. ct. 
" George C. clerk, 52 Elm, B. h. 214 

Allston 
" John, h. 9 Baldwin st. ct. 
" John, plumber, 41 Howard, B. h. 

214 Allston 
" John A. milkman, 31 Essex, h. do. 
" John J. bricklayer, B. h. 20 Wood- 
bridge 
" John W. carver, Memorial Hall, b. 

9 Baldwin ct. 
" LeBaron D. carpenter, h. 159 Win- 
sor 
" Lemuel T. carver, Memorial Hall, 

b. 9 Baldwin ct. 
" Mary Mrs. h. 290 Prospect 
" M. Louise, stenographer, B. b. 20 

Clinton 
" William, driver, 31 Essex, b. do. 
Crawley James W. Mrs. h. 494 Mass. 
ave, suite 2 
" Thomas W. Rev. h. 35 Erie 
Cream Peter F. citv laborer, h. 171 
Kim 



Creamer John, tinsmith, b. 293 Main 
" Lorenzo, conductor, h. 17 Magnolia 
ave. 
Crean Peter F. city laborer, h. 171 Elm 
Cree George, box tier, 284 Norfolk, b. 

171 Elm 
Creed Charles, laborer, rms. 13 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Charles H. salesman, 87 Court, B. h. 

63 Plymouth 
" Joseph, foundryman, b. 63 Broad- 
way 
Creedan John J. hack driver, 757 Cam- 
bridge, h. 16 Seventh 
Creeden James, teamster, 757 Cam- 
bridge, h. 165 Otis 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 20 Warren 
Creeley James, laborer, b. 11 Seckle 
Creelman George W. b. 220 Prospect 
" Gilmore B. clerk, 159 Hampshire, b. 

220 Prospect 
" John, carpenter, b. 439 Cambridge 
" John D. carpenter, h. 220 Prospect 
" Oliver E. buyer, 65 Bedford, B. h. 

28 Whitney ave. 
" Rachael B. Mrs. boarding house, 220 

Prospect 
" William, book binder, h. 161 Chest- 
nut 
Crehan Timothy, watchman, b. 141 

Fifth 

Creighton Frank, saw filer, 8 Central 

sq. pi. h. 16 Cottage 

" John, carpenter, h. 50 Hubbard ave. 

" John J. clerk, B. b. 50 Hubbard av. 

" Marv A. widow of Thomas, h. 140 

Fifth 
" Patrick, soap maker, 204 Broadway, 

h. 4 Hampshire pi. 
" William A. bookkeeper, B. b. 50 
Hubbard ave. 
Cremens Daniel J. provisions, 636 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1 Ninth 
Cressey Henry C. porter, h. 23 Webster 

ave. 
Crilly Patrick, laborer, h. 87 Sixth 
Crimens Wiliam J. laborer, h. 46 Lin- 
Crimmin Daniel, laborer, h. 17 War- 
coin 
ren 
" Daniel, teamster, h. 155 Spring 
" Patrick, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 10 Hun- 
ting 
Crimmins Dennis, rubber worker, h. 
25 Berkshire 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 21 Marion 
" John, packer, Am. Rub. Co. h. 213- 

Vine 
" John M. iron melter, h. 43 Ninth 
" Timothy, lineman, h. 15 Warren 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY 



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it 



Crimson Printing Co. 3 Linden 

" Spa (George H. Murray), restaur- 
ant, 26 Central sq. 
Cripps William, teamster, 13 Broadway 

h. 58 do. 
Critchelow Melissa, widow of Jackson, 

h. 3 Dickinson 
Croak Alice J. widow of James, h. 69 
Howard 
James E. plumber, b. 69 Howard 
John, laborer, b. 217 Vine 

' Lawrence, laborer, h. 645 Cam- 
bridge 

" Michael, stone cutter, h. 217 Vine 

" Patrick, laborer, b. 33 Auburn pi. 
Crocker Charles W. architect, b. 572 j 
Putnam ave. 

" Frank E. printer, b. 3 Fayette 

" George W. proof reader, B. h. 3 
Fayette 

" G. Irving, shipper, 97 Summer, B. 
h. 192 Auburn 

" John A. salesman, B. b. 29 Lee 

" John C. die maker, h. 29 Lee 

" John F. produce, 77 So. Market, B. 
h. 32 Lee 

" John M. physician, 321 Broadway, 
h. do. 

" John S. machin't, 179 Broadway, h. 
78 Bristol 

" John W. plasterer, 15 Prospect, h. 
2 William 

" L. S. J. express, h. 115 Third 

" Nehemiah D. painter, h. 572 Put- 
nam ave. 

" Philander R. (Crocker & Sherman), 
h. 15 Summer 

" Sarah C. widow of William G. h. r. 
142 Spring 

" Sarah S. widow of George, h. 192 
Auburn 

" Wildred A. bookkeeper, 151 Milk, 
B. b. 572 Putnam ave. 

" William D. clerk, 633 Mass. ave. b. 
29 Lee 

" Winifred S. widow of Charles, h. 78 
Bristol 

" <£ Sherman (Philander R. Crocker 
and Alton C. Sherman), apothe- 
caries, 4 Inman sq. 
Crockett Albert W. tutor, b. 95 Austin 
Charles E. conductor, h. 438 Green 
Edwin, car conductor, rms. 1 Mifflin 
pi. 

" James W. teamster, h. 251 Western 

ave. 
" Leroy C. teamster, 495 Main, h. 1597 

Cambridge 
" Robert, harness cleaner, h. Hotel 

Lee 



<< 



Croley Herbert D. h. 13% Hilliard 
Crombie Ann, widow of John, h. 20 
Surrey 
" Joseph W. compositor, b. 20 Surrey 
Crompton Isaac L. blacksmith, b. 100 

Austin 
Cromwell Joseph, laborer, h. 32 Brew- 
ery 
Cronan Cornelius, laborer, b. 42 Mur- 
ray 
" J. Frank, salesman, 400 Washing- 
ton, B. rms. 320 Broadway 
" John, machinist, h. 320 Broadway 
" Mary A. widow of Michael, h. 156 

Putnam ave. 
" William H. b. 320 Broadway 
Cronin Catherine, widow of Daniel, h. 
1 Lechmere pi. 
" Catherine T. and Annie L. h. 3 

Baldwin st. ct. 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 45 Reed 
" Daniel, solar printer, B. b. 3 Bald- 
win st. ct. 
" Daniel, stone mason, b. 133 Amory 
" Daniel J. at Am. R. Co. h. 10 Ply- 
mouth 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 145 Norfolk 
" Dennis C. gardener, b. 3 Baldwin 

st. ct. 
" Eliza, widow of James, h. 162 Fifth 
" Frank, steam fitter, b. 35 Brookline, 

suite 12 
" Harry, driver, b. 441 Winsor 
" James, freight handler, b. 162 Fifth 
" James, h. 249c Franklin 
" Jeremiah, hose maker, h. 141 Fifth 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 31 Willard 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 254 Franklin 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. r. 418 Colum- 
bia 
" John, h. 2494 Mass. ave. 
" John, currier, h. 3 Baldwin st. ct. 
" John, gardener, h. 11 Fallon pi. 
" John, helper, b. 199 Mt. Auburn 
" John, hose maker, h. r. 103 Spring 
" John, laborer, h. 7 Leighton ct. 
" John, laborer, h. r. 21 Lambert 
" John J. clerk, b. 3 Baldwin st. ct. 
" John M. laborer, h. 9 Walnut ct. 
" Mary, widow of Dennis, h. 31 Wil- 
lard 
" Mary T. Mrs. h. 9 Burns ct. 
" Michael, cracker baker, h. 45 Hard- 
ing 
" Michael, laborer, b. 162 Fifth 
" Nellie, grocer, 2494 Mass. ave. h. do. 
" Patrick, grocer, 146 Fifth, h. 263 

Vine 
" Patrick, janitor, Gannett school, h. 
36 Jefferson 



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Cronin Patrick, stone mason, h.47 Gore 
" Patrick, teamster, h. 36 Ellery 
" Patrick, teamster, h. 63 School 
V Patrick J. brush maker, h. 36 Jef- 
ferson 
" Richard J. clerk, B. b. 310 Broadway 
" Timothy, waiter, h. 145 Norfolk 
" see Cronan 
Cronk Milford, at 169 Gore, rms. 59 

Plymouth 
Crook Albert H. confectioner, 741 

Main, rms. 282 Mass. ave. 
" Arthur B. engineer, B. & A. R. R. 

h. 24 Tufts 
" George F. Mrs. h. 58 Dana 
" Gertrude H. teacher, High school. 

h. 58 Dana 
" Robert, confectioner, h. 9 Salem 
Crosbie Jessie S. Mrs. b. 57 Walker 
Crosby Arthur R. merchant tailor, 348 

Washington, B. h. 44a Concord 

ave. 
" Austin R. salesman, h. 281 Pearl 
" Charles, janitor, 367 Harvard, h. do. 
" Cyrenus, rms. 189 Winsor 
" Jacob, laborer, h. 227 Vine 
" Joseph T. painter, h. 64 Walker 
" Margaret Mrs. h. 28 River 
" Patrick, pressman, 1284 Mass. ave. 

b. 241 Franklin 

CROSBY SYLVESTER S. 
watchmaker, 43 West, B. house 21 
Sacramento. See page 21 

" Thomas Iv. helper, h. 18 Eighth 
Cross Charles O. salesman, B. h. 82 

Winsor 
" Eliza M. widow of Joseph, h. 63 

Pleasant 
" George P. action maker, h. Ill 

Washington 
" Hiram C. h. 191 Sherman 
" Isabella K. h. 400 Broadway 
" Nora A. bookkeeper, B. h. 135 An- 
trim 
" Thomas H. waiter, b. 169 Putnam 

ave. 
Crossan Harry, hostler, 565 Mass. ave. 

b. 52% Kinnaird 
Crossberg Hilma C. dressmaker. Ill 

Cherry, h. do. 

Crossman Charles T. provisions, h. 87 

Plymouth 
" Fred A. mechanical engineer, h. 20 
Forest 

" Frederick D. polisher, h. 208 Har- 
vard 

" George E. printer, rms. 1 Allston ct. 
- "John A. blacksmith, h. Torrington 
pi. 



Croston Joseph B. furniture mover, h. 

8 Carlisle 
Croswell Grace S. Mrs. h. 65 Frost 
" Simon G. lawyer, 53 State st. B. h. 
19 Ash 
Crothers Charles E. provisions, 520 
Cambridge, h. 17 Fifth 
" Samuel M. Rev. pastor First Parish 

church, h. 6 Everett 
" William J. clerk, 520 Cambridge, h. 
130 Thorndike 
Crotty Mary, widow, h. r. 162 Sherman 
" Matthew, laborer, b. r. 162 Sher- 
man 
" Philip, laborer, h. 32 Ninth 
Croncher James C. sugar worker, h. 

75 Thorndike 
Crouse Amsley B. clerk, b. 35 Brook- 
line, suite 11 
" Kenneth, 2d, driver, 760 Mass. ave. 

rrns. do. 
" Steadman P. grocer, 218 Western 

ave. b. 35 Brookline, suite 11 
" Wilson, hostler, h. 62 Walden 
Crowdis Charles D. carpenter, h. 109 

Museum 
Crowe Charles, carpenter, b. 218 Brat- 
tle 
" Charles B. expressman, h. 2 Norfolk 

pi. 
" Charles H. carpenter, h. 16 Jay 
" Henrv, motorman, rms. 37 Auburn 

PL 

" Leander, blacksmith, 446 Main, h. 

30 Union 

" Susan, widow of Joseph, h. 1 Aus- 
tin pi. 

" Thomas, motorman, Baldwin st 
stable, h. at Somerville 
Crowell Albert, carpenter, b. 20 Cres- 
cent 

" Charles F. engineer, 136 Franklin, 
h. 228 Western ave. 

" Curtis R. (E. M. Jenninson & Co.) 
provisions, 80 and 82 Pleasant, h. 
at S. Boston 

" David, laborer, h. 8 Fourth 

" Everett, painter, rms. 20 Crescent 

" E. L. Mrs. clerk, 575 Mass. ave. h. 
150 Columbia 

" George E. foreman, 253 Norfolk, h. 
at Roxbury 

" Maria L. widow of Arthur K. h. 45 
River 

" Patrick, laborer, b. 1S9 Rindge ave. 

" Timothy, lumber, 144 State, B. h. 
88 Prospect 

" William, carpenter, b. 30 River 

" William H. machinist. 111 Putnam 
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183 



Crowley Ambrose, adv. agent, 573 
Mass. are. h. 23 Putnam ave. 
" Andrew, at 169 Gore, h. 1 Harding 
" Annie, widow of Florence, h. 25 

Gore 
11 Arthur S. at H. U. library, b. at 

Arlington 
" Augustus B. clerk, 22 Boylston, b. 

2 South 
" Augustus F. at H. U. library, b. at 

Arlington 
" Bessie I. bookkeeper, Richdale are. 

stable, b. 83 Pemberton 
" Catherine, widow of Patrick .1. h. r. 

81 Boylston 
" Charles F. hatter, h. 155% Harvard 
" Charles H. silver plater, b. 155% 

Harvard 
4 Cornelius, laborer, b. 197 Portland 
" Cornelius J. at S. O. Co. h. 139 Otis 

Daniel, laborer, h. 89 Cambridge 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 213 Vine 
u Daniel, stonecutter, b. 70 Rice 
" Daniel Mrs. h. 89 Cambridge 
" Daniel J. laborer, b. 4 Water 
" David, laborer, b. 103 Cambridge 
" David, teamster, h. 67 Moore 
" David J. electrotyper, h. 45% Mt. 

Auburn 
" Dennis J. printer, U. P. h. 2 South 
' I). .Ambrose, h. 2:; Putnam ave. 
" Edward F. clerk, Dane Hall, b. 2 

South 
" Eliza, widow of David, h. 12 Short 
" Ellen, widow of John H. h. 131 Otis 
" Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. 162 

Franklin 
" Florence A. teamster, h. 291 Vine 
" Hannah, widow of Dennis, h. 4 

Water 
! " Henry J. varnisher, b. 131 Otis 
" James, laborer, b. 139 Otis 
" James, teamster, b. 357 Huron ave. 
" James P. tinsmith, b. 67 Moore 
" J ere, hostler, 35 Church, h. 241 Vine 
" Jeremiah, cellar foreman, 169 Gore, 

h. 74 Spring 
" Jeremiah, coachman, b. 109 Fourth 
" Jeremiah, galvanizer, b. 162 Frank- 
lin 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 25 Gore 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 10 Parnell 
j" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 4 Water 
" Jeremiah, shoemaker, h. 235 Frank- 
lin 
" Jeremiah J. laborer, B. b. 70 Rice 
' Joanna, h. 229 Broadway 
" John, laborer, b. 197 Portland 
r John, laborer, b. 25 Gore 
'John, teamster, h. 158 Webster ave. 



Crowley Jolin D. drug elk. b. 74 Spring 

" John J. laborer, b. 70 Rice 
' Margaret, widow of Michael, h. 15R 
Franklin 

" Margaret J. widow of Jeremiah, h. 
70 Rice 

" Mary Mrs. variety store, 109 
Fourth, h. 241 Vine 

" Michael, laborer, h. 1 Binney 

" Mary A. widow of Daniel, h. 24 Ply- 
mouth 

" Michael, rubber boot maker, h. r. 
4 Pioneer 

" Michael, wheelwright, h. 54 Fair- 
mont 

" Michael J. engineer, h. 34 Somerset 

" Patrick, tinsmith, b. 162 Franklin 

" Patrick Mrs. h. 13 Remington 

CROWLEY PATRICK, pro- 
visions, 56 Webster ave. h. 58 do. 
See page 816 
" Patrick J. machinist, h. 136 Amorv 
" Timothy, at 34 Gore, b. 27 do. 
" Timothy, coal and wood, 34 Gore, h. 

27 do. " 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 197 Portland 

" , widow, h. 24 Plymouth 

Crov Baselio, candy maker, h. 2 Union 

pi. 
Crozier Christopher J. painter, 730 
Mass. ave. h. 13 Howard 
" Edwin A. painter, and grocer, 18 

School, h. do. 
" Robert, carpenter, h. 792 Main 
Crudup Alfred, laborer, h. 37 Brewery 
" Charles, grocer, 42 Hastings, h. 47 

do. 
" Edward A. waiter, h. 60 Hastings 
" James, laborer, h. 84 Harvard 
" John T. laborer, h. 74 Harvard 
Crnikshank Charles P. lead glazier, B.. 
b. 13 1 Webster ave. 
" George, iron roller, h. 134 Webster 

ave. 
" James, carpenter, b. 31 Winter 
" John J. clerk, b. 134 Webster ave. 
" Robert, printer, b. 31 Winter 
Crumb Percy E. laborer, h. 95 Pine 
Crutchelow Melissa, widow of Jack- 
son, h. 5 Dickinson 
Crystal Rock Pants Co. 418 Mass. ave^ 
Cuddie James A. blacksmith, h. 8 Erie 
Cuddy Bridget, widow of John, h. 347 
Columbia 
" Edward, at 145 Broadway, b. 347 

Columbia 
" George R. clerk, b. 347 Columbia 
" Thomas, driver, b. 347 Columbia 
" William, driver, b. 347 Columbia 



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Cuguzzo Felix, fruit, 1867 Mass. ave. h. 

at Somerville 
Culhan Ann, h. 17 Jefferson 
" Edward, foreman, 748 Main, h. 20 

Holworthy 
' John E. spring-bed maker, b. 20 
Holworthy 
Thomas F. iron worker, b. 20 Hol- 
worthy 
Culhane Ann, widow of Daniel, h. 46 
Flagg 
" Charles A. pressman, U. P. b. 49 

Flagg" 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 9 Foster pi. 
'" Daniel F. marble worker, b. 9 Fos- 
ter pi. 
'" Edward J. city teamster, b. 9 Fos- 
ter pi. 
'" James, city laborer, h. 23 Flagg 
"' James, contractor, h. 149 Putnam 

ave. 
" James, Jr. plumber, b. 23 Flagg 
" John T. contractor, h. 18 Flagg 
il Michael, city laborer, h. 225 Frank- 
lin 
■' Michael, police station 2, h. 49 Flagg 
*' Patrick, laborer, h. 11 Flagg 
" Patrick F. provisions, 225 Franklin, 

h. do. 
" Robert G. b. 18 Flagg 
" Thomas, tinsmith, b. 225 Franklin 
" William H. bookbinder, b. 11 Flagg 
"Lullane Mary Mrs. nurse, h. 257 Frank- 
lin 
Cullen James, fireman, h. 2 Eighth 
" John, laborer, h. 25 Seventh 
" John, laborer, h. 35 Cowperthwaite 
' John P. provisions, 113 Cambridge, 

B. h. 51 Plymouth 
" Martin, laborer, h. 201 Franklin 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 199 Franklin 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 9 Parnell 

" , wood carver, rms. 82 Auburn 

€ullinan Patrick, h. 10 Mullens ct, 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 24 Berkshire 
Cullity Patrick, mason, h. 40 Jefferson 
Culverwell Edith A. teacher, B. b. 1 
Ashburton pi. 
" Mary A. widow of Thomas, h. 1 

Ashburton pi. 
" William, boiler maker, h. 78 Allston 
Cumming George, baker, h. 27 Pine 
Cummings Annie B. Mrs. boarding 
house, 94 Prescott 
" Arthur, salesman, B. rms. 1916 

Mass. ave. 
" Arthur S. pianos, 158 Tremont, B. 

h. 9 Dana 
"" Charles F. foreman, 558 Mass. ave. 

h. 13 Glenwood ave. 
*' Charles H. printer, B. b. 294 Green 



Cummings Charles P. h. 8 Walnut ave. 
" Charles P. printer, R. P. h. 294 

Green 
" Charles T. teamster, h. 76 Dana 
" Dwight, machinist, b. 362 Putnam 

ave. 
" Edward, asst. prof. H. U. h. 104 

Irving 
" Ella R. clerk, 3 Hampshire, b. 112 

Antrim 
" Emery C. clerk, B. 826 Somerville 

ave. 
" Erastus J. hairdresser, 1967 Mass. 

ave. h. 18 Creighton 
" George H. driver, 6 Pearl, b. 33% 

Essex 
" George W. bookbinder, 7 Brattle, b. 

220 Winsor 
" Harriet L. Mrs. h. 175 Mt. Auburn 
" Harry R. elerk, 44 Prospect, h. at 

Somerville 
" Helen I. and Lillian W. h. 112 An- 
trim 
" Helen T. widow, h. 8 Miller ave. 
" James, laborer, b. 78 Auburn 
" James, messenger, 31 State, B. h. 

37 Crescent 
" James, teamster, h. 113 Hamilton 
" James T. cabinet maker, h. 8 Miller 

ave. 
" John, driver, 636 Mass. ave. b. 90 

Western ave. 
" John, foreman, Cambridge Water 

Works, h. 78 Auburn 
" John J. laborer, C, W. W. b. 78 Au- 
burn 
" John O. carpenter, b. 172 Auburn 
" Martin J. packer, b. 218 Broadway 
" Marv J. piano teacher, 8 Miller ave. 

b. do. 
" Melvina M. widow of Daniel P. h. 8 

Walnut ave. 
" Michael, carriage trimmer, h. 28 

Sands 
" Michael J. teamster, B. h. 235 

Hampshire 
" Per ley L. bookkeeper, 6 Pearl, b. 

33y 2 Essex 
" Peter, carpenter, h. 18 Cherry 
" Richard J. J. compositor, h. 296 

Green 
" Roscoe F. h. 94 Prescott 
" Theron J. intelligence office, 1 Cam- 
bridge, B. h. 64 Buckingham 
" Thomas, marble cutter, h. 2 Hub- 

Hubbard ave. 
" Thomas W. telegrapher, B. b. 

Hubbard ave. 
" Timothy, elevator man, h. 3 Con- 
Ions ct. 
" William, driver, 19 Bowdoin, b. do. 



CAMBRIDGE 



[G] 



DIRECTORY 



18-3 



Cummings William, driver, b. 37 Cres- 
cent 
Cummins Mary A. bookkeeper, 1245 

Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Cummiskey James, laborer, h. 38 Bris- 
tol 
" Joseph, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 38 Bris- 
tol 
" Maria Mrs. grocer, 40 Bristol, h. 38 

do. 
" Thomas, painter, h. 235 Elm 
Cunard Arthur N. clerk, 655 Mass. ave. 

h. at Somerville 
Cuiieo Antonio, confectionery, 1271 

Cambridge, h. at Boston 
Cunha George, furniture, h. 63 Vine 
I " Jesse, shipper, b. 37 Union 
" Manuel M. laborer, h. 37 Union 
" Matthew, hairdresser, h. 16 Van- 
dine 
Cunio Elsie, widow of John A. h. 16 
Pleasant 
" Rebecca L. Mrs. h. 16 Pleasant 
Cunniff Michael J. furniture, 2601 

Mass. ave. h. at Arlington 
Cunningham Amasa B. cabinet maker, 
h. 29 Tremont 
" Arthur B. motorman, rms. 5 South 
" Augustine, apothecary, 1369 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1529 do. 

CUNNINGHAM BROS. (John A. 
and Henry J.), insurance and real 
estate agents, 671 Mass. ave. See 
page 19 

" Catherine J. teacher, B. b. 31 Rice 
" Charles J. b. 31 Rice 
" Daniel, teamster, 15 River, b. Nor- 
folk 
" Daniel D. marble polisher, h. 17 

Winter 
" Daniel F. plumber, b. 151 Norfolk 
" Edward, horses, 78 Holworthy, h. 

do. 
" Ellen E. widow of James, h. 145 

Franklin 
" Eugene, plumber, 130 Inman, h. at 

Somerville 
" Frank, h. 89 Washington 
" Fred, clerk, B. b. 141 Hamilton 
" Fred L. h. 33 Washington ave. 
" George E. driver, 145 Mt. Auburn, 

b. do. 
" George S. fruit, 1213 Cambridge, h. 

19 Clary 
" Henry J. (Cunningham Bros.) h. 

847 Mass. ave. 
" Horace, plumber, b. 150 Spring 
" James, cooper, b. 720 Cambridge 
" James, wood turner, h. 25 State 
" James A. wood turner, b. 25 State 



Cunningham James F. carriage paint- 
er, h. 186 Raymond 
" Jeremiah, iron moulder, h. 69 Elm 
" Joanna, widow, h. r. 42 Murray 
" John, bricklayer, h. 37 Bristol 

John, h. 69 Elm 
" John A. (Cunningham Bros.) real 

estate, 671 Mass. ave. h. 788 do. 
" John F. upholsterer, 25 Brattle, b, 

end Willard ct. 
" Joseph, laborer, b. 269 Vine 
" Joseph H. physician, 783 Mass. ave. 

h. do. 
" Margaret, h. 720 Cambridge 
" Mary Mrs. variety store, 88 Fifth, 

h. do. 
" Mary V. teacher, B. b. 31 Rice 
" Michael J. laborer, h. 8 Watson 
" Moses, clerk, 16 Cambridge, h. 529 

do. 
" Owen, bricklayer, h. 141 Hamilton 
" Patrick, box maker, b. 151 Norfolk 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 226 Green 
" Patrick, teamster, h. 19 Park 
" Philip, laborer, h. 269 Vine 
" Robert, moulder, h. 183 Auburn 
" Sanford C. waiter, h. 53 Portland 
" Thomas, boiler maker, h. 275 Main 
" Thomas, helper, h. 181 Main 
" Thomas E. physician, 847 Mass. av. 

h. do. 
" William, laborer, b. 25 Blackstone 
" William, moulder, h. 181 Charles 
" William H. h. 31 Rice 
" William J. fireman, h. 6 Bristol 
" William J, supt. P. O. 28 Brattle, b. 

145 Franklin 
Cupples Victor W. trav. salesman, B. 

b. 424 Putnam ave. 
Curley Hugh, hatter, b. 125 Hastings 
" James B. h. 1259 Cambridge 
" John J. pressman, h. 202 River 
" Patrick, boiler maker, b. 2 Harvard 

pi. 
" Patrick J. boiler maker, h. 240 

Charles 
" Patrick J. teamster, 25 Donnell, h. 

do. 
" Winnifred, widow, h. 25 Donnell 

" , painter, b. 16 Blake 

Curran Bridget, widow of James A. h. 

301 Winsor 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 39 Hunting 
"• Cornelius, Jr. carpet layer, b. 39 

Hunting 
" Dennis, peddler, b. 38 Hunting 
" Florence P. peddler, b. 39 Hunting 
" James F. wireworker, b. 301 Winsor 
" Jeremiah F. naturalization agent, 

h. 1128 Cambridge 



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Curran John F. peddler, h. 125 Willow 
" John F. pressman, U. P. h. 48 Sac- 
ramento 
" John F. Jr. peddler, h. 125 Willow 
" John G. carpenter, b. 301 Winsor 
" John M. laborer, b. 39 Hunting 
i " Joseph M. sawyer, h. 15 Eighth 
" Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 8 

Fifth 
" Margaret M. widow of James H. h. 

14 South 
" Mary and Rose, h. 301 Winsor 
u Michael, candy maker, b. 143 

Bridge 
" Michael, laborer, b. 63 Boylston 
" Michael, peddler, h. 38 Hunting 
" Michael, Jr. peddler, b. 38 Hunting 
" Michael J. teamster, John T. 

Scully, h. 88 First 
" Peter, cooper, 930 Cambridge, h. 143 

Bridge 
" Timothy, calenderer, h. 8 Hamp- 
shire pi. 
*■? Timothy, peddler, b. 38 Hunting 
*' Timothy J. clerk, h. 13 Marney 
" William, boiler maker, h. 231 Vine 
" William, hat maker, h. 339 Winsor 
" William, laborer, h. 625 Putnam av. 
" William R. h. 14 Carlisle 
Currie Abram Y. carpenter and 
builder, 376 Harvard, h. do. 
" Elizabeth F. widow of John, h. 43 

Jay 
" Frank T. student, b. 376 Harvard 
" George B. clerk, 218 Western ave. b. 

35 Brookline, suite 12 
" Herbert D. dentist, 901 Mass. ave. 

h. do. 
" Hugh, carpenter, h. 137 Clark 
" Hugh, carpenter, b. 11 Plymouth 
" John C. sawyer, B. h. 384 Winsor 
" John Z. physician, 907 Mass. ave. h. 

do. 
" Lionel R. wood turner, h. 43 Jay 
" Thomas Mrs. h. 907 Mass. ave. 
" William, bolier maker, h. 181 Main, 
" see Curry 
Currier Adeline A. Mrs. h. 150 Pros- 
pect 
" Alice V. teacher, Corbett school 
" Arthur T. bookbinder, h. 217 Au- 
burn 
" George, casket maker, h. 72 Wen- 
dell 
" Harry A. clerk, 6 Central sq. h. 206 

Auburn 
" Harrv L. clerk, 1360 Mass. ave. rms. 

do. 
" Isabel V. widow of William E. h. 74 
Pearl 



Currier Maria W. Mrs. matron, 79 
Moore, h. do. 

" Sarah J. widow of Joseph H. h. 471 
Broadway 

" Willard A." bookkeeper, B. b. Ill 
Henry 
Curry Angus, roofer, b. 137 Clark 

" Benjamin M. salesman, B. h. 37 
Cherry 

" Edward, iceman, 169 Gore, h. 12 
Seventh 

" Frank, laborer, h. 20 Pioneer ave. 

" Hugh, clerk, P. O. 28 Brattle, h. SB 
Myrtle ave. 

" James, harness maker, 208 Main, 
h. Newman 

" James, laborer, b. 25 Sixth 

" John, blacksmith, b. 134 Willow 

" John, laborer, h. 25 Sixth 

" Patrick, at 169 Gore, h. r. 7 Eighth 

" Samuel S. teacher, 458 Boylston, B 
h. 18 Prescott 

" William, blacksmith, A. McDonald j 
& Son, h. 617 Mt. Auburn 

" see Currie 
Curtin Alice Mrs. h. 31 Murray 

" Arthur H. b. 104 Cushing 

" Daniel, clerk, b. 358 Broadway 

" Edward, teamster, h. 9 Second st. 
ct. 

" Edward. Jr. plumber's apprentice, 
b. 9 Second st. ct. 

" Honor a, widow of Patrick, h. 172 
Charles 

" James, laborer, h. 170 Gore 

" James, laborer, h. 26 East 

" James, teamster, b. 15 Sherman 

" John, at 169 Gore, h. 170 do. 

" John C. upholsterer, b. 71 Cushing 

" John D. bookbinder, B. b. 170 
Brookline 

" John F. laborer, Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, b. 104 Cushing 

" John H. salesman, F. H. market, B. 
h. 2 Van Norden 

"* Lawrence, teamster, b. end Lexing- 
ton 

" Mary, widow of Cornelius, h. 71 
Cushing 

" Mary, widow of James, h. 845 Cam- 
bridge 

" Patrick, foreman. Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, h. 104 Cushing 

" Patrick, laborer, b. 125 Gore 

" Patrick, machinist, h. 170 Brook- 
line 

" Patrick J. liquors, B. h. 341 Winsor 

".Patrick J. stone cutter, b. 104 

Cushing 
" Timothy, laborer, b. 125 Gore 






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187 



Curtis Albert W. mason, 1 White, h. 

4G Avon Hill 
" Alvah, clerk, b. 233 Hampshire 
" Annie M. dressmaker, 73 River, h. 

54 do. 
" Asbury C. grocer, 1151 and 1381 

Cambridge, h. 21 Clary 
" Charles, h. Groveland 
" Dolly A. Mrs. employment office, 48 

Green, h. do. 
" Dora F. Mrs. h. 7 Irving terrace 

race 
" Edward P. clerk, b. 21 Fifth 
" Fred C. machinist, h. 19 Rocking- 
ham 
" Fred F. teamster, h. 146 Winsor 
" George, plumber, b. 78 First 
" Hannah, widow of Thomas, h. 54 

River 
" Helena T. dressmaker, 21 Fifth, b. 

do. 
" Henrietta Mrs. b. 46 Avon Hill 
" Horace S. painter, h. 51 Brookline 
" James H. clerk, h. 89 Fourth 
" John B. glass blower, h. 21 Fifth 
" Lorenzo, carpenter, h. 78 First 
" Mary F. dressmaker, 73 River, h. 

54 do. 
" Thomas, mason, h. 13 Second 
" Thomas Pelha-m, electric engineer, 
181 Tremont, B. h. 50 Bucking- 
ham 
" William D. tailor, b. 4S Green 
" William W. publisher, 35 Hanover, 

B. h. 12 Linnaean 
" Willis C. publisher, 35 Hanover, B. 
h. 12 Linnaean 
Cusack Esther, widow of James, h. 40 
Market 
" Fred J. driver, b. 40 Market 
" Thomas, harness maker, b. 40 Mar- 
ket 
; William, shoe cutter, b. 40 Market 
" see Kusack 
Cushing Clarence H. laborer, h. 11 
Bristol 
" Edith S. teacher, B. b. 22 Wendell 

'' Frank, fireman, h. 35 Bay 

' Frank P. lodge organizer, h. 85 

Concord ave. 
' Henry G. county sheriff, Court 

House, Third, h. at Lowell 

' Jarvis, h. 85 Concord ave. 

CUSHING J. & CO. (estate of 
Joseph Cushing), grain, foot of 
Regent. See page 823 
" Kate W. teacher, B. b. 22 Wendell 
' Lena W. variety store, 398 Huron 
ave. h. 85 Concord ave. 



Cushing Mattie A. housekeeper, 85 

Concord ave. 
' Process Co. liquor rectifiers, 83 

Clark, store, 580 Washington, B. 
" Sarah A. widow of William, h. 37 

Berkshire 
" Wallace E. boxmaker, b. 756 Main 
" William, clerk, P. O., B. h. 1851 

Mass. ave. 
" William Mrs. h. 22 Wendell 
Cushman Bros. & Co. (Charles H. 

Cushman) curtain and fixture 

mnfrs. 15 Blanche 
" Charles A. lawyer, 85 State, B. h. 

997 Mass. ave. 
" Charles F. bonds, 50 State, B. h. 

26 Walker 
" Charles H. (Cushman Bros. & Co.) 

15 Blanche, h. 15 Lancaster 
" Emma W. ins. actuary, State House, 

B. h. 21 Wendell 
" Florence, at Observatory, b. 35 

Walker 

CUSHMAN GEORGE W. mens 
furnishing goods, 17 Court, B. h. 

21 Wendell. See page 98 
" Margaret K. widow of Elkanah A. 

h. 21 Wendell 
" Moses E. h. 63 Inman 
" Rufus C. merchandise broker, 85 

State, B. h. 3 Hurlbut 
" Susan E. widow of Cephas, h. 35 

Walker 
" Thomas A. motorman, h. 9 Locke 
Custeau Georg'e, laborer, h. 125 Sher- 
man 
Cutler Arthur W. clerk, 638 Mass. ave. 

b. 20 Fairfield 
" Benjamin W. stenographer, B. h. 91 

Inman 
" Charles H. letter carrier, 28 Brattle, 

h. 6 Cutler ave. 
" Clara, widow of Curtis, h. 14 Kirk- 
land pi. 
" Edward H. flour, 69 Commerce, B. 

h. 15 Arlington 
" Edwin B. shipper, h. 148 River 
" George Henry, carpenter, h. 20 

Fairfield 
" George Holbrook, letter carrier, B. 

h. 71 Magazine 
" George S. bookkeeper, 3 Park, B. 

h. 54 Mt. Pleasant 
" Ida M. h. 356 Broadway 
" William H. chief janitor, H. U. h. 

at Arlington 
" William H. horses, 23 Murdock, h. 

356 Broadway 
Cutter Charles H. engineer, steam 

roller, h. 2 Frances pi. 



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Cutter Charles S. shipper, B. b. 42 Aus- 
tin 
" Elizabeth J. Mrs. h. 42 Austin 
*' Emma A. X. widow of John, h. 56 

Cherry 
*' Emma L. h. 26 Bigelow 
*' Frank B. real estate, 5 Tremonit, B. 

b. 37 Linnaean 
*' Frank L. painter, b. 56 Cherry 
" Frederick S. master, Peabody 

school, h. 44 Irving 
" George F. boots and shoes, 1426 

Mass. ave. h. 60 Wendell 
" George H. cutter, 6 Cnauncy, B. h. 

100 Prospect 
" Harris M. freight agent, 5 State, B. 

b. 84 Oxford 
" Harry E. dentist, 1278 Mass. ave. h. 

273 Harvard 
" Henry O. real estate, 5 Tremont, B. 

b. 37 Linnaean 
" Horace E. piano action maker, b. 56 

Cherry 
" J. Frank (Hugh Stewart & Co.) 214 

Main, h. 44 Mt. Pleasant 
" Laura J. widow of George W. h. 26 

Bigelow 
" Louisa, widow of Abel P. h. 273 

Harvard 
" Lydia S. widow of Marshall N. h. 22 

Leonard ave. 
" Philip, laborer, b. 2 Frances pi. 
" Stephen B. carpenter, h. 42 Austin 
" Walter, letter carrier. 1849 Mass. 

ave. h. 12 Davenport 
" Walter F. engineer, h. 833 Main 

CUTTER WATSON O. (Watson 
G. Cutter & Sons), real estate, 
mortgages and insurance, 5 Tre- 
mont, B. house 37 Linnaean. See 
back cover 
Cutting Albert P. butter and eggs, 479 
Cambridge, h. do. 
" Andrew, com. mer. h. 23 Warland 
" Charles H. fish, etc. 695 Main, h. 

Harold pi. 
" Edwin A. trav. salesman, 204 State, 

B. h. 147 Allston 
" George A. painter, h. 5 Village 
" Hiram S. salesman, 443 Mass. ave 
h. 9 Fayette 

CUTTING LOUIS "W. treas. Cam- 
bridge Safe Deposit & Trust Co. 
1598 Mass, ave. h. at Arlington, 
Mass. See page 779 
Cuvellier V. H. E. Madame, teacher, 79 
Brattle, h. at Boston 

DACEY DANIEL, laborer, 169 Gore, b 
14 Marion 



Dacey Elizabeth, widow of John, h. 57 
Moore 
" James, laborer, b. 135 Willow 
" John, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 28 Porter 
" Nellie F. widow of Patrick, h. Otis, 

cor. Fifth 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 14 Marion 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 21 Short 
" Patrick, laborer, h.. 2 Rogers ct. 
" Roger, laborer, h. 14 Marion 
" William D. clerk, h. Otis, cor. Fifth 
Dadman N. Frank, copyist, B. h. 14 
Meaeham 
" see Dudman 
Daell van Alphonse N. prof. H. U. h. 
105 Irving 
" van Paul A. H. student, H. U. b. 105 
Irving 
Daffinsen Alfred, grocer, 35 Grigg, b. 
5 Flagg 
" August, hairdresser, B. h. 5 Flagg 
Daggett Rose Mr&. h. 49 Lee 
" Warren C. reporter, Press, 618 
Mass. ave. h. 56 Hubbard ave. 
Dahl Louis, laborer, h. 25 Wilbur 
Dahlberg Niles O. pattern maker, h. 17 

Oak 
Dahlgren John P. engineer, h. 29 Tre- 
mont 
Dahlstrand Gustaf, tailor, h. 23a How- 
ard 
Dahlstrom Ella, h. 53 Tremont 

" Minnie, h. 53 Tremont 
Dailey Caroline Mrs. h. 99 Thorndike 
" Charles, clerk, b. 2 Hampshire ct. 
" Charles E. h. 125 Charles 

DAILEY CHARLES W. hack 
and livery stable and ambulance 
service, i05 Cambridge and 15 
Gore, h. at Winchester. Seep. 827 
" Henry, laborer, h. 155 Charles 
" John, mail driver, b. 230 Vine 
" J. Harry, clerk, B. b. 86 Hancock 
" Mary A. widow of Edward, h. 5 

Leonard ave. 
" Michael, freight conductor, h. 10 

Montgomery 
" Michael, mason's tender, h. 16 Bay 
" Patrick, engine cleaner, h. 4 Line- 

han ct. 
" Thomas J. contractor, 209 Washing- 
ton, B. h. 86 Hancock 
Daily Ermina D. Mrs. b. 44 Bowdoin 
" Eugene J. plumber, h. 100 Fourth 
" George, oil hat maker, b. 11 Seventh 

st. ct. 
" James B. laborer, b. 125 Charles 
" James H. mason, b. 2 Hotel School 
" James J. oil hat maker, h. 11 Sev- 
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Dailey Sarah, widow, h. 360 Broadway 

" see Dailey, Daley, also Daly 
Daisy Edward J. sawyer, h. 11 Law- 
rence 
" Edward J. Jr. clerk, h. 11 Lawrence 
" George W. electrician, b. 11 Law- 
rence 
" Thomas H. green coffee sifter, 87 
Broad, B. h. 140 Green 
Dalbkiewic Stanislaus, b. 8 Mullens ct 
Dale Addie, teacher, Gore school, b. 104 
Otis 
" Edward B. engineer, City Hall, h. 

OS Antrim 
" George, h. 64 Gore 
" Geogia L. lace buyer, b. 87 Ply- 
mouth 
" Isma K. waiter, b. 33 Elmer 
" Lorenzo H. asst. engineer, steamer 

No. 5, h. 104 Otis 
" Thomas L. iron moulder, b. 104 Otis 
" Warren A. fresco painter, b. 104 

Otis 
" William W. janitor Willard school, 
h. 58 Pleasant 
Daley Cornelius J. pressman, U. P. h. 
33 Hancock 
" Daniel, b. 51 Bristol 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 14 Warren 
" Daniel (Daley & Co.) provisions, 

857 Cambridge, b. 15 Hunting 
" Dennis J. laborer, h. 3, r. 29 Keed 
" Eugene, laborer, b. 118 Banks 
" George, laborer, h. 181 Main 
" Hannah, widow of Patrick, h. 140 

Pine 
" Helen, widow of John, h. 230 Vine 
" Hugh, teamster, b. 849 Cambridge 
" James, laborer, h. 197 Elm 
" Jeremiah F. candv maker, b. 197 

Elm 
" John, b. 34 Market 
" John, laborer, h. 118 Banks 
" John C. bookbinder, 26a Brattle, b. 

118 Banks 
" John E. plumber, b. 161 W T ebster av. 
" John F. soda fountain maker, h. 161! 

Webster ave. 
" John F. teamster, h. 19 Squire's ct. I 

" John S. bookbinder, b. 19 Flagg 

" John W. candy maker, b. 197 Elm 

" Joseph, plasterer, h. 7 Moore 

' Margaret, widow of John S. h. 19 

Flagg 
' Mary, widow, h. 51 Bristol 

; Michael, teamster, h. 24 East 

" Patrick, at 169 Gore, h. 6 Squire's 
ct, 

' Patrick Mrs. h. 20 Harvard 



Daley Thomas, medicine maker, b. 51 
Bristol 

" Thomas W. iron worker, h. 34 Mar- 
ket 

" Thomas W. iron worker, B. B. W. 
h. 44 Walden 

" Timothy laborer, h. 28 East 

" William T. printer, b. 19 Flagg 

" & Co. (Daniel Daley) provisions, 
etc. 857 Cambridge 

" see Dailey, Daily, also Daly 
Dallinger Caroline, h. 922 Mass. ave. 

" Cynthia, widow of William, h. 130 
Chestnut 

" Emily C. principal, Parker school, 
h. 325 Western ave. 

" Frank W. office, 229 State, B. h. 82 
Henry 

" Fred W. tutor, H. U. b. 384 Broad- 
way 

" Philip B. clerk, treasurer's office, 
City Hall, b. 384 Broadway 

" William W. city treas. and collector, 

City Hall, h. 384 Broadway 
Dalloway John, rubber cutter, h. 99 

Washington 
Dalrymple Clarence C. iceman, 122 
Hampshire, h. at Somerville 

" John E. wheelwright, 181 Hamp- 
shire, b. at Somerville 

" Kobert, express helper, h. 3 Harold 

Pi- 

" William S. wire worker, h. 26 Wor- 
cester 
Dalton Charles F. planer, 169 Gore, h. 
114 Webster ave. 

" Christopher, car inspector, h. 46 
Third 

" Christopher J. driver, b. 46' Third 

" Frank B. core maker, h. 199 Web- 
ster ave. 

" Henry, medical student, rms. 1 
Green 

" James, rubber worker, b. 46 Third 

" James F. yard foreman, 169 Gore, h. 
17 Squire's ct. 

" Joseph E. motorman, h. Montgom- 
ery, cor. Dudley 

" Mary E. Mrs. grocer, Montgomery, 
cor. Dudley, h. do. 

" Mary E. widow of John, h. 229 
Brookline 
Daly Albert, salesman, h. 62 Norfolk 

" Allen, steamfitter, b. 79 Putnam av. 

" Augustine J. lawyer, 559 and 1388 
Mass. ave. h. 51 Martin 

" Catherine Mrs. bread store., 19 
Ninth, h. do. 

" Catherine, widow of John J. h. 336% 
Green 






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Daly Daniel W. elee'typer, h. 34 Banks 
" George, peddler, h. 213 Third 
" James, carpenter, b. 111% Inman 
" James, harness maker, h. 1106a 

Mass. ave. 
" James A. clerk, b. 1106a Mass. ave. 
" James S. clerk, 143 Pearl, h. 195 

Auburn 
" John E. turner, h. 43 Brookline 
" John J. grocer, 121 Banks, b. 95 

Kinnaird 
" Joseph, brakeman, b. 7 R. R. blk # 

Frank 
" Michael, laborer, h. 16 Bay 
" Michael, laborer, h. 99 Brookline 
" Michael J. h. 125 Pearl 
" Michael J. baker, h. 310 Broadway 
" Owen, b. 60 Boylston 
" Thomas H. roofer, 696 Mass. ave. b. 

16 Bay 
" Thomas J. car inspector, h. 17 Suf- 
folk 

DALY THOMAS J. gas fixtures, 
etc. 1106 Mass. ave. b. 1108 do. 
See page 811 
" William, boiler maker, 72 Main, h. 

60 Boylston 
" William, laborer, h. 41 Warren 
" William, trimmer, b. 315 River 
" see Dailey, Daley, also Daily 
Dam Charles O. sexton, First Univer- 

salist church, h. 215 Green 
Dame Ellen B. Mrs. music teacher, 16 
Mellen, h. do. 
" Henry, ins. agent, 48 Congress, B. 

h. 16 Mellen 
" John P. H. foreman, B. b. 90 Nor- 
folk 
" Marion B. teacher of music and 

painting, 16 Mellen, h. do. 
" Mary E. widow of William S. h. 90 
Norfolk 
Damerey Andrew, stone cutter, h. 284 

Vine 
Damery Joseph F. helper, b. 35 Magee 
" Thomas, baker, h. 37 Magee 
" William J. brass finisher, h. 35 
Magee 
Damon Arthur, boiler maker, b. 118 
Harvard 
" Edward, galvanizer, b. 81 Amory 
" George L. safe mnfr. h. 1749 Mass. 
ave. 
Dana Bridget, dressmaker, 358 Broad- 
way, h. do. 
" Daniel, grocer, 358 Broadway, h. do. 
" Elizabeth E. h. 152 Brattle 
" Richard, supt. 246 First, h. at Bos- 
ton 
" Richard H. lawyer, 53 State, B. h. 
113 Brattle . 



Dana Richard H. Mrs. h. 152 Brattle 

Danby , waiter, rms. 7 Dyke 

Dane Herbert W. stableman, h. r. 129 
Amory 
" Mary L. at Baptist Home, h. 308 

Brookline 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 729 Cambridge 
" Ellen, widow of Timothy, h. 15 Sar- 
gent 
" Mary J. widow of Patrick, h. 75 

Brookline 
" Michael J. Mrs. h. 54 Boylston 
" Patrick J. conductor, b. 75 Brook- 
line 
" Richard, laborer, b. 75 Brookline 
" Thomas, machinist, h. 21 Sargent 
"-Timothy, express, 128 State, B. and 

76 Rindge ave. h. do. 
" William, grocer, 11 Broadway, h. 

208 Main 
" William H. watchman, Custom 
House, B. h. 21 Sargent 

DANEHY DANIEL P. under- 
taker, 132 Rindge ave. h. do. See 

page 813 
Danforth B. Otis, supt. Cambridge 

Electric Light Co. Western ave. 

h. 8 Bath 
" Charles W. wire worker, h. 37 Rock- 
ingham 
" Cyrus, salesman, B. h. 9 Lincoln 
" Ella S: supt. Y. W. C. Asso. 695 

Mass. ave. b. 117 Auburn 
" James L. electric light trimmer, h. 

35 Ash 
" J. Franklin, stenographer, b. 117 

Auburn 
" Moses, painter, h. 903 Mass. ave. 
" Olive M. widow of George O. h. 35 

Ash 
" S. Langmaid, 15 Central sq. h. at 

Somerville 
" Vespasian, visitor of poor. Central 

sq. bldg. h. 117 Auburn 
" Walter B. real estate, 2041 Mass. av. 

h. 40 Creighton 
Dangeau David, brickmaker, h. r. 261 

Walden, b. 34 Erie 
Daniel Henry, waiter, h. 76 Harvard 
" Herman G. dry goods, 49 River, b. 

32 Erie 
" John M. laborer, h. 56 Harvey 
" Julius C. h. 32 Erie 
" Marie B. teacher, Morse school, b. 

32 Erie 
" Theresa, h. 127 Franklin 
" Walter, grocer, 277 Broadway, h. at 

Belmont 
Daniels Annie E. Mrs. clerk, P. 0. 2S 

Brattle, h. 12 Oak 
" Daniel, cigar maker, h. 35 Banks 



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Daniels Daniel Jr. pressman, h. 81 
Tremont 
" Emanuel P. pressman, b. 35 Banks 
" George A. pressman, b. 35 Banks 
" Henry B. peddler, b. 35 Banks 
" Joseph, waiter, h. 149 Franklin 
" Lewis E. milkman, 15 Park, h. do. 
" Thomas, butcher, Niles Bros. h. 39 
Bolton 
Danielson Emil A. carriage mnfr. 245 
Charles, B. h. 107 Washing-ton 
ave. 
" Matilda, widow of Daniel, h. 308 
Vine 
Dann Elizabeth, widow of William, h. 

2 Lamont ave. 
Dan skin John E. baker, 53 River, h. 55 
do. 
" Robert H. student, b. 55 River 
" Robert S. baker, 53 River, b. 55 do. 
D' A ran jo Ben to P. sawyer, h. 190 

Third 
Darcy James, teamster, at North's h 
r. 414 Columbia 
" John, lead worker, h. 23 Fourth 
" John F. b. 363 Huron ave. 
"'' Joseph S. painter, h. 1124 Cambridge 



Margaret, widow of John, h. 



563 



Huron ave. 
" Michael, h. 54 Baldwin 
" Patrick H. gilder, R. P. h. 54 Bald 

win 
; Peter, g'lazier, h. 49 Washington 
" William T. tube maker, b. 54 Bald- 
win 
" see Dorsey 
Darley Fred T. wire worker, b. 45 

Franklin 
D'Avellar Manuel S. hairdresser, 1204 

Cambridge, h. do. 
Dardis Frank S. letter carrier, 647 
Mass. ave. b. 15 Acorn 
' John, driver, h. 15 Acorn 
' John H. driver chemical No. 1, h 
66 Pleasant 
Patrick H. horseshoer, horses, hay 
and grain, 97 Concord ave. h. do 
" Thomas B. piano polisher, h. 115% 

Hampshire 
" Thomas F. clerk, b. 115% Hamp 
shire 
1" William J. teamster, h. 14 Tuttle 
Darling Edward B. clerk, 16 Kingston 

B. b. 103 Huron ave. 
" Eugene A. physician, 1603 Mass. av 

h. do. 
'* Jerome A. printer, h. 31 Rockingham 
; Lucy Mrs. at Baptist Home, b. 308 

Brookline 
; Mary A. widow of John R. h. 173 
Bridge 



Darling Mary F. widow of Charles K. 
h. 103 Huron ave. 
" Silas, engineer, b. 30 River 
Darlow Bros. (George W. and Eli), 
plumbers, 940A Mass. ave. 
" Eli (Darlow Bros.), 940A Mass. ave. 

h. do. 
' George, mason, 940 Mass. ave. h. do. 
" George W. (Darlow Bros.), h. 404 

Green 
" John A. bicycles, 940 Mass. av. h.do. 
DaRosa Antono, h. 36 Spring 
" Guilherme, h. Lowland ave. 
Darrach Edith R. Mrs. teacher, 79 

Brattle, h. 21 Chauncy 
Darrell John T. furniture mover, b. 54 

Cedar 
Dart Elizabeth Mrs. h. 147 Allston 
" Job, carpenter, b. 21 Lawrence 
" Leonard C. sea captain, h. 147 All- 
ston 
Daunt Arthur, rubber worker, h. 13 

Gore 
Davenport Albert H. furniture mnfr. 
108 Cambridge, h. at Maiden 
" Charles B. instructor, H. U. h. 11 

Frances ave. 
" Charles F. lunch, Porter road, h. 5 
White st. pi. 

DAVENPORT EDWARD A. 
treas. Fresh Pond Ice Co. 321 
Washington, Som. h. 26 Irving? 
See page 3 

" Henry C. foreman machinist, B. <fe 
M. R. R. shop, h. 128 Otis 

" James G. engineer, Am. Net <fe 
Twine Co. h. at W. Somerville 
Davey Ethel L. dressmaker, 373 Nor- 
folk, h. do. 

" George, carpenter, h. 373 Norfolk 

" Kittie, dressmaker, b. 83 Putnam 
ave. 
David Albert W. clerk at Lowell, b. 22 
Avon 

" Elizabeth W. music teacher, 23 
Avon, b. do. 

" Frederick B. salesman, 146 Lincoln, 
B. b. 22 Avon 

" George M. confectioner,, b. 16 An- 
drew 

" George M. confectioner, b. 2 Cool- 
idge pi. 

" John, peddler, 799 Cambridge 

" Maria J. widow of Samuel M. artist, 
22 Avon, h. do. 

" Sarah A. widow of Fred, h. 2 Cool- 

idge pi. 
" Thomas, h. 799 Cambridge 
" William Mrs. b. 799 Cambridge 



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Davidson Ada Mrs. prop. Brattle Sq. 

Hotel, 32 Brattle, h. do. 
■ Alfred B. grocer, 67 Grigg, h. 5 

Flagg 
•' Andrew, plumber, h. 35 Hudson 
" Georg-e J. gent's furnishings, etc. 

716 Cambridge, h. 148 Berkshire 
" George S. clerk, 8 Brattle, h. 32 do. 
" Henry R. machinist, B. B. W. h. 28 

Lowell 
" John, painter, h. 24 Walnut ct. 
" John, pressman, 573 Mass. ave. h. ft 

Suffolk 
" John, tinsmith, b. 159 Cherry 
" Joseph B. foreman, 385 Putnam 

ave. h. 14 Whitney ave. 
" Louis, salesman, 716 Cambridge, h. 

at Boston 
" Mary S. h. 35 Hudson 
" Robert S. at Observatory, b. 35 Hud- 
son 
" Rolland A. supt. Brookline Gas Co. 

h. 259b Sidney 
" William, painter, h. 26 Walnut ct. 
" see Davison 
Davies Alfred, compositor, R. P. h. 11 

Hews 
" Alfred Mrs. h. 355 Western ave. 
" Edward^ car conductor, rms. 29 

Norris 
" Edward F. clerk, B. h. 32 Baldwin 
" George H. painter, h. 74 Magee 
" May Ethel, bookkeeper, 2464 Mass. 

ave. b. at W. Somerville 
" Susanna Mrs. h. 26 Howard 
DAvilla Frank, window dresser, b. 25 

Warren 
" Joseph, furniture packer, h. 25 War- 
ren 
" Leonora, dressmaker, 25 Warren, b. 

do. 
Davin Hanora, widow of Jeremiah, h. 

165 Sherman 
" Mary, h. 165 Sherman 
" Thomas J. laborer, h. 197 Sherman 
Davis Abner F. cooper, 169 Gore, h. 773 

Cambridge 
" Andrew McF. h. 10 Appleton 
" Annie F. music teacher, 356 West- 
ern ave. b. do. 
" Arthur L. sheet metal worker, b. 

11 Gardner 
" Arthur W. butter and eggs, h. 123 

Washington 
" Bancroft G. lawyer, 23 Court, B. h. 

10 Appleton 

" Bessie D. physician, office 154 Green, 
h. do. 

" Byron W. butter and eggs, h. 123 
Washington 



D 



Davis Charles, cabinet maker, h. 318 
Prospect 

" Charles, carpenter, h. 149 Otis 

" Charles A. carpenter, h. 218 Hamil- 
ton 

" Charles C. beef, 11% Blackstone, B. 
h. 30 Lexington ave. 

" Charles C. clerk, 1420 Mass. ave. h. 
115 Ellery 

" Charles D. at 204 Broadway, h. 131 
Huron ave. 

" Charles D. clerk, rms. 42 Pear! 

" Charles E. optician, 2 Park sq. B. h. 
55 Huron ave. 

" Charles H. laborer, h. 17 Ports- 
mouth 

" Charles M. mill hand, h. 249 Sixth 

" Charles T. adv. agent, B. h. 7 Sum- 
mer 

" Clarence, wood engraver, h. 2 Ash- 
burton pi. 

" Clementine J. Mrs. h. 897 Mass. av. 

" C. Fred, art store, 527 Mass. ave. b. 
88 Pearl 

AVIS CURTIS & CO. (Edwin 
D. Mellen and Stillman F.Kelley), 
soap and glycerine mnfrs. 184 and 
194 Broadway, store. 136 State. B. 
See page 10 

David W. bluing mnfr. 28 Clay,h.do.* 

Duncan C. furniture maker, h. 107 
Otis 

Edna J. widow, h. 326 Mass. ave. 

Edward, clerk, 638 Mass. ave. b. at 
Allston 

Edward, manager, First, cor. Main, 
h. Baldwin 

Edward Mrs. h. Dyke, cor. Plymp- 
ton 

Edward D. car maker, h. 138 Spring 

Edward E. clerk, 1420 Mass. ave. h. 
1590 Cambridge 

Edward J. student, b. 11 Line 

Edwin G. student, h. 465 Broadway 

Eliphalet F. clerk, h. 137 Cherry 

Ella, h. 18 Lee 

Emma Mrs. b. 6 Lexington, ward 1 

Esther M. Mrs. h. 23 Erie 

Fannie M. b. 49 Dana 

Forest L. salesman, B. h. 50 High- 
land ave. 

Frank (McDonald & Davis), hay. 
grain, etc. 1060 Cambridge, h.387 
Columbia 

Frank A. clerk, B. b. 23 Erie 

Frank H. paper mill machinery, 
1019 Exchange bldg. B. h. 116 
Huron ave. 

Frank M. lawyer, 53 State, B. h. 
Mass. ave. 




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41 



346 



Davis Fred G. insp. water registrar's 
office, City Hall, rms. 94 Avon 
Hill 

" Fited H. boots and shoes, 33 Boyl- 
ston, h. IS Bowdoin 

' (George, civil engineer, city engi- 
neer's office, City Hall, h. 30 
Warland 

' George, helper, 135 Washington, b. 
do. 

' Georg-e, mason, b. 283 Columbia 

' Georg-e A. grocer and notary, 479 
Mass. ave. h. 103 Inman 

' George A. machinist, h. 146 Har- 
vard 

' Georg-e H. salesman, B. b. 318 Pros- 
pect 
" Georg-e M. clerk, b. 62 Amory 
" George S. cooper, h. 107 Otis 

' Georgie, nurse, b. 48 Magazine 

" Gertrude Cheney Mrs. artist, h 

Essex 
" Gorham H. h. 21 Lee 

' Guilford H. salesman. B. h. 
Pearl 

; Harry W. driver, 251 Cambridge, b. 
773 do. 

" Harry W. pressman, Riv. Press, b. 
356 Western ave. 

DAVIS HENRY B. cashier Nat. 
City Bank, 765 Mass. ave. house 

8 Clinton. See page 775 
' Henry G. J. pressman, Riv. Press, h. 

356 Western ave. 
; Herbert L. piano inspector, h. 255 y 2 

Broadway 
' James C. & Son (James H. Davis 

and James H. Spaulding), soap 

mnfrs. 208 Broadway 
" James C. Mrs. h. 1794 Mass. ave. 
' James H. (James C. Davis & Son), 

h. 1794 Mass. ave. 
" John, machinery, 53 State, B. h. 2 

Walnut ave. 
' John, iDainter, b. 25 Reed 
" John, peddler, b. 799 Cambridge 
44 John, waiter, B. h. 16 Walnut ct. 
John B. paper box cutter, h. 165 

Hampshire 
' John B. paper box maker, h. 306 

Webster ave. 

' John E. ship stores, 204 Commer- 
cial, B. h. 4 Hurlbut 

DAVIS J. EDWIN, treas. Boston 
Woven Hose & Rubber Co. 29 
Hampshire, office 275 Devonshire, 
B. house at Lynn. See page 6 
John M. h. 62 Amory 
Joseph S. sail maker, h. 827 Main 



Davis Julia A. widow of Peter R. h. 58 

Putnam ave. 
" Julia W. widow of William W. h. 

110 Irving" 
" Lester, painter, B. h. 134 Lake View 

ave. 
" Mahala E. Mrs. h. 49 Dana 
" Malcolm B. student, H. U. b. 8 Clin- 
ton 
' Marg-aret J. widow of George H. h. 

79 Norfolk 
" Martin V. B. h. 77 Thorndike 
" Melvina, widow of Nahum, h. 15 

Columbia 
" M. Almada, widow of Calvin, h. 46 

Howard 
" Osgood, motorman, h. 58 Winthrop 
" Peter, milkman, b. 463 Cambridge 
" Philip W. student, H. U. h. 110 Irv- 
ing 
" Pinckney, painter, b. 11 Line 
" Robert E. 91 Broadway, h. 260 Co- 
lumbia 
" Robert W. painter, 25 Reed, h. do. 
" Robert W. Jr. painter, 25 Reed, b. 

do. 
" Roland, plumber, 623 Mass. ave. b. 

102 Austin 
" Samuel, beef, liy 2 Blackstone. B. h, 

33 Lexington ave. 
" Sarah E. teacher, Felton school, b. 

120 Inman 
" Sarah J. widow of Jonathan, h. 3 

Ellsworth ave. 
" Sarah J. widow of Thomas, h. 288 

Prospect 
" Sarah J. A. h. 13 Trowbridge pL 
" Sidney J. hostler, h. 84 Harvard 
" Sidney Jr. laborer, b. 84 Harvard 
" Stillman C. salesman, B. h. 23 

Irving- 
" Sumner E. barrels, 93-95 Bridge, h. 

at Somerville 
" Susan, widow, h. 88 Pearl 
" Susi©, dressmaker, 189 Columbia, h. 

do. 
" Thomas, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 799 

Cambridge 
" Thomas M. fancy soap mnfr. 795 

Main, h. 137 Cherry 
" Thomas W. master, Putnam school, 

h. at Waverly 
" Walter B. messenger, 765 Mass. 

ave. b. 8 Clinton 
" Walter G. messenger, 595 Mass. ave. 

h. 41 Essex 
" Warren J. engineer, 110 Elm, h. 283 

Columbia 
" William, organ maker, b. 19 Gore 
" William, peddler, b. 799 Cambridge 



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Davis William, teamster, 97 Concord 

ave. b. do. 
" William E. shipper, h.3 Squire's ct. 
" William E. supt. 50 Auburn, h. at 

Somerville 
" William H. clerk, h. 137 Cherry 
" William J. shipper, B. h. 3 Healey 
" William M. prof, of physical geog- 
raphy, H. U. h. 2 Bond 
" William P. pressman, R. P. b. 58 

Putnam ave. 
" William R. cooper, h. 166 Webster 

ave. 
" Willie W. rms. 114 Columbia 
Davison Alexander, harness cleaner, b. 

15 Franklin 
" Frederick L. engineer, B. B. W. 

Sixth, rms. 13 Webster ave. 
" George C. driver, 27 Franklin, h. 15 

do. 
" James, driver, 27 Franklin, h. 15 do. 
" James S. (Greene & Co.), plumbing, 

etc. 723 Mass. ave. h. 183 Green 
" Seward A. car conductor, h. 12 

Healey 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 15 Murdock 
" William, butter and eggs, h. 24 

Seckle 
" William S. steam fitter, 723 Mass. 

ave. h. 50 Western ave. 
" see Davidson 
Davlin William, laborer, h. 317 Vine 

" see Devlin 
Davoren Gilbert, lamplighter, h. 118 

Holworthy 
" James P. milkman, 118 Holworthy, 

b. do. 
Davren Mary E. widow, h. 2 Bell 
Davy William, sounding board maker, 

h. 158 W 7 ebster ave. 
" William H. boat builder, DeWolfe, 

bey. Flagg, h. 160 Putnam ave. 
Daw Samuel, junk collector, h. 57 

Hampshire 
" William, carpenter, 284 Norfolk, h. 

at Somerville 
Dawe Patience Mrs. h. 7 Suffolk 
Dawes Lydia. widow of Allen, b. 352 

Cambridge 
Dawson James, laborer, h. 12 Conlons 

ct. 
" James W T . carpenter, h. 613 Main 
" William, laborer, h. 212 Franklin 
" William, steward, h. 11 Cowper- 

thwaite 
Day Arthur C. box nailer, h. 47 Austin 
" Catherine M. h. 27 Walnut ct. 

" Charles A. clerk, 583 Mt, Auburn, b. 

23 Sparks st. pi. 
" Eliza, widow of William, b. 27 Park 



Day Elizabeth F widow, h. 34 Clifton 
" Frances J. widow of Martin V. B. 

b. 363 Western ave. 
" George, waiter, b. 84 Harvard 
" George W. h. 258 Charles 
" James F. slipper maker, h. 15 Line 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 29 Seventh 
" John M. foreman, Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, h. 23 Sparks st. pi. 
" Katharine A. Mrs. h. 24 Lee 
" Leonard, foreman packer, A. H. 

Hewes & Co. h. 185 Walden 
" Mary Mrs. laundress, 1116 Cam- 
bridge, h. 15 Line 
" Mary A. librarian, Gray Herbarium, 

H. U. b. 47 Raymond 
" Moses A. teamster, h. 38 Broadway 
" Nellie Mrs. dressmaker, 28 Eustis 

ct. h. do. 
" Simeon, clerk, b. 58 Plymouth 
" Stephen, at 169 Gore, h. 20 Spring- 
field 
" Timothy, mason, b. 20 Marion 
" William, printer, h. 48 Eustis 
" William H. h. 6 East 
" William I. laborer, h. 19 Suffolk 
Dayfoot John B. supt. 530 Main. h. 2336 

Mass. ave. 
Davton Margaret A. Mrs. clerk. B. h. 

3 Norfolk pi. 
Deacon James, laborer, h. 14 Winter 
" Margaret P. widow of William F. 
h. Lake View ave. next C. W. W. 
Deady Patrick F. route agent, Nat. Ex. 

B. h. 7 Leonard ave. 
Dean Annie A. widow of Fred, dress- 
maker, 86 Norfolk, h. do. 
" Daniel H. grocer, 21 Brattle, h. 20 

Harris 
" Edmund, switchman, Harvard sq. 

h. 36 Mt. Auburn 
" Francis W T . mech. engineer, 53 

State, B. h. 41 Langdon 
" George H. printer, B. h. 11 Arnold 

circle 
" Harry M. b. 11 Arnold circle 
" Henry, steam fitter, b. 36 Market 
" Herbert M. engineer, B. h. S Rock- 
ingham 

EAN JOHN M. treas. Geo. W- 
Gale Lumber Co. 640 Main, hou*^ 
65 Chestnut. See front cover 



D 



" William, plumber, rms. 44 Austin 
William C. foreman tinsmith. 169 
Gore, h. 104 Hampshire 
" William H. teamster, h. 56 Cam- 
bridge 
Deane Charles Mrs. h. 80 Sparks 
" George C. h. 80 Sparks 
" Mary H. h. 80 Sparks 



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Deane Walter, teacher, 29 Chestnut, B. 
h. 29 Brewster 
" see Dean 
Dearman Albert, carpenter, rms. 130 

Spring 
Deastlow Elizabeth Mrs. h. 9 Stearns 
!)easy Elizabeth, widow of John, h. 57 

Moore 
Debay Daniel, carpenter, h. 15 Conlons 
*ct, 
Francis, carpenter, h. 129 Munroe 
DeBoitard Delamore, widow of Louis, 

h. 10 Harvey 
Debye John, hatter, h. Hotel Brooks 
Decareau Peter, cornice maker, h. 12 

Brookford 
Decater Ora S. carpenter, h. 39 Fair- 
mont 
Dechantel Napoleon, carpenter, h. 254 

Vine 
DeCost Edward, coachman, 157 Brat- 
tle, h. 11 Holly ave. 
" Frederico H. jobber, h. 18 Gore 
DeCoster Edward H. clerk, 265 Pearl, 
b. 267 Brookline 
" George W. & Co. (David and Bart- 
lett Mayhew), coffin and house 
finish mnfrs. 736 Main 
Dedrick Francis W. painter, h. 19 Jef- 
ferson 

Frank F. peddler, b. 19 Jefferson 
Theresa, widow of Frederick, h. 35 
Sixth 
Dee John A. upholsterer, B. b. 16 
Wright 
" John F. letter carrier, 28 Brattle, h. 

94 Hammond 
' Joseph, div. supt. W. E. St. Ry. Co. 
1376 Mass. ave. b. 8 Walden 
Patrick, grocer, 18 Sparks, h. do. 
Patrick, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
Thomas, coachman, 1 Chauncy, h. 

16 Wright 
Thomas, hostler, b. 6 Cottage row 
Thomas F. watchman, h. 22 Somer- 
set 

Thomas W. florist, Mt. Auburn, cor. 
Fresh Pond lane. h. do. 
Deegan John, moulding polisher, B. h. 

1257 Cambridge 
" Mary, widow of William, h. 8 Fifth 
Deehan John W. police, station 2, h. 76 
Dana 
Mand L. teacher, Gore school, h. at 
Boston 

)eely James, baker, h. 9 Eighth 
Joseph M. reporter, b. 9 Eighth 
Kate and Bridget, h. 7 Eighth 

leer James N. painter, r. 272 River, h. 

17 Fairmont ave. 



Deer Nathaniel ,1. letter carrier, 647 

Mass. ave. b. 17 Fairmont ave. 
Deering Daisy, h. 63a Grigg 
" Fred S. carpenter, h. 9 Portsmouth 
" Grace L. teacher, English High 

school, rms. 15 Ware 
; Henry F. cabinet maker, rms. 145 

Otis 
" John, clerk, rms. 11 Norfolk 
' Joshua, jobber, h. 15 Maynard pi. 
" Margaret, widow of William, h. 38 

Warren 
" Mary Jane Mrs. h. 70 Murray 
" Robert S. cabinet maker, b. 145 Otis 
" Samuel, b. 15 Maynard pi. 
" William, boiler maker, b. 69 Web- 
ster ave. 
" see Dearing 
DeFerari Charles J. clerk, P. O. 1849 

Mass. ave. h. at Charlestown 
DeFraetis Joseph C. physician, h. 364 

Cambridge 
DeFraites Antonio, city laborer, h. 16 

Spring 
Degnan Delia, Mary and Nellie, h. 153 
Amory 
" John, laborer, b. 24 Pilgrim 
" Michael J. car conductor, h. 42 All- 

ston 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 24 Pilgrim 
" Thomas F. laborer, h. 153 Amory 
" Thomas F. Jr. conductor, b. 153 
Amory 
Degrange George, hatter, h. 17 State 
DeGras Ellen, widow of Long, h. 42 

Sidney 
" Samuel, dentist, B. b. 42 Sidney 
DeGrove Martha, widow, h. 55 Hamp- 
shire 
Deigle Moses, carpenter, b. end Harvey 
DeKnight James L. lab'r, b. 29 Market 
" Levi, city laborer, h. 29 Market 
Delabarre Frank, dentist, B. h. 50 Ir- 
ving 
DeLacerda Casemiro C. hairdresser, 

697 Cambridge, h. 695 do. 
Dela'hanty Thomas, at Am. R. Co. h. 

73 Webster ave. 
" William, b. 91 Third 
Delander Dennis, hostler, 7 Hovey 

ave. h. 203 Elm 
Delaney Edmund H. mason, h. 1120 
Cambridge 
" Edward H. photographer, B. h. 31 

Tremont 
" Henry W. plumber, b. 33 Winter 
" Jeremiah, b. 13 Parnell 
" John, at B. B. Works, h. r. 34 Hunt- 
ing 
" John, baker, h. 103 Fourth 
" John, brass moulder, h. 227 Charles 



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DIRECTORY 



Delaney John, clerk, 1114 Cambridge, ' Dempsey Bridget, h. 2 Blair pi. 



h. 1122 do 
" John, mason, 41 Winthrop, h. do. 
" John, h. 12 Third 
" Joseph, at Am. Rub. Works, b. 693 

Cambridge 
" Julia A. widow, h. r. 52 Rindge ave. 
" Lawrence, laborer, h. 37 Jefferson 
" Margaret, widow of John, h. 17 

Bolton 
" Margaret J. h. 48 Montgomery 
" Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 5 Mul- 
lens et. 
" Mary E. widow of James, h. 33 

Winter 
" Michael, mason, b. r. 52 Rindge av. 
" Olive A. dressmaker, 1120 Cam- 
bridge, b. do. 
" Richard, laborer, h. 19 Bolton 
" William, hose maker, h. 445 Main 
" William H. grocer, 1114 Cambridge, 

h. 1122 do. 
" William T. machinist, h. 113 Cherry 
Delano Andrew S. driver, b. 7 Essex 
" Sarah, widow of Jephtha, b. 11 
Kinnaird 
Delany Jeremiah J. clerk, B. h. 42 
Fayette 
" Joseph E. clerk, B. b. 877 Cam- 
bridge 
" see Delaney 
DeLaurie George, janitor, 308 Brook- 
line, b. do. 
Delay Bartholomew, laborer, b. 182 
Brookline 
" John, laborer, b. 182 Brookline 
DeLessard George, h. 827 Main 
Delgrave Mabel Mrs. nurse, h. 35 Erie 
Delisle Theophile, variety store, h. 133 

Bridge 
Dellapietra Michael, wood carver, 108 

Cambridge, b. 93 Thorndike 
Delorey Cyril H. motorman, h. 2369 
Mass. ave. 
" Mordick, painter, h. 147 Sherman 
" William, blacksmith, h. 70 Win- 
throp 
Delta Phi Club, 72 Mt. Auburn 
" Utpsilon Fraternity (The), 62 Brat- 
tle 
Delvy John W. section foreman, P. R. 

R. h. 2018 Mass. ave. 
Demby, Richard, laborer, h. 87 How- 
ard 
DeMerritt Mary E. widow of John F. 

h. 40 Concord ave. 
Demers Francis, upholsterer, b. 466 
Cambridge 
" Joseph, brick mkr. h. 183 Sherman 
DeMilt Schuyler, clerk, 1336 Mass. ave. 
b. 12 Inman 



" Dennis, laborer, h. 8 Ninth 
" Ellen, wid. of Thomas, h. 1 Eighth 
" John, waiter, h. 10 Porter 
" John W. laborer, h. 54 Hudson 
" Lawrence, laborer, h. 2 Bell 
" Lawrence P. peddler, b. 2 Bell 
" Michael, laborer, h. 134 Bridge 
" Myles, laborer, h. 22 Holworthy pi. 
" Timothy, l'gshoreman, h. 14 Leigh- 
ton ct. 
" William C. laborer, h. 122a Spring 
Denehey Ellen, widow of Roger, h. 
8 Fourth 
" James, mason, b. 8 Fourth 
" William, teamster, b. 8 Fourth 

DENISON ARTHUR E. lawyer, 
150 Devonshire, rm. 50, B. house 
13 Arlington. See page 854 
" see Dennison 
Denman James, h. 158 Third 
Dennen Arthur P. coachman, h. 25 
Hudson 
" Jay H. foreman, 184 Broadway, b. 
25 Hudson 
Denner Philip, baker, 1166 Cambridge 

h. 346 Norfolk 
Dennett George M. 169 Gore, h. 18 
Springfield 
" William H. salesman, Tremont, cor. 
Winter, B. h. 23 Bellevue ave. 
Dennis Alice Mrs. h. 257 Columbia 
" Fannie E. M. Mrs. principal, Wy- 
man primary school, b. 11 Wood- 
bridge 
" Fred D. laborer, b. 8 Cogswell pi. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 87 Amory 
Dennison Albert, carpenter, h. 1065 
Cambridge 

DENNISON JAMES E. carpen- 
ter. 134 Cambridge, h. at Medford. 
See page 793 

" Lizett, widow of Erasmus, h. 149 
Brattle 

DENNISON WILLIAM, painter 
and paper hanger, 163 Bridge, h. 
227 Elm, West Somerville. See 
page 803 
" see Denison 
Denny Dennis, laborer, h.2480 Mass. av. 
" Michael J. teamster, h. 24 Harvard 
Denslow Susan F. Mrs. h. 23 Hammond 
Denter Gustavus L. foreman, 736 Main, 
h. at Somerville 
" Lewis H. fireman, b. 189 Cambridge 
" Thomas J. laborer, h. 242 Franklin 
" , h. 167 Hampshire 



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DENTON EBEN, treas. Reversi- 
ble Collar Co. Ill Putnam avenue 
and 95 Milk, B. h. at Ashmont. 
See page 10 
Dentremont John B. h. 15 Conlous ct. 
Denvir Ellen, widow of Charles, h. 121 

Third 
Denyven Christina R. teacher, Board- 
man primary school, b. 565 Put- 
nam ave. 
" David, cabinet maker, h. 565 Put- 
nam ave. 
DePatie Joseph, mason, h. 10 Harvey 
DePonte John, at Revere Sugar Ref. h. 

149 Willow 
DePoula Camille, at 169 Gore, h. 21 

Warren 
DeQuedville Fannie, widow of John, 

rms. 19 Hilliard 
Derby Ella A. Mrs. dressmaker, 622 
Mass. ave. h. do. 
" Fred A. driver, 153 River, h. 17 
Howard 
Henry H. painter, h. 1 Boyson pi. 
' James, coachman, 115 Brattle, h. 18 
Willard 
Dermass Octave, laborer, h. 28 Vine- 
yard 
DeRoehemont H. E. teacher, Putnam 

school, b. 30 Ellsworth ave. 
DeRond Ralph, clerk, B. b. 46 Eustis 
pi. 
Walter, salesman, B. b. 46 Eustis pi. 
" William, clerk, 21 Brattle, h. 46 
Eustis pi. 
DeRosa Manuel, box maker, h. 26 Win- 
ter 
DeRosay Caroline M. widow of Eu- 
gene, h. 134 Oxford 
" George W. stereotyper, b. 1283 

Cambridge 
' Margaret, widow of Lewis, h. 1283 

Cambridge 
" Ollie S. b. 1283 Cambridge 

DeROSAY D. WARREN, brick 
mnfr. 66 Sherman and 17 Otis, B. 
h. 50 Mt. Vernon. See p. 794 
Derrick George W. agent, h. 8 Hotel 

Lee 
Derringer John E. florist, 1022 Mass. 

ave. h. 409 Green 
Derry Charles T. salesman, B. h. 12 

Trowbridge 
Derse Harriet R. school globe finisher, 
B. h. 35 Creighton 
" Mary J. widow of Peter A. h. 35 
Creighton 
Derwin John J. boiler maker, b. 137 
Harvard 
Thomas E. cigar maker, b. 137 Har- 
vard 



DeSage David, carpenter, h. 14 Whit- 
ney ave. 
" Odilon, carpenter, h. 40 Dublin 
Desautelle Frank S. freight conduc- 
tor, F. R. R. h. 129 Sherman 
Descheneault Eugene, carpenter, b. 9 

Cottage Park ave. 
DeSevrin William F. F. cigar mnfr. 125 

Harvard, h. do. 
Desmond Andrew, teamster, h. 19 % 
Gore 
Dennis, blacksmith, h. 12 Hunting 
Honora, h. 4 Sargent 
John, furnace man, h. 32 Webster 

ave. 
John, laborer, h. 137 Tremont 
Lizzie Mrs. h. 170 Willow 
Mary, h. 2 Garden ct. 
Mary and Margaret, h. 12 Hunting 
Michael, carpenter, b. 52 Porter 
Michael, fireman, 284 Norfolk, h. at 

Somerville 
Timothy, fruit, h. 883 Cambridge 
Timothj', shoemaker, h. 109 Gore 
William, laborer, h. 29 Vineyard 
deSoissons Stanislaus, teacher, h. 1039 

Mass. ave. 
Desolere Jeremiah, carpenter, h. 27 

Sherman 
Des Rosiers Louis, grocer, 740 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 
DeSumichrast Frederick C. prof. H. U. 

h. 16 Quincy 
Detheridge Fred W. engineer, h. 77 

Washington 
Detlefsen George D. florist, 49 Grigg, 

h. 54 Magee 
Denny Walter, watchman, h. 35 School 
Deuschle Louis, finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 112 Sixth 
Deuxans Emile 0. laborer, h. 536 Cam- 
bridge 
Devanney John, h. r. 803 Cambridge 
" John Joseph, laborer, b. 208 Frank- 
lin 
" Ruth Mrs. h. 208 Franklin 
DeVeber William F. A. clerk, 669 Mass. 

ave. b. 21 In man 
Devens Arthur L. Mrs. h. 155 Brattle 

D EVENS THOMAS, undertaker, 
1078 Cambridge, h. 274 Elm. See 
page 813 

Devereaux Edward M. clerk, U. P. R. 
R., B. b. 124 Oxford 
" Richard F. tailor, 14 Bromfield, B. 
h. 124 Oxford 

" William J. fireman, C. E. L. Co. h. 
363 Western ave. 

Devereux Joseph J. treas. 49 Harvard, 
h. at Boston 



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Devine Daniel, teamster, 30 Donnell, h. 
do. 
" James, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 3 Jeffer- 
son 
" Julia, widow of Frank, h. 3 Ninth 
" Margaret T. widow of William F. h. 

172 Hampshire 
" Mary, widow, h. 185 Charles 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 129 Charles 
" William H. at 29 Hampshire, b. 129 
Otis 
Devis Caton, laborer, h. 30 Spring 
Devoe Simon P. mail driver, h. 225 

Broadway 
Dew William H. salesman, h. 273 Mass. 

ave. 
Dewelley Mary, widow of James, h. 8 

Rockwell 
Dewest Frank, at 169 Gore, h. 15 Por- 
ter 
Dewey Mary W. Mrs. h. 29 Mt. Vernon 
44 Richard, lunch, h. 2 Hotel Pleasant 
" Thomas, carpenter, h. 32 Elm 
Dewhig Belle, clerk, 587 Mass. ave. 
Dewhurst Hannah A. widow of 

Thomas, b. 210 Prospect 
Dewing Charles H. bookkeeper, 125 
Milk, B. h. 18 Lancaster 
" Paul F. h. 4 Forest 
DeWitt William P. student, B. D. col- 
lege, b. 57 Mt. Auburn 
DeWolf Amelia S. music teacher, b. 66 
Western ave. 
" George M. foreman, 734 Main, h. 205 

Hamilton 
" John O. asst. supt. 29 Hampshire, 

rms. 579 Mass. ave. 
" Mary B. music teacher, b. 66 West- 
ern ave. 
" Thomas E. whelwright, 2015 Mass. 
ave. h. 80 Wendell 
Dexter Clara B. dressmaker, 216 Win- 
sor, b. do. 
" Helen R. and Mary D. h. 76 Sparks 
" Henry L. 290 State, B. h. 29 Inman 
" Henry L. Jr. clerk, B. b. 29 Inman 
" Irwin, trunk maker, h. 36 DeWolfe 
" James M. 290 State, B. b. 29 Inman 
" Lucy W. widow of George, h. 76 
Sparks 
Dey John F. clerk, b. 207 Harvard 
" William F. apothecary, 303 Main, h. 
207 Harvard 
Diamond Hannah, h. 161 Cherry 
Diaz Joseph, laborer, h. r. 18 Gore 

Dibbel George, motorman, rms. 1102 
Mass. ave. 

Dick Bessie G. H. nurse, b. 60 Shep- 
ard 

" David, sawyer, h. 72 Prince 



Dickerman Edward H. clerk. 115 

Court, B. h. 8 South 
Dickey A. J. Mrs. h. 20 Walden 
" David H. laborer, h. 4 Dickinson 
" George, plasterer, h. 12 Second 
" Melville, teamster, h. 226 Winsor 
" William S. tailor, 8 Central sq. h, 
267 Putnam ave. 
Dickinson Alexander, law student, H. 
U. b. 17 Gray 
" Annie M. widow of James M. h. 7 
Porter 

DICKINSON I>AVID T. lawyer, 
5 Tremont, rms. 22-25, B. h. 1740 
Mass. ave. See page 855 
" Elizabeth, widow of Alexander, h. 

17 Gray 
" John E. engineer, h. 151 Clark 
Dickman Amanda, widow, h. 1603 Cam- 
bridge 
" Emma E. dressmaker, 603 Mass. av. 

h. do. 
" M. Carrie, teacher, Wyman school, 
h. 5 Norris 
Dickson Andrew, laborer, h. 6 Wor- 
cester 
Christina, widow of Samuel, h. 177 

Columbia 
Ellen, widow of Robert, h. 4 Wat- 
son 
George F. steam and gas fitter, 617 

Mass. ave. h. 2 Hastings sq. 
George L. apprentice, b. 4 Watson 
James, h. 134c Washington 
James, piano finisher, b. 4 Foster 
John L. carpenter, h. 6 Myrtle ave. 
Joseph, laborer, h. 4 Foster 
Joseph H. driver, 11 Willard. b. 1 

Foster 
Marshall, grocer, 1092 Cambridge, 

h. 177 Columbia 
Paul R. b. 2 Hastings 
Samuel J. helper, 134c Washington 
Simeon Rev. pastor, North Russell 
church, B. h. 73 Washington 
" Thomas, driver, 11 Willard. b. 4 

Foster 
" William E. pressman, b. 4 Watson 
" William H. trav. salesman, h. 70 

Plymouth 
" William J. laborer, b. 4 Foster 
" William J. salesman, 561 Mass. av. 
h. 134c Washington 
Diehl Antone B. cutter, Am. Rub. Co. 
h. 464 Winsor 
" George P. cook, h. 139 Harvard 
" John P. laborer, h. 60 Harvard 
" Mary C. Mrs. boarding house, 60 

Harvard 
" Philip H. clerk, B. h. 200 Auburn 



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Dieselman John C. machinist's helper, 

h. 132 Rindge ave. 

Dietrich John, foreman, 1372 Mass. av. 

h. at Boston 

" William A. 17 Milk, B. h. 20 Lowell 

Dietz George A. foreman, B. & A. R. R. 

shops, Allston, Mass. h. 25 Erie 

Diez Joseph, brick burner, B. S. B. Co. 

h. 154 Sherman 
Dignan Catherine, widow of Bernard, 
b. 3 White st. pi. 
" Michael J. car conductor, h. 18 
Allston 
Dike Lyman, special commissioner, 
Court House, Third, h. at Somer- 
ville 
Dillaway James H. provisions, 77 F. H. 
market, B. h. 81 Highland ave. 
" James H. Jr. bookkeeper, 77 F. H. 
market, B. b. 81 Highland ave. 
Dillenschneider Josephine Mrs. dress- 
maker. 51 Jackson, h. do. 
Dillingtiiam Franklin, paper, twine, etc. 
14 Union, B. h. 20 Hubbard ave. 
" Fred W. G. music teacher, 40 Hol- 

yoke, b. do. 
" George A. contractor, 8 Oliver, B. h. 

13 Pleasant 
" Henry Augustus, at R. P. b. 40 Hol- 
yoke 
" Joseph E. engineer, B. & A. R. R. 

h. 425 Putnam ave. 
" Maria, widow of Henry, Jr. dress- 
maker, h. 40 Holyoke 
' Mary A. widow of Henry, h. 42 
Holyoke 
William C. asst. clerk of courts, 
Court House, h. at Maiden 
Dillman George €. painter, 730 Mass. 

ave. b. 613 Main 
Dillon Albert, carpenter, b. 47 Union 
' Ann, widow of Owen, h. 53 Ninth 
" John, h. 222 Norfolk 
" John F. 29 Franklin, b. 222 Nor- 
folk 
' John F. milkman, 256 Prospect, h. 

do. 
' Michael, meat dresser, h. 13 Hunt- 
ing 
' Nellie, Lizzie and Margaret, h. 102 
Norfolk 
Patrick, laiborer, 1S4 Broadway, h. 

24 Bristol 
Patrick H. teamster, h. 295 Winsor 
Thomas, boiler maker, b. 22 Bristol 
Thomas, laborer, b. 24 Bristol 
Dilworth Patrick, at 169 Gore, b. 10 

Parnell 
Dimick Calvin, h. 1445 Cambridge 

Dimock William M. painter, h. 16 An- 
drew 



Dinan Catherine, housekeeper, h. 66> 

Spring 
" George H. compositor, h. 66 Spring 
" John, 2d, at 169 Gore, h. 28 Winter 
" Philip, laborer, h. 1 Parnell 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 94 Winter 

Timothy, teamster, h. 6 Winter 
" see Dynan 

Dineen Cornelius, laborer, b. 119 Gore 
Daniel J. laborer, h. 10 Parnell 
' Jeremiah, laborer, h. 1 Linehan ct. 
Dingwell G. Wadman, packer, B. b. 117 
Winsor 
" Nathan M. carpenter, h. 117 Winsor 
" William A. carpenter, h. 233 Frank- 
lin 
Dinneen Daniel J. laborer, 169 Gore. h. 

10 Parnell 
Dinsmore Bessie, boarding house, 172 

Auburn 
" Daniel K. (Dinsmore & O'Hara), 
27 Brattle, and carpenter, Boyl- 
ston, h. 14 Bath 
Lafajette A. motorman, h. 8 An- 
trim 
'* Leonard C. teamster, h. 221 Elm 
" & O'Hara (Daniel K. Dinsmore and 
Edward P. O'Hara), cigars, 2? 
Brattle 
Disney William, piano polisher, B. h. 

129 Green 
Diss Martin, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 1* 

Eighth 
Ditdhheld Charles, at 201 Bridge, Ix 
1155 Cambridge 
" Samuel H. driver, 201 Bridge, h. 

1155 Cambridge 
Dix Ervin R. carpenter, 5 Locke, li- 
do. 
Dixon Forest W. pattern maker, B. h. 
390 Cambridge 
" George M. cabinet maker, h. 25S 

Green 
" James H. hairdresser, h. 115 Fourth 
" John, moulder, b. 715 Main 
" Mack, moulder, b. 715 Main 
" Robert, waiter, h. 61 Washington 
" see Dickson 

Dixwell Epes S. h. 58 Garden 
Doak George W. blacksmith, 26 Re- 
gent, h. 23 do. 
Doane Calvin, motorman, h. 26 Cam- 
eron, 
" Charles H. piano key sawyer, h. 

12 y s Green 
" Frank A. box maker, b. 12y 2 Green 
" Isaac I. court stenographer, Court 
House, Third, h. at Winchester 
" Norman A. box maker, h. 78 Frank- 
lin 
" Thomas M. clerk, State House, B. 
h. 20 Leonard ave. 



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Dobbins Jane Mrs. h. 26 Clifton 
Dobbs George, laborer, h. 161 Putnam 
ave. 
"' George H. confectioner, b, 153 

Franklin 
"' James, bacon eurer, h. 153 Frank- 
lin 
" James P. plasterer, b. 153 Franklin 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 153 Franklin 
Dobinson Joseph, painter, B. h. 381 

Harvard 
Doble Frank P. teamster, h. 44 State 



Dodge Winslow Herbert, express, 543 
Mass. ave. h. 132 Columbia 
" Winslow H. driver, 543 Mass. ave. 
h. 22 Columbia 

Doe Bradbury P. foreman, C. W. W. h. 
463 Putnam ave. 
" Everett W. printer, b. 463 Putnam 
ave. 

Does Frederick, piano case maker, 162 
Broadway, h. 330 Winsor 

Doget Antonio, at North's, b. 313 Port- 
land 



Dobrikossky Adolf, laborer, Niles | Dogherty Albert W. clerk, b. 322 Win- 

Bros. Concord ave. h. near do. \ 
Dockharte Frederick, buffer, h. 17 Suf- 
folk 
Dockharty Robert, soap maker, h. 798 

Main 
" William F. elevator man, b. 798 

Main 
Dockstader Fred C. hairdresser, 481 

Mass. ave. h. 61 Austin 
Dodd Annie, widow of Brandon J. h. 

31 Fairmont ave. 
•Dodds John clerk, B. b. 38 Ellery 
Dodge Annie C. widow of William L. 

h. 32 Blake 
"' Annie S. sec. Latin school, b. 15 

Cottage 
"' Arthur B. bookkeeper, 220 Port- 
land, b. 75 Columbia 
" Caleb S. P. printer, B. h. 293 

Broadway 
"' Charles H. clerk, treasurer's office, 

City Hall, b. 8 William 
"' David T. cooper, h. 24b Union 
" Edward S. 85 Milk, B. h. 70 Sparks 
*' Emeline E. saleswoman, B. b. 46" 

Tremont 
** Frank A. clerk, 553 Mass. ave. b. 

75 Franklin 
■' Homer J. S. bookkeeper, B. b. 32 

Blake 
" John, machinist, h. 68 Cushing 
" John A. h. 4 Frost 
" John H. h. 8 William 
?' Joseph A. piano regulator, h. 75 

Franklin 
" Joseph F. rms. 75 Columbia 
" Lucy S. widow of John C. h. 72 

Sparks 

" Ruth W. widow of Rufus, h. 9 
Story 

" Sarah B. Mrs. b. 329 Harvard 

" Wendell W. bookkeeper, b. 46 Tre- 
mont 

" William E. h. 46 Tremont 

" William H. mngr. 7 Central square, 

h. 15 Cottage 
" William W. lawyer, 87 Milk, rm. 45, 

B. h. 72 Sparks 



sor 
" Charles M. case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 322 Winsor 
" Charles P. clerk, b. 322 Winsor 
" Frank E. cabinet maker, B. h. 245 

Chestnut 
" Frederick W. clerk, b. 322 Winsor 
" Louis, laborer, h. 218 Charles 
" see Dougherty 
Doherty Arthur, driver, b. 339 Cam- 
bridge 
" Bridget, widow of John F. h. 23 

Seventh 
" Daniel A. tinware, 150 Harvard, h. 

44 School 
" Daniel B. h: 96 Hammond 
" Daniel B. Jr. clerk, B ? b. 96 Ham- 
mond 
" Dennis F. laborer, h. 38 Foster 
" Elizabeth Mrs. h. 3 Rogers ct. 
" Ellen, widow of Matthew, h. 221 

Franklin 
" George F. clerk, Custom House, B. 

h. 361 Prospect 
" Henry A. h. 89 Hammond 
" Hugh, granite cutter, h. 85 Fifth 
'" James, city forester foreman, h. 75 

Inman 
" James, grocer, 169 Charles, h. 173 

do. 
" James, liquors, 181 Cambridge, B. 

Ih. 16 Kinnaird 
" James, painter, b. 3 Rogers ct. 
" James C. teamster, 198 Sidney, h. 

do. 
" James F. clerk, 705 Cambridge, b. 

19 Ninth 
" James J. gardener, b. r. 241 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Jane, widow of John. h. 290 Elm 
" John, laborer, h. 27 Jefferson 
" John, shipper, h. 17 Winter 
" John, stone cutter, b. S5 Fifth 
" John E. tinsmith, h. r. 221 Frank- 
lin 
" John F. clerk, B. b. 16 Kinnaird 

" John F. hairdresser, B. b. 39 Put- 
nam ave. 
" John T. upholsterer, b. 75 Inman 



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Doherty John W. carpenter, h. 220 Elm 

" Joseph E. elerk, B. h. 16 Kinnaird 

' Josephine M. teacher, Otis school, 

b. at Somerville 
" Lawrence F. plumber, b. 21 Bay 
" Margaret A. h. 380 Green 
" Martha A. bookkeeper, b. 75 Inman 
" Martin, trackman. W. E. St. R. Co. 

b. 67 Plympton 
" Mary, h. 23 Bay 
" Mary, widow of Neil, h. 168 River 
" Maurice W. currier, h. 119 Franklin 
" Michael Mrs. h. r. 241 Mt. Auburn 
" Michael J. driver, 24 Brattle, b. 221 ' 

Franklin \ 

DOHERTY OWEN, harness j 
mnfr. 96 Bridge, h.189 Cambridge. 1 
See page 831 i 

" Patrick, teamster, h. 5 Ninth I 

" Patrick J. bookbinder, b. 221 | 

Franklin 
" Philip, city laborer, h. 21 Bay 
" Philip, engineer, h. 3 White st. pi. 
" Philip, laborer, h. 29 Jefferson 
" Philip, mason, h. Concord ave. next 

New 
" Philip, waiter, h. 59 North 
•' Philip F. painter, b. 221 Franklin . 
" Rebecca, widow of John, h. Reed 

st. ct. 
" Robert, moulder, h. 2 School 
" Samuel J. laborer, h. 255 Elm 
" Sarah M. widow of Charles, h. 173 

Charles . 
" Thomas, galvanizer. 50 Harvard, b. 

