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City Document — No. 5. 



THE 



FIFTEENTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



C^nimittu 011 %ttiimxU 

ON THE • 

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



OP THE 



CITY OF ROXBURY, 

FOR THE 
YEA.K ENBIKG dr^KftJA-KX 31st, 1861. 




ROXBURY: 

JOHN M. HEWES, PRINTER, 

1861. 



ati| nf llnihuii. 



In Common Council, March 18, 1861. 
Ordered, That twenty-seven hundred copies of the Annual Report of 
the Receipts and Expenditures of the City, made by the Committee on 
Accounts, with such other documents as may be appended thereto, be 
printed under the direction of the Committee on Printing, and distributed 
among the inhabitants of the City. 
Passed and sent up for concurrence. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk. 

In Board of Aldermen, March 18, 1861, 
Concurred. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 



REPORT 



OF THE 



COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTS. 



The Joint Standing Committee on Accounts respectfully sub- 
mit their Fifteenth Annual 

REPOET. 

In accordance with the provisions of the City Charter, the 
Committee have prepared and herewith submit a particular ac- 
count of the Receipts and Expenditures for the year ending Jan- 
uary 31, 1861, and also a schedule of the City Property. The 
details of the Expenditures will be found under their separate 
heads. 

The amount of accounts, claims and demands allowed by them 
during the year, is $492,710 36. 

There was remaining in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 

1860, a balance of . . . . . $28,874 12 

And the amount received for the year, from all 

sources, as per account of the Treasurer, is . 515,130 14 

Making a total of . . $544,004 26 



Of this sum there was received : — 
From Taxes assessed in 1860, . $213,136 50 
" West Roxbury, for its propor- 
tion of State and County 
Taxes, .... 7,865 12 
Loans authorized, . , . 277,064 71 

Commonwealth and other 
sources, for Pauper Ac- 
count, . . . . . 603 04 
Income from City Property, 



rents of wharf, houses, &c., . 


913 35 


Sales of Munroe land, . 


830 51 


Sales of Stony Brook land, . 


2,075 75 


Sales of Brook Farm land, . 


891 80 


Sales of land. Short Street, . 


167 40 


C. C. Churchill, County Trea- 




surer, for interest. 


80 00 


Joseph W. Tucker, for fees 




received. 


237 50 


Joseph W. Tucker, for dog 




licenses, .... 


653 00 


Geo. K. Goodwin, for hcense. 


10 00 


Peter S. Wheelock, for Pohce 




Court Fees, 


877 37 


Peter S. Wheelock, for fines 




and fees. 


1,704 64 


Benjamin Merriam, for fees. 


75 00 


Ariel I. Cummings, for fees, 


193 30 


Hiram A. Campbell, for fees. 


15 00 


Watering streets. 


2,167 11 


Metropolitan Railroad Co., for 




moving hose house. 


50 00 


Holman Page and others, for 




stone and gravel, 


393 90 


Sundry persons, for edge-stone. 


272 47 



Amoimt carried forward, $510,277 47 





Amount hrouglit forward^ 


$510,277 47 


From Damage to Lamps, 


17 00 


a 


Patrick II. Rogers, 


25 00 


u 


Rumrill & Stanton, for lum- 






ber, &c., 


23 75 


a 


Joshua Seaver, for error in bill, 


21 20 


u 


Enos F. Bronsdon, for sale of 






building. 


379 50 


a 


George H. Williams, subscrip- 






tion for new street, . 


500 00 


u 


George Lewis, for sewer, 


89 11 


a 


Samuel Cook, for house offal, 


738 25 


u 


Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, for pay of MiHtia and 






rent of Armory, 


617 50 


n 


Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, for City's proportion 






of School Fund, 


941 36 


a 


Norfolk Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 


1,500 00 


u 


Balance on hand Feb. 1, 1860, 


28,874 12 



$544,004 26 

The amount of Expenditures, for which bills, accounts and de- 
mands have been allowed and ordered to be paid, including the 
payment of the City debt, is $492,710 36. 

And these Expenditures were chargeable to the following appro- 
priations or accounts, viz. : — 
To Schools, for Teachers' salaries, 

fuel and contingencies, . . $46,860 68 
" Roxbury Grammar School, (for 

High School for Boys,) . 1,650 00 

" Alteration of Vernon St. School- 
house, .... 1,25649 
" Alteration of High School-house, 11,620 20 
" New School-house, Francis St., 3,360 00 

Amount carried forward^ $64,747 37 
1* 



Amou7it hrought forward^ 
To New School-house and land, 

George Street, 
Land for Comins School-house, 
Evening School, 
Paj of Firemen, 
Contingent Expenses of Fire 

Department, 
Reservoirs, ... 
NoAY Engine-house, 
Steam Fire Engine, &c. 
Support of Poor, 
House Offal, . 
Repairs of Highways, Bridges 

and Sidewalks, 
Widening Tremont Street, 
Widening and constructing Short 

Street, 
Widening Washington Street, 
Widening Warren Street, 
Widening Plymouth Street, 
Widening and constructing new 

Street, 
Widening Lambert Avenue, 
Widening Sumner Street, 
Widening Water Street, . 
Widening Walnut Street, 
Lamps, . 

Watch and Pohce, . 
Police Court, . 
Salaries of City Officers, 
City Debt and Interest, 
Dale Street Park 
Orchard Street Park, 
Tremont Improvement Co. Park, 



$64,747 37 

19,056 09 

1,250 00 

500 00 

9,169 00 

4,189 76 

1,355 32 

3,870 39 

4,571 16 

9,694 19 

1,832 02 

66,489 43 
2,771 55 

2,479 30 

3,127 53 

661 57 

7,359 90 

7,688 78 

1,857 72 

105 07 

1,030 23 

162 84 

11,378 78 

16,723 15 

1,363 60 

7,410 42 

100,755 29 

31,373 04 

13,222 00 

18,400 00 



Amount carried forward, $414,595 50 



Amount hrouglit forward, 
To Oakland Park, 
" Wharf lots, 

" Sewer, Plymouth Street, 
" Sewer, Davis Street, 
" Sewer, Fellowes Street, 
" Surveying for Sewers, 
" MiUtia, . 
^'' County Tax, . 
" State Tax, 
" Discount on Taxes, 
" Abatement of Taxes, 
" Contingent Expenses, 



$414,595 50 

230 75 

6,258 82 

9,767 64 

11,464 06 

126 66 

1,153 88 

405 00 

22,367 12 

5,507 50 

6,847 68 

2,596 88 

11,388 87 



Showing a balance, and remaining in the Treasury, 
Making, .... 

The City Debt on the first day of February, 1860, 

as per account of last year, was 
Of this sum, there has been paid during the year, 

when falling due, ...... 



And this sum has been increased by loans author- 
ized, for renewal of a portion of the City Debt 
and other purposes, ..... 



$492,710 36 
51,293 90 

$544,004 26 



$410,975 00 
73,975 00 



$337,000 00 



$276,490 00 
$613,490 00 



Making the total City Debt at this time. 

The times when this sum becomes payable, may be seen by re- 
ferring to the schedule of the City Debt, accompanying this 
Report. 

The increase of the City Debt has been caused by Appropriations 

for the following objects, viz. : — 
For Parks and Squares, .... $70,000 00 

" Payment of City Debt, .... 64,490 00 



Amount carried forward^ 



$134,490 00 



8 



Amount hr ought fonvard^ 

For Sewers, 

Widening Streets, .... 
Wharf, ...... 

New Engine-house, .... 
New School-houses and land, 
Repairs of Highways, 
Salaries of School Teachers, 
Contingent Expenses of Schools, 
Fuel for Schools, . . , , 
Contingent Expenses of Fire Department, 
Support of Poor, . . , , 
Watch and Police, .... 
Lamps, . . , , o . 
Contingent Expenses, 



134,490 00 

23,000 00 

22,000 00 

6,500 00 

3,500 00 

19,000 00 

42,000 00 

1,500 00 

9,000 00 

600 00 

600 00 

1,900 00 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 



;276,490 00 



There has been received from the sales of land, the sum of 
$3,965 46, and this has been appropriated towards the reduc- 
tion of the Citj Debt, in conformity to a vote of the City Council. 

There remain in the Treasury the notes of sundry individuals, 
secured by mortgage, of $34,192 62, which, as they become 
due, will be appropriated to the liquidation of the City Debt, as 
directed. 

By law, the proceeds of sales of lots or rights of burial in the 
Cemetery at Forest Hills are yearly paid into the City Treasury, 
and kept separate from all other funds of the City, and subject to 
the order of the Commissioners, to be applied by them in the 
manner provided by law. For further details concerning the 
affairs of the Cemetery, reference may be made to the Annual 
Report of the Commissioners, which is appended. 

The amount received into the Treasury from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1860, to February 1, 1861, from sun- 
dry persons, for sales and grading lots, including 



9 

balance on hand, was $32,134 00 

And the amount paid upon the drafts or orders of 

Commissioners for the same period was, . . 29,419 50 

Leaving a balance in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 1861, $2,714 56 
The Cemetery Debt, Feb. 1, 1860, was . . $11,000 00 
There has been purchased during the year an ad- 
ditional parcel of land for the sum of . . 9,000 00 



Making a total, . . $20,000 00 
Of which there has been paid during the year . 8,000 00 

Reducing the debt to . . $12,000 00 

Annexed are statements of the unexpended balances of the 
appropriations of the previous year, and the appropriations and 
transfers of 1860 ; — the details of the expenditures under their 
appropriate heads, — and the present balances of each appropria- 
tion, — a schedule of the City Debt, — and a schedule of the Real 
and Personal Property of the City. 

There will be found appended : — 

Report of the Overseers of the Poor, including Reports of the 
Superintendent and Physician to the Almshouse ; 

Report of the Commissioners of the Cemetery at Forest Hills ; 

Report of the Commissioner of Streets ; 

Report of the City Registrar, — Tabular Statement of Births, 
Marriages and Deaths, — Mortuary Statistics ; 

Report of the Chief Engineer of the Fire Department. 

All of which is respectfully submitted, 



SAMUEL LITTLE, 
SAMUEL C. COBB, 
JAMES T. BUSWELL, 
CHARLES D. SWAIN, 
MOSES H. DAY, J 

Boxhury, Marcli 11, 1861. 



Committee 
on Accounts. 



APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES. 



The Appropriations made by the City Council for different purposes in 
1860, with the unexpended balances of the previous year, the transfers from 
one appropriation to another ; together "with the Expenditures, in detail, 
under each appropriation, and the unexpended balances. 

The Treasurer's Account, the amount of the City Debt, and Forest Hills 
Cemetery Debt, and Schedules of Real and Personal Property belonging 
to the City. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Balance undrawn, Feb. 1, 1860, S9,037 72 

APPROPRIATIONS, 46,025 00 

" for fuel, • • • • • 2,600 00 

$57,662 72 

EXPENDITURES. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 
Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Robert Bickford, Principal • $933 33 

' Samuel W. Weston, " 833 33 

' George H. Gorely, Assistant 328 89 

' Elizabeth C. Babcock " 80 55 

' Elizabeth M. Peck " 169 45 

' Sarah A. M. Gushing " 350 00 



$2,695 55 



Note. The contingent expenses of this school appear 
in the account of the Dudley School. 

DUDLEY SCHOOL. 
Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Adeline Seaver, Principal $700 00 

" Emmie C. Allen, Assistant 375 00 

" Sarah J. Leavitt " 375 00 

" Clara B. Tucker, " 350 00 

" Helen J. Otis, « 350 00 

2,150 00 



Amount carried forward, $4,845 55 



12 

Amount hrought forward, 4,845 55 

Paid for fuel- 
To J. I. Caldwell, coal 20 38 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 156 39 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 8 00 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal 8 33 



193 10 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and care of 

buildings 339 50 

" Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 14 3 7 

" J. M. Marston, carpenter's work- • • 13 87 

" J. Dobson, carpenter's work 4 44 

" Nelson Curtis, mason work 113 97 

" J. & H. M. Harmon, mason work • • 2 37 
" Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace 

work 25 93 

" Henry R. Taylor, drawers and re- 
pairs 328 46 

" Joseph L. Ross, desks and seats- ■ • 270 00 

" John C. Hubbard, settees 232 00 

" Lawrence, Wild & Co, chairs 26 92 

" J. M. Wightman, philosophical ap- 
paratus 20 60 

" John M. Whittemore & Co., books • 3 7 25 

" William Henshaw, books 27 50 

" E. P. Dutton & Co., maps 36 00 

" Henry White, acids 126 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 8 23 

" Chickering & Son, use of piano- • • • 6 00 

" Francis Freeman, mats 5 63 

" C. W. Kenniston, taking down trees 14 00 

" John Casson, washing windows- ■•• 9 17 

" John Bowdlear, repairs on pump- • 2 75 

" W. H. H. Young, cleaning vault- • • 30 00 



1,570 22 S6,608 87 



WASHINGTON SCHOOL. 
Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To John Kneeland, Principal 1,400 00 

" Harriet E. Burrell, Assistant 375 00 

" Anna M. Williams " 375 00 

" Delia Mansfield " 350 00 

" Rebecca A. Jordan " 350 00 

" Harriet M. Daniell " 300 00 

" Caroline C. Drown " 375 00 

3,525 00 

Paid for FUEL— 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 63 71 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 214 17 

Amount carried forward, 277 88 3,525 00 S6,608 87 



13 



Amount brought forward, 

To Daniel TifFany, charcoal 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- • • • 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and care of 

building 

" Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 

" Johnson & Leavitt, carpenter's work 
" Thomas M. Lewis, " " 

" A. W. Folsom, " " 

" George Curtis, lumber- 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason work, 
" Jones, Carpenter & Co., furnace- • 
" Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace 
" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- • 
" Henry R. Taylor, window shades 

*' Daniel S. Smalley, books 

" William Henshaw, maps 

" John Bowdlear, repairing pump . 

" John Somes, carting 

" W. H. H. Young, cleaning vault 



277 88 3,525 00 
G G7 
1-2 GG 
• 297 21 



5,608 87 



262 31 



— 1,147 78 



$4,969 99 



DEARBORN SCHOOL. 



Paid for INSTRUCTION— 



To William H. Long, Principal- • - 
" Louisa E. Harris, Assistant- 
" Ruth P. Stockbridge, " 

" Maria L. Tincker, " 

" Plooma A. Savage, " 

" Henrietta M. Young, " 

" J. Ellen Horton, " 

" Frances L. Bredeen, " 

" Louisa J. Fisher, " 

" Sarah S. Adams, " 

" Margaret E. Davis, " 

" Ellen A. Marean, " 

" Caroline J. Nash, " 

" Clementine B. Thompson, " 
" Mary G. Hewes, " 

Paid for fuel- 
To J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal - 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and care of 

building • 

" John Gilbert, carpenter's work - • ■ • 

Amount carried forward, 
2 



1,400 00 

31 25 

375 00 

343 75 

87 50 

350 00 

29 17 

275 00 

350 00 

225 00 

112 50 

375 00 

350 00 

350 00 

350 00 



165 25 
25 68 

16 67 



318 15 
114 73 



5,004 17 



207 60 



432 88 5,211 77 



l1,578 86 



14 



Amount hrouglit forward, 

To Sam'l S. Chase, carpenter's work- • 

" Christopher Tilden, Jr., carpenter's 

work 

" William Morse, carpenter's work- • 
" Johnson & Leavitt " '• • • 

" Nelson Curtis, mason work 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason work- • 
" James McMann, repairing slate- -'• 
■' George H. Williams, furnace grate - 
" Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace 

work 

" Henry Glynn, blacksmith work--- 
" George G. Richardson, iron work- • 
" William Henshaw, maps and books 

" E. P. Button & Co., maps 

" John Caruthers, time piece 

" Henry R. Taylor, book case, etc- - - 

■' Charles Erskin, glazing 

" E. B. Scott, repairs on pump 

" John Bowdlear, " " 



432 


88 


12 


45 


27 


73 


39 


75 


18 


67 


52 


64 


20 


28 


7 


86 


10 


28 


24 


94 


5 


13 


27 


75 


36 


50 


40 


00 


17 


00 


80 


25 


4 


37 


1 


62 


18 


17 



5,211 77 Sll,578 86 



878 27 $6,090 04 



COMINS SCHOOL. 



Paid for INSTRUCTION— 



To 



Daniel W. Jones, Principal 
Sarah A. M. Cushing, Assistant 
Carrie K. Nickerson, 
Mary C. Eaton, 
Elizabeth W. Young, 
Almira W. Chamberline, 
Elizabeth A. Morse, 
Charlotte P. Williams, 
Alice C. Pierce, 
Sarah M. Vose, 
Esther M. Nickerson, 
Mary F. Angier, 
Annie L. Tucker, 
Juliette Dickerman, 



1,200 


00 


ant- - • 350 


00 


159 


13 


375 


00 


350 


00 


350 


00 


350 


00 


350 


00 


375 


00 


350 


00 


350 


00 


271 


15 


350 


00 


35 


89 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and care of 

building 

" Ephraim Downes, fires and care of 
building 

Amount carried forward. 



— 5,216 17 



Paid for FUEL— 

To J. L Caldwell, coal 120 44 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 257 95 

" Daniel Tifiany, charcoal 109 50 

•' ChaS"ee & Cummings, charcoal- •• 8 34 



107 50 
93 00 



496 23 



200 50 5,712 40 



.7,668 90 



15 

Amount hroufjhl forward, 200 50 5,712 40 $17,CG8 90 
To Alonzo W. Folsom, carpenter's 

work 13 00 

" William Weymouth, carpenter's 

work 

Thomas M. Lewis, carpenter's work 
J. M. Marston, " " 

Thomas Parker, blackboard 

Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace 

work 

W. & W. K. White, repairing fur- 
nace 



T. D. MuUrey, lining furnace • • • • 
Henry W. Howard, mason work- 
I. & H. M. Harmon, " " • 
James McMann, repairing slates- • 

Nathan Stone, Jr., painting 

B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- - 

William Henshaw, maps 

Daniel S. Smalley, books 

John Bowdlear, pump 

Reuben Weeks, blacksmith work- 
Henry E. Taylor, window shades- 

Nelson Worthen, sundries 

W. H. H. Young, cleaning vault- 



201 


78 


198 


54 


7 


06 


110 


25 


40 


12 


46 


25 


4 


00 


151 


22 


14 


77 


24 


60 


11 


00 


23 


75 


27 


00 


10 


00 


55 


95 


3 


75 


46 


38 


5 


88 


6 


00 



1,201 80 S6,914 20 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Francis Street. 

Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Sophronia Wright, Principal 450 00 

Note. The contingent expenses of this school ap- 
pear in account of Primary School No. 20. 

Paid for MUSIC AND DRAWING— 

To Charles Butler, teaching music- • • - 250 00 
" William N. Bartholomew, drawing 100 00 

S350 00 



Total amount of expenses for High and Grammar 



Schools S25,383 10 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS 

NUMBERS 1, 2, 3 and 4. 