87 do. 
" Thomas, teamster, h. 133 Charles 
" Walter E. clerk, B. b. 75 Inman 
" William, boiler maker, b. 220 

Charles 
" William, city laborer, h. 220 Charles 

William, painter, h. 159 Charles 
" William, peddler, h. r. 136 Bridge 
William, teamster, 2464 Mass. ave. 
b. Reed st. ct. 
" William E. clerk, B. b. 96 Hammond 
" William F. solicitor, b. 257 Vine 
Dolan Annie C. widow of Edward J. h. 
13 State 
' Celia, widow of John, h. 87 Concord 

ave. 
' Charles J. steam fitter, b. 7 Perry 
; Elizabeth A. bookkeeper, 55 Rindge 

ave. b. 25 do. 
" Ellen, widow of Thomas, h. 25 

Rindge ave. 
" Ellen J. widow of William, h. 7 

Perry 
" Francis, manager, B. h. 38 Pearl 
" Frank J. janitor, b. 207 Norfolk 
" Fred R. E. student, b. 38 Pearl 



Dolan James H. finisher, b. 38 Pearl 
" John, soap mnfr. r. 17 Decatur, lu 

13 do. 
" John B. soap maker, r. 17 Decatur,, 

h. 36 Prince 

" John H. musician, b. 25 Rindge av. 

" John H. teamster, h. 35 Green 

" Joseph, teamster, Fifth, cor. 
Rogers, h. 1 Emmett pi. 

" Joseph M. brick layer, b. 13 Deca- 
tur 

" Martin, laborer, h. 1 Emmet pi. 

" Mary L. teacher, h. 7 Perry 

" Matthias J. cloth cutter, B. h. 207 
Norfolk 

" Michael, electrician, W. E. St. R. 
Co. b. 25 Rindge ave. 

" Michael, laborer, b. 87 Concord av. 

" Patrick, barrels, 932 Cambridge, h. 
48 Springfield 

" Patrick J. foreman, 27 Franklin, h. 

14 y 2 Watson 
" Thomas, rubber cutter, h. 142 

Spring 
" Thomas, soap maker, h. 25 Suffolk 
" Thomas C. mason, b. 351 Western 

ave. 
" Thomas F. stenographer, B. b. 25- 

Rindge ave. 
" Thomas, Jr. laborer, b. 16 Gore 
" Thomas W. mill hand, h. 16 Gore 
" William, bartender, h. 41 Plymouth 
Dole Cyrus G. provisions, 19 New F. H. 
market, B. h. 18 Bigelow 
" Cyrus G. Jr. 19 New F. H. market, 

B. b. 18 Bigelow 
" Nicholas A. baker, h. 369 Prospect 
" Sarah A. widow of Cyrus, h. 18 
Bigelow 
Dolhenty Edward, express, 1992 Mass. 
ave. b. 44 Cogswell ave. 
" Edward W. rubber worker, h. 2 

Lilac ct. 
" Thomas H. driver, 1992 Mass. ave. 
h. 44 Cogswell ave. 
Dollard James, boots and shoes, 1326 

Mass. ave. h. 15 Gerry 
Dolliff Herbert, clerk, b. 232 Brook- 
line 
Dolloff Francis W. agent, h. 7 Gerry 
" Fred F. car conductor, h. 134 Ham- 
ilton 
Domingo Rodigus L. at Am. Rub. Co. 

h. 32 Spring 
Donahoe Agnes, h. 145 Banks 
" Ann, h. r. 65 Mt. Auburn 
" Annie A. hairdresser, h. 4 Myrtle 

ave. 
" Bros. (Dennis E. and John F. Dona- 
hoe), blacksmiths, 1121 Cam- 
bridge 



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Donahoe Catherine, housekeeper, 115 
Webster ave. 
" Catherine Mrs. h. 132 Willow 
" Catherine, widow of John, b. 4 Myr- 
tle ave. 
" Charles, laborer, h. 297 Third 
" Charles H. packer, b. 9 Decatur 
*' Daniel, laborer, h. 35 Berkshire 
" Daniel, switchman, B. & M. R. R. h. 

68 Winter 
" Dennis, motorman, h. 63 Cedar 
" Dennis E. (Donahoe Bros.) black- 
smith, 1121 Cambridge, b. 369 
Norfolk 
" Edward E. blacksmith, h. 497 Win- 

sor 
" Edward J. baker, b. 44 Second 
" Edward P. teamster, 25 Brattle, h. 

end Willard st. ct. 
" Eugene, electrician, h. 348 Norfolk 
" Florence, laborer, h. 43% Reed 
" Hannah, widow of Edward, h. 369 

Norfolk 
" Hugh J. clerk, P. O., B. b. 11 Val- 
entine 
" .James F. laborer, h. 25 Flagg 
" James W. laborer, b. 8% Foster 
" James W. moulder, b. 9 Decatur 
" John, blacksmith, h. 263 Elm 
" John, city laborer, rms. 50 Holyoke 
V John, foreman painting, A. H. 

Hews & Co. h. 182 Raymond 
" John, laborer, b. 179 Otis 
" John, laborer, h. 319 Webster ave. 
" John, h. 9 Decatur 
" John F. (Donahoe Bros.) 1121 Cam- 
bridge, h. 127 Elm 
" John J. clerk, b. 157 Third 
" Joseph J. conductor, b. 44 Second 
" Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 11 

Valentine 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. Sy 2 Fos- 
ter 
" Mary A. widow of Patrick H. h. end 

Willard st. ct. 
" Matthew, mail driver, h. 302 Third 
" Michael, h. 337 Webster ave. 
" Michael, laborer, b. 313 Elm 
" Michael, laborer, b. 179 Otis 
" Michael, mail driver, h. 302 Third 
" Michael A. baker, 208 Cambridge, 

h. 44 Second 
" Owen, gardener, h. 154 Tremont 
" Patrick, at Am. Rub. Co. b. r. 9 

Plymouth 
" Patrick, engineer, C. Gas Co. Third, 

h. 208 Charles 
" Patrick, painter, h. 35 Flagg 
" Patrick F. b. 8% Foster 
" Patrick T. washer, W. E. St. Ry. Co. 
h. 42 Murray 



Donahoe Timothy, teamster, h. 141 

Fifth 
" William, peddler, b. 132 Willow 
Donahue Daniel, peddler, h. 325 Web- 
ster ave. 
" James, laborer, h. 729 Cambridge 
" John, laborer, b. 729 Cambridge 
" John J. contractor, 20 Decatur, h. 

do. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 393 Columbia 
" Michael, rubber worker, b. 95 

Moore 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 169 Cushing 
" Timothy, laborer, b. 17 Jefferson 
" Timothy J. laborer, h. 7 Hotel Tem- 

pleton, Harrison 
" William F. physician, 2294 Mass. av. 
rms. do. 
Donalan Timothy, baker, h. 15 Ninth 
Donaldson James C. porter, H. U. h. at 
Stoughton 
" Lewis J. clerk, 2087 Mass. ave. b. at 
Somerville 
Dondero Angelo, variety store, 873 

Cambridge, h. do. 
Donegan Michael, carriage washer, h. 
28 Lopez 
" Robert, janitor, h. r. 51 Portland 
Donehy Francis E. conductor, b. 77 
Gore 
" Frederick W. car conductor, b. 354 

Vine- 
" John H. stone cutter, h. 354 Vine 
Donelan Annie, housekeeper, 526 Cam- 
bridge 
" Francis, engineer, h. 526 Cam- 
bridge 
" Francis, Jr. b. 526 Cambridge 
" Frank, plumber, b. 88 Fourth 
" John, engineer, h. 88 Fourth 
" John M. clerk, b. 88 Fourth 
" Sadie, bookkeeper, 227 Cambridge, 
b. 38 Fourth 
Donlan Martin J. laborer, h. 271 West- 
ern ave. 

DONLAN THOMAS H. painter, 
22 Church, rms. H. & L. House, 
1 Brattle sq. See page 802 
" Timothy, baker, h. 473 Winsor 
Donn William, clerk, 145 Hampshire, 
rms. 33y 3 Tremont 
" see Dunn 
Donnell William J. musician, h. 7 Sum- 
mer 
Donnelly Bridget, widow of James, h. 
269 Vine 
" Charles, freight conductor, B. & M. 
R. R. Prison Point, h. 61 Spring 
" Daniel J. coachman, 49 Washington 

ave. h. 47 Regent 
" Edward P. teamster, 77 Concord av. 
b. do. 



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Donnelly Elizabeth, widow of Pat- 
rick, h. 89 Banks 

" Frank, carriage painter, li. 89b 
Hampshire 

" Frank, painter, b. 89b Hampshire 

" Henry, boiler maker, h. 317 Vine 

" James, moulder, rms. 848 Main 

" James H. manager, 167 Green, h. at 
Charlestown 

" James H. S. agent, St. Vincent de 
Paul Society, Ghardon, B. h. 133 
Thorndike 

" John, laborer, 200 Broadway, b. 317 
Vine 

" John, soap maker, b. 317 Vine 

" John F. gardener, h. 355 Prospect 

" John J. glass worker, b. 89b Hamp- 
shire 

" Joseph, watchman, B. h. 30 Frank- 
lin 

" Luke F. car inspector, B. & A. R. 
K. h. 229 Brookline 

"' see Donley 
Donnini Cornelius N. wood carver, b. 
24 Howard 

" Louis, bookbinder, rms. 147 West- 
ern ave. 

Donobaro Mary, widow of Joseph, 

h. 232 Norfolk 
Donoclift Richard T. freight clerk, 
rms. 24 Beach 

Donoghue Daniel J. lie. drain layer, 
h. 35 Berkshire 
' Flora-nee W. laborer, h. 9a Erie 
' John, b. 35 Berkshire 
Donohue Christopher, tailor, 12 Boyl- 

ston, h. at Somerville 
Donovan Bridget, widow of Jeremiah, 
h. 124 Elm 
' Catharine, widow of Timothy, h. 70 
Washington 

" Catherine Mrs. h. 13 Water 

DONOVAN CHARLES J. ex- 
press, 258 Cambridge, h. 72 Fourth 
See page 832 

• Cornelius, laborer, h. 7 Plymouth 
' Cornelius F. hack driver, li. 20 De- 
catur 
" Daniel, at Boston Mailing Co. b. 157 
Portland 
Daniel, laborer, b. 124 Elm 
Daniel, laborer, h. 118 Amory 
Daniel, shipper, h. 228 Charles 
Daniel F. mason, h. 234 Hampshire 
Daniel W. iron moulder, h. 54 Sid- 
ney 
David, shade maker, h. 63 Harris 
Dennis, hackman, h. 2 Water 
Dennis, mail driver, b. 53 Broad- 
way 
; Dennis, stone cutter, h. 4 Gardner 



Donovan Dennis, teamster, b. 14 
Marion 
Dennis, teamster, h. 152 Franklin 
" Dennis Mrs. h. 190 Bridge 
" Dennis P. foreman, 83 Main, h. at 

E. Boston 
" Edward, laborer, h. 32 Harding 
" Eliza, widow of Thomas, h. 26 De- 
catur 
" Elizabeth, widow of John F. h. r. 

222 Broadway 
" George F. iron moulder, b. 54 Sid- 
ney 
" George H. h. 33 Baldwin 
" James, laborer, h. 34 Washington 
" James, laborer, h. 33 East 
" James, mason, b. 69 Elm 
" James, teamster, h. 83 Sixth 
" James F. picture fitter, h. 18 

Leigh ton ct. 
" Jane A. widow of Daniel, h. 28 

Banks 
" Jeremiah, salesman. 1077 Cam- 
bridge, h. 305 Elm 
" Jeremiah F. at B. B. Works, h. 157 

Portland 
" Jeremiah F. moulder, h. 341 Colum- 
bia 
" John, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 191 Port- 

land 
" John, electrician, Mt. Auburn sta- 
tion, h. 128 Holworthy 
" John, city paver, h. 34 DeWolfe 
" John, laborer, b. 63 Boylston 
" John, laborer, b. 54 Bridge 
" John, laborer, h. 179 Bridg'e 
" John, laborer, h. 236 Franklin 
" John, laborer, h. 16 Marion 
" John, laborer, h. 115b Pleasant 
" John, motorman, h. 2494 Mass. a re. 
" John, packer, A. H. Hews & Co. b. 

157 Raymond 
" John, tailor, h. r. 213 Franklin 
" John A. clerk, 127 Bridge, h. 123% 

do. 
" John D. letter carrier, 28 Brattle. 

h. 25 Sparks st. p^. 
" John F. laborer, b. 179 Otis 
" John F. Jr. hostler, b. 179 Bridge 
" John H. salesman, B. b. 4 Gardner 
" John J. tube maker, h. 313 Elm 
" Margaret, widow of Timothy, h. 63 

Harris 
" Mary, widow of James, h. 79 Pleas 

ant 
" Mary E. Mrs. b. 25 Banks 
" Michael, baker, b. 124 Elm 
" Michael, butdher, b. 20 Marion 
" Michael, laborer, b. 192 Bridge 
" Michael F. laborer, h. 179 Otis 
" Michael J. real estate, h. 34 Bige- 
low 



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[J)] DIRECTORY 



Donovan Michael P. driver, U. S. M. 
wagon, h. 161 Broadway 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 22 North 
" Patrick, laborer, h. S Hayes 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 24S Franklin 
" Patrick Jr. foundryman, b. 248 

Franklin 
" Sabine, widow of Henry S. h. 12 

Tuttle 
"' Thomas, hackman, b. 63 Harris 
' ; Thomas R. teamster, and grocer, 19 

Porter, h. do. 
" Timothy, laborer, b. 124 Elm 
" Timothy, laborer, b. 63 Harris 
" Timothy, laborer, b. 16 Marion 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 6 Seventh st. 

ct. 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 129 Mnnroe 
" Timothy, teamster, h. 13 Fourth 
" Timothy F. teamster, b. 238 Elm 
" Timothy M. teamster, h. 1210 Cam- 
bridge 
" William, laborer, b. 199 Portland 
" William, weaver, b. 10 Hunting 
" William D. plumber, b. 54 Sidney 
" William F. confectioner, b. 79 

Pleasant 
" William F. student, b. 4 Gardner 
4i William H. gateman, Xo. Cambridge 

junction, h. Washburn ave. 
Doody Dennis, blacksmith. 97 Concord 
ave. b. do. 
" John, contractor. 9 Sparks, h. do. 
Doogan Michael, gardener, h. S Bald- 
win ct. 
Dooley Clarence T. carpenter, h. 32 
Market 
" Edmund, horse shoer, 87 Bridge, h. 

121 Gore 
" James E. teamster, h. 1S1 Third 
•' John, boiler maker, h. 36 Bristol 
•" John Jr. boiler maker, b. 36 Bristol 
*' Joseph T. music teacher, 35 Brook- 
line, h. do. 
■• Louis, floor walker. B. h. 9 Board- 
man 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. ISOa 

Franklin 
" Patrick, horse shoer, h. 11 Marney 
" Patrick, Scotch knitter, b. 66 
Broadway 
Doolin Charles F. bricklayer, b. 155 
Putnam ave. 
" James C. stone mason, h. 155 Put- 
nam ave. 
" John J. stone mason, b. 155 Put- 
nam ave. 
Dooling Patrick, grocer, 5 Jefferson, h. 

7 do. 
Doonee Thomas, trunk maker, h. 25? 
Harvard 



Doore James E. grocer, 196 River, h. 

268 do. 
Dooris Anthony, cooper, h. 181 Spring 
Doran Edward. M. salesman, h. 39 
Rindge ave. 
" Eugene, clerk, 2060 Mass. ave. b. 5 

Clay 
'" Frank, bar tender, B. h. 14 Bolton 
" James, express, 16 Blake, b. do. 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 5 Clay 
" John, express, h. 144 Gore 
" John, laborer, b. 5 Clay - 
" John, laborer, h. 12 Marion 
" John M. salesman, b. 35 Sargent 
" Mary, widow of Joseph, h. 169 

Sherman 
" Mary A. press feeder, Univ. Press. 

b. 25 Cedar 
" Mary A. teacher. Dunster school. 

b. 5 Clay 
" Mary E. teacher, Gore school, b. 112 

Inman 
" Michael, laborer, b. 12 Marion 
" Michael, laborer, C. W. W. station, 

h. 5 Clay 
" Minnie A. teacher, Gore school, b. 

1367 Cambridge 
" William P. blower, Union Glass Co. 
h. 112 Inman 
Dorcev Michael, laborer, h. 180 Third 
Dore A. G. & Co. (Henry A. Dore), 
hay and grain, 706 Mass. ave. 
" Harry L. printer, b. 8 Centre 
" Henry A. (A. G. Dore & Co.), hay, 

ete. 706 Mass. ave. h. 8 Centre 
" see Dorr 
Doren Francis, box tier, 284 Norfolk. 

h. 145 Elm 
I Dorian Dennis, laborer, b. 12 Stevens 
ct. 
" John, laborer, h. 12 Stevens ct. 
Dorkins Elvira, widow of Thomas, h. 

59 Washington 
Dorman Catherine Mrs. h. 323 Main 

" Walter, roofer, b. 177 Main 
Dormer Charles E. clerk, B. b. 10 Ten- 
ney 
" Evelyn M. teacher, b. 10 Tenney 
" Mary H. widow of Edwin. h\ 10 
Tenney 
Dorney Daniel, laborer, h. 92 dishing 
" Daniel Jr. lineman, b. 92 Cushing 
" James E. lineman, b. 92 Cushing 
Dorr Cornelius, flour, 404 Chamber of 
Commerce, B. h. 2187 Mass. ave. 
" Eliza A. widow of Edward R. h. 43 

Cushing 
" Elwin S. mason, h. 66 Elm 
" George, express, 489 Mass. ave. and 

38 Broad, B. h. 127 Franklin 
" Grace L. teacher, private school, b. 
7 Cottage 



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Dorr John, h. 51 Pine 

" Joseph, h. 14 Lowell 

" Josephine, widow of Clifford E. h. 
7 Cottage 

" Michael, special police, b. 90 Mt. 
Auburn 

" Moses, flour, 707 Chamber of Com- 
merce, B. h. 334 Harvard 

" Roxanna S. widow of Wilson, h. 187 
Hampshire 

" Wilbur C. paper finisher, 111 Put- 
nam ave. h. 28 Magee 

" Wilson O. motorman, h. 187 Hamp- 
shire 
Dorsey Cornelius, laborer, h. 33 Brew- 
ery 

" Emma B. widow of Sidney, h. 39 
Hampshire 

" John, stone cutter, h. 39 Sherman 

" Joseph A. (Baldwin & Dorsey), real 
estate, etc. 545 Mass. ave. h. 39 
Hampshire 

" Mary Mrs. variety store, 39 Sher- 
man, h. do. 
Dorso Julian, laborer, h. end New 

DoSanton J. laborer, h. 36 Spring 

Dostrum Charles, driver, 2307 Mass. 
ave. rms. do. 

Doten Annie, milliner, 715 Mass. ave. 
b. 28 Essex 

Doucet Joseph, hairdresser, 1158 Cam- 
bridge, h. 202 Hampshire 

Doucett John T. carriage painter, b. 
363 Western ave. 

Doucette Louis, carpenter, h. 89y 2 
Washington 

Dougall John A. carpenter, b. 90 Green 

Dougan Harry J. clerk, 729 Mass. ave. 
b. 30 Prince 

" William F. clerk, B. b. 30 Prince 
" William T. bookbinder, h. 30 Prince 

" William T. Mrs. dressmaker, 30 

Prince, h. do. 
ougher John H. proof reader, Herald, 

B. h. 317 Prospect 
ougherty George T. piano case 

maker, h. 125 Hampshire 
k George W. plumber, b. 16 Park 

Harold T. student, b. 417 Broadway 
' John, section foreman, B. & A. R. 

R. h. 109 Pleasant 
' Marion E. h. 417 Broadway 

1 M. Angelo Rev. h. 417 Broadway 

' Proctor L. student, b. 417 Broad- 
way 

Robert, soap maker, h. 16 Park 

William F. elevator man, B. b. 16 
Park 

)ouglas Anna E. widow of Robert, h. 
1663 Mass. ave. 



Douglas Clarence H. grocer, 221 West- 
ern ave. and variety store, 31 
Howard, rms. 162 Western ave. 

" Ernest, music teacher, 77 Walden, 
b. do. 

" George N. clerk, 221 Western ave. 
h. 162 do. 

" George W. clerk, B. h. 51 Norfolk 

" Harriet J. Mrs. b. 79 Pemberton 

" John W. waiter, h. 105 Clark 

" Mary J. widow of Harrison, h. 136 
Columbia 

" Robert J. driver, 201 Bridge, h. 136 
Cambridge 

" William A. teamster, 507 Mass. ave. 
h. 19 Prospect 

" William G. carpenter, 18 Meacham, 
h. do. 
Douglass Albert A. laborer, h. 1 Lin- 
coln pi. 
Dove William, restaurant, 2 Washing- 
ton, rms. 48 Brewery 

" Alonzo, book binder, h. 70 Magee 

DOVER STAMPING CO. Ed- 
ward II. Whitney, pres. and mana- 
ger, mnfrs. tinware, 385 Putnam 
ave. store 88 and 90 North, B. 
See p. 6 
Dow Alice E. piano action maker, b. 
280 Winsor 
" Clifford W. clerk, 185 Summer, B. 

b. 23 Magazine 
" Cora, widow of Fred, h. 326 Broad- 
wav 
• " David^C. b. 24 Warland 
" Ellen A. dressmaker, 24 Warland, 

h. do. 
" Forest E. shipper, b. 77 Austin 
" Frank, carpenter, h. 295 River 
" Frank A. watchmaker, b. 35 Brook- 
line 
" George L. student, b. 23 Magazine 
" Hattie E. h. 156 Hampshire 
" Herbert B. musician, h. 230 Winsor 
" James A. physician, 23 Magazine, 

h. do. 
" John B. clerk, B. h. 1252 Cambridge 
" John C. (John C. Dow & Co.) fer- 
tilizers, 220 Portland, h. 5 Sac- 
ramento 
" John C. & Co. (John C. Dow) fer- 

Chatham, B. 
" Lyman O. carpenter, h. 280 Winsor 
" Marcellus I. apothecary, 169 Pearl, 

h. 33 Lawrence 
" Mary A. widow of Benjamin, h. 5 

Lee 
" Mary I. widow of Thomas E. h. 112 
Avon Hill 

" Oscar W. action maker, b. 106 Au- 
burn 



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DOW RALPH N. architect and 
draughtsman, Lyceum bldg. Har- 
vard sq. h. 112 Avon Hill. See 
page 801 
" Sarah H. widow of William L. h. 

156 Hampshire 
" Warren H. driver city ambulance, 

h. 106 Auburn 
" William A. engineer, h. 129 Putnam 

ave. 
" William S. student, b. 24 Warland 
Dowd Eliza A. widow of William J. 
rms. 62 Prospect 
" John, currier, h. 234 Bridge 
" John J. laborer, h. 9 Reed 
" Michael, hostler, 1230 Mass. ave. h. 

22 Flagg 
" Michael, laborer, h. 24 Rockwell 
" Patrick, hod carrier, b. 37 Dunster 
" Timothy, stone mason, h. 108 Sixth 
" William H. piano action maker, h. 
8 Dover 
Dowe Salome W. Mrs. b. 3 Hillside pi. 
Dowey Ann E. widow of Thomas, h. 8 
Camden pi. 
" Thomas, teamster, Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, h. 6 May 
Dowling Edward S. tinsmith, b. 5 
Rockwell 
" James, coachman, 17 Maple ave. h. 

5 West pi. 
" John, laborer, b. 5 Rockwell 
" Thomas, cook, h. 13 Conlons ct. 
" William J. harness mnfr. 165 Main, 
h. 281 do. 
Down Alfred, steamfitter, h. 9 Austin 

" John, laborer, b. 125 Hastings 
Downe Rufus S. clerk, h. 157 Auburn 

" Samuel, shoemaker, b. r. 107 Spring 
Downer John F. paper hanger, h. 149 

Winsor 
Downes Frank W. carpenter, h. 56 
Stearns 
" Henry, teamster, b. 260 Charles 
" James, teamster, b. 260 Charles 
" John E. student, b. 341 Columbia 
" Kate A. widow of James, h. 341 Co- 
lumbia 
" Mary A. E. Baptist Home, 308 

Brookline 
" William F. clerk, b. 341 Columbia 
Downey Bridget, widow, h. 647 Cam- 
bridge 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 154 Tremont 

" Edward, laborer, b. 645 Cambridge 
" Edward, laborer, b. 647 Cambridge 
" Gilbert G. carpenter, h. 34 Prince 
" James, mason, h. 129 Amory 
" Jeremiah., city laborer, h. 226 Nor- 
folk 



Downey Jeremiah, student, b.994 Cam* 
bridge 

" John, laborer, b. 8 Marion 

" John A. dry goods, 162 Court, B. h. 
685 Main 

" John J. at Laboratory, H. L T . b. 226 
Norfolk 

" John P. teamster, h. 139 Fifth 

" Mary Mrs. g'rocer, 26 Hunting, h. 
do. 

" Mary A. 8 Soden, b. 226 Norfolk 

" Mortimer, grocer, 1000 Cam- 
bridge, h. 994 do. 

" Patrick, laborer, b. 534 Cambridge 

" Thomas, clerk, 26 Sparks, b. do. 

" William J. clerk, b. 28 Hunting- 
Downing Almeda R. Mrs. boarding 
house, 29 Norfolk, h. do. 

" Daniel F. foreman, Cambridge Gas 
Co. h. 14 Walker 

" Dennis, salesman, h. 15 Sparks 

" Edward, 54 South, B. h. 140 Maga- 
zine 

" Edward H. foreman, 20 Atlantic av. 
B. h. 140 Magazine 

" Elizabeth, h. 5 Laurel 

" Florence, widow of John D. h. ! 
Rockingham pi. 

" Frank T. bookkeeper, foot Eustis 
ct, b. 31 Mt. Pleasant 

" John, checker, B. & M. R. R. h. 4 
Short 

" Mary J. Mrs. h. 57 Parker 

" Samuel H. salesman, 30 Pearl, B. h. 
24 Shepard 

" Theodore, currier, h. 31 Mt. Pleas- 
ant 

" Thomas, clerk, P. O., B. h. 40 Myr- 
tle ave. 

" William, teamster, h. 254 Franklin 

" William C. electrician, h. 46 Prince 
Downs Edward W. teamster, Rhoades 
bldg. State, h. 47 Pine 

" James, laborer, h. 105 Bridge 

" S. Isabel, teacher, Webster gram- 
mar school, b. 195 Auburn 

" William W. real estate, B. b. 57b 
Harris 
Dowsing Henry V. action maker, h. 
249 Allston 

" William, varnisher, h. 2 Norfolk pi. 

" William W. piano maker, h. 51 
Prince 
Doyle Ann Mrs. h. 15 Fallon pi. 

" Ann M. widow of Daniel, h. 15 Web- 
ster ave. 

" Catharine, widow of Daniel, h. 5., 
Baldwin pi. 

" Catherine, widow of John, h. 262 
Franklin 



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209 



Doyle Celia, widow of Francis M. h.379 

Norfolk 
" Charles F. carpenter, h. 123 Pine 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 13 Fallon pi. 
" Daniel, teamster, h. 12 Surrey 
" David, hostler, 35 Church, h. 14 

Grant 
" David, rms. 229 Broadway 
" Edward, plumber, 531 Cambridge, 

b. 21 Squire's ct. 
" Eliza, h. 71 Concord ave. 
" Elizabeth A. dressmaker, .!79 Nor- 
folk, h. do. 
" Ellen, widow of James E. h. 62 

Thorndike 
" Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. 140 

Sherman 
" Francis J. carpenter, b. 379 Norfolk 
" Frank, stone cutter, h. 216 Pearl 
" Frank M. baker, 575 Cambridge, h. 

573 do. 
" Harry A. driver, b. 216 Winsor 
u James Mrs. hi. 19 Pioneer ave. 
" Jeremiah, h. 3 De Wolfe pi. 
" John, bookbinder, b. 262 Franklin 
" John, laborer, Cambridge cemetery, 

h. 29 Willard 
" John, laborer, C. W. W. h. 78 Au- 
burn 
' John, laborer, h. 19 Plymouth 
" John, laborer, h. 329 Elm 
' John, laborer, h. 20 Brewer 
" John, laborer, C. G. Co. h. 20 South 
' John, teamster, h. 75 Plympton 
" John, teamster, b. 29 Willard 
" John Jr. plumber, b. 329 Elm 
' John M. night lunch, b. 113 Hamp- 
shire 
" John P. laborer, b. 3 Foster 
11 John P. driver, b. 20 South 
" John T. upholsterer, h. 207 Norfolk 
* Joseph P. motorman, h. 9 Locke 
' Leonard J. student, b. 1501 Cam- 
bridge 
1 Luke, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 255 Vine 
' Margaret E. variety store, 7 Cow- 

perthwaite, h. do. 
1 Martin, laborer, h. 76 Sidney 
' Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 2 Ho- 
tel Clark 
'' Mary A. widow of Patrick J. h. 7 

Foster 
' Mary E. widow of John, h. 8% 

Blanche 
' Mary H. widow of Michael, h. 78 
Sixth 
Michael, city laborer, h. 16 Surrey 
Michael, collar maker, h. Ill Banks 
Michael, gardener, h. 3 Foster 
Michael, laborer, b. 43 Auburn pi. 
Michael, laborer, h. 9 Fallon pi. 



Doyle Michael, laJborer, h. 81 Porter 
" Michael, teamster, h. 158 Otis 
" Michael F. starter, 2369 Mass. ave. 

h. 3 57 Putnam ave. 
" Owen H. at Am. Rub. Co. b. 19 Ply- 
mouth 
" Patrick, car cleaner, h. 25 Aberdeen 

ave. 
" Patrick, cooper, 169 Gore, h. 21 

Squire's ct. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 20 Brewer 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 67 Plympton 
" Patrick, police, station 1, h. 88 Con- 
cord ave. 
" Patrick, teamster, h. 28 Banks 
" Patrick, teamster, b. 29 Willard 
" Patrick J. clerk, 1372 Mass. ave. b. 

262 Franklin 
" Richard F. printer's pressman, h. 

37 Willard 
" Richard J. painter, 22 Church, b. 

37 Willard 
" Stephen, stone cutter, b. 2 Hotel 

Clark 
" Thomas, driver, Hatch & Co. b. 12 

Appian Way 
" Thomas, hairdresser, 125 Fourth, h. 

177 Charles 
" Thomas, teamster, b. 7S Auburn 
" Thomas F. with R. C. Co.b.20 South 
" Thomas F. laborer, h. 37 Bolton 
" Timothy, driver, b. 29 Willard 
" Timothy P. laborer, h. 112 Banks 
" William, b. 329 Elm 

DOYLE WILLIAM E. florist, 
1509 Cambridge, and 43 Tremont 
and 306 Boylston, B. h. 1501 Cam- 
bridge. See opp. 

" William E. Jr. student, b. 1501 
Cambridge 

" William J. carpenter, b. 375 Nor- 
folk 
Drake Frank, lumber worker, b. 30 
Market 

" George A. case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 4 Dickinson 

" Lelia F. teacher, Morse school, 
rms. 90 Franklin 

" Mary Mrs. dressmaker, 494 Mass. 
ave. rms. do. 

" Whitney S. tallyman, 336 Main, h. 
257 Winsor 

" William, carriage maker, b. 16 
Blake 
Draper Anna A. h. 607 Main 

" Daniel A. mnfr. of britannia, 111 
Thorndike, h. do. 

" Ella F. b. 7 Avon 

" Francis H. h. Ill Thorndike 

" James H. plumber, 1440 Mass. ave. 
h. at Wakefield 



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Draper Joseph, britannia, 111 Thorn- 
dike, b. do. 

" Sarah M. widow of Martin, h. 2285 
Mass. ave. 

" Susie A. b. 2285 Mass. ave. 

" Warren M. b. 2285 Mass. ave. 

" Williani H. eye specialist, h. 52 
Kirkland 
Drea Julia, widow of Kernan, h. 46 

Ninth 
Drebbin Perry, shoemaker, 548 Mass. 
ave. h. 93 Brookline 

" Roops, shoemaker, 33% Brattle, h. 
93 Brookline 
Dresser Edwin, pres. Nat. City Bank, 
h. 60 Raymond 

" Sumner, salesman, 26 Blaekstone, 
h. at Brookline 
Drevitson Carl J. baker, h. 70 Brook- 
line 

" C. J. Mrs. nurse, h. 70 Brookline 
Drew Albert V. painter, b. 808 Main 

" Alfred W. clerk, B. b. 122 Oxford 

" Amelia L. Mrs. (J. V. and A. L. 
Drew) dining rooms, 1388 Mass. 
ave. h. do. 

" Bertrand Lee, lawyer, 23 Court, B. 
b. 122 Oxford 

" Caroline, teacher, Latin school, h. 
at Boston 

" Clara, widow of George, h. 345 Nor- 
folk 

" Henry H. gold beater, 3 Province ct. 
B. h. 20 Ellsworth ave. 

" Henry W. electrotyper, b. 116 
Washington 

" James W. carpenter, h. 577 Putnam 
ave. suite 5 

" John V. (J. V. & A. L. Drew), din- 
ing rooms, 1388 Mass. ave. h. do. 

DREW J. V. & A. L. (John V. 
and Amelia L, Drew), dining 
rooms, 1388 Mass. ave. See p. 847 
" Joseph L. gold beater, 3 Province 

ct. B. h. 19 Jay 
" Lucy A. widow of Silas S. h. 122 

Oxford 
" Sarah A. teacher painting, 19 Jay, 

b. do. 
" Seth B. driver, b. 345 Norfolk 
Driembokski Leopold, tailor, 144 Cam- 
bridge 
Drinan David, at R. P. b. 305 Green 
" Elizabeth, h. 66 Cherry 
" Florence, h. 66 Cherry 
" Frank T. driver, h. 4 Eaton 
if Hannah, widow of Thomas, h. 305 

Green 
" Louise, h. 66 Cherry 

" Maurice, laborer, h. 53 North 



Drinan Michael, laborer, h. 137 Bridge 

" M. Josephine, h. 66 Cherry 
Drinkwater James A. S. plumber, 723 

Mass. ave. h. 721 Main 
Driscoll Andrew, laborer, b. 3 Gore pi. 
" Andrew, laborer, h. 1 Fourth 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 6 Brewery 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 5 Marion 
" Daniel, b. 41 Waren 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 63 North 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 256 Franklin 
" Dennis, tailor, h. 28 Andrew 
" Dennis J. clerk, 727 Main, h. at So. 

Boston 
" Edward J. laborer, b. 7 Rollins ct. 
" Ellen, widow of James, h. 234 

Bridge 
" E. Michael, washer, Richdale ave. 

stable 
" Florence, laborer, b. 305 Elm 
" Francis, teamster, b. 234 Bridge 
" Hannah, widow of Michael, h. 47 

Reed 
" James J. laborer, h. 71 Gore 
" James T. provisions, 851 Cam- 
bridge, h. 849 do. 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 16 Marion 
" John, at Kennedy's, h. 1105 Cam- 
bridge 
" John, laborer, h. 181 Main 
" John, laborer, h. 7 Rollins ct. 
" John Mrs. h. 48 Kinnaird 
" John C. carpenter, h. 16 Clark 
" John P. confectioner, h. 21 Line 
" Joseph, clerk, b. 1 Marney 
" Judson, broker, B. b. 1980 Mass. ar 
" Mary A. widow of John C. h. 1" 

Boardman 
" Mary E. widow of Michael J. h. ' 

Cedar 
" Patrick, teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 5; 

do. 
" Thomas, cooper, h. 7S3 Cambridge 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 47 Reed 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 143 Bridge 
" William, foundryman, h. 1 Marney 
" William, laborer, b. 234 Bridge 
" William H. F. produce,b.7 Rollins ct 
Driver Stephen W. physician, h. ant 

office 5 Farwell pi. 
Drohan James T. porter, h. 2 Coolidg 
pi. 
" John T. carpenter, b. 42 Baldwin 
" Maurice, carpenter, h. 42 Baldwin 

Drohen Kate, widows of Daniel J 
h. 10 Plymouth 

Dromgoole William, cook, 20 Norfol 
Drown Charles P. hostler, h. 166 Thorr 
dike 
" Edward L. Rev. h. 20 Walker 



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211 



Drawn Edward S. Kev. professor, Epis. 
Theo. school, h. 20 Walker 
" Mary Ann Mrs. h. 166 Thorndike 
" Rebecca, teacher, 79 Brattle, h. 37 

Concord ave. 
4i William, at Mason & Hamlin's, b. 73 
Bristol 
Drugan William H. salesman, 443 Mass. 

ave. h. 89 Franklin 
Drummey Jeremiah, coupe, b.3 Fourth 

" William H. laborer, h. 3 Fourth 
Druramond David S. bicycle repairer, 

b. 27 Blanche 
" George H. clerk, b. 27 Blanche 
' John H. laborer, h. 27 Blanche 
" Joseph, Jr. h. 1033 Mass. ave. 
" Owen, laborer, b. 9 Marney 

Thomas F. photographic engraver, 
B. h. 15 Lawrence 
Drury Walter, gas fitter, h. 169 Main 
Drynan Michael, laborer, b. 48 Porter 
Duane Charles W. Rev. rector Christ 
church, B. h. 23 Ware 
" William, instructor, H.U. b.23 Ware 
Duback John, barber, 1229 Cambridge, 

h. 20 Carlisle 
Dube Dennis, blacksmith, h. &£> Sher- 
man 
" Joseph, painter, 57 Cedar, h. do. 
Dubeau Elie, foreman, N. M. Cofran 

& Co. h. New 
Dubey George, teamster, h. 23 Pioneer 

ave. 
Ducey Catherine Mrs. h. r. 7 Appian 
Way 
" William L. clerk, 205 Broadway, b. 

at Watertown 
Ducharme John W. hairdresser, 26A. 
Brattle, h. 454 Broadway 
Lydia Mrs. ladies' hairdresser, 603 
Mass. ave. h. 454 Broadway 
Duckrey James H. pastor, Mt. Olive 
Baptist church, h. 32 Magnolia 
ave 
Duclos Louis, brickmaker, h. rear 42 
Montgomery 
Peter, carpenter, h. 48 Harding 
Duddy Robert, court officer, court 
house, Third, h. at Somerville 
Thomas, laborer, h. 1019 Cambridge 
suite 7 
Dudey Thomas, blacksmith, b. 16 Mid- 

dlesex 
Dudley Augustus W. physician, 1919 

Mass. ave. rms. do 
" Charles F. h. 18 Kidder 
" Charles W. b. 18 Kidder 
" Edward L. clerk, B. h. 6 Reed 
Francis E, city teamster, h. 81 
Rice 
' George L. student, b. 1 Gardner 



Dudley Helen A. music teacher, b. 72a 

Inman 
" Howland, student, H.U. b. 24 Avon 

Hill 
" Mary E. h. 17 Dunster 

DUDLEY SANFORD H. coun- 
sellor, 95 Milk, rm. 71, B. house 24 
Avon Hill. See page 852 
" Walter, hostler, h. 33 Brewery 
" Warren P. sec. civil service com. of 
Mass. State House, h. 17 Dunster 
" William B. confectionery, h. 1 

Gardner 
Dudman Frank E. 1051 Mass. ave. h. 

29 Putnam ave. 
Duff Chas. T. (Duff Spring- Co.), 39 
Harvard h. at Arlington 
" Daniel F. laborer, b. 39 Warren 
" David, carpenter, h. 4 King Place 
" John, cooper, h. 453 Winsor 
" John W. salesman, 530 Main, rms. 

21 Inman 
" Spring Co. (Charles T. Duff), car- 
riage springs, 39 Harvard 
Duffe Edward H. foreman, h. 144 Web- 
ster ave. 
Duffette Simeon, boiler maker, h. 121 

Webster ave. 
Duffy Ann, widow of James J. h. 166 

Fifth 
" Annie, dressmaker, 1299 Cambridge, 

b. do. 
" Barnard, plumber, b. 31 Franklin 
" Bros, painters, 579 Cambridge 
" B. M. nurse, rms. 28 Lowell 
" C. Louis, clerk, B. b. 52 Hancock 
" Edward G. painter, h. 11 Eighth 
" Edward H. bricklayer, h. 144 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Francis, carpenter, h. 313 Concord 

ave. 
" Frank, at 169 Gore, b. 1299 Cam- 
bridge 
" Henry J. grocer, 143 Norfolk, b. 52 

Hancock 
" Hug-h, plasterer, b. 3 Jefferson 
" James, laborer, h. 269 Vine 
" James A. pressman, 1284 Mass. ave. 

b. at Waltham 
" James J. at Am. Rub. Co. h. 166 

Fifth 
" James L. printer, B. h. 52 Hancock 
" James R. at 195 Pleasant, B. h. 178 
Lake View ave. 

" James V. (Jas. V. Duffy & Co.) 
dry goods, 139a Harvard, b. 52 
Hancock 

" James V. & Co. (Jas. V. Duffy), 

dry goods, 139A Harvard 
" John, fireman, 29 Franklin, h.31 do. 



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" 'I 



Duffy John, shoemaker, 44 Kiver, h. 
718 Mass. ave. 
" John B. machinist, h. 109 Third 
" John L. at 169 Gore, b. 1299 Cam- 
bridge . 
" John T. hostler, h. 24 Blanche 
" Joseph, brass finisher, b. 166 Fifth 
" Leo, city laborer, h. 3 Holly ave. 
" Mary A. Mrs. h. 198 Vine 
" Mary E. Mrs. clerk, 145 Hampshire, 

h. 167 do. 
" Michael, engineer, h. 292 Webster 

ave. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 68 Broadway 
" Michael, Jr. clerk, b. 292 Webster 

ave. 
" Owen E. laborer, h. 4 Hotel Tem- 

pleton 
" Patrick, brass finisher, b. 220 Win- 

sor 
" Peter, gardener, h. r. 1010 Cam- 
bridge 
" Philip B. furniture, 999 Cambridge, 

h. 16 Otter 
" Stephen H. furniture polisher, h. 
124 Charles 
Thomas, laborer, h. 18 Hunting 
Thomas J. laborer, b. 45 Sargent 
William, shoemaker, 147 Pine, h. 
121 do. 
" William H. plumber, h. 4 Watson 

" , widow, h. 79 Hampshire 

Dufour Archille, brickmaker, h. 49 
Sherman 
" Arthur, butter, ets. h. 139 Walden 
" Michel, brickmaker, h. 55 Sherman 
Dufur William H. h. 14 Union 
Dugan Charles H. clerk, 1238 Mass. 
ave. h. at Somerville 
' Dennis, rubber worker, b. 25 Berk- 
shire 
" James, stonemason, b. 33 Harvey 
" Jane, widow of Thomas, h. 17 
Beaver 
Michael, h. 8 Baldwin st. ct. 
Timothy, laborer, b. 12 Leighton ct. 
see Doogan 
Duggan Catherine, widow of John, h. 

6 Hunting 
" Cornelius, h. 136 Gore 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 1 Seventh 
" Walter, h. 40 Ninth 

Duggin Edward, brass finisher, h. 66 
Broadway 

Duhig Joanna, widow of Daniel T. h. 
12 Wright 

" Mary A. widow of Michael, h. 115 
Hancock 

Duke Cornelius, car cleaner, h. 63 
Hastings 






Duke Georg'e, coachman, h. 167 Hamp- 
shire 
Dukeshare George W. carpenter, b. 9 
Oak circle 

" Harriet, widow of Daniel F. h. 9 
Oak circle 

" Reuben A. confectionery, h. 9 Oak 

circle 
Dulin Charles G. real estate, h. 1679 

Mass. ave. 
Dumas George V. piano action maker, 

Osborn, h 124 Austin 
Dumbrisky Martin, cabinet maker, h. 
335 Vine 

" William M. adv. agent, h. 563 Cam- 
bridge 
Dunbar Abby, widow of Luther W. h. 
7 William 

" Agnes, laundry, 71 Inman, h. do. 

" Charles F. Prof, of Political Econo- 
my, H.U. h. 64 Highland 

" Cornelia, widow of John, h. 40 
Plymouth 

" Frank A. milk inspector, City Hall, 
and physician, 44 Brattle and 
64 Highland, h. do. 

" Herbert W. clerk, 566 Mass. ave. b. 
Hotel Inman 

" James, wheelwright, h. 254 Hamp- 
shire 

" Leverett B. foreman, State, cor. Os- 
born. b. 47 Franklin 

" Lewis E. clerk, B. h. 21 Webster 
ave. 

" Sarah, widow of Obed, h. 39 Austin 

" William, plumber, B. b. 254 Hamp- 
shire 

" William H. lawyer, 220 Devonshire, 
B. b. 64 Highland 
Duncan Frederick, machinist, b. 294 
Broadway 

" George watchman, h. 21 Auburn 

" George, watchman, 168 Main. h. r. 
46 Pine 

" Matthew, laborer, h. 28 Clifton 

" Payson W. clerk, B. b. 22 Essex 

" William P. lawyer, 172 Washington. 

rm. 8, B. h. 22 Essex 
Dundale Joseph, core maker, b. 124 
Spring 

Dunham Charles W. clerk, B. h. 57 
Franklin 

" Edward P. printer, b. 17 Wendell 

" Fred, bookkeeper, B. h. 19 Tremont 

" Henry T. clerk, B. h. 93 Gushing' 

" Lovey P. widow of Edward P. h. 
17 Wendell 

" Nellie J. Mrs. dressmaker, 93 Cu sit- 
ing, h. do. 



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213 



Dnnklee Florabel, literary work, Tre- 
raont Temple, B. h. 35 Trow- 
bridge 
Dunlap Edward A. student, b. 41 
Church 
" Frederick A. piano action maker, 

h. 16 Fisk pi. 
" John, coachman, h. 12 Lopez 
" John, hose maker, b. 722 Main 
" Martha M. widow, h. 16 Fisk pi. 
" Samuel, laborer, h. 121 Third 
" Thomas A. b. 121 Third 
" Thomas H. lumberman, h. 170 

Pleasant 
" see Dunlop 
Dunlea Daniel, boiler maker, h. 117 

Harvard 
" Joanna, widow of Patrick, h. 3 

East 
" Joseph, rubber worker, b. 117 Har- 
vard 
William J. teamster, 66 Bridge, b. 
3 East 
Dunlop James W. real estate, 104 
Sears bldg. B. b. 1268 Mass. ave. 
" John W. student, b. 1268 Mass ave. 
" Judson, carpenter, h. 41 Columbia 
" Margaret P. widow of John, board- 
ing" house, 1268 Mass. ave. 
Dnnmore William E. janitor, h. 4 

Village 
Dunn Alexander, bookkeeper, River- 
side Press, h. 31 Park 
1 Andrew P. h. 25 Magazine 
' Charles H. stone cutter, h. 89 

Green 
' Christina, widow of Thomas, h. 12 

Park 
' Christopher, driver, 438 Mass. ave. 

b. 18 Green 
" Ellen, widow of Peter, h. 595 Main 
" Helen M. F. Mrs. h. 19 Hillside ave. 

Hiram A. laborer, h. 90 Harvard 
' James, hostler, b. 115 Kinnaird 
' James, plasterer, 632 Mass. ave. h. 

16 Magee 
' James, Jr. conductor, h. 16 Magee 
' James B. Rev. h. 68 Lake View ave. 
' James B. Jr. b. 68 Lake View ave. 
' James F. plumber, h. 134 Gore 
James J. wood worker, h. 3 Rogers 
court 
' James S. teamster, b. 77 Plympton 
' Jeremiah, lead maker, h. 26 Lam- 
bert 
John, book finisher. Riverside 

Press, b. 12 Park 
John, bookkeeper, 694 Mass. ave. 
h. 18 Florence 
' John, laborer, h. 62 Winter 
John, laborer, h. 24 Lambert 



Dunn John, laborer, h. 33 Lambert 
" John, laborer, b. 58 Bristol 
" John C. piano polisher, b. 133 Pine 
" John P. boiler maker, 72 Main, h. 

133 Pine 
" John P. horseshoer, h. 140 Tre- 

mont 
" John W. galvanizer, h. 34 Wash- 
ington 
" Peter, clerk, b. 595 Main 
" Richard M. teamster, 284 Norfolk, 

h. 58 Bristol 
" Robert, laborer, h. 169 Thorndike 
" Robert A. carpenter, h. 77 Plymp- 
ton 
" Thomas, fireman, h. 186 Bridge 
" Thomas F. painter, b. 140 Tremont 
" Thomas F. tinsmith, B. b. Mansion 

House 
" William, driver, 438 Mass. ave. b. 

18 Green 
" William, hose maker, b. 331 Main 
" William K. book finisher, h. 24 Jay 
" William W. clerk, b. 25 Magazine 
" see Dunne, also Donn 
Dunne John A. at Observatory, h. 115 
Lexington ave. 
" John A. H. h. 115 Lexington ave. 
Dunnells George B. b. 31 Fifth 
" Jane, widow of Samuel, h. 31 Fifth 
" Wendell H. driver, 54 Ellery, b. do. 
Dunnett John, newspaper carrier, b. 

7 Austin 
Dunning Arthur W. b. 11 Dana 
" Edwin J. h. 47a Wendell 
" John, cabinet maker, h. 17 Auburn 
Dunphy Charles E. car conductor, h. 
846 Main 
" Elbridg-e, clerk, b. 1305 Cambridge 
" John, painter, h. 178 Thorndike 
" Jonathan, motorman, h. 1305 Cam- 
bridge 
" William, core maker, h. 95 Fifth 
Duinsett Mary E. widow of Charles, h. 

33 Union 
Dunton Charles, C. E. L. Co. b. 251 

Western ave. 
Dupee Harry E. b. 135 Cambridge 

" Henry F. clerk, 439 Mass. ave. rms. 
434 do. 

" Stephen G. fresco painter, h. 110 
Hampshire 

Dupres Adolphe, tinsmith, h. 239 
Franklin 

Duranien Harry, shade fixture maker, 

lb. 104 Plympton 
Durant Eliza W. Mrs. h. 60 Walker 

DURANT HARRY B. merchant 
tailor, 31 Boylston, b. 109 Museum. 
See page 9 



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Durant John M. W. student, H. U. b. 
60 Walker 
" John S. painter. B. h. 17 Wright 

DURANT WILLIAM B. lawyer, 
19 Congress, B. h. 9 Lowell. See 
page 855 
Dnrbin George, laborer, b. 211 Putnam 

ave. 
Durdle Levi, iron worker, b. 17 y 2 

Marney 
" Margaret, widow of Joseph, h. 17 y 2 
Marney 
Dnren Orlando H. printer, B. h. 45 

Creighton 
Durfee Charles L. coachman, 13 Wa- 

terhouse, h. 45 Sacramento 
Durgin Arthur K. (C. E. Durgin & 
Son) 231 Pearl, b. 140 Magazine 
" Asa, pres. Camb. Ice Co. 122 Hamp- 
shire, h. at Somerville 
" Augustus, watchman, P. O., B. h. 

140 Antrim 
" Charles C. engineer, b. 114 Thorn- 
dike 
" Charles E. (C. E. Durgin & Son), 
grocer, 231 Pearl, h. 140 Maga- 
zine 
" C. E. & Son (Charles E. and Arthur 

K.) grocers, 231 Pearl 
" Edward, blacksmith, h. 24 Webster 

ave. 
" George F. driver, 2004 Mass. ave. h. 

12 Regent 
' George T. carpenter, b. 12 Regent 
" James, bookbinder, b. 315 River 
' James H. laborer, h. 18 Harvard 
" Mary, widow of Matthew, h. 88 

Plympton 
" Percy, blacksmith, h. 76 Thorndike 
Durham John W. mason, h. 108 Colum- 
bia 
" Mark, laborer, h. 88 Auburn 
" Samuel E. student, h. 135 Banks 
Durnan James E. teamster, b. 124 Gore 
' James H. grocer, 997 Cambridge, h. 

at Somerville 
" John, driver, 1402 Mass. ave. h. 248 

Franklin 
" Julia T. clerk, 1227 Cambridge, b. 

at Somerville 
" Peter P. (Durnan & Son), 255 Cam- 
bridge, h. 124 Gore 
" Peter P. Jr. (Durnan & Son), 255 
Cambridge, b. 124 Gore 
Thomas, laborer, b. 181 Franklin 
" William, laborer, h. 181 Franklin 

William, Jr. lab'rer, b. 181 Franklin 

" & Son (Peter P. and Peter P. Jr.), 

furniture movers, 255 Cambridge 

Durnin Thomas, salesman, h. 324 Green 

Duross John, laborer, h. 108 Sixth 



Duroy Charles W. bookbinder, b. 923 

Mass. ave. 
Durrell Oliver H. small wares, 108 

Kingston, B. h. 17 Dana 
Duryea Abraham R. foreman, B. W. H. 

& R. Co. h. 352 Broadway 
Duseault Fred O. clerk, b. 126 Columbia 
" Henri, tinsmith, 442 Mass. ave. b. 
126 Columbia 
Dustin Marcellus, iceman, h. 143 Sec- 
ond 
" Warren P. Mrs. h. 30 Arlington 
Dutcher Georgianna P. Mrs. teacher, 
Wyman school, h. 37 Fairfield 
" Herbert M. student, h. 37 Fairfield 
Dutton Albert L. milkman,h.56 Fourth 
" Charles, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 155 Otis 
" Margaret Mrs. boarding house, 22 
Green 
Duvernois Edward A. bookkeeper, 1420 

Mass. ave. h. 209 Green 
Duvey Frank (Elliott & Duvey), fur- 
niture mover, 2 Holyoke, h. 1170 
Mass. ave. 
" Mary Mrs. dressmaker, 1170 Mass. 
ave. h. do. 
D wight Marion McG. teacher, 79 Brat- 
tle, b. at Boston 
Dwyer Andrew, crackers, b. 153 Charles 
" Andrew F. clerk, P. O. 647 Mass. av. 

b. 19 Mt. Auburn 
" Catherine Mrs. h. 5 Second st. ct. 
" Edmund, h. 238 Broadway 
" Edmund, janitor, h. 41 Rindge 
" Edward, at R. P. b. 119 Banks 
" Edward L. clerk, b. 118 Pearl 
" Henry B. upholsterer, b. 52 Bridge 
" James, gardener, b. 10 Brewer 
" James, glassblower, b. 291 Elm 
" James E. iron worker, h. 296 Co- 
lumbia 
" James J. laborer, h. r. 21 South 
" Jane, widow of Michael, h. 19 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Joanna, widow of Daniel, h. 291 

Elm 
" John, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 16 Ply- 
mouth 
" John, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 10 Sixth 
" John, h. 27 Seventh 
" John, laborer, h. 15 y 2 Marney 
" John, leather, 248 Congress, B. h. 

113 Pearl 
" John, mason's tender, h. 14a Sev- 
enth 
" John, teamster, b. 169 Main 
" John, varnisher, h. 54 Bridge 
" John E. physician, 15 Norfolk, h. do. 
" John L. printer, h. 20 Carlisle 
" John P. hairdresser, B. h. 164 Chest- 
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Dwyer John S. Mrs. dressmaker, 45 
Jackson, h. do. 

" John T. clerk, 81 Milk, B. h. 118 An- 
trim 

" Margaret, widow of John, h. 52 Ply- 
mouth 

" Mary A. cleansing 1 and dyeing - , 1912 
Mass. ave. b. at Water town 

" Mary T. music teacher, b. 118 Pearl 

" Matthew, blacksmith, B. h. 11 Sar- 
gent 

" Matthew, laborer, h. 119 Banks 

" Michael, at H. M. Sawyer & Sons, 
b. 5 Second st. ct. 

" Michael, laborer, b. 52 Bridge 

" Michael, laborer, h. 13 Foster 

" Michael J. printer, B. b. 232 Brook- 
line 

" Michael M. lineman, Murray, rms. 
12 Eliot 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 153 Charles 

" Richard J. sub. letter carrier, h. 52 
Plymouth 

" Thomas, rubber worker, b. 16 Plj'- 
mouth 
Thomas A. laborer, b. 52 Bridge 

" Thomas F. printer, 90 Sudbury, B. 
b. 238 Broadway 
Thomas J. laborer, h. 71 Cambridge 

" Thomas J. teamster, h. 169 Main 
William, painter, 730 Mass. ave. 

" William G. motorman, h. 84 Brook- 
line 

" William J. asst. pastor, St. .Mary's 

church, h. 121 Norfolk 

Dyar Charles W. editorial writer, 

242 Washington, B. h.21 Summer 

Dyer Charlotte T. widow of Layton 

W. h. 225 Broadway 

" Edward, piano maker, rms. 13 Web- 
ster ave. 

" Frances W. Mrs. h. 10 Kidder 

" Frank, painter, rms. 42 Austin 

" George F. asst. supt. 162 Broadway, 
h. 28 Ellsworth ave. 

" George R. drug clerk, B. b. 28 Will- 
iam 

" Henry B. student, H. U. h. 77 Pem- 
berton 

" Herbert H. bookkeeper 655 Mass. 

ave. b. 28 Ellsworth ave. 
' John, teamster, b. 171 Sherman 

" John L. student, H. U. b. 25 Mt. 
Pleasant 

" Joseph, foreman, B. b. 134 River 
' Maria, widow of John E. h. 134 

River 
' Maria L. widow of George W. 
h. 56 Erie 

' Randolph A. cabinet maker, h. 28 
William 



Dyer Simeon D. whol. shoes, 135 Fed- 
eral, B. h. 25 Mt. Pleasant 
" Thomas, stone cutter, h. 19 Har- 
vard 
" Walter S. clerk, B. b. 134 River 
" William, student, b. 25 Mt. Pleasant 
Dykens Joseph, teamster, h. 84 

Fifth 
" William, teamster, b. 84 Fifth 
Dyme Simon A. real estate, B. h. 264 

Western ave. 
Dynan John P. painter, h. 33 Webster 
ave. 
" Martin, expressman, h. 855 Cam- 
bridge 
" Nicholas, laborer, h. 259 Portland 
" Nicholas, Jr. clerk, b. 259 Portland 
" Thomas F. police station 2, h. 108^4 
Inman 
Dyson John H. foreman, B. h. 322 
Western ave. 
" ]\oble, stonecutter, h. 2 Corliss pi. 

EADIE JOHN, grocer, 281a Broad- 

wa}% h. 54 Antrim 
Eagan Jeremiah J. clerk, b. 157 Cam- 
bridge 

" John H. planer, h. 134 Gore 

" Julia, widow of Michael, h. 157 
Cambridge 

" Martin, brakeman, h. 1 Mullens ct. 

" Michael, brass finisher, h. 157 
Cambridge 

" Michael J. motorman, rms. 37 Au- 
burn pi. 

" Patrick, teamster, h. 42 Grigg 

" William, laborer, h. 9 Lambert 

" William F. clerk, h. 16 East 

" see Aigin also Egan 
Eagles Amos, confectioner, b. 220 
Prospect 

" John, confectioner, h. 249 Prospect 
Eagleston George H. at Am. Rub. Co. 

h. 3 Rogers ct. 
Eagleston Garfield, milkman, 2 Fos- 
ter, b. do. 

" Joseph, b. 2 Foster 

" Thomas J. book edge gilder, b. 2 
Foster 

" Thomas J. clerk, B. b. 229 Hamp- 
shire 

" Thomas S. plumber, 1233 Cam- 
bridge, h. 2 Foster 

" William, carpenter, h. 22 Hews 

" William A. cook, h. 229 Hampshire 
Eames Francis J. blacksmith, W. E. 
St. Ry. Co. h. 28 Dunster 

" Sarah A. widow of Luther J. h. 74 
Pleasant 

Earl Charles F. clerk, b. 250 River 

" Henry, printer, h. 250 River 



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Earl John, carpenter, h. 3 Coolidge pi. 
Earle Charles C. Rev. h. 322 Broadway 
" John, teamster, h. 685 Main 
" Walter F. teller, First National 
Bank, and notary, b. 8 Centre 
" William, h. 16 Healey 
Early Daniel J. bookbinder, R. P. b. 
15 Brown 
" Frank, at Am. Rnb. Co. b. 39 Jef- 
ferson. 
" James, laborer, b. 39 Jefferson 
" James A. engine cleaner, B. b. 1 

Magazine 
" Johanna, widow of Cormick, h. 91 

Clark 
" John, at 169 Gore, b. 39 Jefferson 
" John, shoemaker, h. 15 Brown 
" John E. compositor, b. 15 Brown 
' John H. candy maker, b. 91 Clark 
" Josephine, b. 91 Clark 
"Mary, widow of John, h. 39 Jeffer- 
son 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 19 Harvard 
Easly Christopher, elevator man, B. h. 

31 Union 

East Cambridge Club Stable, First, cor. 
Otis 

EAST CAMBRIDGE LAND 
CO. 28 State, rm. 39, B. Seep. 16 
" Cambridge Station, B. & M. R. R. 

foot of Third 
" Cambridge Storage Co. 277 Bridge, 

Boston office, 19 Doane 
" Charles W. box maker, b. 263 

Broadway 
" John W. teamster, h. 263 Broadway 

EAST CAMBRIDGE SAV- 
INGS BANK, 294 Cambridge. 

See page 778 
Easter William A. carriage mnfr. 2452 

Mass. ave. h. 69 Rice 
Easterman Frank, junk dealer, h. 294 

Webster ave. 
Eastern Expanded Metal Co. 10 Frank- 
lin 
Eastman Charles R. instructor, H. U. 
h. 356a Harvard 
" Franklin C. reed maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 3 Soden 
" George, h. 9% Roseland 
' Thomas H. foreman, 99 Main 
" William A. laborer, h. 83 Gore 
Easton Emma G. h. 175 Mt. Auburn 

" Margaret, widow of Charles C. h. 

32 Howard 

" Margaret E. Mrs. h. 175 Mt. Auburn 

" Thomas H. foreman, Ayers wharf, 
h. 208 Winsor 

Eatmon Robert I 4 , hostler, 907 Mass. 
ave. 



Eaton Addie L. h. 12 Ash st. pi. 
" Alice Hardy Mrs. h. 50 Erie 
" Charles, rms. 74 Harvard 
" Charles W. (Brock & Eaton). 1362 

Mass. ave. h. Hotel Beacon. 372 

Oxford 
" David O. hardware, 9 Washington, 

B. h. 114 Huron ave. 

EATON DELBERT A. apothe- 
cary, 31 Brattle, h. 31a Mellen. 
See page 848 
' Ella F. b. 195 Hamilton 
' Frederick M. chairs and mattresses, 

351 Broadway, b. 48 Amory 
' George F. Rev. h. 118 Oxford 
' Hal R. clerk, b. 17 Dana 
' Horace, treasurer, 20 Equitable 
Bldg. B. h. 20 Elmwood ave. 
Horace A. student, H. U. b. 20 Elm- 
wood ave. 
Joseph L. R. beef, h. 12 Rice 
' Maria S. teacher, at Brookline. rms. 

21 Walker 
' Nellie, widow of Peter, h. 157 Ray- 
mond 
' Philip D. clerk, 104 Kingston, B. 

b. 24 Rockingham 
' Walter F. drug clerk, 31 Brattle, 

rms. do. 
' Walter R. engineer, C. E. Light Co. 

h. 25 Whitney ave. 
' William H. jeweler, 9 Harvard row, 

h. 90 Hammond 
' William H. packer, h. 2 l / 2 William 
' William R. salesman, 62 Hamp- 
shire, h. at Somerville 
Ebair Plennie, box maker, b. 3 Hamp- 
shire 
Eccles David, collector, h. 68 Prospect 

" Harry, salesman, b. 7 Broadway 
Ecker Leopold, shoemaker, h. r. 5 
Union 
" Louis E. piano tuner, b. r. 5 Union 
" see Aker, also Acker 
Eckert Valentine, janitor, Beck Hall, 

1201 Mass. ave. h. do. 
Eckman Axel, wire worker, h. 81 
Brookline 
" Ingrid Mrs. grocer, 81 Brookline, h. 
do. 
Edberg John W. laborer, h. 77 Wash- 
ington 
Eddy Alice A. nurse, 80 Ellery, h. do. 
" Annie, widow of Horatio N, h. 45 

River 
" Charles S. clerk, h. 54 Franklin 
" Imogene W. Mrs. at Observatory, 

h. 10 Acacia 
" Mabel, principal, Boardman kin- 
dergarten school, b. 67 Dana 
" P. E. ins. B. b. 400 Broad wav 



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217 



Biddy Sarah S. Mrs. h. 67 Dana 
Edgehill Martha, widow of Samuel S. 
h. 68 Kinnaird 
" Kobert M. clerk, 25 Bay, b. 68 Kin- 
naird 
" Walter St. C. clerk, 25 Bay, b. 68 

Kinnaird 
" William J. clerk, b. 68 Kinnaird 
Edgerly Alfred H. clerk, 6:54 Mass. ave. 
b. 322 Broadway 
" Caroline L. widow of D. Mark, h. 

322 Broadway 
" D. Wilbert, student, M. I. T., B. b. 

86 Franklin 
" Ellen A. widow of Daniel W. h. 86 

Franklin 
" Nellie A. Mrs. dressmaker, 99 Aus- 
tin, h. do. 
Edkins Benjamin, mason, h. 37 Berk- 
shire 
Edlund Charles F. upholsterer, and va- 
riety store, 879 Main, h. do. 
Edman Emil, clerk, B. h. 19 Amory 
Edmands Harry C. salesman, 50 Com- 
mercial, B. h. 30% Shepard 
" J. Rayner, at Observatory, h. 61 

Garden 
" Mille M. Mrs. h. 36 Walker 
Edmanson Ernst W. waiter, la.. 992 

Cambridge 
Edmonds John J. carp'ter, 113 Broad- 
way, b. 30 Berkshire 
" Peter, laborer, h. 30 Berkshire 
" Peter L. sailor, b. 30 Berkshire 
" William A. printer, h. 442 Winsor 
" William B. seaman, b. 30 Berkshire 
Edmundson Samuel J. moulder, h. 316 

Third 
Ed son William, patent solicitor, 12 

Pearl, B. h. 105 Lexington ave. 
Edwards Annie, widow, h. 22 Harding 
" Charles, janitor, h. 49 Hayes 
" Charles B. harness cleaner, 2 Eus- 

tis, h. at West Medford 
" Charles L. Mrs. h. 30 Bigelow 
" Edward, laborer, h. 151 Hastings 
" Frank P. produce, 15 Blackstone, 

B. h. end Olney ave. 
" Fred R. clerk, B. b. 37 Rindge ave. 
" George C. painter, 34 Dunster, h. 

39 y 2 Holyoke 
' George M. stock ironer, 682 Mass. 

ave. h. at Maiden 
" John H. t'mster, 2 Mill, h. 15 Grant 
" Leander, tinsmith, h. 224a Franklin 
" Lewis A. h. 37 Rindge ave. 
" Lillian E. bookkeeper, 22 Boylston, 

b. 84 Wendell 
' Margaret, widow, h. Elm, near Lin- 
coln 
" Michael, h. 503 Winsor 



Edwards Richard, conductor, U. S. 
mail car, h. 62 River 

" Richard H. asst. bookkeeper, 53 
State, B. h. 78 Washington ave. 

" Russell S. produce, 15 Blackstone. 
B. h. 37 Rindge ave. 

" Truman G. h. 2222 Mass. ave. 

" Wellington, laborer, h. 151 Hastings 

" William, junk collector, h. 503 Win- 
sor 

" William, Jr. driver, b. 503 Winsor 

EDWARDS WILLIAM J. 
painter and paper hangings, etc. 

22 Boylston, h. 84 Wendell. See 

page 802 
Edwardson David C. baker, h. 75 Jay 
Egan Albert, clerk, h. 383 Prospect 
" Alphonso, gardener, b. 7 Line 
" Charles F. clerk, 1248 Cambridge, b. 

125 do. 
" Charles J. clerk, 1108 Mass. ave. b. 

7 Line 
" Ellen, widow of Martin, h. 216 

Franklin 
" H. Martin, dentist, 579 Mass. ave. b. 

216 Franklin 
" Inglis M. letter carrier, 28 Brattle, 

h. 365 Harvard 
" James E. painter, b. 97 Pearl 
" John, boots and shoes, 1108 Mass. 

ave. h. 7 Line 
" Margaret, widow of James, h. 97 

" Matilda A. h. 7 Line 
" see Eagen, also Aigen 
Egberg Marie, widow of Hans, h. 1 

Douglass pi. 
Egelin Ernest, paper box maker, b. 

232 Broadway 
Eggleston Charles H. machinist, h. 241 

Norfolk 
" see Eagleston 
Eginton Thomas, plumber, 694 Mass. 

ave. b. 381 Putnam ave. 
Egland Robert, cook, b. 109 Clark 
Egleston John B. b. 65 Lincoln 
Eiffert George E. machinist, h. 86 

Fourth 
Eisenhauer Prior, carpenter, h. 3S 

Howard 
Ek Alfred, laborer, h. 4 Harvard pi. 
Ekberg John, painter, rms. 8 Essex 

" Oscar, carpenter, rms. 8 Essex 
Eker Charles, cigar maker, b. 123& 

Cambridge 
Eklund Hilda, housekeeper, 37 Fifth 
Ekman Axel, laborer, h. 79 Brookline 
Ekmark Swan, carpenter, h. 164 

Pleasant 
Ekstrom Anton, coppersmith, h. 4 Pio- 
neer 



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Ela Paul F. physician, 972 Mass. ave. 
h. do. 

ELA RICHARD, lawyer and 
Standard Turning Works, 122 
Broadway and 53 State, rm. 1053, 
B. h. 13 Ash. See back cover 
" Walter, physician, 125G Mass. ave. 
h. 13 Ash 
Elden Silas A. telephone inspector, h. 

87 Plymouth 
Elder Daniel G. laborer, b. 291 Pearl 
" Edward W. plumber, b. 291 Pearl 
" Julia A. widow of Alexander, h. 

291 Pearl 
" Samuel, laborer, h. 101 Cushing' 
Elderd Alice, wddow of Jordan, h. 5 

Carlisle 
Eldredge George B. collector, B. h. 15 
Andrew 
" Henry C. machinist, b. 15 Andrew 
" Julia D. Mrs. dressmaker, h. 195 

Auburn 
" Seth N. clerk, h. 209 Green 
" Thomas P. iron worker, h. 84 Pearl 
Eldridge Harmony P. Mrs., matron, 
Almshouse, h. do. 
" Martin L. supt. Almshouse, Tan- 
nery, h. do. 
" Samuel W. telegrapher, 109 State, 
B. h. 23 Ellery 
Elertson Emil, painter, 22 Boylston, 

b. 26 Fairmont 
Elfman Simeon, shoemaker, 196 River, 

h. at Boston 
Eliot Charles W. pres. H. U. office, 5 
University Hall, h. 17 Quincy 
" John, salesman, B. h. 32 Irving" 
; ' see Elliot and Elliott 
Elkington Laura C. Mrs. bookkeeper, 
27 Brookline, b. 542 Mass. ave. 
Elkins Alonzo, salesman, B. h. 112 

Henry 
Ellard Michael, cooper, h. 38 Ninth 
Ellich Frank, floor layer, h. 15 Claren- 
don ave. 
Elligar Antone, laborer, h. 25 Winter 
Elliot Julia B. Mrs. h. 35 Highland 

ave. 
Elliott Charles, h. 1 Broadway 
" Charles, h. 6 Mt. Auburn' 
' David, motorman b. 2366 Mass. ave. 
" Edward, baker, h. 12 Cameron 
' Edward, blacksmith, h. 23 Aber- 
deen ave. 
" Edward B. engineer, Laminar Fibre 

Co. h. at W. Somerville 
*' Florence, h. 32 Cottage 
" Francis M. h. 21 Howard 
" Frank, barber, 47 Fifth, h. at Bos- 
ton 
•" Fred S. at 932 Cambridge, b. 993 do. 



Elliott James (Elliott & Duvey), furni- 
ture mover, 2 Holyoke 
" Mary, widow, h. 5 Sacramento 
" Robert L. carpenter, b. 13 Fair- 
mont ave. 
" William, baker, h. 54 Reed 
" William, gardener, 2270 Mass. ave. 

h. 7 Reed 
" William, (William Elliott & Co.), 

97 Boylston, h. 663 Huron ave. 
" William & Co. (William Elliott and 
William H. Brunt), carriage 
mnfrs. 97 Boylston 

EL.L.IOTT & DUVEY (James 
Elliott and Frank Duvey), furni- 
ture and piano movers, and stor- 
age, 1 Holyoke. See page 3<. 

" see Eliot also Elliot 
Ellis Albert, waiter, h. 19 Elmer 

" Alexander, carriage agent, h. 18 
Market 

" Benjamin Peirce, rms. 474 Broad- 
way 

" Burton G. clerk, b. 25 Inman 

" Charles W. painter, h. 13 Prospect 

" D. Warren, produce, 21 Merchants 
row, B. h. 109 Huron ave. 

" Edward C. carpenter, h. 7 Willis ct. 

" Elizabeth, widow of Nathan, h. 310 
Prospect 

" Emmons R. produce, 50 South Mar- 
ket, B. h. 1692 Mass. ave. 

" Eva, dressmaker. 14 Davenport, b. 
do. 

" Frank H. draughtsman, 205 Broad- 
way, h. 19 Tremont 

" Fred M. paper hanger, h. 2 Percy 
pi. 

" George H. D. piano key regulator, 
h. 25 Auburn 

" George M. carpenter, h. 30 Fair- 
mont 

" Henry, laborer, h. 140 Pleasant 

" Herbert W. clerk, 80 Pleasant, h. 
39 Prince 

" Herman H. machinist, B. h. 61 Jay 

" Hervey D. h. 19 Tremont 

" Jesse D. waiter, h. 110 Pleasant 

" John E. florist, h. 231 Prospect 

" John G. blacksmith, h. 18 Glen- 
wood ave. 

" Julius C. coachman, h. 66 Bristol 
" Lewis, carpenter, h. 34 Baldwin 
" Lois A. widow of Samuel, h. 13 

Greenough ave. 
" Mellen F. h. 162 Hancock 

" Myra I. teacher, M. T. S. b. 13 
Greenough ave. 

" Robert E. driver, 438 Mass. ave. h. 
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Ellis Rodney F. motorman, rms. 125 

Mt. Auburn 
" Stearns R. stable, 2 Eustis, and 

produce, 50 So. Market, B. h. 22 

Forest 
" Susan Mrs. h. 4, r. 114 Broadway 
" Theodore C. coupe driver, h. 76 

Spring 
" Timothy J. bookbinder, b. 18 Mar- 
ket ' 
" Vinal H. b. 162 Hancock 
" William, cook, h. 61b Grigg 
" William H. h. 256 Western ave. 
" William H. lather, h. 14 Myrtle av. 
" William Raymond, night editor, 

Boston Herald, h. 92 Concord av. 
" William R. (Ellis & Melledge), real 

estate and insurance, 1398 Mass. 

ave. rms. 474 Broadway 
" William S. salesman, B. b. 40 Pearl 

ELLIS & MELLEDGE (Wm R 
Ellis and Robert J. Melledge), real 
estate and insurance, 1398 Mass. 
ave. Harvard sq. and 72 Equitable 
bldg. B. See page 800 

Ellison Frank C. clerk, National Ex- 
change Bank, B. b. 77 Pearl 
" Nahum, clerk, h. 77 Pearl 
' Robert, mail driver, b. 377 Prospect 
' Samuel, laborer, h. 92 Harvard 
" Sewell N. salesman, b. 77 Pearl 
" Thomas J. brass finisher, B. h. 377 

Prospect 
" Willard B. pres. E. S. S. Co. B. b. 77 
Pearl 
Ellis Frances G. Mrs. dressmaker, 229 
Putnam ave, h. do. 
' Mary, teacher, Washington school 
Ellsworth James, laborer, h. 7 Pioneer 

" T. Lyman, h. 1653 Mass. ave. 
Elmore Josephine Mrs. matron, 183 

Hancock, h. do. 
Elston Abraham A. (A. A. Elston & 
Co.), building materials, Broad- 
way, cor. Sixth, h. at Somerville 
'A. A. & Co. building materials, 

Broadway, cor. Sixth 
1 James, real estate, 227 Hampshire, 

h. at Someville 
' John, real estate and builder, 227 

Hampshire, h. at Somerville 
" John F. (A. A. Elston & Co.) build- 
ing materials, Broadway, cor. 
iSixth, h. at Somerville 
" (Michael (M. Elston & Son), con- 
tractor, 310 Main, h. at Somer- 
ville 
1 M. & Son (Michael and William), 
building materials, 310 Main 
William (M. Elston & Son), 310 
Main, h. at Somerville 



Elwood Gus, cigar maker, h. 383 Win- 
sor 

" William, clerk, 2525 Mass. ave. b. 
Harvey 
El word James, sausage maker, b. 
18 Squires ct. 

" Thomas, watchman, h. 18 Squires 
ct. 

" William, sausage maker, b. IS 
Squires ct. 
Ely Robert E. Rev. h. 744 Mass. ave. 
Emberley Lillian, Mary E. and Isa- 
bella, h. Springfield 

" Mary Mrs. h. Springfield 
Emerald George, laborer, b. 8 Clark 
Emerson Baile}^ B. painter, h. 1 Rich- 
dale ave. 

" Charles, confectioner, 443 Mass. av. 
h. 5 Kinnaird 

" Edson S. clerk, 29 Hampshire, b. 5 
Kinnaird 

" Elijah, violin maker, B. h. 101 Wal- 
den 

" Eugene, clerk, 32 East, b. 30 do. 

" George C. wood and coal, 32 East, 
h. 30 do. 

" George L. clerk, 32 Bridge, b. 30 do. 

" Henry H. 91 Huron ave. 

" Jonathan E. printer, h. 1095 Cam- 
bridge 

" Joseph, salesman, B. h. 1 Orchard 

" Mary Adeline, b. 183 Hancock 

" Mary A. widow of William, h. 378 
Broadway 

" Mary F. teacher, Harvard school, 
b. 378 Broadway 

" Robert L. b. 395 Broadway 

" Thomas H. Mrs. h. 400 Broadway 

" William H. molasses, 40 Central, B. 
h. 395 Broadway 
Emerton Ephraim, prof, of ecclesias- 
tical history, H. U. h. 19 
Chauncy 
Emery Clara Mrs. h. 9a Erie 

" Fred O. optician, 453 Mass. ave. 
rms. 51 Columbia 

" George, woven hose, h. 46 Clark 

" George F. clerk, b. 83 Webster ave. 

" Grenville C. teacher, B. h. 15 Follen 

' James A. carpenter, h. 875 Cam- 
bridge 

" James W. asst. inspector of bldgs. 
City Hall, h. 12 Oxford 

" James W. Mrs. h. Hubbard park 

" John B. salesman, B. h. 938 Mass. 
ave. 

" Manning, h. Hubbard park 
' Samuel, tinsmith, 532 Mass. ave. h. 
5 Shepard 

" Thomas, blacksmith, h. 173 Hamp- 
shire 



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Emery William A. laborer, h. 83 Web- 
ster ave. 
" William F. shipper, h. 79 Tremont 

EMERY WOODARD, lawyer, 28 
State, rm. 40, B. h. 160 Brattle. 
See page 16 
" see Emory 
Emmerson William I. supt. Ginn & Co. 

First, h. at -N. Cambridge 
Emmett Richard, pattern maker, h. 

247 Charles 
Emmons Harry B. lawyer, 53 State, B. 
h. 8 Leonard ave. 
" Maria B. Mrs. h. 49 Market 
" Thomas, h. 84 Ellery 
Emond Peter, safe maker, h. 169 Main 
Emory William H. compositor, U. P. 

h. 141 Mt. Auburn 
Empire Laundry Machinery Co. Henry 

S. Porter, pres. 6 Sod en 
Endicott Henry, h. 151 Brattle 
Engbert Carl, rms. 53 Columbia 
Engdahl Samuel, shipper, b. 49 Co- 
lumbia 
Engel Frank, boiler maker, b. 150 
Winsor 
" Stephen, boiler maker, h. 150 Win- 
sor 
" Thomas, boiler maker, b. 150 Win- 
sor 
" William J. clerk, 519 Washington 
ave. b. 150 Winsor 
England Amos, carpenter, h. 40 
Rindge ave. 
" Arthur L. foreman, 702 Mass. ave. 

h. 217 Auburn 
" Charles S. carpenter, b. 292 Colum- 
bia 
" Frank A. carpenter, b. 16 Blake 
" Jemima,widow of William,, board- 
ing house, 16 Blake 
" John, carpenter, h. 2475 Mass. ave. 
" William G. driver, 1402 Mass. ave. 

h. 22 Mill 
English Edward S. glass blower, at 

Somerville, h. 29 Winter 
Engstrom Sven O. salesman, h. 76 

Green 
Ennis Frederick J. machinist, h. 248 
Third 
" William, conductor, b. 1520 Cam- 
bridge 
Eno Theodore, box fitter, h. 16 Stearns 
Enos Frank, driver, b. 86 Cambridge 
" Frank, laborer, h. 44 Spring 
' Joseph, finisher, h. 5 Lambert 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 20 Jefferson 
" Manuel, h. 16 East 
" Manuel, -h. 66 Harvard 
" Manuel, laborer, b. 123 Charles 
" Manuel, laborer, h. 28 Harvard 



Enos Mary, wid. of Peter, h.123 Charles 
" William R. porter, 61 Broad, B. h. 
23 Washington 
Ensherrian Joseph N. h. 47 Lopez 
Ensign Dwight W. h. 6 Bigelow 
Ensworth Frederick A. salesman, h. 3 

Hillside pi. 
Enwright Dennis J. janitor, Cary bldg. 
H. U. h. 15 Surrey 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 42 Stearns 
Epps James S. clerk, 45 Portland, b. 
18 Brewery 
" John T. laborer, 91 Broadway, h. 
18 Brewery 
Erb C. Lafayette, carpenter, h. 6 Doug-- 

lass 
Erhard Frank A. salesman, b. 106 In- 

man 
Erhardt Herman, machinist, h. 59 
Portland 
" Herman, Jr. machinist, 628 Mass. 

ave. b. 59 Portland 
" Rudolph, engineer, h. 182 Thorn- 
dike 
Erickson Andrew, watchman, 10 
Franklin, h. 9 Rockwell 
" Anton E. manager, 1 Hampshire, b. 

171 Broadway 
" August, cabinet maker, 108 Cam- 
bridge, h. 81 Tremont 
" Axel, coppersmith, b. 40 Market 
" Carl Mrs. h. 40 Market 
" Christian, carver, h. 392 Winsor 
" Emil A. seaman, h. 77 Brattle 
" Eric, carpenter, b. 127 Cherry 
" Ernest, coppersmith, b. 40 Market 
" Frank T. piano case maker, h. 81 
Pine 
" John, windmill builder, B. h. 24 

Clark 
" Karl, cabinet maker, b. 23 Market 
" Michel, bridge maker, h. 33 Harvard 
" Oliver F. boot maker, Am. Rub. Co. 

h. 72 Hampshire 
" Oscar, teamster, b. 33 Harvard 
" Oscar T. cashier, 70 Columbus ave. 

B. h. 3 Wallace terrace 
" Per A. gardener, at Observatory, h. 
4 Sherman 
Ericson Axel, finisher, b. 105 Gore 
" Emil, shoemaker, h. 105 Gore 
" Gustaf F.wood mantel mnfr. Smart, 

r. State, h. 97 Pine 
" Leander, machinist, b. 27a Mill 
" Louis, shoemaker, h. 224 Vine 
" Peter E. car conductor, h. 27a Mill 
Ericsson Eric, furniture, h. 195 Broad- 
way 
" Gustaf (Jacob Walerius & Co.) bi- 
cycles, 718 Main, h. 249 Sixth 
Erikson Eric, carpenter, h. 101 Gore 



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Erlich Adolph, carpenter, h. 3 Hamp- 
shire pi. 
Erskine George C. clerk, 231 Pearl, b. 
26 River 
" Henry, plasterer, h. 70 Franklin 
" Henry Mrs. boarding- house, 70 
Franklin 
Esgate Thomas S. b. 203 Harvard 
Esk Charles, hatter, h. 18 Carlisle 
Essex Club Stable, r. 7 Essex 
Estabrook A. Walter, clerk, B. b. 101 
Washington ave. 
" Claude, motorman, b. 35 Rice 
" Harold K. student, N. Y. b. 101 

Washington ave. 
" Joseph D. woolens, 32 Cornhill, B. 

h. 101 Washington ave. 
" Joseph W. 47 No. Market, B. h. 45 

Garfield 
" Robert J. clerk, 35 High B. h. 21 

Ellery 
" Warren R. student, b. 45 Garfield 
Estabrooks Jacob R. engineer, h. 43 J 

Essex 
Estee H. F. manager, Western Union j 
Telegraph Office, G7G Mass. ave. i 
Esterhill Frederick W. cementer, h. I 

190 Hampshire 
Ester lin Andrew, machinist, h. 1 

Cushing" ave. 
Estes Ivory P. carpenter, h. 39 Inman 
" I. Percy, clerk, B. b. 39 Inman 
Estever Elizabeth Mrs. h. 211 Harvard 
" Frederick W. printer, Somerville, 
h. 211 Harvard 
Estey Frederick M. court officer, Court 
House, Third, h. at S. Framing- 
ham 
" Henry R. compositor, B. b. 63 In- 
man 
" Jonathan L. Rev. h. 28 Pleasant 
" Jonathan P. clerk, 110 Elm, h. 28 

Pleasant 
' J. Hatfield, teas, etc. h. 171 Ray- 
mond 
" William H. journalist, h. 29 Fayette 
" William R. clerk, B. b. 29 Fayette 
Etherington Frank K. carpenter, rms. 
97 Austin 
" Frederick W. (Cobb Furniture Co.) 
22 Central sq. b. 227 Western av. 
' Ida, dressmaker, 51 Holyoke, h. do. 
; Thomas, carpenter, h. 227 Western 
ave. 
Ettinger Rose H. widow of Isaac, h. 

227 Putnam ave. 
Eubel Francis, laborer, h. 14 Ninth 
Eugene Joseph, janitor, 474 Broadwav, 
h. do. 

Eunson Thomas W. tinsmith, h. 173 
Hampshire 



Eustace Alexander, h. 3 Lake 
Eustis Albert S. starch, B. h. 21 Forest 
" Frank I. treas. 85 Devonshire, B. h. 

17 Highland 
" James W. mnfr. of metal goods, 19 

Pearl, B. b. 21 Forest 
" see Huestis 
Evans Charles H. wood moulder, h. 297 

Mass. ave. 
" Charles H. printer, h. 53 Pleasant 
" Daniel, moulder, b. 189 Cambridge 
" David, physician, 74 Boylston, B. h. 

1124 Mass. ave. 
" Fred A. clerk, 1S76 Mass. ave. h. 

1916 do. 
" George S. ins. 113 Devonshire, B. h. 

49 Cottage 
" Harry S. hairdresser, B. b. 150 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Henrietta, dressmaker, 150 Mt. Au- 
burn, b. do. 
" Henry B. provisions, 21 Faneuil 

Hall sq. B. h. 106 Inman 
" John, real estate, b. 325 Columbia 
" John H. ins. agent, h. 16 Watson 
" John H. teamster, h. 199Broadway 
" Joseph, saw filer, b. 16 Watson 
" Joseph, teamster, h. 39 Fairmont 

ave. 
" Martha J. widow of William, h. 150 

Mt. Auburn 
" Mercy E. teacher, Willard school 

b/49 Cottage 
" Robert R. painter, h. 36 Washington 
" William Hamilton, machinist, 29 

Hampshire, h. 3 Tremont 
" William H. clerk, Herald office, B. 

b. 49 Cottage 
" William H. engineer, h. 17 Bay 
" William L. bookkeeper, B. h. 231 

Western ave. 
Eveleth Charles M. clerk, B. b. 18 Mar- 
tin 
" William H. supt. H. IT. grounds, h. 

18 Martin 
Evens Ellen H. dressmaker, 31 Pleas- 
ant, b. do. 
" James D. baker, h. 31 Pleasant 
" William H. clerk, b. 31 Pleasant 
Everett Charles C. dean, and Bussey 

prof, of theology, H. U. h. 53 

Garden 
" Edward F. ins. inspector, 71 Kilby, 

rm. 30, B. h. 31 Sacramento 
" Eliza J. Mrs. at Baptist Home, 308 

Brookline 
" Emily, widow of Stevens, h. 23 

Berkeley 

EVERETT GEORGE, supt. 
Conn. Steam Stone Co. 64 First, 
h. at Somerville. See page 810 



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Everett Otis, 53 State, B. h. 10 Arnold 
circle 
" Percival L. h. 10 Arnold circle 
" Rebecca, widow of George, rms. 312 

Cambridge 
" William, picture frame maker, h. 

17 Portsmouth 
44 William A. h. 23 Berkeley 
Everiss Edward H. carriage painter, 
2015 Mass. ave. b. at Somerville 
" Harry, laborer, b. Wm. White- 
house's, Washburn ave. 
Everson Louis, carpenter, h. 77 Broad- 
way 
Ewart Samuel L. stone polisher, h. 5 

Willis ct, 
Ewell Charles, h. 39 Linnaean 
44 Charlotte A. teacher, Peabody 

school, h. 39 Linnaean 
44 Harry B. shoemaker, b. 56 Franklin 
" Thomas B, salesman, 27 Winter, B. 

b. 39 Linnaean 
44 see Yuill 
Exton James P. picture framer, b. 12 

Miller ave. 
Exum John, laborer, h. 15 Line 
Eyles Charles A. clerk, b. 39 Antrim 
44 William E. gardener, h. 39 Antrim 

E& R. LAUNDRY, 682 and 688 
Mass. ave. See page 834 

FABELLA JOSEPH, furniture, h. 35 

Vine 
Fabry Charles, fireman, B. h. r. 49 

Reed 
Fabyan Frances, teacher, Harvard 
school, b. 39 Ellery 
44 Harry C. lawyer, 29 Pemberton sq. 

B. b. 22 Arlington 
44 Joshua E. livery stable, 41 Ellery, 
h. 39 do. 
Facey Charles W. bookbindery, 36 
Prospect, b. 46 Fairmont 
44 John P. pressman, h. 46 Fairmont 

FACEY J. FRANK, printer, 36 
Prospect, h. 275 Putnam ave. See 
page 845 

44 Mary A. music teacher, b. 46 Fair- 
mont 
Pagan John J. stone cutter, b. 375 

Norfolk 
44 Thomas J. stone cutter, b. 375 Nor- 
folk 
44 see Fegan 
Fagersten August, tailor, h. 16 Wash- 
ington 
Fahar Michael, rubber worker, b. 3 

Hampshire 
Faherty Gregory, laborer, b. 12 Suffolk 
Fahey Francis E. h. 10 Hunting 



Fahey James A. barber, 1023 Cam- 
bridge, b. 148 Elm 

" John, coachman, h. 202 Franklin 
Fahv Bridget, widow of John L. gro- 
ceries, 202 Third, h. 204 do. 

" Frank J. J. clerk, 202 Third, b. 204 
do. 

44 Michael, laborer, h. r. 69 Gore 
Failey George T. clerk, Am. Rub. Co. 

h. at Somerville 
Fairbairn Andrew, peddler, b. 214 
Webster ave. 

" Catherine, widow of John, h. 105 
Fifth 

44 Herbert L. teamster, h. 214 Web- 
ster ave. 

" John R. master house correction, 
h. 50 Thorndike 

44 J. Edward, real estate and ins. b. 
50 Thorndike 

44 Matthew, teamster, b. 105 Fifth 

44 William H. salesman, h. 170 Thorn- 
dike 
Fairbank Annie C. rms. 2 Crescent. 
Fairbanks Alfred, carpenter, h. 147 
Putnam ave. 

44 Charles H. manager, J. Cushing & 
Co. Regent, h. at So. Acton 

44 Elvira (E. & M. B. Fairbanks) 
dry goods, 102 Hampshire, b. 201 
Norfolk 

44 E. & M. B. (Elvira and Mattie B.) 
dry goods, 102 Hampshire 

44 John A. trav. salesman, b. 201 Nor- 
folk 

44 Levi, h. 201 Norfolk 

44 Martha J. widow of Horatio, sta- 
ble, 565 Mass. ave. h. 23 Norfolk 

FAIRBANKS M. J. livery stable, 
565 Mass. ave. See p. 828 

44 Mattie B. (E.^ & M. B. Fairbanks), 
fancy goods, 102 Hampshire, h. 
201 Norfolk 

44 Thomas, carpenter, h. 98 Putnam 

ave. 
Fairchild Edwin R. clerk, b. 11 Rem- 
ington 

44 Edward B. Jr. at 728 Mass. ave. h. 
24 Myrtle ave. 

44 John H. Mrs. teacher, painting, 11 
Remington, h. do. 

Fairclough William A. printer, h. 19 
Mullen 

Fairfax George William, laborer, rms. 
43 Market 

Fairfield Edward T. saw filer, h. 234 
Winsor 

44 Jerome D. upholsterer, and (Fair- 
field & Fisher) 1914 Mass. ave. h. 
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Faii-tield William, clerk, 605 Mass. ave. 

F AIRFIELD & FISHER 
(Jerome D. Fairfield and Albert 
H. Fisher), real estate and insur- 
ance, 1914 Mass. ave. See p. 801 
Fair-weather Andrew C. carpenter, h. 

9 Summer 
Falconer James, boots and shoes, 405 

Mass. ave. h. 1 Perry pi. 
Fales Antoinette C. Mrs. h. 30 Carver 
" Damon W. salesman, B. h. 30 Car- 
ver 
" Edward A. machinist, 628 Mass. av. 

h. 42 Fairmont 
" John G. salesman, 251 Cambridge, 

rms. 90 Thorndike 
" Sue B. Mrs. lecturer, h. 172 Auburn 
Faller Bridget, widow of Benedict, h. 

112 Spring 
Fallon Ann, widow of Thomas, h. 6y 2 
Grant 
ki Bernard, laborer, h. 163 Brookline 
" Bernard F. collector, b. 165 Brook- 
line 

FALLON CHARLES A. plumber 
1190 Cambridge, h. 322 Prospect. 
See page 806 
" Christopher, laborer, h. 119 Gore 
" Christopher, Jr. bookbinder, 1284 

Mass. ave. b. 48 Banks 
" Frederick, painter, b. 104 Banks 
" James, janitor, Hemenway Gym- 
nasium, H. U. h. 107 Banks 
" John, painter, 22 Church, b. 6% 

Grant 
" John, tube maker, b. 77 Broadway 
' John B. plumber, b. 115 Hamilton 
; Lawrence Mrs. h. 309 Webster ave. 
' Lawrence J. moulder, h. 165 Brook- 
line 
" Martin, painter, h. 104 Banks 
" Mary, widow of Matthew, h. 77 

Broadway 
' Matthew, teamster, b. 77 Broadway 
" Michael, laborer, h. r. 90 Hol- 

worthy 
' Michael H. laborer, h. 115 Hamn 

ton 
" William H. painter, h. 143 Tremont 

' , at 29 Hampshire, h. 61 do. 

" see Follen 
Falloon Herbert, car conductor, b. 3 
Mifflin pi. 
' John, painter, h. 4 Plympton pi. 
" John F. marble cutter, h. 6 Plymp- 
ton pi. 

Falls Joseph, sawyer, h. 103 Clark 

Falvey John, laborer, h. 37 Garden ct. 

" Michael, laborer, T. W. Dee, h. 58 
Auburn pi. 



Falvey Michael Jr. gardener, 276 Har- 

1 vard, h. 9 West 
Fanjoy Howard, hack driver, h. 18 
Lopez 
" Wallace, mill hand, h. S3 Webster 

ave. 
" William H. carpenter, h. 26 Hews 
Fanning Edward, painter, h. 135 Pearl 
" Edward J. teamster, b. 135 Pearl 
" George C. painter, b. 135 Pearl 
" Joseph, clerk, rms. 75 Fourth 
" William H. bricklayer, b. 135 Pearl 
Fant Michael, laborer, b. 17 Seventh 
Fardy Luke, teamster, b. 17 Board- 
man 
Farley Caroline A. librarian, Radcliffe 
College, h. 16 Lowell 
" Gustavus, h. 16 Lowell 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. r. 293 
Third 
Farlow William G. prof. H. U. h. 24 

Quincy 
Farmer Edgar B. clerk, B. b. 33 Tre- 
mont 
" George E. clerk, B. b. 33 Tremont 
" John, bricklaver, h. 33 Tremont 
" John H. clerk, B. b. 33 Tremont 
" Joseph B. steam fitter, h. 210 Win- 
sor 
Farnham Alphonso, furniture mover, 

h. 24 Pleasant 
" Edwin, medical inspector, City 
Hall, and physician, 4 Story, h. 
do. 
" Edwin E. clerk, b. 4 Story 
" Frank, teamster, b. 21 William 
" Gera, teamster, B. b. 21 William 
" George B. carpenter, 20 Central sq. 

h. 40 Essex 
" George Y. teamster, h. 16 Valen- 
tine 
" James F. clerk, B. h. 16 Valentine 
" Ralph P. bookkeeper, B. h. 44 Or- 
chard 
Farnsworth Charles H. butter and 
eggs, B. h. 61 Dana 
" Elizabeth, widow of Charles H. h. 

448 Cambridg'e 
" Ira Eugene, steward, h. 122 Elm 
Farnum Sylvester B. machinist, h. 225 

Broadway 
Farqubar David, bookbinder, 6 Whit- 
ing, h. 16 Suffolk 
" Robert, seed store, B. h. 34 Gar- 
field 
Farr Albert L. clerk, 519 Mass. ave. h. 
152 Pearl 
" Albert L. h. 58 River 
" John G. clerk, B. h. 28 Elm 
" Lee N. civil engineer, h. 139 Thorn- 
dike 
" William C. ins. h. 139 Thorndike 



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Farracy John J. painter, h. 341 Vine 
Farrar Albert, engineer, h. 23 Fair- 
mont 

V Alphonso R. painter, h. 74 Magee 
Farrell Arthur L. student, b. 172 
Spring 

" Catherine, widow of Edward, h. 
Washburn ave. 

" Dennis J. janitor, 271 Cambridge, 
b. 13 Ninth 

" Ellen, widow of Thomas, h. 543 
Main 

" George R. h. 320 Broadway 

". Gertrude W. bookkeeper, B. b. 73 
Inman 

" James, bricklayer, h. 92 Howard 

" James, case maker, b. 16 Plymouth 

" James C. baker, b. 92 Howard 

'' James J. hack driver, b. 172 Spring 

" John, b. 29 Fifth 

" John H. inspector, Custom House, 
B. h. 73 Inman 

" Lawrence, b. 15 Hunting 

" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 29 Fifth 

" Mary A. h. r. 9 Hayes 

" Mary Elizabeth, compositor, h. 73 
Inman 

" Matthew, laborer, h. 172 Spring 

" Matthew T. florist, b. 172 Spring 

" Michael J. rubber worker, b. 13 
Ninth 

" Patrick J. bricklayer, b. 92 How- 
ard 

" Sarah Mrs. h. 30 Hastings 

" William, shipper, h. 10 Clark 

" William, tinsmith, b. 92 Howard 
Farricy James, plumber, b. 19 Short 

" Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 19 
Short 
Farrin John W. foreman painter, r. 10 

Brattle, h. at Somerville 
Farrington Charles J. motorman, h. 20 
Howard 

" Charles R. h. 2 Ellsworth pk. 

" Henry E. grocer, 1900 and 1998 
Mass. ave. h. 1902 do. 

" Martha C. widow of Joel, h. 20 
Howard 
Farris James A. janitor, 15 Brattle, h. 
170 Elm 

" see Ferris 
Farrisee William, peddler, h. 359 Win- 
sor 
Farrow William G. meter setter, C. 
Gas Co. Third, b. 145 Prospect 

" William S. meter setter, C. Gas. Co. 
Third, b. 145 Prospect 

Farry Catherine, widow of Patrick, h. 
70 Murray 

" James K. conductor, B. & A. R. R. 
h. 2 Lopez 



Farry John T. city teamster, h. 11 

Sands 
Farwell Bertram H. salesman, B. h. 
2236 Mass. ave. 
" Charles H. express helper, b. 246 

Harvard 
" Ellen, widow of Charles H. h. 246 

Harvard 
" Frederick George, motorman, h. 

438 Green 
" Jeanette, widow, h. 19 Ellsworth av. 
" Joseph R. Mrs. h. 232 Prospect 
" Lester W. salesman, h. 56 Franklin 
" Samuel W. druggist, 160 Cam- 
bridge, cor. Second, h. 57 Otis 
Fassmar William jour, tailor, h. 24 

Mead 
Fatal John J. at P. O., B. h. 49 Lincoln 

" Thomas D. laborer, h. 49 Lincoln 
Faucon Nicholas, cigar mnfr. 8 Brook- 
ford, h. do. 
Fauden Thomas, wheelright, b. 42 

Ninth 
Faulkner Andrew, printer, h. 215 Vine 
" George, stevedore, h. 360 Western 

ave. 
" John, laborer, h. 166 Putnam ave. 
" Sydney C. bookkeeper, B. h. 15 Has- 
kell 
Fauntleroy John, h. 30 Soden 
Fawcett Robert, hay, 922 Cambridge, 
h. 84 Hammond 
" W. Mortimer, salesman, B. b. 57 Or- 
chard 
Faxon Anson H. clerk, b. 48 Union 
" Asaph T. h. 48 Union 
" Benjamin D. bridge works, b. 176 y 2 

Spring' 
" Carrell A. periodicals, etc. 77 River 
and 32y 2 Pleasant, h. 12 Reming- 
ton 
" Daniel, blacksmith, 130 Gore, h. 

176 y 2 Spring 
" George H. salesman, b. 48 Union 
" Sturgis C. clerk, b. 48 Union 
Fay Alice P. teacher, Washington 

school, rms. Story 
" Annie Comfort, widow of Julius R. 
h. 598 Putnam ave. 

FAY BROS. (John E. Joseph F. 
and Edward F.), junk, 55 and 126 

Winsor. See page 833 
" Charles, engineer, b. 44 Baldwin 
" Edward, clerk, Arlington, b. 259rt 

Mass. ave. 
" Edward, piano worker, b. 8 Bristol 
" Edward F. (Fay Bros.), junk, 55 

and 126 Winsor, b. 126 do. 
" Frank E. laborer, h. 21 Tremont 
" Harriet N. S. widow of Isaac, h. 125 

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Fay James, cooper, 169 Gore, h. 121 
Spring 
" James J. clerk, B. b. 303 Western 

ave. 
" James J. furniture mnfr. rear 744 

Alain, h. 42 State 
" John E. (Fay Bros.), junk, 55 and 

126 Winsor, h. 126 do. 
" Joseph F. (Fay Bros.), junk, 55 and 

126 Winsor, h. 126 do. 
" Julia, widow of Bartholomew, h. 

8 Bristol 
" Martin, asst. steward, Crawford 

House, B. h. 22 Harvard 
" Mary, widow, h. 249 Western ave. 
" Mary E. Mrs. h. 29 Putnam ave. 
" Patrick, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 46 War- 
ren 
" Robert, at Riverside Press, b. 249 

Western ave. 
" Theresa, h. 216 Harvard 
" Thomas E. clerk, Arlington, h. 2594 
Mass. ave. 
Faye Roy Alton, electrician, h. 29 Put- 
nam ave. 
Fayes Antonio J. painter, B. h. IS 

Portsmouth 
Fazio George, shoemaker, 351 Main, h. 

do. 
Fearing Arthur, trav. salesman, h. 211 
Hampshire 
" Fred, salesman, b. 211 Hampshire 
Fearns Mary Mrs. housekeeper, Rad- 
cliffe college, 10 Garden, h. do. 
" William P. clerk, B. b. 10 Garden 
Fears Francis A. printer, h. 19 Hill- 
side ave. 
" Herbert M. h. 19 Hillside ave. 
Fee Thomas, coachman, 4 Kirkland pi. 

h. 1612 Cambridge 
Feehan Michael, laborer, b. 60 Waverly 
Feeley Charles P. student, b. 265 West- 
ern ave. 

FEELEY MARTIN A. painter, 
704 Mass. ave. house 265 Western 
ave. See page 803 
Feener Gideon J. carpenter, h. 252 
Western ave. 
; Millage W. carpenter, h. 78 Magee 
" Wilbert M. carpenter, h. 78 Magee 
Feeney Daniel, at Blake's foundry, b. 
92 Sixth 
' Margaret, widow, h. 61 Hampshire 
" Michael J. calenderer, h. 67 Hol- 
worthy 

' Patrick, oiler, H. M. Sawyer & Son, 

b. 92 Sixth 
' Patrick, steam fitter, h. 91 Cushing 

' Patrick J. foreman, h. 13 Webster 

ave. 
' Timothy, waiter, h. 70 Spring 



Feeny Hugh, teamster, b. 38 Clark 

" Mary, widow of Hugh, h. 38 Clark 
Fegan Frank, shipper, h. 120 Magazine 
" James P. machinist, h. 25 Tuttle 
" William, hatter, h. 62 Webster ave. 
'* see Fagan 
Fein Frank, junk, h. 148 Berkshire 
Felder Benjamin F. express, h. 115 

Hastings 
Feldman William H. music printer, B. 

h. 222 Chestnut 
Felix Estacio R. real estate agent, h. 

12 Magnolia ave. 
Felker George C. musician, h. 128 

Magazine 
" John C. foreman, b. 128 Magazine 
Fell Albert, laborer, b. 74 Crescent av. 

" John, potter, h. 74 Crescent ave. 
Fellows Charles H. 230 Washington, B. 
h. 36 Fairfield 
" Cyrus, h. 132 Franklin 
" Elvira W. Mrs. h. 104 Trowbridge 
" Frank I. letter carrier, h. 42 Pearl 
" Henry T. salesman, B. h. 117 Avon 

Hill 
" Lydia M. widow of John H. h. 106 

* Ellery 
" Oshea P. cracker dealer, 29 Frank- 
lin, h. 142 Washington 
" Rebecca. F. widow of Charles M. b. 

4 Wright 
" William D. driver, b. 707 Main 
Feloney Hugh, express, 39 Ninth, li- 
do. 
Felt Irwin G. horse shoeing, 34 Cam- 
bridge, h. at W. Somerville 
Fenn Lyman, painter, h. 601 Main 
Fennelly John, blacksmith, h. 35" 

Flagg 
Fenner Frederick O. janitor, h. 1679 

Mass. ave. 
Fennerly James K. b. 77 Concord ave. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 24 Donnell 
Fennessey James, carpenter, h. 42 

Sacramento 
" Joanna Mrs. h. 19 Decatur 
" William J. tailor, b. 19 Decatur 
Fenno Edwin H. paymaster, W. E. St. 

Ry. h. 587 Putnam ave. 
Fenster Peter C. laborer, h. 5 Burns 

ct. 
Fenton Annie T. compositor, U. P. h. 
1118 Mass. ave. 
" Daniel, bookbinder, 26a Brattle, b. 

1118 Mass. ave. 
" Thomas, b. 81 Winter 
" Thomas, foreman, First, cor. Main, 
h. at Boston 
Fenwick Euphemia A. bookkeeper, h. 
244 Prospect 
" E. Theodore, salesman, h. 83 An- 
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Fenwick George S. salesman, b. 244 
Prospect 
" Harriet C. widow of Ezekiel B. h. 

244 Prospect 
" T. Beverly, carpenter, h. 125 Aus- 
tin 
Feran William, plumber, h. 172 

Charles 
Ferdinand Anna, widow of Jasper F. 
h. 136 Green 
" Arthur G. collector, 27 School, b. 
136 Green 

FERDINAND LORRIN W. 
hardware, 267 Federal, B. house 80 

Columbia. See page 849 
Fereira August, polisher, h. Lowland 

ave. 
'* John M. cabinet maker, h. 32 

Spring 
Ferguson Charles T. h. 1556 Cam- 
bridge 
*' Edward L. (Ferguson & Gaskill) 

teas, etc. 885 Main, h. 39 Prince 
" Ellen F. widow of William, h. 8 

Clary 
" George T. Mrs, h. 32 Brookline 
** Henry, b. 8 Clary 
" James A. sub-foreman, street dept. 

h. 41 Cogswell ave. 
" James G. stone cutter, b. Lake View 

ave. next C. W. W. station 
" Joseph, coachman, B. h. 7 Wilbur 
" John J. decorator, h. 12 Bow 
" Bernhardt, moulder, b. 1 Clark st. 

P 1 - 

" Thomas T., U. Storekeeper, h. 12 

Walden 
" William, veterinary surgeon, 12 
Bay, h. 898 Mass. ave. 
William Joseph, wine clerk, h. 266 

Columbia 
William J. rubber worker, h. 52 
Plymouth 
' & Gaskill (Edward L. Ferguson 
and Henry E. Gaskill) teas and 
coffees, 885 Main 
Fermoile Patrick, machinist, h. 5 

Newman 
Fern Otis L. liquors, 95 Union, B. h. 

194 Western ave. 
Fernald Merritt L. asst. Gray Herba- 
rium, H. U. b. 47 Langdon 
Fernandez John, laborer, h. 16 Spring 
Ferreira Antonio, hairdresser, B. h. 
250 Harvard 

1 Augusta, coffin maker, rms. r. 161 
Charles 

" Caesar, h. 10 Fourth st. pi. 
Ferrell Horatio, laborer, rms. 55 
Blackstone 



Ferren Alphonso, baker, b. 88 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Fred, clerk, b. 88 W^ebster ave. 
" George W. Jr., galvanizer, h. SS 

Webster ave. 
" William, driver, b. 88 Webster ave. 
Ferric John V. jour, tailor, h. 2556 

Mass, ave. 
Ferris Charles, glass polisher, h. 19 
Harding 
" Edward J. public carriage, h. 943 

Mass. ave. 
" Frank M. printer, Ginn & Co. h. 9 

Banks 
" Fred A. clerk, 632 Mass ave. h. 59 

Norfolk 
" John K. brass finisher, h. 354 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Robert J. horse trader, h. 20 Oak 

" , Rev. Baptist clergyman, h. 

340 Winsor 
" see Farris 
Ferron Joseph A. cabinet maker, h. 16 

Harvey 
Ferry John P. bookbinder, h. 1104 
Cambridge 
V Patrick, real estate, h. 1094 Cam- 
bridge 
" Richard J. painter, h. 4 Hastings 
Fesseden Benjamin, h. 31 Walden 
" Charles L. h. 83 Prospect 
" Edward M. salesman, 27 Winter, B. 

h. 20 Greenough ave. 
" Henry, peddler, b. 436 Winsor 
" John S. polisher, b. 436 Winsor 
" Lizzie E. widow of John J. h. 17 

Walden 
" Lucy O. teacher, B. b. 31 Walden 
" Thomas J. peddler, h. 436 Winsor 
Fickett Henry P. calker, h. 7 Kinnaird 
Field Colin C. band sawyer, b. 83 Tre- 
mont 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 12 Parnell 
" Frank D. foreman, 123 Main, h. 31 

Tufts 
" George F. salesman, 55 Commercial, 

B. b. 9 Haskell 
" George S. 28 State, B. h. 9 Chauncy 
" George M. moulder, h. 13 Carlisle 
" Jane Augusta, b. 183 Hancock 
" Louise B. widow, h. 128 Magazine 
" Philip, laborer, h. 27 Seventh 

" Robert E. b. 81 Green 

" Roderick, driver, 6 Soden, h. at 
Somerville 

" Thomas, tinsmith, h. 154 Allston 

FIELD WALTER W. machinist, 
123 Main, h. 12 Tufts. See p. 844 

" William W. foreman, 205 Broad- 
way, h. at Somerville 



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227 



Field Winthrop B. ins. agt. B. b. 128 
Magazine 
" see Fields 
Fielder John W. engraver, B. li. 26 

Tufts 
Fielding- Edward M. clerk, b. 1534 

Cambridge 
*■ John C. trav. salesman, h. 8 Market 
Fields Charles H. porter, Holyoke 
House, 1340 Mass. ave. h. do. 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 1 Eighth 
" Frank, soap maker, h. 27 Rocking- 
ham 
" Israel, laborer, h. 24a Union 
" William F. laborer, h. 291 Columbia 
Fiest William M. butcher, h. 94 Gore 
Fife James H. driver, 35 Church, b. 1 
Chapman pi. 
' Michael J. mailing foreman. Globe 

office, B. h. 27 Cogswell ave. 
" see Fyfe 
Fiheld Frederick A. baker, h. 136 Aus- 
tin 
" Gilbert H. electrotyper, U. P. b. 21 

Beech 
" Nettie E. widow of James H. h. 21 
Beech 
Figenbaum Christopher, jeweler, h. 91 
Plymouth 
Karl, clerk, b. 91 Plymouth 
Sigrid, clerk, 77 Hampshire, rms. 
218 Columbia 
Fillebrown Amos, office 253 Cam- 
bridge, b. 347 do. 
" Elizabeth P. h. 10 Upton 

Isabell, dressmakers' supplies, B. b. 
70 Austin 
' Mary, widow, variety store, 350 
Broadway, h. do. 
Fillmore Alfred, foreman, 25 Cherry, 
h. at Sornerville 
" Charles A. janitor, 7 Brookline, h. 4 

Coolidge pi. 
" Christine M. Mrs. h. 109 Inman 
" Frank W. bookkeeper, 110 Elm, h. 

109 Inman 
" Millard (W. Fillmore & Co.), car- 
penter and builder, 25 Cherry, h. 
128 Washington 
" Wellington (W. Fillmore & Co.), 
carpenter and builder, 25 Cherry, 
h. 155 Washington 
" Willard P. carpenter, 25 Cherry, 

FILLMORE W. & CO. (Welling- 
ton and Millard Fillmore), carpen- 
ters and builders, 25 Cherry. See 
page 793 
Finan James, paper hanger, h. 14 

Bindge ave. 
Finch Harry, engineer, 741 Main, h. 
751 do. 






Findlay James, machinist, h. 24 Sixth 
" John (Findlay & Austin), archi- 
tectural carving and moulding, 
72 First 
" & Austin, model workers, 72 First 
Findley Charles W. baker, h. 46 Lin- 
coln 
Fine Charles, junk dealer, h. <542 Cam- 
bridge 
Finlan Michael, laborer, b. 42 Warren 
Finlayson Christopher, clerk. B. h. 3 
White st. pi. 
" James M. gilder, h. 93 Main 
Finley Charles W. baker, Chelsea, h. 46 
Lincoln 
" Patrick, hacks, 21 Vandine, b. 30 
Berkshire 
Finleyson Donald, plumber, b. 472 

Cambridge 
Finn Angle E. Mrs. dressmaker, 98 
Hampshire, h. do. 
" Daniel, freight handler, F. R. R. h. 

48 Bridge 
ki D. Webster, printer, b. 4 Lexington 
" Henry W. cabinet maker, h. 771 

Main 
" James, cooper, b. 1025 Cambridge 
" James, laundryman, h. 13 Dodge 
" Jeremiah H. fireman, C. E. L. Co. h. 

6 Sands 
" John Vincent, shipper, h. 98 Hamp- 
shire 
" Michael, coachman, h. 77 Amor3 r 
" Timothy, driver. 13 Harding, b. 15 

do. 
" William, blacksmith, h. r. 123 
Spring' 
Finnegan Hannah E. h. 1119 Cam- 
bridge 
" Hubert, b. 149 Putnam ave. 
" Thomas, box cutter, h. 171 Elm 
" see Finnigan 
Finneran Catherine, widow of Martin, 
h. 43 Allston 
" George, architect, 631 Mass. ave. h. 

at Boston 
" John J. motor man, b. 43 Allston 
" Patrick, teamster, h. 629 Putnam. 

ave. 
" Patrick J. motorman, h. 19 Dodge 
Finnerly Thomas, hostler, h. 24 Don- 

nell 
Finnerty Minnie, h. 1267 Cambridge 

" Thomas, coachman, h. 12 Antrim 
Finney Daniel J. clerk, h. 174 Colum- 
bia 
" Mary, widow of James, h. 174 Co- 
lumbia 
" Thomas F. plumber, 723 Mass. ave. 

h. 59 Tremont 
" see Phinney 



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Fi n nick Joseph W. teamster, 2 Garden 
ct. h. do. 
" Richard, laborer, h. 3 Decatur ct. 
Finnigan Daniel A. blacksmith, h. 1119 
Cambridge 
" James, furniture mover, b. 5 Austin 
" Mary A. pocket book maker, h. 231 

Franklin 
" Michael, laborer, Cambridge ceme- 
tery, h. 22 Lawn 
Patrick J. physician, 361 Cam* 
bridge, h. do. 
" Thomas, carpenter, h. 133 Portland 
" see Finnegan 
Finucane Cornelius T. teamster, 47 
Cogswell ave. h. 240 Walden 
" Edward, cooper, b. 108 Thorndike 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 
CAMBRIDGE, Daniel U. 

Chamberlin, pres. Willard A. Bul- 

lard, cashier, 665 Mass. ave. See 

page 775 
Fischer Carrie (C. L. & I. Fisher), b. 

2519 Mass. ave. 
" C. & I. (Carrie and Isabella), dry 

goods, 2521 Mass. ave. ' 
*' Emanuel, bookbinder, h. 10 Suffolk 
" Ferdinand, boots and shoes, 2521 

Mass. ave. h. 2519 do. 
" Isabella (C. & I. Fisher), b. 2519 

Mass. ave. 
" John J. dial stamper, B. h. 14 Cam- 
eron 
" Lawrence, engineer, r. 2547 Mass. 

ave. h. 2508 do. 
" William John, brass finisher, B. b. 

2508 Mass ave. 
" see Fisher 
Fish Albert F. iron moulder, h. 412 

Cambridge 
" Bros. Wagon Co. O. A. Severance, 

manager, 17 Hovey ave. 
" Carleton R. electrician, h. 75 Frost 
" Florestan, letter carrier, 28 Brattle, 

h. 147 Mt. Auburn 
" Frederick P. lawyer, 40 Water, rm. 

54, B. h. 15 Everett 
" John R. coremaker, b. 182 Charles 
' Sumner, b. 412 Cambridge 
Fisher Albert A. K. printer, B. h. 352 

Pearl 
" Albert H. (Fairfield & Fisher), real 

estate and ins. 1914 Mass. ave. b. 

at Somerville 
" Eleanor L. widow of Charles, h. 151 

Brookline 
" Elmer F. engineer, h. 21 Walnut ct. 
" Frederick, rms. 177 Auburn 
" George, at Conservatory of Music, 

4 Lee, h. 871 Mass. ave. 
*' George P. h. 116 Hancock 



Fisher Harmon J. student, b. 21 Wat- 
son 

" Henry T. laborer, h. 337 Western 
ave. 

" John, shoemaker, 207 Allston, h. 
21 Watson 

" John M. clerk, b. 116 Hancock 

'" John M. engineer, h. 45 Magee 

" John M. foreman building mover, 
b. 11 Seckle 

" Kate C. widow of Nehemiah W. h. 
90 Hancock 

" Louis, laborer, B. h. end 32 Harvey 

" Mary A. h. 153 Washington 

' Michael, rubber cutter, h. 81 Fifth 

" M. L. Mrs. h. 26 Trowbridge 

" Norma D. Miss, entry clerk, 150 
Broadway, b. 90 Hancock 

" Robert T. building mover, h. 254 
Winsor 

" Willard, motorman, h. 139 Ray- 
mond 

" see Fischer 
Fishman John, peddler, h. 734 Cain- 
bridge 

" Simon, peddler, h. 960 Cambridge 
Fisk Andrew J. h. 32 Hubbard ave. 

" Charles B. salesman, B. b. 32 Hub- 
bard ave. 

" Frederick D. 87 Milk, rm. 21, B. b. 
32 Quincy 

" John M. Mrs. h. 74 Ellery 

" Lyman B. auditor, Dining Associa- 
tion, Memorial Hall, H. U. rm*. 
18 Story 

" Mary G. widow of James C. h. 32 
Quincy 

" Otis D. at 87 Milk, B. h. 32 Quincy 
Fiske Albert, cracker dealer, 27 Frank- 
lin, h. at Somerville 

" Allen, hairdresser, h. 195 River 

" Amos K. journalist, N. Y. h. 1564 
Mass. ave. 

" Charlotte S. Mrs. b. 28 William 

" Clarence, h. 1234 Cambridge 

" Clarence Stoughton, 108 Summer, 
B. h. 112 Brattle 

" Cornelia B. h. 45 Langdon 

" Edith P. h. 16 Fayette 

" Elbridge G. h. 16 Fayette 

" Ellen S. widow of Charles A. h. 45 
Langdon 

" Emma F. h. 16 Fayette 

" Frances A. Mrs. h. 13 Humboldt 

" George F. b. 16 Fayette 

" George L. electrician, b. 13 Hum- 
boldt 

" Harold Brooks, b. 22 Berkeley 

" John, author and lecturer, h. 22 
Berkeley 

" John L. clerk, B. h. 139 Oxford 



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229 



Piske John M. first deputy, Custom 
House, B. h. 139 Oxford 

" Josiah M. second clerk, U. S. sub- 
treasury, B. h. 1676 Mass. ave. 

" Philip S. b. 1564 Mass. ave. 

" Ralph Browning-, b. 22 Berkeley 

" Sarah P. widow of Elbridge G. b. 
16 Fayette 
Fitch Abel, hay, etc. W. Somerville, h. 
2394 Mass. ave. 

" Albert, teamster, b. 2394 Mass. av. 

" Charles, roofer, h. 181 Main 

" Charles R. teamster, b. 2394 Mass. 
ave. 

" Herbert J. painter, 20 Glenwood 
ave. h. do. 

" Myra, dressmaker. 1033 Mass. ave. 
rms. do. 
Fitcham Edwin A. Mrs. h. 41 Walden 

" Ellen, dressmaker, 41 Walden, h. 
do. 

FITCHBURG MUTUAL FIRE 
INS. CO. of Fitchburg, Mass. 

John S. Sawyer, agent, 553 Mass. 

ave. See back cover 
Fitman Thomas, h. 159 Sherman 
Fitton James H. painter, h. 70 Otis 
Fitz Robert, cabinet maker, b. 91 

Charles 
Fitzgerald Daniel, stone mason, h. 11 

Second 
" Daniel Jr. stone mason, h. 189 

Third 
" Daniel J. clerk, B. b. 95 Banks 
" David H. (Fitzgerald & Lavey) 

g-rocer, 117 Hampshire, h. at 

Quincy 
" Edmund, b. 8 Mullens ct. 
" Edward, laborer, h. 20 Lambert 
" Edward H. carriagesmith, b. Mrs. 

D. A. Goodwin's, Walden 
" George W. painter, 22 Church, b. 

10 South 
" Herbert, real estate, 622 Mass. ave. 

h. at Concord, Mass. 
" James, gardener, h. 3 Nichols pi. 
" James, laborer, b. 20 Lambert 
" James, laborer, h. 35 Ninth 
" James, laborer, h. 193 Third 
" James D. baker, h. 91 Winter 
" James E. carpenter, h. 598 Mass. 

ave. 
" James H. laborer, h. 5 Dinsmore ct. 
" James H. pressman, h. 6 Perry 
" James J. teamster, h. 119 Fourth 
" John, laborer, b. 57 Plympton 
' John, laborer, b. 629 Putnam ave. 
' John, laborer, h. 19 Hunting 
' John, laborer, h. 305 Vine 
" John, laborer, h. 153 Willow 
' John, laborer, h. 81 Winter 



Fitzgerald John, 2d, laborer, b. 19 
Hunting 

" John A. pressman, b. 8 Emmons pi. 

" John D. wood moulder, b. 138 
Cherry 

" John E. carriage mnfr. 2612 Mass. 
ave. h. 3 Lexington 

" John E. iron moulder, h. 46 Wash- 
ington 

" John E. Mrs. h. 189 Rindge ave. 

" John F. shipper, F. R. R., B. h. 108 
Holworthy 

" John J. cooper, h. 27 Railroad 

" John J. foreman, city water works, 
h. 71 Pearl 

" John J. teamster, h. 115 Fourth 

" John W. engineer, r. 124 Rindge av. 
b. 140 Sherman 

" Lena, dressmaker, 12 Eliot, h. do. 

" Margaret, widow, h. 138 Cherry 

" Margaret E. teacher, Parker 
school, b. 85 Franklin 

" Margaret J. h. 8 Emmons pi. 

" Mary, widow of John, h. 12 Low- 
land ave. 

" Maurice, iron worker, h. r. 22 Bris- 
tol 

" Maurice F. clerk, b. 46 Washing- 
ton 

" Maurice F. machinist, h. 247 
Franklin 

" Michael, blacksmith, W. E. St. Ry. 
Co. h. 8 Emmons pi. 

" Michael, laborer, h. 8 Clark 

" Michael, laborer, h. 44 North 

" Patrick, h. 13 Hunting 

" Patrick, janitor, Dunster school, h. 
7 Donnell 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 16 Hayes 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 78 Allston 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 101 Brookline 

" Patrick J. carpenter, h. 219^ Elm 

" Richard, motorman, h. 36 Mont- 
gomery 

" Simeon, boot maker, h. 336 Winsor 

" Thomas, laborer, h. Bent, near 
Sixth 

" Thomas, plumber, b. 35 Ninth 

" Thomas P. student, b. 8 Emmons 
pi. 

" William, janitor, B. & M. R. R. 
depot, B. h. 149 Bridge 

" William, teamster, b. 115 Fourth 

" William F. salesman, 165 Washing- 
ton, B. h. 91 Hammond 

" William H. coachman, 89 Applet on, 
b. 7 Donnell 

" & Lavey (David H. Fitzg-erald and* 
William J. Lavey), grocers, 117' 
Hampshire 
Fitzgibbon John, at Am. Rub. Co. 
rms. 13 Webster ave. 



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Fitzgibbon John, salesman, B. h. 205 

Appleton 
Fitzgibbons Catharine A. proofreader, 
1284 Mass. ave. b. at Somerville 
Fitzhug-h Augustus, waiter, h. 26 Eus- 

tis 
Fitzmaurice Ellen, widow of John, h. 
149 Putnam ave. 
" James A. express, b. 24 Flagg- 
" Michael, coachman, 81 Magazine, 

h. r. 19 Fairmont 
" Richard M. bookbinder, b. 149 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Richard M. plumber, 15 River, b. r. 

19 Fairmont 
" William, boxmaker, b. 234 Elm 
Fitzpatrick Catherine E. housekeeper, 
81 Dana, h. do. 
: Edward B. stenographer, B. b. 43 
Holworthy 

FITZPATRICK FRANK X. 
real estate and ins. 61 Fourth, h. 
1810 Mass. ave. See page 18 
" Frederick, clerk, 80 Pleasant, rms. 
96 Austin 

FITZPATRICK H. E. hardware, 
1174 Cambridge, h. 1165 do. See 
page 795 
" James, b. 993 Cambridge 
" James B. clerk, 484 Cambridge, b. 

380 Norfolk 
" James J. b. 398 Broadway 
' James J. mason, h. 445 Columbia 
' John, engineer, h. 877 Cambridge 
' John, laborer, b. 63 Boylston 
" John, laborer, h. 993 Cambridge 
" John, mason, h. 30 Garden ct. 
' John, printer, b. 15 Farwell pi. 
' John B. hardware, 1174 Cambridge, 

h. 1165 do. 
' John J. cracker packer, b. 40 Lopez 
' Joseph A. stenographer, B. b. 43 

Holworthy 
' Mary, widow of James, h. 380 Nor- 
folk 
" Mary, widow of James, h. 72 

Rindge ave. 
; Mary, widow of John, h. 30 Garden 
" Michael, driver, 124 Holworthy, b. 

do. 
; Michael, tallow dealer, 398 Broad- 
way, h. do. 
: Michael F. laborer, b. 380 Norfolk 
Patrick, laborer, h. 1064 Cambridge 
; Patrick, milkman, 124 Holworthy, 

h. do. 
" Patrick W. gardener, 1501 Cam- 
bridge, b. 205 Hampshire 
; Philip, expressman, b. 31 Market 
Thomas, jour, tailor, B. h. 43 Hol- 
worthy 



Fitzpatrick William, building mover, 

b. 189 Columbia. 
Fitzsimmons John, city laborer, h. 211 
Franklin 
" John, laborer, h. 235 Elm 
" Julia E. Mrs. h. 1520 Cambridge 
" Matthew F. clerk, B. h. 1520 Cam- 
bridge 
" Philip M. physician, 503 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 
Fitzwilliam Edward, agent, h. 134 
Green 
" Edward T. stenographer, b. 134 

Green 
" Francis M. clerk, B. b. 134 Green 
Fiumara Dominick C. hairdresser, h. 

280 Pearl 
" Louis, stone cutter, b. 280 Pearl 
" Michael, 1st, hairdresser, b. 292 

Brookline 
" Michael, 2d, hairdresser, 280 Pearl, 

h. do. 
Flagg George (Little, Brown & Co.) 
bookbinder, Blackstone, h. at 
Boston 
" Nellie M. Mrs. h. 1593 Mass. ave. 
" see Flaig 
Flaglor James, paper hanger, 584 
Mass. ave. h. 37 Pine 
" Stanley, .paper hanger, 584 Mass. 
ave. b. 37 Pine 
Flaherty Anthony, laborer, b. 46 Flagg 
" Coleman, laborer, b. 125 Gore 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 198 Sidney 
" John, brick layer, h. 2 Bedford 
" John, red lead maker, h. 70 Gore 
" Joseph P. cook, h. 146 Berkshire 
" Margaret T. variety store, 327 

Prospect, h. do. 
" Matthew J. asst. pastor, St. Peter's 
Catholic church, h. 29 Bucking- 
ham 
" Michael J. letter carrier, B. rms. 

90 Norfolk 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 47 Gore 
" Stephen, boiler maker, h. 125 Gore 
" Thomas F. clerk, 1144 Cambridge, 

b. 2 Bedford 
" William, laborer, h. 11 Parnell 
Flaig- Charles, shoemaker, h. 176% 
Franklin 
" Simon, jeweler, h. 349 Cambridge 
" see Flagg 
Flanagan Annie, widow, h. 18 dish- 
ing' ave. 
" Catherine, h. 18 Cushing ave. 
" Charles, shoeman, h. 176a Franklin 
" Edward T. bookkeeper, 92 State, B„ 

h. 22 Mt. Pleasant 
" Eilzabeth M. nurse, h. 2 Nichols pi. 

Nichols 
" Eugene M. express, h. 184 Franklin 



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231 



Flanagan George, laborer, h. 80 De- 
Wolfe 
" James, laborer, b. 418 Columbia 
" John, b. 234 Elm 

" John, city laborer, b. 102 Kinnaird 
" John, gardener, h. 2 Nichols pi. 
*' John, night watchman, h. 157 Port- 
land 
" John P. bookbinder, h. 5 Lawrence 
" Mary A. widow of Matthew, h. 62 

Fifth 
" Michael, laborer, h. 234 Elm 
" Michael, wood peddler, h. 123 Hast- 
ings 
" Murtagh, upholsterer, b. 18 Gush- 
ing ave. 
" Percy P. b'kbinder, b. 5 Lawrence 
" Thomas, baker, h. 85 Auburn 
" see O'Flanagan 
Flanders Asa W. paymaster, 81 Milk, 
B. b. 59 Rice 
" Edward, liquors, B. h. 28 Broadway 
" Edward H. clerk, b. 28 Broadway ' 
" Fannie A. widow of Alfred P. h. 

90 Tremont 
" Fannie G. teacher. Sleeper school, 

h. 33 Bigelow 
■' John C. h. 2 Walnut are. 
" Lorin A. packer, B. h. 90 Tremont 
" Moses G. h. 59 Rice 
" Philip, b. 5 Nor r is 

William, shipper, B. h. 5 Norris 
Flanigan Benjamin, piano regulator, 
h. 2 Boardman pi. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 165 Charles 
Flather Alice V. teacher, Harvard 

school, b. 65 Prospect 
Flat-ley John Rev. pastor, St. Peter's 
Catholic church, h. 29 Bucking- 
ham 
; Margaret A. housekeeper, 29 Buck- 
ingham 
Flavin Mary, widow, h.10 Dinsmore ct. 
Fleck Charles H. baseball player, b. 16 
Athens pi. 
'• John J. driver, 82 Mt. Auburn, b. 

16 Athens pi. 
" Matthew W. driver, 1402 Mass. ave. 

b. 16 Athens pi. 
" Matthias, baker, 82 Mt. Auburn, h. 
16 Athens pi. 
Fleet Alfred, b. 60 Hancock 
' Charles F. special messenger, 28 
Brattle, b. 13 Brewer 
Fred H. special messenger, 28 Brat- 
tle, b. 13 Brewer 
Lewis, photographer, b. 1 Lamson 
pi. 
' Mary L. widow of Benjamin, h. 13 
Brewer 
William, piano key finisher, h. 225 i 
Broadway 



Fleet William E. physician, h. 16 Co- 
lumbia 
Fleischman Tobkis, cabinet maker, h. 

137 Portland 
Fleming Daniel G. wire worker, b. 22 

Green 
" David, baker, 1906 Mass. ave. h. at 

Somerville 
" David, laborer, b. 30 Harvard 
" Ellen, widow, h. 543 Main 
" Frank, coachman, h. 2 Coolidge pi. 
" John, butcher, Niles Bros. h. 12 

Sherman 
" Maud, widow of Samuel, h. 35 Erie 
" Michael, laborer, h. 174 Franklin 
" Mina Mrs. at Observatory, h. 273 

Huron ave. 
" Moses, driver, h. 142 Washington 
" N. E. veterinary, r. 1982 Mass. ave. 

h. at Somerville 
" Thomas, at Am. N. & T. Co. h. 54:; 

Main 
" William C. butcher, h. 21 Warren 
" William Fred, upholsterer, at Som. 

b. 136 L.m. N. C. 
" William 11. broker, b. 9 Dana 
" William J. coachman, 77 Sparks, 

h. 183 Appleton 

" , laborer, h. 21 Marion 

Flemming- Jennie B. h. 80 Harvard 
Flentje Ernst H. importer of casings, 

h. 1643 Cambridge 
" Henry, brewer, Chsn. h. 14 Seckle 
Fleschner Necolaus, sausage maker, 

131. Broadway, b. 37 Hampshire 
Fletcher Carl, painter, b. 5 Locke 
" Edward E. student, b. 34 Austin 
" Edward W. clerk, B. b. 35 Blake 
" Frank K. clerk. 2072 Mass. ave. b. 

35 Blake 
" Frederick, student, b. 35 Blake 
" George A. clerk, B. h. 28 Pleasant 
" George A. clerk. 67 Columbia, b. 140 

Washington 
" George W. blacksmith, h. 140 Wash- 
ington 
" Grace W. teacher. Thorndike school, 

b. 2 Clinton 

FLETCHER HOWARD F. car- 
riage mnfr. 840 Main, house 140£ 
Washington. See page 830 
" John R. clerk, B. b. 70 Austin 
" Katherine S. Mrs. h.23 Buckingham 
" Oscar G. h. 5 Locke 

" Rosa, physician, 205 Hampshire, b. 
34 Austin 

" Ruel H. master, Thorndike school, 
h. 35 Blake 

" Sophronia, physician, h. 34 Austin 

" Willis H. clerk, B. b. 70 Austin 



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Flett David, salesman, B. h. 183 Put- 
nam ave. 
Fie welling Arthur W. carpenter, h. 8 
Lawrence 
" A. W. Mrs. dressmaker, 8 Lawrence 

h. do. 
" George, machinist, h. 378 Winsor 
" John R. clerk, h. 2 Hancock pi. 
Fligell Harris A. junk dealer, h. 144 

144 Willow 
Flint Edward Jr. salesman, 450 Wash- 
ington, B. h. 51 Norfolk 
" Francis, president, Canton Mnfg. 
Co. 222 Congress, B. h. 8 Chaun- 

cy 

" George F. Mrs. h. 107 Museum 

" Herbert L. clerk, Nat. Bank of Re- 
demption, B. b. 8 Chauncy 

" Howard B. clerk, 3 Head pi. B. b. 8 
Chauncy 

" Orrilla J. Mrs. h. 36 Bowdoin 

" Robert Foster, b. 107 Museum 

" William F. watchman, h.21 Howard 
Flohr Hugo L. cigar maker, h. 583 
Main 

" P. M. h. Hotel Templeton 
Flood Annie, dressmaker, 125 Mt. Au- 
burn, h. do. 

" Edward J. clerk, 1159 Cambridge, 
b. at Somerville 

" Edward J. cracker baker, h. 14 
Union 

" Edward K. carriage trimmer, r. 10 
Brattle, h. at Charlestown 

" Francis H. hardware, 1159 and 1167 
Cambridge, h. at Somerville 

" Patrick, mason, h. 126 Pearl 
Flowers Samuel, planer, h. 757 Cam- 
bridge 

" William C. physician, 87 Norfolk, 
h. do. 
Floyd Abraham, bridge tender, h. r. 
114 Broadway 

" Celia A. widow of Henry B. h. 62 
Thorndike 

" Elizabeth Mrs. fo. 98 Prospect 

" George W. shipper, h. 88 Washing- 
ton 

" James W. painter, h. 179 Elm 
' Joseph, carpenter, rms. 32 Pine 

" W T alter, clerk, b. 62 Thorndike 
Flugge Arthur W. musician, b. r. 177 
Spring 

" Emma Mrs. h. r. 177 Spring 
Flynn Bartholomew, coachman, 299 
Harvard, h. 340 Broadway 

" Daniel, cooper, 169 Gore, h. 151 do. 

" Daniel, machinist, h. 107 Gore 

" Daniel C. butcher, b. 151 Gore 
' Daniel C. shipper, B. h. 4 Elmer 

" Daniel C. teas. etc. b. 340 Broadway 



Flynn Daniel M. tailor, 444 Cambridge, 
h. at Somerville 
" David, barber, 635 Cambridge, b. 25 

Sixth 
" Dennis, at C. Gas Co. b. 28 Pelham 
•" Dennis J. cooper, 169 Gore. h. 6 

Sixth 
" Dominick, car conductor, b. 18 Rice 
" Edward, h. 254 Elm 
" Edward, baker, h. 3 Linehan ct. 
" EdAvard, printer, b. 144 Hamilton 
" Edward J. engine wiper, b. 254 Elm 
" Elizabeth, widow of Coleman M. h. 

341 Winsor 
" Elizabeth A. widow of John, b. 85 

Antrim 
" Esther, widow of John, h. 25 Sixth 
" Frances A. widow of W. Henry, h. 

161 Broadway 
" Francis, laborer, h. 203 Third 
" Francis N. potter, A. H. Hews & 

Co. h. 184 Raymond 
" George D. motorman, b. 156 Put- 
nam ave. 
" James, b. 1198 Cambridge 
" James, laborer, b. 254 Elm 
" James, shoemaker, h. 43 Howard 
" John, b. end Lexington 
" John, bartender, b. 254 Elm 
" John, carriage washer, h. 273 West- 
ern ave. 
" John, cooper, h. 194 Bridge 
" John, janitor, 43 Quincy. rms. do. 
" John J. laborer, h. 5 Linehan ct. 
" John W T . cigars, tobacco and news- 
dealer, 674 Cambridge, h.1156 do. 
" Lawrence, cooper, Revere Sugar 

Refinery, h. 253 Vine 
" Margaret, widow of John. h. 18 De- 
catur 
" Matthew P. foreman, 820 Somerville 

ave. h. at Somerville 
" McCarthy, laborer, b. 14 Marion 
" Michael, laborer, h. 309 Webster av. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 27 Gushing ct. 
" Michael, paver, h. 133 Amory 
" Michael, teamster, Muller Bros. b. 

5 Madison ave. 
" Michael H. piano hammer coverer, 

h. 86 Cherry 
" Michael J. tinsmith, b. 43 Howard 
" Nicholas, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 25 

Sixth 
" Nicholas H. dry goods packer, h. 25 

Myrtle ave. 
" Patrick, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 783 

Cambridge 
" Patrick, cooper, h. 326 Prospect 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 64 Ninth 
" Patrick, motorman, h. 59 Webster 
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Flynn Patrick P. slater, B. h. 209 Vine 
" Richard, machinist, b. 157 Spring 
" Sarah M. fancy goods, 1244 Mass. 

ave. b. 122b Kinnaird 
" Thaddeus J. metal cornice maker, 

63 Pitts, B. h. 367 Cambridge 
" Thomas, at 29 Hampshire, h. r. 139 

Portland 
" Thomas, electrician, h. 148 Berk- 
shire 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 188 Bridge 
" Thomas, night watchman, h. 144 

Hamilton 
" Timothy, laborer, b. 18 Decatur 
" Timothy L. bartender, B. h. 401 

Winisor 
" William, cooper, h. 25 Sixth 
" William, laborer, h. 4 Lilac ct. 
" William, laborer, h. 471 Winsor 
" William, shoemaker, 1288 Mass. 
" William, Jr. plumber, b. 471 Win- 
sor 
" William F. stucco worker, b. 26 

ave. h. 17 Beaver 
" William, teamster, 137 Main, h. at 

Somerville 

River 
" William T. teamster, h. 153 Tre- 

mont 
Fobes Mary E. h. 65 Walden 
" Waltea* K. teacher elocution, 65 

Walden, h. do. 
Fogarty Helen, seamstress, b. 7 Ap- 

pian Way 
" James E. clerk, h. 492 Putnam ave. 
" Mary A. employment office, 7 Ap- 

pian Way, h. do. 
" Mary J. dressmaker, 492 Putnam 

ave. b. do. 
" Robert, h. 492 Putnam ave. 
" Sarah G. teacher, B. b. 492 Putnam 

ave. 
" see Fogerty 
Fogerty George, architect, 631 Mass. 

ave. h. 93 Hammond 
' George F. machinist, h. 262 Charles 
" Mary A. widow of James, h. 30 

Carver 
" Valentine W 7 . machinist, b. 262 

Charles 
Fogg Andrew, b. 90 Gore 

' Caroline B. widow of Ebenezer, h. 
90 Gore 

' Charles F. salesman, h. 296 Brook- 
line 

' Ebenezer T. Jr. boots and shoes, 
619 Mass. ave. h. 21 Inman 

" Frank E. carpenter, h. 219 Broad- 
way 

" Frederick A. clerk, B. b. 90 Gore 



Fogg John I. trav. R. R. agent, B. h. 
23 Rindge ave. 
" Joseph C. clerk, 729 Mass. ave. b. 

26 Bigelow 
" Museum of Art, Broadway, opp- 
Memorial Hall 
Fogwill John, mason, h. 15 State 
Foley Benjamin, plasterer, h. 240 Wal- 
den 
' Benjamin F. bookbinder, b. 110 
Banks 

■ Bridget, widow of Thomas, h. 82 

Fifth 
' Bridget M. Mrs. h. 1104 Cambridge 
' Charles H. bookbinder, B. b. 110 

Banks 

* Daniel, laborer, h. 4y 2 Sherman 

* David A. cornice maker, h. 245 

Sixth 

* David J. shoemaker, Mass. ave. 

cor. Lexington, h. 4 do. 

■ Dennis, bookbinder, h. 110 Banks 

* Edward, bookbinder, b. 110 Banks 

' George G. clerk, b. 1280 Cambridge 
' George H. clerk, 26 Washington, 

h. 255 Winsor 
' James, herdic driver, h. 1 Hancock 

* James F. marble cutter, b. 1104 

Cambridge 
' James T. plumber. 29 Boylston, b. 
5 Gibson 

* Jeremiah, laborer, h. 3 Erie 

* Jeremiah J. laborer, b. 3 Erie 

' John, machinist, rms. 9 Portland 

* John, rubber worker, b. 18<" 

Columbia 
" John, tender, h. 324 Green 
" John F. machinist, h. 26 Middlesex 
" John J. laborer, h. 35 Plymouth 

* Joseph J. carpenter, h. 4 Lexing- 

ton 

* Martin, laborer, b. 3 Olive pi. 

* Mary, widow of Bartholomew, h... 
137 Tremont 

' Mary E. dressmaker, 35 Brookline, 
h. do. 

■ Mary J. teacher, B. rms. 45 Win- 
throp 

' Maurice, laborer, ;h. 19 Seventh 

' Michael P. metal worker, b. 137 
Tremont 

' Nellie E. dressmaker, 1104 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 

' Patrick, at 169 Gore, h. 10 Marion 

' Patrick, janitor, Gray Hall, rms. 
do. 

' Patrick, laborer, h. 25 Sixth 
'Patrick, steam fitter, h.227 Charles- 

■ Patrick, tailor, h. 204 Franklin 

' Peter, plumber, h. 14 Conlons ct. 



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Foley Peter G. millinery goods, 1280 
Cambridge, h. do. 
" Philip J. laborer, h. 4 Lexington. 
•' Robert B. (Mason & Foley), pro- 
visions, 79 Concord ave. b. 359 
(Huron ave. 
" Rose, teacher, B. rms. 45 Winthrop 
"" Thomas, moulder, b. 187 Winsor 
'" Thomas J. fish peddler, h. Madison 

ave. 
" Thomas W. brushmaker, b. 82 

Fifth 
" William, crackers, b. 15 Lambert 
" William, umbrella maker, h. 643 
Main 
Folkins Charles R. clerk, 669 Mass. 

ave. h. 35 Essex 
Follen Ann, widow of Patrick, h. 216 
Brookline 
William, laborer, h. 56 Waverly 
" see Fallon 
Folsom Betsy, widow of Peter, b. 124 
Pearl 
" Christie Mrs. janitress, b. Brattle 

Square Hotel 
*' Harry, core maker, b. 8 Market 
" Joseph E. engineer, 246 First, h. 

do. 
' Mark J. captain, police station 1, 

h. 169 Auburn 
'" Norton, physician, 19 Berkeley, h. 

do. 
' Samuel H. registrar of probate. 6 
Otis, h. at Winchester 
Foney , painter, h. 70% Hamp- 
shire 
Fonseca Henry, shipper, b. 7 Watson 
' Jesse, laborer, h. Dailey alley 
' Moses, cigar packer, b. 48 Brook- 
line 
' Phineas, h. 7 Watson 
' Solomon, cigar maker, h. 19 Wat- 
son 
Foord James L. inspector, 125 Milk, 

rm. 40, B. h. 447 Green 
Foote Josephine B. Mrs. h. 8 Sacra- 
mento 
; ' Mary B. h. 352 Harvard 

William H. chair seater, h. 2 Aus- 
tin pi. 
" William H. Jr.' clerk, b. 2 Austin 
pi. 
Footman Mary H. Mrs. h. 41 Church 
Foran Ann, widow of Nicholas, h. 26 
Sparks st. pi. 
; Edmund, laborer, h. 479 Winsor 
' George J. office manager. The 
Blake Mnfg. Co. Third, h. 356 
Harvard 

"" Nicholas, plumber, 1896 Mass. ave. 
b. 26 Sparks st. pi. 



Foran Patrick, laborer, h. 1 Spring pi. 
Forant George, clerk, 254 Walden, b. 

256 do. 
Forbes Ann, widow of Patrick, h. 1 
Somerset 
" Christine I. h. 63 Highland ave. 
" Emma S. widow, h. 141 Prospect 
" Eunice, h. 114 Inman 
" Jane, widow of Harry, h. 21 Law- 
rence 
" John, car conductor, rms. 284 

Broadway 
" Mary A. Mrs. h. 101 Brookline 
" Mary A. M. Mrs. boarding house, 

1588 Cambridge 
" Sarah A. widow of Joseph, b. 60 

Highland ave. 
" Thomas, teamster, h. 19 Murdock 
" Thomas F. motorman, h. 1 Somer- 
set 
" Thomas P., R. R. employee, h. 141 

Prospect 
" William A. clerk, B. b. 114 Inman 
" Willam W. real estate, 31 Ex- 
change, rm. 7, B. h. 114 Inman 
Ford Alexander S. junk, 169 to 177 

Webster ave. h. 40 Parker 
" Amanda E. widow of Thomas B. h. 
lie 1 /^ Inman 
Anna P: h. 130 Green 
Austin (Austin & Son), granite, 57 

Main, h. 59 School 
Austin & Son (Austin and Joseph 

B. Ford), granite, 57 Main 
Charles, h. 15 Vandine 
Clarissa P. widow of William, b. 88 

Pleasant 
Cornelius, candy maker, h. 159 

Bridge 
Daniel, painter, h. 143 Bridge 
Daniel, switchman. B. & M. R. R. 

h. 13 Winter 
Daniel J. laborer, b. 13 Winter 
Dennis M. foreman, b. 8 Gore 
Edward, fireman, h. 28 Pelham 
Edward, laborer, h. 229 Elm 
Edwin W. baggage master, B. & A. 

R. R., B. h. 29 Tufts 
Emma C. stenographer, b. 36 Erie 
George D. deputy master, House of 

Correction, h. 74 Ellery 
George R. tinsmith, Albany, corner 
Portland, h. 180 Columbia, su. 3 
Hattie S. bookkeeper, h. II6V2 In- 
man 
Hugh A. laborer, b. 3 Healey 
James, laborer, h. 64 Winter 

James, rubber worker, b. 3 Brew- 
ery 

" James, tailor, 12 Boylston, h. at 
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Ford James, teamster, h. 40 Winter 
" Jeremiah, gate tender, B. & M. K. 

R. prison Point, h. 159 Bridge 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 19 Wilbur 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 48 Warren 
" John, city laborer, h. 121 Elm 
"• John, laborer, b. 30 Harvard 
44 John, laborer, b. 18 Seventh 
" John, laborer, h. 10 Marion 
" John F. plumber, 1440 Mass. ave. 

h. 340 Norfolk 
" John F. Jr. plumber, b. 340 Nor- 
folk 
" John H. laborer, b. 13 Winter 
" John H. printer, h. 36 Erie 
" John J. bookkeeper, B. h. 380 Wal- 

den 
" John J. plasterer, h. 341 Columbia 
" Joseph B. (Austin Ford & Son), 

granite, 57 Main, h. at Boston 
" Martin, hosemaker, b. 218 Broad- 
way 
" Mary Mrs. grocer, 280 Webster ave. 

h. at Somerville 
" Nellie, laundry, 668 Cambridge 
" Patrick, shoemaker,1008 Cambridge 

h. at Boston 
" Sarah B. C. widow of John, h. 78 

Magazine 
" Thomas, h. 4 Harvard pi. 
" Thomas Jr. h. 27 Harvard 
" Timothy, rubber worker, k. 30 

Seventh 
" William, h. 229 Elm 
" William, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 343 

Norfolk 
" William, clerk, 173 Webster ave. h. 

46 Parker 
" William, stone polisher, h. 182 Har- 
vard 
" William A. sanitary inspector, b. 

340 Norfolk 
" William H. agent, B. h. 198 Norfolk 
" William H. carpenter,b. 88 Pleasant 
" William J. driver, h. 15 Second 
Foreman Herbert, compositor, rms. 7 

Gerry 
Forest George, carpenter, h. 275 Wal- 

den 
Forget Hector, cigar maker, h. 6 Car- 
lisle 
Forhan John, at B. B. Works, b. 135 

Hampshire 
Forman Lee, waiter, 15 Bow, rms. 1 

Butler ct. 
Forrest Charles H. coffee roaster, B. h. 
10 Brookford 
" Edwin R. driver, 29 Brattle, b. 25 

Banks 
" Francis T. tailor, b. 25 Banks 
" James, clerk, 30 Boylston, h. 4 
Pioneer 



Forrest James E. painter, b. 32 Flagg 
" James E. painter, h. 30 Fairmont 

ave. 
" John H. painter, b. 32 Flagg 
" John M. painter, 1246y 2 Mass. ave. 

h. 11 Mt. Auburn 
" Lawrence, painter, h. 32 Flagg 
" Louise, music teacher, 25 Banks, h. 

do. 
" Maurice, laborer, h. 10 Porter 
" Michael, painter, b. 32 Flagg 
" Robert, painter, h. 25 Banks 
" Robert E. painter, b. 25 Banks 
Forristall Arthur W. clerk, b. 75 Pros- 
pect 
" James B. police station 2, h. 73 

Prospect 
" Joseph, h. 75 Prospect 
Forsaith William C. salesman, h. 77 

Austin 
Forsyth Alexander, student, H. U. h. 
21 Putnam ave. 
" Edith G. housekeeper, 71 Tremont 
" Emily W. widow of Ephraim, h. 21 

Putnam ave. 
" Frederick, core maker, b. 25 Surrey 
" Henry F. teamster, rms. 1 Fifth 
" William J. horseshoer, 327 Green, 
h. 17 Hews 
Fortin George, hairdresser, h. 77 

Washington 
Fortune James D. janitor, 591 Mass. 
ave. h. 67 Auburn 
" William, marine engineer, b. 67* 
Auburn 
Fosberg Carl, wood carver, b. 28 Will- 
iam 
Fosdick Caroline W. widow of Richard 
C. h. 166 Allston 
" Sarah W. teacher, 79 Brattle, h. 37 
Concord ave. 
Fosgate Charles H. piano tuner, h. 106 

Raymond 
Foss Benjamin D. carpenter, h. 78 Elm 
" Benjamin D. Jr. polisher, b. 78 

Elm 
* Charles A. lawyer, rms. 27 Irving 
" Edmund, b. 756 Main 
" Ella J. seamstress, b. 76 Magazine 
" Frank B. b. 22 Magazine 
" Harry C. clerk, 162 Broadway, b. 78 

Elm 
" Herbert D. cigars, etc. 22 Magazine, 

b. do. 
" James D. clerk, 110 Harvard, h. 309 

Main 
" Joseph, engineer, h. 117% Hamp- 
shire 
" Josephine Mrs. h. 3 Essex ct. 
" Lindley J. confectionery, h. 522 

Putnam ave. 
" Silas S. painter, h. 589 Main 



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Foss William, painter, h. 4 Austin pi. 
" William H. wood worker, rms. 346 
Mass. ave. 
Foster Abraham, h. 27 Washing-ton 
"■ Agnes A. widow of William H. h. 

213 Banks 
" Albert, teamster, h. 124 Hastings 
*' Albert H. trav. salesman, rms. 434 

Mass. ave. 
" Andrew, Packer, Riverside Press, h. 

44 Tremont 
*•' Arthur E. bookkeeper, B. b. 29 Sid- 
ney 
" Asaph P. (Foster Bros.), h. at Som- 

erville 
" Benjamin F. carriage painter, h. 13 

Creighton 
" Benjamin F. Mrs. boarding house, 

13 Creighton 
*' Benjamin P. mason, h. 1.20% Pleas- 
ant 
'*'. Bert L. clerk, 1336 Mass. ave. b. 

156 Mt. Auburn 
*' Brothers (Asaph P. and Lamont S.) 
props. N. E. Pickling Co. 2599 
Mass. ave. 
"" Charles C. physician, 8 Elmwood 

ave. h. do. 
" Charles G. upholsterer, B. h. 56 

Prince 
" Christopher, herdic, b. 13 Leighton 

ct. 
" Clarence E. clerk, 1336 Mass. ave. 

b. 156 Mt. Auburn 
" Collins C. master mariner, h. 29 

Sidney 
" David H. clerk, B. b. 44 Tremont 
" David L. S. W. clerk, 157 Portland, 

b. 18 Bristol 
-' Edward A. brick mnfr. Concord av. 

n. Walden, h. at Somerville 
" Edward A. (Foster & Co.) cigars, 
etc. 1336 Mass. ave. h. 156 Mt. 
Auburn 
*' Edward J. laborer, h. 54 Cedar 
" Emma B. Mrs. h. 18 Lee 
" Francis A. artist, b. 15 Oxford 
" Francis C. lawyer, 28 State, B. h. 

15 Oxford 
" Francis M. at collar factory, 111 

Putnam ave. h. 66 do. 
*' Fred C. carpenter, h. 44 Cottage 
" Fred C. Mrs. dressmaker, 44 Cot- 
tage, h. do. 
" George E. 51 Sudbury, B. b. S For- 
est 
" George W. h. 342 Harvard 
" Henry P. teamster, h. 143 Gore 
" Herbert P. painter, Am. Rub. Co. 

h. 9 Springfield 
" Isabella, widow, h. r. 65 Mt. Au- 
burn 



Foster Isadore I. principal, Cushing 

school, h. 66 Pemberton 
" James, carriage washer, 11 Elm, b. 

315 Columbia 
" James, hay and grain, 111 Bridge, 

h. 5 East 
" James A. hostler, 29 Elm, b. 315 

Columbia 
" Joel H. salesman, B. h. 19 Antrim 
" John, foreman, packing room, 27 

Franklin, b. 168 Hampshire 
" John, plumber, b. 8 Shepherd's blk. 

Plympton 
" John A. clerk, Riverside Press, b. 

44 Tremont 
" Joseph, car conductor, h. 3 Lamont 

ave. 
" Joseph F. helper, 8 Brattle, h. 

Bradbury 
" Lamont S. (Foster Bros.), pickles, 

2599 Mass. ave. h. at Somerville 
" Louisa and Sarah A. h. 19 Antrim 
" Manuel, sawyer, h. 68 Second 
" Margaret E. widow of George H. h. 

66 Pemberton 
" Margaret L. h. 44 Tremont 
" Martin, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 9 Seckle 
" Robert, laborer, b. 27 Washington* 
" Robert, laborer, h. 30 Mill 
" Robert B. grocer, 157 Portland, h. 

18 Bristol 
" Samuel W. clerk, B. b. 44 Tremont 
" Sumner W. salesman, B. b'. 9 

Spring-field 
" Susan L. h. 19 Antrim 
" Theodore D. stationery, 168 Devon- 
shire, B. b. 12 Mellen 
" William, city lamp lighter, h. 8 

Shepherd's blk. Plympton 
" William Jr. clerk, 3 Brattle, b. 8 

Shepherd's blk. Plympton 
" William A. tuner, b. 149 Putnam 

ave. 
" William W. motorman, h. 149 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Willis H. action maker, h. 64 Elm 

" , widow, h. 1 Jefferson 

" & Co. (Edward A. Foster), cigars 

and lunch room, 1336 Mass. ave. 

Foundation Mary, widow of Thomas, 

h. 226 Green 
Fountain George W. carriagesmith, 15 
Osborn, h. 6 Harrison 
" Loring F. pattern maker, h. 101 
Henry 
Fouquet Alice A. piano worker, h. 288 
Wins or 
" Peter O. motorman, h. 295 Broad- 
way 
Fourness Arthur, electrical engineer, 

Am. Rub. Co. h. 4 Beech 
" Wilfred, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 4 Beech 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY 



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Founder Archille, mason's tender, b. 

18 Railroad 
" Arthur, laborer, h. 18 Railroad 
" Gonzegne E. (Union Produce Co.), 

579 Mass ave. rms. 17 William 
*• Louis, teamster, b. 18 Railroad 
Fowle Frances N. widow of Henry H. 

h. 141 Hamilton 
" Lewis 0. clerk, b. Ill Hamilton 
" Susan B. widow of Isaac H. h. 235 

Brookline 
Fowler Annie Mrs. h. 15 Pioneer 
" David H. carpenter, h. 2521 Mass. 

ave. 
" Frank C. salesman, B. b. 22 Tre- 

mont 
" John, mason, 199 Western ave. h. 

do. 
" John C. musician and (Fowler & 

Payne) 9G River, h. 43 Pleasant 
" Leah L. clerk, 53 River, rms. 35 y 3 

Essex 
" Lizzie M. bookkeeper, b. 22 Tre- 

mont 
" Mary B. widow of Frank A. h. 22 

Tremont 
" Pamelia Mrs. b. 4 Mt. Auburn 
" William, carpenter, h. 50 Howard 
" & Payne (John C. Fowler and 

Chas. W. Payne), tailors, 96 River 
Fowles Augustus J. L. confectioner, 

443 Mass. ave. h. 44 Pearl 
Fox Annie M. h. 358 Cambridge 
' Charles, mechanical engineer, 2 

Central sq. h. 59 Chestnut 
" Charles S. salesman, 37y 2 Howard, 

b. 518 Putnam ave. 
" Edward P. compositor, h. 518 Put- 
nam ave. 
' Ernest (Patterson & Fox), carpen- 
ter, 10 Oak circle, h. do. 
• George J. cattle market reporter, 

h. 9 Orchard 
' Helen, dressmaker, rms. 58 Austin 
" Henry V. clerk, B. & M. R. R. 

depot, B. b. 48 Sacramento 
" Jabez, lawyer, 50 State, B. h. 99 

Irving 
' Jacob, hairdresser, B. h. 22 Worces- 
ter 

' James A. h. 1006 Mass. ave. 

' James E. iron moulder, h. 134 

Amory 

' John, harness maker, B. b. 358 
Cambridge 

' John L. clerk, Am. Rubber Co. b. 
63 Ellery 

Joseph, collector, constable and" 
notary public, 28 School, rm. 19, 
B. h. 36 Walker 



Fox Sarah E. widow of John, h. 63 El- 
lery 

" Sarah W. teacher, Somerville, b. 99 
Irving 

" Thomas J. harness maker, b. 358 
Cambridge 

" William, laborer, h. 257 Vine 
Foxcroft Frank, editor Boston Jour- 
nal, h. 25 Hillside ave. 
Foy John, tinsmith, b. 5 Somerset 

" Richard, tinsmith, h. 5 Somerset 

" Richard, Jr. tinsmith, b. 5 Somer- 
set 

" William, painter, h. r. 251 River 
Foye Annie Mrs. h. 14 Warland 

" Clara E. widow of Samuel, h. 528 
Mass. ave. 

" George F. supt. Union station, B. 
h. 24 Norris 
Fraeder Henry, cabinet maker, h. S4 

Spring 
Fraetus Frank, tailor, h. 155 Charles 
! Frampton Alston, silver plater, b. B. <fe 
M. R, R. station, foot Third 

" Fannie B. Mrs. dressmaker, r. B. & 
M. R. R. station, foot Thirdji.do. 

" Gilbert P. station agent, B. & M. 
R. R. foot Third, h. do. 

" Joseph G. shoemaker, h. B. & M. R. 

R. foot Third 
France Rachel Mrs. h. 21 Ellery 
Franchi Francisco, cabinet maker, h. 

32 Kinnaird 
Francis Arthur, clothes cleaner, b. 5 
Jay 

" Bros.' (Geo. E. Jr. and William E. 
Francis), groceries, etc. 48 Bald- 
win 

" Catherine R. h. 50 Baldwin 

" George E. mngr. 7 Hovey ave. h. 50 
Baldwin 

" George E. Jr. (Francis Bros.) gro- 
cer, 48 Baldwin, b. 50 do. 

" John, laborer, h. 1 Rogers ct. 

" Jose, laborer, h. 208 Bridge 

" Manuel, clerk, 115 Bridge, h. 107 
Cambridge 

" Manuel, h. 8 Fifth 

" Manuel W. salesman, B. h. 42 Put- 
nam ave. 

" Nellie A. h. 43 Kirkland 

" William E. (Francis Bros.) grocer, 
48 Baldwin, b. 50 do. 

Francke Kuno, asst. prof. H. U. h. 2 
Berkeley pi. 

Franey Michael J. printer, B. h. 297 
Green 

Frank Charles, ivory carver, 65 Court, 
B. h. 62 Harvey 

" Charles, Jr. bottler, b. 62 Harvey 



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Frank Charles A. provisions, B. h. 14 

Tremoiit 
Frankenstein Emma, dressmaker, b. 
1048 Cambridge 
" Isadore, h. 1048 Cambridge 
" Max, boots and shoes, 1050 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1293 do. 
" William L. (W. L. Frankenstein & 
Co.), broker, 1050 Cambridge, h. 
1048 do. 
" W. L. & Co. (Wm. L. Frankenstein, 
prop.), pawn brokers and loans, 
1050 Cambridge 
Frankis Augustus, h. r. 48 Highland 

" Gus, gardener, h. 8 Highland 
Franklin Alexander, laborer, b. 27 
Hastings 
" Edward, mariner, h. 19 Harrison 
" John, waiter, b. 53 Hayes 
" John F. carpenter, h. 3 Norfolk pi. 
" John H. coal heaver, h. 27 Hastings 
" Walter, hack driver, b. 231 Brook- 
line 
" Weslej^, laborer, h. 55 Harvard 
Fransclow Frank, hairdresser, B. h. 

160 Winsor 
Franzen Carl, adjuster, h. 127 Cherry 
Fraser Angus, boiler maker, h. 210 
Columbia 
" David A. shipper, 40 Green, h. 124 

Pearl 
" Elizabeth, widow, h. 18 Haskell 
*•' Fred, laborer, h. 16 Decatur 
" Harriet Mrs. h. 204 Columbia 
" Henry A. carpenter, h. 2S2 Green 
" James, mail driver, h. r. 50 Broad- 
way 
" James, teamster, b. 3 Fifth 
" James E. carpenter, h. 52 Magee 
" James W. insurance, h.44 Columbia 
" John, laborer, b. 319 Concord ave. 
" John H. painter, h. 25% Magnolia 

ave. 
" John S. teamster, b. 34 Fifth 
" John T. laborer, h. r. 273 Main 
" Lewis, laborer, h. 1 Hampshire ct. 
" Margaret, widow, h. 16 Burns ct. 
" Richard M. driver, 901 Main, b. 61 
Pearl 

" Thomas F. clothing cutter, h. 792 
Main 

" Wiliam A. laborer, h. 3 Fifth 

FRASIER DANIEL E. piano 
hammer coverer, 139 Maiii, house 
24 Magazine. See page 846 
Frates Antone, laborer, h. 26 Winter 
" Frank, h. 34 Spring 

Fratina Jesse, finisher, h. Dailey alley 

Frawley Jeremiah J. laborer, b. 139 
Banks 



Frawley Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 
139 Banks 
" Michael, laborer, h. 201 Franklin 
" Thomas E. tinsmith, b. 102 Maga- 
zine 
Frazer David, stenographer, B. b. 16 
William 
" Robert J. fruit, b. 102 Magazine 
" Samuel A. stenographer, B. b. 102 

Magazine 
" Sarah Mrs. h. 102 Magazine 
Frazier John A. teamster, h. 36 An- 
drew 
" Peter A. coachman, 5 Hastings sq. 
h. at Boston 

FRAZIER WILLIAM H. 
apothecary, 169a Harvard, house 
50 Amory. See page 848 
" see Fraser, also Erasier 
Fredelin Julius, tailor, b. 45 Bristol 
Fredenberg Ernst, cabinet maker. 30 

Boylston, h. at Brighton 
Fredericks Julius, baker, h. 6 Salem 
Frederickson Axel, teamster, b.- 33 
Harvard 
" Emil, teamster, h. 33 Harvard 
" Fritz, teamster, b. 33 Harvard 
" John P. foreman, 530 Main, h. 141 

Clark 
" Julius A. case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 109 Cushing 
" Lea nor a S. t'cber, Thorndike school, 

h. at Somerville 
Free Frank E. hairdresser, 136a 

Hampshire, h. 7 Harding 
Freedman Reuben, tinsmith, 703 Main, 

h. 649 do. 
Freehill Cameron, candy maker, b. 15 

Columbia 
Freeman Arsene, harness mnfr. 2000 
Mass. ave. h. at Somerville 
" Aubrey J. driver, b. 30 River 
" A. Irving, carpenter,rms.421 Broad- 
way 
" Benjamin H. carpenter, h. 90 West- 
ern ave. 
" Bernard R. clerk, B. b. 117 Inman 
" Emily, widow of Lovick, h. r. 51 

Portland 
" Fred T. teamster, h. 228 Franklin 
" George, painter, b. 413 Main 
" Henry A. laborer, h. 5 Wesley ave. 
" Herbert B. mgr. at Medford. h. 117 

Inman 
" James, carpenter, b. 183 Harvard 
" James A. clerk, 133 Federal, B. h. 

Coolidge ave. cor. Mt. Auburn 
" Jane, widow of Nathan, b. 245 Nor- 
folk 
" Jesse H. clerk, 114 New Faneuil 
Hall Market, B. h. 56 Columbia 



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239 



Freeman John Joel, waiter, h. 181 
Franklin 
" John S. h. 31 Tufts 
" Lena Mrs. h. 7 Salem 
" Kobie (Spinney & Freeman), 783 

Main, h. at Boston 
" Rosa Mrs. boarding house, 5 Kil- 

daire 
" Koxana, widow of Bartlett B. h. 

94 Pearl 
" Samuel A. carrier, 617 Mass. ave. 

h. 228 Prospect 
" Snow F. shipper, h. 7 Salem 
" Thomas F. carpet layer, h. 1, r. 114 

Broadway 
" Wells D. agent, 136 Devonshire, B. 

h. 19 Trowbridge 
" William, carpenter, b. 183 Harvard 
Freese John W. master, Washington 

school, h. 17 Chauncy 
Freeth Annie, widow of William J. h. 
175 Putnam ave. 
" Edward, b. 175 Putnam ave. 
" William, at R. P. b. 175 Putnam av. 
Freidlen Julius, tailor, b. 45 Bristol 
Freitias Antonio, cigar maker, b. 773 
Cambridge 
" Manuel, truckman, h. 773 Cam- 
bridge 
French Charles L. supt. Standard Oil 
Co. Boston dept. Sixth, cor. Pot- 
ter, h. 34 Essex 
Edward L. carpenter, 15 Palmer, b. 

30 Mellen 
Estelle J. teacher, Harvard school, 

b. 369 Prospect 
Frank M. roofer, 696 Mass. ave. h. 9 

Franklin 
Frederick M. clerk, h. 90 Thorndike 
George E. driver, b. 221 Norfolk 
1 George E. newsdealer, 600 Mass. av. 

h. 93 Austin 
"Herman P. clerk, b. 49 Trowbridge 
" James M. machinist, h. 369 Pros- 
pect 
" Lucy C. Mrs. dressmaker, 132 

Green, h. do. 
" Mary C. Mrs. h. 221 Norfolk 
" Oren B. carpenter, 15 Palmer, h. 

30 Mellen 
" Rebecca Mrs. h. 459 Cambridge 
" Sarah B. widow, h. 13b Wendell 
' Sarah B. C. widow of John P. h. 
1534 Cambridge 
Timothy, laborer, h. 193 Broadway 
" William A. stair builder, 49 Trow- 
bridge, h. do. 
Frenier Napoleon, carpenter, h. 4 Wil- 
son ave. 

Frenning Elizabeth V. Mrs. proof- 
reader, b. 163 Magazine 



FRESH PONI> ICE CO. J. Q. 
Bennett, pres. ; E. A. Davenport, 
treas. ; T. S. Hittinger, supt. 321 
Washington, Somerville, Tel. 444-2 
branch offices, 6 Brattle, tel. 520, 
Yerxa & Yerxa, 669 Mass. ave. 
tel. 601-4, Andrew J. Lovell & Co. 
1853 Mass. ave. tel. 532-3 See p. 3 
Frew Angus, student, b. 163a Pearl 

" James, baker, 163 Pearl, h. 163a do. 
Friberg Alfred, clerk, B. b. 78 Magee 
Frick George, piano maker, h. 295 

Winsor 
Friel Ann, h. 43 Auburn pi. 
" Annie S. Mrs. milliner, h. 22 Fifth 
' k Hugh C. brush maker, b. 32 Fifth 
" James, cooper, h. 22 Third 
" James F. teamster, h. 236 Vine 
" Jane, h. 43 Auburn pi. 
" Nicholas, cooper, b. 221 Elm 
" Patrick, cooper, h. 95 Winter 
Friend Edward W. clerk, 13 Broadway, 
h. 262 y 2 do. 
" Mary G. widow of Richard, h. 263 % 
Broadway 
Frier Adolphus S. cuticline, 41 Pleas- 
ant, h. do. 
Frith Lucinda M. widow of John H. 

h. 34 Howard 
Fritz John J. carriage painting, 364 
Biver, h. 12 Douglass 
" Norman T. teamster, h. 75 Thorn- 
dike 
*' William, h. 35 Harvey 
" William B. carpenter, rms. 43 Essex 
Frockberg John Edward, tailor, h. 86 

Washington 
Froihnert Paul B. varnisher, h. 163 

Portland 
Froideavaux Paul, upholsterer, B. h. 

320 Green 
Frooburg Charles, laborer, h. 38 Sher- 
man 
Frost Albinus F. Rev. instructor in 
Theology, New Church Theo- 
logical school, h. 79 Oxford 
" Edward, h. 386 Harvard 
" Eliza H. copyist, Otis, cor. Second, 

b. 8 White 
" Florence E. teacher, Peabody 

school, b. at Waltham 
" Frank, provisions, 274 Broadway, h. 

77 Franklin 
" George A. artist, 2076 Mass. ave. h. 

53 Orchard 
" George E. painter, h. 1791 Mass. av. 
" -Helen E. h. 1791 Mass. ave. 
" Herbert S. b. 1791 Mass. ave. 
" Jeruisha, widow, h. 135 Elm 
" Joseph, carpenter, h. Washburn av. 
" Lloyd A. clerk, B. b. 79 Oxford 



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Frost Lucy J. bookkeeper, 274 Broad- 
way, b. 77 Franklin 
" L. Edna, widow of George A. h. end 

Clarendon ave. 
" Mantie E. Mrs. b. 16 Linnaean 
" Mary E. Mrs. h. 897 Main 
" Philip R. mariner, b. 79 Oxford 
" William H. carpenter, b. 15 May- 
nard pi. 
Frothingham Elizabeth S. h. 202 Elm, 
N. C. 
" Margaret, h. 118 Walker 
Frueh Frank X. watch repairer, 363 
Washington, B. b. 2495 Mass. av. 
Frye Charles E. foreman, 201 Bridge, 
h. 341 Cambridge 
" Emma C. b. 2279 Mass. ave. 
" Francis E. clerk, State House, B. 

b. 50 Wendell 
" Frank A. clerk, B. b. 46 Langdoh 
" James K. P. laborer, h. r. 1203 Cam- 
bridge 
" Joseph E. bookkeeper, h. 38 Amory 
" Lydia, widow of Samuel, h. 38 

Amory 
" Martha J. widow of James E. h. 353 

Pearl 
" Nathan A. at Standard Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 50 Wendell 
" Rose C. Mrs. h. 46 Langdon 
" Samuel B. laborer, h. 1192 Cam- 
bridge 
" Walter C. teamster, b. 1192 Cam- 
bridge 

FRYE WILLIAM JR. Hampden 
Creamery, 15 Central sq. h. 153 
River. See page 817 
Frykman G. Julius, machinist, h. 37 

Berkshire 
Fryott William, laborer, h. 39 Webster 

ave. 
Fuchs Carl M. J. tinsmith, b. 28 Har- 
vey 
" John E. currier, h. 28 Harvey 
Fudge Arthur S. coverer, 201 Bridge, 
h. 43 Fourth 
" David (David Fudge & Son), under- 
taker, 123 Cambridge, h. do. 

FUDGE DAVID & SOX, under- 
takers, 123 Cambridge. See p. 813 
Fugere J. Alfred, painter, h.2485 Mass. 

ave. 
Fuglestad John A. laborer, h. 27 Rail- 
road 
" Sewall N. machinist, b. 27 Railroad 
Fullam John P. teamster, b. 934 Cam- 
bridge 
" Mary, widow, h. 934 Cambridge 
Fuller Addie R. widow of Richard F. 
h. 13 Hilliard 



Fuller Arthur B. Mrs. h. 13 Hilliard 
" Caroline A. and Harriet W. h. 68 

Dana 
" Cassie, clerk, B. rms. 275 Broadway 
" Charles C. carpenter, 14 Dennis, B. 

b. 21 Haskell 
" Charles S. h. 125 Prospect 
" Charles W. collector, Cambridge 

Tribune, h. 3 Orchard 
" Cyrus B. b. 212 Hamilton 
" Edith D. asst. Epis. Theo. school 

library, b. 13 Hilliard 
" Edward H. electrician, B. h. 250 

Brookline 
" Emily, widow, h. 345 Harvard 
" George C. W. clothing, 557 Mass. 

ave. h. 101 Austin 
" George C. W. Jr. clerk, 557 Maes. 

ave. h. 101 Austin 
" Gurden E. clothing cutter. 2:> 

North, B. h. 120 Inman 
" James H. agent, h. 129 Magazine 
" John E. clerk, B. h. 1283 Cambridge 
" Lyman I. postal clerk, h. 108 Austin 
" Minnie S. Mrs. millinery, h. 120 In- 
man 
" Robert 0. h. 125 Prospect 
" Sarah, widow of Samuel, h. 308 

Brookline 
" Simeon H. woolens, B. h. 68 Dana 
" Walter, driver, h. 3 Harvard pi. 
" William H. paper hanger, h. 1 Jay 

st. pi. 
Fullerton George H. washer,136 Frank- 
lin, b. 228 Western ave. 
" Sarah J. widow of Augustus W. h. 

77 Wallace 
Fulton Allen, master mariner, h. 61 

Ellerv 
" Dugald " M. student, H. U. b. 61' 

Ellery 
" John, painter, h. 62 Prince 
" John A. h. 48 Winthrop 
Funk William F. gardener, h. r. 18 

Railroad 
Fuqua James, waiter, 15 Bow, b. at 

Boston 

FURBISH FRED B. carpenter 
and builder, 25 Church, house 31 
Crescent. See page 794 
Furbush Joseph H. police station 1. h. 
29 Crescent 
" Royal G. clerk, b. 29 Crescent 
Furfey Hugh, h. 12 Somerset 

" James, mat mnfr. 202 Brookline, li. 
194 do. 

FURFEY JAMES A. mat mnfr. 
202 Brookline, h. 134 Chestnut. 
See page 801 
" James H. driver, hose wagon, No. 5, 
h. 59 Prince 



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241 



Furfey John E. letter carrier, 28 Brat- 
tle, h. 24 Mt. Auburn 
" Michael, mat maker, 202 Brookline, 

h. 208 do. 
" William P. cooper, b. 12 Somerset 
Furlong- Isaac A. salesman, B. h. 7 

Russell 
" Robert, fish cutter, h. 14 Clay 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 65 Porter 
Furneaux Walter, car conductor, h. r. 

98 Holworthy 
Furniss Charles A. driver, 9 Brattle, 
b. 20 Sacramento pi. 
" Roger S. musician, h. 20 Sacra- 
mento pi. 
" William E. bicycles, 4 Brattle sq. h. 

5 Ashton pi. 
" William H. Mrs. h. 4 Reidesel ave. 
Furrus John, at N. P. & P. Co.'h. 28 

Warren 
Fury Martin, blacksmith, h. 6 Healey 
" Patrick, baker, 131 Inman, h. 157 

Portland 
" Thomas, wheelwright, h. 621 Huron 

ave. 
Fyfe Margaret, nurse, 2 Leonard ave. 
h. do. 

GABRIEL ALBERT G. action maker, 

b. 36 Austin 
" Frances, widow of Manuel B. h. 22 

Jefferson 
" Henry T. clerk, 145 Hampshire, h. 

77 Elm 
" Mary E. widow of John, h. 247 
Broadway 
Gaddis David, soap boiler, 200 Broad- 
way, h. 189 Elm 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 248 Elm 
William, janitor, Jefferson Physical 
Laboratory, h. at Somerville 
Gadesby Charles, iron worker, B. B. 
Wks. h. 22 Bristol 
" John, at B. B. Works, b. 22 Bristol 
Gaffey John, teamster, h. 56 Ninth 
; Thomas F. apothecary, 425 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Lynn 
Gaffney Charles B. baker, h. 23 Sidney 
' Charles B. driver, h. 1 Seventh st. 

ct. 
' Susan, housekeeper, h. r. 56 Winter 
Gafney James, machinist, h. 175 
Charles 
" John, plumber, h. 197 Cambridge 
Gagan Ann, widow of Francis, h. 61 

Hampshire 
Gage B. O. fireman, at Blake Mnfg. 
Co. h. at Somerville 
' Charles Sibley Mrs. h. 6 Garden 
; Daniel W. stoves and plumber, 1896 
Mass. ave. h. 146 Huron ave. 



Gage Jennie, dressmaker, rms. 68 Pearl 
" Milton, h. 68 Orchard 
" Seth X. ins. 53 Devonshire, B. b. 7 
Chester 
Gagne Edward, photographer, 482 

Winsor, h. do. 
Gagnon Delmar Mrs. h. 782 Main 
" Mederic, wire worker, 10 Franklin, 

h. 94 Henry 
" Oliver, cabinet maker, 13 Second 
" Rose Mrs. h. 782 Main 
" Ulderic, foreman, 10 Franklin, h. 94 
Henry 
Gahan John, laborer, b. John Mc- 

Hug'h's, Vassal lane 
Gahm Elizabeth B. teacher, Lassell 
school, h. 100 Antrim 
" John S. varnisher, h. 100 Antrim 
Gainey John, rubber worker, h. 450 
Broadway 
" William J. porter, h. 49 Hancock 
Gaitor Richard L. waiter, B. h. 89 

Walden 
Galarneau Charles, laborer, h. 5 Clif- 
ton 
" Frank D. laborer, b. 5 Clifton 
Galbraith Archibald V. student, H. U. 
b. 63 Highland ave. 
" Frederick W. Jr. b. 63 Highland av. 
" F. W. Mrs. h. 63 Highland ave. 
" John S. student, H. U. b. 63 High- 
land ave. 
" William A. gardener, h. 1 Ericsson 
ct. 
Gale Eliza C. widow of George T. h. 
320 Harvard 
" Ezra T. lumber, 640 Main, h. 10 
Centre 

/^ ALE GEORGE W. pres. Geo. 
VJ W. Gale Lumber Co. 640 Main, h. 

at Boston. See front cover 
pi ALE GEORGE W. LUMBER 

vDT CO. 640 Main. See front cover 
" Hezekiah C. h. 29 Chauncy 
" Louisa Mrs. h. 126 Hastings 
" Richard, ice cream, rms. 89 Walden 
Galgay Frank, laborer, h. r. 172 Spring 
" Maurice, at 169 Gore, b.r.172 Spring 
Gall Hanford, h. 236 Webster ave. 
Gallagher Bridget, dressmaker, 14 
Eliot, rms. do. 
" Charles, watchman, h. 138 Wash- 
ington 
" Daniel F. clerk, B. h. 16 Cameron 
" Dennis, rubber worker, h. 105 Port- 
land 
" Edward, shipper, 29 Hampshire, h. 
385 Norfolk 

" Frank, at 169 Gore, b. r. 59 Tre- 

mont 



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Gallagher Frank, at 169 Gore, b. 162 do. 
" Frank, laborer, b. 6 Clark 
" George A. plasterer, b. 209 Webster 

ave. 
" George W. (Gallagher & Baxter), 

bicycles, etc. 1361 Cambridge, h. 

at Somerville 
" Hugh, cigars, 44 Prospect, b. 187 

Hampshire 
" Hugh, rubber worker, h. 2 Harvard 

Pi. 
" Hugh J. laborer, h. 40 Gore 

" Hugh J. Jr. clerk, b. 40 Gore 

V Hugh T. teamster, h. 3 Seventh st. j 

ct. 
'• James, teamster, h. 379 Norfolk 
" John, hostler, 169 Gore 
" John, laborer, h. 297 Main 
" John A. safe maker, h. 208 Harvard 
" John B. polisher, b. 15 Second 
" Joseph J. stenographer, B. b. 51 

Lopez 
' Lizzie, h. 1 Coolidge pi. 
" Margaret, h. 2 Hastings 
" Mary E. widow of John, h. 15 Sec- 
ond 
" Nicholas, clerk, B. b. 775 Cam- 
bridge 
" Owen J. bookbinder, h. 51 Lopez 
" Owen M. clerk, h. 38 Gore 
" Patrick, b. 297 Main 
" Patrick, lumber, b. 6 Clark 
" Peter, candy maker, B. h. 33 Cedar 
" Peter, conductor, h. 1176 Cam- 
bridge 
" Richard, tinsmith, h. 44 Howard 
" Sarah Mrs. h. 15 Farwell pi. 
" Thomas, plasterer, 632 Mass. ave. h. 

239 Webster ave. 
" Thomas 2d, plasterer, b. 239 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Thomas F. apothecarj% 87 Hamp- 
shire, h. at Clinton 
Thomas J. trunk maker, B.h. Wash- 
burn ave. 
" William, foundryman, b. 253 Vine 
" William, laborer, h. 6 Clark 
" William (William Gallagher & 
Sons), plasterer, 239 Webster av. 
h. do. 
" William, Jr. driver, b. 239 Webster 

ave. 
" & Baxter (George W. Gallagher 
and Joseph F. Baxter), bicycles, 
etc. 1361 Cambridge 

GALLAGHER WILLIAM 
VX & SONS, plasterers,239 Webster 
ave. See page 809 

Gallant Cornelius, cook, h. 147 Tre- 
mont 



Gallant John, carpenter, h. 127 Spring 
" John, Jr. rubber worker, b. 127 

Spring 
" William, bookbinder, b. 127 Spring 
Gallen Michael, at 177 Bridge, h. 179 
do. 
" Peter, laborer, b. 75 Plympton 
Galligan Bartholomew, rubber work- 
er, h. 19 Harvard 
" Peter, safe maker, h. 133 Munroe 
" Philip F. foreman, h. 128 Spring 
" Thomas, stone cutter, h. 19 Har- 
vard 
Gallishaw Henry, furniture mover, 

619 Main, h. do. 
Gallison Fred N. plumber, 694 Mass. 
ave. rnas. 142 Mt. Auburn 
" H. H. artist, b. 94 Brattle 
" Sarah A. widow, b. 142 Mt. Auburn 
Gallivan Daniel, printer, 18 Central sq. 
b. 22 Sparks 
" James, h. 36 Foster 
" James, laborer, b. 23 Mill 
" James, printer, U. P. h. 57 Parker 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 8 Murray 
" John, b. 10 Broadway 
" John, city laborer, b. 28 Foster 
" John, laborer, b. 23 Mill 
" John, Mrs. h. 255 Mt. Auburn 
" John J. driver, Cambridge Laundrv 

b. 35 Willard 
" John J. laborer, b. 22 Sparks 
" Margaret, widow of John, h. 101 

Dudley 
" Mary, widow, h. 1 Montgomery 
" Michael F. plumber, 27 Brattle, b. 

35 Willard 
" Mortimer, laborer, h. 23 Mill 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 22 Sparks 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 35 Willard 
" Timothy, laborer, Murray st. sta- 
bles, h. 8 Murray 
" see Galvin 
Galvin Ann. widow of James, h. 50 
Bridge 
" Daniel, peddler, b. 293 Elm 
" Daniel, teamster, B. h. 12 Burns ct. 
" Ellen, widow of Chris, h. 212 Vine 
" James, carriage painter, 224 Main. 

h. 35 Locust 
" James B. at U. P. b. 6 Grant 
" Jeremiah, at Am. Rub. Wks. h. 37 

Charles 
" Jesse, furniture polisher, h. 84 Tre- 

mont 
" John, laborer, B. & M. R. R. b. 125 

Gore 
" John, laborer, H.U. yard, h.6 Grant 

" John, piano action mkr. h.227 Third 
" John A. conductor, h. 34 Myrtle av. 



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243 



Galvin John J. carriage painter, h. 35 
Lopez 
" Julia, h. 79 Boylston 
•' Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 125 

Gore 
" Mary, widow, h. 1734 Cambridge 
•' Mary E. and Katherime, h. 8 De- 
Wolfe 
• ; Mary E. widow of Richard A. h. 190 

Brookline 
' Maurice, teamster, h. 36 Portland 
" Michael, laborer, b. 10 Sixth 
' Michael, teamster, b. 63 Portland 
'' Michael J. candy maker, h. 365 

Prospect 
" Michael J. Shoemaker, 16% Hol- 

yoke, b. 8 DeWolfe 
" Michael J. teamster, at Som. h. 191 

Brookline 
,v Mortimer, driver,* 1509 Cambridge, 

h. 10 Sparks 
" Patrick, fireman, h. 10 Berkshire 
" Philip J. pressman, h. 186 Brook- 
line 
" Robert J. laborer, h. 44 North 
Timothy J. gardener, at Observa- 
tory, h. 191 Mt. Auburn 
Galway Cassie J. dressmaker, 211 Mt. 
Auburn, b. do. 
" James W. bookbinder, 26a Brattle, 

b. 211 Mt, Auburn 
'" William, marble polisher, h. 211 Mt. 

Auburn 
" William F. teamster, b. 211 Mt, Au- 
burn 
Gam ache Louis J. A. teacher, St. Ma- 
ry's school, h. 57 Essex 
Gambell Clark, driver, h. 6 Willis ct. 
Gamlin Alice M. stenographer, b. 15 
Jay 
" Fred,"clerk. b. 15 Jay 
" Hannah G. widow of William, h. 15 
Jay 
Gammon Edward J. printer, b. 143 
Hastings 
' Felinda, widow of Edward E. h. 143 

Hastings 
' George E. expressman, b. 109 

School 
1 Hannah B. Mrs. h. 123 Washington 
' John F. printer, b. 143 Hastings 
Gammons Bertha, widow of Charles H. 

h. 41 Columbia 
Gandy Charles, laborer, h. 11 Suffolk 
Thomas, Jr. laborer, h. Speare's 
blk. Binney 
Gannett John S. clerk, 40 State, B. h. 
19 Ware 
Thomas B. supt. R. S. R. h. Chan- 
ging pi. 



Gannett William Wyllys, h. 19 Ware 

" William W. Mrs. h. Channing pi. 
Gannon Frank Mrs. h. 45 Webster ave. 
" John, brush maker, b. 159 Broad- 

way 
" John, laborer, b. 18 Pioneer ave. 
" Peter J. mason, b. 380 Norfolk 
" Thomas, mason, h. 192 Elm 
" Thomas, stove mounter, B. h. 113 

Third 
" Thomas A. varietj', 811 Cambridge, 

h. 14 Harding- 
" Thomas F. baker, b. 60 Sidney 
\ Ganong Allison W. blacksmith, 2613 
i Mass. ave. h. at Arlington 

I " Frank N. adv. agent, B. h. 48 Or- 
I chard 

■ " George A. blacksmith, 26 Regent, 
i h. 37 do. 

I " Henry, painter, h. 2 Seventh st. ct. 
" Isabella, widow of Samuel, b. 11 

Walnut ave. 
" John C. machinist, h. 1 Henderson 
ct. 
(ianvan Damasse, cabinet maker, h. 

152 Third 
Garabedian Markar D. shoemaker, 85 

Webster ave. h. do. 
Garand Stanislaus, cornice maker, h. 

100 Dudley 
Garcelon Octavia D. b. 25 Pearl 
Garde Edward, provisions, h. 149 Co- 
lumbia 
Gardham George T. driver, 33 Summer, 

B. h. 62 Spring 
Gardiner Albert G. draughtsman, 2 
Central sq. b. 106 Austin 
" Frederick Mrs. h. 24 Concord ave. 
" Henrietta, h. 24 Concord ave. 
" Olive L. h. 8 Forest 
Gardner Benjamin F. salesman, 30 So. 
Market, B. h. 1 Blake 
" Charles, upholsterer, h. 51 Portland 
" Charles W. h. 12 Van Norden 
" Edward J. coachman, h. r. 59 Tre- 

mont 
" Frank, b. 1195 Cambridge 
" Frederick M. salesman, h. 70 Pros- 
pect 
" George E. laborer, h. r. 19 Grant 
" James, coachman, 125 Prospect 
" James A. painter, 187 Green, h. 313 

Columbia 
" James E. physician, Hubbard park, 

h. do. 
" John C. engineer, B. & M. R. R. 
shop, h. 89 Third 

" Joseph A. hairdresser, 6 Holyokc, 
h. at Somerville 

" Maria, b. 30 Walker 



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Gardner Martha A. Mrs. h. 120 Winsor 
" Mary, widow of James, h. 5 Fifth 
" Mary, widow of Miles, h. 17 De- 
catur 
" Mary C. widow of Benjamin R. h. 

70 Prospect 
" Miles, artist, b. 35 Warren 
" Peter, laborer, h. 35 Warren 
'" Randall D. draughtsman, B. B. 

Works, h. 286 Huron ave. 
" Richard, laborer, h. 8 Sargent 
" Samuel B. h. 10 Lake 
" Sarah Mrs. h. 1195 Cambridge 
" Susie B. nurse, 69 River, b. do. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 15 Bristol 
" Walter J. clerk, B. b. 1 Blake 
" William F. painter, 704 Mass. ave. 
b. 70 Prospect 
Garey Charles A. at 50 Washington, B. 

h. 891 Mass. ave. 
Garfield Leonard D. supt. H. U. build- 
ings, h. 37 Irving 
" Samuel T. clerk, rms. 66 Pearl 
Garfinkey Maurice, peddler, b. 458 Co- 
lumbia 
Gargan Patrick J. teamster, h. 90' 

Washington 
Garland Adelbert D. painter, h. 4 Wat- 
son 
" Alex H. (Camb. Ice Co.), 122 Hamp- 
shire, rms. 124 do. 
" Charles A. caterer, h. 49 Elm 
" Edward, hose maker, h. 104 Wash- 
ington 
" Henry, nurseryman, h. 31 Market 
" Henry C. ice cream maker, 29 Brat- 
tle, h. 363 Western ave. 
" James, driver, b. 113 Columbia 
" James, laborer, h. 43 Pilgrim 
" Samuel, carpenter, h. 18 Cherry 
" S. Roscoe, clerk, 1051 Mass. ave. 
rms. do. 
Garman Samuel, at Agassiz Museum, 

h. 17 Gray 
Garner William W. waiter, h. 106 Clark 
" W. W. Mrs. dressmaker, h.106 Clark 
Garrabrant Edward W. hatter, h. 211 

Putnam ave. 
Garraghan Martin, h. 9 Leonard ave. 
Garraty John W. foreman, 640 Main, 

h. 15 Leonard ave. 
Garrett Alfred, brick maker, h. 140 
Sherman 
" Alfred C. prof. H. U. h. 27 Everett 
" Harry R. blacksmith, b. 99 Inman 

f^i ARRETT WILLIAM F. horse- 

\JT shoer, 139 Franklin, h. 99 Inman. 

See page 98 
" William W. student, b. 99 Inman 

Garrity Catherine, widow of John, h. 
6 Beaver 



Garrity George A. tinsmith, h. 5 Pio- 
neer 
" John, laborer, h. 312 Third 
" Michael, plumber, b. 6 Beaver 
" Michael W. shoemaker, h. 4 Pioneer 
" Thomas, teamster, h. 19 Beaver 
Garth Frederic C. photographer, 25 

Central sq. h. River 
Gartland John H. florist, 43 Tremont, 

B. b. 97 Line 
! " Michael, lard refiner, Niles Bros. h. 
Concord ave. n. Huron ave. 
" Patrick, engineer, h. 97 Line 
" Peter F. teacher, B. h. 16 Market 
Gartley Norman, copper worker, b. 62 

Norfolk 
Gartner Christian, bakery, 111 Fourth, 

h. do. 
Garton Joseph V. pastor, Old Camb. 