Paid to Sarah T. Jennison, Instruction, 300 00 

" Eliza Brown, " 300 00 

« Sarah O. Babcock, " 300 00 

« Sarah H. Hosmer, " 300 00 

" Fanny Bradley, " 30 00 

" AnnaM. Balch, " 17 18 



1,247 18 



Amount catried forward, 1,247 18 $25,383 10 



16 



Amount irougJit forward, 
Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To J. E. Adams & Co., coal • • 88 08 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal • • 

" Chaifee & Cummings, charcoal- • • • 
" John Gilbert, carpenters' work- • • ■ 

" J. M. Marston, " " 

" William Morse, " " 

" Julia Hurley, fires and sweeping- • 

" William Agnew, glazing- • - • 

" Calvin Bird, stove work • • 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 11 45 

" Horace Dana, broom • • 33 

" Uriah T. Brownell, blackboard • - • • 6 75 



3,247 18 $25,383 10 



35 

7 
7 



52 
1 
6 



17 
67 

94 
82 
00 
75 
00 
92 



NUMBERS 5, 6, 


, 7 and 8. 


Paid to Margaret E. Davis, instruction, 


187 


50 


" Mary F. Neal, " 


300 


00 


" Emma C. Wales, " 


300 


00 


" Mary L. Walker, " 


300 


00 


" Elizabeth Backup, " 


101 


87 
1 1SQ S7 


Paid for SUNDRIES— 




--"^^ J.»i.t?»^ t> * 


To J. I. Caldwell, coal 


19 


88 


" J. E. Adams & Co., coal • 


62 


19 


" Daniel Tiifany, charcoal 


53 


36 


" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- - • • 


1 


00 


" Mrs. Lang, fires and sweeping- • • • 


49 


25 


" John Gilbert, carpenter's work- - - • 


27 


77 


" William Morse, " " . . . . 


18 


25 


" Jewell & Shaw, " " 


17 


21 


" J. T. Ellis & Co., lumber- 


4 


23 


" Edward Lamb, mason work • 


32 


00 


" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 


1 


88 


" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 


19 


87 


" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning 


10 


00 

Qlfi ftQ 


NUMBERS 9, 10, 


11 and 12. 


Paid to Ann M. Backup, instruction, 


300 


00 


" S. Louisa Durant, " 


300 


00 


" Kate F. Mayall, " 


300 


00 


" Eliza D. Cole, 


300 


00 


" Elizabeth Backup, " 


12 


00 
1 91 ?> 00 


Paid for SUNDRIES— 




■ X ^^ ± ^ Vv 


To J. E. Adams & Co., coal 


72 


61 


" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 


20 


21 


" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- - • • 


2 


00 



$1,476 ©6 



$1,506 26 



Amount carried forward, 



94 82 1,212 00 



5,365 42 



17 



Amount hroiujld forward, 94 82 

To A. M. Backup, sweeping 10 00 

♦' S. L. Durant, " 2 50 

" K. F. Mayall, " 6 25 

" E. D. Cole, " 1 25 

*' Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and cleaning 55 50 

" H. G. Simpson, carpenters' work • • 22 40 

" A. W. Folsom, " " • • 27 22 

*' Thomas Parker, mason work 5 00 

" Jones, Carpenter & Co., furnace 

work 58 48 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace 

work 264 73 

" Phineas D. Allen, plumbing 4 24 

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct Co., water 16 00 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 4 25 

" Henry R. Taylor, wardrobe 12 00 

" Daniel S. Smalley, charts 4 00 

" W. H. H. Young, cleaning vault- • 30 00 



1,212 00 |;28,;iG5 42 



618 64 1,830 64 



NUMBERS 13, 14, 15 and 16. 



Paid to S. Louisa Stone, instruction- 
" Sarah C. Field, " 

" Cornelia J. Bills, " 

<' Mary C. Williams, " 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 



To J. E. Adams 6v Co., coal 

J. I. Caldwell, " • • • 

Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

Chaffee & Cummings " 

H. G. Simpson, carpenters' work- • 
J. M. Marston, " " • • 

William Weymouth, " " . . 

Sweat & Boston, " '< . . 

I. & H. M. Harmon, mason Avork- • 
Solomon Sanborn, " " . . 

B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing, &c- 
James McMann, repairing slate- • - • 

S. L. Stone, sweeping 

Jonas Pierce, Jr., cleaning, &c- - • - 

E. Downes, making fires 

Jones, Carpenter & Co., furnace- - - 

T. D. MuUrey, lining furnace 

E. B. Scott, repairing pump 

William Clark, gravel 

Jamaica Pond Aqueduct, water- - • ■ 

Joseph L. Ross, furniture 

Wm. H. H. Young, cleaning vault- 



Amount carried forward, 
2* 



300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
304 80 



101 


00 


36 


77 


51 


87 


8 


33 


12 


35 


71 


96 


34 


27 


35 


97 


2 


56 


22 


50 


16 


51 


8 


50 


20 


00 


17 


75 


15 


00 


357 


87 


14 


00 


6 


60 


79 


60 


17 


00 


75 


00 


18 


00 



1,204 80 



1,023 41 2,228 21 



2,424 27 



18 



Amount hrouglit foricard, $32,424 27 

NUMBERS 17 and 18. 



Paid to Sarah J. Davis, instruction- • • • 300 00 
" Clara M. Adams, " 300 00 

Paid for SUNDPJES— 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal '• 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal • • • • 
" Mrs. Fay, sweeping and making 

fires 

" Mrs. Kilroy, making fires 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning 
" A. VV. Folsom, carpenter's work- • • 
" J. M. Marston, " "... 

" George Curtis, lumber 

" T. D. Mullrey, lining stove 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- - • • 
" Joseph L. Ross, furniture 



26 


95 


47 


93 


23 


67 


3 


67 


18 


95 


8 


10 


5 


00 


20 


96 


31 ^2 


21 


41 


6 


00 


2 


38 


44 


40 



NUMBER 19. 

Paid to Sarah W. Holbrook, instruction 300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 2 50 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 17 95 

'• Mrs. Moore, fires and sweeping- • • 23 25 

" Sweat & Boston, carpenter's work- 2 00 

" T. D. Mullrey, lining stove 6 00 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, ?tove work 4 25 



NUxMBER 20. 
Paid to Elizabeth Waldock^ instruction 300 00 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To J.. I. Caldwell, coal 10 00 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 60 58 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 14 62 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- - • • 8 33 

" Elizabeth Waldock, sweeping, &c- - 6 50 
" Elizabeth Baldenhoffer, making fires 

&c 7 00 

" S. F. Wright, books, &c 13 22 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning 4 00 

" Eugene A. Pope, making fires- • - • 17 50 



600 00 



260 77 860 77 



300 00 



55 95 355 95 



300 



Amount carried foncard^ $141 75 300 00 $33,640 99 



nil 


75 


14 


30 


19 


32 


144 


57 


35 


74 


8 


00 


18 


02 


11 


00 


34 


92 


77 


45 


14 


41 


22 


80 


2 


00 


5 


50 


273 


00 


51 


83 


68 


25 



19 

AmouDt hrourjhtfonvaril, $111 75 300 00 $33,G10 99 

To H. G. Simpson, carpenter's work- • 
Thomas M. Lewis, " " . . 

A. ^Y. Folsom, " " • • 

J. H. Holden, plastering 

Thomas Parker, blackboard 

George Curtis, lumber 

John Caruthers, timepiece 

Charles A. Bcal, furniture 

Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace 

work 

Hanson & Hale, furnace lining- • • • 

B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, painting and 
glazing 

F. R. Osgood, glazing 

Thomas Gannon, loam 

Joseph L. Ross, furniture 

I. & H. M. Harmon, mason work- • 

H. R. Taylor, window shades 

942 86 1,242 86 

NUMBER 21. 
Paid to Caroline N. Heath, instruction 300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" C. N. Heath, fires and sweeping- • • 
" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 
" John Bowdlear, repairs on pump- - 

48 00 348 00 

NUMBERS 22 and 23. 

Paid to Mary A. Waldock, instruction 
" Anna M. Eaton, " 

" Anna E. Clark, " 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" Anna M. Eaton, sweeping 

" Mary A. Waldock, fires and do.- - • 

" Anna E. Clark, sweeping • 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid cleaning- - • 
" Thomas M. Lewis, carpenter's work 
" A. W. Folsom, " 

" Nelson Curtis, mason's work 

" Nelson Worthen, brooms, &c. 

" John Champney, brushes, &c. 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 

125 56 771 39 



14 


00 


16 


50 


1 


50 


16 


00 



300 


00 


300 


00 


45 


83 


38 


52 


32 


12 


5 


00 


16 


75 


1 


25 


5 


50 


1 


68 


1 


26 


9 


61 


5 


28 


3 


33 


5 


26 



645 83 



Amount carried forward, $36,003 24 



20 

Amount irouglit forward, $36,003 24 

NUMBERS 24, 25, 26 and 27. 

Paid to Caroline Y. Rice, instruction- • 300 00 

" Mary H. Hicks, " 300 00 

" Sarah C. Duncklee, '' 250 00 

" Asenath Nichols, " 300 00 

" Charlotte C. Simpson, " 45 83 



35 


64 


78 


78 


34 


01 


8 


33 


16 


01 


3 


14 


3 


25 


11 


37 


15 


00 


16 


00 


6 


00 


16 


00 


4 


00 


34 


62 


7 


50 


16 


25 



1.195 83 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal • 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- • • • 
" Thomas M. Lewis, carpenter's work 
" H. G. Simpson, " 

" True Russell, " 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work- - 

" Ephraim Downes, fires 

" Caroline Y. Rice, sweeping, &c.- - • 
" Mrs. Leonard, " • ■ • • 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning 

" T. D. Mullrey, lining furnace 

*' Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace 

■work 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 

" Thomas Gannon, labor -' • 



NUMBERS 28 and 29. 

Paid to Emily W. Fillebrown, instruc- 
tion 300 00 

" Martha H. Horn, instruction- • 300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" Mrs. Leonard, fires and sweeping- • 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning 

" H. G. Simpson, carpenter's work- • 

" Thomas M. Lewis, " 

" Patrick H. Rogers, " 

« J. M. Marston, " 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 

" W. H. H. Young, cleaning vault- - 

NUMBERS 30 and 31. 

Paid to Henrietta M. Wood, instruction 300 00 
" Mary A. Morse, " 300 00 



29 


00 


37 


59 


23 


00 


7 


00 


4 


02 


1 


80 


12 


55 


5 


22 


2 


25 


4 


74 


2 


00 



305 90 1,501 73 



600 00 



129 17 729 17 



600 00 



Amount carried forward, $600 00 $38,234 14 



21 

Amount hrmujlil forward, $G00 00 $38,234 14 

raid for SUNDRIES— 

To J. E. Adams &: Co., coal 

" Daniel Tiil'any, charcoal 

" Chaffee and Cummings, charcoal- • 
" Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and sweeping 
" John Stockman, carpenter's work- • 
" H. G. Simpson, " 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing - • • 



21 


04 


30 


CI 


1 


G7 


3G 


00 


81 


20 


12 


64 


5 


99 



189 15 789 15 



NUMBERS 32 and 33. 

Paid to M. L. Josephine Perry, in- 
struction 300 00 

" Matilda M. Hutchins 300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To J. E. Adams & Co., coal 32 00 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 17 70 

" Bridget Cunniff, fires and sweeping 22 02 

" B. F. & G. H. AViggin, glazing- • • • 1 88 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 6 12 



16 


26 


4 


42 


15 


95 


1 


66 


24 


00 


2 


50 


5 


56 


1 


25 


4 


00 


5 


25 



NUMBERS 35 and 36. 



Paid to Frances N. Brooks, instruction 
" Maria L. Young, " 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal • 

" Mrs. Roskell, sweeping 



300 


00 


300 


00 


20 


54 


58 


40 


26 


83 


10 


00 



600 00 



79 72 679 72 



NUMBER 34. 
Paid to Almira B. Russell, instruction 300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- - • • 

" Mrs. Caswell, fires 

" Johnson & Leavitt, carpenter's work 

" H. G. Simpson, " 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 

" Joseph D. Brown, whitening 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 



80 85 380 85 



600 00 



Amount carried forward, %llb 77 600 00 S40,083 86 



22 

Amount hrought forward, $115 77 600 00 $40,083 86 

To Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires 22 00 

" H. G. Simpson, carpenter's work • • 2 43 

" Joseph D. Brown, whitening 8 50 

" Charles Erskine, glazing 10 50 

" W. & W. K. White, furnace work 3 00 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 2 10 

" Chester M. Gay, plumbing, 1 25 

" Swain & Craft, trees ; 7 50 

" Galen Spare, brooms • 110 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- • • • 9 75 

183 90 783 90 



Paid to Anna E. Boynton, instruction 
" H. B. Scammell, " 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 

' J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

' Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

' Mrs. Gilman, fires and sweeping- • • 
' Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning 
' Johnson & Leavitt, carpenter's work 
' Wilham Barton, " 

' J. M. Marston, « 

' John Gilbert, " 

' I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work 
' B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- - • • 
' Calvin B. Wilkins, 
' Jones, Carpenter & Co., furnace 

work 

' Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace work 
' Henry R. Taylor, window shades- • 



NUMBER 39. 



and 38. 


300 


00 


300 


00 


19 


02 


27 


98 


27 


53 


27 


05 


3 


50 


1 


20 


8 


32 


101 


15 


4 


68 


207 


97 


3 


76 


3 


34 


16 


25 


2 


25 


28 


00 



600 00 



482 00 1,082 00 



Paid to Sarah E. P. Fernald, instruc- 
tion 300 00 

Note. The contingent expenses of this school are 
charged to the " Support of Poor." 

NUMBER 40. 

Paid to Caroline E. Jennison, instruc- 
tion 229 17 

Paid for SUNDRIES^ 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 6 12 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 76 26 

" Daniel Tiifany, charcoal 112 



Amount carried fonvard, $83 50 229 17 $42,249 76 



23 

Amount hrowjhl forward, $83 50 229 17 $42,24!) 76 

To Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- • • • 

" Julia Hurley, sweeping 

" flohnson & Leavitt, carpenter's work 
" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove " 
" William Morse, carpenter's work- • 
" George P^. Mason, " 

" George Curtis, cedar posts 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work 
" John Caruthers, timepiece 



$83 


50 


4 


33 


5 


34 


3 


12 


12 


44 


40 


50 


56 


50 


5 


40 


6 


25 


10 


00 


60 


00 



William H. Wilkins, rent 



Total amount of expenses for ? «;i ^ ooo 91 
Primary Schools, J ' 



CONTINGENCIES. 

Paid for PRINTING, STATIONERY AND BOOKS— 
To Norfolk County Journal Office, 

printing 300 30 

" John Backup, books and stationery 1,021 82 

" S. C. Clark, maps 72 00 

" Phineas Libbey, binding 12 00 

» A. J. Coolidge, books 27 00 

1,433 12 

Paid for SERVICES OF SCHOOL COM- 
MITTEE— 

To Horatio G. Morse, services 100 00 

" Franklin Williams, " 75 00 

" William S. King, " 75 00 

" Jeremiah Plympton, " 75 00 

" John D. McGill, " 75 00 

" William A. Crafts, " 75 00 

" George Putnam, " 75 00 

" Sylvester Bliss, " 75 00 

" Edwin Ray, " 75 00 

" John W. Olmstead, " 75 00 

" Timothy R. Nute, " 85 00 

" Ira Allen, " 75 00 

" Joshua Seaver, " 75 00 

" " as Sec'y, " 100 00 

1,110 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated — 
To Jonas Pierce, Jr., clearing snow and 

getting in coal 145 13 

" Charles H. Guild, carting 4 75 

" George & Co., " 2 00 



287 38 516 bb 



$42,766 31 



Amount carried forward, 15188 2,543 12 $42,766 31 



24 



Amount brought forward, 

To William H. Miller, carting 

' John Somes, '• 

' Arthur Sumner, Jr., " 

' John Bere, " 

' Samuel B. Peirce, " 

' John J. Merrill, horse hire 

' AVilliam J. Mathes, " 

' Swain & Craft, drain pipes, broomsj 

mats, &c. 

' E. VV. Noyes, sundries 

' William N. Felton, care of room, 

(1859) 

' Lakeman & Weld, rent of land- • • • 

' William G. Shattuck, seats 459 65 

' Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 
' John W. Lord, 

' Michael Wrin, lanterns 

' Luke Vila, rent • 

' Henry R. Taylor, window shades- • 
' Joshua Seaver, flags, &c., for ex- 
hibition 

' Square G. Brooks, cleaning clocks 

' John Caruthers, " 

' Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work- • 

' Henry Pratt, repairing locks 

' Francis W. Fuller, hardware, 

Joseph Alvord, tuning piano 

W. & A. Bacon, cloth 

Morrill P. Berry, notifying 

J. Batchelder, cleaning vaults 

Moses Gragg, rent 

Dan. S. Smalley, vocal drill 



151 88 


2,543 12 


$42,766 31 


1 50 






2 25 






12 50 






17 49 






21 63 






18 87 






1 50 






250 74 






111 68 






15 00 






74 76 






459 65 






13 75 






46 78 






2 87 






85 00 






8 00 






56 73 






20 50 






10 00 






11 23 






41 45 






25 61 






9 25 






4 63 






1 00 






30 00 






20 00 






25 00 








1.551 25 


4.094 37 



Total amount of expenses for High, Grammar 

and Primary Schools, wjth contingencies S46,860 68 

Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1860-61 865 12 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, S9,936 92. 



L7,725 80 



BUILDING SCHOOL HOUSES, GEORGE AND FRANCIS 
STREETS. ENLARGING VERNON STREET SCHOOL 
HOUSE, AND LAND FOR GEORGE STREET AND 
COMINS SCHOOL HOUSES. 

APPROPRIATION S10,000 00 

Loans authorized 14,000 00 

Received from Norfolk Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 

for School House burnt 1,500 00 

$25,500 00 



9J, 



EXPENDITUKKS. 

CKOKGK STKKET SCnOOL-HOUSR AND LAND. 

To Will. II. Siiiniier & A. D. Williams, for land- • 4,7;51 00 

" Nelson Curtis, contract 10,087 (13 

" Nelson Curtis, e.xtra work 354 00 

" (Jeorge E. Mason, car[)enter's work 307 97 

" Jones, Carpenter & Co., furnace 514 50 

" Albert Batchelder, labor and superintending- • 240 00 

" Thomas Gannon, grading 1,072 00 

" John R. Howard, gravel 332 00 

" Rowe & Pike, " 115 50 

" Thomas Dolan, stone chips 31 00 

" William H. Boardman, stone 26 G 7 

" Swain & Craft, drain pipe 33 68 

^ " Chester M. Gay, plumbing 5 34 

" John Bowdlear, labor 5 00 

" Charles F. Sleeper, plan 150 00 

" Stephen Smith & Co., seats 446 80 

19,056 09 

FRANCIS STREET SCHOOL-HOUSE. 

To William R. Huston, contract- - • 3,250 00 

" Charles F. Sleeper, plan 50 00 

" Alonzo W. Folsom, superintending 60 00 

3,360 00 

ENLARGEMENT OF VERNON STREET SCHOOL-HOUSE. 

To William R. Huston, contract 1,173 00 

" William R. Huston, extra work 17 74 

" James H. Collins, mason work 10 75 

" Charles F. Sleeper, plan 15 00 

" Alonzo W. Folsom, superintending 40 00 

— 1,256 49 

LAND FOR COJMINS SCHOOL-HOUSE. 

To Thomas Russell, land 1,250 00 

1,250 00 

$24,922 58 
Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $577 42. 