Bap. church, h. 364 Harvard 
Gartside Joseph, clerk, 169 Gore, h. at 

Somerville 
Garvey James, horseshoer, 100 Port- 
land, h. 3 Webster ave. 
" John J. grocer, 31 Harvard, h. 44."> 

Main 
" Michael, laborer, h. 289 Elm 
" Michael J. clerk, 1092 Cambridge-, 
b. 1070 do. 
Garvin Ann, widow of Thomas, h. 85 
Cambridge 
" Daniel E. steam fitter, h. 238 

Franklin 
" Ellen, widow of William, h. 103 

Fourth 
" John, glass blower, 3 Second, h. 29 
Ninth 

f^i ARVIN PATRICK J. real es 
\JF tate and ins. 253 Camb rid ge,house 

at Somerville. See page 21 
" Patrick, b. 162 Gore 
" Thomas, steam fitter, h. 25 Magee 
" see Gavin 
Gaskill Charles A. paper hang-er, h. 2 
Pleasant pi. 
" Ernest E. teas and coffees, b. 82 

Franklin 
" George F. piano tuner, h. 82 Frank- 
lin 
" Henry E. (Ferguson & Gaskill), 

tea, etc. 885 Main, h. 57 Austin 
" Henry W. laborer, h. 82 Franklin 
Gaskins Thomas B. laborer, h. 8 Magee 
Gasper Joseph, fisherman, h.70 Second 
Gass Charles H. butter, 61 Quincy mar- 
ket, B. h. 11 Roseland 
" James A. clerk, B. b. 11 Roseland 

Gassett Harriet A. widow of Charles. 

h. 49 Wellington 
Gatchell Mary E. Mrs. h. 51 Creighton 



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Gately Frank W. teamster, b. 13 Grant 
" James, b. 13 Grant 
" James E. cleric, b. 14 Grant 
" Jeremiah, cooper, b. 119 Pine 
" John, laborer, b. 10 Allston 
" John, laborer, h. 119 Pine 
" John J. clerk, 1390 Mass. ave. h. 13 

Grant 
" Joseph C. butter, cheese and eggs, 

h. 25 Myrtle ave. 
" Martin, expressman, h. 33a Cowper- 

thwaite 
" Martin, varnisher, h. 253 Sixth 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 1198 Cambridge 
" Patrick J. teamster, h. 14 Allston 
" Peter, marble polisher, h. 89 Amory 
" Thomas, laborer, h. r. 90 Hol- 

worthy 
" Thomas, tinsmith, b. 119 Pine 
" Thomas H. printer, h. 387 Western 
ave. 
Gates Alfred B. car conductor, h. 70 
Green 
" Charles K. bookkeeper, B. h. 80 

Fayette 
" Harriet A. widow of Stephen F. h. 

135 River 
" William H. Mrs. h. 21 William 
" William S. rubber coat maker, h. 
Hotel School 
Gatewood Arthur, waiter, h. 73 Wash- 
ington 
Gaudet Philip, mason, h. 8 Erie 
Gaughan Edward E. case maker, b. 25 
Ninth 
" John, grocer, 25 Ninth, h. do. 
" Thomas W. case maker, b. 25 Ninth 
Gaul Hanford T. teamster, 161 Main 
" Mary A. widow of Russell, h. 28 
Harrison 
Gauley Isaiah W. gardener, b. 22 My r- 
tle ave. 
' James, care taker, h. 43 Parker 
" John A. at Gas Works, h. 22 Myr- 
tle ave. 
" see Gourlay 

Gauss Carl F. student, b. 58 Lake View 
ave. 
William T. boots and shoes, 18 
High, B. h. 58 Lake View ave. 
Gauthier Alexander, cabinet maker, 
h. 45 School 
' Asa, clerk, 773 Main, b. 45 School 
Gavin Daniel J. carpenter, h. 18 Wor- 
cester 
David, carpenter, h. 20 Worcester 
David W. carpenter, b.20 Worcester 
' James A. clerk, 713 Cambridge, b. 

20 Worcester 
' Lochlin, carpenter, h. 20 Worcester 



Gavin Thomas A. brick layer, h. 139 
Hamilton 

" see Garvin 
Gaw David M. salesman, b. 116 Han- 
cock 

" James, laborer, h. 40 Fairmont 

" James, Jr. bookbinder, b. 40 Fair- 
mont 
Gay Albert J. piano maker, b. 112 
Pearl 

" Archibald H. sailmaker, h. 180 
Broadway 

" Arthur S. salesman, B. b. 38 Or- 
chard 

" Charles A. janitor, City Hall, h. 96 
Hancock 

" Charles S. engraver, b. 112 Pearl 

" Elliot F. M. clerk, 519 Mass. ave. h. 
124 Pearl 

" Elliott A. canvasser, h. 112 Pearl 

" Fred Parker, student, H. U. b. 10 
Concord ave. 

" Fannie E. Mrs. dressmaker, 15 
Howard, h. do. 

" George F. 18 India, B. h. 10 Con- 
cord ave. 

" Herbert S. teacher, Webster school, 
b. 20 Mellen . 

" Howard E. hairdresser, B. h. 15 
Howard 

" Isadore J. clerk, 11 Brattle, b. r. 99 
Mt. Auburn 

" Sarah F. widow of Edward A. h. 38 
Orchard 

" William, letter carrier, 28 Brattle, 
h. 5 Everett 

" William H. machinist, h. 82 Allston 
Gayler Christopher F. night starter, 
Baldwin st. station, h. 1218 Cam- 
bridge 
Gay lord Frances D. widow of Edwin, 
h. 33 Walden 

" William L. salesman, B. h. 50 Pem- 

berton 

Gayne Cornelius, teamster, h. 62 Vine 

Gayton Patrick F. (Gay ton & Co.), 

charcoal, 103 Bridge, h. 136 

Thorndike 

" & Co. (Patrick F. Gayton, Charles 
Gormley, John Walsh and James 
McKenna), charcoal, 103 Bridge 
Geagan James, laborer, h. 25% Gore 
Gearin John J. oil dealer, h. 9 Ply- 
mouth 
Gearty Edgar M. plumber, h. 10 Wes- 
ley ave. 

" Thomas F. harness maker, b. 10 
Wesley ave. 
Gearv Abbie D. dressmaker, 50 Cedar 
b. do. 



246 



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[GJ 



DIRECTORY 



b. 



199 

. 10 



Geary Bartholomew, driver 
Vine 
" Cornelius F. wood moulder, h 

Hotel Harrison 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 1 Harding 
1 Daniel, Jr. clerk, b. 1 Harding 
" George A. printer, h. 150 Pearl 
" James, cooper, h. 269 Vine 
' John, potter, b. 55 Cedar 
" Joseph, polisher, h. 18 Gore 
" Michael, plasterer, b. 56 Walden 
" Patrick, baker, h. 1 Eighth 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 50 Cedar 
" William, city teamster, h. 46 Mont- 
gomery 
" William Mrs. h. 60 Norris 
Geddes Alice A. Mrs. h. 878 Mass. ave. 
" Robert A. stone cutter, h. 68 First 
Geddis James, laborer, 173 Webster av. 
' Joseph, teamster, 173 Webster ave. 
h. Columbia 
Gedry John, teamster, h. 72 Sixth 
Geisler Maria A. widow of Francis C. 

h. 1539 Cambridge 
Geldert Edward B. compositor, h. 114 

Prospect 
Geldowsky John F. papier mache, Otis, 

n. First, h. at Dorchester 
Gendrall Joseph, laborer, rms. 293 

Third 
George Andrew M. lather, h. 30 Han- 
cock 
" Charles, watchman, h. 25 Howard 
" Eliza A. widow of Obadiah, h. 965 

Cambridge 
" Frank, fruit, conf'y, etc. 722 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Somerville 
" Frank G. at Am. Rub. Co. h. r. 22 

Spring 
' James, janitor, h. 309 Vine • 
Geppert Charles, furniture carver, b. 
19 Market 
; Marie, widow of Hermann, h. 19 
Market 
Gerald Fred, laborer, rms. 35 Black- 
stone 
" see Jerauld 
Gerhart William, brass finisher, b. 167 

Charles 
Oermaine David, h. 19 Tuttle 
' George, hairdresser, b. 10 Farwell 

pi. 
' John D. plasterer, o. 34 Foster 
" Joseph P. fireman, b. 19 Tuttle 
" Mary A. b. 19 Tuttle 
" Thbmas F. plasterer, h. 2 Sherman 

nEEMANIA FIRE INS. CO- 

\JT of New York, John S. Sawyer, 

agent, 553 Mass. ave. See front 
cover 



Gernon Alexander, at 169 Gore, h. 16 

Warren 
Gerould Chas. W. teacher, High school, 

B. h. 76 Oxford 
Gerrish Edward, b. 6 Avon 
" Mary A. widow of Samuel, h. 234 

Allston 
" Peter, upholsterer, h. 69 Sixth 
" Smith, h. 6 Avon 
" Willard P. at Observatory, h. 27 

Garfield 
" Woodbury, cabinet maker, 119 
Pearl, h. 143 Green 
Gerry Andrew W. wire worker, h. 70 
Waverly 
"Frank A. cooper, b. 70 Waverly 
" Frederick A. Mrs. h. 1696 Mass. av. 
" John N. plasterer, h. 11a Valentine 
" John W. h. 190 Elm, N. C. 
" Thomas H. engineer, 172 Pearl, h. 
15 Wilbur 
Gersonovitch Bernard, furniture, h. 

307 Cambridge 
Gerstein Simon (Globe Dry Goods Co.) 

867 Main, h. 13 Douglass 
Gertson Albert, grocer, 33a Union, h. 
38 do. 
" Victor, provisions, h. 69 Clark 
Getchell Eliza H. teacher, Harvard 
school, rms. 48 Amory 
" Harry C. laundry, 3 Central sq. 

rms. 42 Pearl 
" W T aldo I. machinist, h. 45 Ellery 
Gething Thomas, fireman, rms. 254 

Winsor 
Gethins Francis W. blacksmith, b. 319 
Green 
" James H. plumber, h. 5a Erie 
" James H. Mrs. dressmsaker, 5a Erie 

h. do. 
" Patrick, coachman, 320 Harvard, h. 

319 Green 
" Thomas P. plumber, h. r. 207 
Franklin 
Gettier Johanna, widow of Henry, b„ 

113 Pleasant 
Getz Thomas, cabinet maker, b. 4 Mul- 
lens ct. 
Geyer Laforest F. hairdresser, 120 
Hampshire, h. 118 do. 
" William E. salesman, B. b. 18 Mt. 
Auburn 
Giannetto Fred C. A. bicycle repairer, 

h. 64 Pleasant 
Gibbons James E. teamster, B. h. 27 
Jefferson 
" John, laborer, b. 30 Berkshire 
" Joseph J. salesman, B. h. 1417 Cam- 
bridge 
" Michael, laborer, h. 13 Lambert 



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247 



Gibbons Patrick, laborer, Am. Rub. 
Co. b. 27 Plymouth 
" Richard G. teamster, h. 61 Sixth 
" Thomas, soap maker, 184 Broad- 
way, h. 27 Plymouth 
Gibbs Albert, beltmaker, b. 1 Sixth 
" Amory T. lawyer, B. h. 104 Henry 
" Edward, laborer, b. 6 Market 
" Francis G. pig- iron, B. b. 43 Erie 
" Fred T. clerk, 43 Franklin, B. h. 97 

Norfolk 
"' George A. laborer, b. 1 Sixth 
" George O. agent, 141 Milk, B. h. L3a 

Wendell 
" Horace G. h. 110 Inman 
" Lucien E. student, b. 97 Norfolk 
" Ruhama H. widow of George H. h. 
14 Rockwell 
Gibson Ann, widow of Daniel, h. 25 Jay 
" Charles, painter, b. 728 Cambridge 
;: Frances, widow, b. 8 Upton 
" George, b. 11 Willard 
" Geo. A. treas. Ivers & Pond Piano 

Co. 530 Main, h. at Medford 
" Harry, driver, 11 Willard, b. do. 
" Henry, gardener, h. 91 Norfolk 
" Henry D. at Am. Rub. Co. b. 91 Nor- 
folk 
" James H. second-hand furniture, 

500 Cambridge, h. 502 do. 
"' James J. driver, 52 Foster, b. do. 
" John, clerk, 20 Albany, b. at Boston 
" John, gardener, Hubbard Park and 

milkman, 52 Foster, h. do. 
" John, Jr. ex. helper, B. b. 52 Foster 
" Joseph P. reporter. 65 Franklin, B. 

b. 138 Western ave. 
" Lydia G. h. 64 Franklin 
" Samuel P. stenographer, B. h. 73 

Concord ave. 
" Thomas, packer, A. H. Hews & Co. 

b. 61 Hubbard ave. 
" Thomas V. brass finisher, h. 2 

School pi. 
" William E. h. 97 Walden 
" William J. potter, A. H. Hews & Co. 

b. 61 Hubbard ave. 
" William T. milkman, 11 Willard, h. 
do. 
Giddings Joseph, hatter, h. 317 Pros- 
pect 
" Samuel, h. 105 Cambridge 
Giffney Catherine, widow of John, h. 

232 Norfolk 
Gifford Charles W. machinist, b. 577 
ave. 

' Ly sander W. H. foreman electric 
dept. 169 Gore, h. 265 Cambridge 

William L. R. librarian Cambridge 
Public Library, h. 3 Cleveland 



Giggy Mary A. widow of Israel, h. 25 

Portland 
Gilbert Arnold S. laborer, b. 62 Allston 
Averj', clerk, b. 72 Inman 
Charles E. student, H. U. b. 5 War- 
land ave. 
Charles H. brick layer, h. 297 Green 
Ellery T. ins. agt. h. 5 Warland 
Eugene F. conductor, h. 74 Amory 
Eugene F. furnace tender, h. Sum- 
mer, cor. Amory 
Francis, laborer, h. 49 Reed 
Fred M. salesman, B. h. 122 Han- 
cock 
Frederick C. chemist, b. 5 Warland 
George B. painter, h. 19 Oak circle 
Hiram, h. 20 Park 
James L. (Gilbert & Butler) organ 

builders, 69 Fifth, h. 14 Lee 
Mary A. Mrs. nurse, h. 221 Har- 
vard 
Mary M. h. 195 Hamilton 
Moses, engineer, h. 9 Portland 
Robert M. clerk, B. h. 62 Allston 
William F. painter, Inman pi. n. 
West st. pi. h. r. 72 Inman 
" William F. Jr. inspector, N. E. T. & 
T. Co. B. b. r. 72 Inman 

GILBERT & BUTLER (James 
L. Gilbert & Geo. A. Butler), or- 
gan builders. 69 Fifth. See p. 840 
Gilbert! Anthony, shoe repairer, 190 

Franklin, h. do. 
Gilbertson Albert, rubber worker, h. 

167 Winsor 
Gilbride John, foundry man, h. 189 

Cambridge 
Gilcreas Charles S. salesman, B. b. 235 
Harvard 
" Frances E. bookkeeper, 110 Har- 
vard, b. 235 do. 
" Hannah M. widow of D. Austin, h. 

235 Harvard 
" Walter F. clerk, T. B. M. Co. Third, 
b. 235 Harvard 
Gilclersleeve Charles H. lawyer, h. 52 

Irving 
Giles Daniel F. real estate, h. 56 Eustis 
" Henry M. mechanical engineer, h. 

101 Antrim 
" James F. carpenter, b. 36 Austin 
" Smiley S. foreman, W. E. St. Ry. h. 
198 Auburn 
Gill Bridget, widow of Patrick J. h. r. 
255 Elm 

" James G. machinist, h. 99 Fifth 
" Lauriano P. hairdresser, 89a Hamp- 
shire, h. 10 Vandine 

" Mabel A. at Observatory, b. 261 
Crescent 



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Gill Michael, laborer, h. 22 Hunting 
" Patrick, bricklayer, b. 22 Hunting 
" Thomas E. teamster, h. 1073 Cam- 
bridge 
Gilla-in Priscilla, widow of Chas. H. h. 
20 Dodge 
" Solomon, h. 20 Dodge 
Gillan John, harness and carriage 
dealer, h. 7 Ninth 
" Margaret, housekeeper, h. 7 Ninth* 
" Patrick J. boarding house, 15 Far- 
well pi. 
" Thomas, cooper, h. Hotel School 
Gillespie Eliza J. Mrs. dressmaker, 176 
Lake View ave. h. do. 
k * Isaac W. carpenter, 483 Main, h. 

152 Prospect 
" Mary A. widow of John, h. 303 

Western ave. 
" Nehemiah, laborer, b. 1 r. 156 Nor- 
folk 
" William, stone driller, h. 1 r. 156 
Norfolk 
Gillgoff David, grocer, 185 Bridge, h. 

do. 
Gillies John P. tailor, h. 463 Putnam 
ave. 
" Robert L. picture framer, b. 463' 
Putnam ave. 
Gilligan Bartley, laborer, b. 15 Sparks 
" Daniel J. night lunch, b. 113 Hamp- 
shire 
" Fred A. clerk, B. b. 145 Otis 
" James, hostler, h. 153 Hamilton 
" John, city laborer, h. 225 Elm 
" John H. laborer, h. 246 Bridge 
" John J. laborer, b. 64 Allston 
" Mary N. h. 258 Prospect 
" Patrick, h. 258 Prospect 
" Rose, widow of Thomas, h. 145 Otis 
Gillis Alexander H. real estate, 27 
School, B. h. 78 Lake View ave. 
" Andrew, carpenter, h. 44 Baldwin 
" Arland, laborer, h. 70 Brookline 
" August, carpenter, b. 4% Essex 
" Duncan, carpenter, h. 30 Broadway 
" Frank, clerk, 783 Main, b. at Boston 
" George H. asst. supt. 9 Hampshire, 

h. at Somerville 
" Harry N. student, b. 78 Lake View 

ave. 
" James H. teamster, b. 261 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" John, blacksmith, h. 71 Spring 

" John, laborer, b. 472 Cambridge 
" John, laborer, h. 74 Gushing 

" John F. compositor, b. 261 Mt. Au- 
burn 

" Joseph, blacksmith's helper, 2443 
Mass. ave. rms. do. 



Gillis Neil, carpenter, rms. 211 Hamp- 
shire 

" Patrick, city laborer, h. 261 Mt. Au- 
burn 

" Peter, laiborer, h. 271 Vine 

" Sarah, h. 244 Hampshire 

" William, carpenter, h. 144 Webster 
ave. 
Gilloughly James, furniture, h. 2 Lilac 
ct. 

" Charles H. ins. 113 Devonshire, B. 
th. 17 Magazine 

" Edward F. grocer, 9 Reed, h. do. 

" Francis B. Mrs. h. 32 Hawthorn 

" Frank M. physician, 179 Putnam 
ave. h. do. 

" James A. printer, U. P. h. 9 Leon- 
ard ave. 

" Mary M. teacher, Wyman school, h. 
44 Chester 

" Orlando W. lumber com. mer. h. 51 
Creighton 

" Roger, student, H. U. b. 32 Haw- 
thorn 

" Sarah E. widow of Charles, h. 75 
Sixth 

" William B. car conductor, b. 92 An- 
trim 

GILMAX ARTHUR, director of 
the Cambridge school, 79 Brattle, 
house 5 Waterhouse. See p. 863 
Gilmore Annie, widow of William J. 
h. 256 Pearl 

" Catherine, widow of John, h. 50 
Auburn pi. 

" David G. laborer, h. 98 Harvard 

" Edward iS. grocer, 29 Main, Oharies- 
town, h. 102 Avon Hill 

" Elizabeth A. widow of Gilbert, h. 
974 Mass. ave. 

" Harry S. driver, h. 223 Broadway 

" James H. grocer, 25 Holworthy, b. 
50 Auburn pi. 

" Jerome, clerk, b. 151 Winsor 

" Jerome Jr. painter, h. 151 Winsor 

" Mabel C. clerk, 264 Pearl, b. do. 

" Marion E. teacher of French, b. 974 
Mass. ave. 

" Rdbert H. h. 26 Clinton 

" Ruth Mrs. dressmaker, h. 25 Wash- 
ington 

" Sarah D. widow of Henry H. h. 26 
Clinton 
Gilmour Thomas, moulder, h. 21 Tre- 
nt out 

" William E. clerk, B. h. 279 Pearl 
Gilpatrick Elizabeth, widow of Ben- 
jamin, h. 9 Pleasant 

" Wallace, decorator, 27 West. B. h. 
30 Walker 
Gimpel Annie Mrs. boarding 'house, 63 
Sixth 



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249 



G impel Charles A. ru'bber worker, b. 
63 Sixth 

Gingrass Leon, carpenter, h. 9 Brook- 
ford 

r^ inn & co. athenj:um 

vJ PRESS,publishers of school aud 
college text books, 215 First. See 
page 783 
Ginty James H. plumber, h. 89 Inman 
" John T. string- winder, b. 10 Wor- 
cester 
" Michael A. police, station 2, h. 10 

Worcester 
" William B. plumber, b. 10 Worces- 
ter 
Girard Alfred, baker, b. 2TG Walden 
" Benjamin F. printer, b. 190 Elm 
" Bros. (Geo. O. and Emanuel), 

bakers, r. 49 Sherman 
" David, teamster, h. 276 Walden 
" Emanuel (Girard Bros.), h. 261 

Walden 
" Ernest, civil engineer, h. Hotel 

Edna 
" Frederick, photographer, B. h. 2051 

Mass. ave. 
" George O. (Girard Bros.), h. 261 

Walden 
" Joseph, carpenter, h. 105 Banks 
" Levi, carpenter, h. r. 96 Dudley 
" Louis F. stereo typer, h. 103 West- 
ern ave. 
" Margaret, widow of Benjamin, h. 

190 Elm 
" — — , brickmaker, h. 83 Sherman 
Given Charles S. b. 177 Columbia 
" Isabella D. Mrs. h. 177 Columbia 
" James, upholsterer, h. 417 Green 
" Susan D. h. 417 Green 
G'ivens Benjamin, inspector, N. Y., N. 

H. & H. R. R. b. 67 Hammond 
Glaab Leonard, shoemaker, at Mt. Au- 
burn, h. 25 Oushing 
Glancey Patrick, gardener, h. 428 

Broadway 
Glarb Tonie L. h. r. 22 Spring 
Glaser Frank, baker, 313 Vine, h. 307 
do. 
" Joseph, baker, h. 319 Vine 
Glass Catherine, widow, h. 67 Norfolk 
" Charles, piano maker, b. 67 Norfolk 
" Charles H. casket trimmer, 201 

Bridge, b. 229 Charles 
' John H. jig sawyer, h. 225 Broad- 
way 
' Richard, Carpenter, h. 229 Charles 
Glazier Emma J. G. Mrs. b. 396 Har- 
vard 
" George M. (Merrill & Glazier), hay 
and grain, 495 Main, and real 
estate, 1 Beacon, rm. 44, B. h. 
160 Hancock 



Glazier George M. Jr. mgr. Merrill & 
Glazier, 495 Main, h. 63 Dana 
" Philip L. clerk, B. b. 396 Harvard 
" Samuel B. h. 396 Harvard 
Glelason Edward L. core maker, h. 14G> 
Hampshire 
" Eroschoe C. express, h. 331 Winsor 
" Fred J. chemist, h. 16 Columbia 
" John, janitor, h. 22 Clark 
" John, trimmer, C. E. L. Co. rms. 1 

State 
" John H. laborer, b. 571 Cambridge 
" John H. printer, h. 294 Winsor 
" Mary Mrs. h. 7 Seckle 
" Thomas F. laborer, h. 38 Ports- 
mouth 
" William, fireman, rms. 6 Douglass 
Gledu Charles, liquors, B. h. 19 Haskell 
Glen David, printer, h. 15 Summer 
Glendon Thomas H. printer, h. 73 Gore 
Glenn Patrick, laborer, b. 184 Brook- 
line 
" Winnefred, widow of Deanis, h. 184 
Brookline 
Glennon Bernard F. stone cutter, b. 12 
Locust 
" John, laborer, b. 167 Brookline 
" Patrick, milkman, r. 167 Brookline. 

h. do. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 631 Putnam av. 
" Thomas M. teamster, 330 Main, h. 

167 Brookline 
" William H. stone cutter, h. 12 Lo- 
cust 
Glidden Amy L. teacher, at Abington- 
b. 9 Ashton pi. 
'* Arno W. printer, U. P. h. 9 Ash to it 

pi. 
" Edward O. com. mer. 10 Broad, B. 

h. 6 Day 
" Howard K. student, b. 6 Day 
" Lewis S. M. trav. salesman, h. IT 

Putnam ave. 
" Osmond, clerk, 638 Mass. ave. h. 21€ 

Pearl 
" Waldo F. clerk, Am. Loan & Trust 
Co. B. b. 9 Ashton pi. 
Gliesmaun Charles F. carpenter, h. 2T 

Pine 
Glines Frederick A. clerk, P. O. 2S 

Brattle, rms. 125 Mt. Auburn 
Globe Dry Goods Co. (S. Gerstein) 367 

Main 
Glock William, cooper, h. 129 Green 
Gloden Leon, b. 36 Warren 
Gloria Joseph, expressman, h. 23 Fifth 
Glover Alice M. hat trimmer, h. 40 

Market 
" Caroline E. widow of Carlos W. h . 

40 Market 
" Charles G. hatter, b. 40 Market 



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Glover Henry R.Mrs, h. 13 Waterhouse 

" Thomas C. janitor, h. 6 Eaton 
Ohifling" Edward H. sawyer, h. 469 

Cambridge 
^lynn Bernard, laborer, b. 150 Peari 
" Catherine, widow of Lawrence, h. 

11 Meacham 
" Frank T. blacksmith, b. 11 Mea- 

chacm 
" James, laborer, h. 291 Cambridge 
*' James F. machinist, b. 11 Meacham 
"* James F. moulder, h. 10 Suffolk 
*' James F. Mrs. dressmaker, 10 Suf- 
folk, h. do. 
*' John P. blacksmith, h. 27 Cogswell 

aye. 
"' Lawrence J. Rev. asst. pastor, St. 
Peter's Catholic church, h. 29 
Buckingham 
"' Patrick, box cutter, 284 Norfolk, h. 

at Boston 
" Thomas, steam fitter, h. 337 Web- 
ster ave. 
William, confectioner, h. 21 Cedar 
Godbold Joseph W. bookkeeper, 61 

Chatham, B. h. 65 Orchard 
Goddard Elnor B. h. 183 Hampshire 
" Mary C. C. teacher, B. b. 71 Pros- 
pect 
"' Thalia, teacher, Washington school 
'* William D. asst. Harvard Library, 

h. 80 Wendell 
" William H. clerk, B. b. 183 Hamp- 
shire 
Godford Joseph, farm hand, h. 13 

CusMng ave. 
Godfrey James, laborer, h. r. 61 Har- 
vard 
" Robert, butter, etc. h. 197 Appleton 
William G. clerk, b. 197 Appleton 
Goding Jerome H. salesman, h. 76 All- 

ston 
Godsell John, machinist, b. 86 Howard 
' Mary, widow of James, h. 86 How- 
ard 
" William, tinsmith, b. 86 Howard 
Godsoe Catherine, widow of Joseph, h. 

150 Berkshire 
Goede Gustaf, laborer, Niles Bros. Con- 
cord ave. h. n. do. 
" see Gade 
Goeltz William F. brass turner, h. J 

Warland 
Goepper Bros. Company (William and 
Gustavus Goepper), barrel 
mnfrs. Ninth, opp. Spring 
" Gustavus (Goepper Bros. Company), 
barrel mnfrs. Ninth, opp.Spring, 
h. 1645 Mass. ave. 
"• John, bookkeeper, Ninth, opp. 
Spring, h. 73 Highland ave. 



Goepper Wilhelmena, widow of John, 

h. 73 Highland ave. 
" William (Goepper Bros. Company), 
barrel mnfrs. Ninth, opp. Spring 
h. 91 Otis 
" William F. clerk, b. 1645 Mass. ave. 
Goetsdh Lizzie M. clerk, 52y 2 Ply- 
mouth, b. 52 do. 
Goff Thomas, laborer, h. 25 Jay 
Goffigan James, cook, b. 102 Harvard 
Goggin James H. carpenter, h. 26 

Athens pi. 
" Michael, city teamster, h. 2 George 
Going Frank R. (David Wilcox & Co.), 
hat mnfr. Portland, cor. Broad- 
way, h. at .Boston 
Goldberg Constantine G. painter, h. 
110 Harvard 
" Samuel, furniture, 983 Cambridge, 

h. at Boston 
" Samuel, shoemaker, 2055 Mass. ave. 
h. 2051 do. 
Golden Christopher, clerk, 145 Hamp- 
shire, h. 9 Murdock 
" George W. painter, h. 22 Suffolk 
" James, laborer, h. 45 Plymouth 
" James B. laborer, h. 32 Brewery 
" James' F. driver, b. 101 Elm 
" Mary Mrs. h. 101 Elm 
Goldenberg Isaac, peddler, h..2 Dickin- 
son 
" Max, dry goods, 1046 Cambridge, 
rms. 960 do. 
Golder Margaret Mrs. laundress, h. 37 
Brewery 
" Spencer, porter, b. r. 37 Broadway 
Goldman H. painter, 733 Main, h.Hotef 

Templeton 
Goldsmith Charles H. saw filer, 17 
River, h. 12 Fairmont 
" Edward K. carpenter, h. 157 Cam- 
bridge 
" Frederick W. plumber, h. 1590 Cam- 
bridge 
" George, plumber, h. 11 Dodge 
" Harris M. driver, b. 12 Fairmont 
" Irving, mason, h. 232 Green 
" Robert S. clerk, B. b. 12 Fairmont 
" William H. bookbinder, h. 417 Mass. 

ave. 
" William H. carpenter, h. 9 Jay 
Goldspring Arden, baker, b. 8% Perry 
" Edward, printer, h. 8y 2 Perry 
" Edward Jr. press feeder, B. h. 1 

Boy son pi. 
" Lawrence J. teamster, b. 414 Huron 

ave. 
" Timothy, plasterer, h.414 Huron av. 
Goldstein Louis, tailor, h. 46 Second 
Goldthwait Amelia R. widow of Fran- 
cis, h. 31 River 



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251 



Goldthwait Charles A. clerk, b. 2 Mar- 
vin pi. 
" Frank E. clerk, h. 2 Marvin pi. 
Cooler George, laborer, h. 2 Jordan pi. 
Gomes Antoine, finisher, h. 338 Vine 
" Antonio, barber, 697 Camlbridge, b. 

695 do. 
" Joseph L. hairdresser, 261 Cam- 
bridge, h. 117 Gore 
" Louisa L. milliner, b. 338 Vine 
" Mary, dressmaker, b. 338 Vine 
Gonce Beverly B. painter, b. 51 Brook- 
line 
" Charlotte A. widow of William S. 

h. 51 Brookline 
" Frederick W. time keeper, b. 51 
Brookline 
Goneau Louis, baker, h. 154 Third 
Gonier Frank, brick maker, h. 124 
Sherman 
" Peter, laborer, h. 37 Sargent 
Gonsalves Frank, hairdresser, 49% 

Hampshire, h. at E. Boston 

Gonyou Mederic, wire worker, 10 

Franklin, h. 94 Henry 

" Ulric, supt. 10 Franklin, h. 94 

Henry 

Gonzalez Joseph C. cigar maker, B. h. 

2528 Mass. ave. 
Gk>och Joshua G. prin. assessor, dis- 
trict 1 and 5, office City Hall, h. 
2 Mt. Auburn 
" Nathan G. coal, 70 Kilby, rm. 7, B. 
h. 3 Flayer weather 
William D. clerk, National Revere 
Bank, B. b. 3 Fayerweather 
Good Abraham, laborer, h. 11 Ply- 
mouth 
" Annie, h. 108 Plympton 
" Annie M. widow of Thomas F. h. 

69 Wintlhrop 
" Ellen, h. 102 Gore 
' Jeremiah C. clerk, b. 255 Putnam 

ave. 
" John, clerk, 27 Brattle, b. 255 Put- 
nam ave. 
' John, laborer, h. 20 Warren 
' John P. foreman, 162 Broadway, h. 

255 Putnam ave. 
' Joseph, at 169 Gore, b. 8 Marion 
" Mary E. widow of John H. h. 219 
Broad way 
Robert B. hoistler, h. 30 Soden 
' Thomas F. glass stainer, h. 27 
Union 

; Timothy J. wood turner, b. 27 
Union 

(^ OOD TIMOTHY W. plumber 

VT and hardware, 27 Brattle, b. 255 

Putnam ave. See page 805 



Good William, laborer, b. 20 Warren 

" William J. carpenter, b. 19 Rutland 

" see Goode, also Gude 
Goodale Ernest C. treas. 45-49 Main, b. 
1 Fayerweather 

" Eug-ene B. car conductor, h. 154 
Webster ave. 

" George L., Fisher professor of Nat- 
ural History, and director of 
Botanic Gardens, H. U. h. 10 
Craigie 

" John, inventor, h. 352 Norfolk 
Goodall Harry, clerk, 813 Main, h. 877 

do. 
Goode Da/mars, section hand, R. R. h. 
196 Rindge ave. 

" J'ames, blacksmith, b. 22 Green 

" John L. horseslhoer, 21 Blanche, b. 
22 Green 

" Treffle, gateman, No. Cambridge 
junction, b. 105 Rindge ave. 
Goodell John S. sign, painter, h. 12 
Lake 

" Samuel F. bookkeeper, h. 12 Lake 
Goodfellow Frederick, laborer, b. 27 
Sixth 

" James, laborer, h. 22 Jordan pi. 

" Samuel Percy, laborer, b. 27 Sixth 
Goodhue Bertram Grosvenor, archi- 
tect, 53 State, B. h. 7 Bucking- 
ham pi. 

" Charles W. Mrs. h. 7 Buckingiham 
pi. 

" Edward Eldredge, student, b. 7 
Buckingham pi. 

" Harry E. draughtsman, 144 Essex. 
B. h. 7 Buckingham pi. 
Groodier Maud, stenographer, B. b. 86 

Franklin 
Goodine Clement, carpenter, b. 97 
Green 

" Edward, motorman, b. 97 Austin 
Goodman Catherine Mrs. h. 116 Fourth 

" Helen M. Mrs. h. 222 Prospect 

" Henry, tinsmith, h. 23 Sargent 

" John F. junk, 116 Fourth, h. do. 

Goodnow Emma A. h. 30 Concord ave. 

" Freeman C. insurance, h. 313 Har- 
vard 

" George W. provisions, h. 71 Maga- 
zine 

" Lucia M. widow of Joseph, h. 336 
Broadway 

" Wallace F. b. 318 Harvard 

" William H. bookkeeper, B. h. 40 
Russell 

Goodrich Arthur G. clerk, R. P. rms. 
5 Story 

" Charles F. H. milkman, b. 198 All- 
ston 



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[G] 



DIRECTORY 



Goodrich C. Elmer, milkraan, b. 198 
Allston 

" John, action maker, h. 23 School st. 
ct. 
■Goodridge B. F. Mrs. h. Hubbard pk. 

" Charles E. cashier, 59 Eranklin, B. 
h. 65 Prospect 

" Charles F. h. 1705 Mass. ave. 

" C. C. student, b. Hubbard pk. 

f Frederick J. student, b. 1705 Mass. 
ave. 

i( George A. student, H. U. b. 12 Scott 

" John E. h. 14 Vandine 

" Susie L. indexer, Otis, corner Sec- 
ond, b. at Newton 

" William H. h. 12 Scott 
Goodrow Charles E. asst. janitor,Agas- 
siz Museum, h. 1 Eustis 

u Eli L. janitor, Agassiz Museum, h. 
114 Oxford 

" George W. clerk, 195 Devonshire, B. 
b. 114 Oxford 

" Joseph Edward, clerk, B. b. 114 Ox- 
ford 

" Louis, painter, h. 17 Harvey 
Goodwillie James M. h. 9 Pleasant pi. 

" Walter S. h. 8 Beech 
Goodwin Amelia M. h. 10 Follen 

" Benjamin, laborer, b. 184 Elm 

" Charles V. clerk, 587 Mass. ave. b. 
253 Putnam ave. 

" Daniel A. Mrs. grocer, Walden, n. 
Sherman, h. do. 

" Daniel H. furrier, B. h. 43 Reed 

" Edgar, carriage painter, rms. 47 
Franklin 

" Edward, harness cleaner, Richdale 
ave. stable, rms. do. 

" Elliott H. student, H. U. b. 8 Follen 

" George A. coal, etc. b. 253 Putnam 
ave. 

" George E. engineer, Riverside Bind- 
ery, h. 253 Putnam ave. 

" Harry C. engineer, 162 Broadway, 
h. 254 Winsor 

" Henry A. teamster, h. 1 Broadway 

" Hersey B. com. merchant, Chamber 
of Commerce, B. h. 8 Follen 

" James, laborer, h. 20 Cherry 

" John F. pressman, b. r. 43 Winter 

" Joseph C. motorman, h. 9iy 2 Wash- 
ington 

" Joseph L. motorman, h. 18 Middle- 
sex 

" Mannasseh, carpenter, h, 184 Elm 

" Martha, widow of George, h. 10 
William 

" Ralph C. sec. Y. M. C. A. 678 Mass. 
ave. h. 148 Magazine 

" Robert W. elevator man, h. 9a Erie 



Goodwin Sarah S. teacher, 79 Brattle, 

b. 55 Garden 
" Stephen Franklin, h. 480 Cambridge 
" William A. shipper, h. 10 William 
" William W., Eliot prof, of Greek, 

H. U. h. 5 Follen 
" Willis, carpenter, rms. 47 Franklin 
Googins Eben H. trav. salesman, 443 
Mass. ave. h. 91 Franklin 
" George, teamster, h. 126 Tremont 
" George A. salesman, 443 Mass. ave. 

h. 91 Franklin 
" Hersey F. laundryman, b. 15 Mea- 
cham 
" John H. salesman, 126 So. Market, 

B. h. 70 Prospect 
" Mark E. clerk, B. b. 15 Meacham 
" Stephen R. laundryman, b.344 Pearl 
" Thomas B. com. merchant, 52 Com- 
mercial, B. h. 15 Meacham 
Gookin Albert T. clerk, 37 Brattle, b. 

219 Putnam ave. 
" Edward L. clerk, b. 219 Putnam av. 
" Frank L. printer, h. 219 Putnam av. 
" Frank T. jeweler, 571 Mass. ave. h. 
53a Fairmont 
Gordon Andrew, b. 106 Winsor 
" Carrie, widow of Charles, h. 441 

Main . 
" Charles E. roofer, b. 4 Blanche 
" Edward C. clerk, P. O., B. b. 22 

Portsmouth 
" Elizabeth, h. 29 Wendell 
" Frank, electrician, h.22 Portsmouth 
" Frederick N. clerk, B. b. 68 Wendell 
" George W. clerk, 226 Washington, 

B. b. 28 Upton 
" Gustavus E. rms. 891 Mass. ave. 
" Hascal, peddler, h. 1 Dickinson 
" Herbert, police, station 3, h. 23 Pal- 
ermo 
" James H. carpenter, h. off Wash- 
burn ave. 
" James H. Jr. carpenter,h. off Wash- 
burn ave. 
" John E. engineer, h. Hotel Grotto 
" John W. supt.Oriental Coffee House 

Co. 11 Green, B. h. 6 Clinton 
" Leonard, hostler, b. 61b Grigg 
" Lewis C. clerk. 732 Cambridge, rms. 

do. 
" Margaret E. widow of Donald W. 

h. 68 Wendell 
" Margaret S. proof reader, h. 82 El- 

lery 
" Mary, h. 22 Portsmouth 
" Oscar, peddler, h. 1 Dickinson 
" Richard N. porter, 226 Washington, 
B. h. 25 Upton 



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253 



Gordon Samuel, teamster, Richardson 
& Bacon, h. Dyke, op. Plympton 

f^\ ORDON THOMAS, carpenter 
VT and builder, end Locke, h. 10 do. 
See page 796 
" Thomas M. machinist, h. 314 Mass. 

avenue 
" William, proofreader, h. 82 Ellery 

f^\ ORDON WILLIAM, roofer, 19 
\JT State, h. do. See page 809 

" , widow, h. 45 Webster ave. 

Gore Avery W. h. 128 Magazine 
" George A. junk, 52 India, B. h. 140 

Magazine 
" James E. paster, b. 330 River 
" Louisa, widow of John, h. 330 River 
" William, contractor, h. 5 Potter 
Gorham Alfred, land agent, F. R. R., 
B. h. 86 Franklin 
" Mary, widow of Peter, h. 2 Putnam 
ct. 
Gorman Bartholomew, b. 177 Otis 
" David, carpenter, b. 11 Norton pi. 
" Ellen, widow of Patrick, h.54 North 
" James A. draw tender, h. 339 Nor- 
folk 
" John, canvasser, h. 241 Vine 
" John, printer, 4 Williams ct. B. h. 

47 Crescent 
" Julia, widow of John, h. 99 Kin- 

naird 
" William J. horse shoer, h. 57 Tre- 
mont 
Gormley James J. stair builder, h. 159 
Willow 
" James L. plumber's helper, b. 159 

Willow 
" Maria Mrs. b. 183 Hancock 
Gorrall John, laborer, h. 190 Elm 
" Samuel, teamster, h. 19 Squire's ct. 
Gorton John C. draughtsman, 2 Cen- 
tral sq. h. 1426 Cambridge 
Gory Edward H. plumber, h. 80 De- 
Wolfe 
Goscrove John, carpenter, rms. 5 Tem- 
ple 
Gosline John A. salesman, B. h. 40 
Walden 
" Wilbour J. carpenter, b. 40 Walden 
Gosnell William B. carpenter, h. 32 
Fairmont ave. 
" Richard, carpenter, h. 13 Line 
Goss Lucy M. Mrs. b. 183 Hancock 
" Osman H. painter, h. 71 Cherry 
Gosse Cyril, laborer, h. 116 Amory 
Gosslin Alex, laborer, Niles Bros. Con- 
cord ave. h. near do. 
Gott Harry O. brakeman, h. 601 Main 
" Susan A. widow, h. 17 Elm 



Goud Alden, iceman, b. 74 Thorndike 
Goudie Edward J. carpenter, h. 74 Ma- 
gee 
Gough James, teamster, J. O'Brien & 
Son, h. 2y 2 Sherman 
" John, metal spinner, B. h. Whitte- 

more ave. 
" Nathaniel Rev. h. 74 Harvard 
" Thomas, carpenter, h. 293 Concord 

ave. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 23 Donnell 
Gould Abraham, engineer, 40 Green, h. 
35 Tufts 
" Alice, h. 29 Kirkland 
" Augustus D. salesman, 143 Sum- 
mer, B. b. 216 Prospect 
" Benjamin A. died Nov. 26, 1896 
" Bridget, widow of William F. h. 164 

Franklin 
" Caroline A. widow of Dudley F. h. 

216 Prospect 
" Charles, conductor, h. 24 Norris 
" Edson J. with Ginn & Co. h. 23 

Woodbridge 
" Edward E. salesman, b.216 Prospect 
" Elizabeth W. widow of Reuben H. 

B. nurse, 316 Prospect, h. do. 
" Ephraim, carpenter, h. 47 Clay 
" Frederick L. h. 872 Mass. ave. 
" Harry, provisions, h. 60 Otis 
" Harvey W. tool maker, 50 Auburn, 

h. at Boston 
" Henry, bartender, b. 26 Jefferson 
" Howard D. electrician, h. 48 Market 
" James E. carpenter, h. 114 Colum- 
bia 
" Jay, coachman, h. 279 Pearl 
" Josiah O. machinist, h. 58 Magazine 
" Levi S. county commissioner, Court 

House, h. at Melrose 
" Marshall H. b. 872 Mass. ave. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 26 Jefferson 
" Murray C. machinist, b. 2 Trow- 
bridge Terrace 
" Packing Co. (The), steam packing 

mnfrs. 88 Cambridge 
" Royal A. foreman, b. 2 Trowbridge 

Terrace 
" Royal D. motorman, h. 2 Trow- 
bridge Terrace 
'* Samuel, teamster, b. 114 Columbia 
" Susan E. widow, h. 23 Woodbridge 
" Thomas, carpenter, h. 2451 Mass.av. 
" Victor F. clerk, h. 93 Third 
" William, h. 9 Remington 
" William B. hostler, h. 22 Hews 
Goulding Charles S. clerk, P. O., B. h. 
29 Bigelow 
" Christopher A. brass moulder, 39 
Pitts, B. b. 9 Murdock 



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Goulding Daniel, cooper, b. 117 Web- 
ster ave. 
" James, gardener, h. 117 Webster av. 
(ioulet Joseph, brickmaker, h. Wel- 
lington 
" Lawrence, brickmaker, h. 51 Sher- 
man g 
Gourdeau L. Arthur, cabinet maker, 

h. 248 Hampshire 
Govan David, case maker, h. 39 Trow- 
bridge 
Gove Archibald R. milk, etc. h. 29 Ma- 
ple ave. 
" Calvin, h. 142 Chestnut 
" Charles A. clerk, 645 Main, b. 65 % 
Inmian 

f^i OVE CHARLES S. soda and 
\JT mineral water mnfr. 30 Canal, B. 

h. 28 Warland. See page 848 
" Charlotte S. widow of Peter, h. 29 

Maple ave. 

(^ OVE EZRA C. apothecary, 533 
IT and 645 Main, house 65^ Inman. 

See page 848 
" Gertrude M. principal Gannett 
kindergarten school, b. 28 War- 
land 
" J. William, car conductor, h. High 
• Milo, h. 17 Elm 

" Nathan, clerk, 181 Third, h. 179 do. 
" Percy E. bookkeeper, 137 Main, b. 

29 Maple ave. 
" Robert H. grocer, 181 Third, h. 179 
do. 
Gow Robert C. jeweler, 1368 Cam- 
bridge, b. 1301 do. 
Gowey Fred L. wire worker, h. 215 
Green 
iW Henry, wire worker, h. 96 Henry 
" Walter, at Riverside Press, b. i>6 
Henry 
Gowing Levisey B. lunch wagon, 1617 

Cambridge, h. 23 Line 
Goyette Jean T. artist, B. h. 264 Wal- 

den 
Grace Edward, carpenter, h. 147 Banks 
Frances, widow of Joseph, h. 256 
Hampshire 
41 James, carpenter, b. 147 Banks 
" John, baker, 40 Green, h. 28 Hard- 
ing 
" John, laborer, h. 70 Second 
" John F. salesman, B. b. 177 Put- 
nam ave. 
" John T. cook, b. 147 Banks 
" Joseph, h. 70 Second 
" Manuel, furniture polisher, h. 26 
Winter 

" Thomas J. shipper, 450 Washing- 
ton, B. h. 177 Putnam ave. 



Gracia John, lalborer, h. 7 Lowland av. 

Gradi Matthias, janitor, Ware Hall, h. 
do. 

Grady Annie, widow of John, b. 18 
Winter 
" Catherine, widow of Joseph, h. 22 

Sixth 
" Daniel, hostler, 216 Green, h, 30 
Bay 

" James, machinist, h. 162 Charles 

" James M. laborer, h. 8 Second st. ct. 

" Jdhn, laborer, h. 162 Charles 

" John, laborer, b. 12 Hunting 

" Joseph, car cleaner, east. div. B. & 
M. R. R. b. 22 Sixth 

" Mary, widow of Martin, h. 34 Wash- 
ington 

" Mary J. h. 22 Sixth 

" Patrick, laborer, b. 8 Squire's ct. 

" Patrick, laborer, h. Bristol 

" Peter, teamster, 922 Cambridge, b. 
30 Hunting 

" see O 'Grady 
Graff John A. h. 70 Middlesex 

Graft Jdhn S. Mrs. h. 367 Harvard 
Gragg Isaac P. mngr. Eastern Devel- 
opment Co. h. 26 Maple ave. 
Graham Archibald, carpenter, h.50 Jay 

" Archibald B. plumber, 15 River, h. 
3 Line 

" Arthur, hack driver, h. 310 Webster 
ave. 

" Catherine, widow of William, h. 41 
Webster ave. 

" Edward, box maker, h. 195 Third 

" Edward, coppersmith, h. 11 Brew- 
ery 

" Edward J. box maker, h. 195 Third 

" Edward P. designer, b. 67 Oxford 

" George, shoemaker, h. 218 Brook- 
line 

" George L. carpenter, b. 5 Line 

" Gerald, carpet upholsterer, 25 Brat- 
tle, b. J. H. Graham's, Newman 

" Harry, teamster, 485 Mass. ave. h. 
54 Jay 

" Helen Mrs. h. 67 Oxford 

" Hugh H. furniture finisher, State, 
cor. Osborn, b. J. H. Graham's. 
Newman 

" Ingram B. F. salesman, 141 Federal, 
B. rms. 70 Oxford 

" James, painter, h. 149 Tremont 

" James H. h. Newman, cor. Bismarck 

" Jane, widow of William, h. 5 Line 

" John, laborer, b. 12 Berkshire pi. 

" John, mgr. B. A. A. Exeter, B. h. 
317 Prospect 

" John H. designer, 20 Albany, h. at 
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Graham John J. candy maker, b. 41 
Webster ave. 

" J. Edward, b. 2iy 2 Inman 

" Lewis, h. 26 Tufts 

" Martin A. trav. salesman, h. 89 
Cambridge 

" "Michael, laborer, h. 12 Berkshire pi. 

" Michael, laborer, h. 627 Putnam av. 

" Patrick, candy maker, b. 220 Win- 
sor 

" Patrick, soap maker, h. 12 Berk- 
shire pi. 

" Robert, h. 21 y 2 Inman 

" Robert Mrs. forewoman, Univ. City 
laundry, Binney, h. 2iy 2 Inman 

" Samuel, tmotorman, b. 2 R. R. blk. 
Frank 

" Samuel D. furniture finisher, State, 
cor. Osborn, b. J. H. Graham's, 
Newman 

" William, bookkeeper, B. b. 21% In- 
man 

" William Henry, carpenter, h. 215 
Putnam ave. 
Grahn James D. painter, h. 181 Cam- 
bridge 
Grainey Patrick, hostler, h. 258 Bridge 
Grainger Henry G. letter carrier, P. O. 
h. 34 Fifth 

" John L. laborer, h. 26 Foster 

" see Granger 
Grames Charles T. car builder, h. r. 8 
Holyoke 

" Julia J. h. 8 Holyoke 

" Louisa, widow of Elbridge G. h. 8 
Holyoke 

" see Grimes 
Grandgent Charles H. prof. H. U. h. 
Walker, bey. Shepard 

" Lmcy L. Mrs. h. Walker, bey. Shep- 
ard 
Graney Johannah, widow of Maurice, 
n. 92 Fourth 
' John A. teamster, b. 163 Brookline 

" Maurice E. at T. B. M. Co. b. 92 
Fourth 

" Michael, laborer, b. 92 Fourth 

" Michael P. plumber, b. 163 Brook- 
line 

" Thomas F. blacksmith. B. b. 163 
Brookline 
William J. laborer, h. 163 Brookline 
: Winnifred, widow of Michael, h. 
163 Brookline 
Granger John, waiter, Memorial Hall, 
rms. 133 Banks 

" Stephen J. driver, h. 232 Bridge 

Thomas F. trimmer. 201 Bridge, h. 
53 Fifth 

see Grainger 



Grannan William Mrs. ; h. 227 Franklin 
Grant Aaron A. turner, h. 266 Pros- 
pect 

" Albert E. machinist, b. 14 Tufts 

" Alexander M. (A. M. & D. W. 
Grant), cabinet maker, r. 46 
State, h. 1 Green 

" Alfred S. cutter, 26 Blacks-tone, h. 
at Somerville 

" Andrew W. bookkeeper, B. b. 61 
Pearl 

" Annie, widow of Richard, h. 159 
Broadway 

GRANT A. M. & I>. W. (Alex- 
ander M. and David W. )cabinet 

makers, 46 State. See page 825 
" Carrie A. dressmaker, 164 Winsor, 

h. do. 
" Charles E. shoemaker, h. 13 Soden 
" Charles H. fireman, h. 19 Line 
" Charles M. h. Holyoke House 
" Daniel H. (D. H. Grant & Co.), 732 

Main, h. 42 Austin 
" Daniel P. carpenter, b. 66 Austin 
" Daniel W. cooper, h. 10 Carlisle 
" David W 7 . (A. M. & D. W. Grant), 

cabinet maker, r. 46 State, b. 50 

Union 
" D. H. & Co. (Daniel H. Grant and 

P. R. Sutherland), carriage 

maker, 732 Main 
" Edward, brakeman, B. & M. R. R. 

h. 20 East 
" Elias W. tailor, b. 2 Lawrence 
" Elsie, widow of Jaimes, h. 50 Union 
" Emily, widow of Andrew, b. 261 

River 
" Emma F. widow of Goodwin, h. 66 

[Magazine 
" Emma F. widow of John A. h. 4 

Putnam ct. 
" Florence F. music teacher, b. 10 

Carlisle 
" Frank A. foreman bricklaver, h. 

315 Pearl 
" Frank H. express, h. 55 Magazine 
" George S. clerk, b. 100 Pearl 
" George W. baker, h. 1 Austin pi. 
" Harry A. clerk, b. 106 Magazine 
" Harry F. student, b. 36 Holworthy 
" Hattie M. widow of Joseph H. gro- 
cer, 2 Holworthy, h. 36 do. 
" Henry W. carpenter, b. 100 Pearl 
" Horace E. (New England Masonry 

Co.), 330 Main, and 8 Oliver, B. 

h. at Boston 

" James, agent, h. 15 Fallon pi. 

" James, box maker, h. 84 Washing- 
ton 

" James, carpenter, ih. 100 Pearl 



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Grant James, laborer, h. 10 Brewer 
" James, upholsterer, junct. River 
and Western ave. h. 22 Rockwell 
" Jdhn, carpenter, b. 66 Austin 
" John, laborer, h. 69 Bristol 
'* John, lineman, h. 106 Hampshire 
" Joseph A. (New England Ma- 
sonry Co.) 330 Main and 8 Oliver, 
B. h. at Everett 
" Katie, h. 21 Pioneer ave. 
" Lizzie Mrs. h. 22 Tremont . 
" Luami, laborer, b. 7 Magee 
" Marcus M. shipper, 24 Blackstone, 

h. 106 Magazine 
" Marcus M. Jr. clerk, 25 Ames bldg. 

B. b. 106 Magazine 
" Patrick F. tinsmith, b. 88 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" Robert A. carpenter, h. 66 Austin 
" Ulysses R. clerk, B. b. 50 Union 
" Walter C. trav. salesman, h. 166 

Chestnut 
" William, steam piper, 284 Nor- 
folk, h. 63 do. 
" Zillah G. asst. supt. 695 Mass. ave. 
b. 13 Soden 
Granville Andrew, cooper, h. 51 Sixth 
" Frank, cooper, b. 51 Sixth 
" John, teamster, b. Speare's block, 

Binney 
" Thomas, seaman, h. Speare's block, 

Binney, r. Sixth 
" Thomas, Jr. laster, b. Spear's blk. 
Binney 
Graustein Adolph H. milk, 328 Vine, h. 
330 do. 
" Henry L. driver, 19 Bowdoin, b. do. 
" William A. milkman, 19 Bowdoin, 
h. do. 
Graustien Henry, foreman, h. 27 Win- 
ter 
Gravasse Roland, piano maker, h. 214 

Webster ave. 
Graves Elmer, clerk, F. R. R., B. 44 
Sacramento 
" Gula E. asst. matron, 301 Brookline, 

b. do. 
" Henry, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 333 Elm 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 333 Elm 
" Oliver B. Graves & Henry) h. 29 

Putnam ave. 
" Theodore C. (Graves & Phelps), ta- 
ble mnfr. State, cor. Osborn, h. 
at Boston 

" William H. police, station 1, h. 44 
Sacramento 

" & Henry (Oliver B. Graves and 
Innes Henry) , printers,23 Church 

" & Phelps (Theodore C. Graves and 
Myron W. Phelps), table manu- 
facturers, State, cor. Osborn 



Gray Asa Mrs. h. Botanic Garden, Gar- 
den 
" Augusta M. Mrs. h. 4 Mt. Auburn 
" Charles H. physician, 7 Mellen, h. 

do. 
" Charles S. clerk, b. 55 Bristol 
" Clarence, shipper, B. b. F. C. Bai- 
ley's, Groveland 
" Elizabeth, housekeeper, h. 325 Win- 

sor 
" Elmer E. grocer, 45 Rice, h. do. 
" Elsada, h. Botanic Garden, Garden 
" Erastus, carpenter, b. 275 Broad- 
way 
" Frances, b. 28 Hawthorn 
" Francis, teamster, 319 Concord ave. 

h. do. 
" Frank J. carriage washer, h. 203 

Elm 
" Frederick T. Mrs. h. 17 Follen 
" F. S. provisions, 201 Cambridge 
" Herbarium, H. U., Garden, next 

Huron ave. 
" Horace J. h. 55 Bristol 
" Horace J. Jr. coachman, h. r. 227 

Western ave. 
" James, boiler maker, h. 33 Antrim 
" James, laborer, h. 37 Pilgrim 
" James E. ins. agent, h. Hampshire, 

near Columbia 
" James E. teas and coffees, 121 14 

Hampshire, h. 123 do. 
" James L. clerk, 159 Hampshire, h. 

1254 Cambridge 
" James T. clerk, 70 Kilby, B. b. 3 

Pemberton 
" Jennie, stenographer, h. 31 Antrim 
" Joel F. carriage washer, h. 203 Mm 
" John, porter, B. h. 25 Stearns 
" John C. baker, 288 Broadway, h. 

1222 Cambridge 
" John C. lawyer, 50 State, rm. 45, B. 
h. Brattle, cor. Fresh Pond lane 
" John C. sec. 7 Tremont pi. B. h. 140 

Magazine 
" John H. clerk, b. 33 Antrim 
" Joseph P. laborer, h. 8 Cogswell pi. 
" Margaret, Ih. r. 45 Jackson 
" Mason H. clerk, 12 Marshall, B. b. 

3 Pemberton 
" Michael Joseph, horseshoer, h. 

Berkshire, cor. Marney 
" Peter, lanterns and tinware, 12 

Marshall, B. h. 3 Pemberton 
" Robert R. agent, h. 52 Mt. Pleasant 
" Roland, law student, H. U. b. Brat- 
tle, cor. Fresh Pond lane 

" Sarah E. widow of Patrick, b. 3 r. 
29 Reed 

" Sidney D. clerk, b. Green, n. 
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Gray Stephen, provisions, B. h. 353 
Pearl 
*' Thomas, b. 33 Antrim 
" Truman N. salesman, h. 248 Brook- 
line 
" Walter S. teamster, h. 272 Sidney 
" William H. blacksmith, b. 164 Win- 
so r 
" William H. supt. public bldgs. office 
City Hall, h. 113 Thorndike 
Grayson Ellen, widow of Peter, h. 188 

Bridge 
Great White Spirit Distillery Co. Dis- 

tillhonse, cor. Cambridge 
Greafcbatch Edwin A. clerk, 143 Pearl, 

h. 25 Decatur 
Greaves William A. clerk, B. h. 1902 

Mass. ave. 
Grebenstein Edward W. bookbinder, h. 

152 Pleasant 
Greco Charles R. architect, 30 Maga- 
zine, b. do. 
" Lea A. music teacher, 30 Magazine, 

bds. do. 
" Letterio C. hairdresser, 575 Mass. 
ave. h. 30 Magazine 
Greehan John B. cooper, h. r. 105 

Amory 
Greeley Michael, b. 08 Porter 
Greely Frank B. carpenter, h. 24 
Greenougih ave. 
" James, laborer, h. 68 I'orter 
" John, stone cutter, h. 169 Charles 
" John J. driver, b. 68 Porter 
" Martha, widow of Leander, h. 284 

Harvard 
" Philip T. h. 13 Centre 
" William B. b. 284 Harvard 
Green Alex, teamster, h. 41 Union 
" Alexander, tire maker, h. 119 Har- 
vard 
" Allen M. cashier, 19 Oliver, B. h. 

100 Henry 
" Andrew J. assessor, district 3, office 

City Hall, h. 69 Otis 
" Anna D. h. 15 Buckingiham 
" Ansil W. teamster, W. E. St. R. Co. 

h. 18 Dunster 
" Arthur A. machinist, h. 132 Winsor 
" Arthur E. clerk, b. 54 Garfield 
" Bernard J. laborer, h. 306 Webster 

ave. 
" Catherine M. widow of Charles A. 

h. 71 Washington ave. 
" Charles, cigars, etc. 205 Cambridge, 

, B. h. 15 Hollis 
" Charles, printer, b. 888 Main 
" Charles G. salesman, 36 Hawley, B. 

ih. 71 Washington ave. 
" Charles L. janitor, b. 114 Hastings 
" Charles P. cabinet maker, and 
grocer, 13 Bay, h. 17 do. 



Green Charles R. template maker, h. 
300 Columbia 

" Charles W. clerk, 469 Washington, 
B. b. 26 Mellen 

" Charles W. printer, b. 1 Erie 

" Daniel, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 108 
Washington 

" Edmund H. clerk, b. 54 Garfield 

" Elva L. provisions, 1876 Mass. ave. 
h. at W. Boylston 

" Emmerline, widow of James, h. 50 
Market 

" Everett, tinsmith, h. 10b Mt. Au- 
burn 

" Frank, laborer, b. 4.") River 

" Frank F. teamster, 21 Reed, h. do. 
" Frederick, b. 48 Buckingham 
" George, cigar maker, h. 169 Main 
" George B. laborer, h. 1 Jordan pi. 
" Georg'e D. shoemaker, h. r. 286 

Green 
" George H. hackman, h. 7 Lamson 

pi. 
*' George H. laborer, h. 153 Hastings 
" George P. calker, h. 47 Market 
" Gustaf, laborer, h. 551 Main 
" Henry, laborer, b. 1% Dickinson 
" Henry, real estate, h. 26a Sacra- 
mento 
" Henry A. clerk, b. 160 Allston 
" Henry D. b. 48 Buckingham 
" James, baker, h. 3 Suffolk 
" James, h. 306 Webster ave. 
" James A. b. 50 Market 
" James B. upholsterer, h. 1 Austin 

pi. 
" Jessie Hannalh Mrs. h. ( 47 Market 
" Joun, cook, h. 13 Howard 
" John I. engineer, b. r. 145 Allston 
" Jdhn S. piano maker, h. r. 145 All- 
ston 
" Joseph, h. 88 Hammond 

" J. H. teamster, b. 26a Sacramento 

" Leander, bookkeeper, b. 292 Colum- 
bia 

" Lydia A. Mrs. h. 19 Sands 

" Malcolm, foreman, 414 Main, h. at 
Chelsea 

" Maria A. widow of Lewis, h. 1% 
Dickinson 

" Martha C. widow of Cheney, h. 51 
Trowbridge 

" Michael, cigar maker, 621 Mass. av. 
h. 256 Green 

" Nicholas St. John Mrs. h. 48 Buck- 
ingham 

" Oliver H. h. 69 Otis 

"Philip, painter, h. 26 Fairmont ave. 

" Robert, laborer, h. 37 Brewery 



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Green Roscoe T. com. mer. 80 So. Mar- 
ket, B. h. 54 Garfield 

M Silas B. (S. B. Green & Co.) grain, 
137 Green, h. 15 Orchard 

" Thomas, fireman, R. S. R. b. 80 
Sixth 

' k Thomas J. clerk, b. 80 Sixth 

" Thomas J. teamster, 21 Reed, b. do. 

" Willard B. optician, h. 239 Webster 
ave. 

" Wallie J. (S. B. Green & Co.) grain, 
etc. 13? Green, h. at Watertown 

" Walter, driver, rms. 6 Douglass. 

" William Henry, bootmaker, Am. R. 
Co. h. 183 Winsor- 

" William T. rubber worker, h. 157 
Portland 
Greenall William F. stone cutter, b. 

111% Inman 
Greenberg Elias, tailor, 1289 Cam- 
bridge, h. at W. Somerville 
Greene Albert T. (Greene & Co.), j 
plumbing, etc. 723 Mass. ave. h. I 
177 Green 

" Caroline S. h. 35 Concord ave. 

" Daniel, city laborer, h. 35 Sargent 

" Edward, upiholsterer, b. 165 Elm 

" Emma C. Sirs. h. 4 Douglass 

" George N. bookkeeper, b. 48 Dana 

" Harry A. clerk, b. 160 Allston 

" Henry W. printer, B. b. 58 Ham- 
mond 

" Herbert A. engineer, h. 685 Main 

" James B. clerk, 507 Mass. ave. h. 16 
Warland 

" Levi R. 16 Oliver, B. h. 35 Concord 
ave. 

" Michael, laborer, ih. Sibley ct. 

" Nellie F. Mrs. dressmaker, h. 685 
Main 

" Patrick F. groceries, etc. 26 Sparks, 
h. do. 

" Peter, h. 165 Elm 

" Peter F. variety store, 114 Maga- 
zine, h. 156 Allston 

" Ralph L. clerk, b. 160 Allston 

" Richard E. upholsterer, b. 156 All- 
ston 

" Russell T. com. mer. 54 Bedford, B. 
h. 48 Dana 

" Russell T. Jr. b. 48 Dana 

f^ REENE S. B. & CO. (Silas B. 

VT and Wallie J. Greene), hay and 

grain, 137 Green. See p. 823 
" Walter A. h. 160 Allston 
" Walter L. artist, b. 48 Dana 

" Willard B. optician, b. 239 Webster 
ave. 



GREENE & CO.(Albert T. Greene 
and James F. Davidson), plumb- 
ing, furnaces, steam and hot water 
heating, 723 Mass. ave. See top 
lines in business directory 
Greenfield William H. clerk, h. 18 

Bradbury 
Greenidge Frank, janitor, h. 286 Green 
" Hutson M. laborer, h. 2499 Mass. 

ave. 
" Sarah F. widow of John, b. 2499 
Mass. ave. 
Greenlaw Henry, printer, h. 1 Coolidge 
pi. 
" Samuel P. engineer, h. 156 Hamil- 
ton 
" Warren, mason, b. 441 Winsor 
" William P. asst. librarian, 18 Som- 
erset, h. 1 Gordon pi. 
Greenleaf Albert P. mason, and news 
dealer, 899 Main, h. 3 Worcester 
" Chester A. teamster, h. 19 Prospect 
" Earle, trav. salesman, B. b. 29 Ware 
" Eliza, widow of Joseph, b. 17 

Franklin 
" Eliza, "widow of Joseph, b. 83 River 
" George H. salesman, h. 51 Chestnut 
" George W. decorator, h. 74 Iniman 
" Josiah L. mason, h. 11 Green 
" Mary L. widow of James, ix. 76 
Brattle 

GREENLEAF OLIVER P. 
mason, rear 542 Mass. av. b. Morris 
bldg. See page 809 
Greenman Jesse M. asst. Gray Herba- 
rium, H. U. rms. 22 Perkins Hall 
Greenough Henry Mrs. h. 1737 Cam- 
bridge 
" James B. prof, of Latin, H. U. h. 9 

Riedesel ave. 
" James J. teacher, 87 Beacon, B. h. 

13 Brewster 
" Robert B. medical student, H. U. b. 
9 Riedesel ave. 

GREENOUGH W. A. & CO. 
(James E. and George F. Hunt- 
ress), compilers, printers and pub- 
lishers, Cambridge City Directory, 
575 and 1354 Mass. ave. and 97 
Oliver, Boston 
Greenslet Beldin A. trav. salesman, h. 
r. 20 Cottage 
" Carlos B. salesman, b. r. 20 Cottage 
Greenwald Christian, peddler, h. 179 
Spring 
" Mary, widow of Christian, h. 179 
Spring 
Greenwood Addie M. h. 122 Inman 
" Arseme, carpenter, h. 108 Rindge 

ave. 
" Ellen E. b. 1734 Mass. ave. 



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Greenwood John G. steam fitter, h. 93 
Main 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 59 Stearns 
" Lemuel A. oar starter, h. 294 Pros- 
pect 
" Martha J. widow of Marcus, h. 122 

Inman 
" William H. h. 26 Tufts 
Greer David, carriagesmith, 2225 Mass. 
ave. 
" Hiram, truckman, 24 Kingston, B. 

h. 32 Second 
" William J. painter, h. 92 Pleasant 
Gregg Fannie, widow of Edward, h. 7 
Franklin 
" Robert E. student, H. U. h. 19 Ware 
" Waldo A. clerk, 80 River, h. at 
Water town 
Gregoire Henry H. clerk, 403 Winsor, 
h. 242 Webster ave. 
" Waldemar, engineer, h. 101 Spring 
Gregor 0. K. cabinet maker, b. 42 

State 
Gregory Albert H. drug clerk, 81 Con- 
cord ave. rms. 113 River 
k> Charles, rms. 113 River 
44 Edward, iron worker, h. 1018 Cam- 
bridge 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 505 Main 
" Sarah B. b. 307 Harvard 
" Theodore K. machinist, h. 254 Win- 
sor 
Gregson George, bookkeeper, B. h. 2 
Willis ct. 
" Walter S. compositor, 23 Church, b. 
2 Willis ct. 
Greiner Frederick, teamster, b. 230 

Webster ave. 
Grenier Adolph, wood turner, h. 2 
Harvey 
' Cyril, cabinet maker, h. 31 Reed 
" Emil, teamster, b. 326 Concord ave. 
" Napoleon, teamster, 326 Concord av. 

h. do. 
4 Oliver J. wood turner, b. 2 Harvey 
Grennan Ellen Mrs. h. 227 Franklin 
Grenon Aladen, laborer, h. 595 Con- 
cord ave. 
Grew Mary E. widow of James, h. 488 

Cambridge 
Gribben Bessie, h. 61 Sixth 
Gridley James F. h. 36 Shepard 
" Joanna B. Mrs. h. 36 Shepard 
'"* see Ridley 

Grierson James C. milkman, 24 Tre- 
mont, h. do. 

' John, driver, b. 24 Tremont 

Griesman Frederick, butcher, Niles 
Bros. h. 3 Locust 

■ Frederick, butoher, h. 274 Vine 



Grieves Mary A. widow of John, 

boarding house, 194 Main 
" Sarah M. teacher, Putnam school, 

h. at Medford 
Griffin Agnes, widow of James, h. 35 

Auburn pi. 
" Annie, widow, h. 4 Foster pi. 
" Anthony, teamster, b. 204 Sidney 
" Caleb, boat builder, h. 39 Prince 
" Coleman, at Am. Tube Works, h. 

299 Elm 
" Daniel A. draughtsman, b. 256 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Daniel A. iron moulder, h. 73 Cush- 

ing 
" Daniel J. motorman, Mt. Auburn 

station, h. at Belmont 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 22% Sparks 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 107 Cambridge 
" Dennis C. dry goods, 131 Bridge, h. 

at Somerville 
" Edward, soap maker, h. 341 Colum- 
bia 
" Edward J. car conductor, h. 30 

Cameron 
" Edward P. machinist, h. 218 Elm 
" Edwin P. horseshoer, 2019 Mass. av. 

h. 20 Mead 
" Ernest, painter, b. 2 R. R. blk. 

Frank 
" Francis H. helper, Somerville, b. 23 

Mead 
" Frank J. baggage, B. & M. R. R. h. 

r. 40 Gore 
" Frank S. foreman, B. W. U. & R. 

Co. h. 17% Austin 
" Frank T. car starter, Somerville, h. 

83 Pemberton 
" Fred, instructor, h. 115 Thorndike 
" Hannah, widow, h. 358 Green 
" Harry L. car conductor, rms. 125 

Mt. Auburn 
" Harvey B. carpenter, F. R. R. R., 

B. h. 23 Mead 
" Isaac, waiter, b. 262 Columbia 
" James, laborer, h. 7 Dinsmore ct. 
" James Edward, soap maker, h. 341 

Columbia 
" Joanna, widow of Michael, h. 15% 

Brown 
" John B. laborer, h. 47 Auburn pi. 
" John F. laborer, h. 13 Lilac ct. 
" Margaret, h. 109 Amory 
" Margaret Mrs. h. 262 Columbia 
" Marietta K. housekeeper, 448 Cam- 
bridge, b. do. 
" Mary A. widow of James W. h. 15 

William 
" Maurice, coachman, h. 15 Baldwin 
" Michael, carpenter, h. 125 Brookline 

" Michael, laborer, Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, h. r. 15 Locust 



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Griffin Michael, teamster, h. 3 Locust 
" Michael A. E. b. 125 Brookline 
" Nellie, widow of Joseph, h. 220 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Patrick, teamster, 86 Mt. Auburn 
" Rainsford H. jeweler, 427 Washing- 

ington, B. h. 11 Orchard 
" Randall, stone cutter, h. 277 Main 
" Sylvanus G. driver, Hose 4, b. 6 

Sycamore 
" Teresa, widow of Stephen, h. 163 

Oharles 
" Theodore H. jeweler, 427 Washing- 
ton, B. <h. 11 Orchard 
" Thomas F. clerk, Watertown, b. 35 

Auburn pi. 
" Thomas E. plasterer, b. r. 15 Locust 
" Thomas H. book gilder, h. 15 Flagg 
" Thomas J. brick layer, b. 220 Put- 
nam ave. 
" William H. iron moulder, b. 35 Au- 
burn pi. 

" , Mrs. h. r. 84 Winter 

Griffis Susan, widow of Elias D. h. 5 

Flagg 
Griffith Aaron, h. Bismarck, opp, Glad- 
stone 
" Oharles W. hairdresser, 7 Brattle, h. 

10 Farwell pi. 
" George, clerk, h. 13 Leighton 
" George W. teamster, b. 58 Ninth 
" John J. soap maker, h. 254 Pearl 
" Robert, laborer, h. 47 Lopez 
" Samuel, glass 'worker, h. r. 424 Co- 
lumbia 
" Thomas C. carpenter, h. 299 Elm 
" William, horseshoer, h. 53 Ninth 
Griffiths John J. police, station 2, h. 
15 Athens pi. 
" John J. slater, h. 74 Plymouth 
" Margaret Mrs. tailoress, h. 369 Main 
" William, coppersmith, etc. First, c. 
Main, and 22 Chapman pi. B. h. 
at Boston 
Griggs George F. clerk, 723 Mass. ave. 
h. 177 Green 
" James B. teamster, h. 13 State 
" James E. clerk, b. 13 State 
" Reuben, b. 1 Norfolk pi. 
Grimes Eliza A. widow of Bradford, h. 
259 Norfolk 
" Isaac W T . Rev. h. 172 Chestnut 
" Michael, tinsmith, h. 23 Reed 
Grimminger Frances Mrs. h. 54 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Joseph B. piano maker, b. 54 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Theresa G. dressmaker, 54 Webster 
ave. b. do. 

Grimshaw John W. shade roller maker, 
h. 34 Myrtle ave. 



Grinham Daniel L. plumber, b. 115 
Pleasant 
" John Mrs. h. 115 Pleasant 
" John J. laborer, b. 115 Pleasant 
" Thomas P. driver, b. 115 Pleasant 
Griswold William M. journalist, h. 25 

Craigie 
Grogan John R. livery stable, h. 13 
Rockingham 
" Richard H. Jr. livery stable, Brook- 
line, Mass. h. 344 Brookline 
" Thomas, laborer, 173 Webster ave. 
Grondines Jules, burnisher, h. 2 Amory 

pi. 
Groomes Ada C. Mrs. h. 4 R. R. blk. 

Frank 
Grose Edgar F. produce, h. 20 Somer- 
set 
" Eliza H. widow of William, nurse, 

h. 162 Webster ave. 
" Charles, asst. prof. H. U. h. 11 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Mary E. widow of Robert G. h. 4S 
Hastings 
Grossman Albert, driver, b. 9 Lopez 
" Charles W. dining room and pro- 
visions, 5 and 7 Portland, h. 9 do. 
" Henry, coat maker, h. 9 Lopez 
" Isaac, cap maker, h. 760 Cambridge 
" Kate Mrs. dry goods, 762 Cam- 
bridge, h. 760 do. 
Grote Emma A. Mrs. teacher of Ger- 
man, 79 Brattle, rms. 40 Haw- 
thorn 
Grout Frank B. clothes cleaner. 
Howard, B. h. 788 Mass. ave. 
" John H. Jr. h. 80 Hancock 
Grove Samuel S. salesman, B. b. 

River 
Grover Eudora J. h. 335 Broadwav 
" Lucas B. (L. B. Grover & Son)," 671 
Mass. ave. h, 335 Broadway 

f^i ROVER L. B. & SON (Lucas 

VX B. and Walter C. Grover), real 
estate, insurance and mortgages, 
671 Mass. ave. rm. 4. See p. 16 
" Mary A. Mrs. h. 26 Irving 
" Walter C. (L. B. Grover & Son), 671 
Mass. ave. b. 335 Broadway 
Groves James E. machinist, rms. 28 
William 
" William G. carpenter, h. 109 Ham- 
mond 

GROVSTEIN R. CURRIE, 
builder, 1388 Mass. ave. bds. 109 
Hammond. See page 796 
Grow George, machinist, h. r. 273 Main 
Grueby Edward L. Am. Net <fc Twine 
Co. 34 Commercial, B. h. 19 Har- 
ris 



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261 



Grueby William, clerk, 18 Merchants 

row, B. b. 19 Harris 
Gruhn Fred, butcher, Niles Bros. h. 
593 Concord ave. 
44 William, foreman, Niles Bros. h. 
595 Concord ave. 
Gruhut Albert, driver, 328 Vine, b. do. 
Guard Edward, peddler, h. 720 Mass. 

ave. 
Guerineau John, salesman, B. b. 463 
Mt. Auburn 
" Julie, dressmaker, 463 Mt. Auburn, 

h. do. 
" Mary A. widow of Louis, h. 463 Mt. 
Auburn 
Guerrier Ebenezer, asst. supt. 7 Brew- 
ery, h. 70 Columbia 
" Mary H. Mrs. mail clerk, Riverside 
Press, h. 163 Magazine 
Guibord Leonard L. clerk, 27 Franklin, 

h. 4 Lamson pi. 
Guidrey Frances M. stenographer, b. 
13 Boardman 
" Joseph J. clerk, B. b. 13 Boardman 
Guild Charles H. baker, h. 1 Hotel 
Myrtle 
" Dana, bookkeeper, h. 16 Ash 
" G. Beatrice, h. 16 Ash 
44 Irving T. publisher, 6 Beacon, B. b. 

3 Rindgefield 
4 " Isaac O. art materials, Art Museum, 

B. h. 3 Rindgefield 
44 Margaret L. teacher of French, 16 

Ash, b. do. 
44 Sarah Mrs. b. 183 Prospect 
44 Sidney P. glass designer. B. b. 3 
Rindgefield 
Guilmette Joseph, painter, h. 29 Clay 
Guindon Thomas M. supt. 49 Harvard, 

h. 124 Prospect 
Guiney Cornelius, driver, Bancroft's 
express, 815 Somerville ave. b.do. 
44 Daniel, laborer, b. 64 Winter 
" John, laborer, F. R. R. h. 7 Clay 
44 John, laborer, h. 45 Hancock 
" John, laborer, h. 35 Harvey 
44 John J. prop. Bancroft's express, 

817 Somerville ave. h. do. 
44 Margaret, housekeeper, h. 64 Win- 
ter 
44 Timothy, gardener, 14 Highland, h. 
24 Tuttle 
Guingal Louis, cook, B. h. 12 Harvey 
Gulick Charles B. prof. H. U. h. 18 

Walker 
Gullage Frederick, cooper, h. 61 Sixth 
" Joseph, boiler maker, h. 5 Marion 
Gulling Gustav W. box maker, h. 3 

Line 
Gulliver Ella F. teacher, Willard 
school, b. 45 Magazine 



Gummo Frank E. boiler maker, b. 792 

Main 
44 William, blacksmith, h. 792 Main 
44 William H. Jr. at B. B. Wks. b. 792 
Main 
Gunn Alfred, laborer, b. 76 Fairmont 
44 Daniel F. bookkeeper, h. 353 Winsor 
Gunner John, cabinet maker, h. 157 

Elm 
Gunnison Belle F. Charity bldg. B. b. 
64 Inman 
44 Daniel O. painter, 63 Moore, h. 64 

Inman 
44 Sarah J. teacher, Wellington school, 

b. 64 Inman 
" William S. h. 252 Winsor 
Gunzelman John J. tailor, h. 6 Beech 
Guppey John P. pres. and manager, 

445 Mass. ave. b. 44 Austin 
Gurner Alexander, at 169 Gore, h. 16 

Warren 
Gurney Edwin L. music teacher. 40 
Lee, h. do. 
44 Hannah V. widow of Thomas, h. 49 

Essex 
44 Henry F. motorman, h. 142 Mt. Au- 
burn 
44 Maude L. clerk, B. b. 142 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Gurnham Thomas, variety store, 1901 

Mass. ave. h. at W. Somerville 
Gurry Benjamin B. horseshoer, h. 127 
Hamilton 
44 Edward (John F. Gurry & Sons), 
horseshoer, 21 Blanche, b. 16 do. 
44 John, laborer, h. 210 Sidney 
44 John (John F. Gurry & Sons), 
horseshoer, 21 Blanche, b. 16 do. 
44 John F. (John F. Gurry & Sons), 
horseshoer, 21 Blanche, h. 16 do. 

GURRY JOHN F. & SONS 
(John F. John and Edward Gurry) , 
horseshoers, 21 Blanche. See p. 801 
Gushee Edward M. Rev. rector St. 
Philip's Episcopal church, rms. 
259 Brookline 
44 Julia S. teacher, Willard school, b. 
19 Cottage 
Gustafson Alfred, stone cutter, b. 191 
Brookline 
44 Andrew, engineer, at Somerville, 

h. 43 Reed 
44 Bruno, clerk, rms. 5 Temple 
44 Johan, grocer, 551 Main, h. 106 
Brookline 
Gustafsson Ernst, draughtsman, 2 
Central sq. b. 28 Suffolk 
" Otto, butcher, h. 481 Cambridge 
" Sven, teamster, h. 8 Pioneer 
Gustin Angelia G. widow of John, h. 
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Gustin Grace Mrs. boarding' house, 70 
Green 
" Henry A. shoe cutter, b. 30 Pearl 
Gutheim Albert T. clerk, registry of 
deeds, b. 60 Spring 
" August, student, b. 60 Spring 
" Herman E. apprentice, b. 60 Spring 
" Julius A. salesman, b. 60 Spring 
" Sophia, widow of Frederick L. 
cigar mnfr. 60 Spring, h. do. 
Gutosky Frank H. machinist, h. 68 
Winter 
" Joseph, case maker, b. 68 Winter 
" Nicholas, cabinet maker, b. 60 Win- 
ter 
Guy William, painter, h. 1328 Cam- 
bridge 
Guyberg Ludwig, carpenter, h. 482 

Cambridge 
Guyer Lewis B. agt. boots and shoes, 

251 Cambridge, h. 38 Fourth 
Guyette Abraham Mrs. h. 44 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" Frank N. paper hanger, b. 44 Mt. 
Auburn 
Guylop George, leather, h. 46 Spring 
" James, blacksmith, »h. 46 Spring 
Gwynne William H. (Gwynne & Co.), 
24 Brattle, h. 47 do. 

GWYNNE & CO. (William H. 
Gwynne), University stable, and 
bicycles, 22 and 24 Brattle. See 
page 3 

HAABESTAD OWEN J. (O. J. Haabe- 
stad & Co.), embalming fluid 
mnfr. 213 Broadway, h. 60 Aus- 
tin 
" Owen J. & Co. (Owen J. Haabe- 
stad) embalming fluid mnfrs. 
213 Broadway 
Haartz William, baker, 99 Banks, h. 

do. 
Habe Wilber, carpenter, b. 161 Putnam 

ave. 
Hackert William C. night watchman, 

H. C. h. 203 Cambridge 
Hackett Arthur H. steam fitter, b. 164 
Franklin 
" Bernard, b. 190 Main 
" Bridget, widow of Patrick, h. 164 

Franklin 
" Frank W. driver, b. 164 Franklin 
" Henry C. letter carrier, 647 Mass. 

ave. 'h. 17 Summer 
1 Jacob Mrs. groceries, 174 Franklin, 

h. do. 
' Jane, widow, h. 190 Main 
" John H. pressman, U. P. h. 14 Bay 

" Joseph P. pressman, b. 164 Frank- 
lin 



Hackett Mortimer M. police, station 

1, b. 9 Mt, Auburn 
" Paul, car conductor, h. 54 Auburn 

pi. 
" Philip, sugar house, b. 173 Bridge 
" Thomas H. driver, National Ex. B. 

h. 81 Inman 
" Waiter H. compositor, U. P. h. 9 

Mt. Auburn 
" William, teamster, B. h. 90 Clark 
HacqureSaul, cigar maker, h. 47 Lopez 
Hadcock Charles E. inspector of ani- 
mals and provisions, h. 54 Trow- 
bridge 
Hadden Samuel J. laborer, b. 245 Sixth 
Hadley Alfred, painter, h. 36 Myrtle 
ave. 
" Clarence V. sign painter, 76 Gore, 

b. 36 Fourth 
" Edward L. asst. supt. Fresh Pond 

Ice Co. off Concord ave. h. 36 

Myrtle ave. 
" Elbridge J. cloth cutter, 204 Bridge, 

h. 1335 Cambridge 
" Elizabeth Mrs. h. 343 Broadway 
" George A. printer, b. 36 Fourth 
" Henry W. clerk, Portland, cor. 

Broadway, h. 23 Lawrence 
" James G. driver, Fresh Pond Ice 

Co. b. 36 Myrtle ave. 
" John, carpenter, h. 50 Rindg'e ave. 
" Lucy J. widow of Elijah L. h. 150" 

Mt. Auburn 
" Martha J. widow of William P. h. 

35 Market 
" Mary L. Ih. 343 Broadway 
" Richard W., B. b. 2222 Mass. ave. 
•' Theodore F. b. 35 Market 
%i Thomas, asst. bookkeeper, B. b. 36 

Myrtle ave. 
" William G. clerk, Fresh Pond Ice 

Co. b. 36 Myrtle ave. 
Hadlock H. Edward, h. 203 Harvard 
Haff Harriet E. widow of George L. h. 

6 Sycamore 
Haney Annie, widow of Oscar B. h. 

139 Putnam ave. 
" Benjamin O. porter, b. 152 Putnam 

ave. 
" John, laborer, h. r. 56 Franklin 
Hagan Barney, cooper, b. 56 Baldwin 
" Barney, cooper, b. 172 Brookline 
" Felix, at R. S. R. h. 73 Spring 
" James, at 169 Gore, h. 30 do. 
" James, janitor, St. Mary's church, 

h. 194 Elm 
" James, laborer, b. 57 Harvard 

" John, laborer, h. 57 Harvard 

" John F. watchman, b. 172 Brook- 
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Hagan Alary, h. 194 Elm 
" Mary, widow of Peter, ih. 172 Brook- 
line 
" Peter, cooper, b. 172 Brookline 
" Robert, hostler, 190 Broadway, b. 

do. 
" Thomas, driver, b. 172 Brookline 
Hagar Frank A. clerk, b. 51 Brookline 
" Fred W. probation officer, h. 51 

Brookline 
" Jothn, laborer, b. 27 Winter 
" John D. bookkeeper, B. b. 51 Brook- 
line 
Hagberg Axel F. cabinet maker, b. 32 

Sidney 
" Ernest, cabinet maker, h. 30 State 
Hager Charles, baker, Almshouse, h. 

end Clarendon ave. 
" Charles, sausage maker, h.452 Win- 

sor 
" Edward, teamer, h. 6 Clifton 
Hagerty David, laborer, b. 74 Gore 
" James, laborer, b. 450 Broadway 
" James, mason, b. 108 Columbia 
" Jeremiah, city laborer, b. 15 Far- 
well pi. 
" John, fireman, h. 184 Franklin 
" John, laborer, h. 4 Hunting 
" John, laborer, b. 406 Norfolk 
" John, teamster, h. Bent, n. Sixth 
" John S. blacksmith, h. 74 Gore 
" Patrick, h. 119 Brookline 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 406 Norfolk 
" see Hegerty 
Haggle Archibald, painter, 12 Low- 
land ave. 
" George R. carpenter, 'h. 6 Sixth 
Haig'h Joe, engineer, h. r. 52 Broad- 
way 
Haines John W. silverer, U. G. Co. h. 
297 Broadway 
" John W. Jr. clerk, B. h. 207 Broad- 
way 
" see Haynes 
Hainey John, packer, b. 56 Cambridge 
Hainsworth Harry, clerk, 2004 Mass. 

ave. b. 23 Mead 
Haker August, piano maker, h. 5 
School pi. 

Halberg John, milk, h. 553 Main 

1 Nicholas, coac'h and carriage nrnfr. 

22 Broadway, h. 28 do. 
' Oscar, laborer, b. 553 Main 
Halbert Vernon W. eastern agent, F. 

R. R. h. 1851 Mass. ave. 
Hale Aaron, boarding and sale stable, 
29 Elm, h. 341 Broadway 

" Alice C. teacher, 79 Brattle, b. 63 
Inman 



HALE EDWIN B. lawyer, 209 
Washington, rms. 39 and 40, B. 
bds. 387 Harvard. See page 853 

" Fred, baker. 2529 Mass. ave. rms. 8 
Tannery 

" Thomas K. b. 63 Inman 

" see McHale 
Hales Albert E. driver, 1900 Mass. av. 
b. 12 Miller ave. 

" Arthur, carpenter, h. 12 Miller ave. 

" Ernest L. engraver, B. b. 12 Miller 
ave. 

" William H. plumber, b. 12 Miller av. 
Haley Catherine, h. 205 Vine 

" Catharine Mrs. h. 9 Magnolia ave. 

" Charles G. druggist's sundries, 71 
Franklin, B. h. 14 Ellery 

" Charlotte J. widow of Charles E. h. 
14 Ellery 

" Christopher, laborer, h. 16 South 

" Daniel, car driver, h. r. 20 Lambert 

" Daniel, laborer, b. 31 Fifth 

" Dennis, city laborer, h. 28 Jefferson 

" Dennis, iron worker, B. B. W. h. 6 
Berkshire pi. 

" Dennis J. electrotyper, h. 83 Put- 
nam ave. 

" Dennis P. baker, N. Y. B. Co. b. 105 
Amory 

" Ellen, widow of John, h. 9 Jeffer- 
son 

" Ellen, widow of Timothy, h. 729 
Cambridge 

" Ellen, widow of William, h. 1 Union 
ct. 

" Henry, painter, 265 Broadway, h. 
254 Winsor 

" Honora, widow of Dennis, h. 6 
Laurel 

" James, laborer, h. 3 Sparks 

" James (Haley & Houghton), 644 
Cambridge, b. 1 Seventh st. ct. 

" James J. tube worker, h. 6 Hard- 
ing 

" Jane, widow of John, h. 217 Vine 

" Jeremiah, clerk, b. 182 Franklin 

" Joanna, widow of David, h. 21 
Sparks 

" John, baker, h. 7 Decatur 

" John, clerk, 25 Park, h. 220 Frank- 
lin 

' John, iron moulder, h. 344 Mass. av. 

" John, laborer, h. 20 Lambert 

" John, printer, h. 213 Franklin 

" John, printer, 744 Mass. ave. h. at 
Somerville 

' John H. tinsmith, h. 85 Huron ave. 

" John J. painter, 22 Boylston, rms. 
28 Dunster 

" John P. baker, b. 7 Decatur 

" Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 182 
Franklin 



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Haley Mary, widow of John, b. 31 
Franklin 
" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 20 De- 
Wolfe 
" Mary E. h. 105 Amory 
" Maurice, laborer, b. 6 Berkshire pi, 
" Maurice, laborer, h. 17 Seventh 
" Maurice, teamster, b. 137 Otis 
" Michael, carpenter, h. 128 Hamp- 
shire 
" Michael, junk, 250 Vine, h. do. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 107 Amory 
" Michael, laborer, h. 122 Gore 
" Michael E. driver, h. 5 Hayes 
" Michael H. baker, h. 20 DeWolf e 
" Michael H. tin worker, h. 16 Fair- 
mont ave. 
" Michael J. painter, h. 60 Cedar 
" Nellie E. h. 255 Putnam ave. 
" Patrick F. piano maker, b. 105 

Amory 
" Philip, h. 340c Green 
*' Robert, peddler, b. 1 Union ct. 
" Thomas, horse dealer, h. 33 Ninth 
" Thomas, planer, h. 4 Hotel Shirley 
" Thomas Mrs. h. 149 Franklin 
" Thomas J. painter, h. 38 Middlesex 
" Timothy, painter, h. 70 Murray 
" Timothy W. foreman, 1372 Mass. av. 

h. 257 Putnam ave. 
" William, carpenter, b. 6 Brewer 
" William, driver, Chemical No. 2, h. 
133 Lexington ave. 

HALEY WILLIAM, plumber 
1965 Mass. ave. h. 5 Mead. See 

page 806 
" & Houghton (James Haley and 

Frank Houghton), horse dealers, 

644 Cambridge 
" see Healey 
Halgren August, h. 474 Cambridge 
Haliburton George M. salesman, h. 13 

Glenwood ave. 
" William, salesman, b. 13 Glenwood 

ave. 
Hall Albert E. (Hall Bros.) machinist, 

628 Mass. ave. h. 430 Winsor 
" Albert H. clerk, Dane Hall, h. 30 Mt, 

Pleasant 
" Albert J. teamster, b. 1211 Cam- 
bridge 
" Alice C. widow of E. G. h. 7 Irving 

terrace 
' Amos W. night lunch, h. 72 Green 
" Andrew C. shipper, rms. 22 Mur- 

dock 
" Ann B. widow of John S. h. 946 

Mass. ave. 
" Ann F. widow of Edmund J. h. 22 

Sacramento 



Hall Arthur E. piano action maker, b. 

347 Winsor 
" Arthur L. bookkeeper, b. 32 River 
'" Arthur S. bookkeeper, 330 Main, b. 

at Medford 
" Asa, teacher, H. U. b. 12 Kirkland 

pi. 
" Barnabas Y. carpenter, h. 61 Magee 

HALL BROS. (Edgar and Albert 
E. Hall), machinists' and mnfrs. 

Matrix Drying Machines, etc. 628 

Mass. ave. See page 799 
' Charles, engineer, b. 5 Hotel Dor- 
chester 
' Charles E. clerk, P. O., B. h. 332 

Columbia 
' Charles E. marble, h. 411 Broadway 
' Charles W. action maker, b. 347 

Winsor 
' Clara Mrs. h. 42 Arlington 
' Clara A. principal Dunster^kinder- 

garten school, b. 2 Inman 
' Daniel Mrs. h. 32 Harvey 
' Eben G. freight clerk, h. 31 Hadley 
' Edgar (Hall Bros.), machinist, 628 

Mass. ave. h. 42 Fairmont 
' Edith A. teacher, Latin school, b. 

15 Avon 
' Edward B. real estate, 53 State, B. 

h. 42 Orchard 
' Edwin A. janitor, Horticultural 

Hall, B. h. 120 Winsor 
' Edwin H. prof, in physics, H. U. h. 

37 Gorham 

HALL EDWIN K. real estate, 
2409 Mass. ave. h. 24 Haskell. See 

page 15 
' Ellen, widow of Daniel, h. 38 Union 
' Elmer E. stable foreman, 28 Bridge 
' Elmira F. Mrs. teacher, Felton 

school, h. at Somerville 
' Etta H. h. 22 Sacramento 
4 Frank O. Rev. pastor, Third Univ. 

church, h. 42 Arlington 
' Frank S. clerk, 7 Central sq. h. 287 

Green 
' Frank S. motorman, b. 17 Magnolia 

ave. 
' Frank T. candy maker, b. 685 Main 
' Fred E. (Hall-Smart Cleansing Co.) 

r. 366 Main, h. 212 Allston 
' Fred T. hack driver, 216 Green, b. 

15 Pleasant 
' Fred Y. plumber, b. 61 Magee 
' Gaylord C. student, M. I. T., B. b. 7 

Irving terrace 
' George H. broker, 46 School, B. h. 

34 Magazine 
' Halver, case maker, h. 135 Harvard 
' Harry H. magician, b. 15 Howard 



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Hall Henry C. h. 5 Felton 

" Henry I. (Alden Speare, Sons & Co.) 
Binney, h. 22 Sacramento 

" Herbert N. foreman, h. 48 Erie 

" H. Fletcher, architect, b. 5 Felton 

" James A. painter, h. 233 Hampshire 

" James B. b. 25 Ware 

" James M. lawyer, B. h. 25 Ware 

" James M. W. lumber, 53 State, B. 
h. 1558 Mass. ave. 

" James P. police, station 3, h. 77 
Tremont 

*' John, cariage painter, b. 1170 Mass. 
ave. 

" John, laborer, H. U. yard, h. 213 
Mt. Auburn 

" John M. restaurant, (587 Main, h. 
685 do. 

" John P. painter, b. 685 Main 

" Joseph, cigars, B. h. 421 Broadway 

" Joseph, iceman, b. Wm. White- 
house's, Washburn ave. 

" Joseph, sawyer, h. 93 Hastings 

" Levi D. carpenter, h. 7 Rindge ave. 

" Lewis, pres. Lechmere National 
Bank, 172 Cambridge, h. 1481 do. 

" Lewis, tinsmith, h. 297 Green 

" Lucy A. widow of Joshua E. h. 37 
Gorham 

" Lydia J. widow of George W. h. 
1S7 Hampshire 

" Martha J. widow of George E. h. 
22 Plympton 

" Myra G. widow of Joseph T. h. S6a 
Hammond 

" Nellie, widow of Daniel, h. 38 Union 

" Nelson (Hall & Akin), real estate 
and ins. 17 Central sq. h. at Bos- 
ton 

" Norman F. student, b. 7 Irving ter- 
race 

" Orrin R. carpet cleaner, r. 366 Main, 
b. 74 Green 

" Parmelia A. at Baptist Home, 308 
Brookline 

" Robert, student, H. U. h. 80 Wen- 
dell 

" Robert J. A. carpenter, h. 12 Rail- 
road 

" Robert W. student, H. U. b. 7 Irv- 
ing terrace 

" Samuel, b. 71 Tremont 
' Samuel, janitor, 763 Mass. ave. h. 
The Inman 

" Sarah C. teacher, 79 Brattle, b. at 
Boston 

" Sarah L. widow of Robert B. h. 15 
Avon 

' Sarah N. widow of Orrin, h. 6 Fol- 
len 



Hall Sigfred, teamster, b. 19% Wash- 
ington 

HALL, SMART CLEANSING 
CO. carpet cleaning, rear 360 

Main. See p. 838 
" Thomas H. core maker, h. 5 Blanche 
" Thomas S. carpenter, 107 Franklin, 

h. 15 Pleasant pi. 
" Victor M. car starter, 1376 Mass. 

ave. rms. 36 Mt. Auburn 
" William B. cigars, 78 Hanover, B. 

h. 86 Pleasant 
" William C. clerk, Fresh Pond Ice 

Co. b. 411 Broadway 
" William C. furniture mover and 

wood and coal, 347 Winsor, h. do. 
" William S. lawyer, 53 State, rm. 716. 