ENLARGEMENT OF THE HIGH SCHOOL-HOUSE. 

Transferred from Contingent Expenses for Schools 6,500 00 

Loan authorized 4,999 03 

Cash received of Rumrill & Stanton, lumber 23 75 

Transferred from Contingent Appro., 1860-61- - • 120 20 

11,642 98 



26 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Rumrill & Stanton, lumber and labor 5,215 82 

Michael Killion, stone work 2,059 56 

Enos Ricker, granite 799 00 

E. F. King & " Co., paint, &c 288 46 

Francis O. Blabon, painting and glazing 364 26 

Thomas Parker, plastering 441 61 

James McMann, slating ; • • • 292 23 

Smith and Jacobs, building stairs- 467 30 

Nelson Curtis, bricks- ■ - 80 50 

Ham & Leighton, bricks 11 50 

J. T. Ellis & Co., lime and sand 85 96 

H. W. Howard, mason work 227 93 

I. & H. M. Harmon, mason work 1207 

Swain & Craft, drain pipe, &c 103 27 

Boston Belting Co., pipe 44 34 

Jones, Carpenter & Co., furnace 442 30 

George H. AVilliams, casting 139 85 

Pay Roll of Labor, labor Ill 00 

James Mellen, raising roof 100 00 

A. W. Newman, blacksmith work 40 20 

J. B. Barnes, plumbing 56 85 

John W. Lord, conductors 36 19 

David Simpson, plan and superintending 200 00 

Balance undrawn February 7, 1861, $22 78. 



11,620 20 



ROXBURY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, 

FOR HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 650 00 

APPROPRIATION 3,000 00 

3,650 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To James Guild, Treasurer 1,650 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $2,000 00. 



EVENING SCHOOL FOR ADULTS. 

Transferred from Contingent Appro, for 1860-61 500 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To James Ritchie, Superintendent 500 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing. 



27 



SUPPORT OF POOR. 

Balance undrawn Fobriiary 1, 1860 1,361 21 

Received of Commonwealth, burials 80 00 

" from cities and towns, for support of 

Paupers 323 0-i 

" from Ezra Young, Superintendent of 

Alms-bouse 200 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appro., 1859-60. . . 100 00 

Loan authorized "• 1,900 00 

APPROPKIATION 6,500 00 



EXPEXDITUEES. 
Paid for SUPPLIES AT THE ALMS-HOUSE— 



To Nelson "Worthen, groceries, &c 

" Meserve & Faunce, flour and groceries ■ 
" Merwin & Co., " 

" G. W. & H. W. Pierce, meat 

" William ^A'hitney, milk 

" Henry Dudley, grain 

" Joseph Houghton, hay 

" Libbey & Dolan, " 

" Ezra Young, supplies 

" "W. & A. Bacon, dry goods 

" H. S. Lawrence & Co., clothing 

" Robert W. Molineux, clothing 

" Joseph B. Young, shoes 

" Frederick Folsom, " 

" Phineas Colburn, " 

" J. L Caldwell, coal 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

" Allen, Putnam & Co., wood 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 

" William F. Dunning, potatoes 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith work 

" J. C. Buchanan, iron bedsteads 

" William G. Shattuck, seats 

" Hiram Carlton, harness 

" William M. Allen, medicine 

" Henry White, " 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason work 

" William Jones, carpenter's work 

" George Curtis, lumber 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 

" John S. Flint, physician 

" E. M. Stodder & Co., ice 2 years 

" Isaac Hatch, window blinds 

" Ham & Leighton, bricks 

" B. F. & G. H. AYiggin, painting 

" Thomas S. Hodge, " 



447 


68 


437 


64 


55 


82 


506 


43 


15 


90 


108 


46 


18 


87 


111 


10 


1,370 


98 


306 


47 


263 


86 


1 


00 


111 


00 


20 


69 


6 


75 


20 


84 


165 


05 


120 


00 


2 


25 


45 


76 


11 


77 


25 


04 


55 


00 


26 


50 


11 


24 


28 


19 


21 


97 


46 


50 


93 


15 


11 


59 


12 


95 


200 


00 


24 


00 


17 


25 


7 


61 


394 


26 


24 


29 



10,464 25 



Amount carried forward, 



5,147 86 



28 



Amount irowjlit forward, 5,147 86 

To George E. Mason, carpenter's -work 275 57 

" Ezra youno:, superintendent 700 00 

" Mary McCarty, labor 104 00 

" Joshua Seaver, Secretary 50 00 



6,277 43 



Paid for SUPPLIES OUT OF THE ALMS-HOUSE 
AND FUEL, 

To J. L Caldwell, coal and wood 137 19 

" Horace Caldwell, coal and wood 313 27 

" Allen Putnam & Co., coal and wood 150 76 

" J. E. Adams & Co., " " 178 17 

" James B. Page, " " 342 33 

" Edward Preston, " " 15 50 

" Joshua Seaver, supplies 232 75 

" Joshua Seaver, agent 300 00 

" Nelson Worthen, supplies 34 33 

" Preston & Clark, " 5 00 

" James Nason, " 10 00 

" S. S. Whittier, board of paupers 12 00 

" Mrs. Tully, " " 11 50 

" Josiah G. Morse, " " 49 00 

" Ira Allen, attendance outside 6 00 

" Charles Worthen, making fires • 11 00 

" W. A. M. Fillebrown, painting sign 1 75 

" J. S. Waterman, coffins 53 50 

" John C. Seaver, burials 167 50 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 5 00 

" George Curtis, excursion • • • 212 12 



Paid to other Cities and Towns and the STATE LUNA- 
TIC HOSPITAL. 

To City of Boston 114 29 

" Town of Needham 33 00 

" Town of Fitchburg 14 00 

" Town of Dedham • • • • 155 97 

" State Aims-House 7 50 

" City of Charlestown 8 00 

" Trueworthy D. Palmer • • 75 00 

" Maurice Morey 50 00 

" State Lunatic Hospital 710 33 



2,248 67 



1,168 09 



Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1860-61 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $350 08. 



9,694 19 
419 98 

10,114 17 



29 



HOUSE OFFAL. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 18G0 'J 7 'J t 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 1850 

and 18G0 ; ■ •_ 500 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 18G0 

and 18C1 1,000 00 

Received of Samuel Cook for offal 738 25 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Miles Sweeney, collecting offal 3G0 00 

•' Stephen Edwards, " 3G0 00 

" JohnNavin, " • 312 00 

" John Carey, _ _" 312 00 

" Ezra Young, superintending 75 00 

» " " hay 38 99 

" Joseph Houghton, hay 36 80 

" Libbey & Dolan, hay 135 00 

" Henry Dudley, grain 116 76 

" Hiram Carlton, harness work 32 08 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith work 52 79 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, S503 87. 



2,335 89 



1,832 02 



HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES AND SIDEWALKS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 554 45 

Received for watering streets 2,167 11 

" " edge stone • 231 17 

" " stone and gravel 393 90 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1859-60 350 00 

APPROPRIATION 22,000 00 

Loans authorized- 41,947 40 

67,644 03 

EXPENDITURES. 

Paid for LABOR— * 

To Moses H. Libbey, Commissioner • • 83 33 

" Holman Page, " 1,216 67 

" Silman Smith, labor 432 00 

" Charles Wood, " 412 13 

" Patrick Surplus, " 366 00 

" Patrick Dillon, " 24 00 

" Robert Bell, » 41100 

" John H. Randall, " 408 00 

" Omar Boynton, " 47 31 

Amount carried fonvard, $3,400 44 



30 



21,884 55 



Amount brought forward, 3,400 44 

To Michael McWeeney, labor 24 00 

" Thomas Cotton, " 390 00 

" Andrew McGettrick, " 21100 

" Michael Kearns, " 6 50 

" Samuel A. Howard, " 363 00 

" Joseph T. Arnold, " 369 43 

" James Minchin, " 10 00 

" Patrick Mullrey, " 2150 

" Henry H. Page, " ••'• 12186 

" Thomas Cassady, " 12 00 

" George P. Messer, " 4 00 

" Luther M. Knox, " 132 07 

" Nehemiah Mack, " 586 47 

" Charles W. Knox, " 55 12 

" Francis Carney, " 4 50 

" William A. Bean, Jr., " 13 50 

" George Doherty, " 12 00 

" Andrew Kilday, " 50 

" Daniel Dolan, " 150 00 

" C. W. Keniston, " 2 00 

" Thomas Gannon, " 191 75 

" Charles D. Bickford, " 34 00 

" James Garrety, " 59 33 

" Pay lloU of labor to sundry persons for services 15,709 58 

Paid for CARTING GRAVEL AND STONE— 

To Thomas Dolan, carting 3,375 84 

" William Clark, " 250 35 

" Thomas Donlan, " 4 80 

" Peter Cordley, " 1 25 

» James Carey, " 914 00 

" George Ramsay, " 399 50 

" James Scanlan, " 51 00 

" Michael Kenney, " 212 88 

" Thomas Nolen, " 1,176 00 

" George Bond, " 284 50 

" Hugh Rorke, " 418 00 

" Roger Drury, " 117 10 

" Edward Keenan, " 36 00 

" John Good, " 82 00 

« Peter Dolan, " 19 00 

" Jeffrey Holland, " 127 00 

" Mark Loughan, « 32 00 

" Peter Carley, " 9 00 

"J.M.Donovan, " 19 80 

" Peter Gallagher, " 26 75 

" Michael Fitzmorris, " 535 50 

" Thomas S. Seaver, " 8 88 

" G. R. & W. H. Matthews, carting 25 

" Michael Follan, " 23 50 

" Patrick Lynch, " 75 50 

Amount carried forward, 8,200 40 $21,884 55 



31 



11,G92 83 



Amount hroiujlit fonvard, 8,200 40 $21,884.05 

To Michael Sweeney, carting 21 50 

" James Graham, " 12G 00 

" William Burns, " 129 50 

" Francis Jones, " 4 75 

" Aaron D. Williams, " 103 85 

" Owen Nawn, " 3,075 33 

" Michael Gray, " 2150 

"John Murray, " 10 00 

Paid for GRAVEL AND STONE CHIPS— 

To Mrs. C. D. Hancock, gravel 241 50 

" George Leonard, Jr., " 116 60 

« William Fineran, " 79 7 06 

" George Curtis, " 1120 

" William S. Leland, " 137 

" Stephen Baker, " 107 76 

" J. M. Donovan, « 98 60 

" John P. Clapp, " 850 00 

" Samuel G. Reed, " 97 11 

" John R. Howard, " 132 52 

" Daniel Harrington, stone chips 182 73 

" Cornelius Donovan, " 277 45 

" Joshua Benson, " 48 42 

" Wilham R. Huston, « 24 48 

*' James Sturgis, " 16 13 

" Michael Hare, " 12 50 

" Howard & Clapp, " 3101 

" Charles H.Blodgett, « 27 00 

Paid for STONE, PAVING, SETTING EDGE AND 
CROSSING STONES— 

To Gore, Rose & Co., paving 3,578 02 

" John McLoughlin, " 9 75 

" Edward McAllister, paving and stone 2,038 33 

" S. C. Thwing, " 31 94 

" William Hart, " » 1,878 86 

" Ham & Leighton, paving stone and brick. .. . 3,682 01 

" Caleb Stowell, edge-stone 13 25 

" William H. Boardman, edge and block stone 4,646 45 

" David P. Hodkins, paving stone 63 83 

" William Clary, " 82 49 

" Martin Dedovick, " 232 04 

" James Nevel, " 460 73 

" Daniel Dwyer, " 230 56 

" Nicholas Sivorick, " 229 16 

" Baldwin & Emerson, stone 58 94 

" John McCarty, paving stone 296 57 

" Michael Killian, stone work 1 74 50 

" Michael Kelly, " 932 74 

Amount carried forioard, 18,640 17 S36,650 82 



3,073 44 



32 



Ainount hrougM forward, 18,640 17 

To Robert Culbert, stone work 979 68 

" Lawrence Watson, " 292 57 

" Richard Johnson, " 87 25 

Paid for BLACK SMITPI, WHEELWRIGHT. 

RENTER'S WORK, LUMBER, POWDER, &c.— 

To Andrew W. Newman, blacksmith's work 
" Patrick Garrity, " 

" William Garrity, " 

" William Brock, " 

" James Aker, " 

" Reuben Weeks, " 

" Richard Weekes, " 

" John A. Scott, " 

" Henry GIvnn, " 

" J. W. Chenery, " , 

" George Mennig, " 

" Simeon Stnbbs, " 

" P. Colman & Brother, " 

" William Adams & Co., iron work 

" M. C. Onderdonk, 

" Butler & Sise, 

" J. C. Pratt, 

" Flavel Moseley, 

" Lothrop & Moseley, 

" James Massey, 

" Jacob L. Nash, wheelwright's work . . • 

" J. D. Pierce, " 

" Ebenezer Chamberlain, " .... 

" Leonard Hall, " 

" Holman Page, carpenter's work 

" Patrick H. Rogers, " 

" William Morse, " 

" Daniel W. Glidden, " 

" Fabins Rose, " 

" Alvin M. Robbins, " 

" William D. Adams, " . 

" John S. Howe, " 

" J. M. Marston, " 

" Samuel S. Chase, " 

" William Curtis, sawing lumber 

" J. T. Ellis & Co., powder and lumber 
" Rockwell & Moseley, powder 



),650 82 



Paid for HAY AND GRAIN— 

To Joseph Houahton, hay and grain. 
" John McElroy, " 

" Ezra Young, " 

" Joseph M. Weld, " 

"■ Samuel Tuttle, " 



simoimi cnrried forward, 



19,999 67 
T. CAR- 


ER, &c 


..— 


208 


39 


11 


10 


9 


51 


136 


01 


206 


21 


111 


27 


12 


14 


5 


07 


15 


46 


27 


57 


9 


03 


8 


41 


5 


51 


16 


50 


44 


22 




66 


13 


64 


121 


76 


244 


12 


1 


75 


13 


00 


6 


00 


43 


76 


72 


00 


626 


52 


138 


50 


127 


42 


30 


67 


55 


18 


101 


08 


26 


48 


3 


95 


144 


04 


124 


80 


8 


60 


729 


29 


417 


12 




9 S7fi lA 


313 


19 


286 


96 


77 


69 


27 


43 


343 


37 


1,048 


64 $60 527 23 



Amnuiil hrouiilil forwani, 1,048 (M SG0,527 23 

To Thomas Tiittlo, hay ami jrrain 183 GG 

" Augustus T. Coleman, freight of liay 57 00 



1,289 39 



Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated — 

To Dura Warren, liorse 285 00 

" Moses II. Libbey, horse and harness 225 00 

" Hiram Carleton, harness work 90 25 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 90 01 

" Charles H. Hudson, "• 22 12 

" Brooks & Darling, " 13 37 

" Alonzo Josselyu, castings, 64 

" A. J. Wilkinson & Co.," hardware 112 

" Underhill & Brother, " 2 09 

" Dodge, Gilbert & Co., iron axles 33 G6 

" George H. Williams, castings 18 72 

" Fulton Iron Foundry 1 16 

" George W. Allan & Co., guide boards 72 00 

" Asa Wyman, labor on " 15 00 

" Bernice Richardson, painting " 83 50 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, » 52 36 

" Thomas S. Hodge, " 18 09 

" Theodore B. Moses, surveying, 50 00 

" Swain & Craft, drain pipe 67 02 

" Stephen Faunce, oil, fluid, &c 42 63 

" Nelson Worthen, " 4 30 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work 50 62 

" Samuel Felton, " 25 00 

" Libbey & Dolan, bricks and hay 35 80 

" William J. Mathes, horse hire 46 00 

" Eben W. Whittemore, brooms 6 72 

" Daniel Cummings & Co., sledge handles 18 05 

" J. W. Gay, " 6 00 

" John W. Lord, iron work 87 

" Amory Jewett, roofing 11 76 

" Aaron R. Gay, stationery 10 35 

" John Backup, " 151 

" Norfolk County Jom-nal, printing 12 00 

" Henry White, liniment 63 

" George S. Smith, pasturing horse 9 50 

" J. I. Caldwell, coal .... 22 89 

" Gera Farnum, surveying 22 50 

" Amasa Pray, spars for derrick 8 00 

" S. E. Chubbuck & Son, iron for derrick 19 90 

" Day Cordage Co., rope for " 68 29 

*' William Saunders, veterinary services 42 00 

" Francis Lovell, blocks 16 63 

" Michael Wrin, water pots 5 25 ■ 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, water pots 2 00 

" Thomas Dolan, watering streets 3,033 50 

4,672 81 

$66,489 43 
Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1860-61 47 02 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $1,107 58. 
4 



$66,536 45 



34 



WIDENING AND CONSTRUCTING STREETS. 

Balance undrawn, February 1, 1860 5,122 07 

Received of E. F. Bronsdon, for sale of building 379 50 

" Stephen Child, land and edge-stone 60 20 

" George H. Williams 500 00 

" Patrick H. Rogers 25 00 

" LOAN authorized 22,095 83 

28,182 60 

EXPENDITURES. 

WIDENING WASHINGTON STREET. 

To Moses Colby, land 300 00 

" Polly Robbins, " 1,477 37 

" Hammond & Russell, " 66 00 

" Theodore Otis, " 102 40 

" Augustus H. Buck, " 68 25 

" John L. Andrew, " 126 75 

" Lucius M. Sargent, " 143 75 

" Paul Willard, (guard'n) " 126 75 

" Brown & Blair, removing building 40 00 

"James Millar, " 192 00 

" William McGinness, stone work 25 18 , 

" Michael Kelley, " 8 00 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work 35 50 

" Elijah R. Wood, labor 138 

V J. M. Marston, carpenter's work 182 44 

" Samuel S. Chase, " 98 20 

" David McClaren, " 57 22 

" True Russell, " 41 34 

" Ellen F. Carroll, damage 35 00 

3,127 53 

WIDENING TREMONT STREET. 

To John H. Griggs, laud, . . . , 1,062 50 

" Sewall, Day & Co., " , 450 00 

" Isaac H. Carey, " 280 00 

" James McGarvey, damage 400 00 

" Hugh McDevitt, " 90 00 

" Michael McGowan, " 40 00 

" Benjamin Wallace, " 36 00 

" Moritz Hofman, " 196 55 

" Anne E. Britton, " 100 00 

" John Stanton, " 10 00 

" Holman Page, carpenter's work 73 50 

" Joseph Batchelder, labor 28 00 

" William R. Huston, referee 5 00 

2,771 55 

WIDENING AVARREN STREET. 

To Mary Ann Buffington, land, &c 192 29 

«♦ Franklin Curtis, " 33 81 



Amount carried forward, 226 10 $5,899 08 



35 



Amount brought fonvard, 
To Ralph Haskins's (heirs,) land . . . 
" George Lewis, " ... 

" Alfred R. Glover, " . . . , 



WIDENING PLYMOUTH STREET. 

To Joseph Nickerson & Co., land and damage 
" Henry B. Brigham, " " 

" Bernard Gavin, " " 

" Jeremiah McCarty, " " 

" Oliver Tenney, " " 

" Thomas C. Norton, " " 

" Maurice Haley, damage 

" Samuel Felton, services 



WIDENING LAMBERT AVENUE, 



To Lewis W. Tappan, land 

" Theodore Otis, land and damage- 
" J. M. Marston, removing building- 
" True Russell, carpenter's work- • - 

" J. P. Robinson, damage 

" Chase Brothers & Co., fence 



WIDENING SUMNER STREET. 