B. h. 6 Follen 

HALL & AKIN (Nelson Hall and 
Henry B. Akin), real estate and 
insurance, 17 Central sq. See p. 800 
Hallberg Gustaf, cabinet maker, h. £30 

Winsor 
Hallett Andrews, at 43 West, B. h. 
163 Magazine 
" Herbert B. supt. 50 Harvard, h. at 

Boston 
" James H. b. 27 Ellsworth ave. 
'" Jeannett B. Mrs. h. 27 Ellsworth av. 
" Jeannette I. asst. public library, h. 

27 Ellsworth ave. 
" Nelson A. h. 27 Ellsworth ave. 
Halley Mary A. groceries, 157 Pine, h. 
192 Harvard 
" Thomas, cooper, h. 1 Eighth 
" Thomas H. japanner, h. 192 Har- 
vard 
Hallian Joseph, salesman, B. h. 68 

Pemberton 
Halliday Archibald A. tailor, 2972 
Mass. ave. b. 19 Creighton 
" Henry A. second hand clothing, 2 

Brattle sq. h. 307 Columbia 
" John B. cutter, 2072 Mass. ave. h. 

19 Creighton 
" Mabel R. bookkeeper, b. 19 Creigh- 
ton 
Hallisey Daniel, laborer, h. 32 Webster 
ave. 
" John, b. 34 Webster ave. 
" John, laborer, b. 13 Fallon pi. 
" Michael, steam fitter, h. 4 King pi. 
" Patrick, b. 34 Webster ave. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 26 Porter 
" Timothy, at 169 Gore, h. 30 Seventh 
" William, laborer, b. 875 Cambridge 
" William, laborer, h. 108 Banks 
Hallisy John, laborer, 15 Sparks, h. do. 
Halloran Catherine, housekeeper, 46 
Rindge ave. 



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CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY 



lalloran Catherine, widow of Michael, 

h. 42 Warren 
'* Daniel, laborer, h. 170 Franklin 
" Dennis, laborer, b. r. 342% Green 
" Ellen, widow of Daniel, h. 342 Green 
" Hannah, widow of John. h. 179 

Bridge 
'* John B. Rev. pastor St. John's 

church, h. 46 Rindge ave. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. r. 249 Franklin 
" see O'Halloran 
Hally William J. plumber, h. 11 Erie 
Hainan John, baker, 1906 Mass. ave. 
Halpin Eliabeth Mrs. h. 9 Elmer 
" John, machinist, h. 9 Elmer 
" Michael, horseshoer, h. 17 Sparks 

st. pi. 
" P. James, hairdresser, 7 Holyoke, h. 
47 Putnam ave. 
Halpine Nicholas J. lieut. U. S. N. b. 

28 Arlington 
Halse Edward, foreman, 28 Osborn, h. 

124 Western ave. 
Halsey Arthur E. chemist, h. 372 Bea- 
con 
Halstead Edward D. foreman, 682 

Mass. ave. h. 92 Magazine 
Halvorsen Carl H. painter, h. 108 
Thorndike 
* ; Halvor, brakeman, h. 1 Hotel Pleas- 
ant 
" Inga M. Mrs. boarding house, 108 
Thorndike 
Hamblet Horace, car inspector, B. & 
M. R. R. h. 261 Portland 
" Sarah E. widow of Alvin, h. 14 Ox- 
ford 
Hambly John B. bookkeeper, h. 39 

Amory 
Hamelberg Axel, piano maker, rnis. 49 

Columbia 
Hamell James, carriage maker, 2067 
Mass. ave. h. at Arlington 
i£ John, core maker, T. B. M. Co. h. 
189 Third 
Hamill Sam. S. church organ builder. 
Bent, n. Sixth, h. at Somerville 
" Thomas, machinist, T. B. M. Co. h. 
Spear's blk. Binney 
Hamilton Ada L. dressmaker, 253 
Broadway, b. do. 
" Adeline, widow, h. 27 Grigg 
; ' Adrian Y. baker, h. 72 Brookline 
" Albert L. bakery, 34 Kirkland, h.do. 
" Alexander M. carver, b. 42 State 
" Alfred, trimmer, b. 333 Western av. 
" Alfred P. bookkeeper, 27 Franklin, 
h. 47 Lopez 

"' Alvina Mrs. baker, 360 Broadway, 
h. 2 Derby lane 



Hamilton Angus M. janitor, h. 295 
Winsor 
" Arthur H. carpenter, b. 253 Broad- 
way - 
" Benjamin Mrs. h. 29 Hastings 
" Charles, at 145 Broadway, b. 72 

Brookline 
" Charles B. lineman, C. E. Lt. Co. h. 

333 Western ave. 
" Charles E. carpenter, h. 175 Green 
" Charles H. celluloid polisher, 137 

Broadway, h. 1 Linwood pi. 
" Charles W. supt. 120 Tremont, B. h. 

114 Thorndike 
" David, brass finisher, h. 18a Cottage 
" Edmund, bridge builder, h. 48 

Brewery 
" Edward, laborer, b. 29 Hastings 
" Edwin J. butter, etc. h. 84 Antrim 
" Eva J. (Hamilton & Lemay), 288 

Broadway, h. 286 do. 
" Frances, clerk, b. 70 Otis 
" Fred R. teamster, b. 56 Middlesex 
" Fred S. carpenter, b. 253 Broadway 
" George A. carpenter, b, 253 Broad- 
way 
" James, laborer, b. 29 Hastings 
" James A. clerk, b. 14 Rockwell 
" James B. motorman, h. 27 Sidney 
" James E. b. 56 Middlesex 
" James T. carpenter, b. 253 Broad- 
way 
" John, salesman, B. b. 10 Fairmont 
" John, tinsmith, B. h. 13 Second 
" John A. milkman, h. 71 Howard 
" Joshua C. hat mnfr. 62 Pleasant, h. 

14 Rockwell 
" Kate, widow of William A. h. 56 

Middlesex 
" Mary A. widow of John, h. 253 

Broadway 
" Mary E. widow of James, h. 114 

Hastings 
" Michael, mason, b. 63 Bovlston 
" M. Ella, widow of Samuel, h. 98 

Concord ave. 
" Patrick, at 169 Gore. h. 13 Squire's 

ct. 
" Patrick, teamster, h. 7 Burns ct. 
" Robert . B. janitor, h. Green, n. 

Blanche 
" Walter, milkman, h. 50 Mt. Pleas- 
ant 
" William, brass worker, h. 22 Lopez 
" William, laborer, h. 1 Shepherd's 

blk. Plympton 
" William H. carpenter, b. 39 Green 

" William H. plumber, h. 8 Leonard 

" William H. porter, B. h. 18 Hews av. 

" William J. porter. R. P. h. 66 Fair- 
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Hamilton William M. restaurant, 448 

Mass. ave. h. 137 Washington 

" & Lemay (Eva J. Hamilton and 

Julia A. Lema3 r ), bakers, 288 

Broadway, 5 Mt. Auburn, 149a 

Putnam ave. and 243 Hampshire 

Hamlen Fred, driver, b. 28 Hancock 

Hamlin William W. piano tuner, h. 19 

Irving 
Haman Willard, wire worker, h. 165 

Pearl 
Hammar John E. janitor, 559 and 655 

Mass. ave. h. 559 do. 
Hamanarback Carl E. cabinet maker, 

108 Cambridge, h. 742 Winsor 
Hammers John J. medical student, 15 

Tremont, b. do. 
Hammett Andrew P. locksmith, 1250 

Mass. ave. h. 50 Mt. Auburn 
Hammond Addie, widow, h. r. 70 Mur- 
ray 
" Ellen, h. 25 Brewster 
" Franklin T. lawyer, b. 859 Mass. av. 
" Isaac A. agent, paper and twine, h. 

203 Columbia 
" John W. judge, Superior Court, B. 

h. 859 Mass. ave. 
" Joseph, h. 36 Brewery 
" Josephine, dressmaker, b. 265 Put- 
nam ave. 
" William, laborer, h. Jordan pi. 
Hamimons George W. clerk, B. b. 88 
Antrim 
" Georgianna Mrs. h. 88 Antrim 
Hampson David, h. 410 Green 
' Geoffry, clerk, rms. 45 Mt. Auburn 
William H. machinist, h. 410 Green 
Hampton William, teamster, h. 90 

Cherry 
Hancock Amaranth L. widow of Solo- 
mon, h. 25 Pearl 

HANCOCK CHARLES E. real 
estate and insurance agent, 615 
Mass. ave. h. 46 Pleasant. See 
page 800 
" Edwin F. driver, 8 Soden, h. 579 
Mass. ave. 
Hand Charles S. candy maker, h. 20 
Warland 
' James, musician, h. 88 Spring 
' James, plasterer, b. 17 Reed 
William J. musician, b. 88 Spring 
Handrahan John, grocer. 44 Winter, h. 

do. 
Hands Anna C. Mrs. oculist, 1879 Mass. 
ave. h. do. 

" Herbert A. physician, 1879 Mass. av. 
h. do. 

Handschumacher A. provisions, b. 63 
Sixth 



Handy Mary J. h. 54 Hastings 

" Rufus A. bookbinder, h. r. 207 River 
Haney Agvnes, forewoman, R. P. b. 9 
Laurel 
" Agnes C. rubber worker, rms. aeO 

Winsor 
" Elizabeth, h. 90 Concord ave. 
Hanf Edward, machinist, b. r. 6 May 
Hanifen Martha M. boarding house. 
145 Elm 
" Michael, clerk, 88 Leverett, B. b. 
145 Elm 
Hanify Michael T. brakeman, b. 24 

Soden 
Hankin Maria Mrs. rms. 965 Cam- 
bridge 
" William, book packer, h. 18a Cot- 
tage 
Hanks Elizabeth G. W. h. 387 Harvard 
" Sarah H. widow of Stedman W. h. 
387 Harvard 
Hanlej^ Charles C. printer, B. h. 204 
River 
" John, hostler, 12 Bay, h. 15 Beaver 
" John, packer, 55 Tremont, B. h. 

1326 Cambridge 
" Thomas J. jeweler, b. 1326 Cam- 
bridge 
" William E. gate tender, h. 3 Hotel 

Pleasant 
" William F. bookkeeper, 12 Boyls- 
ton, b. 1328 Cambridge 
Hanlon David J. action maker, h. 3 
Hotel Clark 
" Edward, laborer, h. 23 Hayes 
" James, helper, b. 23 Hayes 
' John, hose maker, h. 5 Hotel Shir- 
ley 
John, teamster, h. 174 Third 
" Michael J. action maker, h. 6€ 

Boylston 
" Morgan J. fireman, R. S. R. h. 12 

Fourth 
" Morgan J. Jr. tare marker, R. S. R. 

h. 12 Fourth 
" Morris, machine hand, h. 1 Walker 

ct. 
" Stephen, laborer, b. 177 Otis 
" Thomas, h. 71 Hampshire 
" William, stone yard, Portland, n. 
Cambridge, h. 24 Jefferson 
Hanna Robert, horse shoer, h. 81 
Washington 
" William J. plumber, 8 Allen, h. do. 
" William S. salesman, B. b. 8 Allen 
" see Hannah 

Hannafan Daniel, machinist, h. 560 
Mass. ave. 

Hannaford Patrick, teamster, h. GC 
Cambridge 



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Hannaford Timothy, teamster, h. r. 
125 Gore 
" Timothy W. carriage maker, h. 41 

Regent 
" William, teamster, h. 11 Sixth 
Hannah Jessie, h. 47 Market 
" Lucre ti a, h. 20 Gray 
" Samuel D. Ames bldg. B. h. 160 

Huron ave. 
" William, driver, 2093 Mass. ave. h. 

at Somerville 
" William C. plasterer, h. 234 Colum- 
bia 
Hannam John F. engineer, h. 59 Gore 
Hannigar Amy Mrs. h. 33 Mill 
Hanninen John, laborer, h. 115 Fourth 
Hannon Charles, laborer, b. 8 Berk- 
shire pi. 
" Edward F. furniture polisher, B. h.' 

162 Fifth 
"" George F. clerk, b. 142 Thorndike 
" Henry T. drug clerk, b. 142 Thorn- 
dike 
" James H. foreman, Fifth, c. Rogers, 

h. Speare's blk. Binney 
" John, h. 218 Banks 
" Thomas, action polisher, h. 303 

Vine 
" Thomas J. moulder, h. 142 Thorn- 
dike 
" see Hennan 
Hannum Henry, confectioner, h. 242 
Webster ave. 

HANNUM LEANDER M. real 
estate agent, mortgages, notary 
and justice of the peace, 649 Mass. 
ave. h. 887 do. See page 800 
" Melvin L. 748 Main, h. 44 Erie 
Hanrahan Michael, teamster, h. 3 Fal- 
lon pi. 
Peter, laborer, b. 207 Putnam ave. 
" William, laborer, h. 106 Banks 
Hanright Clarence B. machinist, h. 40 

Brookline 
Hansalpakar Edwin, machinist, h. 17 

Holworthy pi. 
Hanscom Alpheus P. clerk, B. b. 131 
Auburn 
" Catherine M. widow of Jacob, h. 8 

Rice 
" Emmons, clerk, 638 Mass. ave. h. 177 
Magazine 
; Henry C. carpenter, h. 131 Auburn 
" Mary S. widow of Joshua, h. 22 

Magazine 
" Susie J. Mrs. h. 89 Brookline 
" Walter J. clerk, B. b. 8 Rice 

" William P. action maker, h. 34 Kin- 
naird 

". William S. carpenter, h. 1 Norfolk 
pi. 



Hansen Alph M. machinist, h. 99 
Spring 

" Christian, coachman, b. 6 Cottage 
row 

" Hans C. machinist, h. 91 Fifth 

" Peter, painter, h. 728 Cambridge 

" Theodore H. at 169 Gore, h. 23 
Marion 
Hansis George, casket trimmer, b. r. 
117 Otis 

" John G. moulder, h. r. 117 Otis 

" Louis, action maker, h. 394 Winsor 
Hanson Abigail, widow of William, b. 
17 Suffolk 

" Amandus, cabinet maker, b. 764 
Main 

" Catherine B. widow of Herman L. 
h. 202 Harvard 

" Charles, at 169 Gore, h. 14 Carlisle 

" David, architect, rins. 26 Howard 

" Elmer E. salesman, 495 Main, h. 63 
Dana 

" Eugenie, widow of Frank, h. 43 Co- 
lumbia 

" George A. stenographer, 71 Kilby, 
B. h. 21 Haskell 

" Harry H. starter, Murray st. sta- 
tion, rms. 66 Winthrop 

" Hattie M. teacher, Wellington 
school, b. 19 Leonard ave. 

" Henry A. slater, h. 2 Union ct. 

" John C. h. 36 Gray 

" John H. laborer, h. 20 Soden 

" Lewis F. special . agent, 53 State, 
B. h. 19 Leonard ave. 

" Lizzie M. h. 19 Leonard ave. 

" Mary, widow of Eliot, b. 230 West- 
ern ave. 

" Michael S. carpenter, h. 20 Tufts 

" Obert, driver, 131 Franklin, h. 175 
do. 

" Peter, farm hand, b. 3 Willis ct. 

" Sarah J. widow of John W. h. 18 
Antrim 

" William C. student, H. U. b. 36 
Gray 

" William H. job wagon, 354 Main, 
h. 155 Pine 

" William H. Jr. action maker, h. 
100^ Hampshire 

" William J. painter, h. r. 473 Cam- 
bridge 

" see Hansen 

Hapgood Charles C. salesman, B. h. 31 
Fayette 

" Oliver M. foreman, W. E. St. Ry. 

Co. h. 167 Hampshire 
" Richard, road master, 81 Milk, B. h. 

338 Harvard 

Harbaugh Joanna V. S. sec. 79 Brattle, 
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Harbour John J. apothecary, 93 Rice, 

h. 87 do. 
Harbroe Alfred, laborer, h. 20G Web- 
ster ave. 
" Stephen J. laborer, h. 98 Columbia 
Harden Leroy E. milkman, h. 125 Pine 
Hardenburgh Fred, optician, b. 19 Mel- 

len 
Harding Allen C. salesman, B. h. 4 
Rindgefield 

Arthur B. checker, h. 1 Linwood pi. 

Arthur H. conductor, b. 210 Colum- 
bia 

Binney L. carpenter, b. 9 Shepard 

Charles F. provisions, B. h. 248 
Broadway 

Clement, master mariner, h. 9 
Shepard 

Edward K. h. 267 Broadway 

Edward K. Jr. compositor, b. 267 
Broadway 

Elwin P. salesman, h. 32 Warland 

Emma E. h. r. 135 Pearl 

Eva, seamstress, h. 330 Broadway 

Francis H. dental student, H. U. h. 
15 Allen 

Frank G. peddler, h. 169 Main 

Isaac N. h. 288 Harvard 

James, printer, b. 174 Columbia 

James P. teamster, h. 31 Pine 

Julia, widow of Charles L. h. 1460 
Cambridge 

Lucian D. electrician, h. r. 135 
Pearl 

Mary, widow of Richard B. h. 382 
Cambridge 

Philip E. machinist, h. 126 Hamil- 
ton 

Richard B. Jr. teamster, 38 F. H. 
sq. B. h. 70 Thorndike 

Samuel G. paper and twine, 24 
Warland, h. do. 

Seymour W. driver, 38 F. H. sq. B. 
b. 70 Thorndike 

Walter H. water registrar, C. W. 
W. office, City Hall, h. 28 Fay- 
ette 

William F. compositor, B. b. 267 
Broadway 

William P. lawyer, 68 Cornhill, B. 
h. 19 Sacramento 

Nathaniel K. confectioner, h. 288 
Harvard 

William S. clerk, B. b. 70 Thorndike 
Hardwick Rose, teacher, Latin school, 
h. 65 Frost 

Hardy Azilda, widow of Arthur, h. r. 
14 Jackson 

" Charles F. clerk, B. b. 75 River 

' Charles H. W. teamster, h. off 
Washburn ave. 



Hardy Charles R. cattle food, 66 Win- 
sor, h. 895 Main 
" Edward A. printer, b. 12 Essex 
" Francis D. (Henry Thayer & Co.), 
mnfg. chemist, 150 Broadway, h. 
50 Erie 
" Frances L. Mrs. nurse, rms. 321 

Pearl 
" Frank D. motorman, h. 438 Green 
" Jane, seamstress, rms. 2 Hudson 
" Louis W. h. r. 63 Dana 
" Maria J. widow of George B. h. 75 

River 
" Mary C. teacher, Latin school, h. at 
Arlington 
Hare Moses J. waiter, h. 26 Jay 
Hare C. Parker, printer, b. 35y 2 Essex 
" Moses J. waiter, h. 26 Jay 
Harer Louis F. metal spinner, b. 60' 

Harvard 
Hargrev Oscar, furniture, b. 110 

Thorndike 
Harkin John S. carpenter, h. 213% 

Franklin 
Harkins Charles J. cutter. Am. Rub. 
Co. h. 14 Plymouth 
" Edward J. clerk, b. 29 Hews 
" John J. helper, Sawin's express, h. 

79 Boylston 
," John J. tailor, b. 29 Hews 
" Margaret, widow of Michael, h. 14 

Plymouth 
" Patrick, painter, b. 29 Hews 
" Sarah, widow of John, h. 29 Hews 
Harkness Charles E. blacksmith, h. 126 

Winsor 
Harlen Herman, steam fitter, h. 206 

Norfolk 
Harlow Albert E. car conductor, h. 16 
Grant 
' Albert F. cashier, R. S. R. h. 289 

Harvard 
' Charles E. framer, 13 Brattle, b. 61 

Gorham 
' Charles H. manager, 435 Winsor, h. 

219 Webster ave. 
' Edward, hairdresser, 107 River, h. 

210 Auburn 
' Ellis B. salesman, B. b. 9 Walnut 

ave. 
' Frank S. lawyer, 549 Tremont bldg. 

B. h. 20 Langdon 
' Frederick P. carpenter, h. 224 Nor- 
folk 
' Henry M. rubber worker, h. 38 

Amory 
' John E. carriage painter, r. 10 

Brattle, rms. 1170 Mass. ave. 
' John F. piano inspector, 530 Main, 

h. 216 y 2 Harvard 
' John H. clerk, 638 Mass. ave. h. 29 
Lawrence 



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Harlow John W. clerk, 674 Mass. ave. 

h. 13 Cottage 
" Lillian Mrs. grocer, 435 Winsor, h'. 

219 Webster ave. 
" Robert C. clerk, M. T. S. h. at Lex- 
ington 
" Rufus, stair builder, h. 47y 2 Market 
llannon Albert, inner sole worker, b. 

47 Union 
" Albion K. P. watchman, h. 60 

Chestnut 
" Henry, teamster, h. 125 Brookline 
Harnden Albert H. baker, h. 26 Hews 
" Alfred N. clerk, 33 Hampshire, b. 

190 Elm, N. C. 
" Edwin H. b. 190 Elm, N. C. 
Harney Bridget, widow of Edward, 

nurse, h. 247 Webster ave. 
" Edward Mrs. h. 83 Amory 
" Edward J. teamster, h. 83 Amory 
" Hugh, teamster, 19 Dublin, h. do. 
" John J. express, b. 17 Tuttle 
" Margaret, widow of Michael, h. 17 

Tuttle 
" Marie Madame, teacher of French, 

17 Berkeley, h. 16 Shepard 
" Michael, teamster, b. 17 Tuttle 
" Patrick, mason, h. 15 Tuttle 
Harper Alanson C. fireman, B. & A. 

R. R. b. 25 Green 
" Edith M. nurse, b. 25 Green 
" Edward P. clerk, b. 25 Green 
" George A. laborer, b. 8 Willis ct. 
" Hannah W. widow of Philip S. h. 25 

Green 
" Harriet E. bookkeeper, 2067 Mass. 

ave. b. 19 Hadley 
" Harry, hose maker, h. 3 Austin pi. 
" James, mason, h. 41 Crescent ave. 
,k Lillian M. bookkeeper, 47 Cogswell 

ave. b. 19 Hadley 
" Martha, missionary, rms. 35 Tre- 

mont 
" Robert D. wheelwright, 2017 Mass. 

ave. h. 19 Hadley 
" William T. foreman carpenter, 40 

Green, h. 31 Lawrence 
Harrell David, clothes cleaner, 21 Elm, 

B. h. 56 Harris 
" David B. clerk, 21 Elm, B. b. 56 

Harris 
" Jesse, pastor, Union Baptist church 

h. 20 Upton 

Harries John D. C. entry clerk, R. P. 

h. 34 Pearl 
Harrigan Charles J. helper, 1402 Mass. 

ave. b. 22 Mill 

" Jeremiah, pressman, 1229 Cam- 
bridge, h. 13 Portsmouth 

" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 13 
Portsmouth 



Harrigan William H. h.39 Webster ave. 

" see Horrigan 
Harriman Elizabeth, widow of Martin 
Y. B. h. 442 Green 
" George W. R. civil engineer, 3 Som- 
erset, B. h. 71 Martin 
" John E. printer, h. 71 Martin 
" John E. Jr. civil engineer, 3 Somer- 
set, B. h. 71 Martin 
Harrington Adeline, h. 64 Gore 
" Catherine, widow of Jeremiah, h. 

135 Antrim 
" Charles F. compositor, Traveler 

office, B. h. 170 Allston 
" Charles F. teamster, h. 84 Howard 
" Cornelius E. bricklayer, h. 29 An- 
drew 
" David, bricklayer, b. 121 Pleasant 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 94 Winter 
" Dennis, laborer, h. r. 6 Gore 
" Dennis, lather, h. 4 Pioneer 
" Dennis D. at R. 8. R. h. 192 Bridge 
" Edward J. machinist, h. 204 Vine 
" Eliza Mrs. boarding house, 94 Brat- 
tle 
" Eugene T. architect, 671 Mass. ave. 

(h. 135 Antrim 
" George H. driver, Colby Bros. h. 48 

Hudson 
" George H. salesman, 185 Franklin, 

B. h. 15 Shepard 
" George W. student, H. U. h. 11 Fol- 

len 
" James, laborer, b. 198 Bridge 
" James J. (Harrington & Howell), 
plasterer, 21 Parker, rms. 11 Mt. 
Auburn 
" Jeremiah, carriage man, h. 583 

Main 
" Jeremiah, hostler,* Sawin's stable, 

14 Murray, h. do. 
" John, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 199 Port- 
land 

HARRINGTON JOHN, blue 
stone, marble and granite works, 

99 and 101 Main, h. 47 Cedar. W. 

Somerville. See page 810 
" John, laborer, b. 11 Fallon pi. 
" John, laborer, h. 192 Bridge 
" John, laborer, h. 5 Seventh 
•" John, stone cutter, h. 59 Flagg- 
" John F. printer, b. 302 Green 
" John H. inspector, W. E. St. Ry. Co. 

h. 51 Norris 
" John J. engineer, h. 31 Blackstone 
" John J. tinsmith, h. 23 Hayes 
" Joseph, machinist, h. 320 Vine 
" Julia, h. r. 236 Franklin 
" Julia, Maud and Katherine, h. 73 

Banks 
" Lillian A. widow of Melville C. h. 

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Harrington Lindsey, car conductor, b. 
2 E. E. blk. Frank 
' Margaret, widow of Bartholomew, 

h. 5 Leighton ct. 
' Mary C. boarding house, 94 Brattle 
' Mary E. widow of John, h. 204 

Vine 
*' Mary E. G. teacher, Willard pri- 
mary school, b. 232 Chestnut 
" Mary S. widow of John L. h. 316 

Pearl 
' Michael, laborer, h. 53 Hampshire 
' Patrick, hairdresser, 1023 Cam- 
bridge, h. 302 Elm 
" Philip, b. 465 Mt. Auburn 
" Philip, tailor, h. 67 Howard 
' Eichard, machinist, h. 321 Eiver 
" Eobert M. clerk, b. 94 Brattle 
: Eodger, city laborer, h. 126 Pleas- 
ant 
' Silas, waiter, h. 38 Portland 
' Stephen H. furniture, 1077 Cam- 
bridge, h. 288 Elm 
; Timothy, gardener, h. 302 Green 
Timothy, hostler, 565 Mass. ave. h. 
11 Fallon pi. 
" Wilhemia Mrs. variety store, 175 

Hampshire, h. 306 Prospect 
' William, carpenter, b. 45 Eiver 
" William, salesman, h. 465 Mt. Au- 
burn 
William H. piano worker, h. 166 

Hampshire 
William T. machinist, h. 170 All- 
ston 

Winthrop G. printer, h. 232 Chest- 
nut 
& Howell (James J. Harrington 
and John E. Howell), plasterers, 
21 Parker 
Harris Albert, student, H. U. b. 49 
Gushing 
' Annie E. widow of Philip W. h 29 

Wendell 
' Arthur, clerk, h. 11 Seckle 
' Arthur, rms. 102 Austin 
' Augustine, machinist, h. 23 Austin 
Benjamin F. city laborer, h. 3 Mur- 
dock 

Catherine, widow of Patrick, h. 247 
Broadway 

HARRIS CHARLES (The Bar- 
ber Asphalt Paving Co.), asphalt 
paving, First, and 70 Kilby, B. h. 
5 Acacia. See page 5 
' Charles N. lawyer, h. 13 Bigelow 
| Charlotte M. h. 9 Francis ave. 
' Edward, furniture, 844 Main, h. 848 
do. 
Edward, laborer, h. 37 Portland 
4 Edward M. clerk, b. 32 Eoekingham 



Harris Edwin C. machinist, b. 64 All- 
ston 
" Ellery I. machinist, T. B. M. Co. 
Third, h. 174 Lake View ave. 
Emma F. h. 8 Holyoke pi. 
' George, foreman, b. 74 Thorndike 
" George, h. 49 Cushing 
' George A. clerk, 1381 Cambridge, b. 

114 Antrim 
' George C. men's furnishings, h. 114 

Antrim 
' Henry, driver, h. 232 Franklin 
' Henry, hostler, b. r. 57 Harvard 
' Isaac C. (Bellamy & Harris) mason, 
box 630 and 574 Mass. ave. h. 
18 Walden 
' Isabella Mrs. dressmaker, h. 4 Vil- 
lage 
' James, laborer, h. 115% Hampshire 
James, watchman, 111 Putnam ave. 
' James E. teamster, h. 75 Howard 
James G. treasurer, U. P. E. E. 
Ames bldg. B. b. 60 Prospect 
' John, laborer, h. 247 Broadway 
' John F. cook, h. 33 Dunster 
' John F. Jr. driver, <b. 33 Dunster 
' John P. porter, h. 4 Village 
' Joseph, janitor, Atlas Nat. Bank, B. 

h. 297 Columbia 
" Judson J. lineman, h. 154 Allston 
" J. Watson, h. 50 William 
' Louise W. teacher, Willard school, 

b. 50 William 
1 Major, clerk, B. b. 65 Washington 
" Margaret T. h. 247 Broadway 
' Mary F. Mrs. h. 65a Washington 
•' Maurice, clerk, 341 Washington, B. 
h. 32 Eockingham 
Minnie, boarding house, 194 Main 
• Moses, waiter, rms. 7 Dyke 
Nettie D. widow of James G. h. 140 
Antrim 
' Patrick, laborer, b. 247 Broadway 
1 Eobert, laborer, b. 4 Gray pi. 
' Stephen N. nickel plater, b. 23 Aus- 
tin 

Sylvia A. widow of Moses, h. r. 3 r < 
Brewery 

; Thomas, stone cutter, b. 247 Broad- 
way 
Thomas D. whitener, h. 98 Hast- 



ings 



' Thomas K. jobber, h. 69 Hastings 
' William, cooper, h. 64 Allston 
1 William, laborer, h. r. 114 Broad- 
way 

William, piano key maker, b. 722 

Main 
; William F. carpenter, h. 92 Fifth 
" William H. janitor, Hastings Hal], 

rms. do. 
" William J. clerk, P. O., B. b. 49 

Cushing 



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Harris William M. porter, Hastings 

Hall, b. 33 Dunster 
Harrison Charles H. salesman, B. h. 13 

Shepard 
" John W. teamster, 485 Mass. ave. b. 

142 Cherry 
" Lewis, caterer, h. 1 Cottage ct. 
" Nathaniel, waiter, h. 293 Third 
" Robert, teamster, b. 28% Foster 
" Tippo, laborer, h. 88 Harvard 
" William H. moulder, Oi. 134 Harvard 
Harrod William J. trav. auditor, F. R. 

R., B. h. 48' Mt. Pleasant 
Harroun Herbert, vocalist, b. 77 Wal- 

den 
Harshman Alice B. stenographer, B. b. 

305 Broadway 
Hart Albert B. instructor, H. U. h. 15 

Appian Way 
" Ann, widow of Hugh, h. 142 Willow 
" Benjamin J. wire worker, h. 83 

River 
" Catherine Mrs. h. 31 Grant 
" Charles J. optician, h. 8 Carlisle 
" Charles O. physician, 91 Antrim, h. 

do. 
" Charlies W. janitor, H. U. boat 

house, h. 35 Mellen 
" Cordelia Mrs. h. 16 Laurel 
" Daniel, city laborer, h. 142 Amory 
" Dennis, teamster, b. 31 Grant 
" Edward, laborer, h. 2 Water 
" James R. printer, h. 3 Jay 
" John, laborer, h. r. 254 Franklin 
" John F. clerk, B. b. 31 Grant 
" Joshua, cigar maker, h. 14 Salem 
" Melvin D. butter, cheese, etc. h. 12 

Kinnaird 
" Michael, laborer, ih. 123 Fourth 
" Michael, mason, h. 167 Tremont 
" Michael, special P. O. messenger, b. 

142 Willow 
" Michael, teamster, b. 15 Burns ct. 
" Michael J. special del. clerk, P. 0. 

b. 23 Willow 
" Nellie, widow of Walter, b. 3 Jay 
" Patrick, iron worker, B. b. 19 Park 
" Patrick, student, b. 142 Amory 
" Priscilla Mrs. h. 173 Main 
" Robert J. confectioner, h. 8 Holly 
" Thomas, h. 15 Burns ct. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 169 Main 

Thomas, laborer, h. 25 Wilbur 
" Thomas Jr. teamster, b. 15 Burns 

ct. 
" William F. upholsterer, b. 2 Water 
" see Harte and Hartt 
Harte Albion A. mariner, h. 57 Ellery 
Hartford Edward, potter, h. 131 Gar- 
den 
" Edward J. car conductor, h. 9 Tut- 

tle 



Hartford Margaret, widow of William, 

h. 9 Tuttle 
Hartley John G. teamster, b. 142 
Cherry 

" Margaret, widow of William, h. 142 
Cherry 

" Robert, baker, r. 813 Cambridge, h. 
813 do. 

" William P. shipper, b. 142 Cherry 
Hartman Edward H. clerk, B. h. 18 
Wendell 

" John R. bottler, h. Hotel Holly 

" Peter Joseph, sausage maker, h. 156 
Spring 

" Simon, variety store, 187 0am- 
bridge, b. do. 
Hartness Margaret, widow, b. 11 Wil- 

lard 
Hartnett Cornelius, moulder, h. 8 Har- 
rison 

" Mary, widow of John, h. 2 Gore 

" Timothy J. police, station 2, b. 2 
Gore 
Hartshorn Clara A. h. 18 Kinnaird - 

" Joseph, upholsterer, 19 Charles, B. 
h. 86 Thorndike 

" Lewis E. h. 40 Erie 

•' Mira E. milliner, B. b. 32 Linnaean 
Hartt Mary, widow of John, h. 40 Con- 
cord ave. 
Hartwell Charles H. provisions, 324 
Cambridge, h. at W. Somerville 

" George A. clerk, B. h. 136 Elm, N.C. 

" George H. jeweler, at Somerville, 
h. 106 Austin 

*' James K. b. 74 Green 

" James T. clerk, 963 Washington, B. 
(h. 74 Green 

*' J. Albert, clerk, 324 Cambridge, h. 
97 Thorndike 

•' Mary E. widow of William H. h. 27 
Maple ave. 
Harty Michael J. (McCloskey & 
Harty), 241, 1245 and 1253 Cam- 
bridge, and real estate, 1287 do. 
also (McCloskey, Harty & Co.) 
provisions, 1265 do. h. 1293 do. 
Hartz Edward, produce, h. 48 Austin 

" (Helena, widow of Michael, h. 105 
Henry 

" L. George, provisions, b. 105 Henry 

" Walter, clerk, h. 250 Norfolk 

" see Haartz, also Artz 

HARVARD BOOK STORE, 
J. H. Woods, prop. 33 Brattle. 

See page 811 

Harvard Co-operative Society, tailor- 
ing dept. 1400 Mass. ave. star 
tionerv dept. Dane Hall, office 
do. 

" Crimson (The), 1304 Mass. ave. 



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273 



Harvard Custom Laundry, C. Stowe, 
prop. 3 Central sq. 

" Cycle Co. (A. B. Peckham), 1122 
Mass. ave. 

" Extract Co. E. H. McDonald, prop. 
12 Pearl 

" Piano Co. r. 708 Main, office, 90 
Wareham, B. 

" Printing' Co. C. S. Whiting, mngr. 
528 Mass. ave. 

" Rowing Club, foot of Boylston 

" Square Cafe, and dining room, 1388 
Mass. ave. 

" University, Mass. ave. bet. Quincy 
sq. and Harvard sq. 

4 ' University Boat Club, De Wolfe,opp. 
Flagg 

" University Botanic Garden, junc. 
Garden, Linnaean and Raymond 

" University Gymnasium, Kirkland, 
junc. Holmes pi. 

" University Memorial Ball, Cam- 
bridge, junc. Kirkland • 

" Universitj' Observatory, Garden, 
cor. Bond 
Harvey Alfred, carpenter, h. 5 Laurel 

" Charles, foreman, 23 Central wharf, 
B. h. 93 Richdale ave. 

" Fanny C. widow of Milton, h. 92 
Washington ave. 

" Frank, physician, 1299 Cambridge, 

h. do. 
' George A. coachman, 8 Elmwood 
ave. h. Sibley ct. 

" Harry W. watchman, h. 288 Pros- 
pect 
' Peter, wool worker, h. 11 Union 

" Samuel C. real estate broker, B. b. 
75 Dana 

" Walter E. physician, 10 Magazine, 
h. do. 

" William A. printer, R. P. b. 106 Au- 
burn 
; William J. machinist, h. 115 Brook- 
line 
Harwood Alexander T., Armstrong 
transfer agent, B. h. 46 Walden 

" George A. Tufts student, b. 46 Wal- 
den 
' Jennette P. Mrs. h. 45 Trowbridge 
Hasey William, hostler, b. 2 Soden 
Haskell Asa G. master mariner, h. 325 
Webster ave. 

" Charles H. driver, 688 Mass. ave. h. 

at Arlington 
' Eliza A. widow of Samuel E. h. 310 
Third 

" Ellis E. mariner, h. 10 Jay 

" Everett S. driver, h. 798 Main 

" Frank H. brass finisher, b. 582 Put- 
nam ave. 



Haskell Frederick F. lawyer, b. 22 Elm 
" Freeman, engineer, h. 30 Ports- 
mouth 
" Isabella G. h. 40 Cottage 
" Sears, driver, h. 788 Main 
" Susan J. Mrs. grocer, 327 Webster 

ave. h. 325 do. 
" Thomas, h. 5 Brewer 
" William E. trav. salesman, h. 58$ 

Putnam ave. 

" WiJliam H. mariner, h. 7 Kinnaird 

" William P. driver, b. 30 Portsmouth 

Haskins David G. Mrs. h. 1075 Mass. 

ave. 

" David G. Jr. lawyer, 85 Devonshire, 

ran. 7, B. h. 1075 Mass. ave. 
" Frances G. h. 1075 Mass. ave. 
" John, laborer, h. 256 Elm 
" John S. teamster, h. 365 Columbia 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 5 Eaton 
Haslam Thomas A. boiler maker, h. 

202 Charles 
Hassett Simon, gardener, h. 77 Wen- 
dell 
Hastings Adin A. stable foreman, 169 
Gore, h. 471 Cambridge 
" Edward M. teamster, b. 3 Coolidge 

pi. 
" Ellen, h. Coolidge pi. 
" Elvira, at R. P. b. 211 Prospect 

HASTINGS FRANK W. (W. B. 
Hastings & Co.), insurance agent, 

225 Cambridge and 53 State, rin. 

629, B. h. 5 Russell. See page 60 
" George H. printer, 324 Washington, 

B. h. 211 Prospect 
" George T. laborer, h. 22 Austin 
" Herbert F. printer, b. 211 Prospect 
" John M. painter, h. 31 Sixth 
" Lizzie M. Mrs. h. 70 Walker 
" Louis M. city engineer, office, City 

Hall, h. 16 Centre 
" Mary G. widow of Leslie, h. 5 Dana 
" Nellie E. teacher, Board man school, 

b. 31 Sixth 
" SaraJh E. Mrs. clerk, 225 Cambridge, 

h. 31 Sixth 
" W T atson B. Mrs. h. 5 Russell 
" Willard H. clerk, h. 1 Gordon pi. 
" William, piano key maker, b. 61 

Harvard 

HASTINGS W. B. & CO. (Frank 
W. Hastings), insurance, 225 Cam- 
bridge and 53 State, rm. 629, B. 
See page 60 

HASTY J. A. architect, 68 Devon- 
shire, rm.37, B. h. 46 Trowbridge- 
See page 801 
Hasty Pudding Club, 10 to 14 Holyoke 
Hatch Abbie E. widow of Stephen D. 
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Hatch Arthur G. lawyer, b. 57 Dana 

" Benjamin F. (Hatch & Co.), express 
6 Brattle, h. 57 Avon Hill 

" Celenda S. Mrs. h. 45 Bellevue ave. 

" George A. car conductor, b. 1 Saville 

" Hattie M. Mrs. b. 59 Brookline 

" James W. h. 1G0 Pleasant 

" James W. Jr. boots and shoes, b. 
160 Pleasant 

" Juan R. teamster, h. 146 Harvard 

" Leraont P. hatter, 311 Washington, 
B. h. 43 Davenport 

" Stephen S. bookkeeper, B. b. 23 
Fairmont 

'-' Sylvia A. widow of Louis, b. 94 
Franklin 

" William J. painter, h. 185 Harvard 

" & Co. (Benjamin F. Hatch), express 
6 Brattle and 40 Court sq. B. 
Hatfield Adolphus, confectionery, b. 22 
Magazine 

" Amos P. foreman, 19 Western ave. 
h. 51 Magee 

" Isabella M. widow of Charles, h. 234 
Green 

" James O. confectionery, b. 22 Maga- 
zine 

" May, nurse, 860 Mass. ave. rms. do. 

" O. Christie, foreman, 19 Western av. 

b. 234 Green 
Hathaway Charles F. baker, 1906 Mass. 
ave. h. 341 Huron ave. 

" D. Elmer, 1906 Mass. ave. b. 341 Hu- 
ron ave. 

" Maria D. widow of Galen, h. 56 Erie 
Hatt Myra, school teacher, rms. 221 

Norfolk 
Hattenberg Elizabeth M. Mrs. h. 67 

Winthrop 
Hattie Charles W. carpenter, rms. 60 
Austin 

' J. A. carpenter, h. 24 Crescent 
Haughay James, clerk, h. 27 Hunting 
Haughs William, motoranan, h. 23 Ab- 
erdeen ave. 
Hautz Carl, hair dresser, !b. 7 Mt. Au- 
burn 

' Ferdinand, hair dresser, 1112 Mass. 
ave. h. 7 Mt. Auburn 
Haven George F. engineer, h. 21 Essex 

" Millie, widow of Henry P. h. 59 
Brookline 

" Sarah J. widow of Joseph S. h. 116 
Washington 

" William L. clerk, 50 Auburn, h. at 
Roxbury 
Havender Harry, packer, h. 45 Cherry 
Haverty Edward A. musical instru- 
ment maker, b. 91% Inman 

" John C. postal clerk, h. 9iy 2 Inman 

" Thomas, brakeman, h. 34 Gore 



Haverty William F. asst. clerk, C. M. 

T. S. b. 9iy 2 Inman 
Havey James J. collector, h. 125 Sec- 
ond 
" John, laborer, b. 170 Gore 
Haviland Henry W. mngr. B. h. 9" 

Cleveland 
Havlin Florence Mrs. h. 10 South 
Hawes Albert H. clerk, 227 Cambridge, 
h. 21 Fayette 
" Charles E. h. 872 Mass. ave. 
" Charles Sumner, student,b. 10 Rem- 
ington 
" Francis T. salesman, 117 Clinton, 

B. h. 12 Kidder 
" Marianne J. widow of William, h. 

10 Remington 
" see Haughs 
Hawey Alexander, machinist, h. 39 
Regent 
" Samuel Mc, electrician, B. b. end 

Lawn 
" William, tinsmith, h. end Lawn . 
Hawkes Alonzo J. conductor, h. 369 

Western ave. 
" Ellen E. music teacher, 17 War land, 

b. do. 
" George J. b. 6 East 
" Harrison F. sec. and treas. Stand- 
ard Brass Co. 28 Osborn, h. at 
Boston 
" James, h. 6 East 
" John, stone cutter, h. 6 East 
" John J. harness maker, h. 70 Win- 
throp 

HAWKES LEVI, plumber, 623 
Mass. ave. h. 17 War] and. See 
page 60 

" Ward W. plumber, 623 Mass. ave. 

h. at Cliftondale 
Hawkings Charles S. carpenter, h. 275 

Putnam ave. 
Hawkins Albert E. shoe packer, B. h. 

63 Hubbard ave. 
" Alexander P. carpenter, h. 224 

Auburn 
" Anna E. Mrs. h. 90 Cherry 
" Benjamin F. clothing, h. 157 Winsor 
" Edward D. h. 21 Webster ave. 
" Henry, laborer, b. r. 59 Harvard 
" Henry, laborer, h. 38 Kinnard 
'.' James, laborer, b. r. 55 Harvard 
" James E. clothing, b. 157 Winsor 
" Lewis, mason, h. 37 Clark 
" Machine Co. boot and shoe machin- 
ery mnfrs. First, cor. Charles 
" Rebecca, widow of Mingo, h. 37 

Clark 
" Robert, lalborer, b. 37 Clark 
Hawks Joseph Rev. M. E. clergyman, 

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Hawksworth Ella, dressmaker, b. 23 

Incman 
Hawley Frank B. lithographer, River- 
side Press, h. 159 Magazine 
" Theodore, piano key maker, b. 284 
Broadway 
Hafworth Arthur D. Mrs. h. 27 Rice 
Hawthore Ralph, law student, H. U. h. 

10 Trowbridge 
Hawthorne Henry A. elerk, R. P. b. 32 

Putnam ave. 
Hay James J. printer, h. 51 Chestnut 
Hayden Adelbert F. carpenter, Dyke, 
h. 57 Wendell 
" Albion, tailor, h. 4 Trowbridge 
" Alice B. h. 9 Brown 
" Charles, clerk, b. 47 Howard 
" David D. carpenter, h. 47 Howard 
" Edward R. shipper, h. 204 Prospect 
" Eleanor M. h. 9 Brown 
" Ellen M. Mrs. h. 15 Ellery 
" Frank, clerk, B. h. 16 Bowdoin 
" Frank, machinist, b. 679 Main 

HAYDEN FREDERICK, pain- 
ter, 33 Church, bds. 57 Wendell. 
See page 802 

" George W. brass foundry, 100 
Main, h. 95 Pine 

" Henry S. carpenter, h. 7 Hancock 
pi. 

" Herbert E. carpenter, h. 595 Main 

** James F. butter, etc. 3 North Mar- 
ket, B. h. 15 Wendell 

" James W. cashier, 658 Washington, 
B. b. 14 Bowdoin 

*' Hayden James W. cashier, (658 
Washington, B.) b. 14 Bowdoin 

" Joseph O. county treas. office Court 
House, Third, h. at Somerville 

" J. Lewis, clerk, Am. Rub. Co. h. 178 
Columbia 

" Mary O. widow of Robert, h. 21 Mel- 
leu 

" 'Thomas B. dentist, h. 22 Bigelow 

" Willard S. painter, b. 7 Hancock pi. 

" William N. clerk, rms. 16 Market 

HAYDEN ZEBAH, carpenter, 
Dyke, c. De Wolfe, h. 14 Bowdoin. 
See page 793 
" see Hey den 
Hayes Alexander L. patent solicitor, h. 
Mt. Auburn, opp. Elmwood ave. 
' Alice, h. 2 Mercer circle 
" Alvin, h. 20 Garfield 

" Carlos A., N. E. agent, 260 Washing- 
ton, B. h. 138 Elm, N. C. 

' Catherine, widow of Joseph, h. 29 
Athens pi. 

' Catherine, widow of Timothy, h. 
129 Magazine 



Hayes Catherine and Ellen, h. 138 
Hampshire 
" Charles, laborer, h. 133 Fifth 
" Charles A. ex. driver, h. 50 Prince 
M Charles T. printer, B. h. 129 Maga- 
zine 
" Daniel, blacksmith, h. 44 Welbster 

ave. 
" Daniel, mail driver, h. 52 Broadway 
" Daniel J. dep. collector, P. O. bldg. 

B. h. 56 Bolton 
" David H. cook, h. 70 School 
" David M. carriage maker, h. 220 

Banks 
" Dennis, cooper, b. 62 Sixth 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 64 Ninth 
" Dennis J. butter, etc. h. 56 Bolton 
" Edward, laborer, h. 103 Kinnard 
" Edward T. electrician, b. 220 Banks 
" Eliza, widow of Peter, h. 62 Sixth 
" Elizabeth V. widow of William, h. 

24 Ohanning 
" Ella K. h. 2 Mercer circle 
" E. Y. Mrs. h. 2 Mercer circle 
" Frank H. manager, 54 Oliver, B. h. 

46 William 
" George B. h. 152 Putnam ave. 
" Hammond V. electrician, 47 Farns- 

worth, B. b. 24 Channing 
" Harry S. driver, b. 13y 2 Franklin 
" Henrj-, express, 22 Shepard, h. do. 
" Herbert W. iron and steel, 70 Kilby, 

B. h. 2187 Mass. ave. 
" Hugh, teamster, 25 Brattle, b. 4 De- 
Wolfe 
" James, b. 765 Cambridge 
" James, laborer, h. 300 Green 
" James, laborer, h. 16 Lopez 
" James, laborer, h. 4 Eighth 
" James Henry, tel. oper. b. 106 

Spring 
" Jeremiah, furniture finisher, h. 96 

Spring 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 224 Bridge 
" Jeremiah, 
" Jeremialh 
Spring 
" Jeremiah J. cooper, b. 62 Sixth 
" Johanna, widow of John, h. 309 

Elm 
" John, at B. B. Works, b. 157 Port- 
land 
" John, laborer, h. 95 Howard 
" John A. hairdresser, h. 1 Gray pi. 
" John B. trunk maker, h. 138 Hamp- 
shire 
" John E. cigar maker, h. 36 Winter 
" John J. cooper, 169 Gore, h. 186 do. 

" John J. painter, b. 29 Athens pi. 

" John J. teacher elocution, 5 Story, 
rms. do. 



teamster, h. 106 Spring 
F. mill hand, b. 106 



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Hayes John J. wire worker, h. 290 
Vine 
" Jolhn S. at 385 Putnam ave. rms. 

409 do. 
" John T. carpenter, h. 84 Kinnaird 
" John T. cutter, Am. Rubber Co. h. 

200 Elm 
" Mary A. h. 56 Bolton 
44 Michael, at Am. Rubber Co. b. 28 

Bristol 
" Michael, blacksmith, h. 386 Winsor 
" Michael, laborer, h. 16 Hayes 
" Michael F. Mrs. h. r. 203 Franklin 
44 Michael R. wire worker, b. 106 

Spring 
" Nellie M. station agent, West Cam- 
bridge, F. R. R. h. 56 Bolton 
" Oliver W. machinist, h. 482 Putnam 

ave. 
" Patrick, at Am. Rubber Co.. b. 28 

Bristol 
" Patrick, lalborer, b. 10 Broadway 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 570 Cambridge 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 331 Vine 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 254 Franklin 
" Patrick, lalborer, h. 379 Columbia 
" Patrick, teamster, h. 23 Garden ot. 
" Patrick J. driver, hose No 3. h. 92 

Gore 
" Rhoda R. widow of waiter H. h. 18 

Mason 
" Timothy, b. 41 Norris 
" Timothy, teamster, h. 339 Vine 
' Timothy S. engineer, h. 12 Leigh- 
ton ct. 
" William, city laborer, b. 95 Howard 

HAYES WILLIAM A. 2ND- 
counsellor, 605 Sears bldg. B. h- 
Mt. Auburn, opp. Elm wood ave. 
See page 854 
William J. printer, b. 129 Magazine 
" William M. laborer, h. 65 Moore 
Hayley Alice W. asst. assessor's office, 
City Hall, b. 26 Mellen 
" Herman, tutor, H. U. b. 26 Mellen 
Hayman Guy M. salesman, B. b. 45 
Tremont 
' John, laborer, h. 235 River 
4 Johnson, clerk, b. 15 Columbia 
44 Madison B. teamster, h. 45 Tremont 
Hayner Jessie Mrs. h. 268 River 

44 William J. printer, rms. 323 River 
Haynes Artemas Rev. h. 40 Irving 
44 Arthur M. clerk, b. 45 Davenport 
; Edgar, canvasser, b. 69 Columbia 
" Elisha W. h. 45 Davenport 
44 Evelyn, music teacher, 45 Daven- 
port, b. do. 
44 Fred S. bookkeeper, at Som. b. 45 

Davenport 
" George W. flute mnfr. h. 16 Leon- 
ard ave. 



Haynes Henry Rev. h. 6 Ellery 
" Joseph R. pop corn mnfr. 208 

Hampshire h. at Somerville 
44 see Haines 

Hayward Carrie L. Mrs. h. 7 Everett 

HAYWARD CONFECTION- 
ERY CO. (THE), J. A. Hins- 
dale, manager, 741MaiD. See p.820 

44 Florence, widow of Jonas P. h. 7 
Chester 

44 Fred H. grocer, 174 Hampshire., 
rms. 211 do. 

" James W. teas, 19 Broad, B. h. 85 
Brattle 

44 Morris M. lineman, h. 9 Oak 

44 Nathan, student, M. I. T., B. b. 85 
Brattle 

44 Sarah A. widow of George A. h. 18 
Watson 

44 Thomas P. clerk, B. b. 16 Story 

" Walter F. constable, h. 16 Story 

" Wm. E. Mrs. nurse, h.140 Elm, N. C. 

44 William P. h. 140 Elm, N. C. 
Haj^wood Edward, driver, b. 163 Port- 
land 

44 James, barrels, h. 163 Portland 

44 see Hey wood 

Hazard Helen E. teacher, Felton 
school, h. at Randolph 

44 Margaret M. Mrs. rms. 45 Winithrop 

44 Benjamin G. carpenter, h. 71 Wash- 
ing'ton 

" Clinton D. pastor of Zion M. E. 
Church, h. 67 Washington 

HAZEL BENJAMIN C. decora- 
tor and painter, 816 Main, house 
71 Washington. See page 803 
Hazelwood George F. action maker 
113 Broadway, b. 210 Columbia 
" Mary E, h. 210 Columbia 
Hazen Arthur, teamster, h. 181 Charles 
44 Charles R. h. 61 Oxford 

HAZEN DANIEL M. confec- 
tionery mnfr. 108 to 114 Elm, re- 
tail store, 1342 Mass. ave. h. 96 
Prospect. See page 820 
44 E. Roscoe, C. M. T. S. student, b. 61 

Oxford 
44 Fanny T. Mrs. h. 61 Oxford 
" Frank P. at 110 Elm, h. 36 Lee 
44 George E. at 110 Elm, h. 5 Ells- 
worth ave. 
44 James W. manager N. Y. Biscuit 
Co. 27 Franklin and 40 Green, 
and treas. Cambridge Baking Co. 
438 Mass. ave. h. at Boston 
Hazlett James W. expressman, b. 3 
Camden pi. 
44 Jolhn, typesetter, h. 176 Pleasant 
" Joseph, watchman, City Hall, and 
express, 8 Camden pi. h. do. 



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Hazlett Robert J. tube maker, h. 172 
Harvard 
" Thomas H. tube maker, Somerville, 

h. 1 Willis ct. 
" William H. driver, 8 Camden pi. b. 

do. 
" see Hezlett 
H^ad William J. clerk, 485 Mass. ave. 

h. 11 Sterling 1 terrace 
Heade John, clerk, 2 Clay, b. 85 

Rindge ave. 
Heafey Ann, widow of John, b. 22 

Cowperthwaite 
Heald Adeline E. widow- of Timothy, 
h. 54 Oxford 
" Charles, at gas house, h. 101 Lin- 
coln 
" Charles T. clerk, B. h. 101 Lincoln 
" Edward, laborer, b. 79 Hastings 
" Eliza J. widow of Frank, b. 5 

Rockwell 
" Fred E. milkman, h. 94 Thorndike 
" Gilbert A. cabinet maker, h. 84 
Cherry 
Healey Annie M. widow of Michael J. 
"h. 37 Essex 
" Catherine, widow, h. 23 Mill 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 3 Porter 
" Edward, laborer, b. 1 Hampshire pi. 
" Ellen, widow of John, h. 9 Jeffer- 
son 
" Ellen J. confectionery, 73 Pleasant, 

b. 1318 Camibridg-e 
" James, laborer, h. r. 15 Seventh 
" John, h. 1 Hampshire pi. 
" John, laborer, b. 23 Mill 
" John H. iron moulder, h. 78 Otis 
" Julia C. dressmaker, b. 45 Crescent 
" Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 45 Cres- 
cent 
" Mary C. dressmaker, 45 Crescent, h. 

do. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 3 Porter 
" Samuel, h. 28 Fairfield 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 52 Porter 
" Thomas J. car repairer, h. 99 

Howard 
" Timothy, boiler maker, b. 9 Jeffer- 
son 
" William, laborer, h. 849 Cambridge 
" William, lalborer, b. 52 Porter 
Heaney Christopher, laborer, b. 5 Suf- 
folk 
' James, teamster, b. 25 Willard 
" Mary J. widow of Michael J. h. 5 

Suffolk 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 332 Green 

Heanue John, mason, h. 185 Elm 
' John Jos. piano action maker, b. 
185 Elm 

" Martin A. tool maker, b. 185 Elm 



Heanue Peter Jas. b. 185 Elm 

Heaps John, electrician, h. r. 63 

Spring 
Hearsey John A. tin stamper, b. 120 
Columbia 
" Walter H. cashier, 27 Franklin, b. 

120 Columbia 
" William E. foreman, h. 120 Colum- 
bia 
" see Hersey 
Heartz Robert H. supt. 5 Winter, B. h. 
250 Norfolk 
" Walter H. clerk, b. 250 Norfolk 
Heath Alice, at Baptist Home, h. 308 

Brookline 
" Edward W. hairdresser, 1400 Mass. 
ave. rms. 50 Winthrop 
Heather Kempton, motorman, b. 84 

Pearl 
" Sarah Mrs. boarding house, 284 

Broadway, house do. 
" T. Henry, student, b. 284 Broadway 

H EATON J. ARTHUR, coal 
and wood, foot of Boylston, house 

at Longwood. See page 822 
Heazle Frank, collector, h. 440 Mass. 

ave. 
HeSbard Albert K. piano inspector, h. 

147 Harvard 
" Clinton S. student, H. U. b. 147 

Harvard 
Hebb Solomon, millwright, b. 202 

Harvard 
Hedberg Axel, cabinet maker, h. 22 

Washington 
Hederstedt Arvi'd E. motorman, and 

millinery, 1226 Cambridge, b. 10 

Essex 
Hedin Anna C. boarding house, 28 

Second 
" Antone, cabinet maker, h. r. 62 

Thorndike 

HEDIN JOHN A. furniture, 614, 
616 and 618 Cambridge, house at 
Beachmont. See p. 825 
Hedland Charles, cook, rms. 718 Cam- 
bridge 
" Maurice, cook, rms. 718 Cambridge 
Hedman Lars, carpenter, h. 357 Main 
Heeney Edward M. steam fitter, h. 113 
Pleasant 

" John F. laborer, b. 113 Pleasant 

" Peter J. cigar maker, h. 113 Pleas- 
ant 

Hefferan Louisa, widow of JeremiaJh, 

h. 10 Foster pi. 
Heffernan Ambrose C. cashier, Nat. 

Ex. Co. B. b. 45 Mt. Pleasant 
" David, whol. liquors, 205 State, B. 

h. 328 Prospect 



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Heffernan Francis J. express, B. b. 45 
Mt. Pleasant 
" George, teamster, b. 1043 Cam- 
bridge 
" Henry, clerk, h. 323 Webster ave. 
" James A. salesman, h. 81 Highland 

ave. 
" James F. h. 45 Mt. Pleasant 
" James G. farmer, b. 121 Webster av. 
■" John A. painter, b. 45 Mt. Pleasant 
" Joseph A. car conductor, h. 1043 

Cambridge 
" Joseph J. laborer, h. r. 6 Cowper- 

thwaite 
" Michael J. peddler, h. 325 Web- 
ster ave. 
" William, glass blower, h. 6 Story 
" William, teamster, b. 1043 Cam- 
bridge 
Hefrher Charles, laborer, b. 34 River 
" John, hostler, b. 34 River 
" Kate E. dressmaker, 34 River, h. do. 
" Pearl A. dressmaker, 34 River, h. 

do. 
" William H. blacksmith, b. 34 River 
Hegarty Jeremiah, h. 31 Warren 
" see Hagerty 
Heiderman Isaac, car conductor, h. 3 

Carlisle 
Heileman Charles H. bookkeeper, h. 
183 River 
" William P. clerk, 507 Mass. ave. h. 
183 River 
Heilge John M. driver, h. 74 Washing- 
ton 
Heim Joseph, foreman, 438 Mass. ave. 

h. 90 Washington 
Heiser Charles, carver, h. 9 Seventh 
Hellbach William E. lithographer, h. 

590 Putnam ave. 
Hellen Elizaibetlh, widow of Robert, h. 
27y 2 Gore 
" John J. trimmer, 201 Bridge, h. 
27% Gore 
Hellman Adolph E. painter, h. 26 
Ninth 
" Charles W. N. clerk, b. 190 Thorn- 
dike 
Thomas L. umbrella maker, h. 190 
Thorndike 
Hellyer Hannah, widow of John, h. 
471 Winsor 
" William, laborer, h. 117 Pine 
Helmquist Oscar, laJborer, b. 715 Main 
Helstrom August, laborer, h. 133 Gar- 
den 

Hemphill J. Henry, clerk, John Rear- 
don & Sons, h. at Medford 

He nay Catherine, widow of William S. 
h. 12 Sumner 

" Francis A. teacher, b. 12 Sumner 



Hemay Laura R. h. 12 Sumner 
" Stephen G. artist, b. 12 Sumner 
" William H. fresco decorator, b. 12 

Sumner ' 

" see Haney 
Henchman Nathaniel H. sec. N. E. 
Trust Co. 85 Devonshire, B. h. 
8 Frisbie pi. 
Henchy Rufus J. foreman, 530 Main, 

h. at Boston 
Henderson Alexander C. painter, b. 162 
Hampshire 
" Annie, widow of Alexander P. h. 

69 River 
" Archie, laborer, b. 18 Pioneer ave. 
" Arthur R. supt. P. O., B. b. 207 All- 

ston 
" Bros. (John J. and Robert, Jr.), 
carriage mnfrs. 2067 to 2099 
Mass. ave. 
" Charles W. junk, Waverly, cor. Erie, 

h. 238 Pearl 
" Charles W. Jr. clerk, 69 Purchase, 

B. h. 183 Chestnut 
" Edward, laborer, b. 35 Clark 
" Elizabeth, widow of William, h. 217 

A Us ton 
" Francis R. supt. 2067 Mass. ave. b. 

2131 do. 
" Fred A. bookbinder, h. 217 Allston 
" Fred C. salesman, 2067 Mass. ave. 

h. 48 Russell 
" George R. carriage mnfr. 2219-2231 

Mass. ave. h. 10 Day 
" George W. mason, h. 1 Grotto pi. 
" Harry A. clerk, b. 238 Pearl 
" Hezekiah, clerk, 79 State, B. h. 101 

Richdale ave. 
" Irving H. plumber, b. 1 Grotto pi. 
" James, laborer, h. 53 Reed 
" James A. & Son (Mrs. Sarah A. and 
Wilbert S. Henderson), carriage 
mnfrs. 2443 Mass. ave. 
" John, cabinet maker, h. 38 Berk- 
shire 
" John, carver, h. 5 Union 
" John, draughtsman, b. 56 Second 
" John, salesman, h. 162 Hampshire 
" John Jr. wood carver, h. 5 Union 
" John H. carriage painter, h. Ill 

Spring 
" John J. (Henderson Bros.), car- 
riages, 2067 Mass. ave. h. 7 Ches- 
ter 
" John T. teamster, 2004 Mass. ave. 

h. 51 Reed 
" Joseph, laborer, b. 53 Reed 
" Mary widow of Philip, h. 110 Clark 
" Robert Jr. (Henderson Bros.), car- 
riages, 2067 Mass. ave. h. 2131 do. 



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279 



Henderson Sarah A. wid. of James A. 

(James A. Henderson & Son) h. 

2439 'Mass. ave. 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 162 Hampshire 

" Wilbert S. (James A. Henderson & 

Son), 2443 Mass. ave. b. 2439 do. 

" William, h. 247 Pearl 

" William, salesman, B. b. 15 Tremont 

" William F. furniture, 2004 Mass. 

ave. h. 74 Rice 
" William J. tailor, h. 162 Hampshire 
Hendrickson Charles, poli slier, 162 
Broadway, h. 30 Union 
" Deziah, widow of John H. h. 223 
Winsor 
Hendry Sarah Mrs. grocer, 1 Jeffer- 
son, h. 29 Warren 
" William, clerk, B. b. 109 Magazine 
Henley John, laborer, h. 15 Beaver 
Hennan George E. letter carrier, 23 
Brattle, h. 137 Mt. Auburn 
" William T. salesman, at Clinton, 
h. 9 Mifflin pi. 
Henneberry Henry J. harness cleaner, 

h. 17 Bay 
Hennessey Andrew J. motorman, b. 
27 Norris 
" Bridget, widow of James, li. 26 

Hastings 
" Catherine, widow of Dennis, h. 2 

Lechmere pi. 
" Edward, machinist, b. 69 Spring" 
" Frank M. clerk, h. 23 Bristol 
" George, tinsmith, b. 236 Elm 
' George H. buffer, h. 32 Andrew 
" James, compositor, h. 65 Magazine 
" James E. wire worker, ih. 2 Lech- 
mere pi. 
" James H. Jr. confectioner, b. 26 

Hastings 
" James J. waiter, h. 783 Cambridge 
' James T. letter carrier, 28 Brattle, 

b. 48 Holyoke 
" James W. laborer, h. 200 Sherman 
" John, carriage painter, h. 1 Sterling- 
terrace 
' John, hostler, h. 69 Spring 
" Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 48 Hol- 
yoke 
' Michael, provisions, h. 1195 Cam- 
bridge 
' Nellie E. dressmaker, 200 Sherman, 

h. do. 
" Patrick, baker, h. 713 Cambridge 
" Robert W. plumber, h. 248 Putnam 

ave. 
" Sarah A. widow of Michael F. h. 23 

Bristol 
" Thomas, painter, rms. 56 Columbia 
William, laborer, h. 44 Spring 



Hennessey William J. at Am. Rub. Co. 

b. 23 Bristol 
Hennessy Edward, machinist, b. 69 

Spring 
Henney Frank, carpenter, b. 16 Blake 
Hennig Albert E. draughtsman, rms. 
102 Austin 
" Gus, pump maker, b. 81 Hampshire 
Henry Georg-e, stevedore, E. B. h. r. 43 
Jackson 
>4 George A. engineer, Am. Rub. Co. 

h. 15 Austin 
" Innes (Graves & Henry), printer, 

23 Church, rms. 351 Harvard 
" James, laborer, h. 6 Bell 
" John, h. 96 Austin 
" John F. waiter, h. 24 Essex 
" Lee, laundry, 1392 Cambridge, h.do. 
" Joseph R. clerk, h. 4 Kinnaird 
" Margaret A. widow of James, b. 25 

Cedar 
" Mary, at Baptist Home, b. 308 

Brookline 
" Thomas P. wood carver, h. 135 

Winsor 
" William G. real estate, h. 167 Maga- 
zine 
Henshaw George B. physician, 2 Mt. 
Auburn, h. do. 
" John Andrew, h. 23 Craigie 
" John O. 125 Milk, B. h. 14 Craig'ie 
" Samuel, sec Boston Society of N. 
H., B. h. 3 Mercer circle 
Henue Stephen, peddler, h. 4 Bell 
Heom Lang, laundrv, 1279 Cambridge, 

h. do. 
Heppingstall Richmond, night watch- 
man, b. 315 Columbia 
Herb Jeremiaih M. waiter, h. 33 How- 
ard 
Herbert Harry, painter, 187 Green, b. 
26 Fairmont ave. 
" John N. at ^m. Rub. Co. h. 954 

Cambridge 
" William R. jewelry, 1193 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Somerville 
Herbst Charles W. provisions, 147 
Pleasant, h. 345 Brookline 

HERFURTH PAUL, general 
music store, 497 Mass. ave. house 
577 Putnam ave. See p. 846 
Hering Henry, Woven Hose Co. h. 90 
Norfolk 
" see "Herring- 
Herlihy James, city laborer, h. 155 
Amory 
" Jeremiah, teamster, J. Cushing & 

Co. !h. 6 Reed 
" John, granite cutter, b. 204 Pros- 
pect 
" John A. i^ress feeder, b. 155 Amory 



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Herlihy John E. electrician, b. 167 
Winsor 
' John W. teamster, 6 Healey, h. do. 
" Joseph, inillman, b. 204 Prospect 
" Mary T. at Night Glow Lamp Co. 

h. 155 Amory 
" Michael, laborer, b. 12 Parnell 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 20 Lambert 
" Thomas, varnisher, h. 670 Cam- 
bridge 
" see Hurley 
Herman Harry, shoemaker, 3 Brattle 

sq. b. at Boston 
Herminutz Bertha, h. 87y 2 Sixth 

" Caroline A. h. 87% Sixth 
Herndon Manson, laborer, h. 192 

Broadway 
Herney Michael, teamster, rms. 13 

Webster ave. 
Heron Henry, optician, B. h. 79 Tre- 
mont 

HERON WILLIAM J. plasterer, 
632 Mass. ave. h. 7 Jay. See p. 808 
" William J. Jr. plasterer, b. 7 Jay 
Herrick George, laborer, b. 83 Winter 
" John, at F. R. R. repair shop, b. 83 

Winter 
" Kate, h. 83 Winter 
Herring Edward A. C. clerk, 1853 Mass. 
h. 13 Meacham 
" E. A. C. Mrs. dressmaker, 13 

Meacham, h. do. 
" James C. receiving officer, House of 

Correction, h. 6 Oak 
" Menzies F. at Boston Journal office, 

h* 14 Cottage 
" Thomas, peddler, h. 30 Gore 
" see Hering 

HERSEY IRA O. carpenter and 
builder, 113 Broadway, house at 
Hingham. See page 793 
" Richard €. machinist, B. h. 161 

Hamilton 
" Walter W. mackintosh cutter, h. 

265 Putnam ave. 
" Willace H. laborer, h. 33 Cogswell 
ave. 
Hersum Arthur L. plumlber, 27 Prov- 
ince ct. B. b. 169 Western ave. 
■ " Charles S. (J. R. & C. S. Hersum), 
furniture mover, 636 Mass. ave. 
h. 169 Western ave. 
" James R. (J. R. & C. S. Hersum), 
furniture mover, 636 Mass. ave. 
h. 169 Western ave. 

HERSUM J. R. & C. S.(Jame* 
R. and Charles S Hersum), fur- 
niture movers, 636 Mass. ave. and 
169 Western ave. See p. 832 
" Linwood, plumber, B. b. 169 West- 
ern ave. 



Hersum Reuben W. carpenter, rms. r. 
7 Essex 
" Ta'ber, student, b. 169 Western ave. 
Hertach John G. Jr. action maker, b. 
4 Mullens ct. 
" John S. piano maker, b. 334 Vine 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 4 Mullens 

ct, 
" Samuel, laborer, R. S. R. h. 334 
Vine 
Herzog Herman H. bookkeeper, B. b. 

9 Franklin 
Heslin Peter, heater, h. 2 Harvard pL 
Hess Alfred, bottler, h. 263 Vine 
" Hiram, h. 25 Union 
" John, express driver, h. 263 Vine 
Hesseltine Edward A. salesman, B. b. 
4 Potter park 
" Ernest, clerk, B. b. 4 Potter park 
" John E. Custom House, B. h. 4 

Potter park 
" John E. Jr. clerk, B. b. 4 Potter 
park 
Heuston James A. teamster, 694 Mass. 

ave. h. 25 Jay 
Heutis Edward, clerk, b. 8 State 
Hewes Andrew J. blacksmith, h. 64 
Washington 
" Eleanor B. Mrs. h. 11 Mason 
" James T. salesman, B. b. 11 Mason 
Hewitt Archibald, machinist, h. 62 

Pleasant 
" Augustus Clifford, printer, b. 158 

Pleasant 
" Francis, h. 757 Cambridge 
" Frank H. office, H. C. h. 101 Thorn- 
dike 
" Fred E. teamster, b. 101 Thorndike 
" iHenry, car finisiher, h. 158 Pleasant 
" James, carriage maker, h. 81 Pem- 

berton 
" James H. machinist, b. 81 Pember- 

ton 
" Lewis J. printer, 20 Central sq. h. 

40 Prince 
" William, student, b. 67 Magazine 
" William E. blacksm'h, b. 101 Thorn- 
dike 
Hewlett Frances L. widow of Albert, 

h. 20 Erie 
Hews Albert H. (A. H. Hews & Co.), 
99 Crescent ave. h. at Weston 
" Augustus H. h. 291 Broadway 

HEWS A. H. & CO. ( Albert H. 
Hews), earthern ware mnfrs. and 
antique pottery, 99 Crescent ave. 
See page 812 
" Ellen M. h. 291 Broadway 
" E. B. Mrs. h. 11 Mason 
" Mary, widow of Philip, h. 17 Oak 
Hewson Charles A. lig'ht trimmer, h. 
39 Magee 



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Heycroft Edward, b. 146 Mt. Auburn 

" Joseph B. Mrs. h. 146 Mt. Auburn 
Heyden Henry, painter, h. 286 Winsor 

" see Hay den 
Heyn Frederick A. sausage maker, h. 
r. 177 Spring 

" George, coppersmith, b. r. 177 
Spring 
Hey wood Maria L. h. 149 Austin 

" Psyche C. h. 63 Dana 

" Wallace E. engineer, B. & A. R. R. 
h. 337 Pearl 

" see Haywood 
Hezlitt Alexander R. bookkeeper, 
R. P. b. 42 % Kinnaird 

" Andrew J. driver, h. 44 Kinnaird 

" Edgar L. blacksmith, b. 14 Hews 

" George M. h. 42% Kinnaird 

" John A. police, station 2, h. 9 How- 
ard 

" Robert, stone cutter, h.14 Hews 

" Robert C. driver, b. 14 Hews 

" William H. salesman, h. 44% Kin- 
naird 

" see Hazlett 
Hibbard A. Dennison (A. D. Hibbard & 
Co.), coal, etc. 45 Green, h. 20 
Blanche 

" A. D. &, Co. (A. Dennison and Far- 
num Hibbard), coal, 45 Green 

" Farnum (A. D. Hibbard & Co.), 
coal, etc. 45 Green, h. 22 Blanche 

" Hannah, widow of Farnum, h. 12 
Douglass 

" Lillian S. dressmaker, b. 12 Doug- 
lass 
Hibbs Frank S. Shipping clerk, h. 

Moxon bldg. Green 
Hichborn Hermon G. dentist, 184 Boyl- 

ston, B. h. 24 Mt. Vernon 
Hiekey Annie, widow of Jeremiah, h. 
96 Gore 

" Catherine, widow 7 of William, h. 44 
Ninth 

" Daniel, stone cutter, h. 34 Ninth 

" Daniel F. letter carrier, 28 Brattle, 
rms. 21 South 

" Ellen Mrs. boarding house, 536 
Cambridge, h. do. 

" Emily F. Mrs. h. 96 Prescott 
' James F. cabinet maker, h. 28 Re- 
gent 
Hiekey John, cabinet maker, h. 66 Ply- 
mouth 

" John E. clerk, 647 Mass. ave. h. at 
Boston 

" John F. clerk, 265 Pearl, b. 267 
Brookline 

" John P. (E. A. Blacklock & Co.), 
State, h. 101 y 2 Inman 

" Julia, widow of Thomas E. h. 44 
Ninth 



Hiekey Michael, cabinet maker, h. 1734 
Cambridge 

" Michael J. stone cutter, h. 41 
Rindge ave. 

" Patrick, laborer, h. Bent, n. Sixth 

•" Patrick H. electrotype finisher, b. 
24 Fairmont 

" Thomas, at 169 Gore, h. 19 Seventh 

" Thomas L. wood carver, h. 45 Mag- 
azine 

" William, laborer, h. 148 Fifth 
Hickman George E. bookkeeper, B. h. 

275 Putnam ave. 
Hicks Albert F. roofer, b. 78% Pleas- 
ant 

" Alfred W. bicycle repairer, 4 Brat- 
tle sq. b. 78% Pleasant 

" Alonzo N. builder, h. 65 Hammond 

" Edward, hackman, h. 230 Brookline 

" Frederick, salesman, b. 38 Second 

*• Herbert I. confectionery, h. 290* 
Prospect 

" James, city missionary, B. h. 32 
Jay 

" John, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 9 Seckle 

" John G. clerk, 566 Mass. ave. h. 5 
Cottage 

" Joseph J. cook, 2 Washington, h. at 
Boston 

" Lizzie, widow of Thomas J. h. 78%, 
Pleasant 

" Ralph B. C. student, H. U. b. 65 
Hammond 

" Samuel W. laborer, h. 2 Inman pi. 

" Thomas J. rubber worker, b. 78% 
Pleasant 

" Thomas J. teamster, b. 182 Harvard 

" William C. h. 144 Magazine 
Hidden William H. investments, 35 
Congress, B. h. 259 Harvard 
• William H. actuary, U. S. Trust Co. 
B. b. 259 Harvard 
Hiens William F. (Hiens & Magnu- 
son), rms. 19 Sands 

" & Magnuson (Wm. F. Hiens and 
John G. Magnuson), grocers, 343 
Western ave. 
Higgens John, dry goods, 1295 Cam- 
bridge, h. 38 Linwood 

•' William, clerk, 1295 Cambridge, h. 
38 Linwood 

Higgins Andrew 7 M. carpenter, 196. 
Broadway, h. 5 Amory pi. 

" Atkins, pattern maker, S. B. h. 70 
Vassal lane 

" Augustus E. salesman, 22 F. H. 
market, B. h. 2 Hadley 

"Benjamin F. police, station 2, h. 9$. 
Columbia 

" Charles A. mason, h. 224 Elm 



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Hig-g'injs 'Charles H. teamster, rms. 52 
Boylston 

'" Charles L. salesman, b. 5 Amory pi. 

" Daniel, engineer, B. h. 4 Murray 

•' Daniel, laborer, h. 36 Gore 

' Ellen, widow of John, h. 10 Erie 

"*' Emma E. sewing* machine teacher, 
b. 10 Erie 

*' Everett C. wood moulder, h. 170 
Webster ave. 

"' E. Sidney, motorman, b. 96 Colum- 
bia 

"*' Fannie E. Mrs. principal, Stearns 
primary school, h. 66 Pearl 

'*' Frances E. widow of John C. h. 3 
Saginaw ave. 

*' Frank H. photographer, b. 19 Wal- 
den 

'*' Frank L. student, b. 373 Columbia 

•' Frank S. bookkeeper, 702 Mass. av. 
h. 125 Austin 

" Fred. A. chemist, b. 373 Columbia 

" Fred. W. student, b. 174 Hamilton 

"' George C. piano maker, b. 118 
Hampshire 

'' George W. carpenter, h. 118 Hamp- 
shire 

"' Jabez B. janitor, Shepard school, h. 
2 Hadley 

" James J. carpenter, h. 17 Hayes 

'"' John, cabinet maker, h. 136 Hamp- 
shire 

" John, laborer, b. 5 Beaver 

•* John H. clerk, 442 Mass. ave. h. 160 
Allston 

■" John H. phys'n, 99 Norfolk, h. do. 

"*• John H. upholsterer, 20 Pearl, h. 
18% Suffolk 

*' John W. dental student, B. b. 8 
Saginaw ave. 

"" Margaret, widow of Martin, b. 52 
Mt. Auburn 

" Mary F. Mrs. h. 29 Portsmouth 

" Michael, double seamer, Third, cor. 
Potter, b. 48 Broadway 

'" Morton C. piano maker, h. 118 

Hampshire 
' Nathan, lab'r, b. Lechmere House 

" Orlando P. printer, B. h. 248 Brook- 
line 

" Patrick, h. 29 Kinnaird 

" Eichard F. butter, etc. h. 9 Essex 

" Samuel, b. 748 Cambridge 

HIGGINS SUMNER C. heating 
and ventilating, 702 to 708 Mass. 
ave. h. 174 Hamilton. See p. 804 
" Thomas C. laborer, b. 10 Erie 
" William, drug clerk, B. h. 102 Au- 
burn 
*' William, painter, h. 1 Loughrey av. 
"' William G. driver, h. 110 Antrim 



Higgins William H. carpenter, 19 Wal- 
den, h. do. 
" William P. stair builder, h. 373 Co- 
lumbia 

Higginson Thomas Wentworth, author, 
h. 25 Buckingham 

Higley Charles W. supt. B. B. W. b. 
189 Columbia 

Hildreth Alfred H. student, H. U. b. 

14 Garden 

" Allen B. M. h. 45 Putnam ave. 
" Edwin A. machinery mnfr. at Har- 
vard, h. 6 Linnaean 
" Horace E. student, H. U. b. 6 Lin- 
naean 
" John L. physician, 14 Garden, h. do. 
" John L. Jr. student, B. b. 14 Garden 
" Stanley B. machinery mnfr. at 
Harvard, h. 29 Mt. Vernon 
Hildrith Henry W. clerk, B. b. 3 White 
Hill Abbie L. widow of Frederic K. h. 

15 Ellery 

" Albert, carpenter, h. 18 Antrim 

" Albert E. salesman, 27 Bedford, B. 

h. 133 Pearl 
" Alexander, engineer, h. 37 Wash- 
ington 
" Annie Mrs. seamst'ss, h. 227 Broad- 
way 
" Bernard, cabinet maker, h. 105 

Fourth 
" Bridget, widow of Timothy, h. 20 

Bradbury 
" Caroline Mrs. h. 133 Banks 
" Charles E. salesman, b. 19 Cottage 
" Charles F. printer, h. 98 Hammond 
" Charles T. elevator man, h. 23 

Acorn 
" Charles T. jobber, h. 123 Banks 
" Clarence, artist, h. 1 Sterling pi. 
" David F. laborer, b. 20 Bradbury 
" David J. pressman, IT. P. h. 42 Sac- 
ramento 
" D. Herbert, cashier, F. E. E. h. 374 

Beacon 
" Eliakim W. interior finish, First, 

cor. Thorndike, h. 7 Gardner 
" Ellen, widow of Henry, b. 266 West- 
ern ave. 
" Frank A. sec. Board of Education, 

State House, B. h. 366 Harvard 
" Frank N. conductor, h. 26 Watson 
" Fred, piano action maker, b. 132 

Pearl 
" Frederick L. wood worker, h. 35 
Brookline 

HILL F. STANHOPE, prop. 
Cambridge Tribune. 26a Brattle, 
h. 21 Buckingham. See p. 861 
" George A. hostler, 12 Bay, b. at 
Somerville 



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Hill George A. tutor, rms. 10 Hilton's 

blk. 
" George H. machinist, h. 33 Inman 
" Gilbert, laborer, b. Ill Hastings 
" Hannah A. widow of William A. h. 

132 Pearl 
" Harry E. clerk, h. 48 Grant 
" Henry B. prof, chemistry, H. U. b. 

22 Prescott 
" Henry L. b. 36 Ash 
k ' Henry W. piano action maker, b. 

132 Pearl 
" Herbert, foundryman, h. 58 Sixth 
" Herman W. carpenter, h. 10 King 

pi. 
" James, teamster, h. 138 Gore 

HILL JAMES D. lawyer, 1400 
Mass. ave. h. 29 Putuam ave. See 
page 856 

" James E. laborer, h. 15 Lawrence 

" James F. pressman, U. P. b. 33 Ash 

" James H. tailor, b. 6 Trowbridge 

" James J. provisions, 2060 Mass. ave. 
h. 2058 do. 

" James L. carriage trimmer, h. 10 
Summer 

" John Henry, sawyer, h. 5 Hamp- 
shire pi. 

" John J. bookkeeper, B. b. 42 Sacra- 
mento 

" John J. sausage maker, b. 153 Wil- 
low 

" John W. draughtsman, 2 Central sq. 
h. 201 Hamilton 

" J. Foster, tutor, H. U. b. 12 Quincy 

" J. Frederick, 25 F. H. market, B. h. 
3 Forest 

" Lewis D. asst. in physics, H. U. b. 
366 Harvard 

" Lizzie H. h. 7 Gardner 

" Lydia C. widow of John C. h. 48 
Bellevue ave. 

" Mary F. Mrs. h. 17 Story 

" Robert, stone planer, b. 201 Hamil- 
ton 

" Thomas, clerk, b. 201 Hamilton 

" William, brush finisher, b. 280 Win- 

sor 
; William, brush maker, rms. 67 Bris- 
tol 

" William, laborer, h. 8 Foster 

William H. special police, h. Kil- 
daire, near Garden 

Hillas Frank L. iron worker, b. 68 y 2 
Hampshire 

1 William, roll turner, h. 63% Hamp- 
shire 

" William H. h. 18 Union 
Hillery John L. upholsterer, b. 131 
Portland 



Hillery Joseph D. steam fitter, b. 131 
Portland 

" Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 15 Will- 
ard 

" Mary F. widow of John, h. 131 Port- 
land 

" Michael F. janitor, h. 58 Eustis 

" Thomas A. at Agassiz Museum, b. 
15 Willard 
Hillier Isaac T. mason, b. 88 Elm 

" James N. clerk, b. 88 Elm 

" Margaret A. Mrs. dressmaker, 88 
Elm, h. do. 

" William, mason, 88 Elm, h. do. 

" William H. mason, h. 220 Harvard 
Hilliker John, h. 145 Green 
Hillis David, teamster, h. 41 Banks 

" John, car conductor, h. 59 Plymp- 
ton 
Hills Edward B. b. 27 Everett, suite 4 

" Josephine, teacher, Webster school, 
b. 28 William 

" Sarah J. widow of Henrjr S. h. 143 
Otis 

" William B. Dr. prof, of chemistry. 
H. U. h. 27 Everett, No 4 
Hilton Amos (Hilton & Jeffery), stair 
builder, 17 River, h. 81 Green 

" F. Herman, provisions, 6 Quincy 
market, B. b. 9 Mellen 

" James B. clerk, 184 Broadway, b. 14 
Beech 

" James Madison, butter, 40 So. Mar- 
ket, B. h. 9 Mellen 

" James Manter, real estate, 3 Lin- 
den, h. 47 Oxford 

" John P. clerk, B. b. 9 Mellen 

" Joseph F. provision, 5 and 7 F. H. 
market, B. h. 15 Highland ave. 

" Louis, carpenter, b. 55 Hubbard 
ave. 

" Lucius W. Custom House, B. h. 14 
Beech 

" Thomas B. hairdresser, 249 Broad- 
way, h. 18 Sidney 

" & Jeffery (Amos Hilton and Stephen 
E. Jeffery), stairlbuilders, 17 
River 
Hiltz Alex S. blacksmith, 386 Colum- 
bia, h. at Somerville 

" Joseph C. cooper, h. 5 Blackstone 
Himeon Edward C. bicycles, 594 Mass. 
ave. h. 77 Austin 

" Miner W. carpenter, h. 35 Norfolk 
Hinchcliffe Jennie R. h. 275 Broadway 

" Joseph, cabinet maker, h. 380 Green 
Hinckley Louise H. teacher, B. h. 4y 2 
Centre 

" William, printer, h. 73 Tremont 

" see Hinkley 
Hinds Bejamin S. apprentice, h. 207 
'Charles 



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Hinds Hiram K. h. 90 Elm 
" Isabella G. nurse, Cambridge Hos- 
pital, b. 207 Charles 
" John H. core maker, h. 338 Vine 
" Joseph, at 169 Gore, h. 481 Cam- 
bridge 
" Mary, widow of Benjamin, h. 207 

Charles 
" Michael, laborer, h. 3 Gushing ave. 
" Thos. S. apprentice, b. 207 Charles 
" William A. laborer, b. 14 Seventh 
st. ct. 
Hines Edward B. clerk, b. 12 Day 
" John, soap maker, b. 572 Cambridge 
" John, wire worker, b. 29 Lopez 
" Michael, soap maker, h. 572 Cam- 
bridge 
'.' Richard B. salesman, 36 Chauncy, 
B. h. 12 Day 
Hinesford Elizabeth, widow of James, 

h. 175 River 
Hing Lee, laundry, 273 Columbia, h. 

do. 
Hinklev Eugene B. pres. Neptune F. 
& M. Ins. Co. 85 Water, B. h. 6 
Riedesel ave. 
" Holmes Mrs. h. 1 Berkeley pi. 
Hinman Elmira S. widow of Joseph, h. 

48 Magazine 
Hinsdale John A. manager, 741 Main, 

h. 7 Forest 
Hinton Tiny, widow of Charles, h. 3 

Gray pi. 
Hipkins Mary J. widow of John A. h. 

334 Columbia 
Hippler Andreas, ibasket maker, h. r. 
97 Sixth 
" William H. wood carver, h. 184 
Thorndike 
Hirl John, teamster, 622 Mass. ave. 
Hirschlberg Paul, florist, 'h. 40 School 
Hiscock Edward S. b. 4 Sycamore 
" Simon D. police, station 5, h. 4 
Sycamore 
Hitchcock Caroline H. Mrs. b. 387 Har- 
vard 
" Frederick G. express driver, 626 

Mass. ave. h. 52 Magee 
" Henry C. painter, h. 259 Norfolk 
" see Hiscock 

Hite Lewis G. prof, of theology, 48 

Quincy, h. 1 Avon pi. 
Hittinger George F. shoemaker, b. 12 

Tufts 

HITTINGER THOMAS S. supt. 
F. P. I. Co. office 321 Washington. 
Somerville,h.at Townsend Harbor, 
Mass. See page 3 
Hixon Charles F. provisions, S Nor- 
folk, h. 15a Howard 



Hixon Edward, salesman, h. 15 Mag- 
azine 

" George E. h. 52 Magiazine 

" Josephine Mrs. boarding house, 15 
Magazine 

" Robert T. police, station 1, h. 633 
Huron ave. 
Hjertstrom Amelia L. millinery, 1226 
Cambridge, b. 10 Essex 

" Caroline, widow of Carl, h. 10 Essex 
Hjorth Frederick (Hjorth & Jacobsen), 
786 Main, and bakery, 91 Elm, h. 
440 Mass. ave. 

" F. Jacobsen (Frederick Hjorth and 
Ingwal Jacobsen) bakers, 786 
Main 

" Peter, carpenter, h. 16 Fifth 
Hoag Ida Mrs. h. 4 Hotel Grotto 

" Jonathan (J. Hoag & Co.), h. 287 
Broadway 

" Joseph K. clerk, B. b. 29 Crescent 

" J. & Co. (Jonathan Hoag and Mar- 
shall N. Stearns), real estate and 
ins. 1400 Mass. ave. 
Hoban John, bootmaker, b. 293 Main 

" John, h. 300 Webster ave. 

" Michael, bootmaker, b. 293 Main 

" Michael P. cigars, etc. 847 Cam- 
bridge, h. 845 do. 
Hobbs Augustus L. wood worker, h. 
180 Pearl 

" Henry C. foreman, Cambridge 
cemetery, h. 18 Lexington ave. 

" Henry E. b. 18 Lexington ave. 

" Jeremiah R. teamster, h. 20 Prince 

" Jeremiah S. carpenter, h. 7 Park 

" Joseph W. plumber, b. 18 Laurel 

" Maud A. widow of George H. b. B. 
Holbrook's, Onley ave. 

" Thomas W. h. 18 Laurel 

" William, clock repairer, h. 162 Har- 
vard 

" William B. laborer, b. 20 Prince 
Hobin William J. engineer, h. 8 Arrow 
Hobson Andrew, curtain pole mnfr. h. 
204 Columbia 

" George S. porter, b. 27 Brewery 

" William, lawyer, 32 Bigelow, b. do. 
Hodgdon John H. carpenter, 27 Wes- 
tern ave. h. 156 Allston 

" Lillian L. at Observatory, b. at 
Boston 

" Walter, laborer, b. 194 River 

" William O. S. teamster, h. 960 Cam- 
bridge 
Hodge Bridget, widow of Richard, h. 
9 Howland 

" John H. waiter, B. h. 1556 Cam- 
bridge 

" John W. inspector, W. E. St. Ry. 
Co. b. 9 Hovrland 

" Theodore, cook, h. 26 Brewery 



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285 



Hodges Clarence L. clerk, B. b. 11 
(Bellevue ave. 

" Etta J. chief operator, 757 Mass. 
ave. h. at Chelsea 

" Francis F. clerk, 28 Pearl, B. h. 36 
Walden 

" George Rev. Dean Epis. Theo. 
school, h. 3 Mason 

" Howard S. starter, Murray st. sta- 
tion, rms. 66 Winthrop 

" Jane, widow of Francis, h. 36 Wal- 
den 

" Mary A. widow of James C. h. 177 
River 

" William A. asst. bookkeeper, Nat. 
Bank of Redemption, B. h. 11 
Bellevue ave. 
Hodgkins Edward S. clerk, h. 51 
Brookline 

" Edna, teacher, Washington school 

" G. Harry, paper hanger, 118 Berk- 
shire, h. 7 Winter 

*' James H. organ regulator, h. 18 
Howard 

" Rufus M. wood worker, B. h. 21 
Suffolk 

" Walter, janitor, h. 1554 Cambridge 

HODGKINS WALTER R. pa- 
per hanger, 17 Marney, h. do. See 
page 803 
Hodgson Arthur, machinist, h. 54y 3 
Broadway 
" Ernest E. bookkeper, 11 No Market, 

B. b. 112 Thorndike 
'■■ Ernest E. bookkeeper, 11 No. Mar- 
ket, B. b. 112 Thorndike 
" George W. produce, 11 and 12 No. 

Market, B. b. 112 Thorndike 
" Julia A. widow of Benjamin P. 

h. 112 Thorndike 
" Wilder B. clerk, h. 112 Thorndike 
Hodorowski Alexander, blacksmith, b. 

181 Clark 
Hodsdon Charles W. student, M. I. T. 
B. b. 148 Allston 
" Clarence L. cooper, r. 148 Allston h. 

do. 
" Villa, matron, The Avon Home, 309 
Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
Hoedtke Fred G. steward, 72 Mt. 

Aitburn, h. 7 Revere 
Hoelscher Adolp'h G. book binder, b. 
577 Putnam ave. 

' Herman E. clerk, 497 Mass. ave. b. 
577 Putnam ave. 

Hoey William H. horse shoer, 1121 
Cambridge, h. 349 Columbia 

Hoffman Charles F. roofer, b. 315 Web- 
ster ave. 

' George, brass worker, b. 3 Hamp- 
shire 



Hoffman German F. supt. Y. M. C. U. 
gymnasium, B. h. 23 Beech 
" Helen C. dressmaker, 22 Magazine, 
h. do. 

HOFFMAN HERMAN L. pro- 
visions and sausage maker, 172 
Thorndike and 127 Eliot, B. house 
1531 Cambridge. See page 816 
" Monica, widow of John B. h. 315 

Webster ave. 
" Robert S. clerk, 763 Mass. ave. b. 

22 Magazine 
" Walter B. clerk, 604 Mass. ave. b. 
22 Magazine 
Hofmamn Ernst, tailor, 418 Broadway, 

h. 63 Ellery 
Hofsted Frederick, machinist, h. 472 

Cambridge 
Hogan Alfred F. furniture repairer, 

133 Hampshire, h. 260 Norfolk 
" Edmund, laborer, h. 14 Ninth 
" Edmund L. janitor, h. 28 Worcester 
" Edward J. wood worker, h. 685 

Main 
" Ellen, widow of Pierce, h. 146 

Spring 
" Fred William, cement maker, b. 30 

Russell 
" George H. chair seater, 30 Russell, 

b. do. 
" Hannah Mrs. h. 3 Boyson pi. 
" James, laborer, h. 205 Vine 
" James H. teamster, h. 129 Tremont 
" Jane T. widow of Joseph D. h. 148 

Tremont 
" John, driver, 817 Somerville ave. b. 

do. 
" John, laborer, b. 12 Seventh 
" John, printer, b. 4 Holworthy 
" John Jr. laborer, h. 392 Norfolk 
" John J. cabinet maker, b. 722 Main 
" Joseph P. box cutter, 284 Norfolk, 

b. 129 Tremont 
" Julia Mrs. variety store, 133 Hamp- 
shire, h. 260 Norfolk 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 4 Hol- 
worthy 
" Matthew E. provisions, h. 30 Russell 
" Michael, laborer, b. r. 12 Seventh 
" Sarah A. widow of John, h. 24 Up- 
ton 
" Thomas, quarryman, h. 164 Charles 
" Thomas J. clerk, b. 146 Spring 
" William, clerk, b. 146 Spring 

" William, lalborer, b. 3 (Boyson pi. 

" William S. carpenter, h. 373 Nor- 
folk 

Hogarty William, farmer, h. 14 Dins- 
more ct. 

Hohman Sylvester, foreman, 708 Main, 
h. at Boston 



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Hokanson John, helper, h. 41 Auburn 
Holbrook Alice B. artist, 116 Chestnut, 
b. do. 

" Bradford, machinist, h. Onley ave. 

" Edwin W. iceman, h. 246 Hamp- 
shire 

" George M. student, b. 116 Chestnut 

" Marion F. h. 116 Chestnut 

"" Nathan H. supt. John Rear don & 
Sons, Waverly, h. 116 Chestnut 

*' Vernon Mrs. h. 104 Lake View ave. 
Holden Amos P. h. 226 Allston 

" Ann J. dressmaker, 6 Emmons pi. \ 
h. do. 

" Austin, asst. librarian, 10y 3 Beacon, 
B. h. 21 Linnaean 

" Brewster R. cooler, h. 2 Squire's cb. 