To J. M. Marston, carpenter's work 
" Nathaniel W. Grossman, " 
" George Lewis, paid for " 



226 


10 


161 


47 


171 


00 


103 


00 


5,212 


42 


1,000 


00 


90 


50 


95 


00 


467 


28 


62 


10 


407 


60 


25 


00 


675 


60 


258 


25 


460 


00 


31 


81 


100 


00 


332 


06 


27 


37 


57 


70 


20 


00 



S5,899 08 



661 57 



7,359 90 



1,857 72 



105 07 



WIDENING WATER, (NOW RUGGLES) STREET. 

To Amos J. Dean, land 



1,030 23 



WIDENING WALNUT STREET. 



To Joseph H. Chadwick, land- 
" Amos Binney, " • 



112 44 
50 40 



162 84 



WIDENING AND CONSTRUCTING SHORT STREET, (nOW 
WINSLOW STREET.) 



To Joseph F. Stevens, land 

" Daniel Jackson, land and damage 

" Benjamin F. Bean, damage 

" Mrs. Chester H. Morse, " 

" George Frost, paid for labor 

" Alvin M. Bobbins, labor 

" Amaziah Atwood, paid for carpenter's work- 



,233 


79 


75 


35 


40 


00 


30 


00 


24 


56 


52 


91 


22 


69 



2,479 30 



Amount carried forward , 



),555 71 



Amount hrouglit fonvard, 19,555 71 

CONSTRUCTING NEW STREET FROM HEATH STREET TO 
CENTRE STREET. 

To Hannah Dudley, land and damage 4,453 65 

" Mary H. Waugh, " " 150 08 

" Michael McQueeney, damage 100 00 

" Patrick Boyle, " 10 00 

" Peter Mulvee, " ••■; 1150 

" Thomas Feeley, labor 27 75 

" Thomas Dolan, building street : 2,935 80 



7,688 78 



f27,244 49 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $938 11. 



PARKS AND SQUARES. 

DALE STREET PARK. 

LOANS authorized S70,055 41 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Andrew S. March and others, land 12,254 80 

" Amos Binney and Charles W. Dabney, land 19,118 24 

$31,373 04 

ORCHARD STREET PARK. 

To William H. Sumner and Aaron D. Williams, 

land 13,222 00 

SQUARE NEAR RUGGLES STREET. 

To Tremont Improvement Co., land 18,000 00 

" Roger Drury, fiUing 400 00 

OAKLAND PLACE SQUARE. 

To James Driscoll, grading • • • ■ 204 75 

" William Fineran, gravel 26 00 

230 75 

$63,225 79 
Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $6,829 62. 



LAND, SWETT STRlEET. 

LOAN authorized $6,500 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Robert P. Wiggin, land 2,085 75 

" George A. Simmons, Trustee, land 4,173 07 

$6,258 82 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $241 18. 



37 



SEWERS AND SURVEYING FOR SEWERS. 

Balance undrawn, February 1, 18G0 877 11 

George Lewis, I'or sewers 8'J H 

LOANS authorized 22,<Jo5 00 

|;23,021 22 

EXPENDITURES. 

SEWER, DAVIS STREET. 

To pay roll of labor, for labor 4,313 32 

" Ham & Leighton, cement and bricks, 3,133 3G 

" I. & H. M. ilarmon, mason's work 983 25 

" Eli W. Kowe, bricks 348 12 

" Libbey & Dolan, " 206 50 

" William Fineran, sand 15 40 

" Thomas Dolan, " 3 00 

" William Hart, paving 3 OG 

" Swain & Craft, drain pipe 26 39 

" George Curtis, lumber 494 95 

" J. T. Elhs & Co., " . • • • 14 86 

" William Curtis, sawing lumber 20 31 

" L. D. Davenport, " 6 04 

" Holman Page, carpenter's work 325 00 

» Enoch Cofhn, " 162 09 

« Henry H. Page, " 367 37 

" Artemas F. Cheney, " 38 13 

" William Clark, carting lumber 10 00 

" Michael Kelley, stone work .10 00 

« Charles W. Wood, labor 2137 

" Luther M. Knox, " 85 75 

" William A. Bean, Jr., " 86 71 

" John I. Hastings, " 68 21 

" James P. Ford, " 115 62 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 21 79 

" Brooks & Darling, " • 3 37 

" Charles H. Hudson, " 85 08 

" Richard Weekes, blacksmith's work 7 50 

" M. C. Onderdonk, iron work 14 36 

" George H. Williams, castings 18 46 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work 4 50 

" T. B. Moses, surveying 6 00 

*' Joseph B. Young, rubber boots 21 00 

" Josiah G. Hentz, surveying • • • 5 00 

" James Davenport, crate • 15 00 

" E. B. Scott, pump work 2 00 

" P. D. Allen, copper work 4 17 

" Jacob Caswell, shear poles 4 00 

" Allen Putnam & Co., damage 25 GO 

" Aaron R. Gay, stationery 9 50 

" Owen Nawn, carting 140 00 

" William Burns, " 82 00 

" J. L. Bowen, hay 3 38 

Amount carried fonoard, $11,330 92 



38 



Amount brought fonoard, $11,330 92 

To Nelson Worthen, hogshead 2 00 

" Hunneman & Co., use of engine 72 00 

" Day Cordage Co., rope 9 13 

" D. Cummings & Co., pick handles 5 40 

" Parker, Gannett & Osgood, barrows 11 00 

" Boston Belting Co., hose 9 94 

" H. R. Bishop, ladder 2 30 

" E. Spare, Jr., " -• 2 00 

" Charles A. Morss, sand screen 7 00 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 1237 

SEWER, PLYMOUTH STREET, AND GRADING THE STREET. 

To Owen Nawn, filling 8,156 55 

" George Frost, paid for filling 61 42 

" S. E. Gould, driving piles 312 18 

" Andrew B. Shattuck, " 284 30 

" Michael Kelley, stone work 159 12 

" Thomas Dolan, stone 10 50 

" Pay roll of labor, labor 145 50 

" J. C. Pratt, " 75 00 

" John Dove, " 156 25 

" Asa Wyman, " 300 00 

" John Gilbert, carpenter's work 8 35 

" William Morse, " 29 38 

" George Curtis, lumber 69 09 

SEAVER, FELLOWES STREET. 

To Ebenezer Chamberlain, plank 12 36 

" Joseph Morrill, Jr., paid carpenter's work •• • 28 80 

" William Morse, " • • • 85 50 



11,464 06 



9,767 64 



126 66 



SURVEYING FOR SEWERS. 

To Shed & Edson, surveying 594 04 

" William H. Bradley, " 20 00 

" F. A. Pelby, drawing 106 50 

" Roberts Brothers, binding plans 26 00 

" William L. Dearborn, superintending 407 34 



1,153 88 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $1,408 98. 



$22,512 24 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 2,525 67 

Appropriation, April, 1860 500 00 

Received ofMetropolitan Railroad, removing house 50 00 

APPROPRIATION 12,736 00 



5,811 67 



39 

EXPENDITURES. 

Paid to ENGINEERS— 

To James Munroe, Chief Engineer, 1 year 318 75 

" Gilbert S. May, Assistant " " 80 00 

" Aniory F. Sherman, " " & Sec'y " 95 00 

" Robert Simpson, " " " 80 00 

" John CuUigin " " " 80 00 

Paid to FIREMEN— 

To Officers and Members of Engine No. 1 1,637 50 

" " " " No. 2 1,643 50 

" " » " No. 6 1,643 50 

" " " " No. 7 1,643 50 

" " " of Hook & Ladder Co- 886 50 

" " " of Hose Co., No. 1 581 75 

" Members of Steam Engine 479 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES for the several Companies — 

ENGINE No. 1. 

To J. I. Caldwell, bark 5 00 

" J. E. Adams, coal 22 44 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 65 67 

" Francis Freeman, oil, &c 33 1 7 

" Joseph W. Winslow, oils, &c 8 40 

" James Johnson, ringing bell 25 00 

" John A. Scott, " 18 75 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 116 20 

" Warren Engine Co., No. 1, for springs 80 00 

" John A. Scott, blacksmith work 1357 

" E. A. Hovey, repairs 7 49 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason work 4 00 

" A. L. Litchfield, painting 2 50 

" James McMann, repairing slates 296 

ENGINE No. 2. 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 5 00 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 15 65 

" Josiah P. Hall, ringing bell 12 50 

" Henry Weber, " 12 50 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 14 00 

" Boston Belting Co., hose • • 123 36 

" Joseph W. Winslow, oil 6 40 

" Francis Freeman, oil, &c 20 08 

" Henry L. Orack, rent of room 31 75 

" Joseph W. Sweat, cleaning hose 15 00 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 38 

" Chester M. Gay, plumbing 8 75 

" Michael Wrin, stove work 2 42 

" George E. Mason, carpenter's work 5 51 



653 75 



8,515 25 



405 15 



273 30 



Ainount carried forward, $9,847 45 



40 

Amount hrouglit forward, $9,847 45 

ENGINE No. 6. 

To J. I. Caldwell,fuel 16 30 

" J. E. Adams & Co., fuel 15 88 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 23 83 

" Joseph W. Winslow, grease • 9 55 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs • • • ■ 51 05 

" Benj. M. Williams, blacksmith work 45 25 

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct, water- • •' 15 00 

" L. D. Davenport, repairs 75 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 88 

" Abiel G. Chamberlin, repairs 22 49 

" William H. Rogers, lantern 167 

" Phineas D. Allen, plumbing 15 55 

" Thomas Gavin, cleaning hore 5 00 

" James McMann, repairing slates 189 

" A. L. Litchfield, glazing 75 

" Ivory C. Ham, painting 37 50 

" Patrick Owen, brush 1 25 

" George E. Mason, carpenter's work 2 13 

" William Morse, " " 14 00 

" James J. Farrell, ringing bell 50 00 



ENGINE No. 7. 

To J. I. Caldwell, fuel • 11 93 

" J. E. Adams & Co., fuel 35 24 

" William Seaver, oil, &c 79 53 

" Tremont Engine Co., No. 7, labor and hose- • 10 00 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 31 43 

" Ivory C. Ham, painting engine 88 00 

" Michael Wrin, stone work 35 75 

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct, water 15 00 

" Joseph W. Sweat, repairs • 54 52 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 87 

" J. M. Maston, carpenter's work 2 25 

" Uriah T. Brownell, painting 3 91 

" Phineas Colburn, ringing bell 50 00 

HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. 

To J. I. Caldwell, fuel 5 00 

" J. E. Adams & Co., fuel 17 44 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 26 40 

" E. T. Northend, horse hire 225 00 

" Joshua Anderson, repairs • 41 00 

" Hunneman & Co., " 5 50 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, lantern, &c 14 27 

" Thomas Jennings, labor 4 50 

" L. 1). Davenport, repairs 1 75 

" John A. Scott, blacksmith work 750 

" Benj. W. Williams, " " 18 00 

" John D. Pierce, wheelwright work 10 00 



330 72 



418 43 



376 36 



Amount carried forivard, $10,972 96 



41 



Amount h-ought fonvard, 

HOSE COMPANY No. 1. 

To J. I. Caldwell, fuel 

" J. E. Adams & Co., fuel 

" Joseph W. Winslow, oil 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith work 

" Boston Belting Co., hose 

" E. B. Scott, repairs 

*' Thomas J. Liddell, labor 

" J. M. Marston, oil cask 

" Charles G. Green, repairs 

" Richard Greene, " 

" David C. Spencer and others, extra work- • • • 

" Thomas A. Scott, charcoal 

" Owen Nawn, grading 

STEAM FIRE ENGINE. 

To J. E. Adams & Co., fuel 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 

" Joseph Houghton, hay and grain 

" William Morse, carpenter's work 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith work 

" Boston Belting Co., hose • 

" E. G. Cobb, splicing rope 

" P. D. Allen, plumbing 

" Francis Freeman, oil, &c 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work, &c 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 

" L. D. Davenport, timepiece 

" Michael Wrin, tin cans 

" George K. Saville, labor 

" Mrs. Murphy, washing 

" James Munroe, freight 

Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated- 

To Hunneman & Co., hose 

" Boston Belting Co., " 

" E. A. G. Roulstone, caps 

" William Parkinson, filling reservoirs 

" Thomas Gavin, •' • 

" Henry M. West, " 

" Cloth Printing Co., " 

" Warren Engine Co., " 

" Joseph W. Sweat, clearing snow • • 

" James G. Miller, " 

" Leonard Hall, reservoir covers 

" Alfred H. Lydston, repairs 

" Francis Jones, carting 

" Joseph W. Sweat, " 

Amount earned forward. 



10,972 96 



12 


75 


15 


71 


4 


00 


60 


29 


1 


00 


3 


00 


6 


54 


1 


00 


7 


20 


11 


25 


2 


00 


3G 


00 


2 


00 


16 


12 


57 


87 


9 


75 


56 


61 


73 


38 


10 


91 


8 


00 


2 


00 


40 


88 


18 


54 


34 


98 


14 


64 


14 


00 


2 


00 


10 


50 


2 


03 


16 


60 


447 


15 


72 


15 


74 


80 


12 


00 


22 


00 


22 


00 


12 


00 


10 


00 


23 


25 


35 


25 


55 


00 


6 


58 


21 


75 


37 


77 



178 86 



372 69 



851 70 Sll,524 51 



42 

Amount brought forward, 851 70 $11,524 51 

To John Somes, carting, 50 

" James McGarvey, " 2 50 

" Mathews & Co., " 7 00 

" Charles H. Guild, " 2 00 

" Owen Nawn, " 26 85 

" William Clark, " 24 60 

" William J. Mathes, horse hire 3 00 

" Mason G. Field, " 1575 

" Benj. Franklin, " 13 82 

" E. T. Northend, " 9 50 

" William B. May, expenses of committee 90 50 

" William Morse, steward No. 3, 21 months 175 00 

" Francis Freeman, ringing bell 50 UO 

" Joseph Hastings, " 50 00 

" Aaron D. Williams, rent 50 00 

" Swain & Craft, skins 4 18 

" David McHallum, carpenter's work 5 56 

" John Gilbert, " 5 87 

« Henry Basford, « 6 01 

" William Morse, " 38 12 

" John Bowdlear, taking down flag staff 15 00 

" Henry Glynn, blacksmith work 24 08 

" Benj. M. Williams, " 88 56 

" George Onion, sponge 1 50 

" Day Cordage Co., rope 5 46 

" W. & A. Bacon, cloth 131 

" H. S. Lawrence & Co., rubber coats 15 62 

" McElroy & Frazier, removing building 40 00 

" Francis W. Fuller, jackscrew 3 75 

" Kingsbury & Liddell, labor 4 00 

" Thomas Jennings, " • 2 00 

" E. G. Cobb, " 3 40 

" Conard L. Rosemayer, " 1 00 

" George S. Head, " 1 00 

" Williams & Everett, frames 7 50 

" C. H. Morse, varnishing 7 00 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason work 10 50 

« Charles Stanwood, labor 127 90 

" Henry Pratt, repairs on clocks 19 77 

" John Backup, stationary 9 19 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 13 25 

$1,834 25 

$13,358 76 
Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1860-61 255 69 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $2,197 22. 



$13,614 45 



43 



RESERVOIRS AND HYDRANTS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 300 00 

APPROPRIATION 1,500 00 

Sl,800 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Solomon Sanborn, reservoir 260 00 

" A. J. Robinson, " 300 00 

" Albert Stanwood, hydrants 795 32 

$1,355 32 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $444 68. 



NEW STEAM FIRE ENGINE-HOUSE. 

LOAN authorized 3,500 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1860-61 370 39 

$3,870 39 

EXPENDITURES. 

To James H. Collins, contract 3,400 00 

" " " " extra work 3130 

" William R. Huston, carpenter's work 262 50 

" J. Bradley, iron pipe 38 26 

" John A. Scott, iron work 8 08 

" Theodore B. Moses, labor 1 60 

" Samuel Jones, cleaning 5 50 

" J. S. Tompkins & Son, vane 30 00 

" T. D. MuUrey, soapstone 4 00 

" G. W. Wilson, painting 18 90 

" Uriah T. Brownell, painting 20 25 

" Hartley E. Woodbridge, superintending 50 00 

$3,870 39 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing. 



STEAM FIRE ENGINE, HORSES, &c. 

APPROPRIATION 4,000 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1860-61 571 16 

$4,571 16 



44 



EXPENDITURES. 

To J. M. Stone, for steam fire engine. 3,000 00 

" John A. Scott, hose carriage 22760 

" James Boyd & Son, hose 363 60 

" Hickcoek & Prosser, two horses 525 00 

" J. M. Marston, horse. 150 00 

" Abiel G. Chamberlin, harness work 192 69 

" Samuel Woodward, furniture. 112 37 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing. 



,571 16 



WATCH AND POLICE. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 2,216 22 

Appropriation, April, 1860 1,500 00 

Keceived of P. S. Wheelock, Standing Justice of 

Police Court, for officers' fees. ..... 1,704 64 

" of Benjamin Meriam, fines and fees.. 75 00 
" of Ariel I. Cummings, Clerk, for fines 

and fees 193 30 

" of Hiram A. Campbell, for fines & fees 15 00 

APPROPRIATION 13,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Benjamin Merriam, City Marshal. 900 00 

" Joseph Hubbard, police and watchman 834 00 

" William D. Cook, " " 765 25 

" Hawley Folsom, " " 699 05 

" Hiram A. Campbell, " " 823 50 

" Samuel Mcintosh, " " 797 10 

" Matthew Clark, " " 750 25 

" Jeremiah M. Swett, " " 632 95 

« William E. Hicks, " " 791 00 

« Henry L. Ford " " 245 00 

" Edward F. Mecuen, " " 739 00 

" Elbridge G. Cobb, " ' " 739 00 

" Joseph Parker, " " 748 00 

" Joseph Hastings, " " 750 00 

" Thomas Culligin, " " 748 00 

" James Staniels, " " 750 00 

" Ezeklel Merrill, " " 180 00 

" John I. Hastings, « " 180 00 

" George R. Matthews, " " 763 50 

" Henry Morse, " " 693 00 

" Nehemiah Mack, " " 125 00 

« George H. Bills, " " 683 00 

" Mason G. Field, " " 64 00 

" Moses N. Hubbard, " " 168 00 



3,704 16 



Amount carried forivard, 



14,568 60 



45 



Amount brought forivard, 14,568 GO 

To Sylvester E. Partridge, police and watchman, 279 00 

" Eben T. Hitchcock, " " 480 00 

" James Munroe, " " 52 00 

" Silas Dole, " " 4(5 00 

" James D. Loker, " " 47 00 

" A. L. Litchfield, " " 2 00 

" Joseph H. Lawrence, " " 4 00 

" Thomas P. Hall, " " 8 00 

" Asa Burnham, " " 4 00 

" John C. Sprague, " " 8 00 

" William D. Cook, 2d, " " 56 00 

" Benjamin Meriam, railroad fares 141 98 

" William J. Mathes, carriage hire 168 50 

" Hiram A. Campbell, supplies •. . 49 75 

" Thomas Carroll, burying offal 308 85 

" P. S. Wheelock, witness fees and stationery. . 266 47 

" Aaron R. Gay, " 25 00 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 72 25 

" John Backup, stationery 22 58 

" Solomon Sanborn, whitewashing 7 00 

" Joseph Hubbard, paid for cleaning 6 33 

" Francis Freeman, lanterns 2 94 

" Calvin Bird & Co., stove work 30 14 

" Edward W. Noyes, dusters 1 75 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 2 13 

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks 3 78 

" J. M. Marston, carpenter's work 3 49 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 2 83 

" Henry R. Taylor repairs 3 00 

" W. & A. Bacon, blankets 32 53 

" WiUiam L. Hicks, posting 1 7 25 

" Transferred to Contingent Appro., 1860-61. . 



16,723 15 
26 65 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $1,954 36. 



516,749 80 



POLICE COURT. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 89 41 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1 859-60 600 00 

Received from P. S. Wheelock, Standing Justice 877 37 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Peter S. Wheelock, Standing Justice 1,164 60 

" " " witness fees 1 75 05 

" A. L Cummings, Clerk 20 83 

" Henry R. Taylor, repairs 3 12 



1,566 78 



$1,363 60 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $203 18. 



46 



LAMPS. 



Balance undrawn February ], 1860 2,823 88 

Appropriation, April, 1860 1,000 00 

Received for damage to lamps 1 7 00 

APPROPRIATION 11,000 00 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Roxbury Gas Light, Co., ^as 5,396 21 

" " " lighting 2,422 50 

" " " repairing 

Thomas Simmons, fluid 

Daniel T. Pond, lighting . 

David Howe, " • • • • 

Joseph Parker, " 

James Hanson, " 

Henry L. Ford, " 

Nathan Stone, Jr., glazing 

Thomas S. Hodge, " 

Ivory Skillin, " 

Granville W.Wilson, " 

Uriah T. Brownell, " 

John Dove, lighting and glazing 

Robert W. Molineux, repairs 

Calvin Bird & Co., " 

Fillebrown & Holbrook, " 

Michael Wrin, " 

John W. Lord, lanterns 

Fulton Iron Foundry, posts 

E. L. Lunt, painting 

Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work 

Simeon Stubbs, " 

William P. Sargent, labor 

Swain & Craft, matches, &c 

John Backup, stationery 

Norfolk County Journal, printing 

William N. Felton, measuring fluid 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, S3,462 10. 



STATE TAX. 

APPROPRIATION 3,953 50 

Received from the Town of West Roxbury its 

proportion 1,554 00 



$14,840 88 



562 


67 


795 


44 


238 


97 


241 


70 


176 


98 


134 


93 


95 


25. 


76 


19 


61 


50 


57 


35 


1 


87 




58 


14 


62 


1 


00 


13 


38 


6 


47 


11 


13 


359 


87 


500 


00 


108 


37 


5 


00 


7 


75 


10 


00 


3 


80 


9 


00 


16 


25 


50 


00 




— Sll,378 78 



,507 50 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Moses Tenney, Jr., Treasurer of the Com- 
monwealth $5,507 50 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing. 



47 



COUNTY TAX. 

APPROPRIATION 16,056 00 

Received from Town of West Roxbury its propor- 
tion .' 6,311 12 

$22,367 12 

EXPENDITURES. 

To C. C. Churchilll, Treasurer of the County of 

Norfolk $22,367 12 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing. 



MILITARY SERVICES. 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1860-61 $405 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Roxbury City Guard $405 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing. 



DISCOUNT ON TAXES. 

APPROPRIATION 6,500 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1860-61 347 68 

$6,847 68 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Discount on Taxes paid prior to Oct. 1, 1860, $6,847 6S 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing. 



ABATEMENT OF TAXES. 

APPROPRIATION $2,500 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1860-61 96 88 

. $2,596 88 

EXPENDITURE. 

To Abatement allowed by Assessors $2,596 88 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing. 



48 



CITY DEBT AND INTEREST. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861 • 842 98 

From sales of Munroe Land 830 51 

" " Stony Brook Land 2,075 75 

" " Brook Farm 89180 

" John C. Seaver, Land Zeigler Street 148 50 

" C. C. Churchill, Interest • • 80 00 

APPROPRIATION .' 40,000 00 

LOAN authorized • • • 65,012 04 



$109,881 58 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Institution for Savings, Roxbury, principal 

and interest 53,713 50 

City Treasurer, or order, principal and interest 8,630 00 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, interest- • ■ • 9,440 00 

James Parker (Trustee) " 9,080 00 

Revere Bank, " 7,195 71 

Mary Jones, " 2,240 00 

Sarah Jones, " ... - 2,240 00 

Commissioners Forest Hills Cemetery, interest 1,082 25 

Abigail Seaver, interest 462 00 

George Seaver, *' 132 00 

George W. Seaver, " 66 00 

Samuel Kendall, " 290 00 

Rockland Bank, " 866 33 

Elijah Lewis heirs, " 240 00 

Charles M. Ellis, " ' 720 00 

Elizabeth D. Brigham, " 120 00 

David A. Simmons heirs, interest 660 00 

Joseph W. Dudley, " 60 00 

Catherine Crane, " 60 00 

Charles Humphrey, " 120 00 

Nelson Curtis, " 60 00 

Boston Provident Institution, interest 540 00 

Trustees Comins School Fund " 30 00 

Jeremiah H. AVilkins, " 60 00 

Suffolk Savings Bank, " 1,105 00 

Interest on Park Loan, " 1,325 00 

Stephen Brown & Son, " 67 50 

David W. Williams, thirty-first payment on 

Alms-house land - • 150 00 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $9,126 29, 



$100,755 29 



SALARIES OF CITY OFFICERS 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 1,337 50 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1859-60 100 00 

APPROPRIATION 7,525 00 



,962 50 



49 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Theodore Otis, Mayor 

" Joseph W. Tucker, City Clerk 

" Franklin AVilliams, Clerk of Common Council 
" Joseph W. Dudley, Treasurer and Collector- • 

" William Gaston, City Solicitor 

" William N. Felton, City Messenger 

" Ariel I. Cummings, City Physician 

" Joseph H. Streeter, " 

" Laban S. Beecher, Assessor 

" Joshua Seaver, Assessor and Clerk 

" William Rumrill, Assessor 

" Simeon Litchfield, Assistant Assessor 

" William Seaver, " 

" Sylvester L. Ward, " 

" Daniel W. Glidden, " 

" William Barton, " 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $1,552 08. 



1,500 


00 


1,200 


00 


200 


00 


1,700 


00 


800 


00 


568 


75 


50 


00 


141 


67 


350 


00 


450 


00 


350 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 



,410 42 



GENERAL CONTINGENT EXPENSES AND MISCEL- 
LANEOUS CLAIMS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 932 53 

APPROPRIATION 6,000 00 

Sundry transfers 1,720 19 

Overplus in casting taxes 2,841 00 

Received of George B. Davis, rent 200 00 

" Mercy Newell, " 25 00 

" Sophia Holman, " 115 00 

" William Whitney, " 47 09 

" George Curtis, " of wharf 330 00 

" County of Norfolk, " 75 00 

" Andrew W. Newman, hay scales- • • 121 26 

" Joseph W. Tucker, officers' fees 237 50 

" " " dog licenses 653 00 

" George K. Goodwin, license 10 00 

" Joshua Seaver, error in bill 21 20 

" Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

School Fund 941 36 

" Commonwealth of Massachusetts, pay 

of Militia 442 50 

" Commonwealth of Massachusetts, rent 

of armory 175 00 

" LOANS authorized 10,000 00 

— — — $24,887 63 



$3,094 58 



50 

EXPENDITURES. 

Paid for PRINTING, ADVERTISING, SURVEYING, 
STATIONERY AND BOOKS— 

To Norfolk County Journal, printing 528 77 

" John M. Hewes, printing 869 49 

" John H. Bufford, " 194 50 

" Atlas and Daily Bee, advertising 913 

" Worthington, Flanders Co., " • - 13 00 

" Charles O. Rogers, " • • 6 75 

" Aaron R. Gay, stationery • ■ • • 256 46 

" Phineas Libbey, binding • 3 24 

" Benjamin Bradley, " • • 69 26 

" James T. Bicknell, " 65 63 

" Orus Clark, "plans 12 00 

" Theodore B. Moses, surveying 746 30 

" James Slade, " 50 00 

" William A. Garbett, " 75 40 

" Owen Nawn, paid for " 12 20 

" William L. Dearborn " - • • 117 45 

" A. J. Coolidge, books 5 00 

" Adams, Sampson & Co., directories • 60 00 

Paid for NOTIFYING AND ATTENDING MEET- 
INGS, USE OF ROOMS, DISTRIBUTING EN- 
VELOPES, AND PAY OF WARD OFFICERS— 

To pay of Ward Officers 156 00 

" S. E. Partridge, notifying & attending meetings 51 24 

" Morrill P. Berry, " " " 70 50 

" E. G. Cobb, " " " 23 00 

" Joseph Parker, " » » 18 50 

" Henry L. Ford, " " " 88 50 

" Edward F. Mecuen, " it a 1925 

" A. L. Youler, distributing reports " 6 00 

" Amos Morse, " 9 00 

" Charles F. Sleeper, rent of room 20 00 

" Tremont Baptist Society, rent of room 50 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES NOT OTHERWISE ENUME- 
RATED— 

To Roxbury City Guard, firing salute 275 00 

" " " rent of armory 300 00 

" Thomas CuUigin, ringing bell 4 00 

" Phineas Colburn, " 4 00 

" Joseph Hastings, " 2 00 

« Thomas Powell, " 2 50 

•' Thomas Coan, " 4 00 

« John Culligin, " 2 00 

« James M. Barton, " 2 00 

" Samuel Aspinwall, flag-staff 200 00 

" J. L. Taylor, flag 70 00 

" J. B. Smith, refreshments 170 75 

Amount carried forward, 1,036 25 $3,606 57 



511 99 



51. 



Amount brought forward, 

To Norfolk County Band, music 

" F. W. Ilentz, High School, refreshments • • • 

" Relief Steamboat Co., use of boat 

'* William Gaston, extra services. Solicitor • • • 

" Mihon Young, damages 

" William Sutherland, damages- ■ 

" Asa Patten, " 

" Rufus Wyman, examining titles 

" William I. Bowditch, " 

" Enos Foord, recording 

" Samuel S. Chase, carpenter's work 

" Jewell & Shaw, " 

" True Russell, " 

" Sweat & Boston, " 

" Patrick H. Rogers, " 

" David McClaren, " 

" J. M. Marston, " 

" Henry R. Taylor, book case. Police Court- • 
" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, painting and glazing- 
" Isaac S. Barton, painting Police Court room- 

" John Dove, paid for labor 

" Andrew W. Newman, weighing 

" William L. Hicks, posting bills 

" T. D. Mullrey, stone 

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas • - 

" I. F. Richardson, gas fixtures - - - 

" Bixby & Cole, sounding creek 

" Joseph W. Tucker, paid for carting 

" Henry White, sundries 

" Nelson Worthen, rent 

" E. T. Northend, carriage hire 

" Theodore Otis, paid for " 

" John J. Merrill, " 

" William J. Mathes, " • • • • • 

" Benjamin Franklin, " 

" Luke Jewett, " 

" Town of Dorchester, monuments 

" William Manning, return of deaths 

" John C. Seaver, " " • 

" Joseph Giles, varnishing hearse 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work 

" Joseph W. Dudley, paid cleaning rooms - - • 
" William N. Felton, " 

" Joseph W. Dudley, " _ clerk hire 

" George F. Seaver, copying 

" Joshua Seaver, " 

" John W. Parker, clerk hire 

" Edward Holden, copying 

" Charles K. Dillaway, indexing 

" Thomas Gannon, grading land 

" James Ruth, " 

Amount carried forward, 



1,03G 2^) 


$3,G0G 57 


24 00 




100 00 




75 00 




400 00 




■205 00 




175 00 




400 00 




285 00 




54 00 




83 52 




47 65 




3 50 




1 00 




2 78 




25 00 




8 08 




188 37 




135 00 




23 37 




20 37 




15 00 




37 52 




7 00 




2 00 




5 83 




384 32 




18 15 




12 50 




G 13 




7 59 




100 00 




55 50 




25 00 




39 50 




44 00 




9 00 




18 75 




12 65 




43 80 




33 73 




7 00 




75 




29 00 




13 95 




85 50 




213 00 




27 00 




255 00 




25 00 




200 00 




100 00 




25 00 




5,152 06 


$3,606 57 



52 

Amount brought forward, 5,152 06 $3,606 57 

To Michael Jackson, trimming trees 22 50 

u » u u 13 50 

" Isaac S. Burrell, postage 64 77 

" Norfolk Mutual Insurance Co., insurance 197 50 

" City Mutual Insurance Co., " 26149 

" Franklin Winchester, Harbor Master 112 50 

" Swain & Craft, brooms, &c. 19 16 

" J. I. Caldwell, coal 23 34 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 129 76 

" Daniel TitFany, charcoal 28 11 

" Asa Wyman, collecting 19 87 

" AViUiam D. Cook, " 24 85 

" Henry R. Taylor, shades, &c. 55 75 

" Ham & Leighton, lime and sand 19 17 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., cleaning 13 50 

" L. D. Davenport, lumber 1 50 

" Michael Killian, stone work 48 25 

" Samuel Walker & Co., trees 18 50 

" Mason G. Field, labor 5 00 

" Joseph Batchelder, cleaning vault 8 00 

" William H. Young, " 9 00 

" Moses Gragg, census 225 00 

" Charles Worthen, making fires 3 50 

" George Curtis, lumber 38 63 

" G. H. & W. J. Keep, glazing 3 00 

" Joseph S. Waterman, repairs 24 55 

" William D. Cook, killing dogs 13 50 

" Matthew Clark, " 13 00 

" Jeremiah M. Swett, " 12 00 

" John R. Hall, plan 10 00 

" B. C. Benner, building fence 6 17 

" Stephen Smith & Co., desk 25 00 

" Joseph McDonald, reward 60 00 

" George Onion, medicine 3 87 

" Gideon B. Richmond, labor 50 00 

" Colburn's Express, services 1 40 

" Bay State Telegraph Co., subscription 100 00 

" E. W. Noyes, oil cloth 75 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 66 42 

" Joseph W. Winslow, land rent 12 00 

" James H. Wood, brooms, &c. 5 42 

" Johnson & Leavitt, covering well 3 00 

" Thomas Gavin, watering streets 2 00 

" John Bowdlear, hanging bell 15 00 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 2 80 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, estimates 1 50 

" Brown & Blair, " 40 00 

" Asa B. Cram, labor 26 00 

" Laban S. Beecher and others, referees 40 00 

" William Rumrill, " » 6 00 

" John Webber, witness fees 5 00 

" William Dove, " I 50 



Amount carried forward, 7,065 09 S3, 606 57 



53 

Amount brought forward, 7,065 09 $3,60G 57 

To Melzar Waterman, rent 13 00 

" J. P. Clapp, stone 4 00 

" William JS. Sewall, reward 25 00 

" Laban S. Beeeher, State Valuation 200 00 

" Joshua Seaver, " 200 00 

" William Rumrill, " 200 00 

" Franklin Jones, carting 1 50 

" Ezra Young, paid for labor 4 82 

" Tuttle & Moore, ink 1 lo 

" Henrj/ D. Clary, return of shipping 50 00 

" New England Glass Co., lanterns 17 79 



7,782 30 
$11,388 87 



TRANSFERS— 

To Transfer to Salaries of City Officers 100 00 

" Support of Poor 100 00 

" House Offal 1,500 00 

" New Engine-House 370 39 

" Steam Fire Engine 571 16 

" Evening Schools 500 00 

" High School-House 120 20 

" Pay of Mihtia 405 00 

" Discount on Taxes 347 68 

" Abatement of Taxes 96 88 

" Police Court 600 00 

" Repairs of Highways 350 00 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, S8,437 45. 



5,061 31 
$16,450 18 



APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES, TRANSFERS, &c. 

1860—61. 



Appropriations. 



Appropriated. 



Expended. 



Transfers 



For Public Schools, including 

salaries of Teachers, Fuel, 

and Contingent Expenses 
Building School House and 

land George Street . . 
Building Francis Street School 

House 

Enlarging Vernon St. School 

House 

Land for Corains School House 
Enlarging High School House 
Rosbury Grammar School . 
Evening School .... 
Support of Poor .... 

House Offal 

Highways, Bridges and Side 

walks 

Widening Washington Street 
" Tremont Street . 

" Warren Street . 

" Plymouth Street 

" Lambert Avenue 

" Sumner Street . 

'.' Water Street . 

" Walnut Street . 

Widening & constructing Short 

Street 

Constructing new Street from 

Heath to Centre Street . 
Dale Street Park .... 
Orchard Street Park . . . 
Square near Ruggles Street 
Oakland Place Square . . 
Land, Swett Street . . . 
Sewer, Davis Street . . . 
Sewer and Grading Plymouth 

Street 

Sewer, Fellows Street . . , 
Surveying for Sewers . , , 
Fire Department . . . . , 

Reservoirs , 

New Engine House . . . , 
Steam Fire Engine and Appa- 

ratue , 

Watch and Police 

Police Cotu't 

Lamps 

State Tax 

County Tax 

Military Services 

Discount on Taxes .... 
Abatement of Taxes .... 
City Debt and Interest . . . 
Salaries of City Officers . . 
Contingent Expenses . . . 



)7,662 72 



}■ 25,500 00 



11,642 98 

3,650 00 

500 00 

10,464 25 

2,335 89 

67,644 03 



28,182 60 



- 70,055 41 
6,500 00 

- 23,921 22 



15,811 67 
1,800 00 
3,870 39 

4,571 16 
18,704 16 

1,566 78 
14,840 88 

5,507 50 

22,367 12 

405 00 

6,847 68 

2,596 88 
109,881 58 

8,962 50 
24,887 63 



$46,860 68 

r 

19,056 09 



$865 12 
1 



3,360 00 



i- 



$550,680 03 $492,710 36 $6,675 77 $51,293 90 



1,256 49 
1,250 00] 
11,620 201 
1,650 00 
500 00 
9,694 19 
1,832 02 

66,489 43 
3,127 53 
2,771 55 

661 57 
7,359 90 
1,857 72 

105 07 
1,030 23 

162 84 

2,479 30 



7,688 78 

31,373 04 

13,222 00 

18,400 00 

230 75 

6,258 82 
11,464 06 

9,767 64 
126 66 
1,153 88 
13,358 76 
1,355 32 
3,870 39 

4,571 16 
16,723 15 

1,363 60 
11,378 78 

5,507 50 

22,367 12 

405 00 

6,847 68 

2,596 88 
100,755 29 

7,410 42 
11,388 87 



419 98 



47 02 



255 69 



26 65 



5,061 31 



3,936 92 



577 42 

22 78 
2,000 00 

350 08 
503 87 

1,107 58 



938 11 



6,829 62 
241 18 

1,408 98 



2,197 22 

444 68 



1,954 36 

203 18 

3,462 10 



9,126 29 
1,552 08 
8,439 45 



55 



AMOUNT OF CITY DEBT 



Dates of Notes. 


To whom Payahle. 


Interest. 


When 


Payable. 