" Charlotte, widow of James, h. 21 
Linnaean 

" James, hostler, Richidale ave. sta- 
ble, b. 5 Beaver 

" John, printer, b. 41 Washington 

" John A. shipper, R. P. h. 46 Pearl 

" Mary, widow of Joseph, h. 178 
Franklin 

" Robert, foreman city stable, Hamp- 
shire, h. 397 Columbia 

" Samuel N. conductor, F. R. R. h. 
109 Avon Hill 

" Thomas, coachman, 21 Kirkland, h. 
5 Beaver 

" William, blacksmith, h. 292 Green 

" William, janitor, Webster grammar 
school, h. 41 Washing-ton 

" William F. pressman, b. 186 Brook- 
line 
Holderness Sadie M. bookkeeper, 17 

Brattle, b. 16 Rutland 
Holesworth Harriet Mrs. h. 39 School 
Holey George S. 'hatter, h. 84 Hamp- 
shire 
Holian Michael J. galvanizer, h. 115 
Webster ave. 

" see Houlihan, also Houllahan 
Hollahan Thomas, engineer, h. 72% 
Washington 

" Thomas J. varixisher, h. 17 School 
Holland Agnes, widow of Andrew, h. 
44 Austin 

" Albert, student, B. U. b. 29 Wendell 

" Andrew W. salesman, 284 Norfolk, 
b. 160 Prospect 

" Annie L. Mrs. bookkeeper, 145 
Hampshire, h. 160 Prospect 

" Bridget Mrs. boarding house, 1025 
Cambridge 

" Charles, cabinet maker, h. 15 Suf- 
folk 

" Cornelius, laborer, h. 37 Porter 

" David, butcher, Niles Bros. b. r. 595 
Concord ave. 

" Harriet R. h. 21 Avon 



Holland James, box cutter, 284 Nor- 
folk, b. 73 Tremont 
" Jeremiah S. lineman, h. 108 y 2 Au- 
burn 
" John, lalborer, h. 81 Cushing 
" John, laborer, h. 2 Deacon 
" John Jr. action maker, h. 2 Deacon 
" John P. canvasser, h. 1025 Cam- 
bridge 
" Joseph, junk dealer, h. 63 Porter 
" Joseph, tire maker, b. 78 Washing- 
ton 
" Mary Mrs. h. 202 Franklin 
" Silas H. h. 21 Avon 
" Stephen F. clerk, b. 37 Porter 
" Thomas, machinist, h. 59a Hamp- 
shire 
" William, laborer, b. 3 Seventh 
" William, watchman, h. 305 Green 
" William C. tinner, rms. 64 Prince 
Hollenbeek Charles, hose maker, b. 24 
Suffolk 
" H. Frank, confectionery, etc. 863 

Main, h. 24 Suffolk 
" John, special police, h. 545 Mass. av. 
Holleran Catherine, widow of Edward, 
h. 41 Webster ave. 
" Dennis, motoraian, b. 1603 Cam- 
bridge 
" Ellen, widow, h. 342 Green 
" James, cooper, b. 49 Winter 
" John, b. 7 Lambert 
" Mary Mrs. h. 414 Columbia 
Holliday Luke, laborer, h. 91 Elm 
Hollis Charles H. agent, b. 12 William 
" Charles R. wheelwright, 1961 Mass. 

ave. h. 9 Allen 
" Hatfield, painter, h. 101 Pleasant 
" Ira N. prof. Lawrence, Scientific 

school, h. 17 Hammond 
" Lucinda E. Mrs. h. 103 Austin 
" William H. dentist, 631 Mass. ave. 
lb. 103 Austin 
Hollohan Patrick J. carriagesmith, 
1961 Mass. ave. h. 26 Cogswell av. 
Hollway Edward J. h. 88 Tremont 
Holly Michael, teamster, b. 198 Sidney 

" Tree Coffee Rooms, 20 Brattle 
Holm Walter, baker, h. 69 Clark 
Holman Charles E. clerk, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 283 Winsor 
" Mary J. widow of Sumner, h. 337 
Pearl 
Holmberg Axel L. clerk, 191 Broad- 
way, b. 8 Summer 
" Emil L. clerk, B. (b. % 8 Summer 
" Fred, collector, Boston Wire Co. b. 
8 Summer 

HOLMBERG JOHN F. flour, 
grain and hay, 191 Broadwav. See 
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Holinberg John F. Jr. box maker, h. 

31 Tremont 
Holmes Anna P. h. 171 Auburn 
" Charles F. clerk, h. 81 Green 
" Charlotte, widow of Jacob R. h. 163 

Western ave. 
" Edward F. plumber, 1440 Mass. av. 

ib. 46 Foster 
" Ella J. teacher, Somerville, b. 59 

Crescent 

HOLMES FRANCIS M. (Joseph 
A. Holmes & Co.), and Home 
Mills Cereal Co. 638 Mass. ave. h. 
80 Magazine. See p. 29 
" Frank M. broker, 9 Water, b. h. [ 

117 Holworthy 
" Frank William, bookkeeper, 638 I 
Mass. ave. h. 82 Magazine ' 

" Freeland S. janitor, Masonic Hall, ' 

h. 262 Green 
" George, cigar maker, h. 53 Tremont 
" George A. clerk, h. 97 Howard 

HOLMES GEORGE H. cashier, 
Charles River National Bank, 1408 
Mass. ave. h. 124 Walker. See 
page 776 

" Heber 'H. janitor, h. 337 Western av. 

" Helen E. widow of Joseph H. h. 39 
William 

" Henry C. physician, 407a Broadway, 
h. do. 

" Howard W. undertaker, h. 84 Tre- 
mont 

" Ida J. teacher, Morse school, h. 92 
Magazine 

" I. Gilbert, at E. P. b. 163 Western 
ave. 

" James Foster, painter, h. 24 Fair- 
field 

" James P. clerk, b. 46 Foster 

" John, h. 5 Appian Way 

" John J. plumber, h. r. 46 Foster 

" Jonathan, collector, B. h. 81 Green 

HOLMES JOSEPH A. & CO. 
(Francis M. Holmes), grocers, ,628 

Mass. avenue, and provisions, 7 

Central sq. See p. 29 
" Joseph E. clerk, 1420 Mass. ave. b. 

39 William 
' Julia H. widow of Francis W. h. 59 

Austin 
" Marcus R. clerk, 1847 Mass. ave. h. 

at Somerville 
" Marshall E. carpenter, h. 77 Elm 
" Nathaniel, h. 7 Holyoke pi. 
" Nathaniel, waiter, h. 25 Jay 
" Nettie Mrs. h. 365 Harvard 
" Patrick E. coachman, 165 Brattle, 

h. 46 Foster 
' Rufus, farmer, h. 92 Magazine 
" Sara'h F. Mrs. nurse, b. 90 Franklin 



Holmes Thomas M. laborer, h. 2556 
Mass. ave. 
" William, laborer, b. 3 Porter 

HOLMES WILLIAM F. hay, 374 
River, h. 346 Brookline. See p. 823 

" William H. carpenter, h. 5 Ports- 
mouth 

" William H. lalborer, h. 3 Jordan pi. 

" Willis B. student, b. 39 William 

" , candy maker, B. h. 1 Glad- 
stone 
Holquest Emil, painter, h. 11 Carlisle ' 

" Gustave, painter, h. 11 Carlisle 
Holshanetzky Benjamin, bailor, h. 77 

Elm 
Kolsten Claus H. b. 60 Winthrop 
Holt Frank Ford, student, H. U. b. 1 
Langdon sq. 

" Henry L. cooper, h. 454 Winsor 

" Homer C. lawyer, 615 Mass. ave. h. 
at Somerville 

" James H. police, station 1, h. 17 
Banks 

" James L. Mrs. h. 10 South 

" Jennie Mrs. dressmaker, h. 17 
Banks 

" Martha A. widow of Samuel, h. 37 
Antrim 

" Oscar, salesman, B. h. 1 Langdon 
sq. 

" Samuel H. blacksmith, h. 14 Plymp- 
ton 

" Will Albert, brakeman, h. 24 Rail- 
road 

" William B. Mrs. h. 8 Acacia 

" William C. salesman, B. h. 21 Gray 
Holton Emma L. widow of Frank, h. 
142 Chestnut 

" Fred H. manager, Bay State Metal 
Works, 49 Harvard, h. 220 Brat- 
tle 

Holway Archie, oil worker, b. 2 Lin- 
wood pi. 

" Charles W. supt. Spear Oil Works, 
h. 2 Linwood pi. 

" Clinton, laundrvman, b. 2 Linwood 
pi. 

Holy Catherine, widow of William, h. 
409 Broadway 

" Ghost Hospital, 1575 Cambridge 

" Michael, polisher, 162 Broadway, b. 

409 do. 
" see Wholey 

Holyer Ellen, widow of Robert, h. 60 
Washington 

Home for Trained Nurses, 18 Beech 

Homer Elizabeth A. h. 214 Harvard 

"Mary E. widow of Frank, h. 297 
Broadway 

" Miriam B. h. 26 Garden 



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Horner Sarah A. widow of Moore R. h. 

214 Harvard 
Hommel William H. clerk, B. h. 580 

Putnam ave. 
Hong' Hing, laundry, 815 Cambridge, 
rms. do. 
" Wan, laundry, 16 Pearl, h. do. 
Honold Herman, cabinet maker, h. 210 

Charles 
Hood Charles, mason, 13 Van Norden, 

h. do. 
" Edward A. clerk, 145 Hampshire, h. 

10 Van Norden 
" George A. sec. Cong. House, B. h. 8 

Prentiss pi. 
" Robert, h. 76 Magee 
Hook Bartholomew, carpenter, h. 44 

DeWolfe 
" Frederick, h. 286 Brookline 
Hooker Abbie M. W. widow of Charles 

K. h. 2 Granite 
" Charles R. driver, engine No. 5, In- 

man sq. h. 1911 Cambridge 
" G. Frank, civil engineer, City Hall, 

b. 2 Granite 
" Helen P. clerk, assessors' office, 

City Hall, b. 2 Granite 
" Henry, h. 113 Auburn 
" Hiram W. clerk, 1238 Mass. ave. b. 

9 Springfield 
" Hiram W. driver, fire engine No. 1, 

Brattle sq. rms. do. 
Hookway Lewis D. h. 2 Rogers ct. 
Hooley John, laborer, b. 7 Jefferson 
" John J. driver, 35 Church, h. 1 

Chapman pi. 
" Julia Mrs. h. 250 Broadway 
" William, hostler, h. r. 81 Boylston 
" see Houley and Wholey 
Hooper Alfred G. provisions, 727 Main, 

h. 146 Columbia 
" Carroll I. trav. salesman, B. h. 423 

Putnam ave. 
" Charles H. Mrs. h. 27 Lancaster 
" Charles L. printer, b. 19 Fairmont 
" D. Mildred, cashier, b. 146 Columbia 
" Edward A. furniture mnfr. 85 Port- 
land, B. h. 28 Blake 
" Edward W. treas. H. U. 50 State, 

rm. 44, B. h. Fayerweather, cor. 

Reservoir 
" Herbert A. steam fitter, 184 Broad- 
way, h. 116 Washington 
" Isaac, machinist, h. 19 Fairmont 
" James K. clerk, B. b. 28 Blake 
" Lucretia S. h. 2236 Mass. ave. 
" Martha E. widow of Isaac D. h. 2 

Allston ct. 
" Nathan C. teamster, h. 27 Athens pi. 
" Samuel, electrician, 728 Mass. ave. 

h. at Somerville 



Hooper Sarah J. Mrs. h. 162 Elm, N. C. 

" Warren L. fruit, 6 Chatham row, B, 
h. 2286 Mass ave. 

" William P. ins. agt. B. h. 89 Nor- 
folk 
Hop Long, laundry, 30 Plympton, rms. 
do. 

" Sing, laundry, 115 Hampshire, h.do. 
h. do. 
Hope Eugene X. stereotyper, Riverside 
Press, h. 118 % Pleasant 

" George T. painter, rms. 86 Wash- 
ington 

" John W. janitor, h. 1 Coolidge pi. 
Hopewell Catherine, widow of John, h. 
i 32 Erie 

" Charles F. supt. of lamps, b. 82 
Magazine 

" Frank B. clerk, B. b. 82 Magazine 

" John Jr. horse clothing, 129 Wash- 
ington, B. h. 82 Magazine 

" Curtis A. clerk, 80 Pleasant, ,„, 111 
Western ave. 

" Delia C. dressmaker, b. 9 Ashton pi. 

" Edward, painter, h. 98 Allston 

" Edward J. plumber, b. 204 Columbia 

" Elizabeth Mrs. dressmaker, 26 Jef- 
ferson, h. do. 

" Emma A. teacher, Thorndike, h. at 
Melrose Highlands 

" Flora E. housekeeper, 35 Lawrence 

" Heber A. b. 276 Pearl 

" Helen C. Mrs. h. r. 55 Harvard 

" James L. student, b. 112 Fifth 

" John, h. 92 Harvard 

" John E. picture frame maker, rms. 
44 Pearl 

" John P. clothing salesman, b. 112 
Fifth 

" Josiah, painter, 5 Palmer, h. 3 Han- 
cock pi. 

" Mabel C. widow of Joseph, b. 70 
Franklin 

" Mary, widow of James, h. 204 Co- 
lumbia 

" Michael J. wood and coal, 3 Doug- 
lass, h. 2 Hastings 

" Perry L. agent, h. 67 Plymouth 

" Rose, widow of Patrick, h. 2 Hast- 
ings 

" Samuel, machinist, B. & M. R. R. 
repair shop, h. 112 Fifth 

" Sarah A. Mrs. dressmaker, 193 Au- 
burn, h. do. 

" William, laborer, h. 26 Jefferson 
" William, tailor, Som. h. 24 Clifton 
" William J. bookkeeper, b. 204 Co- 
lumbia 
" Winnefred, clerk, Custom House, 
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HOPKINS ALBERT B. carpen- 
ter and builder, 276 Pearl, house 
do. See page 793 
Hopkinson Charles S. b. 22 Craigie 
" John P. private classical school, 29 

Chestnut, B. h. 22 Craigie 
" Mary E. b. 11 Mason 
" Peter, furniture, b. 108 Thorndike 
Hoppin Eliza M. h. 469 Broadway 
" Elizabeth M. widow of Nicholas, h. 
469 Broadway 
Horan David H. tin stamper, h. 153 
Banks 
" Edward, clerk, 157 Harvard, b. 109 

Winsor 
'* Edward, driver, b. 14 Union 
" Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. 24 Mont- 
gomery 
" Jeremiah, teamster, h. 24 Mont- 
gomery 
" John, carpenter, h. 8 Sands 
"" John P. mason, b. 30 Montgomery 
" Patrick J. painter, 730 Mass. ave. h. 

31 Railroad 
" Peter F. laborer, h. 53 North 
" Timothy, painter, h.30 Montgomery 
" William S. laborer, b. 24 Montgom- 
ery 
Hore Abbie Mrs. h. 649 Mass. ave. 
Horgan Cornelius, laborer, h. 47 War- 
ren 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 1197 Cambridge 
' Daniel J. Rev. asst. pastor, Church 
of the Sacred Heart, h. 49 Sixth 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 16 Marion 
" Dennis, marble worker, 83 Main, 

h. 218 Winsor 
" Dennis, stone cutter, A. McDonald 

& Son, h. 112 Holworthy 
" Frank, clerk, B. b. 19 Carlisle 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 34 Ninth 
" John, b. 670 Cambridge 
' John, laborer, h. 16 Bristol 
' John, teamster, h. 91 Fourth 
' John Joseph, chief inspector, 1376 

Mass. ave. h. 19 Carlisle 
' John J. marble works, 83 Main, h. 

218 Winsor 
' 'Michael, electrician, b. 91 Fourth 
' Michael, laborer, h. 34 Ninth 
1 Michael, laborer, h. 49 Warren 
Patrick, laborer, b. 1197 Cambridge 
Thomas, laborer, b.1197 Cambridge 
; William, laborer, b.1197 Cambridge 
" William, laborer, b. 12 Parnell 
Hormby William J. foreman, arctic 
maker, Am. Rub. Co. b. at Som. 
Hormel Elizabeth, widow of Conrad, 
h. 177 Spring 

! Henry F clerk. 485 Cambridge, b. 
177 Spring 



Horn Arthur J. machinist, b. 613 Main 

" Caroline, widow of Robert, h. 613 
Main 
Home Edward T. carpenter, h. 629 
Putnam ave. 

" Henrv L. boiler maker, 25 Athens 
pi. 

" John C. letter carrier, 28 Brattle, 
h. 260 Green 

" Martha M. widow of Plummer S. 
h. 57 Broadway 

" Richard F. carpenter, h. 28 Rock- 
ingham 
Horrigan Cornelius, laborer, h. 19 
Hunting 

" Edward, b. 49 Washington 

" Edward F. conductor, b. 140 Pros- 
pect. 

" Jeremiah, b. 259 Winsor 

" Jeremiah, foreman blacksmith, 169 
Gore, h. at Somerville 

" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 24 Marion 

" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 24 Marion 

" John, laborer, b. 24 Marion 

" John, laborer, b. 26 Warren 

" John, laborer, h. 119 Amory 

" John J. clerk, P. O., B. b. 140 Pros- 
pect 

" Kate, housekeeper, 7 Marion 

" Mary Mrs. h. 49 Washington 

" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 259 
Winsor 

" Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 118 
Amory 

" Patrick, plumber, b. 5 Mullens ct. 

" Thomas, at 169 Gore, h. 24 Marion 

" Timothy, packer, h. 140 Prospect 

" William, at 29 Hampshire, b. 259 
Winsor 

" see Harrigan 
Horsford Eben N. Mrs. h. 27 Craigie 
Horton Lucius M. S. supt. reservoir, 
C. h. 95 Antrim 

" Lydard, student, L. H. S. b. 13 Sac- 
ramento 

" Milo B. farmer, b. 32 Tremont 

" Sylvester, reed board maker, 162 
Broadway, h. Locust 

" William S. salesman, B. 11 Arnold 
circle 
Hosken Thomas W. laborer, 1 Brattle 

sq. h. 5 Brewer 
Hotel Adams. 29 Bigelow 

" Albert, 146 Harvard 

" Allerton, 128 Magazine 

" Allerton, 23 Norfolk 

" Alma, 784 Mass. ave. 

" Aimer, 26 River 

" Anton, 306 Broadway 

" Argyle, 29 Putnam ave. 

" Assabet, 1211 Cambridge 

" Austin, 70 Austin i 



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Hotel Beacon, 81 Green 

" Bellamy, 425 and 427 Putnam ave. 

" Bertha, 117 Kinnaird 

" Bigelow, 35 Brookline 

" Boynton, 105 and 107 Gore 

" Brookfield, 12 to 18 Whitney ave. 

" Brooks, Brooks, near Main 

" Burnham, 8 Centre 

" Cambridge, 135 Cambridge 

" Carlisle, 14 Carlisle 

" Charles, 136 Winsor 

" Clark, 22 and 24 Clark 

" Columbia, 341 Columbia 

" De La Rue, Broadway, cor. Colum- 
bia 

" Dorchester, School, cor. Moore 

" Edna, Arnold circle 

" Eliot, 66 Austin 

" Elm, 200 Elm 

" Elmwood (The), 209 Green 

" Essex, 32 Essex 

" Eustis, 46 Eustis 

" Fairmont, 268 River 

" Florence, 51 Norfolk 

" Franklin, Norfolk, cor. Suffolk 

" Garfield, 48 Eustis 

" Gilbert, 109 Winsor 

" Gladstone, 317 Prospect 

" Gloucester, 108 Austin 

" Graeme, 86 Hancock 

" Green, 325 Elm 

" Grotto, 19 Harrison 

" Groveland, 121 Webster ave. 

"Hamilton, 26 Columbia 

" Hamlin, 20 Columbia 

" Hampshire, Hampshire, junc. Web- 
ster ave. 

" Hancock, 253 Sixth 

" Harrison, Harrison, near School 

" Harvard, 413 Main 

" Hawthorn, 134 Green 

" Hebron, 27 Putnam ave. 

" Holly, Holly, cor. GBrooks 

" Holmes (The), 125 Hampshire 

" Homer, 270 Norfolk 

" Hooker, 249 Sixth 

" Inman, 1383 Cambridge 
' Inman (The), Inman, opp. City 
Hall 

" Jackson, 254 Winsor 

" James, 783 Camfbridge 

" Jarvis, 27 Everett 

" Joseph, 135 Webster ave. 

" Josephine, 11 Carlisle 

" Lakeview (The), end Lakeview ave. 
. " Lawrence, 175 Franklin 

" Leah, 57 Austin 

" Lee, School, cor. Harrison 

" Leicester, 106 Hampshire 

" Lexington, 295 Winsor 

" Lillian, 142 Cherry 

" Lilly, 21 Harrison 



Hotel Longfellow, 491 Mass. 'ave. 

" Louisa, 73 Tremont 

" Lowell, 434 and 440 Mass. ave. 

" Luke, 685 Main 

" Main, 707 Main 

" Marion, 63 Highland ave. 

" Mayflower, 84 WendelJ 

" Middlesex. 51 and 53 Portland 

" Moore, Moore, n. Main 

" Moynahan, 1207 Cambridge 

" Mimroe, 24 Norfolk 

" Myrtle, 26 Moore 

" Norfolk, 12 Norfolk 

" Osmond, 210 Columbia 

" Ossipee, 204 Columbia 

" Parks, 31 School 

" Peabody, 95 and 97 Pine 

" Pleasant, 32 Moore 

" Pleasant, 120 and 120 y 2 Pleasant 

" Prescott, 577 Putnam ave. 

" Putnam, 518 Putnam ave. 

" Richardson, 101 and 103 Gore 

" Rochester, 77 Broadway 

" Ruby, 60 Austin 

" Saxon, 10 Mt, Auburn 

" School, Holly, cor. Brooks 

" Shirley, 39 School 

" Sickles, 245 Sixth 

" Somerset (The), 1423 to 14S7 Cam- 
bridge 

" Stanstead (The), 19 Ware 

" Star, 14 Moore 

" Stearns, 22 Eliot 

" Stratford, 17 Elm 

" Suffolk, 88 Norfolk 

" Sun, 677 Main 

" Telford, 125 Mt. Auburn 

" Templeton, 9 Harrison 

" Templeton (The), 367 Harvard 

" Trowbridge, 19 Trowbridge 

" Union, 17 Harrison 

" Union, 30 Union 

" University (The), 1039 Mass. ave. 

" Vernon, Vernon, cor. Green 

" Virginius, 43 Essex 

" Wachusett, 51 Brookline 

" Wellington, 85 Green 

" Wentworth, 7 and 9 Essex 

" Weston, 43 School 
" Winnifred, 23-25 Bristol 

" Winsor, 86 Washington 

" Winthrop, 241 River 

" Wyman, 140 Magazine 
Hotin Nazaire, brickmaker, h. 14 

Sherman 
Houck Edgar I. prop. Porter's Hotel, 
1974 and 1980 Mass. ave. h. do. 

Houey , h. 90 First 

Houghton Alfred E. clerk, 585 Mass. 
ave. h. 341 Pearl 

" Alverta M. b. 100 Mass. ave. 

" Barnard, fireman, h. 1 Pioneer 



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Houghton Bert, mechanical engineer, 
130 Devonshire, B. h. 55 Garfield 

HOUGHTON CHARLES W. at 
201 Congress, B. bds. 460 Putnam 
ave. See page 11 

" Charles W. trav. salesman, h. 65 
Inman 

" Charlotte Mrs. h. 25 Erie 
' Charlotte M. forewoman, R. P. h. 
25 Erie 

" Edward R. Clerk, rms. 367 Harvard 

" Elizabeth H. h. 1000 Mass. ave. 

" Elvin F. roller maker, h. 65 Norfolk 

" Frederick O. 115 State, B. b. 2 Pot- 
ter pk. 

" Henry O. (H. O. Houghton & Co.) 
and (Houghton, Mifflin & Co.) 
R. P. h. 394 Harvard 

HOUGHTON JOHN H. engines 
and boilers, 201 and 203 Congress, 
B. h. 460 Putnam ave. See p. 11 
" Joseph W. 115 State, B. b. 2 Potter 

park 
" Justine F. b. 1000 Mass. ave. 
" Martha R. widow of Francis, h. 2 
Potter park 

HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & CO. 
(George H. Mifflin, James M. Kaj-, 
H. O. Houghton, A. F. Houghton, 
O. R. Houghton, and L. H. Valen- 
tine), publishers, Riverside Press, 
Blackstone and 4 Park, B. See 
page 862 
Houk Harold, piano maker, b. 30 State 
Houle Arsene, plasterer, h. 13 Union 
Houley William, foreman, 111 Putnam 

ave. h. at Somerville 
Houlihan Cecilia Mrs. h. 1 Sparks 
" Michael W. teamster, h. 11 Ply- 
mouth 
" see Hoolehan 
Houllahan Ellen, h. r. 257 Broadway 
" James P. printer, h. 40 Market 
" John, fisherman, h. 210 Charles 
" Thomas, laborer, h. r. 257 Broad- 
way 
' see 'Houlihan, also Houlehan 
Hourihan Daniel, laborer, b. 803 Cam- 
•bridge 
" Dennis, hacks, 117 Fourth, h. 119 

'do. 
" JOhn, b. 11 Vandine 
" John, laborer, h. 122 Charles 
" Michael, laborer, b. 145 Norfolk 

" Michael, laborer, 211 Bridge, h. 215 
Third 

" Michael B. conductor, b. 3 Fifth 

" Timothy, teamster, h. 3 Fifth 

House Elwood M. clerk, 154 Harvard, 
h. at W. Somerville 



House of Correction and Jail, Thorn- 
dike, cor. Third 
Houston John B. cook, h. 174 Elm 
" Joseph William, janitor, b. 174 Elm 
" see Huston 
Hovenden Thomas W. salesman, 122 

Broadway, h. at Brighton 
Hovestadt Frank G. baker, 2529 Mass, 

ave. h. 8 Tannery 
Hovey Caroline L. b. 17 Brookline 
" Dana R. clerk, 506 Mass. ave. rms. 

352 Pearl 
" Horatio A. butter, etc. 32 F. H. 

market, B. h. 2203 Mass. ave. 
" Horatio N. h. 93 Otis 
" Horatio N. Jr. curtains, etc. h. 93 

Otis 

" H. N. & Co. (George W. Dearborn) 

grocers, 227 Cambridge and 50 

Third 

" J. Dana, grocer, 506 Mass. av. h. do. 

" Mary E. widow of Walter, h. 29 

Lancaster 
" Mary L. widow of Phineas B. h. 17 

Brookline 
" Richard W. salesman, B. b. 29 Lan- 
caster 
" William B. salesman, B. h. 29 Lan- 
caster 
'• William H. butter and cheese, 32 F. 
H. market, B. h. 67 Pleasant 
Howard Albert A. instructor, H. U. h. 
8 Hilliard 
" Arthur L. clerk, 40 State, B. b. 22 

Putnam ave. 
" Augustus J. hostler, 443 Mass. ave. 

h. r. do. 
" Caroline E. widow of George C. h. 

22 Putnam ave. 
" C. J. Mrs. b. 27 Everett 
" Edmund T. bookkeeper, Irving & 
Casson, Otis, h. 1293 Cambridge 
" Edward LeBaron, h. 1653 Mass. ave f 
" Emily C. widow of Richard B. b. 4 

Mt. Auburn 
" Eunice F. widow of Waldo L. h. 49 

Wendell 
" George, cook, Memorial Hall, rms, 

1591 Cambridge 
" George, teamster, 932 Cambridge, 

h. at Somerville 
" George H. insurance, h. 70 Prince 
" George H. machinist, b. 77 Spring 
" George H. (W. L. Lockhardt & Co.) 
149 Stamford, B. h. 16 Highland 
ave. 
" Helen J. saleswoman, 288 Broad- 
way, b. 286 do. 
" James J. varnisher, h. 14 Moore 
" John, foreman, 111 Putnam ave. h. 

37 V 2 Kinnaird 
" John, laborer, b. 164 Gore 



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Howard John, laborer, b. 2 Parnell 
" John B. at Eye and Ear Infirmary, 

B. h. 54 Washington 
" John H. waiter, h. 1168 Mass. ave. 
" Jnlius D. compositor, U. P. h. 19 De- 
Wolfe 
" Mabel E. teacher, b. 49 Wendell 
" Mary, boarding house, 155» Otis 
" Mary A. widow of Gabriel, h. 24 

Mill 
" Nathaniel, granite worker, Mt. Au- 

burn, opp. Elmwood ave. h. at 

S. Boston 
" Sarah A. Mrs. at Baptist Home, 303 
" Nicholas, laborer, h. 126 Locust 
" Robert, teamster, 932 Cambridge, 

h. at Somerville 

Brookline 
" Thomas H. spring bed maker, b. 

181 Main 
" Thomas M. night watchman, h. 70 

Spring 
" Walter S. actor, b. 22 Putnam ave. 
" William, head waiter, Memorial 

Hall, h. 1591 Cambridge 
Howarth Clarence, machinist, b. 1 

Boardman pi. 
" John T. painter, 730 Mass. ave. h. 1 

Boardman pi. 
Howatt Elizabeth, widow of John C. 

h. 44 Baldwin 
" James E. clerk, b. 44 Baldwin 
" Wiliam E. joiner, b. 44 Baldwin 
Howe Albion P. retired U. S. A. offi- 
cer, h. 14 Concord ave. 

HOWE ARCHIBALD M.lawver 
10 Tremont, rm. 65, B. h. 6 Bond. 

See page 853 
" Arthur L. pork packer, h. 49 Erie 
" Benjamin, clerk, B. & A. R. R., B. 

b. 9 Miller ave. 
" Caroline G. teacher, h. Hotel Edna 
" Clinton, laborer, b. 36 William 
" Daniel K. carriage trimmer, h. 34 

River 
" Estes Mrs. h. 2 Appleton 
" Francis M. foreman, 16 Cambridge, 

h. 95 Thorndike 

" Frederick C. com. mer. 7 India, B. 
h. 10 Ellsworth ave. 

HOWE GEORGE E. lawyer, 
Tremont bldg. B. h. 114 Washing- 
ton ave. See page 855 
" George K. foreman, 12 Soden, b. 99 
Inman 

' Hattie E. widow of Benjamin, h. 9 
Miller ave. 

" Herbert F. surveyor, B. b. 9 Miller 
ave. 

" Isabella R. teacher, h. Hotel Edna 



Howe J. Lewis, engineer, steamer 6, h. 
184 River 

" J. Wilder, civil engineer, h. 19 Rice 

" Lavene, widow of Josiah D. h. 5 
Sparks 

" Louise, widow, h. 292 Webster ave. 

" Lucinda S. widow of Solomon H. 
h. 5 Dana 

" Marshall M. student, b. 14 Concord 
ave. 

" Mary A. widow of George, h. 114 
Washington ave. 

" Mary E. h. 2 Garden 

" Melvina Mrs. housekeeper, 91 Hu- 
ron ave. 

" Minerva H, widow of Thomas, h. 
14 Sidney 

" Moses G. lawyer, h. 1826 Mass. ave, 

" Oliver, clerk, B. b. 6 Howland 

" Robert A. shirt mfr. 383 Washing- 
ton, B. h. 8 Center 

" Sarah M. widow of David, h. 49 Erie 

" Sarah R. h. 2 Garden 

" Spring Bed Co. spring bed mnxr. 
748 Main 

" Thomas C. student, H. U. h. 92 
Hammond 

" Thomas J. real estate, etc. h. 100 
Ellery 

" William, peddler, b. 325 Webster av„ 

" William Rev. D. D. h. 910 Mass. ave. 

" William D. b. 14 Concord ave. 

" William E. collector, B. h. 1521 Cam- 
bridge 

" William F. shirt mfr. 383 Washing- 
ton, B. h. 60 Austin 

" William H. H. police, station 2, h. 
6 Ashton pi. 

" Winfred L. student, rms. 184 River 

" see Howes 

Howell Edward, building mover, b. 69 
Bristol 

" Henrietta L. widow of Jacob H. h, 
1558 Mass. ave. 

" John R. (Harrington & Howell), 
plasterer, 21 Parker, h. do. 
Howell's House, 37 Concord ave. 
Howes Benjamin L. hardware, 620 At- 
lantic ave. B. b. 579 Huron ave. 

" Charles F. electrician, B. h. 943 
Mass. ave. 

" Clifton, clerk, B. b. 579 Huron ave. 

" Frederick S. clerk, 266 Devonshire, 
B. h. 54 Sacramento 

" Margaret B. widow of Solomon, h. 
334 Broadway 

" Richard T. barbers' supplies, h. 97 
Inman 

Howie James J. washer, 1230 Mass. a v. 
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Howland Darius, roofer, 142 Charles, 

B. h. 11 Sidney 
" Henry B. stoves, B. rms. 85 Green 
" R. S. foreman carpenter, 169 Gore, 

h. at Somerville 
" Shepard, at U. P. h. 421 Green 
" Susan M. Mrs. h. 891 Mass. ave. 
" Thomas S. sec. C. B. & Q. R. R. 710 

Sears bldg. B. h. Channing pi. 
" William O. insurance a-gent, h. 421 

Green 
Howlett Charles A. S. electrician, b. 6 

Upton 
" Clarence M. treas. 3 Hampshire, h. 

94 Avon Hill 
" Edward C. salesman, h. 7 Park 
" Enoch J. paymaster, treasurer's 

office, City Hall, h. 6 Upton 
" Eugene L. salesman, N. Y. h. 80 

Hancock 
" George C. com. merchant, 48 Con- 
gress, B. h. 163 Chestnut 
" Horace B. insurance agt. 649 Mass. 

ave. rm. 6. (h. 163 Chestnut 
" William C. piano regulator, b. 6 

Upton 
Hoyt Benjamin J. carpenter and bell 

hanger, 164 Norfolk, h. 33% Es- 
sex 
" Charles, pressman, h. 148 Green 
" Charles H. electrician, Mt. Auburn 

station, h. at Arlington 
" Frederick A. supt. 205 Broadway, h. 

at Somerville 
" Henry L. ticket agent, R. B. B. & L. 

R. R., B. b. 33 y 2 Essex 
" Mary A. widow of Elijah C. b. 10 

Chester 
" Mellen J. hairdresser, 56 Brookline 
" William H. confectioner, Haverhill. 

B. h. 483 Cambridge 
" William H. treas. 120 Tremont, B. 

h. 10 Hilliard 
" W. Wells, student, H. U. b. 10 Hil- 
liard 
" see Hoit 
Hubbard Alice J. teacher, Sargent 

school, h. 10 Beech 

" Amy L. teacher, B. h. 10 Beech 

" Anna, widow of George, h. 384 Har- 
vard 

1 Arthur J. music teacher, B. h. 10 

Frost 
" Arthur L. law student, H. U. h. 21 

BJlery 

" Charles Eustis, lawyer, 28 State,rm. 
40, B. h. 150 Brattle 

" Edward, driver, 1906 Mass, ave. b. 

61 Hubbard ave. 
" Ernest L. h. 73 Fifth 



Hubbard Frank E. shipper, Am. N. & 
T. Co. h. 124 Fifth 

" Frank L. bookkeeper, 140 Congress, 
B. h. 321 Pearl 

" Frederick G. clerk, 1238 Mass. ave. 
h. 384 Harvard 

" Jennie M. dressmaker, 384 Harvard, 
h. do. 

" John, at 169 Gore, b. 127 Willow 

;i John A. clerk, 3 Brattle, h. 16 How- 
land 

" John H. (J. H. Hubbard & Co.), 
1360 Mass. ave. h. 19 Ware 

" Joseph E. student, H. U. b. 6 Fay- 
ette 

" Joseph T. Mrs. h. 6 Fayette 

" J. H. & Co. (John H. Hubbard, 
Charles A. Stover and Elmer W. 
Billings) apothecaries, 1360 
Mass. ave. 

" Kate G. widow of Charles M. h. 438 
Green 

" Loudder, laborer, b. 20 Prince 

" Phmeas, clerk, 1238 Mass. ave. h. 6 
Hilliard pi. 

HUBBARI> PHINEAS (T. D. 
Whitney & Co.),linens, 39 Temple 
place, B. h. 1 Bellevue ave. See 
page 846 
" Sanford B. school supplj* agent, 

office City Hall, h. 7 Upton 
" William H. student. M. I. T., B. b. 
6 Fayette 
Hubbart Charles H. painter, h. 24 Wil- 
bur 
Hubbell Chauncy D. student, h. 60 

Austin 
Hubert George W T . printer, h. 21 Bald- 
win 
" Marie, widow of Rudolph, h. 150 
Berkshire 
Hubley Amos, teamster, h. 6 Erie 

" Charles E. printer, h. 94 Hancock 
Hucksam John F. provisions, 484 Cam- 
bridge, h. 64 Sixth 
Huckson Ellen, widow of Jacob, h. 12 
Second 
" Henry, teamster, b. 12 Second 
" Joseph J. engineer, b. 12 Second 
Huddy Ann, h. 23 Pioneer ave. 
Hudley Peter, mason, b. 61b Grigg 
Hudson George, carpenter, h. 2 Hamp- 
shire pi. , 
" Hilda, widow of Thomas, h. North 

ave. 
" Robert J. clerk, 32 F. H. market, B. 
h. 369 Harvard 

Huebel Ernest C. boots and shoes, 277 
Broadway, h. 279 do. 

Huffman Charles M. cabinet maker, h. 
66 Otis 



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Hugelman John, bakery, 1166 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1164 do. 
Huggins John Jr. laborer, h. 392 Nor- 



folk 



Hughes Alfred E. com. mer. 45 N. Mar- 
ket, B. h. 26 Upton 
" Alice Mrs. h. 1 Walker 
" Benjamin L. adv. agent, h. 59 Mar- 
ket 
" Burt, at 169 Gore, b. 44 Union 
" Catherine, widow of John, h. 24 

Webster ave. 
" Charles P. clerk, h. 59 Plymouth 
" Elizabeth A. h. 12 Jackson 
" Esther E. widow of George F. h. 40 

Baldwin 
" George, switchman, B. & M. R. R. 

h. 7 Wesley ave. 
" George H. painter, 187 Green, h. 15 

Jay 
" George M. clerk, 1151 Cambridge, b. 

40 Baldwin 
" George W. painter, 187 Green, rms. 

90 Western ave. 
" Harry D. fireman, b. 40 Baldwin 
" James, 162 Broadway, h. 356 Win- 

sor 
" John (Ward & Hughes), shoes, 
1098 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
" John, laborer, h. 44 Union 
" John, laborer, h. 123 Hampshire 
" John, teamster, h. 16 Allston 
" John B. piano tuner, h. 242 Green 
" Joseph, sash and blind maker, h. 8 

Oak circle 
" J. Henry, clerk, b. 242 Green 
" Lawrence, painter, h. end Sibley ct. 
" Margaret, widow of Francis, h. 207 

Mt. Auburn 
" Mary, widow of William, h. 6 East 
" Mary A. Mrs. dry goods, 42 Reed, 

'to. do. 
" Mary E. compositor, b. 207 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" Michael, laborer, Cambridge ceme- 
tery, h. 15 Cushing ct. 
" Patrick, teamster, 97 Concord ave. 

b. do. 
" Peter J. salesman, 1098 Cambridge, 

h. at Somerville 
" Philip, b. 2 George 
" Thomas, foreman, 2369 Mass. ave. 

h. 42 Reed 
" Thomas, hairdresser, 2381 Mass. av. 

rms. 2307 do. 
" Thomas, paper hanger, 51 Holyoke, 

h. do. 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 4 Murray 
" Thomas Jr. plumber's helper, b. 4 
Murray 

" see Hews, also Huse 



Hughman Harold Percy, at Adams 

Ex. Co. b. 298 Brookline 
Huling Huldah S. widow odH John C. 
Jr. h. 101 Trowbridge 
" Ray Greene, head master, English' 
High school, h. 101 Trowbridge 
Hull Betsey Mrs. at Baptist Home, b. 
308 Brookline 
' Jennie, widow of Joseph, h. 347 

Winsor 
" Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 2' 
Gorham 
Hulst Alexander, fireman, B. h. 5 

Erie 
Hultgren Ernest, candy maker, b. 242 

Broadway 
Humans Blanche P. and Leona P. h. 70 
Antrim 
" Jessie E. bookkeeper, b. 70 Antrim 
" William, electrician, h. 70 Antrim 
Humbert John B. bottler, B. h. 28 Har- 
vey 
" Samuel B. piano maker, h. 51 Par- 
ker 
Hume Alma B. Mrs. h. 473 Broadway 
" Charles W. carpenter, h. 13 Pros- 
pect 
" John C. foreman, 864 Main, h. lOt 

School . 
" Joseph S. carpenter, h. 37 Prospect 
Humpheys iSusan Mrs. h. 63 Magee 
Humphrey Charles S. saddlery hard- 
ware, 75 Federal, B. h. 26 Forest 
" David, h. 23 Maple ave. 
" George, lumber surveyor, 13 Broad- 
way, h. 48 Cedar 
" Lewis, b. 23 Maple ave. 
" Thomas, h. 137 Oxford 
Humphreys Charles, laborer, h. 78* 
Crescent ave. 
" Sophia, widow of John W. h. 104 
Mt. Auburn 
Humphries William W. grocer, 24 

Brookline, h. 211 Harvard 
Humphry Newton J. printer, h. 44 

• Grant 
Hung Hing, laundry, 538 Cambridge 

" Lee, laundry, 705 Main, h. do. 
Hunnewell Caroline, widow of James 
A. h. 6 Ash st. pi. 
" Charles H. real estate, 1328 Mass. 

ave. h. 134 Mt. Auburn 
" Charles H. M. plumber, 1440 Mass. 

ave. h. 7 Sumner 
" E. Louise, nurse, rms. 62 Orchard 
" Frank M. piano regulator. 530 

Main, b. 6 Ash st. pi. 
" Franklin, paper hanger, 14 Church, 

h. 17 Hil'liard 

" Fred A. student, M. I. T., B. b. 18 
Orchard 



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[H] 



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295 



Hunnewell James W. papers, confec- 
tionery, etc. 2074 Mass. ave. h. 
18 Orchard 

"' Mabel, clerk, B. b. 17 Hilliard 

*' William A. (Baker-Hunnewell Co.) 
coal, 161 Main, 624 Mass. ave. 11 
Brattle, and 127 Cambridge and 
20 Exchange pi. B. h. at Somer- 
ville 
Hunson Frank H. upholsterer, 350 
Washing-ton, B. h. 70 Green 

" Stephen C. carpenter, h. 214 Put- 
nam ave. 

" Stephen C. Mrs. dressmaker, 214 
Putnam ave. h. do. 

"' Walter S. pressman, b. 214 Put- 
nam ave. 

" William H. wire worker, h. 31 Tre- 
mont 
Hunt Abram, porter, h. 91 Harvard 

" Benjamin F. Jr. fancy goods, 55 
Hanover, B. h. 1728 Mass. ave. 

" Charles L. editor, 128 Purchase, B. 
h. 52 Wendell 

" Edgar F. (Edgar F. Hunt & Co.) 
bookseller and stationer, 575 
Mass. ave. h. 5 Clinton 

HUNT EDGAR F. & CO. (Edgar 
F. Hunt), booksellers and station- 
ers, 575 Mass. ave. See back cover 

" Elizabeth T. widow of Freeman, h. 
12 EPumlboldt 

" Ellen, widow of William H. h. 9 
Irving' terrace 

" Ernest E. diary cutter, h. 215 Au- 
burn 

" Ernest E. machinist, b. 134 Auburn 

" Eva C. bookkeeper, 1372 Mass. ave. 
b. 9 Irving terrace 

HUNT FREEMAN, lawyer. 23 
Pemberton sq. B. h. 16 Lancaster. 
See page 856 

si Herbert, clerk, B. b. 2575 Mass. ave. 
" Homer F. clerk, 55 Hanover, B. b. 

1728 Mass. ave. 
" Horace P. clerk, 55 Hanover, B. b. 

1728 Mass. ave. 
k Irene E. h. 9 Irving terrace 
" Jabez M. carpenter, h. 98 Pearl 
' James, mason, h. 130 Garden 
" James F. machinist, h. 134 Auburn 
' John B. plumber, b. 9 Irving ter- 
race 
; Matthias, porter, h. 38% Kinnaird 
" Michael, farm hand, h. 1 Madison 

ave. 
' Norman L. blacksmith, h. 14% 

Rindge ave. 
' Samuel F. undertaker, 36 Big'elow, j 
h. do. 

" Thomas, lawyer, h. 19 Ware 



Hunt Wililard E. hatter, h. 782 Main 

" William, laborer, h. 88 Hastings 

" William, upholsterer, h. 295 River 

" William B. (William B. Hunt & Co.) 
apothecary, 605 Mass. ave. h. at 
Boston 

" William H. trav. salesman, h. 66 
Allston 

'' W. B. & Co. (William B. Hunt and 
George L. Bobbins) apothe- 
caries, 605 Mass. ave. 
Hunteman Richard, clerk, b. 996 Cam- 
bridge 
Hunter Albert E. waiter, h. 93 Main 

" Alexander, tinsmith, b. 890 Main 

" D. Edgar, mech. expert, h. 2 High- 
land park 

" George, proof reader, Journal, h. 
95 Inman 

" John, laborer, b. 129 Putnam ave. 

" John, porter, h. 169 Main 

' ; John, seaman, b. 725 Cambridge 

" John, tinsmith, b. 89 Main 

" John A. stoves, etc. 398 Mass. ave. 
rms. S90 Main 

" John W. foreman. 746 Main, h. 46 
Clark 

" Joseph M. machinist, b. 46 Clark 

" Mary Mrs. h. 2 Crescent 

" Nancy P. widow of Joseph J. h. 28 
Ellsworth ave. 

" Robert W. lawyer, b. 2 Crescent 

" Thomas L. foreman, h. 407 Mass. 
ave. 

" William, teamster, 922 Cambridge, 
h. at Somerville 
Hunting Charles, artist, rms. 50 Aus- 
tin 

" Henry A. sign painter, 728 Mass. 
ave. h. 92 Pleasant 

" James D. sign painter, 728 Mass. 
ave. h. do. 
Huntington Herbert R. tube maker, 
rms. 36 Austin 

" James, h. 1642 Mass. ave. 
Huntley Elbridge, carpenter, h. 827 
Main 

" Ellen P. Mrs. b. 8 White 

" Ervin C. clerk, b. 8 White 
Huntress Annie E. h. 310 Prospect 

" Edward T. h. 310 Prospect 
Hupper Herbert J. oiler, B. h. 4 Law- 
rence 
Hurd Arthur W. stock broker, B. b. 
28 Howard 

" Edward A. carriage painter, 2225 
Mass. ave. h. 2 Henderson ct. 

" Elisha, watchman, River, h. 86 Kin- 
naird 

" Elizabeth, h. 69 Pleasant 

" Emmie E. widow of George H. h. 
28 Howard 



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Hurd Erastus A. salesman, h. 116 Put- 
nam ave. 
" George W. b. 69 Pleasant 
" James D. Mrs. h. 6 Cleveland 
" John, teamster, b. 86 Kinnaird 
" Theodore C. clerk of courts, Court 

House, Third, h. at Winchester 
Hureau George, piano maker, b. 16 

Warren 
Hurlbut B. S. sec. H. U. office, Univ. 

Hall, rms. 7 Hollis Hall 
" Clara A. widow, 'b. 425 Broadway 
" George, motorman, b. 2 R. R. blk. 

Frank 
" William S. dry goods, 20 Hanover, 

B. h. 425 Broadway 
" Willis, driver, 1906 Mass. ave. h. at 

Somerville 
Hurley Daniel, h. 141 Fifth 
" Daniel, cracker baker, b. 40 Warren 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 75 Gore 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 15 Marney 
" Daniel F. bottler, 198 Third, h. 186 

Otis 
" Daniel H. h. 201 Elm 
" Daniel J. conductor, b. 179 Otis 
" Dennis, laiborer, B. & M. R. R. h. 152 

Bridge 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 33 Harding 
" Dennis, student, b. 22 Marion 
" Dennis J. painter, 22 Church, b. 14 

Foster 
" Honora, widow of John, h. 40 W T ar- 

ren 
" James, h. 63 Gore 
" James, laborer, h. 17 Short 
" James, laborer, h. 22 North 
" James, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 132 Otis 
" Jeremiah, clerk, 137 Harvard, b. 216 

Columbia 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 141 Fifth 
" Jeremiah H. salesman, h. 505 Cam- 
bridge 
" John, farm hand, b. 194 Sherman 
" John, foreman, B. h. off Washburn 

ave. 
" John, laborer, h. 22 Marion 
" John, wire worker, h. 62 Plymouth 
" John F. mail driver, b. 126 Spring 

HURLEY JOHN H.lawyer, 505 
Cambridge, and 73 Tremont, rm. 

488, B. See page 856 
" John J. laborer, h! 103 Spring 
" John P. at Kennedy's bakery, b. 22 

Marion 
" Julia, widow of Timothy, h. 76 

Rindge ave. 

" Margaret, clerk, 575 Cambridge, b. 
409 do. 

" Margaret, widow of Maurice, h. 194 
Sherman 



Hurley Mary, widow of Michael, h. 216 
Columbia 

" Mary A. dressmaker, 15 Marney, b. 

do. 
" Mary E. clerk, 151 Harvard, b. 216 

Columbia 
" Mary T. Mrs. dressmaker, 327 Win- 

sor, h. do. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 156 Harvard 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 10 Fourth 
" Patrick F. conductor, h. 61 Prince 
" Patrick F. police, station 3, h. 34 

Fifth 
" Patrick J. laborer, h. 14 Foster 
" Patrick J. mason, h. 3 Whitney ct. 
" Thomas, h. 670 Cambridge 
" Thomas, brakeman, B. & M. R. R. 

h. 5 Chester pk. 
" Thomas J. carpenter, h. 126 Spring" 
" Thomas J. shoemaker, h. 24 Berk- 
shire 
" Timothy B. bridge works, h. r. 103 

Spring 
" Timothy J. laborer, h. 263 Portland 
" William, b. 670 Cambridge 
" William J. printer, b. 409 Cam- 
bridge 
" see Herlihy, also Herelihy 
Hurll Harry. G. grocer, 62 Beacon, B. 

h. r. 17 Tremont 
Hursh Christopher S. 35 Hawley. B. h. 

93 Huron ave. 
Hurst Albert A. motorman, h. 25b 

Mill 
Hurter William F. salesman, h. 25 

Highland ave. 
- Husband Catherine, widow of William, 
h. 4 Lamont ave. 
" John J. iron foundry, h. 103 Gore 
" William P. motorman, h. 4 Lamont 
ave. 
Huse George M. manager, 178 Wash- 
ington, B. h. 2024 Mass. ave. 
Huskin Bernard, h. 26 Winter 
Huson Patience A. Mrs. h. 37 Quincy 
Hussey Clara, widow of Joshua, h. 85 
Third 
" Eliza M. teacher, Putnam gram- 
mar school, b. 342 Broadway 
" John D. teamster, h. 433 Cambridge 

HUSSEY RUEL W. painter, 5 
Palmer, h. 205 Lake View ave. See 
page 22 
Huston Albert F. milk dealer, b. 209 
Green 
" David, laborer, h. r. 342 Green 

" Freeland L. diamond polisher,b.38a 

Orchard 
" Mason, teamster, h. 184 Charles 
" Samuel P. carpenter, h.38a Orchard 



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297 



Hatchings Francis W. piano case mak- 
er, 530 Main, h. 55a Market 
" George S. organ mnfr. 23 Irvington, 

B. h. 75 Henry 
" John, piano maker, h. 4 Harold pi. 
" Stephen, building mover, h. 7 Ports- 
mouth 
" William F. printer, b. 54 Webster 
ave. 
Hutchins Abby, teacher, b. 24 Cogs- 
well ave. 
" Alexander, h. Ill Hammond 
" Amy, teacher, Jamaica Plain, b. 6 

White 
" Frank, collector, 450 Washington, 

B. h. 24 Cogswell ave. 
" Jason D. salesman, B. b. 3 Linwood 

pi. 
" John M. teamster, h. 35 Winter 
" John M. Mrs. variety, 35 Winter, h. 

do. 
" Lucy H. widow of Charles T. h. 24 

Cogswell ave. 
" Mary H. widow of William, florist, 

826% Somerville ave. h. 6 do. 
" Nellie A. teacher, Shepard school, 

b. 6 White 
" William E. lawyer, 606 Sears bldg. 
B. h. 6 White 
Hutchinson Albert E. agent, 527 Mass. 
ave. h. 26 Norfolk 
Alberto, machinist, h. 136 Columbia 
Alexander, h. 10 Appian Way 
Annie, widow of James C. h. 235 

Columbia 
Carlson, ins. agt. b. 248 Prospect 
Charles E. clerk, 111 Putnam ave. 

h. 80 Wendell 
Edward E. 75 Hawley, B. h. 25 Has- 
kell 
Elizabeth E. Mrs. h. 49b Trow- 
bridge 
Ernest, carpenter, h. 152 Pearl 
Frank W. h. 162 Raymond 
George, cutter,H. M. Sawyer & Son, 

Thorndike, h. 204 Charles 
George A. teamster, B. h. 20 Hollis 
George H. cashier, 43 Canal, B. b. 

47 William 
Hiram N. (Otis S. Brown & Co.) 
flour, etc. Ill Bridge, h. at Bed- 
ford 
Isabelle, widow of James, h. 80 
Wendell 

James H. janitor, 891 Mass. ave. 

John R. motorman, h. 21 Mead 

LleweJyn, machinist, 184 Broad- 
way, h. 136 Columbia 

Mary A. Mrs. b. 31 Walden 

Nathan, moulder, h. 68 Pearl 



Hutchinson Peter J. letter carrier, P. 
O., B. h. 47 William 

" Stephen, building mover, h.7 Ports- 
mouth 

" Stephen, machinist, h. 140 Harvard. 
Hutchison Catherine A. widow of Rob- 
ert R. h. 10 Jay 

" Colin, carpenter, b. 80 Brookline 

" Elizabeth G. teacher, Thorndike 
grammar school, h. 63 Oxford 

" Helen I. principal, Riverside kin- 
dergarten school, Putnam ave. 
h. 10 Jay 

" John A. spring bed mnfr. B. h. 119 
Magazine 

" Thomas, carpenter, h. 63 Oxford 

" William J. carpenter, h. 80 Brook- 
line 
Huter Jacob, laborer, b. 137 Clark 

" Philip, laborer, h. 137 Clark 
Hyatt Alpheus, asst. at Museum of 
Comparative Zoology, h. Francis 
ave. 

" H. R. Mrs. h. Francis ave. 
Hyde Abbie, widow of John H. h. "< v 
North 

" Dana W. (Dana W. Hyde & Co.) dry 
goods, etc. 639 Mass. ave. h. 171 
Hancock 

HYDE DANA W. & CO. (Dana 
VV. Hyde), dry goods, etc. 4 Hyde's 
block, 639 Mass. ave. See p. 834 

" Frank O. salesman, h. 14 Whitney 
ave. 

" Fred A. clerk, 1338 Mass. ave. b. 958 
do. 

" George W. trav. salesman, h. 32 
Mellen 

i% Gertrude A. clerk, Cambridge j>ort 
Savings Bank, 689 Mass. ave. b. 
171 Hancock 

" John, laborer, b. 18 Seventh 

" John, mason's helper, h. 325 Web- 
ster ave. 

" Maria E. widow of Edward, h. 307 
Harvard 

" Michael, tinsmith, 29 Boylston, b,. 
• 63 do. 

" Michael J. laborer, h. 1019 Cam- 
bridge 

" Patrick, laborer, b. 1019 Cambridge 

" Robert, clerk, b. 18 Seventh 

" Thomas J. laborer, b. 58 North 
Hyland Christopher J. stevedore, h.127 
Putnam ave. 

" Dennis, slater, h. 44 Seventh 

" Edward, carpenter, b. 345 Norfolk 
Hylen Frans. brass worker, h. 6 Hotel 

Moore 
Hynes Edmund T. bookbinder, b. 14 
Upton 



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Hynes James M. painter, b. 14 Upton 
" Margaret L. widow of Thomas, h. 

14 Upton 
" Norah, clerk, 691 Cambridge, h. 693 

do. 
" Thomas W. carver, b. 14 Upton 
" Wilfred F. laborer, b. 14 Upton 
" William H. wire worker, h. 9 Erie 
Hyslop Robert, laborer, h. 9 Brewery 
Hyson Hollis R. steam fitter, B. b. 11 
Gardner 

IACANO BARTEL, furit, 523 Mass. 

ave. h. at Somerville 
lammarone Dominico (lammaroiie & 
Stafino), hairdressers, 349 Main 
h. do. 
' & Stafino (D. lammarone and John 
Stafino), hairdresser, 349 Main, 
Idelson Charles, peddler, h. 1019 Cam- 
bridge 
Igo James, city teamster, h. Lexington 
" John, grocer, 2483 Mass. ave. h. 2485 

do. 
' John, laborer, b. James Igo's 
' Peter, produce peddler, b. 2485 
Mass. ave. 
Thomas, laborer, b. 2450 Mass. ave. 
" Thomas W. boys' boat mnfr. 387 
Western ave. h. do. 
Illsley Benjamin A. clerk, b. 29 Wen- 
dell 
'' Louise E. h. 11 Summer 
" William H. clerk, h. 29 Wendell 
Imrie Agnes Mrs. h. 173 Hampshire 
' Thomas, blacksmith, b. 173 Hamp- 
shire 
Independent Ice Co., Second ,n. Charles, 

office 25 Blackstone, Boston 
Ingalls Ann W. at training school, b. 
56% Market 
■ Charles W. stable, at Somerville, h. 
204 Elm, N. Cambridge 

' Edward B. upholsterer, 76 y 2 Pleas- 
ant, h. do. 

; Ernest, foreman, b. 129 Washing- 
ton 

" Frank E. (F. E. Ingalls & Co.) 
apothecary, 1238 Cambridge, h. 
at Boston 

' F. E. & Co. (Frank E. Ingalls) 
apothecaries, 1238 Cambridge 

' Henry B. variety store,249i/ Broad- 
way, h. 56y 2 Market 

' John H. piano tuner, 631 Mass. ave. 
h. at Lexington 

' William H. piano tuner, rms. 204 
Auburn 

"' see Ingols 



Ingersoll Benjamin, hatter, h. 16 Har- 
vard 
" Fred W. engineer, h. 29 Tufts 
Ingols Margaret R. private school, 17 

Berkeley, h. 12 Concord ave. 
Ingraham Augustine M. clerk, 300 
Broadway, b. 8 Tremont 
" A. Estella, principal, Sleeper, 

school, b. 2254 Mass. ave. 
" Flora C. teacher, Shepard school, 

b. 31 Walden 
" Jane, widow of John, h. 20 South 
" Mary E. teacher, Thorndike school, 

h. 18 Day 
" Thomas, teamster, h. 30 Hancock 
Ingram Harry, rubber worker, h. 107 

Hampshire 
Inman Frank, teamster, h. 18 Cherry 
Innis Brunswick S. piano maker, h. 24 
Clark 
" James, laborer, b. 170 Gore 
" John, laborer, h. 170 Gore 
" Nicholas, printer, b. 170 Gore 
" Roderick, wood worker, 2443 Mass, 
ave. h. at Somerville 
Institute of 1770 (The), 28 Plympton 

" Hall, 271 Cambridge 
Ireland Elmer C. clerk, b. 267 Pearl 
" George W. (C. H. Smith & Co.) gro- 
cer, 265 Pearl, h. 177 Magazine 
" Harry C. designer, h. 106 ElTery 
" Herbert A. clerk, 529 Mass. ave. h. 

85 Franklin 
" Jerome D. driver, b. 2 Rockwell 
" Rinaldo E. baker, 87 Pleasant, h. 2 

Rockwell 
" Sheldon C. laborer, h. 267 Pearl 
" Sheridan F. car conductor, h. 50 
Boylston 
Ireson Adeline M. b. 29 Everett 
Irish Eva, teacher, Cushing school, b. 
46 Bigelow 
" John J. tinsmith, b. 76 Spring 
Ironmonger Charles T. oysters, B. h. 

1 Ellsworth park 
Irvine Elizabeth, widow of John E. h. 
10 Laurel 
" Harry F. clerk, B. b. 5 Day 
" H. E. Mrs. h. 5 Day 
" Percy S. clerk, b. 5 Day 
Irving Charles R. (Irving & Casson) 
Otis, cor. First, h. at Chelsea 

" Edward, teamster, h. 163 Bridge 

" John W. porter, Perkins Hall, H. U. 
rms. 5 do. 

" L. Dudley, bookbinder, b. 305 
Broadway 

" Thomas H. upholsterer, h. 197 
Third 

" William J. 106 Court, B. h. 58 Lake 
View ave. 



CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY 



299' 



Irving & Casson (Charles R. Irving- and 

Robert Casson), mantel mnfrs. 

and interior finish, Otis, cor. 

First, and 150 Boylston, B. 

Irwin Adam, motorman, h. 4 DeWolfe 

" Agnes, dean, Radoliffe College, h. 1 

Garden 
" Ohristopher, hostler, 160 Norfolk, 

b. 113 Columbia 
" James, peddler, h. 148 Tremont 
"' James W. upholsterer, 25 Brattle, 
h. 8iy 2 Concord ave. 
Isaac James H. bookbinder, R. P. h. 13 
Hews 
" Joseph E. clerk, State House, B. 

fb. 22 Howard 
" Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 22 

Howard 
" Sarah J. clerk, b. 22 Howard 
Isaacs John F. polisher, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 34 Portsmouth 
Isacke Henry, watchmaker, 613 Mass. 

ave. h. at Boston 
Isc'her Edward, carver, h. 173 y 3 Spring 
Isen Morris, painter, h. 309 Portland 
Isenlberg Goodwin A. boots and shoes, 
723 Main, h. 12a Cottage 
" John E. shoemaker, 1252 Mass. ave. 
h. 261 Franklin 
Ivers Francis Mrs. h. 36 Mt. Vernon 
" Frank H. (F. Ivers & Son) h. 36 Mt. 

Vernon 
" F. & Son (Frank H.), carriage 

mnfrs. 1953 to 1963 Mass. ave. 
" Patrick J. gardener, h. 39 Baldwin 
" Warren, constalble and collector, 

office and h. 379 Harvard 
" William H. president, Ivers & Pond 
Piano Co. 530 Main, h. at Ded- 
ham 
" & Pond Piano Co. piano mnfrs. 
Wm. H. Ivers, pres. Geo. A. Gib- 
son, treas. 530 Main, and 114 
Boylston, B. 
Ivester John I. master mariner, h. 26 

Hubbard ave. 
Izzard James H. farmer, h. 27 Brew- 
ery 

JACINTHO FRANK, h. 20 Jefferson 
Jacklin Edgar, fireman, 708 Main, h. 

95 Columbia 
Jackman George P. clerk, h. 105 All- 
ston 
" Irving H. manager, 7 Chardon, B. 

h. 586 Putnam ave. 
" Walter S. engineer, h. 29 Sixth 
Jackson Arthur L. salesman, B. b. 17 
Follen 
' Byron, cook, b. 1610 Cambridge 
" Charles W. tinsmith, b. 33 Moore 



Jackson David L. teamster, 243 Broad- 
way, h. 81 Pine 

Eliza, widow of Richard, h. 134 
Rindge ave. 

Eliza M. widow of Anson H. h. 46 
Eustis 

Enoch S. janitor, h. 5 West 

Francis H. brass finisher, h. 240 
Charles 

George E. Jr. salesman, 272 Devon- 
shire, B. h. 124 Antrim 

George M. clerk, B. b. 79 Tremont 

George S. H. clerk, 64 Anderson, B. 
h. 22 Woodbridge 

Gilman D. fish, 64 Anderson, B. h. 
208 Western ave. 

Gilman F. clerk, 64 Anderson, B. b. 
208 Western ave. 

Harriet E. Mrs. h. 232 Putnam ave. 

Jacob, shoemaker, h. 428 Cam- 
bridge 

James, dry goods, 276 and 280 
Broadway, h. 253% do. 

James, iron moulder, h. 33 Wash- 
ing'ton 

James E. waiter, b. 108 Pine 

James T. coachman, h. 24 Union 

John, car cleaner, h. 32 Brewery 

John, laborer, h., 10 Eighth 

John, porter, h. 28 Grigg 

John A. at health dept. City Hall,. 
h. 29 Surrey 

John N. hairdresser, 210 Hamp- 
shire, h. at Somerville 

John W. laborer, h. 9 Flagg st. ct. 

Louis P. draughtsman, 2 Central 
sq. h. 58 Amory 

Patrick T. cotton buyer, 53 State, 
B. h. 17 Follen 

Patrick T. Jr. b. 17 Follen 

Philomene Mrs. b. 16 Cottage Park 
ave. 

Rebecca Mrs. dressmaker, 24 Union, 
h. do. 

Robert L. motorman, h. 1610 Cam- 
bridge 

Robert S. carpenter, h. 47 Hub- 
bard ave. 

Samuel H. waiter, h. 78 Kinnaird 

Thomas, foreman, Otis Wood Wks. 
Otis, h. 114 Fourth 

Warren, jail officer, h. 114 Fifth 

William, laborer, h. 40 Jackson 

William A. waiter, h. 24 Grigg 

William H. waiter, h. 108 Pine 
Jaclard Stephen, trav. salesman, b. 80 

Antrim 
Jacobs Aaron A. pressman, Globe, B. 
h. 237 Columbia 
" Allen, student, b. 19 Pleasant 
" Carosly, hostler, h. 225 Vine 
" Charles, laborer, h. r. 293 Third 



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Jacobs Effie R. dressmaker, 14 Eliot, b. 
do. 
" George K. machinist, h. 1 State 
" George W. broker, B. h. 8 Florence 
" Harry, laborer, h. r. 293 Third 
" Isabel A. asst. Public Library, b. 19 

Pleasant 
*' John, baker, h. 479 Winsor 
" John B. carpenter, h. 14 Eliot 
" John H. agent, Armstrong- Trans- 
fer Co. h. 22 Pearl 
■" Mary, widow of William G. h. 23? 

Columbia 
" Sarah S. h. 19 Pleasant 
" William T. clerk, b. 31 Fayette 
Jaoobsen Ingwal (Hjorth & Jacob- 
sen), com. mer. 786 Main, h. 18 

Vernon 
Jacobson Christian, cabinet maker, h. 

314 Prospect 
" Henning Rev. pastor, Swedish 

Evan. Luth. church, h. 95 Pine 
" John, salesman, h. r. 146 Spring" 
" John C. carriage trimmer, h. 135 

Columbia 
" Joseph Robert, cigar maker, h. 312 

Third 
" Raphael, cabinet maker, 628 Mass. 

ave. h. 36i/ 2 Baldwin 
Jacques Charles C. lumber, B. h. 126 

Putnam ave. 
" George H. moulder, h. 126 Putnam 

ave. 
Jaggar Thomas A. Rt. Rev. D. D. h. 42 

Concord ave. 
" Thomas A. Jr. instructor, H. U. h. 

42 Concord ave. 
Jahomsen Edward O. cabinet maker, 

h. 317 Prospect 
James Agnes L. clerk, Somerville, b. 5 

Huron ave. 
" Albert, city laborer, h. Reed st. ct. 
" Alexander, cook, h. r. 55 Harvard 
" Charles, caterer, 1 Village, h. do. 

JAMES CHARLES, grocer, 517 
Mass. ave. h. 123 Green. See 

page 815 
" Edward B. lumber, 16 Central whf. 

B. h. 88 Lake View ave. 
" Elizabeth G. widow of John W. h. 

5 Huron ave. 
" Henry, painter, h. 278 Vine 
" Henry, switchman, 1376 Mass. ave. 

h. 3 Butler ct. 
" Herbert L. clerk, 1865 Mass. ave. b. 

5 Huron ave. 
" John, laborer, 'b. 35 Hastings- 
■" Joseph, nurse, h. 31 Bismarck 
" Mary A. H. Mrs. nurse, h. 31 Bis- 
marck 
■" William, professor of philosophy, 

H. U. h. 95 Irving 



James William A. teller, National City 
Bank, 765 Mass. ave. h. at Bos- 
ton 
" William Basset, clerk, B. b. 88 
Lake View ave. 
Jameson Edwin A. L. straw goods, 20 
Chauncy, B. h. 45 Mt. Vernon 
" James J. at Am. Rub. Co. h. 17 

Marney 
" Winiihrop M. straw goods, 20 
Chauncy, B. h. 112 Huron ave. 
Jameison Donald, produce, b. 49 El- 
lery 
" Isabella E. widow of John W. B. h. 

49 Ellery 
" Margaret M. b. 49 Ellery 
Jamieson H. W. h. 25 Howard 
Janes Benjamin F. h. 2192 Mass. ave. 
" Charles J. h. 2203 Mass. ave. 
" Eben, horseshoer. 100 Portland, h. 

7 Suffolk 
" John, action maker, 162 Broadway, 
h. at Somerville 
Janifer Edward F. hostler, 360 Main, 

h. do. 
Jankiewiez Michael, sugar house, h. 

176 Third 
Jankin Carl, foundryman, b. 10 Broad- 
way 
Jaquith Lavinia M. Mrs. h. 14 Ells- 
worth ave. 
" Leon, b. 14 Ellsworth ave. 
Jarossenski Alexander, brass finisher, 

\h. 136 Fifth 
Jarvis Amos B. bookbinder, h. 53 
Pleasant 
" Charles A. pressman, h. 46 Eustis 
" Edward A. printer, b. 53 Pleasant 
" Henry, bricklayer, h. 5 Jay 
" Horatio N. butcher, h. 234 Winsor 
Jayes Charles M. porter, 7 Clinton 
market, B. h. Whittemore ave. 
" Damien, h. 8 Clifton 
" George H. brick burner, B. S. B. 

Co. h. 44 Bolton 
" Julius D. nurse, b. 12 White 
" see Diez 
Jean Alexander, carpenter, h. 9 Mont- 
gomery 
Jefferson Hans, j> roauce peddler, h. 
187 Sherman 
" James, warehouseman, University 

Press, h. 9 Eliot 
" John W. laborer, h. r. 7 Madison 
" Nicholas, laborer, h. 5 Bradbury 
" Robert T. Mrs. h. 17 Murdock 
Jeffrey Charles, plasterer, h. 16 Cherry 
" Stephen E. (Hilton & Jeffrey) stair 
builder, 17 River, h. 252 Green 
Jelley William J. shipper, h. 815 Main 
Jellison Charles E. clerk, at Somer- 
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301 



Jellison William, steam fitter, h. 8% 
South 

" William Jr. plumber's helper, 8 

Brattle, b. 8y 2 South 
Jelly Arthur H. salesman, 10 Central 
whf. B. b. 150 Thorndike 

" Emeline A. widow of James, h. 150 
Thorndike 
Jenkins Abbie D. Mrs. h. 18 Beech 

" Abner, carpenter, h. 7 Huron ave. 

" Alex C. ins. inspector, 71 Kilby, B. 
h. 18 Beech 

" Andrew C. grocer, h. 398 Columbia 

" Charles A. mill supplies, 13 Central 
whf. B. h. 18 Beech 

" David, carpenter, b. 478 Putnam av. 

*' David Jr. iron worker, h. 478 Put- 
nam ave. 

" George, porter, b. 91 Harvard 

" Ira L. clerk, 143 Pearl, b. 21 Cot- 
tage 

4t James G. carpenter, h. 679 Main 

" Melville P. grocer, 246 Broadway, 
h. 65 Norfolk 

" William H. H. 2d, waiter, h. 1560 
Cambridge 
Jenner Arthur, clerk, B. rms. 30 Sacra- 
mento 
Jenness Ann E. seamstress, h. 187 
Hampshire 

" Arthur W. lather, h. 69 Columbia 

" Austin T. (A. T. Jenness & Co.) 
teamster, 2 Mill 

" A. T. & Co. (Austin T. Jenness) 
teamsters, 2 Mill 

'" Charles M. clerk, 212 Hampshire, h. 
127 Tremont 

" George H. expressman, b. 35 Pine 

" George L. lather, h. 35 Pine 

" Herbert T. salesman, b. 51 Brook- 
line 

■" James D. gas meter maker, at 
Charlestown, h. 41 Holworthy 

" John L. casket coverer, h. 80 An- 
trim 

" Lewis P. salesman, 566 Mass. ave. 
h. 51 Brookline 

" Margaret J. widow of William H. 
b. 80 Antrim 

" Margaret L. widow of John, h. 127 
Tremont 

" Nathaniel, st. car conductor, b. 41 
Holworthy 

" Samuel W. lather, h. 67 Norfolk 

" William H. driver, h. 80 Antrim 

" William I. tube maker, b. 51 Brook- 
line 
Jennings Catherine C. teacher, b. 5 
Park 

" Charles T. milkman, 88 Brookline, 
h. do. 

u Ellen F. widow, h. 43 Hastings 



Jennings George F. custom house, B. 
b. 434 Mass. ave. 
" George W. salesman, B. h. 250 

Brookline 
" Henry L. D. clerk, 694 Cambridge, 

h. 20 Belle vue ave. 
" Joseph J. clerk, P. O., B. b. 5 Park 
" Levi P. job printer, 6 Walden, b. 20 

Belle vue ave. 
" Lizzie Mrs. variety store, 27 Fifth, 

h. do. 
" Mary E. widow of James, h. 5 Park 
" Patrick, currier, h. 5 Cedar 
" Robert, carpenter, h. 442 Green 
" Theodore W. driver, b. 88 Brook- 
line 
" Thomas W. mason, h. 88 Brookline 
" William, laborer, b. 220 Winsor 
Jennison Edwin M. (E. M. Jennison 
& Co.) provisions, 80 and 82 
Pleasant, h. 68 do. 
" E. M. & Co. (E. M. Jennison and C. 
R. Crowell) provisions, and gro- 
ceries, 80 and 82 Pleasant 
" James Mrs. h. 396 Harvard 
" Lucia N. asst. drawing teacher, 
public schools, rms. 32 Magazine 
" Stanley, weigher, Richardson & 
Bacon, b. 396 Harvard 

JENSON BROS. (Henry and Tuke 
H.), confectioners, 331 and 333 
Norfolk. See page 821 
" Henry (Je'nsen Bros.), confectioner, 

331 Norfolk, h. at Dedham 
" Jan S. h. 331 Norfolk 
" Tuke H. (Jensen Bros.) h. 331 Nor- 
folk 
Jerauld Emma A. widow of Albert E. 

h. 60 Austin 
Jerome Joseph, brakeman, B. & A. R. 

R. h. 62 Harvard 
Jerris Ellen, widow of William H. h. 
13 Summer, 
" Frederick L. lawyer, B. b. 13 Sum- 
mer 
" Harriet L. h. 13 Summer 
Jervis Edward H. steam fitter, h. r. 17 

Webster ave. 
Jessey An'tonia, laborer, b. 8 Berk- 
shire 
Jessop George F. b. 29 Bigelow 
" Joseph H. confectioner, B. h. 29 

PJigelow 
" Manuel, baker, b. 67 Gore 
Jesus Louisa, widow of Joan, h. 20 

Spring 
Jewell Ann, widow of Hosea, h. 6 
Pleasant pi. 
" Arthur, battery man, City bldg. b. 

25 Grigg 
" Charlotte E. principal, Quincy 
sclbool, b. 6 Pleasant pi. 



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Jewell David, wood worker, h. 30 Ells- 
worth ave. 

" Edward C. lawyer, 34 School, B. 
h. 31 Langdon 

" Frederick A. musician, h. 18 Wat- 
son 

" Hattie L. teacher, Putnam school, 
b. 30 Ellsworth ave. 

" Peter T. hairdresser, h. 25 Grigg 

" William E. lawyer, 34 School, B. h. 
31 Langdon 

" William E. Jr. clerk, B. & M. R. R., 
B. h. 31 Langdon 
Jewett Dexter, police, station 1, h. 154 
Mt. Auburn 

" Drucella, widow of Stephen, h. 101 
Thorndike 

" Josie E. Mrs. dressmaker, h. 25 
Lee 

" see Jouett 
Jim Marsh, laundry, 1975 Mass. ave. 
rms. do. 

" Willie, laundry, 281 Broadway, h. 
do. 
Joel Harry W. cigar maker, h. 12 Wat- 
son 

" Lewis W. fruit dealer, b. 10 Watson 

" Moses, fruit and vegetable dealer, 
b. 10 Watson 

" Samuel W. fruit dealer, h. 10 Wat- 
son 
Johanson Albin L. engineer, b. 49 Co- 
lumbia 

" Alfred, upholsterer, h. 215 Norfolk 

" Alfred, wood carver, b. 1 Lamson 
pi. 

" August, piano case maker, h. 77 
Washington 

" A. P. laborer, h. 107 Gore 

JOHANSON A. & BRO. (A. Jo- 
hanson), iron works, Thorndike, 
cor. First. See page 795 
" Carl P. piano maker, h. 54 Clark 
" Edward, cabinet maker, h. 317 

Prospect 
" Gustaf, b. 555 Main 
" Hugo, mason, b. 287 Green 
" John W. glazier, h. 86 Washington 
" Samuel, coachman, 8 Dana, h. 19 

Centre 
" see Johnson 
Johnasson Samuel A. carpenter, h. 86 

Washington 
John Frank L. expressman, h. 5 Stir- 
ling terrace 

" Lee laundry, 2053 Mass. ave. rms. 
do. 

Johnnene Gustav, musician, h. 238 
Brookline 

Johnquist Charles E. machinist, h. 
Moxom bldg. Green 



Johnson Adeline A. widow of William 
A. h. 120 Winsor 

" Albert, carriage smith, h. r. 122 
Otis 

" Alexander, bookkeeper, 336 Main, 
b. 22 Green 

" Alonzo F. clerk, P. O., B. h. 379 
Cambridge 

" Amandus, laborer, h. 21 Harrison 

" Andrew, carriagesmith, 261 Main, 
h. 44 Broadway 

" Andrew J. at 23 Pemberton sq. B. 
h. 173 Lake View ave. 

" Annie, employment office and 
boarding house, 764 Main 

" Annie Mrs. clerk, 39 Boylston, h. 15 
Market 

" August, cabinet maker, b. 110 
Thorndike 

" August, rigger, h. 90 Washington 

" Axel, blacksmith, h. 21 Oak circle 

" Axel, bridge builder, b. 1 Hotel 
Pleasant 

" Bartlett B. cook, B. rms. 224 Co- 
lumbia 

" Ben M. fish merchant, Dock sq. B. 
h. 14 Ellsworth ave. 

" Bengt, cabinet maker, h. 242 Nor- 
folk 

" Caswell, pigs' feet dealer, h. 72 Har- 
vard 

" Catherine, h. 208 Third 

" Charles, blacksmith, h. 253 Vine 

" Charles, sausage maker, b. 162 
Thorndike 

" Charles A. machinist, h. 9 Hotel 
Harrison 

" Charles B. porter, h. 60 Washington 

" Charles B. salesman, h. 89 Antrim 

" Charles E. cabinet maker, h. 764 
Main 

" Charles E. moulder, h. 185 Harvard 

" Charles F. salesman, B. h. 59 Aus- 
tin 

" Charles M. motorman, h. 297 Green 

" Charles M. waiter, h. 55 Washing- 
ton 

" Charles O. motorman, h. 78 Brook- 
line 

" Christian, clerk, b. 40 Market 

" Christian, organ maker, h. 26 
Worcester 

" Clarence, teamster, 97 Concord ave. 
b. do. 

" Cornelius J. laborer, b. 104 Aniory 

" Dana, R. clerk, 9 Hampshire, h. at 
Somerville 

" Daniel, driver, Hatch & Co. rms. 67 
Walker 

" David, laborer, b. 2 Gray pi. 

" David, porter, h. 151 Hastings 



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Johnson Edith M. accountant, 79 
Brattle, b. 18 Garden 
" Emil, cornice maker, b. 547 Main 
" Emil, printer, h. 285 Broadway 
" Emma, h. 115 Washington 
" Emma Mrs. h. 53 Hayes 
" Fannie A. widow of Amos, B. h. 262 

Sidney 
" Flora, widow of Alexander, h. 187 

Portland 
" Francis H. fish, 114 Faneuil Hall 

market, B. h. 14 Dana 
" Frank, piano maker, h. 54 Ports- 
month 
" Frank, salesman, B. b. 290 Harvard 
" Frank H. teamster, h. 89 Harvard 
" Frank L. painter, b. 145 Elm 

Frank W. collector, h. 2301 Mass.av. 
Fred, teamster, b. 27 Brewery 
" Frederick C. watchman, h. 41 Pil- 
grim 
" George, at Coleman Bros. h. r. 159 

Broadway 
" George F. brass moulder, h. 16 Bris- 
tol 
" George P. manager, 47 Franklin, B. 

h. 30 Harris 
" George R. gardener, b. 25 Clay 
" George W. coachman, h. 57 Bristol 
" Gustave, piano case maker, h. 125 

Cherry 
" Gustavus, box maker, h. 101 Hamp- 
shire 
" Henning, painter, b. 90 Washing- 
ton 
" Henry, bottler, h. 1 Allston ct. 
" Henry G. books, 116 Bedford, B. b. 

29* Wendell 
" H. S. Mrs. h. 28 Mt, Auburn 
" Inez C. widow of Gustav, h. 90 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Jacob, laborer, b. 7 Parnell 
11 James, at 169 Gore, h. 528 Winsor 
" James, clerk, b. 33% Tremont 
" James, laborer, h. 174 Gore 
" James, piano frame maker, h. 159 

Harvard 
" Jennie, widow of Robert, h. 93 

Hastings 
" John, brush maker, b. 190 Third 
" John, carpenter, h. 107 y 2 Washing- 
ton 
" John, case maker, rms. 9 Seckle 
" John, laborer, b. 77 Broadway 
" John, piano maker, b. 9 Seckle 
" John, teamster, 130 Washington 
" John A. laborer, h. 2% Sherman 
" John Frederick, blacksmith, h. 147 

Franklin 
" John F. foreman, 70S Main, h. 34 
Cogswell ave. 



Johnson John M. cabinet maker, h. 27 
Pine 
" John M. car conductor, b. 102 Au- 
burn 
" John M. furniture mover, 66 Win- 
sor, b. 130 Washington 
" John P. floor layer, h. 8 Essex 
" John S. salesman, B. h. 100 Austin 
" John W. waiter, Memorial Hall, h. 

9 Baldwin ct. 
" John W. H. porter, State House, B. 

h. 25 Clay 
" Joseph, cabinet maker, h. 20 Lam- 
bert 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 93 Elm 
" Joseph K. porter, h. 237 Norfolk 
" Joseph L. teamster, h. 193 Webster 

ave. 
" Josephine, h. 260 Western ave. 
" Jotham, collector, B. h. 10 Hollis 
" Julia L. Mrs. h. 214 Harvard 
" J. Albert, teamster, h. 795 Cam- 
bridge 
" Lars P. cabinet maker, h. 4 Tor- 

rington pi. 
" Lars P. machinist, h. end Madison 

ave. 
" Lawrence Henry, butcher, h. 102 

Clark 
" Leander, at 169 Gore, b. 469 Cam- 
bridge 
" Lena, boarding house, 9 Seckle 
" Leonard W. draughtsman, B. b. 9 

Meacham 
" Lewis J. asst. prof. H. U. h. 100 

Avon Hill 
" Marshall, fish, 24 Dock sq. B. h. 17 

Centre 
" Martha, widow of John, h. 15 Rail- 
road 
" Mary E. Mrs. janitress, Sleeper 

school, b. 25 Cedar 
" Mary J. Mrs. b. 58 Hammond 
" Matthew, white washer, 99 Banks, 

h. do. 
" Matts, yard foreman, Water town 

Arsenal, h. 49 Belmont 
" Michael, h. 19 Lambert 
" Mildred, housekeeper, b. 56 Lincoln 
" Moses C. janitor, h. 104 Amory 
" Moses H. laborer, h. 77 Hastings 
" Murdoch M. manager, Cambridge 
laundry, 6 Soden, h. 33 Pember- 
ton 
" Nelson, porter, h. 163 Hastings 
" Olaf, polisher, h. 89% Washington 
" Ole, polisher, h. Hotel Edna 
" Olof, carpenter, rms. 53 Columbia 
" Oscar, carpenter, b. 524 Mass. ave. 
" Oscar, machinist, h. 248 Third 
" Oscar, sailmaker, h. 6 Brewery 



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Johnson Oscar, stone cntter, b. 36 
Portsmouth 
" Oscar A. blacksmith, h. 124 Pine 
" Oscar C. J. brick layer, h. 57 Port- 
land 
" Peter, machinist, b. 14 Second 
" Peter, teamster, h. 28 Ninth 
" Peter A. machinist, b. 555 Main 
" Peter W. bookbinder, 50 Arch, B. 

h. 24 Baldwin 
" Reuben, h. 80 Harvard 
" Richard A. draughtsman, B. rms. 

54 Austin 
" Robert, electrician, Somerville, h. 3 

Olive pi. 
" Robert, farm hand, b. 216 Brattle 
" Robert L. waiter, b. 10 Magee 
" Roderick D. salesman, 139 Gore, h. 

187 Portland 
" Rose, widow of James, h. 28 Re- 
gent 
" Russell, waiter, b. 26 Eustis 
" Samuel, coachman, h. 19 Centre 
" Sarah E. housekeeper, 187 Port- 
land 
" Sarah E. widow, h. 157 Winsor 
" Smith H. porter, b. 26 Eustis 
" Stella E. Mrs. physician, 9 Meach- 

am, h. do. 
" Sumner E. clerk, b. 72 Green 
" Theodore, tailor, h. 107 Gore 
" Theodore H. engineer, 81 Main, h. 

18 Brewery 
" Theresa Mrs. b. 183 Hancock 
" Thomas, iron worker, h. 77 Broad- 
way 
" Ulderic, painter, h. 329 Main 
" U. h. 23 Magnolia ave. 
" Wealthy J. widow of Frank H. h. 

15 Centre 
" William, laborer, rms. 53 Columbia 
" William, plumber, b. 190 Third 
" William A. clerk, B. h. 16 Mead 
" William A. messenger, State House, 

B. h. 32 Worcester 
" William P. box maker, h. 15 Mar- 
ket 
" William F. fireman, B. & M. R. R. 

b. 129 Washington 
" William H. Rev. pastor, Third Uni- 
tarian church, h. 26 Lee 
" William T. clerk, h. 39 Kinnaird 
" Willis, coachman, 39 Erie, b. do. 
" W. C. h. 51 Ellery 
" see Johanson 
Johnston Alexander J. clerk, 640 Main, 
b. 22 Green 

" Andrew 1ST. foreman, 113 Broadway, 
h. 46 Bigelow 

" Fred J. foreman, 33 Bowker, B. h. 
106 Thorndike 



Johnston Frederick J. Jr. clerk, b. 106, 
Thorndike 

" George S. printer, h. Hotel Brooks 

" Gordon A. foreman, 8 Osborn, h. 19 
Howard 

" Gustaf, paper hanger, h. 55a Mar- 
ket 

" James, provisions, 1108 Cambridge 

" John PL variety store, 83 Spring, 
rms. do. 

" John W. fireman, steamer No. 1, b. 
21a Park 

" Leon R. motorman, h. 55 Austin 

" Wiliminia S- Mrs. fancj^ goods, 21a 
Park, h. do. 
Johnstone David T. furniture mover, 
h. 14 Jay 

" George J. clerk, 98 Pleasant, b. 14 
Jay 

" James, case maker, h. 168 Webster 
ave. 

" Maggie I. bookkeeper, 674 Mass. av. 
h. 14 Jay 
Joll Charles E. hairdresser, iy 3 Brat- 
tle, b. 4 Gorham 

" George M. hairdresser, iy 2 Brattle, 
h. 4 Gorham 

" Harry D. draughtsman, b. 4 Gor- 
ham 
Jolly Alfred E. clerk, b. 96 Pleasant 

" William, wood moulder, h. 96 Pleas- 
ant 
Jones Addison, laborer, h. 127 Har- 
vard 

" Albert E. painter, h. 41 Magee 

" Albert V. janitor, h. 73 Hastings 

" Andrew J. estate, storage and car- 
riage builder, 26-28 Church, 

" Andrew W. machinist, h. 54 Web- 
ster ave. 

" Anna, teacher, Gannett school, h. 
at Boston 

" Anna E. widow of William, h. 303 
Harvard 

" Annie, widow of Erastus J. h. 56 
Washington 

" Arthur, b. 4 Worcester 

" Arthur E. lawyer, 60 Devonshire, 
B. h. 21 Kirkland 

" Arthur M. student, H. U. b. 285 
Harvard 

" Arthur T. printer, b. 23 Fairmont 
ave. 

" Augustus O. insurance, h. 109 Win- 
sor 

" Austin K. janitor, Harvard Hall, 
H. U. h. 465 ^Broadway 

" Benjamin G. salesman, B. h. 66 
Pleasant 

" Betty, widow of Charles, cook, h. 
4 Worcester 

" Carv G. b. 5 Larch , 



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Jones Catherine Jane, widow of Fran- 
cis Jr. h. 13 Warren 
" Charles, carpenter, h. 19 Prospect 
" Charles M. h. 192 Auburn 
" Charles R. steam fitter, h. 12 Union 
" Charles W. h. 24 Norris 
" Charles W. pres. N. E. Nat. Bank, 
150 Devonshire, B. h. 283 Har- 
vard 
" Christopher, laborer, b. 130 Spring 
" C. L. & Co. (Henry E. and Frank 
! H. Jones) soap mnfrs. 172 Pearl 
and 224 State, B. 
" Daniel, h. 65 Hastings 
" David, laiborer, h. 32 De Wolfe 
" David, waiter, b. 31 Elmer 
" David, waiter, rms. 36 Howard 
" David A. laborer, h. 63a Grigg 
" David G. pressman, R. P. h. 10 Cot- 
tage 
" Edmand F. caterer, 9 City Hall ave. 

B. h. 7 West 
" Edward A. publisher, 115 Congress, 

B. h. 23 Rindge ave. 
" Edward W. S. stationer, 282 Wash- 
ington, B. h. 210 Prospect 
" Elias, blacksmith, h. 32 Somerset 
" Elias F. laborer, h. 178 Hampshire 
*' Elizabeth M. widow of William, h. 

189 iMt. Auburn 
" Ella F. Mrs. dressmaker, 256 Co- 
lumbia, h. do. 
" Ellen H. widow of Charles L. h. 

299 Harvard 
" Ernest W. plumber, b. 18 William 
" E. Frank, draughtsman, h. 57 Mar- 
ket 
" Frank B. machinist, b. 46 Eustis 
" Frank H. (C. L. Jones & Co.) soap 
mnfrs. 172 Pearl, h. at Lincoln 
" Frank W. h. 6 Highland 
" Franklin C. clerk, b. 232 Pearl 
" Franklin K. fireman, h. 20 Rock- 
well 
" Fred, iron worker, h. 721 Main 
" Fred W. naval cadet, b. 19 Rice 
" Frederick G. machinist, h. 12 

(Beech 
" George F. laborer, b. 178 Hamp- 
shire 
" George F. machinist, h. 103% 

Hampshire 
" George H. machinist, h. 121 Har- 
vard 
" George H. machinist, b. 43 Union 
" George W. clerk, B. h. 18 William 
" George W. physician, 892 Mass. ave. 

h. do. 
" George W. stereotyper, 4 Williams 

ct. B. h. 19 Rindge ave. 
" Harry B. clerk, 601 Mass. ave. b. 12 
Union 



Jones Haskell, rms. 1190 Mass. ave. 
" Helen A. housekeeper, 225 Broad- 
way 
" Henry, jobber, 9 City Hall ave. B. 

h. 36 Union 
" Henry C. police, station 2, h. 232 

Pearl 
" Henry E. (C. L. Jones & Co.) soap 
mnfr. 172 Pearl, h. 276 Harvard 
" Henry S. carpenter, h. 88 Green 
" Henry W. supt. 172 Pearl, b. 276 

Harvard 
kk Herbert Lyon, teacher, H. U. h. 92 

Hammond 
" James, cabinet maker, h. 101 In- 

man 
'* James, carpenter, h. r. 106 Winsor 
" James, gardener, h. 442 Green 
" James, waiter, b. 31 Elmer 
" James H. driver, b. 88 Green 
" James S. hairdresser, 256 Colum- 
bia, h. do. 
" John, boiler maker, 172 Main, h. at 

Somerville 
" John, milkman, b. 1236 Cambridge 
" John, painter, h. end of Elmer 
" John B. foreman, 111 Putnam ave. 

h. 4 Myrtle ave. 
" John J. fireman, h. 16 Laurel 
" John L. compositor, h. 23 Fair- 
mont ave. 
" John L. Jr. compositor, h. 209 

Green 
" Joseph M. boiler inspector, 125 

Milk, B. h. 270 Broadway 
" Joseph. N. (Jones & Colpitts) teas, 

etc. 419 Mass. ave. h. 290 do. 
" J. Frank, salesman, B. h. 43 Lang- 
don 
" J. Mariner, motorman, h. 153 Pearl 
" Leonard T. clerk, B. h. 26 Tufts 
" Louise M. dressmaker, 101 Inman, 

b. do. 
" Lucy A. widow of Alphonse, b. 232 

Pearl 
" Mark A. Mrs. druggist, 150 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 
" Marshall, teamster, b. 40 Kinnaird 
" Martha, widow of Charles, h. 283 

Columbia 
" Martha R. confectionery, and ca- 
terer, 37-39 Boylston, h. 5 Story 
" Mary J. widow of Levi D. h. 10 

Centre 
" Miles L. bookbinder, h. 137 Chest- 
nut 

" Myron P. machinist, 1181 Harrison 
ave. B. h. 91 Riohdale ave. 

" N. Manson, 516 Atlantic ave. B. h. 
303 Harvard 

" Ora, laundress, h. 65 Hastings 



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Jones Peter, bootblack, B. h. 15 Wal- 
nut ct. 
" Peter, laborer, h. 28 Jay 
" Ralph P. bookkeeper, B. h. 254 Nor- 
folk 
" Sidney S. carpenter, b. 88 Green 
" Sophia, widow of Joseph, b. 290 

Mass. ave. 
" Susie E. bookkeeper, 1284 Mass. av. 

b. 37% Langdon 
" Thomas, h. 17 Elmer 
" Thomas, hose maker, b. 71 Harvard 
" Thomas H. waiter, b. 31 Elmer 
" Verda E. Mrs. h. 20 Prince 
" Walter I. h. Hubbard park 
" Walter W. driver, Hatch & Co. b. 

56 Mt. Auburn 
" Willard, carriage painter, 22 Broad- 
way, h. at Boston 
" William, junk, rms. 722 Main 
" William, waiter, h. 3 Broadway 
" William Gordon, salesman, A. Mc- 
Donald & Son, h. 5 Larch 
" William L. bookbinder, h. 10 Rock- 
well 
" William S. 255 Washington, B. h. 
11 Walnut ave. 

" , printer, h. 79 Plymouth 

" & Colpitts (Jos. M. Jones and Bela 
L. Colpitts), teas and coffees, 419 
Mass. ave. 
Jonsberg Albert F. clerk; R. P. b. 15 
[Fairmont 
" Frank F. draughtsman, b. 15 Fair- 
mont 
" Jacob, painter, h. 15 Fairmont 
" Oscar, frescoe painter, b. 15 Fair- 
mont 
Jordan Anna S. widow of Patrick, h. 
50 Winthrop 
" Benjamin, laborer, h. 57 Harvard 
" Benjamin, laborer, h. 22 Portland 
" Charles H. hassock maker, b. 3 

Hancock pi. 
" Freft W. cement maker, b. 28 Rus- 
sell 
" Gardner, laborer, b. 22 Portland 
" Henry C. hassock maker, B. h. 3 

Hancock pi. 
" James, baker, 135 Inman, h. at 

Somerville 
" James, stone cutter, h. 5 Pioneer 
" James E. waiter, h. 301 Columbia 
" James E. Jr. salesman, b. 301 Co- 
lumbia 
" Joachim, hairdresser, h. 9 Warren 
" John, hairdresser, h. 84 Tremont 

" John, marble cutter, b. 164 Gore 
" John H. h. 59 North 
" John M. mariner, h. 14 Oak circle 
" John S. laborer, h. 32 Brewery 



Jordan Joseph W. (W. F. Webster Ce- 
ment Co.) cement mnfr. 1 Al- 
bany, h. 28 Russell 

" Louis C. clerk, 10 India, B. b. 47 
Tremont 

" Lucy, widow of James L. h. 25 Erie 

" May, widow of Rev. Arthur W. h. 
56 Harris 

" Octavia L. b. 9 Ashton pi. 

" Samuel C. salesman, 536 Washing- 
ton, B. h. 47 Tremont 

" Susan H. widow of Henry, b. 83 
Pemberton 

" Thomas B. brass finisher, h. 46 
Clark 

" Thomas B. Jr. hose maker, b. 46 
Clark 

" William, stone cutter, b. 5 Pioneer 

" William, waiter, b. 15 Magee 

" William H. compositor, h. 97 
Amory 

" William W. clerk, B. b. 47 Tremont 
Jorgensen Peter, bookbinder, b. 5 
Hotel Pleasant 

JOSE EDWIN H. lawyer,591 Mass. 
ave. h. 7 Hotel Florence, 51 Nor- 
folk. See page 854 
" Ernest P. cashier, 25 Congress, B. 

b. 51 Norfolk 
" Francis, laborer, h. 208 Bridge 
Joseph David, cigar maker, b. 13 Pine 
" Henrietta, b. 18 Pine 
" Isaac (I. & J. Joseph), h. 35 Brook- 
line 
" I. & J. (Isaac) fruit, «tc. 875 Main 
" Jacob, sand paperer, b. 18 Pine 
" John, fruit, etc. 1100 Cambridge, h. 