Amount. 








per cent 








March 


1, 1860 


Commissioners of t'oresi Hills 














Cemetery, 


6 


On d 


cmand. 


S 1 ,525 00 


Juii. 


1, 1861 
11, 1851 


Rockland Bank, 


6 
6 


April 
Nov. 


1, 1361 
11, 1861 


20,000 00 


JNov. 


David A. Simmons .... 


11,000 00 


Nov. 


24, 1851 
13, 1854 


Nelson (Jurtis 


6 
6 


Nov. 
.March 


24, 1861 
15, 1801 


1 ,0U0 00 


March 


Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


5,000 00 


Aug. 


26, 1854 


Charles Humphrey .... 


6 


Sept. 


1, 1861 


2 000 00 


Feb. 


22, loJojCily Treasurer, or order . . 


6 


Feb. 


22, 1861 


1,000 00 


Oct. 


12, 1835 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


6 


Oct. 


12, 1861 


5,000 00 


Jan. 


1, 18521 Jeremiah H. VVilitins . . . 


6 


Jan. 


1, 1862 


1,000 00 


Jan. 


1, 1852 City Treasurer, or order . . 


6 


Jan. 


1, 1862 


5,000 00 


Jan. 


1, 1852!James Parker, Trustee . . . 


6 


Jan. 


1,1862 


10,000 00 


Feb. 


20, 1852 
20, 1852 


Abitrail Seaver 


6 
6 


Jan. 
Jan. 


1, IS62 
1, 1862 


7,700 00 


Feb. 


Opn'ro-P Spnvfir 


2,200 00 


Feb. 


20, 1852 George W. Seaver .... 


6 


Jan. 


1, 1862 


1,100 00 


April 
Sept. 


30, 1852 Samuel Kendall 


6 


May 
Sept. 


1, 1862 


4,000 00 


1, 1852 Cit3' Treasurer, or order, . . 


6 


1, 1862 


3,000 00 


Nov. 


1, 1852 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


6 


Nov. 


1, 1862 


3,000 00 


Dec. 


1 , 1857, Provident Institution for Savings, 












18, 1853 


Boston, 


6 
5 


Dec. 
Jan. 


1, 1862 
18, 1863 


9,000 00 


Jan. 


Suffolk Savings Bank . . . 


13,000 00 


Sept. 


1, 1855 


City Treasurer, or order . . 


6 


Sept. 


1, 1863 


3,000 00 


JNov. 


1, 1856 


Commonwealth of Massachu- 














setts 


6 


Nov. 


1, 1863 


20,000 00 


Jan. 


1, 1858 City Treasurer, or order, . . 


6 


Jan. 


1, 1863 


3,000 00 


•Auff. 


11, 1858 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


6 


Aug. 


11, 1863 


3,500 00 


Nov. 


1, 1854|City Treasurer, or order . . 


6 


Nov. 


1, 1864 


9,000 00 


Nov. 


17, 1854 
1, 1856 


Cynthia Stillings 


6 
6 


Nov. 
Nov. 


17, 1864 
1, 1864 


1,000 00 


Nov. 


Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


12,000 00 


Jan. 


25, 1855 


City Treasurer, or order . . . 


6 


Jan. 


23, 1863 


1,000 00 


Oct. 


12, 1855 


Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


6 


Oct. 


12, 1865 


11,000 00 


Dec. 


1, 1855 


Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


6 


Dec. 


1, 1865 


5,000 OO 


Nov. 


1, 1856 Ehjah Lewis 


6 


Nov. 


1, 1865 


4,000 00 


Nov. 


1, 1856 Joseph VV. Dudley .... 


6 


Nov. 


1, 1865 


1,000 00 


Nov. 


13^ 1856iCatherine Crane 


6 


Nov. 


18, 1865 


1,000 00 


Nov. 


18, 1856iCitv Treasurer, or order . . . 


6 


Nov. 


18,1865 


1 ,000 00 


Nov. 


25, 1856 


City Treasurer, or order . . 


6 


Nov. 


23, 1865 


2,000 00 


May 


4, 1857 


Elizabeth D. Brigham, . . . 


6 


May 


3, 1863 


2,000 00 


Jan. 


28, 1856 


Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


6 


Jan. 


28, 1866 


4.000 00 


June 


1, 1856 


Institution for Savings, Ftoxbury 


6 


June 


1, 1866 


10.000 00 


July 


26, 1838 


Suffolk Savings Bank . . . 


6 


July 


26, 1866 


13,000 00 


Jan. 


1,1859 


Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


3J 


Jan. 


1, 1869 


11,000 00 


Jan. 


29, 1859 


Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


6 


Jan. 


1, 1869 


4,000 00 


Dec. 


1,1859 


Institution for Savings, Roxbury 


6^ 


Dec. 


1, 1864 


7,000 GO 


April 


13, 1839 


Mary and Sarah Jones . . . 


5i 


April 


13, 1869 


2,000 00 


April 


14, 1859 


City Treasurer, or order 




5^ 


April 


14, 1869 


10,000 00 


May 


5, 1859 


City Treasurer, or order 




3^ 


May 


5, 1869 


20,000 00 


May 


16, 1839 


City Treasurer, or order 




5i 


May 


16, 1869 


12,000 00 


July 


15, 1859 


City Treasurer, or order 




5^ 


July 


13, 1869 


10,000 00 


July 


26, 1839 


City Treasurer, or order 




5| 


July 


26, 1869 


7,000 00 


Oct. 


27, 1839 


City Treasurer, or order 




5h 


Oct. 


27, 1869 


10,000 00 


Nov. 


I, 1859 


City Treasurer, or order 




6| 


Nov. 


1, 1869 


20,000 00 


Dec. 


1, 1839 


Institution for Savings, Rox 


bury 


5i 


Dec. 


1, 1869 


18,000 00 



Amount carried forward, 



g347,025 00 



56 



CITY DEBT — Continued. 



Date of Notes. 



To whom Payable. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 

JVlay 

Feb. 

April 

JNov. 

July 

Aug. 

JNov. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

JNov. 

Jan. 

April 

July 

Aug. 

Oct. 

July 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 



Amount brought forioard, 
1859 fiislilulion for Savings, Roxbury 

1859 City Treasurer, or order, . . 

1860 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

1859 Trustees ofCoinins Fund 

1860 City Treasurer, or order 
1860 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1860 Bearer, 
1860 Bearer, 
1860 Bearer, 
1860 Bearer, 
1861 1 Bearer, 
I860' Bearer, 

1860 Bearer, 

1861 Bearer, 
1860 Bearer, 
1860 Bearer, 
1860 Bearer, 
1860 Bearer, 

1860 Bearer, 

1861 Bearer, 
i860 Bearer, 

1860 Bearer, 
18601 Bearer, 

1861 Commissioners of Forest Hills 

Cemetery 



Interest. 



percent. 
I' 



When Payable. 



Amount. 



Dec. 


21 


1869 


Jan. 


1 


1869, 


Jan. 


14 


1869 


May 


9 


1869 


Feb. 


as 


I860 


April 


14 


1870 


JNov. 




1868 


June 




1870 


Aug. 




1870 


July 


30 


,1870 


Jan. 




1871 


Nov. 




1872 


Nov. 




1872 


Jan. 




187.3 


April 




1875 


June 




1875 


Sept. 




1875 


Sept. 




1B75 


June 




1880 


June 




1880 


Nov. 




1880 


Nov. 




1880 


Nov. 




1880 



On Demand. 



5347,025 00 

12,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

5(10 00 

10,000 00 

3,000 00 

8,000 00 

10,000 00 

12,000 00 

3,500 00 

7,000 00 

4,000 00 

2,600 00 

10,000 00 

18,000 00 

20,000 00 

12,000 00 

8,000 00 

33,000 00 

7,000 00 

61,000 00 

12,000 00 

6,000 00 

1,963 00 
,^613,490 GO 



57 



AMOUNT OF DEBT 

FOR FOREST HILLS CEMETERY. 



Date of Notes. 



To whom Payable. 



Interest. 



When Payable. Amount. 



Oct. 1, 1852 Joel Seaverns 

Oct. 1, 1832 Joel Seaverns 

Oct. 1, 1852 Joel Seaverns 

Dec. 5, 1860 Edmund M. Fowler 

Dee. 5, 1860 Edmund M. Fowler 



per cent. 

6 Oct. 



Oct. 
lOct. 
jDec. 

Dec. 



1859 


g 1,000 00 


I860 


2,000 00 


18GI 


2,U00 00 


1863 


4,000 00 


1864 


3,000 00 




S 12,000 00 



*The Debt of the Cemetery is kept separately from the ordinary City Debt, and 
provision is made for the payment of the same by the proceeds of the sale of lots in the 
grounds, as will be seen by the following section from the Act obtained from the Leg- 
islature : — 

Section 4. "The proceeds of sales of lots or rights of burial in said Cemetery 
shall be paid into the City Treasury, to be kept separate from any other funds of the 
City, and subject to the order of said Commissioners, and such proceeds shall be de- 
voted to the liquidation of the debt incurred in the purchase of the land for said Ceme- 
tery, and to the improvement and embellishment thereof, as aforesaid, under the direc- 
tion of said board of Commissioners. And no other moneys shall be appropriated from 
the City Treasury by the City Council for such improvement and embellishment." 



58 



Dr. Joseph W. Dudley, City Treasurer, in Account Current, from 



1861. 

Feb. 1 



To balance in the Treasury, at last audit 

Cash received of the Commonwealth, for Pauper Account. . . 

'' " of Ezra Young, for sale of produce 

" " of West Roxbury, for board of Paupers 

" " of City of Boston, for support of Paupers 



200 

300 

23 



' Amount raised by Tax 213,138 50 

' Cash received of West Roxbury, for their proportion of State 

and County Tax 7,865 12 



of George B. Davis, for house rent 200 00 

of Mercy Newell, for house rent 25 00 

of Sophia Holman, for rent of house 115 00 

of William Whitney, for rent of house 47 09 

of George Curtis, for rent of wharf. 330 00 

of County of Norfolk, for rent of room 75 00 

of Andrew W. Newman, for income of hay- 
scales 121 26 



of Joseph W. Tucker, for fees received 237 50 

of Joseph W. Tucker, for dog licenses 653 00 

of George K. Goodwin, for license 10 00 

of Peter S. Wheelock, for Police Court fees 877 37 

of Peter S. Wheelock, for fines and witness 

fees 1,704 64 

of A. I. Cummings, for fees 193 30 

of Benjamin Meriam, for fees 75 .00 

of Hiram A. Campbell, for fees 15 00 

for sales of Munroe land 

for sales of Stony Brook land 

for sale of Brook Farm 

of John C. Seaver, for land, Zeigler Street 
of Stephen Childs, for land. Short Street. . 
of C. C. Churchill, for interest 



830 

2,075 

891 

148 

18 



for watering streets 2,167 11 

of Metropolitan Railroad Co., for removing hose 

house 50 00 

of Holman Page and others, for stone and 

gravel 393 90 

of sundry persons, for edge-stone 272 47 

of Rumrill & Stanton, for iron and lumber. ... 23 75 

of sundry persons, for damage to lamps 17 00 

of Patrick H. Rogers 25 00 

of Joshua Seaver, for error in bill 21 20 

of Enos F. Bronsdon, for sale of building 379 50 

of George H. Williams, subscription to new 

street 500 00 

of George Lewis, for sewer 89 11 

of Samuel Cook, for house offal 738 25 

of Commonwealth of Massachusetts, from 

School Fund 941 36 

of Commonwealth of Massachusetts, for pay 

of MiUtia, and rent of armory 617 50 

of Norfolk Fire Insurance Co 1,500 00 



by Loans authorized. 



!,874 12 



603 04 



221,001 62 



913 35 



3,765 81 



4,045 46 



7,736 15 
277,064 71 



$544,004 26 



50 



February 1, 1860, to February 1, 1861, with the City of Hoxbuuy. Cr. 



By cash paid Salaries of Scliool Teaclioi's $31,415 07 

" " Contingent Expenses of Schools 12,757 70 

" " Fuel for Schools 2,t;«7 91 

" " Itoxbury Grammar School 1,(J50 00 

" " Alteration of Vernon Street School-house 1,256 49 

" " Alteration of HiRh School-house 11,620 20 

" " New School-house, Francis Street 3,360 00 

" " New School-house, George Street 19,056 09 

" " Land for Comins School-house 1,250 00 

" " Evening School 500 00 

" " Pay of Firemen 9,169 00 

" " Contingent Expenses of Fire Department 4,189 76 

" " Reservoirs 1.355 32 

" " New Engine-house 3,870 39 

" " Steam Fire Engine 4,571 l6 

" " Support of Poor 

" " House Offal 

'• " Kepairs of Highways, Bridges and Sidewalks 

" " Widening Tremont Street 2,77155 

" " Building Short Street 2,479 30 

" " Widening Washington Street 3,127 53 

" " Widening Warren Street 661 57 

" " Widening Plymouth Street 7.359 90 

" " Building New Heath Street 7;688 78 

. " '' Widening Lambert Avenue 1,867 72 

" " Widening Sumner Street 105 07 

" " Widening Water Street 1,030 23 

" " Widening Wahiut Street 162 84 

" " Lamps 

'• " Watch and Police 16,723 15 

" " Police Court 1,363 60 

" " Salaries of City Officers 

" " City Debt and Interest 

" " Dale Street Park 31,373 04 

" " Orchard Street Park 13,222 00 

" " Tremont Improvement Co 18,400 00 

" " Oaldand Park ,230 75 

" " Wharf lots 

" " Sewer, Plymouth Street 9,767 64 

" " Sewer, Davis Street 11,464 06 

" " Sewer, Fellowes Street 126 66 

" " Surveying for Sewers 1,153 88 

" " Militia 

" '• County Tax 22,367 12 

" " State Tax 5,507 50 

" " Discount on Taxes 6,847 68 

" " Abatement of Taxes 2,596 88 

" " Contingent Expenses 

By Balance in the Treasury 



$85,553 46 



23,155 63 
9,694 19 
1,832 02 

66,489 43 



27.244 49 
li;378 78 



18,086 75 

7,410 42 

100.755 29 



63,225 79 
6,258 82 



22,512 24 
405 00 



27,874 62 



9.444 56 
11,388 87 



492,710 36 
51,293 90 



$544,004 26 



JOSEPH W. DUDLEY, City Treasurer. 



Roxbury, March 11, 1861. 



City of Eoxbury, March 11, 1861. 

The undersigned, Joint Standing Committee on Accounts, in pursuance of 
the provisions of the eighth section of the Ordinance entitled " An Ordinance 
establishing a system of Accountability in the Expenditures of the City," requiring 
them to audit the Account of the City Treasurer at the close of each municipal 
year, and as much oftener as they may deem expedient, hereby certify that we 
have examined and audited the within Account of Joseph "W. Dudley, City 
Treasurer, and find the same correctly cast, and all payments and expenditures 
therein charged against the City, are sustained by the necessary vouchers. 

We find that there has been received into the Treasury, at sundry times within 
the year ending Januaiy 31, 1861, the sum o? five hundred fifteen thousand one 
hundred thirty and 14-100 dollars, which, with the balance on hand January 31, 
1860, of twenty-eight thousand eight hundred seventyfiour and 12-100 dollars, makes 
a total receipt of the year oi five hundred forty-four thousand four and 2^-100 dol- 
lars ; and that there has been paid out from the Treasury during the same period, 
the sum of four hundred ninety-two thousand seven hundred ten and 36-100 dollars, 
leaving a balance in the Treasury January 31, 1861, oi fifty-one thousand tivo hun- 
dred ninety-three and 90-100 dollars. 



SAMUEL LITTLE, 
SAMUEL C. COBB, 
JAMES T. BUSWELL, 
CHARLES D. SWAIN, 
MOSES H. DAY, 



Committee 

on 
Accounts. 



Ik Common Council, March 18, 1861. 

Read and accepted, and sent up for concurrence. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, OerJc. 

In Board op Aldermen, March 18, 1861. 
Concurred. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Gerk. 



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City op Eoxbury, March 11, 1861. 

The undersigned, Joint Standing Committee on Accounts, in pursuance of 
the provisions of the eighth section of the Ordinance entitled " An Ordinance 
establishing a sj^stem of accountability in the Expenditui*es of the City," requir- 
ing them to audit the account of the City Treasurer at tire close of each municipal 
year, and as much oftener as they may deem expedient, hereby certify that we have 
examined and audited the within account of Joseph W. Dudley, City Treasu- 
rer, in account with the Commissioners of Forest Hills Cemetery, and find the 
same coiTectly cast, and all payments and expenditures therein charged against 
the Commissioners, are sustained by the necessary vouchers. 

We find that there has been received into the Treasury on account of the Ceme- 
tery at sundry times within the year ending January 31, 1861, the sum of thirty- 
thousand eight hundred ninety-five and 65-100 dollars, which, with the balance on 
hand, January 31, 1860, of twelve hundred thirty-eight and 41-100 dollars, makes a 
total receipt of the year of thirty-two thousand one hundred thirty-fi)ur and 6-100 
dollars ; and there has been paid from the Treasury during the same period, on 
the order of the Commissioners, the sum of tioenty-nine thousand fijur hundred nine- 
teen and 50-100 dollars, leaving a balance in the Treasury, January 31, 1861, of 
twenty-seven hundred fourteen and 56-100 dollars. 

SAMUEL LITTLE, 
SAMUEL C. COBB, Committee 

JAMES T. BUSWELL, J- on 

CHARLES D. SWAIN, Accounts. 

MOSES H. DAY, 



In Common Council, March 18, 1861. 
Eead and accepted, and sent up for concuiTence. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk. 

In Board of Aldermen, March 18, 1861. 
Concurred. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 



63 



REAL ESTATE OWNED BY THE CITY. 



512,000 00 

32,000 00 
3,000 00 

15,000 00 
2,500 00 

14,2G3 70 
7,000 00 
6,258 82 

12,000 00 



14,487 feet, 24,000 00 



31,000 00 
19,000 00 



4,000 00 



The City Hall, (of brick,) buildings adjacent and land 
The Alms-house, (of brick,) barn and land, about 11 acres 
The Dwelling-house, (of wood,) Highland Street 

The City Wharf at Point, 21,471 feet, 

Dwelling-house, (of wood,) and land on Washington Street 
Land, corner of Washington and Heath Streets, about 8J acres 

Stony Brook Lands, 27,702 feet 

Land, Swell Street, 20,996 feet, 

Land on Winthrop Street, 28,341 feet, and Brick School-House 

High School-house, (of stone,) and land, Kenilworth Street 

Dudley School-house, (of brick,) and land Bartlett Street . 