250 Elm 
" John A. conductor, h. 153 Putnam 

ave. 
" Louis, salesman, h. 44 Lopez 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 13 Ninth 
Joshua Isaac, mariner, h. 40 Plymouth 
" Jennie, dressmaker, b. 40 Plymouth 
Joslin Malvina M. teacher, Lowell 

school, h. 18 Ellery 
Josselyn Annie B. teacher, Putnam 
school, b. 120 Inman 
" Francis, Custom House, B. h. 9 
Chester 
Joudrey Artemas, carpenter, b. 161 
Putnam ave. 
" Bessie Mrs. h. 161 Putnam ave. 
Jouett Edward M. bookkeeper, 2078 
Mass. ave. b. at W. Somerville 
" Fred W. clerk, B. b. 21 Arlington 

" Isaac W. grocer, 680 Washington, 
B. h. 21 Arlington 

" Mark R. (M. R, Jouett & Co.) gro- 
cer, 2078 Mass. ave. h. at W. 
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307 



Jouett Mark R. Jr. clerk, 2078 Mass. 
ave. b. at W. Somerville 

JOUETT M. R. & CQ. (Mark K. 
Jouett), grocers, 2078 Mass. ave. 
See page 815 
Joy Catherine, widow of John, h. 34 
Jefferson 
" Edward D. coachman, 79 Raymond, 

b. do. 
" Harding F. clerk, 619 Mass. ave. b. 

21 Inman 
" Isaac, carpenter, b. 53 Pleasant 
" Isaac, laborer, b. 10 Leighton ct. 
* James, laborer, h. 26 Brewery 
" James, laborer, h. 197 Portland 
'" Mary E. widow of John, b. 148 Har- 
vard 
" Pearl A. motorman, h. 167 Hamp- 
shire 
" Thomas, at B. B. works, b. 34 Jef- 
ferson 
" Tlhomas Ernest, cooper, b. 197 Port- 
land 
Joyce Edward, coachman, b. 1000 
Mass. ave. 
" Edward, fishcutter, h. 14 Clay 
" Edward, laborer, h. 34 Hancock 
" Henry R. piano maker, h. 767 Main 
" Henry R. Mrs. bakery, 767 Main, 

h. do. 
" John T. grocer, 31 Hews, h. 9 How- 
ard 
" Mary J. dressmaker, 45 Sacramen- 
to, b. do. 
" Maurice, laborer, h. 134 Banks 
" Michael, Am. Rub. Co. b. 220 Broad- 
way 
" Nora, widow of Edward, h. 45 Sac- 
ramento 
" Peter, laborer, h. 40 Washington 
" Richard, arctic maker, h. 218 

Charles 
" Thomas, carpenter, h. 72 Gore 
" Thomas, coachman, h. 24 Allston 
" Thomas J. clerk, h. 45 Sacramento 
" Thomas T. conductor, h. 25 Athens 

pi. 
" William, foreman, kiln room, A. H. 
Hewes & Co. h. 53 Hubbard ave. 
" William, lalborer, h. 2 George 

William H. cloth inspector, Am. 
Rub. Co. h. 396 Winsor 

Ju'bal Charles G. rubber worker, h. 
43 School 

Judd James, machinist, h. 66 Hamp- 
shire 

Jukes Samuel, grocer, h. 74 Thorndike 

Jules Manuel, shade maker, b. 12 Mag- 
nolia ave. 

Julius Henry A. carpenter, rms. 5 
Eustis 



Jungdahl Gustaf, varnisher, h. 22 Bris- 
tol 

Junior Maria, h. 33 Union 

Jupillet Hippolyte, stone mason, h. 2 
Garden ct. 

Jurix William H. waiter, h. 75 Norfolk 

Justus George W. cigars, etc. 60 Cause- 
way, B. h. 130 Elm 

KAES JACOB, laborer, h. 34 Washing- 
ton 
Kagan Josiah M. teacher, B. h. 14 

Trowbridge 
Kahlmeyer Augusta, widow of Henry, 
h. 97 Sixth 
" Louis W. butcher, b. 97 Sixth 
Kairit Michael, cooper, h. 109 Amory 
Kalasky Anthony, shoe repairer, 771 

Cambridge, h. 17 Lambert 
Kalbach Reuben H. carpenter, b. 246 

Norfolk 
Kalberg Lauritz D. (L. D. Kalberg & 
Son) h. 63 Norfolk 
" L. D. & Son (Lauritz D. and Valde- 
mar O. L.), furniture, 303 Cam- 
bridge 
" Valdemar O. L. (L. D. Kalberg 4c 
Son) h. 66 Otis 
Kanaly James, h. 213 Vine 
" Morris E. (M. E. Kanaly & Co.) h. 

at Somerville 
" M. E. & Co. (Morris E. Kanaly), 
machinists, 299 Prospect 
Kane Charles, city laborer, b. 27 Val- 
entine 
" Charlotte, laundress, b. r. 451 Co- 
lumbia 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 23 Cedar 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 5 Seventh 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 472 Winsor 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 66 Winter 
" Daniel Jr. painter, b. 66 Winter 
" Edward P. rubber worker, h. 48 

Fifth 
" Ellen, widow of Patrick, b. 78 

Fifth 
" Henry, at 169 Gore, b. 78 Fifth 
" Henry, h. 3 Greenough ave. 
" John, teamster, h. r. 451 Columbia 
" John J. car repairer, B. & M. R. R. 

h. 26 Warren 
" John J. laborer, h. 78 Fifth 
" Kate A. widow of Patrick, dress- 
maker, h. 32 Antrim 
" Margaret, widow of Timothy, h. 236 

Bridge 
" Martin, yardman, 216 Green, h. 48 

Hancock 
" Patrick, teamster, 47 Cogswell ave. 

(h. do. 
" Patrick J. printer, h. 7 Seventh st. 

ct. 
" Robert F. tinsmith, h. 75 Howard 



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Kane Thomas, laborer, b. 63 Boy Is ton 

" Thomas F. teamster, h. 479 Winsor 

"Timothy, ledgeman, h. 30 Railroad 

William, car inspector, B. & A. R. 

R. h. 19 Warren 

" see Keane, also Cain 

Kaplinger Christian, polisher, B. h. 208 

Charles 
Karcher Elizabeth J. teacher, Board- 
man school, b. 85 Pleasant 
" Philip J. h. 85 Pleasant 
K'arls Michael, laborer, h. 18 Spring 
Karnan Robert W. sup. 587 Mass. ave. 

h. 316 Pearl 
Karr Charles, baker, 1906 Mass. ave. h. 

at Somerville 
Karzariyan Kapiel, fruit store, 655 

Cambridge 
Kasparian Manoog, boot and shoe 
maker, 18 Norfolk, h. 5 Parnell 
Katon Lewis H. salesman, h. 9 Fair- 
mont ave. 
Kattie Edward, laborer, b. 164 Gore 
Katzmaier William, shoemaker, 2416 

Mass. ave. ih. 54 Harvey 
Kaven Gustavus A. student, H. U. b. 36 

Bowdoin 
Kaveney James, laborer, h. 6 Ninth 
Kay James, hostler, 2007 Mass. ave. h. 

r. 12 Regent 
■" James Murray (H. O. Houghton & 
Co.), Riverside Press, and 
(Houghton, Mifflin & Co.), pub- 
lisher, 4 Park, B. h. at Brook- 
line 
" Thomas, polisher, h. 183 Harvard 
" Wilmot H. laborer, b. 12 Regent 
Keane John M. plumber, 8 Brattle, b. 
20 Brown 
; Maurice J. clerk, B. b. 20 Brown 

Patrick, laborer, b. 20 Brown 
" see Kane 
Keaney James M. police, station 1, b. 
57 Tremont 
' Michael, teamster, h. 10 Clark 
Kearney Frank D. driver, 1230 Mass. 
ave. h. 3 Chapman pi. 
Mary, tobacco, and newsdealer, 732 
Cambridge, h. at Chelsea 
" Nellie, widow, h. r. 59 Tremont 
Kearns Charles F. plasterer, b. 1 
Frances pi. 
" Frank, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 50 

Brewery 
1 Mary J. widow, h. 1 Frauces pi. 

William, driver, h. 69 Webster ave. 
'- William J. blacksmith, city stable, 

h. 5 Hampshire pi. 
' James E. bookkeeper, b. 32 River 

" Thomas F. boarding house, 32 
River 



Keating Francis P. belt maker, b. S 
Jordan pi. 

" James, bridge worker, b. 63 Sixth 

" James, clerk, h. r. 63 Spring* 

" James T. mason, b. 8 Jordan pi. 

" Jefferson M. hose maker, b. 8 Jor- 
dan pi. 

" John, laborer, h. 79 Gore 

" John E. salesman, h. 222 Western 
ave. 

" John J. ins. agent, h. 29 Blackstone 

" Mary, widow of William, h. 134 
Thorndike 

" Mary A. widow of James, h. 8 Jor- 
dan pi. 

" Michael, painter, W. E. St. R. Co. h. 
7 Shepherd's blk. Plympton 

" Patrick, carpenter, h. 134 Thorn- 
dike 

" Richard, iron worker, h. 61 Sixth 

" Richard E. butcher, h. 225 Western 
ave. 

" Tbomas, tinsmith, h. 43 Webster 
ave. 

" William, laborer, b. 536 Cambridge 
Keatley David J. clerk, 604 Mass. ave. 
h. 35 Kinnaird 

" Mary A. widow of Samuel, h. 118 
Harvard 

" Mary S. Mrs. h. 133 Harvard 

kk Samuel V. bookkeeper, B. b. 133 
Harvard 
Keay Erburn S. h. 184 Walden 

" Fred. E. sub-editor, Boston Adver- 
tiser, B. h. 19 Davenport 

" George H. clerk, at Somerville, h. 
183 Walden 

" Harriet N. h. 184 Walden 

" Horace R. surveyor, 671 Mass. ave. 
b. 184 Walden 

" Sarah, widow of Ivory, h. 118 
Thorndike 

" see Keyes 
Kedey Thomas, dry goods, etc. 1157 
Cambridge, and 2050 Mass. ave. 
h. at Somerville 
Kee Charlie, laundry, 170 Hampshire, 
h. do. 

" George, carpenter, h. 28 Hews 

" Hing% laundry, 455 Cambridge, rms. 

do. 
Keefe Catharine, dressmaker, B. b. 
1653 Cambridge 

" Catherine, widow of Patrick, h. 71 
Concord ave. 

" Charles W. painter, b. 15 Farwell 
pi. 

" Daniel, foreman, mail stable, b. 8 
Broadway 

" Daniel J. (D. J. Keefe & Co.) 
plumber, 130 Inman, h. at Som- 
erville 



CAMBRIDGE [J£] DIRECTORY 



309 



Keefe David J. carrier, P. O. 647 Mass. 
ave. b. 258 Green 

" Dennis, coal heaver, b. 107 Gore 

" Dennis, harness cleaner, h. 5 Sec- 
ond 

" Dennis, produce peddler, h. 39 
Hunting" 

" D. J. & Co. (Daniel J. Keefe) 
plumbers and gas fitters, 130 In- 
man 

" Edward, laborer, h. 22 Lambert 

" Fergus, h. 25 Athens pi. 

" Frank, barber, 213 Third 

" George, moulder, b. 32 Berkshire 

" James, gardener, h. 39 Hunting 
" James, ice cream maker, 15 Central 
sq. 

" James, laborer, lh. 85 Gore 

" James, teamster, h. 19 Dodge 

'" James J. A. presser, b. 4 Dickinson 

" Jeremiah, clerk, 9 Reed, h. 58 
Rindge ave. 

" John, h. 107 Gore 

" John, driver, 15 Central sq. 

' John, elevator man, B. h. 58 Rindge 
ave. 

" John, laborer, b. S Mullens ct. 

" John, laborer, b. 12 Parnell 

" John J. milkman, 16 Locke, h. do. 

" Lawrence H. driver, lh. 334 Green 

" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 1653 
Cambridge 

" Michael F. confectionery, 443 Mass. 
ave. h. 22 Carlisle 

" Patrick, h. 172 Franklin 

" Patrick, cabinet maker, h. 136 
Ha sting's 

" Thomas, carpenter, h. 32 Berk- 
shire 

" Thomas, draughtsman, B. b. 25 
Athens pi. 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 37 Flagg 

Thomas Jr. carpenter, b. 32 Berk- 
shire 

" Timothy, laborer, h. 12 Parnell 
William, carver, b. 32 Berkshire 

" see O'Keefe 
Keeffe Eleanor, widow, h. 10 Suffolk 

" Matthew, carpenter, h. 1 Worcester 
William J. picture framer, b. 10 
.Suffolk 
Keegan Dennis, teamster, h. 7 Eighth 

" James T. action maker, h. 3 Grotto 
pi. 

" Joihn H. teamster, 169 Gore, h. 757 
Cambridge 

" Louisa, variety store, 47 Webster 
ave. h. 192 Elm 

' Mary, widow, h. Hotel Lee 

" Owen, b. 138 Tremont 

" Philip, laborer, b. 138 Tremont 

' Thomas, portrait artist, h. 292 Elm 



Keel Rose, rms. 54 Mt. Auburn 
Keeler Charles W. bookkeeper, R. P. h. 
at Somerville 

" Frank T. printer, 6 Walden, h. 20 
Cogswell ave. 

" Louise A. teacher, Putnam gram- 
mar school, h. at Medford 

" & Co. furniture mnfrs. Second, cor. 
Thorndike 
Keely Mary, widow of James, h. 109 

Tremont 
Keen Isaiah B. h. 16 Hews 
Keenan Charles J. b. 7 Green 

" Clarence E. carriage painter, b. 64 
Sidney 

" Frank, laborer, b. Patrick Keenan's, 
New 

" Hugh, teamster, h. 130 Bridge 

" James, coachman, 5 Sacramento, b. 
do. 

" James, foreman, W. E. St. Ry. h. r. 
63 Magee 

" James, stone cutter, b. 385 Colum- 
bia 

" James B. carriage painter, h. 64 
Sidney 

K KENAN JAMES H. contrac- 
tor and builder, First, cor. Thorn- 
dike, h. 65 Sacramento. See p. 794 
" Joanna, widow of Michael, h. 21 

Surrey 
" John, laborer, b. Vine, cor. Third 
" John J. confectioner, B. h. 7 Green 
" Kate, Sarah and Margaret, dress- 
makers, 385 Columbia, h. do. 
" Katharine J. teacher of elocution, 

b. 65 Sacramento 
" Mary J. widow of William, h. 161 

Winsor 
" Michael A. carpenter, h. 41 Ninth 
" Michael F. carpenter, h. 79 Fifth 
" Patrick, city laborer, h. New 
" Patrick, cooper, 932 Cambridge, h. 

356 Prospect 
" Patrick J. wool stock, 56 Fulton, B. 

h. 1678 Mass. ave. 
" Patrick O. laborer, h. 17 Vineyard 
" Rebecca, widow, rms. 7 Eighth 
" Robert T. switchman, h. 261 Port- 
land 
" Sarah J. widow of Peter, h. 385 Co- 
lumbia 
" William J. collector, b. 65 Sacra- 
mento 
Keif Edward, salesman, b. 41 Howard 
" James W. confectioner, h. 47 Kin- 
naird 

" Jeremiah, h. 41 Howard 

" John, salesman, b. 41 Howard 

Iveifer Albert, sausage maker, h. 73 
Tremont 



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CAMBRIDGE 



[K] 



DIRECTORY 



Keith Albert G. architect, rms. 10 
Trowbridge 
" Allen F. box maker, Am. Rub. Co. 

h. 3 Fayette 
" Charles P. real estate, 649 Mass. av. 

h. 114 Magazine 
" Fred J. sounding board maker, h. 

545 Main 
" George T. carpenter, rms. 30 River 
" Jerome, saw filer, 955 Cambridge, 

h. do. 
" John H. teamster, b. 249 Vine 
" Joseph W. sawyer, h. 249 Vine 
" Joseph W. Jr. peddler, b. 249 Vine 
" Martha A. Mrs. h. 249 Vine 
" Martin S. teacher, B. h. 46 Irving 
" Robert F. express driver, b. 27 An- 
drew 
" William, paint maker, h. 27 Andrew 
Kellar Edward, baker, 52 y 2 Plymouth, 

h. at Waltham 
Kelleher Bartholomew, grocer, 1178 
Cambridge, h. 94 Tremont 
" Bernard, mixer, b. 6 Hastings 
" Bridget, "widow of Michael, h. r. 

Lechmere pi. 
" Catherine, h. 21 Magazine 
" Cornelius, at B. B. W. h. r. 22 Bris- 
tol 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 385 Columbia 
" Cornelius, salesman, b. 19 Third 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 15 Hunting 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 7 Marion 
" Daniel, shoemaker, b. 19 Wilbur 
" Daniel J. express, 41 Norris, h. do.. 
" Dennis, laiborer, h. 11 Lambert 
" Dennis F. motorman, h. 76 DeWolfe 
" Dennis P. telegrapher, B. b. 53 

Cedar 
" Ellen, widow of Timothy, h. 47 Jef- 
ferson 
" Frank, shoe cutter, b. 6 Hastings 
" Frank, teamster, b. 36 Reed 
" Honora, widow of Dennis, h. 76 De- 
Wolfe 
" Hugh, plumber, h. 269 Mt. Auburn 
" James, city laborer, h. 167 Elm 
" James, laborer, h. 36 Reed 
' James, rubber cutter, h. 6 Hastings 
' James F. porter, b. 88 Hampshire 
" James J. Jr. clerk, 1381 Cambridge, 

b. 167 Elm 
" Jeremiah, hostler, 2007 Mass. ave. 

h. 30 Cogswell ave. 
" Jeremiah, hostler, h. 197 Sherman 
" Jeremiah, rubber worker, h. 1? 

Plymouth 
" Jeremiah D. switchman, B. & M. R. 

R. h. 240 Charles 
" John, contractor, b. 396 Norfolk 
" John, laborer, h. 149 Bridge 
" John, laborer, n. 28 Peliham 



Kelleher John, rubber worker, h 22 
Hastings 
" John A. (J. A. Kelleher & Co.) 101 

Rice, b. 103 do. 
" John B. laborer, h. 257 Franklin 
" John J. baker, h. 45 Cedar 
" John J. porter, h. 4 Fallon pi. 
" Julia, widow of Daniel, h. 77 Wen- 
dell 
" J. A. & Co. (John A. Kelleher) 
groceries and provisions, 101 Rice 
" Margaret, widow of Cornelius, h. 19 

Third 
" Michael, engineer, h. 88 Hampshire 
" Michael, laborer, (h. 169 Otis 
" Midhael, trimmer, b. r. Lechmere 

pi. 
" Patrick, h. 103 Rice 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 85 Bridge 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 803 Cambridge 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 22 Hastings 
" Patrick F. physician, B. City Hos- 
pital, b. 103 Rice 
" Patrick J. bookkeeper, h. 17 Bay 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 15 Hunting 
" Timothy, painter, 2225 Mass. ave. 

b. 9 Norton pi. 
" William, brass moulder, b. 6 Hast- 
ings 
" William J. special messenger, P. O., 

B. >b. 58 Cedar 
Kellen James, carpenter, b. 100 Pearl 
Kellenberger Charles A. clerk, 142 

Harvard, h. 134 Webster ave. 
Kelleweay Theodore W. brass moulder, 

ih. 31 School 
Kelley Alexander P. soda water mnfr. 
30 Canal, B. h. 25 Essex 
" Annie, housekeeper, 163 Webster 

ave. 
" Annie, widow of Bernard, h. 50 

Hudson 
" Augusta, widow, h. 46 Market 
" Bernard, teamster, b. 32 Third 
" Benjamin, carpenter, b. 40 Pearl 
" Bridget, h. 47 Auburn pi. 
" Bridget I. dressmaker, 14 Harding, 

h. do. 
" Charles, carpenter, b. 221 Elm . 
" Charles, laborer, h. 60 North 
" Charles, switchman, B. & M. R. R. 

n. 10 Winter 
" Charles B. shipper, 110 Elm, b. 18 

Tremont 
" Charles J. confectioner, b. 253 Elm 
" Daniel, cooper, h. 189 Third 
" Daniel F. laborer, h. 194 Sherman 
" Dennis F. rubber worker, b. 79 In- 

man 
" Edgar B. clerk, 604 Mass. ave. h. 

222 Western ave. 
" Edward, gardener, h. 32a Cameron 



CAMBRIDGE ]£] DIRECTOR Y 



311 



Kelley Edward C. laborer, b. 60 North 
" Edward D. furniture finisher, h. 

113 Fourth 
" Edward H. wire worker, b. 191 

Brookline 
" Edward J. shipper, h. 60 Sidney 
' Ellen, widow of Edward, h. 191 

Brookline 
" Ellen, widow of William P. h. 20 

Harrison 
" Ernest R. cabinet maker, b. 15 

Pleasant 
" Eugene, glass worker, b. 113 Fourth 
' Francis, machinist, h. 28 Antrim 
" Frank, b. 232 Webster ave. 
" Frank J. helper, 271 Columbia, b. 

'216 do. 
' Fred, rubber worker, h. 183 Winsor 
" Fred C. letter carrier, 28 Brattle, 

h. at Somerville 
" George, b. 232 Webster ave. 
" George, porter, b. 191 Brookline 
" George Mrs. h. 464 Winsor 
" George H. undertaker, 32 Third, b. 

98 Otis 
" Hugh, at T. B. M. Co. rms. 95 Third 
" Hugh, marble polisher, h. 31 Ply- 
mouth 
i( James, h. 115y 2 Hampshire 
" James, baker, h. 1130 Cambridge 
" James, blacksmith, b. 10 Broadway 
" James, brakeman, F. R. R. h. 140 

Elm 
" James, coachman, b. 1176 Cam- 
bridge 
" James, laborer, h. 133 Spring 
' James, laborer, h. 8 Allston 
" James, laborer, h. 22 Allston 
' James, longshoreman, h. 94 Gore 
" James, marble cutter, h. 383 Co- 
lumbia 
" James, plumber, h. 302 Green 
" James, tinsmith, b. 253 Sixth 
" James F. (McCloskey & Harty) 
provisions, 1265 Cambridge, h. 24 
Ellsworth ave. 
" James F. teamster, 35 Hawley, B. 

b. 68 Otis 
" James L. reporter, Traveler, B. h. 

146 Berkshire 
" James M. action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 245 Norfolk 
" James M. clerk, b. 1 Holly ave. 
" James P. foreman, h. 37 Howard 
" Jeffrey, janitor, Browne & Nichols, 

h. 11 Appian Way 
" Jeremiah, rubber cutter, h. 200 

Elm 
' John, boiler maker, h. 6 Harvard pi. 
' John, choreman, b. 722 Main 
' John, city laborer, h. 11 Auburn pi. 
" John, engineer, h. 78 Howard 



Kelley John, (hose maker, b. 113 Fourth 
" John, h. 1130 Cambridge 
" John, h. 24 Hunting 
" John, laborer, h. 152 Bridge 
" John, laborer, h. 113 Tremont 
" John, laborer, h. 1107 Cambridge 
" John, marble polisher, h. 377 Win- 
sor 
" John, motorman, b. 59 Plympton 
" John, section hand, h. 193 Rindge 

iave. 
" John A. cabinet maker, h. 4 Fourth 
" John E. b. 50 Hudson 
" John F. currier, h. 177 Elm 
" John H. h. 3 Tremont 
" John H. brass finisher, h. 60 Sidney 
" John J. clerk, Union station, B. b. 

31 Maple ave. 
" John J. teamster, h. 1176 Cam- 
bridge 
" John K. foreman, carpenter, 19 

Western ave. h. 4 Amory pi. 
" John P. coachman, B. h. 25 Pros- 
pect 
" John T. engineer, h. 77 Broadway 
" JoQm W. clerk, 1265 Cambridge, b. 

1176 do. 
" John W. expressman, h. 222 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Joseph, b. 3 Tremont 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 402 Norfolk 
" Joseph, waiter, h. 93 Main 
" Joseph Mrs. b. 2 Clinton 
" Joseph G. action maker, h. 41 Pros- 
pect 

KELLEY JOSEPH J. under- 
taker, 32 Third, cor. Gore, h. 98 
Otis. See page 813 

" Joseph L. at 169 Gore, b. 114 Web- 
ster ave. 

" Katherine M. dressmaker, 30 Mt. 
Auburn, b. do. 

" Lawrence, marble polisher, h. 217 
Elm 

" Luke F. laborer, la.. 1 Harvard pi. 

" Margaret, dressmaker, 147 Otis, h. 
do. 

" Margaret, rubber worker, h. 216 
Columbia 

" Margaret S. widow of John B. h. 5 
Valentine 

" Maria, widow of Michael, h. 14 
Grant 

" Martin, machinist, h. 165 Hamp- 
shire 

" Mary, h. 55 Gore 

" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 36% 
Tremont 

" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 79 In- 
, man 

" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. r. 255 
Elm 



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Kelley Mary E. h. 232 Webster ave. 
" Maud, widow of Patrick, h. 54 Clark 
'' Michael, car conductor, b. 1130 

Cambridge 
" Michael, cooper, h. 53 Ninth 
" Michael, g'ardener, Cambridge cem- 
etery, h. 900 Huron ave. 
" Michael, city laborer, h. 9 Dins- 
more ct. 
" Michael, hairdresser, b. 18 Rice 
" Michael, laborer, h. 38 Bristol 
" Michael A. glass worker, h. 113 

Fourth 
" Michael F. brass finisher, h. 8 

Clark 
" Michael F. plumber, 1160 Cam- 
bridge, h. 408 Norfolk 
" Minnie T. clerk, 438 Mass. ave. b. at 

So. Boston 
" Nettie Mrs. h. 8 Village 
' " Owen, laborer, h. 141 Elm 
" Owen, laborer, h. 305 Elm 
" Patrick, h. 253 Sixth 
" Patrick, bricklayer, h. 5 Foster pi. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 75 Cushing 
" Patrick, marble sawyer, h. 3 Tre- 

mont 
" Patrick, painter, b. 900 Huron ave. 
" Patrick, shoemaker, 1047 Mass. ave. 

h. 1176 Cambridge 
" Patrick K. clerk, 1253 Cambridge, 

b. 1176 do. 
" Peter, boot maker, b. 54 Broadway 
" Peter, laborer, h. 153 Charles 
" Peter A. plumber, h. 1 Somerset 
" Ralph H. trader, h. 164 Gore 
" Ralph R. clerk, 167 Pearl, h. 4 Stin- 

son ct. 
" Randolph S. student, b. 49 Wash- 
ington ave. 
" Richard, tailor, h. 216 Columbia 
" Richard C. baker, b. 216 Columbia 
" Richard J. farm hand, b. 11 Auburn 
pi. 

KELLEY SAMUEL J.carpenter, 
19 Western ave. h. 10 Clinton. 
See pa^e 793 
" Samuel J. Jr. carpenter, 'b. 10 Clin- 
ton 
" Sarah A. Mrs. dressmaker, 12 War- 
land, h. do. 
" Stillman F. molasses importer, 18 
Central, B. and (Curtis, Davis & 
Co.) soap mnfr. 184 Broadway, 
h. 49 Washington ave. 
" Susan A. Mrs. h. 464 Winsor 
" Terrence, bar tender, h. 189 Cam- 
bridge 
" Terrence, laborer, h. 95 Cushing 
" Thaddeus, laborer, b. 18 Rice 
" Thomas B. machinist, h. 163 Web- 
ster ave. 



Kelley Thomas F. soap maker, h. 397 
Norfolk 
" Thomas G. foreman carpenter, 19 

Western ave. h. at Arlington 
" Thomas H. letter carrier, b. 462 

Cambridge 
" Thomas J. farm hand, b. 11 Au- 
burn pi. 
" Timothy, plasterer, h. 12 Short 
" Timothy J. at Am. Rub. Co. h. 4 

Hastings 
" Timothy J. piano maker, rms. 61 

Plymouth 
" William, bookkeeper, b. 78 Thorn- 
dike 
" William, conductor, b. 1603 Cam- 
bridge 
" William, gardener, h. 902 Huron av. 
" William, electrician, h. 15 Harding 
" William, laborer, b. 900 Huron ave. 
" William, laborer, h. 23 Marion 
" William, mason, 7 Jefferson, h. 78 

Thorndike 
" William, rubber worker, b. 3 

Hampshire 
" William, Jr. clerk, b. 78 Thorndike 
" William H. cab driver, h. 440 Win- 
sor 
" William H. teamster, b. 114 Web- 
ster ave. 
" William J. carpenter, h. 16 Sidney 
" William J. rubber worker, h. 112 

Harvard 
" see Kelly 
Kellie O. George, electrician, h. 35 

Norfolk 
Kellogg Jeremiah N. porter, 179 Wash- 
ington, B. h. 27 Washington 
" Louise A. Mrs. b. 19 Lancaster 
Kellsey Franklin L. clocks, Provi- 
dence, R. I. h. 32 Gray 
" see Kelsey 
Kelly Bridget, widow of Thomas, h. 
306 Prospect 
" Charles T. painter, h. 164 Franklin 
" Daniel J. city laborer, h. 421 Huron 

ave. 
" Edward, janitor, C. G. A., Prospect, 

h. 13 Valentine 
" Elizabeth C. widow of Rev. Charles 

V. h. 9 Channing 
" Emmet, clerk, B. b. 29 Suffolk 
" Frank, painter, b. 60 Middlesex 
" George, gas fitter, b. 35 Norfolk 
" George B. supt. 162 Broadway, h. 

at Jamaica Plain 
" James, laborer, b. 2480 Mass. ave. 
" James, salesman, h. 22 Columbia 
" James F. carpenter, h. 12 Madison 
" John, boiler maker, h. 13 Salem 
" Joseph M. compositor, h. 157 Put- 
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Kelly Michael F. hairdresser, b. 18 
Rice 
" Patrick, city laborer, h. 2% Sher- 
man 
4> Patrick, laborer, b. 90 Sixth 
" Patrick, switchman, B. & M. R. R. 

h. 21 Sixtlh 
" Paul, b. 313 Portland 

Peter, machinist, h. 14 Soden 
Richard, railroad, h. 570 Cambridge 
Timothy, conductor, h. 8 Gore 
William, carriage maker, h. 2 Har- 
vard pi. 
" William, laborer, b. 2 Lawrence 
" see Kelley 
Kelman Ellen, widow of James, 
grocer, 77 Washington, h. do. 
" James, clerk, h. 35 Cherry 
" John, clerk, B. and variety store, 
582 Mass. ave. h. 35 Oherry 
Kelsea Ma<ria L. Mrs. h. 48 Wendell 
Kelsey Albert H. supt. State House ex- 
ten. B. h. 37 Arlington 
" Anson H. upholsterer, h. 255 Pearl 
" Arthur, clerk, B. b. 15 William 
' Bessie H. clerk, 575 Mass. ave. b. 

255 Pearl 
" C. Edwin, clerk, 582 Mass. ave. h. 

181 River 
" Edward E. teacher of music, h. 

1590 Cambridge 
" Elizabeth, widow of William, h. 63 

Magazine 
" George, bookkeeper, B. b. 15 Will- 
iam 
" Henry T. upholsterer, h. SI Amory 

KELSEY JOHN H. furniture, 
carpet laying, etc. 20 Pearl, h. 13 
Haskell. See page 825 
" J. Herbert, upholsterer, 20 Pearl, h. 

8 Meacham 
" Theresa L. cracker packer, rms. 81 

Amory 
" William H. supt. 87 Union, B. h. 15 
William 
" William H. Jr. student, H. U. b. 15 
William 
" see Kellsey 
Kelso Adam, machinist, h. 136a Wash- 
ington 
Kelty Maiy, widow, h. 83 Rindge ave. 
" Patrick, coachman, 394 Harvard, h. 
38 DeWolfe 
Kemp Charles J. at B. B. Works, b. 10 
Hunting 
Edward, stonecutter, h. 7 Broad- 
Way 
" Edward, stonecutter, ih. 138 Har- 
vard 
" Edwin E. newsdealer, 152 Harvard, 

h. 186 Winsor 
" Horace G. (Lysander Kemp & Sons) 
soap mnfr. Davis, h. 164 Harvard 



Kemp Isidore P. at B. B. Works, b. 10 
Hunting 
" James H. (Lysander Kemp & Sons) 
soap mnfr. Davis, b. 166 Harvard 
" John J. electrician, h. 19 Hunting 
" John J. laborer, h. 19 Marney 
" Julius, h. 10 Hunting 
" Lysander, h. 166 Harvard 

KEMP LYSANDER & SONS, 
(James H. and Horace G. Kemp), 

soap stocks and soap mnfrs. 200 

Broadway, cor. Davis. See p. 59 
Kemper Charles, butler, h. 61 Tremont 
Kempson Joseph, blacksmith, h. 55 

Hampshire 
Kempton Benjamin C. carpenter, b. 50 

Winthrop 
" James, carpenter, rms. 45 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" John B. h. 14 Elmwood ave. 
" Joseph D. carpenter, h. 29 Hollis 
" Martha Mrs. boarding house, 2-3-4- 

R. R. block. Frank 
" William B. motorman, h. 2 R. R. 

block, Frank 
Kendall Albeit S. bookkeeper, 1402 

Mass. ave. h. 24 Bowdoin 
" Edward (Edward Kendall & Sons), 

bolier maker, etc. 168 Main, h. 

139 Magazine 
" Edward & Sons (Edward, James H. 

and George F. Kendall), boiler 

mnfrs. 168 Main 
" Frederick, hide broker, 59 High, B. 

h. 18 Fayerweather 
" George F. (Edward Kendall & Sons) 

boiler mnfr. etc. ]68 Main, h. 175 

Chestnut 
" George M. bookkeeper, 623 Mass. 

ave. h. 130 Austin 
" George N. horse dealer, h. 151 All- 

ston 
" Harlie G. compositor, h. 13 Kinnaird 
" Hugh, student, H. U. h. 22 Garden 
"' James H. (Edward Kendall & Sons) 

boiler mnfr. etc. 168 Main, h. 

179 Chestnut 
" Joshua, private school, 13 Appian 

Way, h. 123 Inman 
" Mary, widow of H. F. h. 8 Garden 
" Mary S. Mrs. b. 15 Chauncy 
" Melissa Mrs. h. 7 Essex 
" Olindus F. mnfr. 129 Washington. 

B. h. 1563 Mass. ave. 
" Waldo S. student, H. U. b. 24 Bow- 
doin 

" William H. letter carrier, B. rms. 
105 Otis 

Kenison Asa S. motor-man, and (Pay- 
son & Kenison) lunch, 71 Boyl- 
ston. rins. 125 Mt. Auburn 



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Kenison Charles W. car conductor, h. 

22 Eliot 
Keniston Fred A. niech. engineer, 29 
Oliver, B. h. 3 Norris 
"' Henry, mason, h. 438 Main 
" Leonard F. salesman, h. 13 Miller 
ave. 
Kennan Arthur W. conductor, F* R. R. 
h. 97 Riclidale ave. 
" Sidney W. clerk, B. b. 97 Riclidale 
ave. 
Kennard Benjamin, h. 9 De Wolfe 
" Elizabeth J. D. h. 9 DeWolfe 
" William, order cook, b. 707 Main 
Kennealy Cornelius M. upholsterer, h. 
114 Pleasant 
; ' Jeremiah, laborer, h. 59 Portland 
" John J. clerk, 740 Mass. ave. b. 114 
Pleasant 
Kennedy Agnes Mrs. h. 5 Avon 
" Allen, laborer, b. 15% Marney 
" A. Frank, foreman, C. E. L. Co., 

Western ave. h. 20 Fairmont 
" Charles, rms. 281 Harvard 
" Charles, machinist, b. 10 Broadway 
" Daniel, h. 411 Winsor 
" Daniel F. clerk, P. O., B. b. 411 Win- 
sor 
ii David, plumber, rms. 177 Auburn 
" Edward, laborer, h. r. 85 Winter 
" Edward J. millwright, h. 193 Elm 
" Ellen, widow of James, h. 193 Elm 
" Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. 40 Sac- 
ramento 
" Frank A. foreman, C. E. L. Co. h. 

20 Fairmont 
' Herbert S. photographer, rms. 306 

Cambridge 
" Hugh W. shoemaker, 351 Broadway, 

h. at Boston 
' James, foundryman, h. 28 Warren 
" James H. clerk, 1876 Mass. ave. b. at 

Somerville 
" James H. newsdealer, b. 40 Sacra- 
mento 
' John, teamster, b. 14 Squire's ct. 
" John A. (Rourke & Kennedy) fur- 
niture mnfr. 682 Mass. ave. rms. 
77 Austin 
' John F. newsdealer, b. 40 Sacra- 

menato 
' Joseph J. hose maker, b. 9 Locke 
" Margaret, widow of William, h. 61 

Tremont 
" Margaret E. h. 2472 Mass. ave. 
" Martin, laborer, h. 993 Cambridge 

** Mary J. widow of Percy J. h. 39 
Somerset 

" Michael, varnisher, b. 40 Ninth 

" Thomas, jeweler, b. 41 Columbia 

" Thomas, laborer, rms. 8 Eliot 



Kennedy Thomas E. elevator man, B. 
h. 411 Winsor 
" Winnifred E. music teacher, 2472 
Mass. ave. h. do. 
Kennelly Patrick, laborer, h. rear 12 
Seventh 
" Simon A. brush maker, 34 Brook- 
line 
" Thomas J. brush maker, b. 34 
Brookline 
Kenney Bernard A. furniture finisher, 
h. 66 Inman 
" Bernard F. gold leafer, b. 66 Inman 
" Charles, instructor, House of Cor- 
rection, h. 71 Thorndike 
" Charles W. peddler, b. 39 Harding 
" Edward, butcher, h. 62 Magnolia 

ave. 
" Edward, foreman, 204 Broadway, h. 

1210 Cambridge 
" Edward J. printer, h. 39 Seventh 
" Ella H. Mrs. h. r. 129 Amory 
" Evelyn B. teacher, Allston school, 

b. 15 Meacham 
" Frank, driver, 2 Holyoke, b. at 

Somerville 
" FranK W. piano polisher, b. 2 

Blanche 
" George F. machinist, Hawkins Ma- 
chine Co. b. 71 Thorndike 
" James, carpenter, b. 221 Elm 
" James, cooper, h. 27 Ninth 
" James E. lather, b. 2 Blanche 
" James P. b. 66 Inman 
" James S. peddler, b. 1210 Cambridge 
" John, at 169 Gore, b. 1367 Cam- 
bridge 
" John, boiler maker, b. 3 Hews 
" John, boiler maker, h. 6 Harvard pi. 
" John Mrs. h. Concord ave. near 

Niles Bros. 
" John, junk, h. 39 Harding 
" John, laborer, h. 631 Putnam ave. 
" John, tinsmith, h. 2 Blanche 
" John Jr. laborer, b. 631 Putnam av. 
" John F. oil, h. 172 Brookline 
" John J. h. 80 Hampshire 
" John J. peddler, b. 39 Harding 
" John J. provisions, h. 166 Cherry 
" John R. stable, 160 Norfolk, h. at 

Somerville 
" John S. paper hanger, h. 39 Seventh 
" Joseph T. pressman, b. 2 Blanche 
" Martin, farm hand, b. 26 Montgom- 
ery 
" Martin J. hostler, h. 107 Cambridge 
" Mary Mrs. grocer, 62 Magnolia ave. 

h. do. 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 26 Mont- 
gomery 
" Patrick, boiler maker, h. 2 Har- 
vard pi. 



CAMBRIDGE ]£] DIRECTORY 



315 



Kenney Patrick, city laborer, h. 169 
Brookline 
" Patrick, rubber worker, b. 16 Berk- 
shire pi. 
" Patrick Jr. laborer, b. 169 Brookline 
" Peter, helper, 8 Brattle 
" Samuel S. bricklayer, b. 3 Hews 
" Thomas, h. 317 Webster ave. 
" Thomas F. car conductor, rms. 32 

dishing 
" Thomas G. elevator man, h. 3 Hews 
" Thomas J. car conductor, h. 153 

Putnam ave. 
" Thomas M. jeweler, 655 Mass. ave. 

h. 569 do. 
" Timothy, baker, b. 2 Blanche 
" William J. press feeder, b. 2 

Blanche 
" see Kenny 
Kennison Eugene L. brakeman, B. & 
M. R. R. h. 159 Cambridge 
" Morris, grocer, rms. 13 Webster av. 
Kenny John, boiler maker, h. 1 Ash- 
burton pi. 
" Thomas G. elevator man, h. 9 Hews 
" William B. packer, B. h. Fairview 
ave. 
Kent Eloisa, h. 102 Appleton 
" Frank, teamster, h. 86 First 
" Frank E. clerk, 25 Seventh, b. 104 



Spring 



" George, driver milk team, b. 305 

Broadway 
" George H. salesman, 1354 Mass. ave. 

h. 103 Western ave. 
" George W. driver, h. 104 Spring 
" Isabel, h. 102 Appleton 
" John H. elevator man, 9 Glark, B. 

b. 196 Hampshire 
" Mary, widow of Christopher, h. 

1043 Cambridge 
" Mary E. teacher, Charlestown, b. 6 

Howland 
" Pierce J. electrician, h. 256 Green 
" Sarah E. Mrs. h. 196 Hampshire 
Kenyon George, machinist, b. 391 Cam- 
bridge 
" John W. lecturer, h. 146 Green 
" William, printer's pressman, B. b. 
10 Farwell pi. 
Keogh John J. shoemaker, 175 Cush- 
ing, rms. do. 
" Thomas, currier, foot Eustis ct. 
h. 67 Harris 
Keohane Jeremiah, laborer, b. 6 Bris- 
tol 
Keough Daniel, W. E. Ry. Co. h. 1 
Emmons pi. 
" Daniel J. watchman, h. 22 Plym- 
outh 
" Forence K. h. 27 Baldwin 
" James, driver, b. 54 Portland 



Keough John, grocer, 36 Harvard, h.do. 
" John, Jr. trader, b. 36 Harvard 
"Joseph, teamster, h. r. 113 Fourth 
" Joseph P. clerk, b. 323 Main 
" Mary, widow, h. 22 Brewer 
" Michael, h. 54 Portland 
" Roger, motorman, h. 27 Baldwin 
" Thomas F. fruit, 251 Broadway, 

rms. do. 
" William F. printer, b. 1 Emmons 

' PL 
" see Kehoe 
Kermer John G. action maker, b. 34 

State 
" Richard, helper, h. 34 State 
Kern Henry, cabinet maker, h. 66 An- 
trim 
Kernachan Emma N. widow of John. 

h. 833 Main 
Kernell Henry, switchman, B. & M. 

R. R. h. 48 Reed 
Kerr Christina, widow of David, h. 2 
Westacott ct. 
" Daniel W. F. letter carrier, 28 Brat- 
tle, h. 94 Wendell 
" Henry, organ case maker, h. 253 % 

Broadway 
" John E. carpenter, h. 11 Cedar 
" Margaret L. widow of John C. h. 25 

Baldwin 
" William H. shipper, A. H. Hews & 

Co. b. 253% Broadway 
Kerrigan James, at N. E. Wool Co. h. 
159 Tremont 
" John H. provisions, h. 357 Winsor 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 357 Win- 
sor 
" William H. lineman, b. 357 Winsor 
Kersey John, bookbinder, b. 135 
Hampshire 
" Michael F. salesman, b. 135 Hamp- 
shire 
" Robert, clerk, b. 135 Hampshire 
" William, city paver, h. 135 Hamp- 
shire 
" William J. packer, 29 Franklin, b. 
135 Hampshire 
Kervick John, glazier, b. 85 Cam- 
bridge 
Kerwin Annie, widow of Michael, h. 
166 Franklin 
" James A. hatter, h. 84 Plymouth 
" , h. 150 Berkshire 



Keshenofsk Herschell, painter, h. 744 

Cambridge 
Kessell Joanna, widow of Frederick, h. 

66 W 7 inter 
Ketchum George B. apothecary, 272 

Broadway, and 165 Main, h. 183 

Columbia 
" Isaac F. newsdealer, 21 Central sq. 

b. 20 Elm 



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Ketchum John C. clerk, 272 Broadway, 

h. 20 Elm 
Kettell Charles W. engineer, h. 19 

Brewster 
Keville John, coachman, 1481 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Somerville 
Kevin Charles, watchman, rms. 8 Wes- 
ley ave. 
Keyes Charles S. foreman, Cambridge 
Diary Co. h. 193 Hamilton 
" Henry S. salesman, h. 23 Cottage 
" James, h. 88 Washington 
" Lucy M. widow, at Baptist Home, 
308 Brookline 
Keyworth Ernest J. car conductor, h. 

38 Bigelow 
Kidd Gharles A. paper ruler, b. 352 
Cambridge 
" William J. carpenter, h. 7 Second 
Kidder Albert W. clerk, B. b. 47 Maga- 
zine 
" Alfred, h. 183 Brattle 
" Clarence P. clerk, B. b. 47 Magazine 
" Ellen M. teacher, Washington 

school, b. 18 Lee 
" Homer H. student, b. 183 Brattle 
" Howard W. student, H. U. b. 183 

Brattle 
" Merrill H. mnfr. shoe dressing, 109 

Purchase, B. h. 47 Magazine 
" William A. collector, B. & A. R. R. 
East Boston, h. 2175 Mass. ave. 
Kidney Agnes, widow of Andrew, h. 
138 Hampshire 
" William H. laborer, h. 138 Hamp- 
shire 
Kiely James F. baker, h. 11 Worcester 
Kiernan Thomas, at North's, h. 9 Jef- 
ferson 
" Thomas J. supt. of circulation, H. 

U. library, h. 25 Trowbridge 
" see Kernan 
Kierstead Mina, nurse, 860 Mass. ave. 

rms. do. 
Kiesele Henry, cooper, Goepper Bros. 

Co. Ninth, rms. 459 Cambridge 
Kihlberg Charles A. cabinet maker, h. 

70 Hampshire 
Kilberg William, cabinet maker, h. 721' 

Main 
Kilbdrd John, foreman, B. B. works, h. 

58 Plymouth 

Kilbride John J. at 29 Hampshire, b. 

72 do. 
Kilburn Julia M. widow of Curwin H. 

h. 59 Crescent 

" Walter N. asst. at H. U. Library, b. 

59 Crescent 

Kildery Martin, laborer, h. 113 Tre- 

mont 
Kilduff Bernard, plasterer, h. IS Lawn 



Kiley Daniel, laborer, h. 169 Green 
" James, laborer, b. 205 Mt. Auburn 
" John J. city teamster, h. 205 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Joseph V. carpenter, rms. 9 Allen 
" Michael, laborer, h. 73 Fifth 
" Morris, foreman, B. & A. R. R. b. 1 

Hotel Pleasant 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 205 Mt. Auburn 
" William, carriage painter, h. 8 

Davis 
" see Kiely 
Kilfoil Frank, plasterer, h. 14 Locust 
Kilfoile James, candy maker, h. 182 
Franklin 
" John, clerk, h. 445 Main 
" John, laborer, h. 166 Franklin 
" John F. clerk, 604 Mass. ave. b. 166 

Franklin 
" William, painter, b. 166 Franklin 
Kilkelly Bartholomew, fireman, h. 27 

Pioneer ave. 
Killam Wentworth F. carpenter, h. 95 

School 
Killcoyne Patrick, laborer, h. 128 Har- 
vard 
Killeen Michael, laborer, b. r. 90 Hol- 

wortny 
Killelea Charles, gardener, h. 237 Pearl 
Killion Michael W. motorman, rms. 9 
Soden 
" Patrick J. teamster, h. 56 Second 
" William, coachman, h. 88 Concord 
ave. 
Killoran Thomas, at 169 Gore, h. 45 

Harding 
Killoren Thomas J. brakeman, F. R. 

R. h. 3 White st. pi. 
Kilpatrick Robert J. horseshoer, h. 113 

Columbia 
Kilroy Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. 15 
Locust 
" William J. iceman, b. 15 Locust 
Kimball Anna G. clerk, 438 Mass. ave. 

b. 434 do. 
" Charles E. bookkeeper, h. 47c Wen- 
dell 
" Clinton L. press feeder, b. 243 Wes* 

tern ave. 
" Edgar R. apothecary, 195 Cam- 
bridge, B. h. 19 Hollis 
" Edward K. bookbinder, b. 243 Wes- 
tern ave. 
" Florence E. ladies' hairdresser, 579 

Mass. ave. rm. 5, b. 26 River 
" Fred, engineer, h. 9 Union 
" Fred F. foreman, 385 Putnam ave. 

h. 600 do. 
" F. H. engineer, 145 Broadway 
" George A. manager, 4 Park, B. h. 

30 Lee 
" George H. lather, h. 5 Holly 



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317 



Kimball George W. asst. sec. Y. M. C. 

A. 678 Mass. ave. b. 148 Magazine 
" Hannah A. boarding* house, 826 

Somerville ave. 
" Harry F. draughtsman, 2 Central 

sq. b. 49 Austin 
" James E. treas. 122 Hampshire, h. 

at Arlington 
" Josephine C. manicure, 579 Mass. 

ave. rm. 5, b. 26 River 
" J. Franklin, merchant tailor, 601 

, Mass. ave. h. 49 Austin 
" Leland L. action maker, Osborn, 

rms. 233 Broadway 
" Lucy A. Mrs. h. 2 Putnam ave. 
" Mary C Mrs. h. 243 Western ave. 

" Ma oL ( i M fv at Baptist H ° me ' HntSamuefA. clerk. 
308 Brookhne 

" Moses J. b. 5 Holly 

" Nancy J. widow of Joseph M. h. 600 

Putnam ave. 
" William, lather, h. 7 Laurel 
" William J. shipper, B. b. 826 Som- 
erville ave. 
Kindergarten and Day Nursery, 79 

Moore 
Kiner Abraham Lincoln, clothes clean- 
er, rms. 20 Flagg 
King Barney Jr. teamster, b. 251 Co- 
lumbia 

" Benjamin, broker and justice of the 
peace, h. 30 Bowdoin 

" Charles P. electrician, h. 30 Union 

" Colin J. carpenter, h. 23 Hovey ave. 

" Cornelia R. widow of James, nurse, 
h. 18 Ellery 

" Edward S. at Observatory, h. 30 
Crescent 

" Eugene F. canvasser, b. 151 Third 

" Frederick, clerk, 561 Mass. ave. h. 
76 Fairmont 

" Gustavus, hairdresser. 11 River, h. 
do. 

" Henry, laborer, b. 251 Columbia 

" Henry W. wheelwright, 16 Soden, 
b. 51 Jay 

" Herbert L. clerk, b. 20 Clinton 

" James H. steward, h. 29 Webster 
ave. 

" John, b. 672 Cambridge 

" John, laborer, b. 7 Broadway 

" John, laborer, b. 7 Porter 

" John, mason, h. 321 Columbia 

" John, moulder, b. 189 Cambridge 

" John H. candy maker, 443 Mass. av. 
h. 36 Market 

" Joseph, teamster, h. 148 Fifth 

" Lewis, hostler. 2 Eustis, h. 26 do. 

" Lydia, widow, h. 175 Prospect 

" Manuel, cabinet maker, b. 7 Fifth 

" Manuel, teamster, h. 148 Fifth 



209 Cam- 



King Margaret B. clerk, 
bridge, b. 376 do. 
" Martin, laborer, b. Bent, n. Sixth 
" Mary, book sewer, h. 212 Third 
" Mary G. widow of Barney, h. 251 

Columbia 
" Matthias, collector, b. 60 Fifth 
" Michael J. brick mason, h. 321 Co- 
lumbia 
" Owen, laborer, h. 151 Third 
" Patrick, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 44 

Ninth 
" Patrick, h. 672 Cambridge 

KINER ROBERT S. clothes 
cleaner and tailor, 719 Mass. ave. 
house 20 Flagg. See page 838 

ave. h. 

35 Sacramento 
" Sarah G. h. 305 Pearl 
" Thomas, hotel, b. 672 Cambridge 
" Thomas C. clerk, b. 305 Pearl 
" Thomas C. driver, 1420 Mass. ave. 
" Thomas J. driver, U. S. mail wagon 

h. 123 Munroe 
" William, machinist, h. 254 Charles 
" William A. carriage trimmer, 27 

State, rms. Pearl 
" William B. Rev. rector, Christ 

church, h. 13 Follen 
" William H. clerk, 1394 Cambridge, 

b. at Somerville 
" William T., 6. F. E. 5, h. 100% 

Hampshire 
Kingdon Samuel S. reporter, Boston 

Transcript, h. 16 Hubbard ave. 
Kingman Edmund, street car con- 
ductor, h. 64 Brookline 



Kingsbury Cordelia Mrs. h. 18 Vernon 
Kingsley Chester W. 19 Congress, B. 
h. 10 Chester 
" Samuel L. action maker, h. 60 Sac- 
ramento 
" see Kinsley 
Kingston Daniel, lab'r, b. 7 Plymouth 
" Thomas W. teamster, h. 275 Vine 
" William, freight handler, b. 16 
Winter 
Kiniry Daniel, teamster, B. !h. 52 Mt. 

Auburn 
Kinnealy Patrick, laborer, h. 12* Sev- 
enth 
Kinnear Conrad D. asst. city sealer, 
h. 306 Broadway 
" John, asst. doorkeeper, State House, 

B. h. 107 Lake View ave. 
" Joseph S. clerk, b. 107 Lake View 
ave. 

" Margaret Mrs. h. 897 Mass. ave. 

" , shoemaker, rms. 132 Austin 

Kinneen Patrick J. blacksmith, h. 19 
Magazine 



318 



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Kinney Charles H. carpenter, h. 20 

Magee 
" George E. student, b. 515 Putnam 

ave. 
" Margaret, widow, h. 82 DeWolfe 
" Phineas C. clerk, 386 River, b. 515 

Putnam ave. 
Kinsley Granger C. clerk, 637 Mass. av. 

h. 31 Essex 
" Henry, machinist, h. 1423 Cam- 
bridge 
" William A. h. 6% Carlisle 
" Winnifred, widow of Samuel, h. 

1129 Cambridge 
" Winnifred L. teacher, Washington 

school, b. 1129 Cambridge 
Kinsman Ada R. teacher, b. 15 Watson 
" Adolphus E. furniture mover, b. 17 

Market 
u Benjamin H. upholsterer, 730 Mass. 

ave. rms. 40 Austin 
" Edgar O. dentist, 15 Brattle, h. 13 

Walker 
" Everett P. furniture mover, h. 88 

Elm 
" Henry W. furniture mover, 46% 

Charles, B. b. 17 Market 
" Olive C. widow of John O. h. 15 

Watson 
" Sarah C. widow of Eben, h. 17 Mar- 
ket 
Kinssherf John, ihorse clipper, h. 28 

Eustis 
Kirby Charles J. electrotyper, U. P. b. 

26 Mt. Auburn 
" George E. electrician, 728 Mass. av. 

b. at Boston 
" James T. clerk, 79 Concord ave. b. 

26 Mt. Auburn 
" John L. asst. supt. 385 Putnam ave. 

h. 417 do. 
" John W. tinsmith, 723 Mass. ave. 

b. 97 Austin 
" Michael, laborer, h. 26 Warren 
"" Michael J. Jr. pressman, U. P. b. 

26 Mt, Auburn 
" Susan Mrs. h. 26 Mt. Auburn 
Kirchen Isaac, pants maker, b. 736 

Cambridge 
Kirchgassner Frank L. printer, b. r 

129 Spring 
" Labord, cabinet maker, h. r. 129 

Spring 
Kirchner Charles, boarding house, 7 

Broadway 
" William F. painter, h. 21 Washing- 
ton 

Kirk Henry, laborer, b. 28% Foster 
" James, engineer, h. 249 Sixth 
" Joseph, asst. engineer, W. E. St 
Ry. rms. 115 Fifth 



Kirk Sarah F. widow of John D. b. 7 

Rockwell 
Kirkpatrick Mary A. Mrs. at Baptist 

Home, 308 Brookline 
Kirley Edward D. letter carrier, P. 0. 
647 Mass. ave. b. 1206 Cam- 
bridge 
" George F. baker, 151 Harvard, h. 11 

Union 
" James J. machinist, h. 1206 Cam- 
bridge 
" see Curley 
Kirschten Fannie L. compositor, b. 11 
Sixth 
" Frederick W. at B. & A. R. R. b. 11 

Sixth 
" Gustavus, glass decorator, h. 11 
Sixth 
Kirshner Leon, carpenter, h. 319 Web- 
ster ave. 
Kirven John D. type foundry, h. 56 

Bridge 
Kissane Patrick, laborer, h. 243 Frank- 
lin 
" Richard, laborer, h. r. 243 Franklin 
Kissling Albert, laborer, h. 122 Har- 
vard, b. 339 Norfolk 
" Laurent, laborer, h. 339 Norfolk 
Kistner Frank W. (Cole, Kistner & 
Co.) provisions, 159 Hampshire, 
b. 205 do. 
Kitfield Harry P. clerk, Custom House, 

B. h. 429 Putnam ave. 
Kittredge Ann M. widow of Jesse H. 
h. 29 Bigelow 
" George L. asst. prof. H. U. h. 9 

Hilliard 
" George T. clerk, 557 Mass. ave. h. 
240 Green 
Kitts John J. bookkeeper, 4 Osborn, h. 

14 Fiske pi. 
Kivlan Catherine, widow of Peter, h. 
36 Gore 
" George A. at Boston Globe, b. 23 

Rockwell 
" John, teamster, b. 36 Gore 
" Peter B. pressman, b. 23 Rockwell 
" William, asst. foreman, R. P. h. 23 

Rockwell 
" William H. printer, h. 252 Western 
ave. 
Klashman Samuel L. tailor, 22 Cen- 
tral sq. h. at Boston 
Klein Ignatz, clothing and gents' fur- 
nishings, 853 Main, h. 2 Austin 

Kleinberg Andrew, case maker, h. Ho- 
tel School 

Kleinhart Andrew, at N. P. & P. Co. b. 
48 Warren 

Kline Joseph, shoemaker, 14 Brewery, 
h. at Boston 



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319 



Kline Joseph P. iron moulder, h. 199 

Portland 
Knape Charles, mechanical engineer, 

2 Central sq. h. 1423 Cambridge 
Knapp Allen H. student, H. U. h. 11 

Wendell 
" Carl, ins. agent, 85 Water, B. h. 14 

Pleasant pi. 
" Julius P. carpenter, h. 65 Rice 
Kneeland Edward P. helper, 27 Church, 

b. 17 Eliot 
" George B. salesman, 30 Boylston, b. 

17 Eliot 
" James, h. 320 Main 
" James Edwin (McCarter & Knee- 
land), printer, 3 Linden, b. 250 

Green 
" Jennie, widow of J. E. h. 250 Green 
" John, laborer, h. 59 Cedar 
" John H. teamster, b. 320 Main 
" Joseph P. teamster, h. 773 Cam- 
bridge 
" Joseph S. driver, b. 17 Eliot 
" Mary A. Mrs. h. 17 Eliot 
" Thomas H. carriagesmith, 27 

Church, b. 17 Eliot 
" William B. plumber, 1982 Mass. av. 

h. 162 Elm, N. C. 
Knight Albert L. foreman, h. 1427 

Cambridge 
" Charles W. motorman, h. Lawn 
" Clarence E. stone cutter, h. 223 

Harvard 
" Elbridge E. watchman, U. P. h. 12 

Avon pi. 
" Emeline C. Mrs. h. 2 Orchard 
" Ernest, hairdresser, b. 10 Farwell 

pi. 
" Henry O. clerk, 145 Hampshire, h. 

143 do. 
" John J. wine clerk, Algonquin 

Club, B. h. 27 Lawrence 
" Julia B. asst. matron, Almshouse, 

Tannery, b. do. 
" Laura, widow, h. 85 Green 
" Mary F. and Alice, b. 2 Orchard 
" Oscar L. clerk, h. 7 Cherry 
" Pamelia W. widow of Joseph R. h. 

25 Third 

" Simon, rms. 96 Mt. Auburn 

" Willard, carpenter, h. 76 Magazine 

" William, machinist, h. 89 Thorndike 

" William E. livery stable, 15 Gore 

" William H. Mrs. h. 54 Western ave. 

Knights Catharine V. Mrs. h. 782 Mass. 
ave. 

" Samuel R. (S. R. Knights & Co.) 
auctioneer, 615 Mass. ave. and 
Tremont bldg. B. h. 1039 Mass. 
ave. 



KNIGHTS S. K. & CO. (Samuel 
R. Knights), auctioneers and real 
estate, 615 Mass. ave. and 650 Tre- 
mont bldg. B. See back cover 
Knott Henry, laborer, b. 4 Gray pi. 

" Nathaniel W. T. h. 3 Potter park 

" see Nott 
Knowles D. K. foreman sausage maker, 
169 Gore, h. at Somerville 

" Harvard C. machinist, b. 52 Austin 

" James, mason, b. 1211 Cambridge 

" John S. watchman, R.P. h. 22 Rock- 
well 

" John T. brakeman, B. & M. R. R. 
h. 32 Cameron 
Knowlton Annie T. Mrs. h. 1 Ballord 
pi. 

" Charles H. bookkeeper, 2 Holyoke, 
b. 1096 Mass. ave. 

" Edwin T. salesman, h. 29 Putnam 
ave. 

" Emma F. A. widow of Aaron, h. 16 
Ellsworth ave. 

" George F. clerk, 4 Central sq. b. 45 
Prospect 

KNOWLTON GEORGE P. 
sexton, First Baptist church, pa- 
per hangings and wall papers, 4 

Central sq. h. 45 Prospect. See 

page 802 
" George W. carpenter, h. 1096 Mass. 

ave. 
" Grace L. widow of Benjamin F. h. 

69 Washington 
" Herbert E. phvsician, 494 Mass. av. 

h. do. 
" John, cutter, B. h. 1 Ballord pi. 
" Samuel D. paper hanger, 4 Central 

sq. b. 45 Prospect 
Knox Andrew, pressman, b. 136 Mun- 

roe 
" Charles H. cook, h. 45 Essex 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 90 First 
" Edward, laborer, h. r. 27 Sixth 
" Franklin C. foreman, U. P. h. 85 

Putnam ave. 
" Grace, widow, b. 45 Essex 
" Ira C. porter, h. 45 Essex 
" James, cabinet maker, h. 320 Main 
" James, shoreman, h. 136 Munroe 
" John W. mnfr. of hand stamps, 22 

Milk, B. h. 152 Cherry 

" William, machinist, h. 13 Moore 

Knutson John, carriagesmith, rms. 49 
Columbia 

Koch William, clerk, h. 103 Kinnaird 

Koehler George, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 
156 Spring 

Koffelmann Mrs. widow, h. 309 Port- 
land 



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Kogel Frederica, wid. b. 13y 2 Frank- 
lin 

Kohler Charles W. machinist, b. 107 
Columbia 
" Julia, widow of Lewis, h. 107 Co- 
lumbia 

Kohlhepp Christian, sausage maker, 
172 Thorndike, h. r. 177 Spring 

Kollen John W. baker, h. 49 Columbia 

Kolseth Henry S. a,gt. 53 Oliver, B. h. 
20 Walden 

Kolster August, musician, h. 35 Cogs- 
well ave. 

Komanda John, shoemaker, 1386 Mass. 
ave. h. at Somerville 

Konetzky Antoine, laborer, h. 8 Wes- 
ley ave. 

Kops Victor, draughtsman, 2 Central 
sq. h. at Boston 

Kordulasinski Wactaw, at 169 Gore, h. 
8 Mullens ct. 

Koreb Morris, tailor, 474 Mass. ave. h. 
41 Prince 

Korman John, peddler, h. 20 Clay 

Kraas Adolph, silversmith, 240 Dover, 
B. h. 188 Thorndike 
" Charles A. silversmith, b.188 Thorij- 
dike 

Kramer Harry, car conductor, h. 84 
Rice 

Kreeb Fred, sausage maker, 181 Broad- 
way, h. 3 Webster ave. 
" John, laborer, h. 3 Webster ave. 
" Mary A. Mrs. grocer, 5 Webster ave. 
h. 3 do. 

Kreltmann Louis, butcher, 172 Thorn- 
dike, h. do. 

Kretschmar Albert, clerk, 172 Thorn- 
dike, b. 1531 Cambridge 

Kriedel Max, coppersmith, h. 142 
Amory 

Kriegel Nicholas, rope maker, h. 1018 
Cambridge 

Kroepsch Robert W. baker, 1166 Cam- 
bridge, h. 338 Norfolk 

Kroif Joseph, helper, h. 9 Brewery 

Krogh Edward C. painter, b. 103 Green 

Krona Peter M. shipper, h. 23 Ports- 
mouth 

Kronan Timothy A. varnisher, h. 68 
Otis 

Krook John L. inlayer, b. 108 Thorn- 
dike 

Krueger Julius W. proofreader, R. P. 
rms. 39 Pleasant 

Krupp Frank, plumber, b. 219 Green 

Kuebler Charles, h. 2495 Mass. ave. 

Kuhan Michael, laborer, h. 48 Porter 

Kuhaupt Frederica Mrs. h. 11 Portland 

Kullman Sophia M. Mrs. midwife, h. 5 
Temple 



Kullman Sven L. C. cornice maker, b. 5 

Temple 
Kunde Edward, bottler, b. 303 Elm 
Kuner August, baker, Hampshire, cor. 

Plymouth, h. 83 Plymouth 
" Theresa, clerk, b. 83 Plymouth 
Kupfer Chanes F. calenderer, Am. 

Rub. Co. h. 73 Webster ave. 
Kurth Reinhold, wire worker, h. 2 Cot- 
tage ct. 
Kusick John E. painter, b. 211. Putnam 

ave. 
" Robert T. painter, h. 11 Erie 
" see Cusick, also Cusack 
Kuszmenk Rheinholdt, gilder, h. 57 

Columbia 
" William, clerk, b. 57 Columbia 
Kverne Olsen O. ornamenter, b. 524 

Mass. ave. 
Kwinkelenberg David, adv. agent, 155 

Franklin, B. h. 372 Beacon 
Kyle Thomas, teamster, h. 7 Mill 

LABELLE GREGOIRE, carpenter, h: 

44 Plymouth 
LaBlond Frank, candy maker, b. 15 

Columbia 
Labonte Albert J. student, b. S30 Som- 
erville ave. 
" Eliza Mrs. dressmaker, 1912 Mass. 

ave. h. 830 Somerville ave. 
" Frank N. clerk, 1863 Mass. ave. b. 

830 Somerville ave. 
" George, motorman, b. r. 42 Mont- 
gomery 
Labranch Horace, machinist, h. 348 
Green 
" Joseph, brush maker, h. 348 Green 

LaBREQUE Mme. millinery, 715 
Mass. ave. h. 24 Magazine. See 
page 839 
Labree Albert, copper worker, h. 31 

Harvard 
Labuskie Frank, shoemaker, r. 224 

Vine 
Lacas Joseph, blacksmith, h. 112 
Fourth 
" Joseph Jr. "watchmaker, b. 112 
Fourth 
Lacelie Joseph, hairdresser, b. r. 50 

Rindge ave. 
Lacey Garrett, galvanizer, b. 7 Broad- 
way 
" James, laborer, h. 1069 Cambridge 
" John, engineer, h. 12 Plymouth 
" Michael, action maker, b. 7 Broad- 
way 
Lackey William H. h. 32 Tufts 
Lacount Ella F. widow of Foster, h. 

362 Putnam ave. 
" Victor, carpenter, b. 5 Locke 



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Lacroix Bazile, broom mnfr. r. 63% 
Rindge ave. h. 18 Harvey 
" George, broom maker, b. 18 Harvey 
Henry, teamster, h. 792 Main 
Ladd Fred L. police, station 1, h. 14 
Rutland 
" George V. bookkeeper, B. h. 46 IJus- 

sell 
" George W. surgical instruments, B. 

h. 62 Gorham 
" Mary A. widow of John S. h. 2 
Frost 
Ladell Thomas, paper ruler, h. 52 Mid- 
dlesex 
Ladner Charlotte D. widow of John, h. 
245 Sixth 
" Mary M. widow of John, h. 29 
Brookline 
Lafayette Market, 901 Main 
Laffey Annie Mrs. h. 169 Franklin 
" George E. plumber, b. 169 Franklin 
" James, clerk, P. O., B. b. 84 Hol- 
worthy 
" John, rubber worker, b. 84 Hol- 
worthy 
" John L. teamster, b. 169 Franklin 
" Martin, laborer, h. 84 Holworthy 
" Thomas, laborer, h. r. 90 Holworthy 
Laflamme Edmund, carriage maker. I). 
6 Brookf ord 
" Elzear, carpenter, B. S. B. Co. r. 

124 Rindg'e ave. h. do. 
" Leopold, hairdresser, 6 Holyoke, 
rms. 47 Putnam ave. 
Lafond Louis, cabinet maker, h. 126 

Columbia 
Laforest David, brick maker, h. 273 

Walden 
Lafrance John B. barkeeper, B. h. 3 

Cottage Park ave. 
Lagerborg John, cabinet maker, b. 99 

Spring 
Laguerquist Eric, cabinet maker, and 
upholsterer, 7 Cherry ct. h. 5S 
Cherry 
" Louise Mrs. dressmaker, 5S Cherry, 

h. do. 
Laha Mary, widow of James, h. 114 

Hamilton 
Lahiff James, h. 313 Elm 
" John, laborer, h. 261% Portland 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 297 Elm 
Laible Amelia M. Mrs. h. 79 Oxford 
Laighton Charles A. painter, 18 Fair- 
mont, h. do. 
Laiho Frederick M. laborer, h. 10 

Hastings 
Laing Alfred A. druggist, 269 Pearl, h. 
159 Magazine 
" Daniel C. waiter, h. 7 Dyke 
Laird William M. tel. operator, b. 32 
Brookline 



Lake Charles H. (Lake & Moynahan) 

livery stable, 1230 Mass. ave. h. 

52 Trowbridge 

" Frank B. student, b. 52 Trowbridge 

" Hannah, widow of George, h. 40 

Baldwin 

LAKE & MOYNAHAN (Charles 
H. Lake and Neal A. Moynahan), 
livery stable, 1230 Mass. avenue. 
See page 828 

Lakin Thomas, car cleaner, h. 51 Gore 
Lalley George W. clerk, 98 Banks, b. 

96 do. 

" .John Mrs. grocer, 98 Banks, h. do. 
" John H. grocer, 26 Surrey, h. do. 

" Thomas G. h. 1 Mill 
" William, wire worker, b. 195 Broad- 
way 
Lally Catharine L. widow of Thomas 
G. h. 3 Shepherd's blk. Plympton 

" Dennis W. soap maker, b. 195 
Broadway 

' Edward F. b. 9 Plymouth 

' Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. 9 Ply- 
mouth 

' John D. book binder, R. P. h. 24 
Cowperthwaite 

' John J. sawj^er, 174 Broadwav. h. 
195 do. 

' John P. pressman, B. P. h. 14 Otter 

' Lawrence P. box mnfr. b. 27 Berk- 
shire 

' Michael, white washer, h. 48 Hard- 
ing' 

' Patrick J. furniture polisher, b. 177 
Charles 

' Patrick J. sawyer, h. 27 Berkshire 

' Thomas, driver, b. 195 Broadway 
LaLond J. H. clerk, 604 Mass. ave. b. 

97 Brookline 

LaMarche Frank D. salesman, B. b. 
1860 Mass. ave. 
" John L. machinist, b. 25 Donnell 
" Mary A. widow of Louis, h. 1860 

Mass. ave. 
" Walter J. physician, 1038 Mass. ave. 
h. do. 
Lamb Augustus C. student, M. I. T., 
B. b. 26 Mt. Vernon 
" Catherine, widow of Michael F. h. 

138 Amory 
" Charles P. Mrs. h. 159 Brattle 

" C. Fred, lumber surveyor, rms. 15 
Jay 

" George, conveyancer, h. 9 Ellsworth 
ave. 

" George T. hairdresser, B. b. 177 Au- 
burn 

" Harry L. clerk, 91 Brookline, b. 115 
River 



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Lamb Henry W. (Lamb & Ritchie) 

sheet metal pipe mnfr. Albany, 

h. at Brookline 
' James, laborer, b. 10 Salem 
" Jesse R. teamster, b. 441 Columbia 
" Joseph, drug clerk, b. 136 Amory 
" Joseph J. plumber, h. 17 Howard 
*■* Michael F. at tube works, rms. 136 

Amory 
" Roland O. sec. 178 Devonshire, B. 

h. 26 Mt. Vernon 
" Samuel T. h. 26 Mt. Vernon 
" Susan A. widow of Jesse, h. 441 

Winsor 
" Thomas H. plumber, 696 Mass. ave. 

h. 17 Clary 

LAMB & RITCHIE (Henry W. 
Lamb and David A.Ritchie), sheet 
metal pipe mnfrs. Albany, corner 
Portland. See page 22 
Lambert Cleopbas, carpenter, h. 15 
Bolton 
" Edward B. b. 23 Highland 
" Emile T. tutor, h. 15 Remington 
" Frank H. (George H. Lambert & 
Son) insurance, 11 Pearl, b. 32 
Essex 
" George H. (G. H. Lambert & Son) 
insurance, 11 Pearl, h. 32 Essex 

LAMBERT GEORGE H. & 
SON (George H. and Frank H.^), 
insurance and real estate, mort- 
gages, etc. 11 Pearl. See page 19 
" George S. car conductor, b. 32 Mt. 

" G. H. & P. J. (Garrett H. and Pat- 
rick J. Lambert) masons, 27 
Tuttle 
" Isaac, laborer, b. 15 Bolton 
" John N. tinsmith, h. 316 Prospect 
" Martin, laborer, h. r. 88 Gore 
" Nicholas, laborer, b. 4 Parnell 
" Patrick C. ice cream maker, 39 

Boylston, h. at East Boston 
" Peter, painter, b. 34 Sherman 
" Tlhomas F. plasterer, h. 22 Sherman 
" William B. window glass, B. h. 23 
Highland 
Laminar Fibre Co. office and factory, 

Tannery 
Lamkin Annie M. dressmaker, 39 
Sacramento, b. do. 
" Frederic L. (F. L. Lambert & Co.) 

printer, b. 39 Sacramento 
" F. L. & Co. (F. L. Lamkin and W. 
J. McKeever) printers, 1229 Cam- 
bridge 
" Rufus L. carpenter, h. 39 Sacra- 
mento 
Lamont Annie Mrs. h. 140 Pleasant 
" Hammond, h. 3 James 



Lamothe Isaac, blacksmith, h. 10 
Stearns 
" Louis, blacksmith^ helper, 34 Sher- 
man 
Lamphere Frank, laborer, h. 63 

School 
Lamprey Josie F. Mrs. teacher, Web- 
ster grammar school, b. 169 
Auburn 
Lampron Annie, widow of Edwin C. 

h. 6 Hotel Harrison 
Lamson Asa C. real estate, 559 Mass. 
ave. h. 843 do. 
" Charles H. machinist, h. 129 Wash- 
ington 
" Fred U. salesman, 29 Franklin, h. 

11 Gardner 
" John H. sign painter, 560 Mass. ave. 

h. 28 Essex 
" Mary S. widow of Edwin, h. 3 
Clinton 
Lancaster Sherman R. physician, 5 

Pleasant, rms. do. 
Land Charles F. clerk, 9 Chauncy, B'. 
ib. 110 Austin 
" Frances A. Mrs. 'h. 110 Austin 
" Frank H. h. 1035 Mass. ave. 
Landahl John L. cabinet maker, h. 25 

Line 
Lander Francis A. ship joiner, h. 335 

Pearl 
Landers Edward, restaurant, B. h. 22 

Magazine 
Landergan David, grocer, 164 Sherman. 

h. 162 do. 
Landerkin Edward, night engineer, C. 
W. W. station, rms. 14 Rutland 
" Llewellyn, h. 300 Mass. ave. 
Landers Frank, hatter, b. Hotel 
Brooks 
" Honora Mrs. grocer, 35 Bristol, h. 

37 do. 
" Joseph, hatter, b. Hotel Brooks 
" Mary, widow of Thomas, h. Hotel 

Brooks 
" Michael L. h. 385 Winsor 
" Robert, porter, h. 19 Lambert 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 37 Bristol 
Landman Bradford H. variety store, 
24 Boylston, h. 56 Winthrop 
" see Lanman 
Landrigan John W. laborer, b. 26 
Vineyard 
" Maurice, b. 10 Hunting 
" Michael, laborer, h. 26 Vineyard 
" see Landergan 
Landry Constance, foreman, 281 S^her- 
man, h. 124 Garden 

" David, coppersmith, h. 95 Pine 
" Joseph, tinsmith, h. Hotel Holly, 
Brooks 



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323 



Landry Joseph P. hostler, 281 Walden 
" Willis, coachman, 21 Arlington, h. 
168 Raymond 
Landy John, painter, 22 Church, rms. 

79 Boylston 
Lane Alice M. Mrs. variety store, 51 

Washington, h. do. 
" Andrew, laborer, h. 28 Porter 
" Archibald D. car conductor, rms. 

125 Mt. Auburn 
" Caroline M. Mrs. h. 19 Oxford 
" Catherine, widow of John, h. r. 57 

Sixth 
" Chester B. clerk, 473 Cambridge, b. 

131 Thorndike 
*' Cornelius, glass worker, b. 7 Jef- 
ferson 
" Cornelius J. h. 238 Bridge 
" Daniel, carpenter, b. 225 Broadway 
" David, ledgeman, h. 81 Rindge ave. 
" David E. laborer, b. 16 Middlesex 
" David H. rubber worker, Maiden, 

h. 1197 Cambridge 
•' Dennis, h. 17 West 
" Elias N. h. 114 Western ave. 
" Ellen, widow of John, h. 7 Jeffer- 
son 
" Prank E. student, b. 19 Portsmouth 
" Gardiner M., Lee, Higginson & Co. 

44 State, B. h. 8 Mercer circle 
" George B. grocer, 1027 Cambridge, 

h. 367 Columbia 
" George M. Pope professor of Latin, 

H. U. h. 8 Mercer Circle 
" James, laborer, h. 58 North 
" Jane L. h. 25 Appleton 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 48 Bridge 
" Jeremiah H. h. 19 Florence 

LANE JOHN, carriage mnfr. 35 
Gore, h. 29 Springfield, Som. See 
page 830 
" John, city laborer, b. 16 Middle- 
sex 
" John, glass worker, b. 713 Cam- 
bridge 
" John, laborer, b. 103 Cambridge 
" John, laborer, h. 161 Franklin 
" John, laborer, h. 70 Fifth 
" John, laborer, h. 7 Jefferson 
" John, laborer, h. 4 Lexington 
". John, laborer, h. 51 North 
" John, switchman, B. & M. R. R. h. 

127% Bridge 
" John A. teamster, h. 103 Cam- 
bridge 
" John H. cigar maker, b. 247 Green 
" John J. boots and shoes, 58 Rindge, 

b. 16 Middlesex 
" Josiah F. bookkeeper, 689 Mass. 
ave. h. 158 Western ave. 

" Jmiia, h. 35 Warren 



Lane Julia E. dressmaker, 19 Florence, 
b. do. 
" Margaret, widow of John, h. 7 

Blair pi. 
" Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 713 

Cambridge 
" Mary R. h. 16 William 
" Maurice, apprentice, stone cutter, 

b. 70 Gore 
" Patrick, tinsmith, h. 70 Fifth 
" Peter J. clerk, B. b. 7 Blair pi. 
" Stephen, tailor, b. 107 Cambridge 
" Theron H. (T. H. Lane & Co.) cloth- 
ing, 473 Cambridge, h. 131 
Thorndike 
" Thomas, cooper, h. 35 Warren 
" Timothy, laborer, b. 51 North 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 12 Hunting 

LANE T. H. & CO. (T. H. Lane), 
clothing, hats, caps and gents' fur- 
nishings, 473 Cambridge. See p. 834 
" Ward H. insideman, 33 Washington 

ave. h. 54 Walden 
" Watson D. printer, b. 29 Brookline 
" Willard E. clerk, 275 Main, h. 146 

Winsor 
" William, helper, 135 Washington, b. 

do. 
" William, laborer, b. 73 Fifth 
" William C. librarian, Boston Athe- 
naeum, h. 19 Oxford 
" William C. physician, 51 Washing- 
ton, h. do. 
Lang' Anestina, widow of Lewis, h. 81 
Webster ave. 
Clara F. widow of Ira M. h. 24 

Irving 
Ferdinand, printer, b. 81 Webster 

ave. 
Francis, bridge works, h. 17 

Seventh 
George F. action maker, h. 25 Mar- 
ket 
George W. driver, h. 72 Plymouth 
Henry, book marbler, h. 269 Put- 
nam ave. 
Herbert B. b. 24 Irving 
John C. h. 247 Green 
John H. at Boston Bridge Works, 

<b. Ill Second 
Lewis, carver, rms. 143 Thorndike 

Lewis P. piano worker, b. 25 Mar- 
ket 

Margaret, widow of John, h. 111 

Second 
Mary A. typesetter, b. Ill Second 
William H. painter, h. 24 Pleasant 
William H. B. teamster, 220 Port- 
land, b. 5 Sacramento 
" see Laing 



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CAMBRIDGE [£,] DIBECTORY 



Langan Annie Mrs. dry goods, 10 Port- 
land, h. do. 
Lang-dell Christopher C. prof, law 

school, H. U. h. 37 Quincy 
Lang-don Minnie L. Mrs. h. 141 Austin 
" Sophia H. h. 119 Oxford 
" William H. collector, P. 0., B. h. 
533 Putnam ave. 
Lange Peter, brick maker, h. 19 Jack- 
son 
Langer Delia E. widow of Charles, h. 

.28 Pleasant 
Langford Anna, widow of Rufus, h. 
61b Grigg 
" Edwin C. Rev. asst, pastor M. E. 
Church, Allston, h. 159 Chestnut 
" Jonas, coachman, 129 Magazine, h. 
13 Walnut ct. 
Langille Adam, motorman, h. 102% 
Hampshire 
" Daniel W. at glue factory, b. 208 

Franklin 
" Janis, h. 2 Union pi. 
Langley Daniel C. carpenter, h. 291 
Main 
" Edwin C. ins. agt. h. 143 Pine 
" Eliza J. h. 143 Thorndike 
" Everett W. watchman, h. 577 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Prank F. b. 143 Pine • 
" Freeman, pressman, 4 Williams ct. 

B. h. 17 Miller ave. 
" Lauren F. clerk, 227 Cambridge, h. 

109 Gore 
" Olive E. widow of Lauren, h. Ill 

Gore 
" Theodore H. h. 59 Chestnut 
" William E. conductor, h. 143 Pine 
Xanglois Joseph A. brakeman, F. R. R. 
h. 15 Railroad 
" Maxim, brick maker, h. 83 Sherman 
Langmaid Dorcas, widow of Samuel H. 
h. 78 Kirkland 
" James, brakeman, b. 102 Thorn- 
dike 
Lanraan, Charley R. prof, of Sanskrit, 
H. U. h. 9 Farrar 
" see Landman 
Lansburg Fannie, widow of Julius, 

grocer, 41 Harding, h. do. 
Lansing Frank, paper hanger, h. 221 
Putnam ave. 
" Isaac J. Rev. pastor, Park Street 

church, B. h. 1034 Mass. ave. 
" John A. publisher, 154 Pearl, B. h. 
1034 Mass. ave. 

" John E. student, b. 1034 Mass. ave. 

Lanson Anna, teacher, Webster school, 

b. 21 Magazine 
Lantigua Andrew, cigar mnfr. h. 100 

Putnam ave. 



Lantigua Benjamin, bookkeeper, B. b. 

100 Putnam, ave. 
Lapham George F. Jr. salesman, 120 

Franklin, B. b. 2161 Mass. ave. 
LaPierre Elie H. apothecary, 80 River, 
and (LaPierre & Co.) 223 Put- 
nam ave. h. 109 River 
" Sarah E. widow of Elie F. h. 109 

River 
" & Co. (Elie H. LaPierre and George 
E. Norton) apothecaries, 223 
Putnam ave. 
Lapointe James V. bookkeeper, 66 
Sherman, h. 238 Walden 
" Joseph, peddler, h. 19 Harding 
" William, cigar maker, h. 385 Colum- 
bia 
Lappen Joseph, fish cutter, h. 28 Rail- 
road 
Lappin Rose A. dining rooms, 1137 

Mass. ave. h. do. 
Laramy Elizabeth, widow of William, 

h. 197 Lake View ave. 
Lareau Louis N. salesman, h. 117 Kin- 

naird 
Large Arthur W. carpenter, rms. 
Pearl 
" John Charles, carpenter, b. 46 

Boylston . 
" H. Russell, carpenter, h. 46 Boyl- 
ston 
Larginton August, laborer, h. 131 

Sherman 
Larkin Benjamin M, machinist, h. 
140 Pearl 
" Bennett N. Co. sewing machines, 

etc. 1128 Cambridge 
" Catherine L. dressmaker, 21 Cow- 

perthwaite, b. 35 do. 
" Daniel, teamster, b. 58 Harvard 
" David, laborer, h. 260 Charles 
" Elizabeth, widow, h. 5 Grant 
" James, laborer, b. 5 Grant 
" James J. boiler maker, h. 50 Broad- 
way 
" James L. clerk, 541 Main, b. 58 

Harverd 
" Lawrence, laborer, h. 58 Harvard 
" Michael J. laborer, h. 2 Walker ct. 
" Nellie Mrs. h. 91 Winsor 
" Patrick, clerk, b. 21 Lee 
" Richard E. cooper, h. 33 Fourth 
" Theodore H. at Am. Rub. Co. h. 13 

Portsmouth 
" Thomas, copper worker, b. 53 Har- 
vard 
Lamer Henry, laborer, rms. 28 Dun- 
ster 
" M. furrier, h. 948 Mass. ave. 
LaRoche Joseph, W. E. St. R. Go. em- 
ployee, h. 103 Rice 



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325 



Larochell E. Octave, blacksmith, h. 11 

Cushing ave. 
Larocque Norman F. painter, h. 227 

Putnam ave. 
Larose E. George, mason, h. 7 Cottage 
Park ave. 
" Leon, painter, h. 33 Harvey 
" Morris, mason, 11 Brookford, h. do. 
Larsen Charles, baker, b. 5 Torrington 
pi. 
" Emil, baker, 22 Norfolk, h. 3 
Coolidge pi. 
Larson August, piano worker, h. 140 
Hampshire 
" Axel, wood carver, b. 9 Magnolia 
ave. 
Bernard, painter, 187 Green, b. 155 
Cherry 
" Charles, bridge builder, b. 183 Har- 
vard 
" Charles, laborer, h. 295 River 
" Charles, mariner, h. 2 Clark st. pi. 
" Charles, foreman, 137 Main, h. 95y 2 

Harvard 
*' Edward, piano maker, b. 1 Lamson 

pi. 
" Gottfried, cabinet maker, h. 5 Tor- 
rington pi. 
" Hj aimer, carriage maker, b.95 Har- 
vard 
" John, carpenter, h. 105 Gore 
" John V. W. clerk, b. 176 Pleasant 
" Lars Frederick, piano case maker, 

h. 16 Washington 
" Louis, gardener, h. 4 Myrtle ave. 
li Martin, painter, 187 Green, h. 155 

Cherry 
" Noah, painter, b. 469 Cambridge 
" Ole, peddler, h. 1236 Cambridge 
" Victor E. wood turner, h. 176 Pleas- 
ant 
" see Lawson 
Larrabee Herbert L. ins. agent, b. 38a 

Orchard 
Larsson Birger, shoe finisher, B. h. 10 

Suffolk 
Laselle Lydia R. h. 48 Concord ave. 
Laskey Cora E. teacher, Gore, b. 90 
Otis 
" Delina, widow of John W. h. 90 Otis 
" Georgia Mrs. h. 107 Magazine 
Latanowiez Ignace, sausage maker, h. 
165 Fifth 
" Ludwig. sausage maker, h. r. 95 
Winter 
Laterzo Frank, fruit, 544 Cambridge, 
h. do. 

LATHE LEONORA F. MRS. 
M. D. 34 Austin, house do. office 
hours, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M. 
Lathe Melinda E. h. 343 Mass. ave. 



Lathrop Arthur W. (Lathrop & Cool- 
edge) 71 Kingston, B. b. 424 
Putnam ave. 
" Eug-ene R. compositor, h. 39 Ellery 
" George, porter, B. h. 144 Putnam 

ave. 
" James G. instructor, Hemenway 

gymnasium, H. U. h. 13 Avon 
" William L. salesman, 71 Kingston, 

B. h. 424 Putnam ave. 
Latkowitch Louis, tailor, 539 Cam- 
bridge, h. 474 do. 
Latour Joseph, wire worker, h. r. 147 

Brookline 
Lattimack Gustave, farm hand, b. 6 

Cushing ave. 
Lattimore Lawrence, laborer, h. 3 

Jordan 
Laubinger Caesar, cigar packer, h. 103 
Pleasant 
" Emil, cigar packer, B. h. 120 Pleas- 
ant 
Laugh-ran Michael W. laborer, h. 13 

Wright 
Laughton Mary Mrs. h. 228 Chestnut 
" William, bookbinder, b. 228 Chest- 
nut 
Lauree Linn, fireman, B. & A. R. R. h. 

114 Pleasant 
Lavangie Albert, laborer, h. 64 Brook- 
line 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 83 Auburn 
" John, mainer, h. 74 Brookline 
" J. David, clerk, 110 Harvard, h. 36 

Hampshire 
" Sarah, widow of Abram, h. 83 Au- 
burn 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 83 Auburn 
Lavelle George, driver, b. 44 Plymouth 
" Maxwell, teamster, b. 44 Plymouth 
" Stephen, cooper, h. 44 Plymouth 
" Thomas J. sexton, St. Peter's 
church, b. 29 Buckingham 
Laverell Fred (Rose & Laverell), hair 
dresser, 347 Western ave. b. at 
Boston 
Lavery James, rubber worker, b. 65 
Moore 
" John, at Am. Rub. Co. b. 65 Moore 
Lavey James F. laborer, h. 81 Amory 
" John D. watchman, h. 154 Tremont 
" John F. machinist, h. 42 Jefferson 
" William J. (Fitzgerald & Lavey), 
grocer, 117 Hampshire, h. 357 
Columbia 
Lavin John, clerk, 64 Webster ave. b. 
60 do. 
" William, silversmith, B. b. 189 Co- 
lumbia 
Lavine Frank, at N. P. & P. Co. b. 1096 
Cambridge 



326 



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[L] 



DIRECTORY 



Lavine Peter, at N. P. & P. Co. h. 1096 

Cambridge 
Lavoie Ambrose, h. 65 Rindge ave. 
" Frank, painter, b. 65 Rindge ave. 
" Jeremy, brickmaker, h. 269 Walden 
" Joseph, laborer, b. 65 Rindge ave. 
" Joseph P. clerk, 105 Rindge ave. 
" Judiney, carpenter, b. 105 Rindge 

ave. 
" Paul, grocer, 105 Rindge ave. h. do. 
" William, laborer, b. 65 Rindge ave. 
Law Annie, saleswoman, rms. 45 Win- 
throp 
" Emerson W. clerk, Third District 
'Court, Brattle sq. b. 2 Nutting 
pi. 
" Frederick W. police, station 2, h. 

70 Franklin 
" George A. action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 214 Winsor 
" Robert, foreman, Cambridge Gas 
Co. h. 124 Webster ave. 
Lowes William (Clabburd & Laws), 
pool, etc. 532 Mass. ave. h. at 
Boston 
Laws E. H. actor, h. 44 Jay 
Lawler Annie, h. 169 Sherman 

" see Lawlor 
Lawless John, watchman, Revere 
Sugar Refinery, h. 25 Gore 
" John W. clerk, b. 25 Gore 
" Richard, b. 2 Chestnut pk. 
Lawlor Patrick, fireman, h. 35 Baldwin 
Lawne Mary E. widow of Bernard, h. 

57 Fourth 
Lawrence Alexander H. b. 15 Rem- 
ington 
" Alice B. widow, h. 44 Market 
" Antone, sugar house, b. 19 Gore 
" Charles F. provisions, 901 Main, h. 

210 Columbia 
" Dick T. clerk, 260 Washington, B. 

b. 32 Blake 
" Dolly D. widow of James K. b. 1725 

Mass. ave. 
" Ella L. widow of Frank, h. 132 

Franklin 
" Frank N. clerk, B. b. 6 Maple ave. 
" George H. produce, 104 Faneuil 

Hall market, B. h. 6 Maple ave. 
" George L. provisions, 30 Faneuil 
Hall market, B. h. 407 Broadway 
" George P. lawyer, 53 Tremont, rm. 

14, B. h. 12 Mason 
" Herbert T. coal, 125 Columbus ave. 

B. h. 29 Mellen 
" Jane E. widow of Oscar, h. 216 
Harvard 

" John P. poultry, 48 Faneuil Hall 

market, B. h. 407 Broadway 
" Lewis, b. 6 Maple ave. 



Lawrence Louis H. clerk, 1865 Mass. 
ave. h. 25 William 
" Louis K. clerk, b. 95 Green 
" Ora, soap maker, b. 50 Brewery 
" Samuel C. Mrs. h. 15 Remington 
" William, Rt. Rev. Bishop, 1 Joy, B. 

h. 101 Brattle 
" see Lorence 
Laws Albert W. h. 123 Banks 
" Charles H. clerk, 200 Huntington, 

ave. B. h. 588 Putnam ave. 
" Elizabeth A. widow of William, h. 

44 Jay 
Lawson Abbie Y. widow of Andrew J. 

ih. 466 Putnam ave. 
" Charles E. W. janitor, Agassiz 

school, h. 4 Centre 
" Christy, mail driver, h. 312 Third 
" Francis C. day watchman, Am. 

Rub. Co. h. 137 Charles 
" Fred M. piano inspector, 286 Main, 

h. 212 Harvard 
" George, b. 5 Foster pi. 
" Maud A. teacher, Cambridge High 

school, h. 466 Putnam ave. 
" Rebecca A. widow of William, h. 

38 Washington 
" S. J. h. 479 Broadway 
" see Larson 
Lawton George, salesman, b. 100 

Austin 
" George F. driver, 682 Mass. ave. h. 

37 River 
" George F. judge of probate, Court 

House, Third, h. at Lowell 
" John, hackman, h. 34 Gore 
" Joseph H. coppersmith, b. 88 

Thorndike 
" Margaret, widow of John, h. 88 

Thorndike 
" Martha B. dressmaker, h. 46 Market 
Lazzaro Charles, driver, 1402 Mass. ave. 

h. at Somerville 
Leach Eaward H. carpenter, h. 363 

Western ave. 
" Francis H. carpenter, h. 895 Main 
" Henry L. mnfr. track sanding ap- 
paratus, 176 Huron ave. h. do. 
" Hosea W. manager (Leach & Co.), 

146 Washington, h. do. 
" Ralph H. mnfg. confectioner, 56 

Elm, h. at Somerville 
" William H. carpenter, 880 Main h. 

1 Saville 
" William S. 'Mrs. h. 7 Huron ave. 
" William W. confectioner, 110 Elm, 

b. 305 Broadway 
" & Co. masons, 146 Washington 
" see Leatch also Leitch 
Leahy Daniel, laborer, h. 22 Marion 
" David, teamster, h. r. 68 Gore 



CAMBRIDGE [J,] DIRECTORY 



32 



Leahy Dennis, laborer, b. 94 Kinnaird 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 32 Harding 
" Dennis F. police, station 1, h. 27 

Surrey 
" Eliza T. bookkeeper, 587 Mass. ave. 

b. 6 Antrim 
" George F. mason, b. 114 Hampshire 
" Hannah, widow of David, b. 53 

North 
" James, laborer, b. 87 Rindge ave. 
" James, mason, h. 114 Hampshire 
" James H. baker, h. 101 Howard 
" Johannah, widow of David, h. 13 

Warren 
" John, canvasser, h. 17 Foster 
" John, laborer, h. 87 Rindge ave. 
"' John, laborer, h. 94 Kinnaird 
" John, laborer, h. 2 Linehan ct. 
" John, wood turner, b. 152 Bridge 
" John J. mason, h. 240 Prospect 
" John T. car conductor, h. 85 Rindge 

ave. 
" Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 183 

Spring 
" Michael, laborer, b. 103 Spring 
" Michael, laborer, h. 183 Spring 
" Michael, watchman, h. 13 Fallon pi. 
" Michael Jr. bookbinder, b. 13 Fal- 
lon pi. 
" Patrick, watchman, h. 5 Winter 
" Patrick F. provisions, h. 249 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Patrick T. teamster, b. 17 Foster 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 152 Bridge 
" Thomas, mason, 6 Antrim, h. do. 
" Thomas F. laborer, b. 152 Bridge 
" Thomas J. physician, 125 Hamp- 
shire, h. 114 do. 
" Timothy, driver, b. 87 Rindge ave. 
" William L. b. 6 Antrim 
" William P. plasterer, b. 87 Rindge 

ave. 
" see Lahey 

LEAKE CHRISTOPHER, car- 
penter, 25 Warland. See p. 795 

Lealand Charles H. clerk, 161 Main, h. 
274 Winsor 
" see Leland 
Learner John S. engineer, h. 65 Fourth 
Leamy Thomas, mariner, h. 117 Wash- 
ington 
Lean Fred, driver, b. 36 Portsmouth 
Leander Carl, piano case maker, 368 
Main, h. 26 Berkshire 
" Emil, case maker, b. 26 Berkshire 
Learned Frederick A. laborer, h. 358 

Mass. ave. 
Leary Arthur, baker, b. 170 Franklin 
" Cornelius F. compositor, h. 12 

Magee 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 234 Bridge 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 151 Otis 



Leary Daniel, laborer, h. 116 Kinnaird 
" Dennis, h. 44 Second 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 236 Bridge 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 14 Berkshire 
" Ellen, widow of Timothy, h. 170 

Franklin 
" James, lumber, h. 23 Seventh 
" John, b. 44 Second 
" John, at 169 Gore, b. 21 Lambert 
" John, bookbinder, h. 127 Putnam 

ave. 
" John, clerk, 604 Mass. ave. h. 36 

Cottage 
" John, plumber, b. 116 Kinnaird 
" John Jr. newsdealer, b. 127 Putnam 

ave. 
" Martin, at 169 Gore, b. 418 Colum- 
bia 
" Mary A. Mrs. h. 127 Putnam ave. 
" Matthew, engineer, h. 57 Tremont 
" Michael, blacksmith, b. 116 Kin- 
naird 
" Michael A. baker, 39 Boylston, h. 2 

Emmons pi. 
" Michael J. teamster, h. 24 Harrison 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 21 Lambert 
" Thomas, molder. h. 163 Webster 

ave. 
" Timothy, laborer, b. 234 Bridge 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 145 Putnam 
ave. 

LEARY WILLIAM A. lawyer, 
20 Second, cor. Cambridge, h. 106 
Pearl. See page 856 

" see O' Leary 

Leatch David" C. candy maker, b. 269 
Portland 

" James, laborer, h. 269 Portland 

" John, clerk, b. 269 Portland 

" see Leach 

Leaver Ella M. teacher, Sargent 
school, h. at Somerville 

" John B. painter, h. 222 Elm 
Leavis Samuel J. plumber, 15 River, b. 

at Somerville 
Leavitt Albina D. widow of Jonathan, 
h. 19 Hollis 

" Erasmus D. mechanical engineer, 
2 Central sq. h. 317 Harvard 

" Fred H. (Leavitt & Peirce), cigars, 
1316 Mass. ave. h. 5 Irving ter- 
race 

" Hager, brakeman, rms. 588 Putnam 
ave. 

" Ira H. clerk, B. h. 27 Haskell 

" Majory Mrs. h. 1749 Mass. ave. 

" Mary E. teacher, Morse school, 
rms. 92 Magazine 

" & Peirce (Fred H. Leavitt and Will- 
iam W. Peirce), cigars and bil- 
liards, 1314 and 1416 Mass. ave. 

" see Levitt 



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LeBarron Charles S. adv. agent, b. 419 

Broadway 
LeBerge Eli, laborer, b. 220 Chestnut 

' Louis, hostler, b. 2 Second 
Lebert Andrew, clerk, b. 163 Bridge 
" Magdaline, widow, h. 163 Bridge 
LeBlanc Abraham B. mason, h. 49 
Clay 
Charles P. tinsmith, h. 464 Mass. av. 
Clovis, carpenter, h. 17 Beaver 
4 Edward, teamster, h. New 
" Joseph, lather, h. 41% Jackson 
" Thomas F. hairdresser, h. 12 Lopez 
" William A. clerk, b. 464 Mass. ave. 
Lebresque Frank K. cornice maker, h. 

58 Reed 
LeCavalier Emma, widow of Leander, 
h. 164 Webster ave. 

LECHMERE NATIONAL 
BANK, Lewis Hall, president, 
Geo. A. Lloyd, cashier, 337 Cam- 
bridge. See page 776 
Leclair Oscar, milkman, h. 272 Sidney 
LeClaire Combe, laborer, th. Ill Bindge 
ave. 
" Edward, laborer, h. 4 Montgomery 
" Henry, painter, h. 11 Brookford 
' Nazaire, plumber, h. IS Jackson 
" Theophile, brick maker, h. Ill 

Bindge ave. 
" Wellbrod, brick maker, h. 43 Clif- 
ton 
" Xavier, h. 2 Clifton 
Leddy Charles H. piano maker, 162 
Broadway, h. 89 Gore 
" Frank T. wood carver, b. 94 Winter 
44 Hannah M. widow of John, h. 94 
Winter 
Ledger Clarence, painter, rms. 35 Nor- 
folk 
Leduc Joseph, carpenter, b. J. Le- 

farve, Porter rd. 
Lee Dennis, laborer, h. 104 Harvard 
" Frank E. driver, 1420 Mass. ave. h. 

1595 Cambridge 
" Frederick W. clerk, h. 115 Ellery 
" Harry C. collector, rms. 28 River 
" Henry, laundry, 1392 Cambridge, 

rms. do. 
" Isaac J. elevator man, h. 50 Mar- 
ket 
" James, teamster, h. r. 16 Winter 
" James, ware dresser, h. 21 School 
" James E. upholsterer, b. 237 Pros- 
pect 

" James L. carpenter, h. 237 Prospect 

" John H. h. 715 Main 

44 Joyce, proof reader, U. P. b. 16 Ash 

44 Lillie, h. 114 Pine 

44 Lucy B. widow of James H. h. 36 
Tremont 



Lee Magi oire, laborer, h. 108 Rindge av. 
44 Michael, coachman, b. 715 Main 
44 Nathaniel H. porter, h. 293 Colum- 
bia 
44 Patrick, teamster, 640 Main, b. 715 

do. 
44 Robert, laborer, h. 118 Gore 
44 Rose G. h. 8 Rindge ave. 
44 Sadie P. stenographer, 27 Franklin. 

b. 36 Tremont 
4 Watkins, ice cream packer, B. h. 

259 Columbia 
44 Wilbur E. clerk, 159 Hampshire, b. 

301 Broadway 
44 William, hack drivei-, n, 312 Elm 
4k William, motorman, h. 110 Inman 
44 Wing, laundrv, 1148 Cambridge, h. 

do. 
44 Wy, laundry, 22 Brookline, h. do. 
Leeds Daniel D. varnisher, h. 123 
Franklin 
44 Edwin F. salesman, b. 123 Franklin 
Leest Walter, plasterer, h. 897 Main 
44 William E. plasterer, h. 897 Main 
Lefarve Joseph, stable, rear 1982 Mass, 

ave. h. Porter road 
Lefleur Francois E. S. cabinet maker. 

h. 105 Fourth 
Lefner John, iron work, h. 547 Main 
LeFrancis Charles (Peter LeFrancis & 
Sons), 621 Mass. ave. b. 152 Aus- 
tin 
44 Fred (Peter LeFrancis & Sons), 621 

Mass. ave. b. 152 Austin 
44 Peter (Peter LeFrancis & Sons), ci- 
gar mnfr. 621 Mass. ave. h. 152 
Austin 
44 Peter & Sons (Peter, Charles and 
Fred), cigar mfrs. 621 Mass. ave. 
Leg*endre Adolphus J. cracker baker. 
h. 93 Lincoln 
44 Edward A. cracker baker, b. 93 Lin- 
coln 
Leger Frank, city laborer, h. Concord 
ave. near Niles Bros. 
44 Henry, laborer, h. 13 Bolton 
44 see Ledger 
Legere Henry, seaman, h. 342 Third 
44 Thomas, teamster, h. 91 Tremont 
Leg-g- Charles A. engineer, State House, 
B. h. 77 Walker 
44 Charles H. painter, 546 Mass. ave. 

h. 149 Auburn 
44 Isaac, laborer, b. 5 Seventh 
44 John, laborer, b. 5 Seventh 
Leggett Eliza J. widow of John. h. 262 

Western ave. 
LeGoff William, bntler, B. h. 50 Boyl- 

ston 
Lehan Cornelius, 169 Gore, h. 22 Marion 
44 Daniel, laborer, h. 15 Hunting 



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829 



Lehan Daniel W. clerk, 57 Everett, B. 
h. 26 Fourth 
" Henry F. b. 26 Fourth 
'• Jeremiah, city laborer, h. 23 Hayes 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 12 Stevens ct. 
" John, at 169 Gore, b. 20 Marion 
" Michael J. glass blower, b. 31 Gray 
>k Nora, wid. of Patrick, h. 20 Marion 
" Patrick, fireman, b. 20 Marion 
" Timothy, tube works, b. Oambridge, 

near R. R. tracks 
" William, laborer, b. 20 Marion 
Lehman Anna, dressmaker, 77 Inman, 
h. do. 
" Ernest, clerk, S. B. h. 366 Winsor 
" Louisa, widow of Gustave, h. 77 In- 
man 
" Robert, rubber worker, b. 77 Inman 
Lehmkuhl Nora Mrs. h. 90 Thorndike 
" Thomas H. compositor, b. 90 Thorn- 
dike 
" William, cabinetmaker, b. 413 Main 
" William B. special police, h. 90 
Thorndike 
Leightizer Morris, teamster, 200 Broad- 
way, b. 5 Dickinson 
Leighton Adeline H. widow of Jacob 
M. h. 367 Harvard 
" Charles, bank clerk, b. 40 Fayette 
" Coffin S. carpenter, h. 1:1 Norfolk 
" Ellen N. principal, Otis school, b. 

382 Cambridge 
" George G. laborer, h. iy> Somerset 
" Henry B. plumber, h. 38 Walden 
" Henry P. candy maker, h. 400 Co- 
lumbia 
" Hubbard C. salesman, B. h. 26 Fair- 
held 
" Irving R. motorman, h. 11 Frank 
k ' John E. motorman, h. 647 Mt. Au- 
burn 
" John H. foreman, Am. N. & T. Co. 

h. at Somerville 
" Lyman (F. L. Sawyer & Co.), lum- 
ber, and builders' materials, end 
of Brookford, h. at Clinton 
" Margarette M. teacher, Latin 

school, h. 367 Harvard 
" Thomas, car starter, h. 46 Fayette 
" Thomas, Jr. clerk, Otis, cor. Second, 

b. 46 Fayette 
" Walstein H. foreman, b. 72 Norfolk 
" Winfield S. clerk, S31 Main, b. 72 
Norfolk 
Leitch George, express, rms. 79 Thorn- 
dike 
" George, laborer, b. 269 Portland 
" James, ham curer, h. 269 Portland 
" James, wood engraver, b. 269 Port- 
land 
John, drug clerk, b. 269 Portland 



John, engineer, h. 



271 Portland 



Leitch Johnston, drug clerk, b. 269 

Portland 
"' see Leach 
Leizer Charles F. milkman, h. 44k; 

Green 
Leland Frank E. clerk, h. 15 Florence 
" James, h. 11 y 2 Tremont 
" Mary Ann, widow of Abijah, h. 27 

William 
" Mary E. dressmaker, liy 2 Tremont. 

b. do. 
" Mary F. teacher, Otis school, b. 29 

William 
" see Lealand 
Lelond Henry J. butcher, h. 195 Brook- 
line 
Lemay Alphonse, painter, h. 223 
Franklin 
" Cleophase, painter, b. 235 Franklin 
'" Julia, widow of Edward, h. 286 

Broadway 
" Julia. A. (Hamilton & Lemay), 
baker, 5 Mt. Auburn, 288 Broad- 
way and 243 Hanrpshire, h. 286 
Broadway 
Lemier Joseph, brick maker, h. 148 

Rindg'e ave. 
Lemon John H. at City Hall, h. 106 

Amory 
" Lewis, second hand store, 584 Mass. 

ave. h. 12 Salem 
" Wallace L. foreman, 2612 Mass. ave. 
h. 2585 do. 
Lenfest Granville B. printer, 22 Second, 
h. 123 Thorndike 
" Thomas H. music printer, h. 148 
Western ave. 
Lenhardt George, baker, b. 182 Thorn- 
dike 
Lennon James E. auctioneer, 631 Mass. 
ave. h. 141 Pearl 
" Martin F. brass finisher, h. 401 Nor- 
folk 
" Marj r , widow of John, h. 141 Pearl 
" Michael, brick mason, h. 19 Mag- 
nolia ave. 
" Michael, iron moulder, Pelham, h. 

138 Harvard 
" William, b. 138 Harvard 
" William S. machinist, b. 397 Nor- 
folk 
Lennox Frederick, carpenter, h. Kin- 
naird 
" Matilda J. Mrs. h. 1534 Cambridge 

Leiiox James J. carriage painter, 45S 
Main, h. 126 Harvard 

' ; John M. letter collector, P. O., B. h. 

99 Hampshire 
" William, laborer, h. 153 Cushing 

Lent Charles C. com. merchant, b. 1684 
Mass. ave. 



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Lent George F. driver, 1992 Mass. aye. 
h. 22 Cogswell ave. 
' Howard B. clerk, b. 1684 Mass. ave. 

" James M. h. 1684 Mass. ave. 
Leonard Ernest W. cooper, h. 117 
Thorndike 

" Fred D. clerk, B. b. 5 Ellsworth pk. 
' George A. salesman, 377 Washing- 
ton, B. h. 27 Walden 

" George E. harness cleaner, 24 Brat- 
tle, h. 51 Market 

" George L. cutter, h. 181 Main 

" Georgia F. h. 153 Washington 

" Harriet H. h. 153 Washington 

*' John P. b. 343 Harvard 

" Kate, widow of William, h. 14 Third 
' Katherine P v asst. librarian. 42 
Brattle, b. '343 Harvard 

" Mary Mrs. h. 343 Harvard 

" Peter F. clerk, 92 State, B. h. 343 
Harvard 

" Philip, h. 19 Gore 

" Robert, laborer, b. 184 Charles 

" Sarah A. Mrs. 36 Bromfield, rm. 30, 
B. h. 27 Walden 
William J. foreman, Portland, n. 
Harvard, h. at Jamaica Plain 

" William T. cracker dealer, 29 
Franklin, h. 255 Broadway 

*' Willis R. manager, Richdale ave. 
stables, h. 173 Auburn 

" see Lerned 
Lepotsky Edward, shoemaker, 231 
Vine, h. do. 

" Frank, shoemaker, h. 224 Vine 
Leppe Joseph A. cabinet maker, h. 16 y 2 

Harvey 
Lermon Wolf, shoemaker, 1281 Cam- 
bridge, h. 125 Elm 
Lerned Charles, clerk, 166 Gore, h. at 
Melrose , 

" Charles W. disinfectant mnfr. r.2461 ' 
Mass. ave. h. at Somerville 

" Edward E. milkman, end Washburn 
ave. h. do. 

" Lucy, h. 2461 Mass. ave. 

44 Rebecca R. h. 2461 Mass. ave. 

" Walter H. butter, etc. h. 2354 Mass. 
ave. 

" Walter H. Jr. salesman, b. 2354 
Mass. ave. 

" see Learned, also Leonard 
Lerner Andrew F. driver, b. 2 Cowper- 
thwaite 
' Frances, widow of Andrew, h. 7 
Banks 

" Frank, gardener, h. 2 Cowper- 
thwaite 

" Fred, merchant tailor, 14 Mt. Au- 
burn, h. do. 

" Joseph, nurse, h. 12 Mt. Auburn 

" Lena, widow of Michael, h. 7 Banks 



LeRoy Carrie A. b. 248 Putnam ave. 
Lertora Esther E. widow of John F. 
h. 68 Prospect 
" William H. music teacher, h. 68 
Prospect 
Lescrowveat Edward, mill hand, h. 8 

Hotel Harrison 
Leseur Herbert G. book stamper, h. 

1851 Mass. ave. 
LeShane John, carpenter, h. 49 Jay 
" Richard, rubber worker, h. 22 Wor- 
cester 
LeShanna Charles W. variety, 731 

Main, h. 43 School 
Lesley Alonzo, h. 11 Everett 

" Charles, laborer, h. 80 Hastings 
Leslie John B. carpenter, h. 67 Walker 
Lesperance Charles, confectioner, 287 
Main, b. 134b Washington 
" George, fireman. 66 Sherman, b. 51 

do. 
" James N. grocer, and provisions, 
55 Sherman, h. 51 do. 
Lester A. DeVerd, action maker, h. 
179 Green 
" Marion, widow of Herbert, dress- 
maker, h. 298 Brookline 
Letendre Louis, laborer, h. 181 Sher- 
man 
" Louis R. provisions, b. 181 Sherman 
Let son Dudley W. clerk, 231 Pearl, b. 
60 Allston 
" Emily C. bookkeeper, ih. 193 Au- 
burn 
" Philip H. carpenter, h. 60 Allston 
Lettich Anthony, cook, B. h. 6 Wilbur 
Levangie Alexander (Levangie Bros.), 
variety store, 57 Hampshire, b. 
36 do. 
" Bros. (David and Alexander Levan- 
gie) cigars, tobacco and confec- 
tionery, 57 Webster ave. 
57 Webster ave. 
" David (Levangie Bros.), variety, 57 
Hampshire, and (MoCallum <fc 
Levangie), bicycle repairing, do. 
h. 36 do. 
Leventhal Charles, dry goods peddler, 
<h. 118 Elm 
" Joseph, clothing, h. 666 Cambridge 
shire, B. h. 5 Ellery 
Leverett George V. lawyer, 53 Devon- 
" William J. foreman finisher, 530 
Main, h. at Boston 
Levesque Alfache, brick maker, h. 51 
Sherman 
" August, laborer, h. 9 Clifton 

Levin Gustave, lineman, h. 17 Dodge 
" Oscar, watchman, b. 17 Dodge 
" Zelim, draughtsman. 2 Central sq. 
ih. at Boston 



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331 



Levit Louis, student, b. 129 Spring* 
' Morris, kitchen furnishing goods, 

493 Cambridge, h. 129 Spring 
" see Leavitt 

Levy Aaron salesman, B. h. 260 Green 
" Abraham, tailor, B. b. 260 Green 
" A. M. rms. 100 Ellery 
" Gus, lineman, h. 17 Dodge 
" Nathan, cigar maker, h. 61 Frank- 
lin 

Lew Arthur, tailor, h. 58 Banks 
" James A. tailor, b. 62 Banks 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYE- 
ING AND CLEANSING 
ESTABLISHMENT, 1274 
Mass. ave. and 17 Temple pi. B. 
See page 2 
Lewey Frank, barber, h. 57 Ninth 
Lewin Ida M. widow of Henry, b. 177 

Auburn 
Lewis Abbie A. h. 14 Story 

" Abraham, tailor, h. 92 Pleasant 

" Ann, widow of Henry, h. 178 Har- 
vard 

" Bridget, widow of Francis, h. Hotel 
Holly 

" Catharine A. widow of Richard, h. 
833 Main 

" Charles S. bookkeeper, h. 36 High- 
land ave. 

" Charlotte P. Mrs. h. 16 William 

" Clarence H. clerk, 100 Tremont, B. 
h. 35 Essex 

" David W. sewer pipe, 694 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Hyde Park 

" Edward M. student, h. 84 Wendell 

" Edward R. bookkeeper, 122 Sum- 
mer, B. h. 178 Harvard 

" Ellen, widow of Robert, h. r. 136 
Bridge 

" Ellen M. dressmaker, 28 Ash, h. do. 

" Ernest D. h. 15 Remington 

" Farish, carpenter, h. 46 Eustis 

" Ferdinand J. h. 490 Cambridge 

" Fred, b. 95 Hampshire 

" Frederick, brush finisher, h. 147 
River 

" Frederick T. student, H. U. b. 36 
Highland ave. 

" Fredrika N. h. 14 Story 

" George, dredger, rms. 51 Columbia 

" George A. h. 18 Hayes 

" George C. porter, P. P. C. Co. b. 47 
Parker 

" George H. carpenter, h. 14 Bis- 
marck 

" George W. steward, 1324 Mass. ave. 

h. 47 Parker 
" Henry, teamster, b. 25 Willard 

" Henry C. furniture mover, Harvard 
sq. h. 19 Grant 



Lewis James, clerk, h. 340 Winsor 

" James A. steward, 12 Holyoke, h.' 
69 Mt. Auburn 

"Jerome T. slipper maker, b. 47 Par- 
ker 

" Jesse, laborer, h. 31 Murray 

" John H. laborer, b. r. 136 Bridge 

" Joseph, h. 8 Harvey 

" Joseph, hack driver, 2007 Mass. av. 
h. 62 Orchard 

" Joseph, laborer, h. 85 Bridge 

" Joseph M. janitor, h. 333 Columbia 

" Mary A. special teacher, public- 
schools, b. 144 Austin 

" Mary F. widow of Frederick, h. 95 
Hampshire 

'* Theodore A. trav. salesman, h. 30 
Cottage 

" Walter E. draughtsman, Norcross 
Bros. Brookline, h. 18 Whitney 
ave. 

" William H. clerk, 9 Brattle, b. 588 
Mass. ave. 

" William H. lawyer, 23 Court, B. h. 
14 Allen 
Lexander Adolph, coppersmith, h. 25 
Market 

" , wood worker, b. 25 Market 

Lexner George D. blacksmith, h. 14 

Brookline 
Leydon Frank L. carpenter, h. 2 Cres- 
cent 

" Michael J. cigars, tobacco, etc. 1132 
Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Libbey Frederick A. engineer, h. 57 
Magee 

" Walter C. clerk, 2409 Mass. ave. h. 
50 Norris 
Libby Delano, hack driver, h. 125 Mag- 
azine 

" Edmund, apprentice, 1906 Mass. av. 
b. 341 Huron ave. 

" Horace K. teamster, Fifth, c. 
Charles 

" James F. salesman, 741 Main 

" Joseph M. last mnfr. h. 106 Antrim 
Liddy Thomas, compositor, h. 175 

Pearl 
Lifford David, gardener, h. 18 Andrew 

Ligeholm Charles, carver, rms. 51 Co- 
lumbia 

Liggans William J. provisions, h. 132 
Elm 

Light Frank F. teamster, h. 10 Seckle 

Lilienthal Sophia N. Mrs. h. 1653 Cam- 
bridge 

Lill Catharine, widow of George, h. 8 
Clark 

Lilley Jesse, piano worker, rms. 280 

Winsor 



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CAMBRIDGE [L] DIRECTORY 



Lilliegren Marie, widow of Ludwig, li. 

715 Main 
Lillis John, laborer, b. 48 Porter 

" William, sugar house, h. 4 Winter 
Lincoln Alfred, dry goods, h. 83 Third 
" Andrew G. clerk, b. 129 Washington 
; ' Arthur A. sub-master, Harvard 
grammar school, h. 147 Prospect 
" Arthur H. action maker, Osborn, b. 

34 Worcester 
" A. Willis, salesman, B. h. 106 Pros- 
pect 
" Charles A. Jr. sanitary inspector, 

h. 32 Broadway 
•' Charles S. Mrs. h. 76 Green 
*' Edward, cooper, b. 55% Gore 
; ' Edward M. teamster, 211 Bridge, h. 

36 Third 
; ' Elizabeth S. Mrs. milliner, 168 All- 

ston, h. do. 
" Fred A. bookkeeper, B. b. 34 Wor- 
cester 
" G. Fred, h. 76 Prospect 
" Henry L. clerk, water registrar's 
office, City Hall, h. 168 Allston 
" John L. car builder, B. b. 34 Wor- 
cester 
" Joseph, cooper, b. 55% Gore 
; ' Joseph F. trav. salesman, h. 559 

Mass. ave. 
" Joshua, clerk, R. P. h. 19 Ware 
" Lucy, widow of Nathan, h. 18 Fay- 
ette 
" Luther Mrs. h. 19 Ware 
" Mary and Mattie, h. 18 Fayette 
" Nathan F. clerk, 33 Commercial, B. 

h. 14% Fayette 
" Victoria, widow of William, h. 55% 

Gore 
" William H. shipper, 169 Gore. h. 15 
Fifth 
Lindberg Aleksius, cabinet maker, h. 
171 Winsor 
" Axel, blacksmith, h. 8 Pioneer 
" Frank A. clerk, b. 171 Broadway 
" Herman, h. 313 Portland 
" Otto, h. 95 Harvard 
Lindblom John, at 169 Gore, h. 718 

Cambridge 
Linde Harry, tallyman, h. 8 Hotel Har- 
rison 
" P. John, cabinet maker, h. 30 Union 
" Robert, farm hand, b. 3 Willis ct. 
Lindell Augustus, piano maker, b. 295 
Winsor 

Lindenholm , b. 19 Hilliard 

Lindequist Andrew, cabinet maker, h. 
r. 112 Spring 
" Jalma, carpenter, b. 16% Grant 
" Martin, carpenter, h. 16% Grant 
" Martin Jr. upholsterer, * b. 16% 
Grant 



Lindequist Max, carpenter, b. 16% 
Grant 

Lindfeldt K. Wilhelm, porter, h. 1 Ho- 
tel Lilly 

Lindh Edwin F. clerk, F. R. R., B. b. 
55 Orchard 
" Jennie R. music teacher, 55 Or- 
chard, b. do. 
" Olaf Rev. pastor Swedish Baptist 
church, h. 55 Orchard 

Lindhe William, wire worker, h. 76 
Cherry 

Lindholm Eric, waiter, b. 78 Magee 
Lindlof Lurns, painter, b. 11 Watson 
Lindner Berthold, organ finisher, h. 71 

Sixth 
Lindquist Andros, cabinet maker,, h. 
112 Spring" 
" Charles, brass finisher, b. 22 Wash- 
ington 
" Frank, machinist, h. 7 Stirling ter- 
race 
" Nils, iron worker, h. 22 Washington 
" Oscar, machinist, h. 26 Suffolk 
" William, cook, h. 249 Sixth 
Lindsay Charles W. waiter, rms. 18 

Hayes 
" George W. waiter, h. 74 Hastings 
" Sarah A. Mrs. h. 36 Austin 
Li-ndsey Richard, teamster, h. 100 Gore 
Lindstahl Marcus, baker, h. 240 Har- 
vard 
Lindstrum Charles, at N. P. & P. Co. 
h. 548 Cambridge 
" Frank E. painter, 22 Boylston, h. 
28 Dunster 
Lindvall August, wood engraver, h. 5 

Hotel Pleasant 
Linehan Catherine, widow of John, h. 
232 Vine 
" Charles, contractor. 46 Bridge, h. 

1480 Cambridge 
" Charles, job wagon, h. 238 Bridge 
" Cornelius, laborer, b. 563 Cam- 
bridge 
" Cornelius, teamster. 221 Bridge, h. 

141 Gore 
" George H. at H. M. Sawyer & Son's, 

h. 55 Spring 
" Jeremiah, b. 21 Lambert 
" John, fireman, h. 6 Gore 
" John, teamster, h. 200 Bridge 
" Michael, laborer, h. 108 Sixth 
" Michael J., U. S. Postal Service, h. 

1 Amory pi. 
" Nicholas, laborer, h. 8 Jefferson 
" Thomas, laborer, b. 14 Marion 
Ling Charles W. clerk, 145 Hampshire, 
h. at Somerville 
" Frederick H. produce, h. 7 Carlisle 
" Theodore, laborer, h. 81 Tremont 
Lingley Amy, widow of Bartlett, h. 28 
Ash 



CAMBRIDGE [L] DIEECTORY 



833 



Lingley Wellington A. salesman, 10 

Summer, B. b. 28 Ash 
" William, conductor, b. 112 Gore 
Linbares Antonio, cabinet maker, h. 
63 Charles 
" Jose de Souza, laborer, h. 53 Brew- 
ery 
Link Claire F. lodging" house, 1200 

Mass. ave. 
Linn Eliza, widow of William H. h. 

1196 Cambridge 
Linneban Cornelius, laborer, b. 3 Par- 
niell 
" Cornelius M. agt. h. 3 Carlisle 
" Daniel laborer, h. r. 29 Bolton 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 92 Winsor 
" James, laborer, h. 179 Sherman 
" John, driver, 41 Rindge ave. b. do. 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 121 Harvard 
Linnell Charles L. painter, b. 244 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Mary, widow of William, li. 244 
Webster ave. 
Linscott Mary J. widow of Frank, h. 

17 Elm 
Linskey John, laborer, h. 18 Hunting 

" Patrick J. b. 18 Hunting 
Linstad Ole, carriage painter, b. 55 Or- 
chard 
Linsted Hjalmer, painter, b. 83 Wash- 
ington 
Linton Charles E. letter carrier, P. O. 
647 Mass. ave. h. 59 Franklin 
" David, brick layer, h. r. 142 Amory 
" James, safe maker, b. 59 Franklin 
Lippincott Sarah E. widow of Ion, h. 

148 Mt. Auburn 
Lipsett Richard A. carpenter, h. 356 

Winsor 
Li scorn George B. stock keeper, 169 
Washington, B. h. 121 Walden 
" John H. b. 121 Walden 
Lister Elizabeth A. music teacher, b. 
19 Putnam ave. 
" Frederick W. fencing teacher, 20 

Church, h. 19 Putnam ave. 
" Robert N. vocal teacher, b. 19 Put- 
nam ave. 
" William A. bookkeeper, 65 Sud- 
bury, B. h. 30 Shepard 
Liston Edward, motorman, h. 195 
Brookline 
"' Patrick, city laborer, h. 23 Bay 

Litchfield Ada M. teacher, Allston 
school, b. 15 y 2 Shepard 

LITCHFIELD ALLEN J. under- 
taker, h. 158 Auburn. See p. 812 
" Benjamin C. plumber, 17 Brattle, h. 

437 Mass. ave. 
" George W 7 . B. porter, h. 156 Pleas- 
ant 



Litchfield Harold A. Mrs. student, B. 
h. 1534 Cambridge 

" Harry O. student, B. b. 15% Shep- 
ard 

" Horace D. undertaker, 401 Mass. 
ave. h. 410 do. 

LITCHFIELD JUDSON, under- 
taker, 544 Mass. ave. house 158 
Auburu. See page 812 
" Otis V. regulator, 162 Broadway, h. 
15% Shepard 
Little Abigail, widow of Joseph, h. 7 
Brewer 

LITTLE, BROWN & CO. (John 
M. Brown. George Flagg and 
Charles Allen), publishers, 19 and 
21 Blackstone. 

" Catherine N. widow of Allen F. h. 
L46 Green 

" Charles I. laborer, b. 7 Brewer 
David, gateman, Mass. ave. cross- 
ing, B. & A. R. R. h. 7 Hotel 
Pleasant 

" Frank W. cracker dealer, h. 1 Cen- 
tral pi. 

" John W. fireman. Mt. Auburn st. 
R. R. station, rms. 25% Dunster 

" Simon F. draughtsman, 101 Milk, 
B. h. 9 Greenough ave. 

" William A. piano string winder, h. 
115 Kinnaird 

" William H. piano maker, b. Brattle 
Sq. Hotel 

" William L. car conductor, b. 195 
Brookline 

" William M. carpenter, b. 7 Brewer 
Littlefield Adoniram J. (A. J. Little- 
field & Co.) 1347 Mass. ave. h. 33 
Sacramento 

" Austin G. at Globe Optical Co. b. 
205 Harvard 

" A. J. & Co. (Adoniram J. Littlefield 
and Andrew J. Lovell) provis- 
ions, 1847 Mass. ave. 

" Dependence S. foreman, 4 Osborn, 
h. 895 Main 

" Frank A. clerk, 1847 Mass. ave. h. 
80 Wendell 

" Frank W. machinist, b. 205 Harvard 

" George A. machinist, T. B. M. Co. 
Third, h. 205 Harvard 

" George E. books, 67 Cornhill, B. h. 
16 Chester 

" George T. foreman cutter, 28 Sum- 
mer, B. h. 12 MeRen 

" John S. rms. 45 Winthrop 

" Lucinda L. Mrs. h. 5 Gerry 

" Lydia Mrs. h. 2217 Mass. ave. 

" Nathan C. janitor, Washington 
and Hilliard schools, h. 10 Mel- 
len 



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CAMBRIDGE [J,] DIRECTORY 



Littlefield William R. piano hammer 

coverer, h. 8 Sidney 
Livarona Peter, laborer, h. 100 Charles 
Livermore Charles C. in lighthouse 

dept. P. O. bldg. B. h. 45 Garden 
" John, b. 287 Harvard 

LIVERMORE JOSEPH P. pat- 
ent solicitor, 40 Water, rm. 40, B. 
h. 1569 Mass. ave. See page 857 
" Oliver W. h. 36 Essex 
" Warren G. shop officer, House of 

Correction, h. 95 Third 
" William H. machinist, h. 80 Ellery 
Livesey Frank B. investment securi- 
ties, 579 Mass. ave. h. 1 Frost 
Livingston Edward F. car conductor, 
h. 129 Holworthy 
" Grace M. artist, b. 241 River 
Livingstone Hugh, carpenter, h. 315 

Columbia 
" Hugh A. carpenter, h. 315 Columbia 
" James, advertising agent, 618 Mass. 

ave. h. 393 Cambridge 
" Joseph, dental student, b. 107 In- 

man 
" Louis, conductor, h. 63 Jay 
" Louis, tailor, 131 Inman, h. 107 do. 
" Walter I. clerk, h. 48 Eustis 
" William D. sawyer, h. 8 Marvin pi. 
" William W. upholsterer, b. 8 Mar- 
vin pi. 
Ljungholm Jacques, music teacher, 57 

Columbia, h. do. 
Llewellyn David, carriage painter, 2067 

Mass. ave. h. at Arlington 
Lloyd Charles, physician, 55 Prospect, 
h. do. 

LL.OYD GEORGE A. cashier. 
Lechmere National Bank, 337 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Arlington Heights, 
See page 776 

" George F. rubber worker, h. 269 
Norfolk 

" George S. brass worker, b. 9 Broad- 
way 

" James J. compositor, h. 117 Kin- 
naird 

" Melissa M. Mrs. teacher, Sleeper 
school, b. 269 Norfolk 

" Peter M. grocer, 50 Holyoke, h. do. 

" Robert J. driver, 1402 Mass. ave. b. 
8 Brewer 

" Thomas, coupe, 1336 Mass. ave. h. 
8 Brewer 

" Thomas H. motorman, b. 8 Brewer 

" Wililiam, h. 7 Stirling terrace 
Lloyde Ellen, widow of George, variety 

store, 26 Sixth, h. do. 
Loan George H. stained g'lass worker, 
451 Columbia, b. at Allston 

" John J. stained glass, 451 Columbia, 
h. at Allston 



Loan John J. Jr. stained glass worker, 
451 Columbia, b. at Allston 

" William, h. 7 Stirling terrace 
Locascio Emily, dressmaker, h. 292 
Brookline 

" Frank, clerk, b. 292 Brookline 

" Frank, hairdresser, h. 292 Brook- 
line 
Loch John, laborer, h. 26 Harvey 

" Matthias, laborer, h. 33 Harvey 

" see Locke 
Lochman Harriet D. asst. public li- 
brary, b. 34 Wendell 

" Jacob E. h. 34 Wendell 
Locke Charles B. produce, 97 F, H. 
market, B. h. 47 Dana 

" Edgar H. salesman, h. 164 Elm, N.C. 

" Eleanor J. widow of William P. h. 
2254 Mass. ave. 

" Evelyn J. teacher, Shepard school, 
b. 2254 Mass. ave. 

" Frank, leather, 15 High, B. b. 215 
Allston 

" Frederick H. meat cutter, h.- 57 
Cherry 

" Henry A. leather, 31 High, B. b. 215 
Allston 

" Horatio, provisions, 44 F. H. mar- 
ket, B. h. 2270 Mass. ave. 

" H. Austin, clerk, 42 F. H. market, 
B. h. 14 Dover 

" John T. h. 215 Allston 
" Warren A. music teacher, h. 7 
Francis ave. 

" see Loch 

Lockerbie Andrew A. sewing machine 
agent, h. 43 Pleasant 

Lockett Jacob L. jobber, h. r. 13 Ap- 
pian Way 

Lockhart Albert E. at 201 Bridge, h. 20 
Highland ave. 

" Benjamin A. lawyer, 61 Court., B. 
h. 41 Inman 

" Charles H. undertaker, 201 Bridge. 
h. at Somerville 

" Edward C. clerk, B. h. 40 Magee 

" Joseph S. physician, 837 Mass. ave. 
h. do. 

" Katie, widow of George A. h. 392 
Cambridge 

" Mary Mrs. h. 4 Trowbridge 
" Mary A. widow of Charles T. h. 104 
Austin 

" William A. 149 Stamford, B. h. 24 
Davenport 

" William L. (William L. Lockhart & 

Co.) furnishing undertaker, etc. 

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335 



LOCKHART WILLIAM L. & 
CO. (Wm. L., C. H., A. E. Lock- 
hart and G. H. Howard), furnish- 
ing undertakers and mantis, of 
coffins, caskets, etc. 191 to 20!) 
Bridge, salesrooms, 149 Stamford, 
B. See page 4 
Locklin. Frank D. salesman, b. 208 
Pearl 
" Mary, h. 60 Boylston 
Lockwood Edward, carriage painter, 
b. 100 Mt. Auburn 
" Eugene, iron moulder, h. 157 Third 
" Leverett L. engineer, R. P. h. 21 
Blackstone 
Lodi Abel (Lodi Bros.), b. 2051 Mass. 
ave. 
" Angelo (Lodi Bros), h. 2051 Mass, 

ave. 
" Bros. (Abel and Angelo) fruit, 
2048-2057 Mass. ave. 
Lof Edwin R. Mrs. h. 18 Worcester 
Lofberg" Axel W. ice machine maker, 

h. 109 Winsor 
Lofner John, iron worker, h. 537 Main 
Lofqvist Amelia, dressmaker, rms. 303 

Portland 
Logan David, bookbinder, b. 156 Pearl 
" Elizabeth J. widow of Peter, h. 30 

Reed 
" Frank W. brakeman, F. R. R. b. 

30 Reed 
" James, laborer, h. 22 Reed 
" James I. gas fitter, b. 24 Middlesex 
" Jane, housekeeper, 47 Walker 
" Janet, widow of James, h. 156 Pearl 
" Jonn, carpenter, b. 1980 Mass. ave. 
" Lydia, widow, h. 169 Broadway 
" Margaret, widow of Andrew, h. 621 

Huron ave. 
" Susannah, widow of John, h. 3 
Murdock 

" , painter, b. 1025 Cambridge 

Loges Carl A. Mrs. (Carl A. Loges & 

iSon) h. 97 Walden 

" Carl A. (Carl A. Loges & Son) r. 

826 Somerville ave. h. 97 Walden 

• " Carl A. & Son (Carl A. Mrs. and 

Oarl A. Loges), fresco painters, 

r. 826 Somerville ave. 

Lobrbach William P. ladies' tailor, B. 

h. Washburn ave. 
Loldrup Andrew, blacksmith, h. 17 

Bay 
Lomasney Ellen Mrs. h. 20 Market 
Lombard Augustus, driver, 566 Mass. 
ave. b. 2 Cottage row 
" Charles, janitor, b. 84 Washington 

" Charles S. druggist, 2271 and 2431 

Mass. ave. b. 8 Day 
" Edwin E. confectioner, b. 33% Tre- 

mont 



Lombard Eugene J. baker, h. 2 Cottage 

row 
" Eugene P. asso. editor, 620 Atlantic 

ave. B. b. 2 Cottge row 
" Hannah M. widow of Charles, h. 25 

Walker 
" Herbert E. (Lombard & Caustic) 

printer, 26a Brattle, h. 1033 

Mass. ave. 
" James F. meat cutter, b. 2 Market 
" James M. butcher, h. 2 Market 
" Joseph A. tailor, b. 2 Cottage row 
" Julia Mrs. grocer, 299 Third, h. do. 

LOMBARD NATHAN C. me- 
chanical engineer and patent solici- 
tor, 40 State, B. h. 259 Prospect. 
See page 857 

" Richard, painter, h. 25 Blackstone 

" Richard P. clerk, 154y 2 Harvard, h. 
17 Harrison 

" Susan G. teacher, Wellington 
school, b. 257 Prospect 

" Walter E. draughtsman, 40 State, 
B. h. 1033 Mass ave. 

LOMBARD & CAUSTIC (Her- 
bert E. Lombard and Charles E. 
Caustic), job printers, 26a Brattle. 
See page 845 
Lonergan Katherine E. dressmaker, 97 
Rindge ave. b. do. 
" Kyvun J. cutter, h. 13y 2 Soden 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 97 Rindge ave. 
Long Abiel E. (A. E. Long & Son) un- 
dertaker, etc. 2105 Mass. ave. h. 
24 Rice 
" Albert B. salesman, Charlestown, 

h. 5 Ellsworth park 
" Andrew, g'lass blower, h. 26 Second 
" Andrew J. plumber, b. 26 Second 

LONG A. E. & SON (Abiel E. and 
George Walter Long), undertakers, 
real estate and insurance, 2105 
Mass. ave. See page 208 

" Daniel, foreman, 48 Canal, B. h. 19 
Perry 

" David, glass maker, h. 165 Spring 

" Dennis, baker, b. 165 Spring 

" Dennis J. stone cutter, h. 156 Elm, 
•N. C. 

" Fred, carpenter, h. 9 Stirling ter- 
race 

" Fred, hairdresser, b. 10 Farwell pi. 

" George H. carpenter, h. 30 Banks 

" George H. Mrs. dressmaker, 30 
Banks, h. do. 

" George Walter (A. E. Long & Son), 
undertaker, etc. 2105 Mass. ave. 
b. 24 Rice 

" Hannah, widow of Daniel, h. 103 
Cambridge 

" Henry C. student, H. U. h. 11 How- 
land 



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Long James, laborer, h. 6 Hunting 
" James, laborer, h. 113 Willow 
" Jeremiah, laborer, b. r. 3 Seventh 
" Jeremiah J. lithographer, h. 2 Daye 

ct. 
" John, grocer, 49 Gore, h. do. 
" John, teamster, b. 165 Spring 

LONG JOHN J. plumber, 255 Cam- 
bridge, h. 257 do. See page 806 

" Matthew, laborer, b. r. 3 Seventh 
" Michael, butcher, h. 32 Bristol 
" Richard, at Howe Bros.' h. 154 Wil- 
low 
" Richard F. cooper, at North's, h. 

514 Winsor 
" Swift N. carpenter, h. 109 Winsor 
" Timothy, at 169 Gore, h. 6 Hunting 
" William, base ball player, b. 163 

Spring 
" William, laborer, h. 44 Warren 
" William, 2d, laborer, b. 41 Gore 
" William Gardner, student, b. 24 

Rice 
" William H. clerk, h. 136 Gore 
" William J. upholsterer, B. h. 10 
Sidney 
Longfellow Alice M. h. 105 Brattle 
" Park, Brattle, between Hawthorn 
and Willard 
Longfield Joseph, grocer, 2 Clay, h. 

do. 
Longley Edwin P. painter, h. 3 Frost 
Longmire Howard D. carpenter, h. 

33 Somerset 
Longshiaw Margaret, widow of Wil- 
liam, h. 78 Otis 
Lonstedt Claus, h. 19 Washington 
Look Irving N. smoother, b. 72 Norfolk 
Loomer Burpie M. teamster, h. 144 

River 
Loomis Clarence S. clerk, h. 288 Pearl 
" Elizabeth, widow of John, h. 197 

Webster ave. 
" Gertrude E. compositor, b. 16 Gerry 
" Hulda L. Mrs. sec. A. W. C. L. h. 

288 Pearl 
" Winfield S. pocketbook maker, h. 
225 Putnam ave. 
Loona M. P. cabinet maker, h. 457 
Cambridge 

Looney Daniel, at 169 Gore, b. 24 
Marion 

" Daniel, laborer, b. 90 Sixth 

" Edward, b. 1014 Cambridge 

LOONEY JOHN" J. express, 275 
Portland, h. do. See page 833 
" Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 15 War- 
ren 

" Michael at B. B. Works, h. 289 Elm 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 3 Lambert 



Loper Thomas H. gardener, h. 30 
Grigg 
" Louis, laborer, h. 63 Vine 
Lopes Dominick, h. 36 Spring 
Lopez Albert P. carpenter and builder, 
187 Harvard, h. 244 do. 
" Sergio, laborer, h. 9 Warren 
" Margaret, widow of Fred, h. 203 
Putnam ave. 
Lord Albert J. E. printer, h. 159 Cam- 
bridge 
" Clarissa L. widow of Charles, h. 15 

Avon 
" Fred H. machinist, h. 112 Magazine 
" Fred T. clerk, 422 Broadway, h, 

1534 Cambridge 
" James E. salesman, h. 8 Irving ter. 
" Samuel S. blacksmith, b. 159 Cam- 
bridge 
Lorden Daniel, laborer, h. 5 Marney 
" Daniel George, clerk, h. 5 Marney 
" Margaret, widow of Daniel, h. 5 

Marney 
" Michael, bricklayer, b. 164 Gore 
Lorenson Christian, teamster, 2 Mill, 
h. 42 DeWolfe 
" William H. mason's apprentice, b. 
42 DeWolfe 
Lorentzen Adolph Mrs. h. 3 Erie 
Lories John, grocer, 125 Charles, h. do. 
Loring Atherton, agent, b. 65 Austin 
" Edward, box maker, b. 43 Brewery 
" Edward P. (Loring & O'Hara) bi- 
cycles, 726 Cambridge, h. at 
Somerville 
" Francis, clerk, rm. 2, Chamber of 
Commerce, B. h. 13 Sacramento 
" Francis E. crackers, h. 37 Antrim 
" George H. foreman tuner, 530 Main, 

h. at Boston 
" Ora, soap maker, 200 Broadway, b. 

50 Brewery 
" Ruth D. teacher, High school, at 
No. Brookfield, b. 13 Sacramento 
" William H. salesman, b. 37 Antrim 
" & O'Hara (Edward P. Loring and 
Michael J. O'Hara), bicycles, 726 
Cambridge 
Lorington Thomas, b. 33% Magee 
Lorry Julia A. Mrs. tailoress, h. 69 

Brookline 
Lothian Chester I. shipper, h. 5 Lin- 
wood pi. 
Lothrop Addie, widow, at R. P. b. 14 
Cottage 

" George B. locksmith, 364 Atlantic 
ave. B. h. 343 Pearl 

" Horace A. h. 1741 Mass. ave. 

" Mary, rms. 144 Mt. Auburn 

Lotz Christopher, laborer, h. 34 Tre- 
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337 



Lotz Edward H. salesman, b. 34 Tre- 

mont 
Loubri® Emil J. engraver, b. 81 Wen- 
dell 
" Joseph J. gardener, h. 81 Wendell 
" Julius, plumber, b. 81 Wendell 
Loud George W. baker, 1061 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1059 do. 
" see Lowd 
Louenco Manuel, hairdresser, 269 

Main, b. 267 do. 
Lougee Charles A. student, b. 28 River 
" Mary J. widow of Alonzo, h. 28 

River 
" Oscar C. painter, h. 203 Appleton 
Loughlin John, engineer, h. 230 

[Bridge 
Loughran Michael W. laborer, b. 131 

Wright 
Loughrey Jennie, copyist, registry of 
deeds office, b. 359 Cambridge 
" John, collector, h. 359 Cambridge 
Louis John, night watchman, h. 255 

Vine 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 56 Ninth 
Lounsbury Frank J. dry pressman, U. 
P. h. 45 Mt. Auburn 
" John N. draughtsman, h. 1S5 Chest- 
nut 
Love James L. instructor, H. U. h. 27 

Walker 
Lovejoy Caroline A. widow, h. 170 
Chestnut 
" Frank W. chemist, b. 170 Chestnut 
Lovelace James E. clerk, 7 Central sq. 
h. 62 Pleasant 
" James F. carpenter, b. 15 River 
" Warren H. motorman, h. 116 Wash- 
ington 
Loveland James W. supt. 184 Broad- 
way, h. at Somerville 
Lovell Andrew J. (A. J. Lovell & Co.) 
1853 Mass. ave. and (A. J. Little- 
field & Co.) 1847 Mass. ave. and 
grocer, 62 Cambridge, B. h. 11 
Forest 
" Andrew J. Jr. clerk, b. 11 Forest 
" A. J. & Co. (Andrew J., Fred W. 
and Harry F. Lovell) groceries, 
1853 Mass. ave. 
" Elizabeth M. widow of William S. 

rms. 5 William 
" Fred W. (A. J. Lovell & Co.) gro- 
cer, 1853 Mass. ave. h. 9 Frost 
" Harry F. (A. J. Lovell & Co.) 1853 
Mass. ave. b. 11 Forest 
Lovely Michael, plumber, h. 204 Pros- 
pect 
Lovering Arthur, student, H. U. b. 1 
Larch 
" Charles W. bookbinder, h. 201 Put- 
nam ave. 



Lovering Cora, h. 38 Kirkland 

" George C. civil engineer, h. 374 Bea- 
con 

" Harry, servant, 48 Brattle, b. do. 

" James W. Mrs. h. 1 Larch 

" see Lovrien 
Lovett Abiel A. manager, 179 Tremont, 
B. h. 430 Broadway 

" Arthur L. clerk, B. b. 3 Sacramento 
pi. 

" Daniel, box maker, b. 199 Franklin 

" Edward, laborer, h. 29 Brookline 

" James F. baker, Memorial Hall, h. 
'■''~y 2 Cowperthwaite 

" John, H. U. mascot, h. 8 Beaver 

" Katie E. dressmaker, B. b. 1 Cow- 
perthwaite 

" Lucinda M. widow of Joseph I. h. 
3 Sacramento pi. 

" Michael, laborer, h. 1 Cowper- 
thwaite 

" Thomas, shoemaker, h. rear 203 
Franklin 
Lovquist Alex E. carpenter, h. 13 Fair- 
mont ave. 
Lovrien Charles W. letter carrier, 

Somerville, h. 41 Harvey 
Low Horace G. dry goods, 1350 Mass. 
ave. h. 21 Hurlbut 

" J. Herbert, confectioner, b. 65 Ox- 
ford 

" L. Fred, confectionery, b. 65 Ox- 
ford 

" Sing Lee, laundry, 297 River, h. do. 
Lowd George W. horseshoer, 327 Green, 
h. 133 Chestnut 

" see Loud 
Lowe Edwin D. pres. 38 Broad, B. h. 
316 Broadway 

" Harvey G. inspector, W. E. St. Ry. 
h. 1218 Cambridge 

" Russell R. machinist, b. 2 Ericsson 
ct. 

" R. Thomas, painter, h. 2 Ericsson ct. 

" Sarah F. widow of John, h. 316 
Broadway 

" William M. wood mantels, etc. h. 
205 Harvard 
Lowell Anna B. teacher of music, h. 9 
Douglass 

" Ellen F, h. 9 Douglass 

" Frederick H. apothecary, 1 Austin, 
h. 833 Main 

" Katherine M. teacher, Willard 
school, h. 9 Douglass 

" Kenney C. carpenter, H. U. h. 6 
Saville 
Lowney Dennis, laborer, b. 47 Winter 

" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 47 Winter 

Lowry George, bookkeeper, 84 Bridge, 
h. at West Medford 



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Lowry John, soap maker, 184 Broad- 
way, h. 16 Berkshire pi. 
' Michael, soap maker, 181 Broadway, 
h. 7 Boardman 
Luacaw Edward J. jobber, h. r. 42 

Murray 
Lubbe August, locksmith, B. h. 42 

Cogswell ave. 
Lucane Dominioo, carpenter, h. 200 

Bridge 
Lucas Charles H. laborer, h. 2 Hamp- 
shire ct. 
" John J. cabinet maker, h. 4 Decatur 
Luce Cordelia D.Mrs, teacher of music, 
h. 944 Mass. ave. 
" Joseph, baker, h. 66 Vine 
" Samuel H. carpenter, 134 Clark, h. 

223 Broadway 
" Susan M. Mrs. h. 944 Mass. ave. 
Lucey Daniel, foreman, 45 Main, b. at 
Boston 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 3 Hunting 
" John, laborer, h. 191 Sherman 
" Thomas, grocer, 407 Norfolk, h. 409 
do. 
Luck George A. engineer, h. 333 Win- 
sor 
Lucy Anthony, stereotyper, B. h. 7 
Lawrence 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 52 Porter 
" John, peddler, h. 849 Cambridge 
" John C. laborer, h. 30 Warren 
" Matilda, widow of Charles H. h. 892 

Mass. ave. 
" Timothy, teamster, h. 332 Vine 
" see Lucey 
Ludgate Mary E. Mrs. book folder, R. 
P. b. 8'Donnell 
" William B. laborer, h. 242 Winsor 
" William G. supt. 46 W T areham, B. h. 
242 Winsor 
Ludwig Andrew, tinsmith, h. 37 Ninth 
Lufkin Anna G. Mrs. h. 5 Bradbury 
" Charles, salesman, B. h. 16 Farwell 

pi. 
" Elizabeth F. b. 183 Hancock 
Luhmann Frederick, woodworker, h. 

480 Putnam ave. 
Luke Elijah H. h. 15 Maple ave. 
" Eugene R. (E. R. Luke & Co.), hay 
and grain, 137 Main, b. 15 Maple 
ave. 

LUKE E. R. & CO. (Eugene R. 
Luke), hay and grain, 137 Main. 
See page 28 

" Jacob P. mill hand, h. 1301 Cam- 
bridge 
" Lauretta J. dressmaker, h. 151 Clark 

" Walter J. 87 High, B. h. 12 Ells- 
worth ave. 

Lunas Joseph M. h. 171 Franklin 



Lunas Joseph P. barber, 171 Franklin, 

h. do. 
Lund Andrew, carpenter, h. 8 Holly av. 
" John, teamster, h. 253 Vine 
" John, wood turner, b. 17 Bay 
" Julia Mrs. bread store, 16 Eighth, 

h. do. 
" Louis, engineer, h. 163 Otis 
Lundell Carl, baker, 31 Elm, b. 3 Suf- 
folk 
Lundergan Dennis, plasterer, 42 Mid- 
dlesex, h. do. 
" Fred, plasterer, b. 42 Middlesex 
" James H. bookkeeper, b. 116 Thorn- 
dike 
" John, glass blower, h. 116 Thorn- 
dike 
" Mary, widow of Michael J. h. 42 
Middlesex 
Lundgren Andrew, provision dealer, b, 
141 Clark 
" Anna, clerk, R. P. b. 163 Austin 
" Carl O. laborer, h. 361 Columbia 
" John A. planer, h. 1 Harold pi. 
" Oscar A. clerk, h. 169 Allston 
" Sven P. cabinet maker, h. 163 Alls- 
ton 
Lundhohne Fred, clerk, b. 483 Mass. 

ave. 
Lundin Anna M. nurse, h. 613 Putnam 
ave. 
" Carl A. R. telescope maker, h. 613 

Putnam ave. 
" Emil W. furrier, 16- Milk, B. h. 2 
Houghton 
Lunstedt Claus, iron worker, h. 19% 
Washington 
" S. Herman, carpenter, h. 10 Decatur 
Lundstrom John, clerk, b. 4 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Lundvall Fred E. janitor, 27 Everett, 

h. do. 
Lundy Everett B. bakery and confec- 
tionery, 157 Hampshire 1 and 51 
Tremont, h. 248 Prospect 
Lunitz Charles G. compositor, R. P. h. 

7 Daye ct. 
Lunt Alphonso M. 64 Federal, B. h. 46 
Lee 
" Frank M. clerk, b. 8 State 
" Henry B. teamster, h. 69 Webster 

ave. 
" Margaret C. widow of Benjamin F. 

h. 8 State 
" William P. Jr. clerk, B. b. 18 Ap- 
pian Way 

" William P. Mrs. h. 18 Appian Way 
Lusk John L. at 169 Gore, h. 8 Jeffer- 
son 

" Mary Ann, widow of John, h. 16 
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339 



Lusk Robert, machinist, b. 16 Warren 

" Sarah, h. 11 Laurel 
Lussier John (Lussier & Bonin), 290 
Walden, h. 238 do. 
' & Bonin (John Lussier and Joseph 
E. Bonin), wagon builders, 290 
Walden 
Lutes Joseph, teamster, h. 4 Percy pi. 
Luther Henry R. (Barbour, Stockwell 
& Co.) 205 Broadway, h. at Bos- 
ton 
" Thomas H. carpenter, h. 279 Mass. 
ave. 
Lutti Dominiek, laborer, b. 85 Gore 
Button Charles H. clerk, 145 Broad- 
way, b. at So. Boston 
' Nathaniel, blacksmith, b. 5 Hamp- 
shire pi. 
Lutz Catherine Mrs. h. Waverly, near 
Fort Washington 
" Frank, glass maker, b. 377 Norfolk 
" George, piano trimmer, h. 261 Pearl 
" James T. carpenter, h. Waverly, n. 

Fort Washington 
" Joseph, clerk, b. 377 Norfolk 
" Nicholas, glass maker, h. 377 Nor- 
folk 
" William, carpenter, h. 9 Beaver 
Lyeed James, machinist, h. 315 Elm 
Lycett Edward, pocketbook maker, b. 
10 South 
" John, pressman, U. P. h. 10 South 
" Samuel F. hostler, 63 Brattle, h. 22 
Foster 
Lydon John, laborer, h. 80 School 
Lvdston William H. engineer, h. 62 

Norfolk 
Lyford Charles D. supt. Harvard Co- 
operative Society, Dane Hall, h. 
at Watertown 
" Charles F. salesman, B. h. 28 Essex 
Lyle William, marble worker, h. 15 

Seventh 
Lyman Albert C. furniture, and carpet 
cleaning- works, 1209 Cambridge, 
h. at Somerville 
" Charles L. foreman, 708 Main, h. at 

Somerville 
" David, carpenter, h. 54 Putnam ave. 
" Ernest, plumber, b. 54 Putnam ave. 
" George G. salesman, 1209 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Somerville 
Lynch Albert E. apothecary, 119 

Hampshire, h. 64 Amory 
" Annie Mrs. h. 16% Mill 
" Bridget Mrs. h. 26 Andrew 
" Catherine, h. 2 Linehan ct. 
" Charles E. plumber, h. 117 Pleasant 

" Cormac, teamster, h. 9 Parnell 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 19 Warren 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 366 Green 



Lynch Daniel, mason, h. 30 Sidney 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 32 Winter 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
" Dennis S. laborer, h. 149 Bridge 
" Dora A. millinery, 30 Sidney, b. do. 
" Edward, teamster, 55 Cedar, h. do. 
" Edward F. rubber worker, h. 100 

Auburn 
" Ellen Mrs. h. 30 Sidney 
" Ellen, widow of Matthew, b. 80 Bol- 
ton 
" George P. tinsmith, h. 29 Suffolk 
'" James F. laborer, b. r. 63 Gore 
" James F. showman, h. 88 Hamp- 
shire 
" .lames J. spring beds, h. 66 Harvard 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 18 Harding 
" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 674 Cam- 
bridge 
" John, h. 345 Broadway 
" .John, coachman, h. 146 Hastings 
" John, laborer, h. 8 Berkshire pi. 
" John, moulder, h. 129 Second 
" John, marble cutter, b. 1194 Cam- 
bridge 
" John, produce, h. 43 Rindge ave. 
" John, Scotch knitter, b. 2 Chestnut 

pk. 
" John, shade painter, h. 26 Andrew 
" John Mrs. h. 5 Wilbur 
" John F. cooper, h. 489 Cambridge 
"■ John F. teamster, 26 Sherman, h. 

do. 
" John J. laborer, b. 31 Cowper- 

thwaite 
" John J. machinist, b. 38 Second 
" John J. teamster, h. 78 Porter 
" John P. carpenter, h. 34 Grant 
". John T. confectionery, h. 169 Win- 

sor 
" Joseph, grocer, 246 Third, h. do. 
" Joseph A. upholsterer, b. 11 Dodge 
" Margaret, widow of Daniel, h. 95 

Kinnaird 
" Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 141 

Banks 
" Margaret Mrs. variety store, 125 

'Sherman, h. do. 
" Mary M. widow of Michael, b. 109 

Inman 
" Michael, dry pressman, R. P. h. 226 

Franklin 
" Michael, laborer, b. 181 Otis 
" Michael, plumber, h. 236a Franklin 
" Michael, teamster, h. 35 Webster 
ave. 

" Nellie, widow of James, h. 1 Union 
ct. 

" Patrick, moulder, h. 131 Second 

" Patrick J. scenery painter, b. 125 
Sherman 



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CAMBRIDGE [|^]i DIRECTORY 



Lynch Philip, teamster, b. 78 Porter 
" Richard C. grrooer, 24 Hayes, h. do. 
" Thomas, iron worker, h. 32 Winter 
" Thomas, teacher, St. Mary's school, 

b. 301 Broadway 
" Thomas Mrs. h. 236a Franklin 
" Thomas F. baker, h. 63 Brookline 
" Thomas H. printer, R, P. h. 325 

River 
" Thomas J. motorman, h. r. 45 

Cedar 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 2 Linehan ct. 
" William, laborer, h. 49 Warren 
" William, peddler, h. 405 Norfolk 
" William B. h. 32 Creighton 
" William H. machinist, h. 50 Grant 
" William M. at Am. R. Co. h. 162 
Fifth 
Lynes Edward G. Mrs. h. 49 Orchard 
" Edward M. h. 49 Orchard 
" Frank, music teacher, 146 Boylston, 
B. h. 34 Mt. Pleasant 
Lynn Eliza, widow, h. 1196 Cambridge 
" John, teamster, 129 Gore, h. 252 

Webster ave. 
" see Linn 
Lyon Carl A. engraver, B. b. 109 
Henry 
" Cyrus E. piano repairer, h. 53? 

Main 
" David G., Hollis Professor of Divin- 
ity, H. U. h. 9 Buckingham 
" Edwin D. carpenter, h. 27 Wendell 
" Edwin N. b. 27 Wendell 
" Frederick O. jeweler, b. 109 Henry 
" Hans W. C. compositor, R. P. h. 109 

Henry 
" Jemima H. widow of Peter B. h. 

36 Worcester 
" Jessie E. widow of Wallace, h. 25 

Antrim 
" Mary D. widow of Leonard, h. 36 

Ash 
" William E. pressman, B. h. 36 Wor- 
cester 
William L. gatekeeper, north gate, 
Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. 36 Ash 
Lyons Andrew, at 169 Gore, h. 422 Co- 
lumbia 
" Archibald D. teamster, 110 Elm, h. 

61 Market 
" Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 47 

Hancock 
' Cornelius, laborer, b. 199 Franklin 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 19 Seventh 

' Daniel, laborer, h. 12 Hunting- 

" Eleanora, widow, h. 314 Mass. ave. 

" Eliza, widow of Archibald, h. 61 
Market 

" Ellen E. widow of John M. h. 17 
Eliot 



Lyons Frances A. widow of William, h. 
259 y 2 Portland 
" Henry James, boiler maker, h. 32 

Market 
" James, driver, 271 Columbia, b. 7 

Mill 
" James, laborer, b. 151 Otis 
" John, city teamster, b. 2474 Mass. 

ave. 
" John, laborer, 221 Bridge 
" John F. laborer, h. 17 Seventh 
" John P. shipper, b. 47 Hancock 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 95 Kin- 

naird 
" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 151 Otis 
" Michael, laborer, h. 6 Market 
" Michael, laborer, h. r. 12 Harding 
" William, cement maker, Am. R. Co. 

b. 12 Seventh 
" William C. salesman, B. h. 90 Nor- 
folk 
" William W. laborer, h. 117 Pleasant 
Lysette James, laborer, b. 315 Elm - 
Lyshorne Albion F. hostler, 33 Sacra- 
mento, h. 6 Sacramento pi. 
" George, driver, 79 Raymond, b. do. 

MAAG JOHN K. h. 118 Harvard 
Maas Charles H. bottler, B. h. 18 y 3 

Green 
Maass Adolph, baker, b. Ill Fourth 
Mabey Emery O. dropsman, D. S. Co. 
b. 80 Brookline 
" Paul, carpenter, b. 80 Brookline 
Mabille Philip E. designer, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 95 Columbia 
Mabry Willis (Standard Action Co.), 

12 Osborn, h. 268 Broadway 
Macaig David W. tailor, B. h. 12 

Rindge ave. 
MacCann Alfred D. fresco painter, h. 
57 Crescent 
" Alfred D. Jr. clerk, 3 Brattle, b. 57 
Crescent 
MacCarthy Maurice, laborer, h. 2579 

Mass. ave. 
Macconnell Mary W. widow of Hugh, 

h. 125 Pleasant 
Macdonald Alexander D. blacksmith, 
b. 286 Webster ave. 
" Angus, tailor, 238 Hampshire, h. do. 
" Cordelia H. widow of Edmund J. h. 

22 Putnam ave. 
" Daniel L. lineman, h. 286 Webster 

ave. 
" Edgar H. (Harvard Extract Co.) 12 

Pearl, h. at Hyannis 
" Emma, widow of Edward, h. 32 Es- 
sex 
" Fred W. cigar mnfr. 37 Hiartford, 
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Macdonald Hector, iron moulder, h. 74 

Washington 
" Henrietta P. widow of William L. 

h. 1557 Mass. ave. 
" James, carpenter, b. 290 Mass. ave. 
" James, clerk, b. 90 Suffolk 
" James, driver, h. 248 Harvard 
" Jessie, widow of John, h. 290 Mass. 

ave. 
" John A. painter, h. 44 Locke 
" John A. section foreman, h. 248 

Harvard 
" Joseph B. rec. teller, Charles River 

Nat. Bank, rms. 32 Essex 
" Kenneth, carpenter, b. 290 Mass. 

ave. 
" Mary E. housekeeper, 410 Mass. av. 

b. do. 
" Mary S. widow of James, h. 172 

Pleasant 
" Neil, station agent, Cambridge 

station, F. R. R. b. do. 
" Norman, grocers' sundries, 27 Cen- 
tral, B. b. 6 Holyoke pi. 
" N. L. h. 1557 Mass. ave. 
'*■ Randall, lineman, b. 286 Webster 

ave. 
" Stanley E. clerk, at Waltham, b. 32 

Essex 
" Thomas S. mOtorman, h. 10 Oak 

circle 
" William, baggage agent, F. R. R., 

Cambridge station, b. do. 
" William, janitor, 1302 Mass. ave. 

rms. do. 
" William M. clerk, 15 Brattle, b. 4% 

South 
" see McDonald 
MacDougall Randall, carpenter, h. 148 

Berkshire 
Mace Horace F. bookkeeper, 115 Wash- 
ington, B. h. 34 Warland 
Macecher&n D. C. furniture, h. 113 

Fifth 
MacFarland Edwin S. (Custom House, 

B.) h. 42 Bowdoin 
MacGill James D. compositor, R. P. h. 

2 Hotel Vernon 
" William V. b. 2 Hotel Vernon 
Machado Jacinto, laborer, h. 63 Vine 
" Luciano Victor, physician, 1210 

Cam'bridge, h. do. 
" Manuel, carpenter, h. 20 Spring 

Macidlowski Frank, laborer, h. 175% 
Third 

Maciel Antoine V. barber, h. 529 Cam- 
bridge 
" Etta Mrs. music teacher, 529 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 

Macijefski Johan, laborer, b. 36 War- 
ren 



Mack James Mrs. h. 6 Sands 
" Julia, widow of Dennis, h. 9 Holly 

ave. 
" Martin T. night lunch, h. 113 

Hampshire 
" Richard, laborer, b. 6 Sands 
" William J. wood turner, h. 322 

Brookline 

" , laborer, h. 359 Winsor 

Mackay Alexander J. L. manager, 75*5 

Mass. ave. h. 1524 Cambridge 
" Steele Mrs. h. 44 Martin 

" see McKay 

MacKEIGAN LAUGHLIN O. 
ladies' and geut's tailor, 15 Brat- 
tle, rm. 10, b. at Boston. See j). 839 
MacKellar Eben F. printer, U. P. h. 66 
Vassal lane 
" James N. printer, 20 Central sq. b. 
66 Vassal lane 
Mackenzie Allison H. upholsterer, B. 
h. 14 Salem 
" Elizabeth Mrs. dressmaker, 21 Wil- 
bur, b. do. 
" George S. rubber cutter, h. 160 Web- 
ster ave. 
" James, currier, h. 21 Wilbur 
" James M. at U. P. h. 31 Antrim 
" see McKenzie 
Macke3 T James A. porter, b. 39 Tre- 

mont 
" James T. laborer, h. 39 Tremont 
" John, foreman, B. B. Works, h. 117 
Hastings 
Mackin Vincent O. barber, b. 362 Win- 
sor 
" William R. barber, h. 362 Winsor 
MacKinnon He my, carpenter, h. 2575 

Mass. ave. 
Mackintire George E. 35 Congress, 

rm. 20, B. h. 51 Avon 
Macklin Bernard J. florist, 5 Crescent, 

h. do. 
Macknionagail Charles, pressman, h. 2 

Broadway 
Mackusick Albert R. teacher, M. T. 
school, b. 69 Concord ave. 
" Amasa A. Mrs. h. 82 Franklin 
" Arthur L. clerk, B. b. 69 Concord av. 
" Harry A. clerk, b. 82 Franklin 
" Leroy P. h. 69 Concord ave. 
" Meredith H. student, b. 69 Concord 

ave. 
" see McKusick 
MacLaren Alexander G. carpenter, h. 
237 Columbia 
" Philip, roofer, h. 137 Pearl 
MacLean Alexander H. carpenter, h. 16 
Mead 

Maclean Lizzie B. dressmaker, 90 In- 
man, h. do. 



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Maclean Margaret, cloak maker, b. 90 
In man 
" Marie N. dressmaker, b. 90 Inman 
" Mary Mrs. h. 90 Inman 
". Neil, driver, 96 Inman, h. 90 do. 
MacLeod William G. agt. compressed 
yeast, r. 96 Inman, h. do. 
" William P. student, b. 96 Inman 
MacMaster Alexander, h. 24 Leonard 
ave. 
" James T. bookkeeper, F. H. mkt. B. 

b. 24 Leonard ave. 
' Jennie K. teacher, Dana school, b. 

24 Leonard ave. 
" John Alex, trav. salesman, h. 24 

Leonard ave. 
" Matilda J. teacher, Dana school, b. 
24 Leonard ave. 
Macomb David B. h. 28 Arlington 
Maoomber Sarah E. h. 479 Broadway 
" Susan L. matron, M. S. P. C. C. 139 

Austin 
kt Urania Mrs. h. 139 Austin 
MacRae Alexander, grocer, 308 Green, 
h. 306 do. 
" Daniel, car conductor, b.3 Mifflin pi. 
MacSwain John A. carpenter, 249 
Chestnut 
" Magnus A. clerk, R. P. h. 35 Rock- 
ingham 
" Samuel, carpenter, h. 249 Chestnut 
MacVane Edith E. and Emily D. h. 34 
Kirkland 
" S. Marcus, prof, of history, H. U. 
h. 34 Kirkland 
MacWilliams Arthur, cutter, 418 Mass. 

ave. b. 4 Green 
Macy John A. student, H. U-. b. 415 
Putnam ave. 
" Oliver C. electric supt, Keith's The- 
atre, B. b. 415 Putnam ave. 
Powell, storekeeper, 169 Gore, h.415 
Putnam ave. 
" Walter A. salesman, 1312 Mass. ave. 
Madden Angelina, h. 1426 Cambridge 
; Daniel J. boots and shoes, 645 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1426 do. 
" Hannah Mrs. h. 1426 Cambridge 
' James, fireman, h. 27 Hudson 
" John, b. 88 School 
" John F. teamster, h. 293 Elm 
' Owen, boarding house, 25 Sixth 
" Patrick J. clerk, 647 Mass. ave. b. 

1426 Cambridge 
" William, laborer, h. 485 Winsor 
Maddern Henry J. pressman,1284 Mass. 

ave. h. at Boston 
Maddock Albert, moulder, b. 169 Main 
' George, grocer, 345 Columbia, h. 
347 do. 

Maddocks Lewis A. mariner, h. 19 
Shepard 



Maddox Thomas, h. 1 Cypress 
Madeiros Joseph, painter, h. 35 Vine 

" Manuel, furniture, h. 63 Vine 
Madigan Harriett I. widow of John, b. 
65 Magazine 
" Irene, widow of Thomas, h. 5 Madi- 
son 
" Michael, laborer, h. 38 Lopez 
" Richard W 7 . mason, h. 22 Fourth 
Madoes Joseph, laborer, h. 68 Second 
Madrosian Sacheus, confectionery and 

fruit, 1045 Mass. ave. b. do. 
Magahy Rebecca L. widow of Andrew 
B. h. 47 Walker 
" see McGahey 
Magee Alexander L. painter,1975 Mass. 
ave. b. 99 Richdale ave. 
" Bernard J. machinist, h. 16 Gerry 
" Francis D. dentist, h.392 Cambridge 
" Hugh, porter, Mass. General Hos- 
pital, B. h. 234 Putnam ave. 
" John A. painter, 10 Regent, h. 37 
Pemberton 
Maginnis George, painter, h. 94 Fourth 
Magner Timothy, teamster, 83 Main, b. 

218 Winsor 
Magnuson Antone, shoemaker, h. 23 
Fifth 
" Eric, cabinet maker, h. 827 Main 
" Johanna, widow of Sven W. h. 23 

Line 
" John G. (Heins & Magnuson) gro- 
cer, 343 Western ave. h. 189 Put- 
nam ave. 
" Sophia, widow of Sven, h. 345 West- 
ern ave. 
Magnusson Axel, coppersmith, h. 54 

Portsmouth 
Magoon Omer A. drug clerk, 223 Put- 
nam ave. b. 233 do. 
Magoun Warren, bookbinder, h. 178 

Western ave. 
Magruder Frank G. printer, h. 17 Mt. 
Auburn 
" see McGruder 
Maguire Ann, widow of John, h. 44% 

Warren 
" Bernard, piano maker, b. 52 Ply- 
mouth 
" Charles, teamster, b. 44% Warren 
" Edward F. blacksmith, b. 110 Otis 
"Edward J. furniture, h. 70 Gore 
" Francis, oils and candles, 1 Central 

wharf, B. h. 151 Austin 
" John B. band sawyer, h. 148 Bridge 
" Lucy A. music teacher, 151 Austin, 

h. do. 
" Mary, widow of Terremoe, h. 139 

Bridge 
" Mary A. dressmaker. 44 % Warren, 

b. do. 
" Orinda Mrs. h. 144 Thorndike 



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Magnire Thomas, core maker, h. 117 

Spring 
" Thomas F. student, b. 560 Mass. av. 
" Thomas H. roofer, 696 Mass. ave. h. 

75 Clark 
Mag-wire Frank Rev. ins. agt. 87 Milk, 

B. h. 46 Lee 
" Marion B. teacher, Dana school, b. 

46 Lee 
Mahady A. E. h. 12 Fairmont ave. 
" Daniel J. janitor,Epis. Theo. school, 

h. 6 DeWolfe 
" Edward F. clerk, 205 Broadway, I). 

6 DeWolfe 
" George H. bookkeeper, 671 Mass. 

ave. b. 14 Lawrence 
" James I. clerk, 671 Mass. ave. b. 14 

Lawrence 
" John (Parker & Mahady), auction- 
eer, 671 Mass. ave. h. 14 Lawrence 
" J. William, real estate, h. 7 Stinson 

ct. 
Mahiaffy Ellen, widow of William, h. 

45 Jackson 
" Francis J. printer, h. 47 Jackson 
" John E. gilder, b. 770 Mass. ave. 
" John T. carpenter, 91 River, h. 770 

Mass. ave. 
Mahan Charles H. wheelwright, h. 73 

Winter 
" Edward J. candy maker, b. 352 

Norfolk 
' James, foreman, sugar house, h. r. 

112 Gore 
" James P. clerk, b. 352 Norfolk 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 352 Nor- 
folk 
Mahaney James R. clerk, B. b. 178 

Hampshire 
" John W. driver, h. 1211 Cambridge 
" William C. clerk, h. 178 Hampshire 
" see Mahoney 
Mahar Alice, widow of Thomas, dress- 
maker, 3 Emmons pi. 
" John, h. 24 Porter 
" John, teamster, b. 92 Winsor 
4 ' Mary L. asst. manager, 7 Chardon, 

B. rms. 82 Franklin 
" Thomas, contractor, b. 92 Winsor 
" see Maher, also Meagher 
Mahegan Albert F. lithographer, b. 9 

Seventh st. ct. 
" James J. bookbinder, h. 9 Seventh 

st. ct. 
Maher Margaret, widow of Thomas F. 

h. 25 Hunting 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 25 Hunting 
" Thomas W. plumber, b. 25 Hunting 
William, laborer, h. 73 Porter 
Mahern Esther Mrs. h. 1 Carlisle 

' E. J. engineer, h. 1 Carlisle 
Mahler Ellen, widow of Anthony, h. 15 

School 



Mahler John, carriage painter, h. 5 

Austin 
" Joseph, teamster, 184 Broadway, h. 

180 do. 
Mahon Michael P. Rev. asst. pastor, 

Church of the Sacred Heart, h. 

49 Sixth 
Mahoney Ann, widow of Jeremiah, h. 

57 Winter 
" Anthony, laborer, b. Daniel Ma- 
honey's, Concord ave. 
" Cain, at 169 Gore, h. 10 Ninth 
" Catherine, widow of Daniel, h. 192 

Bridge 
" Cornelius, carpenter, 165 Bridge, h. 

23 Fourth 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 1014 Cam- 
bridge 
" Cornelius, painter, b. 37 Bolton 
" Cornelius, pattern maker, b. 118 

Harvard 
" Cornelius Jr. at 169 Gore, b. 1014 

Cambridge 
" Cornelius W. hack driver, h. 197 Mt. 

Auburn 
" Daniel, at B. B. W. h. 341 Vine 
" Daniel, carpenter, h. 26 Winter 
" Daniel, carpenter, b. 11 Eighth 
" Daniel, gateman, F. R. R., Concord 

ave. h. do. 
" Daniel Jr. foreman, 169 Gore, h. at 

Maiden 
" Daniel J. laborer, h. 34 Jefferson 
" David, carriage painter, b. 413 

Main 
• ; David D. ledge man, h. 10 Mont- 
gomery 
" Dennis, carpenter, h. iy 2 Beaver 
" Dennis, city laborer, h. 37 Bolton 
" Dennis, coachman, h. 55 Antrim 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 20 Warren 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 34 Washington 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 58 Cedar 
" Dennis, laborer, h. 34 Hampshire 
" Dennis, printer, b. 24 Hayes 
" Elizabeth, widow of Jeremiah J. h. 

8 Seventh st. ct. 
" Eugene, laborer, b. 210 Bridge 
" Florence, laborer, h. 508 Winsor 
" Fred D. varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

h. 29 Ninth 
" George A. laborer, b. 8 Seventh st. 

ct. 
" George J. printer, b. 8 Seventh st. 

ct. 
" Harry, 162 Broadway, b. 29 Ninth 
" James, oar oiler, B. & M. R. R. h. 2 

Spring pi. 
James, h. 88 Gore 
James, laborer, b. 849 Cambridge 
James, laborer, h. 17 Cushing ct. 
James, laborer, h. 21 Lambert 
James, mason, 325 Winsor, 'h. do. 



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Mahoney Jeremiah, fireman, b. 25 
Fourth 
' Jeremiah, laborer, h. r. 13 Grant 
' Jeremiah, laborer, h. 97 Hampshire 
" Jeremiah, plumber's helper, b. 
Daniel Mahoney's, Concord ave. 
" Jeremiah, stone cutter, h. 150 Web- 
ster ave. 
" Jeremiah, teamster, h. 122 Tremont 
" Joanna Mrs. h. 5 Torrington pi. 
" John, a.t Am. R. Co. h. 59 Ninth 
" John, h. 252 Elm 
" John, hostler, b. 25 Fourth 
" John, laborer, h. Rafferty's blk. 

Harding 
" John, laborer, b. r. 10 Ninth, 
" John, laborer, h. 11 Plymouth 
" John, laborer, ttu 34 Washington 
'" John, laborer, 'h. Conroy's blk. 

Seventh 
" John, laborer, b. 3 Parnell 
" John, laborer, h. 85 Winter 
" John, stone mason, h. 106 Fourth 
" John, teamster, Richardson & 

Bacon, h. 56 Roylston 
" John H. driver, B. b. 47 Cedar 
" Joihn J. city works, h. 163 Charles 
" John J. signal tender, Waltham, b. 

Daniel Mahoney's, Concord ave. 
" John W. printer, h. 79 Putnam ave. 
" Joseph A. clerk, b. 8 Seventh st. ct. 
" Julia, widow of Timothy, b. 6 Fifth 
" Kate, h. 14 Seventh 
" Margaret, h. r. 713 Cambridge 
" Margaret Mrs. h. 24 Hayes 
" Mary, h. 118 Harvard 
" Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 315 

Elm 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 114 

Charles 
" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 25 

Fourth 
" Mary A. grocer, 165 Banks, h. do. 
' Michael, b. 508 Wirasor 
" Michael, coal heaver, b. 20 Marion 
" Michael, laborer, b. 3 Parnell 
" Michael, laborer, h. 15 Vandine 
" Michael, teamster, b. 849 Cam- 
bridge 
" Nora Mrs. h. 60 Bristol 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 29 Seventh 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 114 Charles 
" Patrick, teamster, 221 Bridge, h. 4 

Winter 
" Patrick J. shoemaker, 2058 Mass. 

ave. h. 47 Cedar 
" Patrick J. upholsterer, b. 93 Winter 
" Patrick M. seaman, h. 18% Foster 
" Patrick T. stone cutter, h. 72 Gore 
" Thomas, laborer, h. 85 Winter 
" Thomas, teamster, b. 17 Cushing ct. 
" Thomas F. driver, rms. 44 Pearl 
" Thomas <H. salesman, h. 140 Gore 



Mahoney Timothy, h. 1014 Cambridge 
" Timothy, city laborer, h. 300 Pros- 
pect 
" Timothy, driver, h. 207 Charles 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 32 Harding 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 12 Harrison 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 8 Marion 
" Timothy, wood and coal, b. 10 

Ninth 
" Timothy J. case maker, h. 346 

Vine 
" Timothy J. rubber worker, h. 18 

Plymouth 
" William, laborer, h. 1071 Cambridge 
" William, laborer, h. 17 Montgomery 

MAHONEY WILLIAM, mason, 
house 92 Spring. See page 809 
" William D. gardener, h. 209 Mt. 

Auburn 
" William F. clerk, B. h. 3 Frances pi. 
" William F. clerk, 49 Boylston, b. 84 

Winthrop 
" William J. printer, h. 79 Putnam 

ave. 
" Willis, meat market, h. 200 Chaules 
" see Mahaney 
Mahood Arthur S. laborer, b. 290 Elm 
Maiers Orlando A. gas fitter, h. 21 
Chestnut 
" see Mayers, also' Meyers 
Mailhoit Theodore, tinsmith, h. 22 

Clifton 
Main Edwin L. glass cutter, b. 210 Co- 
lumbia 
Mains John, city teamster, h. 38 Tre- 
mont 
" John F. teamster, b. 38 Tremont 
" Peter J. cigars and billiards. 297 

Cambridge, b. 38 Tremont 
" Thomas, pressman, h. 259 Sidney 

MAITLANTD JAMES, blacksmith 
267 Sixth, cor. Harvard, h. 257 do. 
See page 804 
Majewiski Frank, sugar worker, h. 7 
Mullens ct. 

" Roman C. cigar maker, b. 7 Mullens 
ct. 
Major Alfred J. candy maker. 208 
Hampshire, b. at Boston 

" Arthur H. freight clerk, F. R. R., B. 
h. 58 Stearns 

' k Charles E. candy maker, 208 Hamp- 
shire, b. at Boston 

" Clifford A. candy maker, 208 Hamp- 
shire, b. at Boston 

" Eleanor J. Mrs. h. 98 Inman 

" James, janitor, Lowell and Quincy 
schools, h. 13 Maynard pi. 

" Louis, waiter, rms. 45 Blackstone 

" Thomas A. confectionery mnfr. 20S 
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Maker Ai, paper hanger, b. 25 Green 
Malcolm John A. wood worker, h. 76 

Crescent ave. 
Malenson Thomas, carpenter, h. 446 

Green 
Ma ley Henry A. supt. Ginn <fc Co., 

First, h. at Dorchester 
Mallahan Felix, laborer, h. 100 Sixth 
Mallard John, printer, h. r. 25 Grant 
Mullen Elizabeth, widow, h. 6 Hamp- 
shire pi. 
" Francis P. shipper, 40 Green, b. 420 

Mass. ave. 
" John F. tailor, h. 420 Mass. ave. 
" Joseph J. spring* bed maker, b. 420 
Mass. ave. 

M ALLEY EDWARD B. lawyer, 
rms. 80 Otis. See page 855 
" Edward J. police, station 2, b. 160 

Willow 
" James J. peddler, b. 160 Willow 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 160 Wil- 
low 
" see O'Malley, also Melley 
Mallon John E. book agent, h. S How- 
ard 
" Margaret, widow of John, h. 119 

Pleasant 
" Owen, hostler, b. 6 Cottage row 
" Peter, hostler, b. 6 Cottage row 
" Rose V. clerk, P. O. 83 Concord ave. 

b. 8 Howard 
" Thomas J. confectioner, b. 119 
Pleasant 
Miallory William H. H. engineer, Eng- 
lish High school, h. 113 Han- 
cock 
Malloy Hannah Mrs. h. 222 Broadway 
" James, janitor, h. 176 Harvard 
" Michael, hostler, h. 58 Sixth 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 27 Dyke 
" see Maloy 
Malmstone Alvin, butcher, b. Hotel 

Lilly 
Malmstrom Vitalis, varnisiher, h. 45 

Jay 
Malone Bernard, laborer, b. 138 Willow 
" Edward T. herdic driver, h. 187 

Franklin 
" G. Howard Rev. h. 241 River 
" John, laborer, h. 297 Main 
" John F. oiler, C. W. W. station, b. 

300 Walden 
" Joseph, potter, A. H. Hews & Co. 

b. 17 Miller ave. 
" Joseph F. tinsmith, b. 394 Norfolk 

" Lottie P. dressmaker, 241 River, b. 
do. 

" Otis W. carpenter, h. 2 Coolidge pi. 
" Patrick, coachman, b. 9 White st. 
pi. 



Malone Patrick, laborer, h. 13 S Willow 
" Patrick Jr. lather, b. 138 Willow 
" Peter, b. 17 Miller ave. 

Philip, tin ware mnfr. h. 394 Nor- 
folk 
" Sarah, widow of John, h. 1210 
Cambridge 
Thomas, core maker, h. 53 Bristol 
" William H. tinsmith, b. 394 Norfolk 
Maloney Daniel, barrels, 25 Eighth, h. 
742 Cambridge 
" Daniel, carpenter, h. 396 Huron ave. 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 17 Warren 
" Daniel R. barrels, b. 742 Cambridge 
" Edward, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 91 

Fifth 
" George T. barrels, b. 742 Cam- 
bridge 
" James, laborer, h. 91 Fifth 
' John, hairdresser, 6 Hotyoke, rms. 

47 Putnam ave. 
" John, laborer, h. 61 Stearns 
" Patrick W. laborer, h. 312 Third 
" Thomas P. rubber worker, h. 28 

Berkshire 
" Thomas S. teamster, 2464 Mass. av. 

b. W. Maloney's, Tannery 
•' William, gateman, Almshouse, h. 

Tannery 
" William J. clerk, h. 399 Cambridge 
Maloon John W. foreman, 385 Putnam 

ave. h. 20 Sands 
Maloy John, farm hand, h. 379 Con- 
cord ave. 
" John P. police, station 5, h. 379 
Concord ave. 
Manahan Adelaide F. Mrs. dressmaker. 

207 River, h. do. 
Manchester Eliza H. widow of Joseph, 
b. 176 Elm, N. C. 
' Eva A. dressmaker, b. 52 Austin 
' Eveline 'Mrs. h. 52 Austin 
• Frank H. clerk, B. b. 52 Austin 
Mandell William A. h. 4 Walnut ave. 
•' William J. asst. cashier, Tremont 
National Bank, B. h. 4 Walnut 
ave. 
Mandluff Nellie, widow of William, h. 

25 Jay 
Mandly Isabel F. widow of Manuel J. 
h. 250 Hampshire 
" Minnie C. dressmaker, 250 Hamp- 
shire, b. do. 
Maney Catherine Mrs. h. 277 Main 
Manganaro Ralph, peddler, h. 95 Gore 

" Raphael, fish, h. 95 Gore 

Mangurson Antoine, laborer, b. 524 
Mass. ave. 

Mankey Albert, machinist, h. 34 Clark 

Manley Daniel, laborer, 162 Broadway, 
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Mauley John M. clerk, 72 Harvard, b. 

22 Hastings 
Mann Belle, ih. 1423 Cambridge 
" Charles A. machinist, h. 607 Main 
" EdocIi W. manager, Whittier Hard- 
ware Co. 463 Mass. ave. rms. 30 
Pearl 

" Henry M. truss maker, 99 Court, B. 
h. 89 Plymouth 

*' Murray F. insurance, b. 89 Ply- 
mouth 

*' Nehemiah P. Jr. com. mer. 34 India 
wharf, B. h. 341 Harvard 

" Nelson, b. 102 Austin 

" William H. salesman, h. 494 Mass. 
ave. 
Manners Robert, blacksmith, h. 104 

Brookline 
Manning- Arthur W. painter, b. 518 
Putnam ave. 

"' Catherine, widow of Anthony, h. 2 
Rogers ct. 

• ; Charles F. student, b. 398 Putnam 
ave. 

■" Charles J. machinist, h. 391 Cam- 
bridge 

•* Daniel, grocer, 167 Broadway, h. 
169 do. 

"' Edmond, shoemaker, h. 398 Put- 
nam ave. 

" Edward, clerk, 547 Mass. ave. 

" Edward N. bookkeeper, B. h. 57 
Rice 

■' Elizabeth Mrs. dressmaker, 13 Ce- 
dar, h. do. 

" Flora H. widow of Charles B. h. 
1691 Cambridge 

-i Henry J. expressman, B. h. 13 Ce- 
dar 

" James, city laborer, h. 161 Putnam 
ave. 

" Jeremiah J. dry goods, 476 Cam- 
bridge, b. 11 Plymouth 

" Joanna N. widow of William H. h. 
9 Howland 

" John, laborer, h. 8 Allston 

*' John Mrs. h. 19 Cowperthwaite 

" Mansel J. clerk, B. h. 2534 Mass. 
ave. 

" Mary Mrs. rms. 76 Magazine 

" Matthew, mason, h. 1053 Cambridge 

" Michael, coachman, h. 1 White st. 
pi. 

" Michael, hostler, Dunister st. sta- 
bles, h. 95 Banks 

" Thomas, laborer, b. 1053 Cambridge 

" Thomas, moulder, b. 189 Cambridge 

" Timothy D. city laborer, h. 5 Som- 
erset 
Mannix Catherine, widow of William, 
h. 53 Holyoke 



Mannix James C. foreman, Niles Bros, 
h. 208 Appleton 
" John, clerk, 458 Main, h. at 

Brighton 
" Mary Mrs. h. 172 Franklin 
" Michael, grocer and livery stable, 

226 Brookline, h. 224 do. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 15 Plymouth 
" Patrick, teamster, h. 122 Spring 
" William H. clerk, 1386 Mass. ave. b. 
172 Franklin 
Manoogin John, b. 381 Western ave. 
Mansfield Ann, widow of Thomas, h. 
54 Bolton 
" Fred A. engineer, 22 Bridge 
" Fred W. laundry man, h. W'hitte- 

more ave. 
" Garrett, helper, h. r. 44 Washington 
" George, boiler maker, h. 32 Somer- 
set 
" James, herdic driver, h. 9 Broad- 
way 
" James A. Mrs. h. 8 Clay 
" James P. printer, b. r. 44 Wash- 
in gi: on 
" John T. teamster, 'b. 54 Bolton 
" William, h. 132 Chestnut 
" William H. teamster, h. 269 Vine 
Mansion House, 3 Gore 
Mansise George W. watchman, 204 

Broadway, h. 279 Pearl 
Manson Charles, pipe coverer, h. 8 
Hotel Pleasant 
" Elizabeth E. kindergarten school, 

46 Concord ave. h. do. 
" Hannah L. b. 46 Concord ave. 
" Nathaniel G. iron, 514 Atlantic ave. 

B. b. 303 Harvard 
" Rufus H. h. 303 Harvard 
" Thomas Lincoln, h. 46 Concord ave. 
Mantell Charles, wood carver, h. 49 

Webster ave. 
Manton Sarah, widow of Patrick, gro- 
cer, 7 Grant, h. do. 
Manuchee Antonio, hairdresser, 415 

Main, h. 16 Harvard 
Manuel Alexander, laborer, h. 1 Line- 
han ct. 
" Charles S. clerk, 727 Mass. ave. b. 

147 Washington 
" Joseph, fireman, h. 693 Cambridge 
" Louis, farmer, h. 8% Carlisle 
" Mark, grocer, 217 Broadway, b. 889 
Cambridge 
Mara Alice Mrs. h. 9% Hayes 
" James E. at B. B. W. h. 71 Harvard 
" Patrick, city teamster, h. 32 Mont- 
gomery 
Marble Jerome (Jerome Marble & Co.), 
oils, etc. Fifth, cor. Rogers, h. at 
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MARBLE JEROME & CO. 
agents, National Linseed Oil Co. 
Fifth, cor. Rogers, and 42 Pearl, 
B. See page 842 
" William, h. 18 Forest 
March Asa, h. 107 Pleasant 
" Charles, machinist, h. 107 Pleasant 
4k Clement, clerk, 127 Federal, B. h. 8 

Cleveland 
" Frank D. manager, 41 Lincoln, B. 

h. 9 Humboldt 
" John Mrs. h. 107 Pleasant 
" Joseph, mail driver, b. 9 Brewery 
" Martha, widow of Herbert B. h. 323 

Broadway 
" see Marsh 
Marchand Charles, laborer, h. 15 Reed 
" Charles H. laborer, b. 15 Reed 
" Felix, laborer, b. 15 Reed 
" Frank, clerk, b. 74 Antrim 
" Frank D. foreman, b. 74 Antrim 
" Frederick, laborer, b. 15 Reed 
" Jeffrey, laborer, b. 15 Reed 
Marcbant Agnes, teacher, Park school, 
b. 99 Austin 
" (Harry, stone mason, h. 45% Mt. 

Auburn 
" see Merchant 
Marc'hmont Fred, dramatic instructor, 

h. 1126 Cambridge 
Marcille Alexander B. grocer, 2? 

Brookline, h. 456 Mass. ave. 
Marcotte Adolphe, cigiar maker, h. 15(5 
Berkshire 
" Fred A. at Irving & Casson, h. 150 

Berkshire 
" Homer, driver, h. 1073 Cambridge 
" William J. foreman, 131 Main, b. at 
Boston 
Marcou Jules, h. 42 Garden 

" Philip B. tutor, b. 42 Garden 
Marcy Henry L. real estate, B. h. 24 
Harris 
" Henry O. physician, 860 Mass. ave. 
and 180 Commonwealth ave. B. 
h. at Boston 
" Margaret J. widow of John H. h. 
209 Pearl 
Marden Asa F. clerk, b. 108 Pearl 
" Asa L. h. 108 Pearl 
" Ellis W. clerk, 43 Franklin, B. h. 

108 Pearl 
" Frank P. at 169 Gore, h. 134 Pine 
" George E. gardener, F. R. R. h. 43 

Regent 
" Henry K. carpenter, h. 1 Hamp- 
shire ct. 
" John E. carpenter, h. 42 Cogswell 
ave. 
Marean Edith E. b. 151 Brattle 
" Joseph, mason, h. 46 Brewster 



Miargley Conrad, tailor, b. 102 Putnam 

ave. 
Margot Fred E. optician, 11 Franklin, 

B. h. 901 Mass. ave. 
Mariett J. Martin N. freight clerk, F. 

R. R, h. 5 Park 
Mariner St an wood C. bookkeeper, 378 

River, h. 20 Tufts 
Mark Edward L., Hersey prof, of anat- 
omy, Zoological laboratory, H.L . 

h. 109 Irving 
" Kenneth L. student, H. U. b. 109 

Irving 
Markee Charles H. clerk, B. & M. R. R. 

repair shop, h. 94 Gore 
Markeson John, copper worker, h. & 

Hotel Lilly 
Markey Charles A. teamster, B. & M. 

R. R. shop, b. r. 96 Gore 
" John, laborer, h. 52 North 
Markbam Helen H. teacher, 2 Buck- 
ingham pi. rms. do. 
" John, iron worker, B. B. W. h. 29 

Gore 
Mark ha n Jeanette S. private school, 2 

Bucking-ham pi. rms. do. 
Markley Louis, mason, h. 89 Putnam 

ave. 
Marks Arthur H. chemist, rms. 60 

Austin 

MARKS AUGUSTINE J. 
plumber, 738 Cambridge, house do. 
See page 806 
" Austin W. hairdresser, 6 Holyoke. 

b. 62 River 
" George M. hairdresser, 4 and 6 Hol- 
yoke, h. 8 Haskell 
" Michael F. roofer, 38 Third, h. do. 
" William L. carpenter, rms. 56 Co- 
lumbia 
" see Marx 
Marlin Kezia, widow of William, h. 201 

Hampshire 
Miarlow Thomas F. caterer, h. 88 Hast- 
ings 
Marnell Thomas, boots and shoes, 2437 

Mass. ave. rms. do. 
Maron Franz, at Am. Rub. Co. h. 258 

Elm 
Maroney David, laborer, h. 11 Lambert 
Maroonay Daniel, at Swift's, b. 7 
Marion 
" Julia Mrs. h. 7 Marion 
Marquis David, teamster, h. 252 Wal- 
den 
" David Jr. driver, 63 y 2 Rindge ave. 

b. 252 Walden 
" Peter, laborer, h. 83 Sherman 
Marr J. Trafton, h. 55 Magazine 
" Kittie, dressmaker, h. 445 Green 
Marrat Julius, carver, b. Winter 



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Marrett Augustus P. cashier, 53 State, 
B. h. 20 Avon Hill 

" Dane Appleton, h. 20 Avon Hill 
Marrlh Henry T. bookbinder, h. 16 

DeWolfe 
Marrinch John E. floor layer, B. h. 10 

Wilbur 
Marriott Amelia J. widow of George R. 

h. 22 Magazine 
Marron Alice A. h. 341 Columbia 

" Barney, laborer, b. 18 Pioneer ave. 

" Thomas