Washington School-house, (of brick,) and 18,900 feet of land, Washington 

Street 14,000 00 

Dearborn School-house, (of brick,) and 24,500 feet of land, near Davis St. 30,000 00 
Comins School-house, (of brick,) and 23,750 feet of land, Gore Avenue . 
School-house, (of brick,) and 18,936 feet of land, George Street, 
School-house, (of wood,) and 5000 feet of land, Yeoman Street, JNos. 1, 2, 

3 and 4 

School-house, (of wood,) and 6396 feet of land, Eustis and Sumner Sts., 

Nos. 5, 6, 7 & 8, 7,000 00 

School-house, (of wood,) and 7593 feet of land, Vernon Street, Nos. 9, 10 

and Intermediate 6,000 00 

School-house, (of wood,) and 15,000 ft. land, Sudbury St., Nos. 11,12, 13 & 14, 10,000 00 
School-house, (of wood,) and 9850 feetof land, Avon Place, Nos. ISand 16, 3,500 00 

School-house, (of wood,) Mill Dam, No. 17 ; 

School-house, (of wood,) and 4,000 ft. land. Orange Street, Nos. 18 and 19, 
School-house, (of wood,) and 7,200 ft. land. Smith Street, Nos. 20 and 21, 
School-house, (of brick,) and 10,200 feet of land, Francis Street, No. 22 

and Grammar School 

School-house, (of wood,) and land. Centre Street, Nos. 23 and 24 
School-house, (of wood,) and 11,600 ft. land, Heatli Street, No. 25, . 
School-house, (of wood,) and 6720 feet of land, Edinboro' Street, Nos. 26 

and 27 • 

School-house, (of wood,) and 11,825 feet of land, Munroe Street, No. 28, . 
School-house, (of wood,) and 9,512 feet of land. Elm Street, Nos. 29 and 30, 

School-house, and 13,779 feet of land. Heath Place 

Engine-house, (of brick,) No. 1, and land, corner Warren and Dudley Sts. 
Engine-house, (of brick,) No. 2, and land, Centre Street .... 
Engine-house, (of brick,) No. 6, and land, Eustis Street .... 
Engine-house, (of wood,) No. 7, on lease land, Ruggles Street 
Land of C. M. Ellis, Shawmut Avenue, 134,671 feel, .... 

Forest Hills Cemetery, (situated in West Roxbury,) about 104 acres— not 

valued 

Cemetery on Eustis Street — not valued 

Cemetery on Warren Street — not valued 

^315,246 91 



600 00 


2,600 00 


3,000 00 


4,000 00 


2,000 00 


4,800 00 


3,500 00 


4,000 00 


3,500 00 


10,000 00 


6,000 00 


3,500 00 


2,500 00 


600 00 


12,124 39 



64 



PERSONAL PROPERTY 

BELONGING TO THE CITY.* 



Furniture in City Hall, 

" Mayor and Aldermen's 

Room, 

" Common Council Room, 

t " Police Court Room, 

" City Marshal's Office, 

In charge of the Chief Engineer — 

1 Steam Fire Engine, 
1 Hose Carriage, 
3 Horses, 
5 Fire Engines, 
1 Hook and Ladder Carriage, 
7 Hose Carriages, 
5,600 Feet of Leading Hose, 
170 Feet of Suction Hose, 
15 Ladders, 



Furniture in City Clerk's Office, 
" City Treasurer's Office, 

" Watch-house, 

" Engine-houses, Hook and 

Ladder and Hose Co. 
" School-houses. 



4 Hooks, 

4 Crotch Poles, 

3 Rakes, 

6 Forks, 
40 Buckets, 
17 Axes, 
42 Reservoirs, 
27 Hydrants. 



In charge of the Superintendent of the Alms-house 
Stock and Uteiisils at Alms-house. 
3 Horses, 
3 Cows, 
3 Horse Wagons, with Harness, 



1 Horse Cart, with Harness, 
Ploughs, Harrows, and other 

Farming Tools. 



In charge of the Commissioner of Streets — 

10 Horses, 
9 Carts, 

9 Cart Harnesses, 
4 Chain Harnesses, 



Hay Cutters, 

Lot of Picks, Shovels, Hoes, 
Hammers, Drilling Tools, &c. 



In charge of the Undertaker — 2 Hearses. 

In charge of Weigher of Hay — 1 Scale. 

In charge of Lamp-lighters — 
448 Gas Lamps, 
129 Fluid Lamps. 



* The value of the Personal Property was not ascertained by the Committee on Public 
Property. 



E E P Pt T 

ON 

BIRTHS, MARPiIAGES AND DEATHS, 

I860. 



To the Honorable Mayor and City Council : 

Gentlemen — The following tabular statement in relation to 
the Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths in the Citj of 
Roxbury for the year 1860, is respectfully submitted. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Registrar. 

Table 'Ho. 1. 

BIRTHS REGISTERED IN THE CITY OF KOXBURY, 1860. 

Males • 466 

Females • 416 

Total 882 

Both parents native born 215 

Both parents foreigners 587 

One parent native born ? • • 80 

Total 882 

Born in each month as follows : — 
January, February, March, April, May, June, 

64 54 58 59 73 52 

July, August, September, October, November, December, 
68 88 86 74 102 104 

MARRIAGES REGISTERED IN THE CITY OF ROXBURY IN THE YEAR 1860. 

American parents both 61 

Foreign parents both 154 

American one — foreign one 33 

Total 248 

Married in each month of the year : — 
January, February, March, April, May, June, 

27 20 8 17 26 23 

July, August, September, October, November, December, 
17 22 16 25 37 10 

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MORTUARY STATISTICS. 
TTable 'No. S. 

Diseases and Causes of Death in Roxbury in 1860. 



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61 



In Board of Aldekmen, April 15, 1861. 

Referred to the Committee on Accounts, with instruction to cause the same to 
be printed with the repoi'ts of Receipts and Expenditures. 
Sent down for concurrence. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 



Concurred. 



In Common Council, April 22, 1861. 
JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk. 



REPORT 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 



City of Roxbury, Feb. 27, 1861. 

To the Overseers of the Poor of the City of Roxhury : 

I transmit herewith the Report of the Superintendent of the 
Alms-house, the Report of the Agent of the Overseers of the 
Poor, and the |Report of the Physician to the Alms-house, and 
recommend that the same be printed with the Annual Report of 
the Receipts and Expenditures of the City. 

WILLIAM GASTON, 

Chairman of the Overseers of the Poor, 



In Boaed of Overseers of the Poor, Feb. 27, 1861. 
Accepted. 

JOSHUA SEAVEE, Secretary. 



68 



KEPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE 
ALMS-HOUSE. 

RoxBURY Alms-house, Jan. 28, 1861. 

To the Overseers of the Poor of tfie City of Roxhury : 

Gentlemen — The undersigned submits the following Report 
for the year past, ending this daj, relating to the inmates and 
condition of the Alms-house. 

The number of inmates in the House, February 1, 

1860, 27 

Admitted having settlement in this City, . . 21 

— 48 
Discharged and absconded, . . . .24 
Died, 3 

27 
Present number belonging, . . . .21 

— 48 

Admitted State paupers unable to be removed to State Alms- 
house, and attended by the house Physician until removed or 
discharged. 

Admitted for food and lodging, . . . 296 

Sent to State Alms-house, .... 87 

In January, 1860, in conformity to an Ordinance of the City 
relating to Truant Children, suitable accommodations were provided 
in the house for the reception, care and school instruction for all 
those who were committed by the Police Court, for violations 
thereof. 

Whole number admitted, ..... 26 

Discharged at expiration of sentence, ... 6 
Discharged by order of Court, .... 3 
Present number in school, . . . . .17 

— 26 

The whole expense for fitting up the house, including fixtures 
for school-room, bedding, furniture, &c., was paid in the financial 
year, 1859-60, 



Board of boys for one year, at $2 per week, . $1,959 87 

Clothing, shoes, &c., furnished boys, . . 408 95 
Amount paid Superintendent for care of boys 

one year, 200 00 

Amount paid Teacher of school, , , . 300 00 



$2,868 82 

The amount paid Superintendent and salary paid Teacher was 
paid from another appropriation, and not charged in appropriation 
for Poor and Alms-house, but was added to show the whole ex- 
pense of the Truant School. 

The whole expense for the support of Alms- 
house Establishment, .... $5,062 48 

Deduct expense of Truant Schools, charged in 

Poor Account, 2,368 82. 



$2,693 66 

The City have belonging to the Alms-house, one horse, three 
cows, six hogs, three wagons, one horse cart, one sleigh, three 
harnesses, and farming utensils necessary to carry on and culti- 
vate the land belonging to the establishment ; also, two horses, 
two wagons and harnesses used for the collection of house oflfal, 
neither of which belong to the Alms-house property, and the ex- 
pense for keeping is charged to another appropriation. With the 
exception of potatoes, there has been raised sufficient vegetables 
on the place for the use of the house the present year. There 
were 2,300 lbs. of pork raised and killed on the place during the 
year. The house and out-buildings are in good condition ; having 
been painted and thoroughly repaired the past year, little ex- 
pense will be necessary for the present or coming year for repairs. 
The house is heated by steam, which is also used for washing pur- 
poses. The house is furnished with sufficient furniture, beds 
and bedding for all of the occupants. The health of the in- 
mates, many of them, the past year, has been feeble, requiring 
much attention from the Physician, and constant nursing, many of 
whom must, necessarily, from their infirmities and age, continue 
so through life. 

The Physician, Dr. Flint, has been attentive, and discharged 
his professional duties in a highly satisfactory manner to all those 
intrusted to his care, and we cheerfully recommend him to the 
kind consideration of the present Board of Overseers. For fur- 
ther particulars relating to the Medical Department, you are re- 
ferred to the Physician's Report. 



70 

In conclusion, we say the general deportment of most of the 
inmates during the year has been good, and that many of them 
exhibit sufficient evidence of having been in much better circum- 
stances, and are here only from accidental causes entirely beyond 
their control, and are not insensible to the many favors they have 
received from the Overseers, in trying to make them comfortable 
and happy, while from necessity they are obliged to accept the 
hospitalities of the City Alms-house. 

I remain. Gentlemen, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Ezra Young, 
Superintendent of Alms-house. 



REPORT OF THE AGENT OF THE OVERSEERS 
OF THE POOR. 

Boston, Jan. 28, 1861. 

To the Overseers of the Poor for the City of Roxhury : 

Gentlemen — I herewith transmit to you the yearly account of 
my doings as the " Agent for the Overseers of the Poor" for the 
year commencing with the 1st of February, 1860. The report 
details the proceedings only for the five months in which I remain 
confined to the office, viz. : — February, March, November, De- 
cember and January. The entire number of famihes aided with 
fuel only, during said time, were 432 ; whole number comprising 
said families, 



, 1,583. 




y months as follows, viz. : — 




Months. Families. 


Whole NumlDer. 


February, 110 


384 


March, 33 


130 


November, 15 


56 


December, 121 


432 


January, (1861,) 153 


581 



432 1,583 



71 



Divided by "Wards as follows, viz). :-^— 

AViirJs. I'luiiilion. Whole Nuiiiljcr; 

1 107 340 

2 74 283 

3 230 891 

4 12 * 43 

5 9 26 



432 1,583 

The expense for* fuel on each order is $2.75,- costing 
|1,225.50_. 

In addition to fuel furnished, I have, in some instances, fur- 
nished other supplies, in the whole about $100. The Roxbury 
Charitable Society, whose agent has an office in the same room 
with me, has also aided the above applicants to quite a large 
amount, in provisions, clothing, shoes and other supplies. 

None of the applicants enumerated above have any settlement 
in this City or State, and are, consequently, a proper State charge. 
The whole number sent to the State Alms-house during the year 
from this City is 87. 

For the seven months, which are the Spring, Summer and early 
Fall months, but little was given, except to relieve in urgent eases, 
the particular expense of which I have not placed here. 

In addition to the above expenditure, I have, under the direc- 
tion and approval of the Overseer for the Ward in which the ap- 
plicant resided, furnished fuel and other necessaries to persons in 
destitute circumstances, having a legal settlement here, to an 
amount in all, less than $100 — the above does not include the 
amounts voted expressly by the Board. The present winter has 
been unusually severe for all classes of laborers, and the ap- 
plications for aid more than usual, although there is a certain class 
who are annual applicants, and would be so if business was ever 
so prosperous for labor. As a rule established by the Board, I 
refuse aid where the head of a family is an able-bodied man, and 
all in good health. Nearly all the cases where aid has been 
granted, are laboring women with children. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joshua Sbaver, Agent. 



72 



REPORT OF THE PHYSICIAN TO THE ALMS- 
HOUSE. 

RoxBURY, Jan. 28, 1861. 

To the Overseers of the Poor of the City of Roxhwy : 

Gentlemen — The record of the sanitary condition of the 
Alms-house for the past year does not vary essentially from the 
reports of many preceding years. The number of inmates has 
been much greater than at any period since the removal from 
Brook Farm. In general, the health of these people (exclusive 
now of the Truant Children) has been much the same as hitherto 
reported, as good perhaps as could reasonably be expected, in re- 
membrance of the fact, that many are confirmed invahds, with 
constitutions ruined by past excesses, and that nearly all are sub- 
jects of some infirmity, bodily or mental. 

The oldest person in the house has nearly attained the age of 
ninety, and though bed-ridden, and at times a sufferer, is yet for 
the most part cheerful, and has often expressed to me her grate- 
ful thanks for the many comforts afforded her, and the readiness 
with which her every want even was anticipated. The youngest 
inmate is a child of only seven years, who, born in the Alms-house 
and abandoned by parents, has never yet known other home 
than this. 

Of the exact number of cases treated, no record has been kept, 
but it is safe to assert that nearly all of the inmates have at some 
time during the year been under medical treatment. Among 
them have been five afiected with paralysis ; one with an ulcer of 
three years' duration ; two cases have been admitted of severe 
burn, one of which, at my suggestion, was transferred to the Hos- 
pital in Boston ; four of variolous disease, one a fatal case ; and 
one each of pulmonary hemorrhage of syphilis. Two insane per- 
sons were admitted, but were soon removed to an Insane Asylum. 
One young man, a State pauper, suffering from an attack of acute 
rheumatism, was attended at his place of residence till convales- 
cence was sufiiciently established to allow of his removal to 
Bridgewater. Three deaths have occured in the house and one 
birth. 

The Truant Children confined here by order of Court, of whom 
there were seven at the commencement of my term of service, 
have increased during the year to the number of twenty-five. 
No case of sickness has occurred among them, but a few have 
been troubled with cutaneous disease, which readily yielded to 



7;'. 

treatment, and several have been vaccinated who never had been 
before. 

One little fellow is now under treatment with fracture of the 
arm, near to the wrist, caused by the rudeness of an older and 
most vicious companion. 

Every needed provision for cleanliness is furnished them, and 
vigilant care used that this important element to health be not 
neglected. Many of these little ones, deprived of their liberty 
and confined within this establishment, I doubt not find here a 
happier home than has ever fallen to their lot outside its walls. 
One, indeed, when informed that he could shortly be released, 
seemed dejected, and in reply to my inquiry whether he would 
prefer to remain, or be again subjected to parental care, unhesi- 
tatingly made choice of the former. 

The house is, in all respects, well adapted to the purposes of its 
construction, creditable alike to the community which provides 
for its maintenance, and to the Board of Supervisors who control 
its management. 

The rooms and halls are capacious, well warmed by steam, and 
at all times to be found in a state of the most perfect cleanliness. 
The repairs made upon it the past season have not only added to 
its comfort internally, but have hkewise improved its outward 
aspect. The Pest-house, so called, for the reception of conta- 
gious disease, having been thoroughly repaired and cleansed, is 
now in fit state for occupancy. 

In concluding this brief report, I should be negligent indeed, 
did I fail to bear testimony to the efficiency and unvarying kind- 
ness of the Superintendent and his wife in the discharge of their 
duties, Avhich, at times, as I well know, have been not a httle an- 
noying, and to record my belief that to worthier or more faithful 
hands could not be entrusted the care of the house and the wel- 
fare of its inmates. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. S. Flint, 

Physician to the Alms-house. 



REPORT 



CHIEF ENGINEER OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



To the Honorable Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council : 

Gentlemen, — Since my last Annual Report, a vital change 
has been commenced in our method of extinguishing fires. 
Agreeably to a petition from many prominent citizens, it was de- 
cided early in the season to purchase a Steam Fire Engine. The 
City Government accordingly contracted with J. M. Stone of 
Manchester, N. H., who gave ample evidence of his ability to 
furnish such a machine as would be desirable. The machine was 
completed and brought to the City. After a full and satisfactory 
trial, it was accepted by the City Government. We also built, 
in the most substantial and thorough manner, a hose carriage, to 
be drawn by horse, capable of carrying 800 feet of hose. This 
was also accepted by the City. While these machines were being 
constructed, a convenient and suitable house was erected, to con-^ 
tain the Steam Fire Engine, hose carriage, and a stable for three 
horses used in drawing them. An Ordinance has been passed 
regulating the Steam Fire Engine, defining its ofiicers and their 
duties, and under it competent and faithful men have been se- 
lected as Engineer, Firemen, Drivers, &c. We feel sure in say- 
ing that the whole establishment, for perfection, convenience and 
completeness, cannot be surpassed by any similar one in the State. 

In order to still further complete the efficiency of the Steamer, 
I would recommend that there be purchased for its use, one thou- 



75 

sand feet of rubber hose, manufactured by the Rubber Belting 
Company in this City. It has long been used in other cities on 
Steam Fire Engines with great success, and, from the trial we 
have given it, we are satisfied it is cheaper, full as durable, and 
kept in order with far less trouble than leather hose. 

It seemed to be no longer necessary that the former number of 
Hand Engines should be kept in active service ; accordingly the 
Company attached to Engine No. 2 was honorably discharged, 
some of their members having attached themselves to the Steamer 
and Hose Company. The engine will be hereafter used as a 
relief engine. 

A petition has been presented from residents of Phillips Street 
and vicinity, praying that Engine No. 2 may be stationed in that 
vicinity. We should deem it wiser for the City not to incur the 
expense of erecting a house and equipping a company in that or 
any other vicinity at the present time. But we earnestly would 
urge upon the City Government the importance of constructing 
additional Reservoirs. Last year but one was built, and a much 
larger number should be built the present year. Our Steamer 
can pass as much water as two Hand Engines, if a supply of 
water can be had. Without Reservoirs in many parts of the 
City, a fire may break out, and the whole department be com- 
pelled to look on utterly powerless to prevent it. 

We have now but three Hand Engines with Companies, a Hook 
and Ladder and Hose Company. They are all in a satisfactory 
condition. Whenever called to duty they have promptly re- 
sponded. But a single case of insubordination or disobedience 
has been reported during the year. We further beheve that as 
we get used to the operations of steam in the extinguishment of 
fires, just so fast will the fire spirit be driven out of the minds of 
our young men ; that foolish rivalry, which has so severely taxed 
their energies, will disappear, and all will wonder that calamities 
so serious as that of fire ever were a source of pleasure and 
recreation to anybody. 

The house of Engine No. 7 is in a rather dilapidated condition, 
and the house of the Hose Company is unsuitable. Should a new 
house be built for No. 7, it would be well, I think, to have it 



76 



large enough to contain the Hose Company also, if a convenient 
location can be obtained. 

I am happy in being able to state that the number of fires, 
alarms, &c., Avere less than last year, and the loss, while being a 
trifle greater, has been fully covered by insurance. No organ- 
ized band of incendiaries have- carried on their diabolical "work. 
We have reason to be thankful that we have been thus spared 
from disastrous conflagrations by accident or design. 

The accompanying documents give a full report of the members 
of the department, the . condition of the engines and apparatus, 
list of hydrants and reservoirs, and the general condition of the 
department. 

I cannot close without expressing the deep sense of obligation I 
feel toward the Assistant Engineers of the Board for their cheer- 
ful cooperation in the affairs of the year. A spirit of union and 
harmony has pervaded all their actions, and their faithful labors 
deserve the approval of the public. Accept my thanks for your 
long continued confidence and support. 

65 



Whole number of alarms the past year, 


. 


Actual fires, .... 


40 


False alarms, .... 


2 


Alarms out of the City, 


14 


Burning chimneys, . . 


4 


Bursting of fluid lamps. 


2 


Other causes, .... 


3 



— 65 
Total amount of loss, $22,973 ; Insurance, $28,600. 

Number of alarms the previous year, 73. Loss, $18,446 
Insurance, $29,570. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JAMES MUNROE, Chief Engineer. 



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RESERVOIRS, 

AND OTHER SOURCES OF OBTAINING WATER. 



No. 


Location. 


No. of 
Gallons. 


Condition. 


1 


Eliot Square ....... 


25,000 


Good. 


2 


Warren, near Washington Street' .... 


30,000 


Good. 


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Corner of Washington and Eustis Streets . 


16,000 


Good. 


4 


Short Street 


25,000 


Good. 


5 


Chestnut Street, Mount Pleasant .... 


15,000 


Good. 


6 


(Corner of Fellows and Hunneman Streets 


15,000 


Good. 


7 


Cedar Street 


15,000 


Good. 


8 


Sidewalk, opposite No. 2 Engine-house . . . ' . 


1,300 


Good. 


9 


Corner of Washington and Kuggles Streets 


18,000 


Good. 


10 


Corner of Vernon and Auburn Streets .... 


18,000 


Good. 


11 


(Jorner of Dudley and Kenilworth Streets 


18,000 


Good. 


12 


Dudley, near Warren Street 


18,000 


Good. 


13 


Corner of Dudley and Greenville Streets 


18,000 


Good. 


14. 


Eaton, near Yeoman Street 


18,000 


Good. 


15 


Centre Street 


18,000 


Good. 


16 


Porter Street 


18,000 


Good. 


17 


Elm Street, Mount Pleasant 


18,000 


Good. 


18 


Walnut Street 


18,000 


Good. 


19 


Pearl Street 


18,000 


Good. 


20 


Eustis, CO. ner of East Street 


18,000 


Good. 


21 


Copeland Square 


18,000 


Good. 


22 


Well, corner of East and Davis Streets .... 




Not Good. 


23 


Well, corner of Davis and Eustis Streets . 




Not Good. 


2* 


Regent, near St. James Street 


15,000 


Good. 


25 


Corner of Ruggles and Cabot Streets .... 


17.000 


Good. 


26 


Adams, near Eustis Street 


17,000 


Good. 


27 


Davis Street 


16,500 


Good. 


28 


Oak Street 


18,000 


Good. 


29 


Norfolk Street 


16,000 


Good. 


30 


Corner of Greenville and Winthrop Streets . 


19,500 


Good. 


31 


Smith Street, near Parker Street, .... 


18,500 


Good. 


32 


(Corner of Warren and Waverly Streets .... 


28,000 


Good. 


33 




26,000 


Good. 


34 


East Street, opposite Norfolk Avenue .... 


26,000 


Good. 


35-^ 


VVashinj^ton Street, opposite City Hotel, 


26,000 


Good. 


36 


Swell Street, near Lead Factory, 


30,000 


Good. 


37 


Sliawmut Avenue, . 




Good. 


38 


Walnut Street, 


30,000 


Good. 








Good. 




Wellin Samuel Guild's yard, near Bartlett Street . 




Good. 




Well in Patent Leather Works yard, Water Street 




Not Good. 



79 



HYDRANTS, 



FROM MOUNT WARREN, COCHITUATE AND JAMAICA POND PIPES. 



JNo. 


Location. 


Source. 


.Condition. 


1 


St James Street 


Mt. W. 


Good. 


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Good. 


3 


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Good. 


4 


Dale Street 






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Good. 


6 


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Cochit. 


Good. 


6 


Tremont Street, corner of Sudbury Street 






" 


Good. 


7 


Tremont Street, corner of Ruggles Street 






" 


Good. 


8 


Tremont Street, opposite Carpet Works 






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Good. 


9 


Sidewalk; Texas Avenue, .... 






li 


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10 


Washington Street, corner of Phillips Place 






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Good. 


11 


Washington Street, opposite Isaac Davis's . 






" 


Good. 


12 


Ruggles Street, opposite the late Catholic Church 






J. Pond. 


Good. 


13 


Vernon Street, corner of Belmont Street 






" 


Good. 


14 


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" 


Good. 


15 


Davis Street, corner of Webber Street 






ti 


Good. 


16 


East Street, opposite Stuhb's shop 






" 


Good. 


17 


liast Street, corner of Davis Street 






" 


Good. 


18 


Swett Street, near Curtis & Bl.ike's Mill, 






" 


Good. 


19 


Corner of Orchard and Eustis Streets, . 






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Good. 


19 


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" 


Good. 


20 


Washington Street, opposite Bacon's Block, 






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Good. 


21 


Ruggles Street, near Avon Place 






" 


Good. 


22 


Western Avenue, near Francis Street 






Cochit. 


Good. 


23 


Western Avenue, Appleton Place, . 






" 


Good. 


24 


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" 


Good. 


2i. 


" " " Coventry, 






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Good. 


26 


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Mt. W. 


Good. 


27 


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REPORT 



OF THE 



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In conformity to the fifth section of " An Act relative to a Public 
Cemetery in the City of Roxbury," the Commissioners respect- 
fully submit their 

THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 

Considerable progress has been made in the improvement of 
the Cemetery the past year. 

A green house seventy feet in length, divided for a propa- 
gating house, is completed, and found to answer the purpose 
intended. The large and increasing extent of the Cemetery re- 
quired that we should have the means of preparing our own plants. 

Lake Hibiscus has been enlarged the past season, by excava- 
ting one and one half acres to a depth of five feet. We have a 
surface of water three and one quarter acres ; there remains to 
be completed three quarters of an acre ; when finished, the Lake 
will contain an area of four acres. The copious springs found in 
the bed of the Lake retarded the work of excavation, but they 
give confidence that the supply of water will be abundant. 

Twenty-two acres of land have been added to the Cemetery, at 
a cost of nine thousand dollars ; the land belonged to Edmund M. 
Fowler, and is bounded by Walk Hill and Canterbury Streets, in 
West Roxbury. This purchase gives a permanent boundary on 



84 

the south-western side, and enables the Commissioners to lay out 
to advantage the extending of the present avenues and paths. 

The whole number of acres is one hundred and twenty-six ; 
the aggregate cost, exclusive of interest, amounts to $46,644.67. 

The fund which has been created by individuals paying a stip- 
ulated sum, the interest of which is to keep their lots in perpetual 
order, amounts to nineteen hundred and sixty-five dollars. The 
importance of this arrangement will appear when it is taken into 
consideration, that the. time may come when no one will be living 
who will feel a personal responsibility as to the care of a lot. We 
would call the attention of all persons interested, to an Act passed 
February 25, 1852. 

Monuments. Twenty-eight monuments have been erected the 
past year. Among the number, General Sumner's is deserving 
of particular notice. 

General Sumner's lot on " Sumner Hill," is one of the finest in 
the Cemetery. On an elevated mound, surrounded by wild and 
picturesque boulders, stands a statue of most poetical concep- 
tion and great beauty. A platform of three steps sustains the 
pedestal and statue. The first step is of Quincy granite, the next 
two, as also the base, die and capital of the pedestal are of Italian 
monumental white marble, and the statue is of fine Italian statu- 
ary marble, well selected for its uniform color and hardness. The 
shield having the Sumner arms and motto, the frame to enclose 
the medallion head, and the moulding of the cap and base indi- 
cate the style as " transition," or of the period between classic 
and Gothic architecture. The figure (of life size) representing 
the Angel of the Tomb protecting the ashes of the dead, is in a 
kneeling attitude, easy and natural. The beautiful face wears a 
most impressive expression. The head is crowned with a wreath 
of poppy buds, symbol of the eternal sleep. The drapery, which 
the figure holds in one hand, partially enveloping an urn, is ele- 
gantly rendered. 

The author of this successful work is N. CantalaMessa Papotti, 
of Rome, who is quite distinguished in his profession. We are 
happy to learn that he has orders for other works to be placed in 
this Cemetery. 



85 

Lots niEPAiiEi). One hundred and eighteen lots have been 
prepared and ornamented with trees and shrubs. 

Lots sold. One hundred and twenty lots and one hundred 
and fifty graves in the Field of Ephron have been sold the past 
year. 

Lots finished. One hundred and five lots and one hundred 
graves in the Field of Ephron are now ready for sale. 

Avenues and paths. Twelve hundred feet of avenues and 
fourteen hundred feet of paths have been excavated and filled 
with stones and gravel. 

Fences. Nineteen lots have been enclosed with iron fences, 
nine with hammered granite and nine with hedges the past year. 
Granite borders have added much to the ornament of the Ceme- 
tery, especially where lots are situated on the corners of avenues. 

Tombs. Four family tombs have been built. 

Interments. Five hundred and forty-four interments in pri- 
vate lots and in the Field of Ephron have been made during the 
year. The -whole number of interments since the consecration, 
June 28th, 1848, are five thousand and ninety-five. 

The Receipts and Expenditures for the year have been as 
follows : — 

Receipts. 

Balance unexpended February 1, 1860, . . $1,238 41 

Received for 150 graves, . . . • . 1,500 00 

" " 120 lots of land, .... 7,645 79 

" " grading lots, stone posts, rent and wood, . 21,849 86 



Expenditures. 

Paid for labor on lots, avenues and paths, 
" J. Seaverns and J. Parkinson, notes as principal 
" Interest on notes, .... 

" C. Hardwick & Co., stone posts and stone work 
" P. McDonnell, stone posts, . 
" D. G. Corliss, stone work, ... 

Ainount carried forward, $18,888 81 



$32,134 


06 


$11,265 


21 


, 6,000 


00 


541 


17 


845 


68 


121 


25 


115 


50 



86 



Amount Irought forward, 
Paid "West Castleton, R. R. Slate Co., grave covers, &c 

" Edmund M. Fowler, for land, 

" Nelson Curtis, brick, cement and lime, 

" Kendall k Wood, labor and materials on green 

house, ..... 

" G. Evers, plan for green house, 

" Bailey & Jenkins, sashes for do., . 

" J. J. Walworth, boiler, pipe, &c., for do. 

" T. W\ Hoxie & Co., tube for do., . 

•■' Boston Belting Co., pipe for do., . 

" Tuttle, Gaffield & Co., glass for do., 

" Levi Champion & Co. " for do., 

" C. R. Hill & Co., pump and hose for do. 

" Andrew Cummings, for do., 

" Levi Bolles, sashes for hot bed, 

" Joseph Houghton, grain and meal, 

" D. Hardacker, blacksmith's work, &c., 

" Oliver Moulton, salary as Superintendent, 

" Joseph W. Tucker, keeping books and collecting 

" Jeremiah Clement, collecting small bills, 

" A. G. Day, labor and material on Chandler 

house, ..... 

" Oliver Moulton, for sundry bills settled, 

" J. T. Elhs & Co., powder, lumber, &c., 

" Arthur W. Austin, for horse, 

" J. Runey & Co., flower pots, 

" John M. Hewes, printing Reports, 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing, 

" A. F. Howe, insurance, 

" Evers & Conley, trees and shrubs, 

" B. F. Cutler, for trees, 

" Daniel Brims, " 

" J. Fottler. teaming, 

" Peters & Co., " 

" George G. Hook, hay, 

" W. Wellington, " 

" A. D. Williams, manure, 

" Houghton & Mayo, lead, 

" E. B. Rumrill, carpenter's work, 

" James Boyd & Son, harnesses, 

" E. A. Hovey, mending harness. 

Amount carried fonvard, 



,888 81 

674 88 

2,000 00 

1,380 85 

834 42 

15 00 

275 83 

317 60 

14 50 

8 13 

8 50 

17 52 

21 52 
23 00 
46 92 

593 43 
597 08 
775 00 
350 00 
71 30 

186 33 

233 34 

261 31 

100 00 

73 50 

75 00 

7 75 

39 00 

252 50 

140 25 

75 00 

142 98 

128 00 

125 74 

124 23 

90 00 

29 83 

22 03 
52 25 
11 25 



$29,084 58 



87 



Amount brought forward^ 
Paid John E. Williams, mending harness, 
" Chase, Brothers & Co., iron work, 
" Parker, Gannett & Osgood, tools, 
" West lioxbury, tax . . . 
" G. G. Drew, lettering signs, 
" James Simpson, making signs, 
" D. Welch, for sundry bills settled, 
" Allen Putnam & Co., coal 
" T. B. Moses, surveying, 
" Luther Bullock & Son, mason's work, 
" F. A. Walker & Co., . 
Balance carried forward to new account. 



$29,084 68 

16 87 

70 00 

50 21 

54 18 

8 00 

4 60 

49 16 

39 00 

30 00 

10 00 

3 00 

2,714 56 

$32,134 06 



At the time of making the last Report, the debt was eleven 
thousand dollars. Since that time six thousand dollars has been 
paid, which reduced the amount to five thousand dollars. Seven 
thousand dollars of City Scrip, issued December 1, 1860, to 
Edmund M. Fowler, for land purchased of him, makes the amount 
of debt now due $12,000. 

FRANCIS C. HEAD, 

Secretary of the Commissioners of Forest Hills Cemetery. 
RoxBURY, Feb. 23, 1861. 



In Boakd of Aldermen, Feb. 25, 1861. 

Referred to the Committee on Accounts, with instructions to cause the same 
to be printed with the Annual Report of Receipts and Expenditures. 
Sent down for concurrence. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 

In Common Council, March 4, 1861. 
Concurred. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Cleric. 



DIRECTORY 

TO 

THE AYEI^UES Al^D PATHS 



ASPEN" leads from White Oak to Willow avenue, 

BEECH leads from Canterbury street gate to Lake avenue. 

CEDAR leads from Rock Maple to Elm avenue. 

CHERRY leads from Willow to White Oak avenue. 

CHESTNUT leads from Egyptian gate to Rock Maple avenue. 

CONSECRATION, from Chestnut avenue near Consecration hilL 

CYPRESS leads from Beech to Larch avenue. 

ELM leads from Fountain avenue to Canterbury street gate. 

FIR, from Mount Vernon to Tupelo avenue. 

FOUNTAIN leads from Juniper to Rock Maple and Willow avenue. 

HEMLOCK leads from White Oak to Fountain avenue. 

JUNIPER leads from Cherry to Fountain Avenue. 

LAKE leads from Fountain, round Lake Hibiscus to Elm avenue. 

LARCH leads from Fountain avenue to Cypress hill. 

LINDEN leads from Mount Warren to Mount Warren avenue. 

LOCUST leads from Egyptian gate to Mount Warren avenue. 

MAGNOLIA leads from Chestnut avenue to the summit of Conse- 
cration hill. 

MULBERRY, from Egyptian gateway to white Oak avenue. 

MOUNT VERNON, from White Oak to Miilberry. 

NESUTAN leads from White Oak avenue round Eliot Monument hill. 

PINE leads from. Mount Warren to Mulberry avenue. 

POPLAR leads from Lake to Larch avenue. 

RED OAK leads from Willow to White Oak avenue. 

ROCK MAPLE leads from the junction of Fountain and White 
Oak to the junction of Tupelo and Cedar avenues. 

SPRUCE leads from the junction of Fountain and Juniper avenues 
past the Field of Macpelah to Lake avenue. 

TUPELO leads from Chestnut to Rock Maple avenue. 

WALNUT leads from Tupelo to the junction of Mount Warren and 
Mulberry avenues. 

WHITE OAK leads from Walk Hill street gate to Rock Maple 
avenue. 

WHITE PINE leads from White Oak to Cherry avenue. 

WILLOW leads from White Oak to Fountaiu avenue. 

YEW leads from Magnolia avenue to the summit of Chapel hill. 



89 



PATHS. 

ATLANTHUS leads from White Pine to Cherry avenue. 

ALPINE leads from Althca path to Cherry avenue. 

ALTHEA leads from Hemlock to Fountain avenue. 

AMARANTH leads from Cherry to Hemlock avenue. 

ANDROMEDA leads from Cranberry path to Locust avenue. 

ANEMONE leads from Hemlock avenue to Eglantine path. 

ARETHUSA leads from Lake to Cedar avenue, 

ASPHODEL leads from Fir to Mount Warren avenue. 

ASTER leads from Hemlock to White Oak avenue. 

AZALEA leads from Mount Warren to Mount Warren avenue. 

]^ARBERRY leads from Columbine path to Locust avenue. 

BELLFLOWER leads from Hemlock to Cherry avenue. 

BIGNONIA leads from Spruce to Cypress avenue. 

BROOK leads from Lake to Cedar avenue. 

CHRYSANTHEMUM leads from Fountain to Hemlock avenue. 

CLEMATIS leads from Mulberry avenue to White Oak. 

COLUMBINE leads from Spruce avenue to Cypress. 

CORNELL leads from Spruce to Poplar avenue. 

COWSLIP leads from White Oak avenue to junction of Sweet Brier 
and Violet Paths on Mount Dearborn. 

CRANBERRY leads from Mount Warren to White Oak avenue. 

CROCUS leads from Spruce to Poplar avenue. 

EGLANTINE leads from Hemlock to White Oak avenue. 

ELDER leads from Chestnut to Magnolia, on the southern side of 
Consecration hill. 

ELIOT HILLS leads from White Oak to Nesutan avenue. 

GERANIUM leads from Hemlock to White Oak avenue. 

GRAPE leads from Mount Warren to Tupelo avenue. 

GREEN BRIER leads from White Oak avenue, at its junction 
with Eliot Hills path. 

HAREBELL leads from Grape path to Mount Warren avenue. 

HAWTHORN leads from White Oak avenue to Eliot Hills path. 

HAZEL leads from Egyptian gate, near Mulberry, to Tupelo avenue. 

HELIOTROPE leads from Cherry to White Oak avenue. 

HOLLY leads from Red Oak to White Oak avenue. 

HONEYSUCKLE leads from Larch avenue to Spruce. 

HYACINTH leads from Geranium path to White Oak avenue. 

IRIS leads from Hemlock avenue, near Fountain. 

IVY leads from Mount Warren to Pine avenue. 

JASMINE leads from Green Brier to Hawthorn path. 

KALMIA leads from Linden to Linden avenue. 

LAUREL leads from Linden to Mount Warren avenue. 

LICHEN leads from Cherry round the top of Fountain hill. 

LILAC leads from Juniper to Hemlock avenue. 

LILY leads from Alder avenue, near Consecration hill. 

11 



90 

LOTUS leads from Larch to Lake avenue. 

LUPINE leads from Juniper to Hemlock avenue. 

MAYFLOWER leads from near the southern end of White Oak to 
Nesutan avenue. 

MIMOSA leads from Elm avenue to Cedar. 

MISTLETOE leads from Mulberry avenue to Hazel path. 

MOSS leads from White Oak to Nesutan avenue. 

MYRTLE leads from Red Oak to White Oak avenue. 

NARCISSUS leads from Myrtle to White Oak avenue. 

OLEANDER leads from Lupine to Verbena path. 

PINK leads from Spruce avenue to Cypress. 

PRIMROSE leads from White Oak avenue to the junction of Sweet 
Brier path, on the summit of Mount Dearborn. 

PYROLA leads from Lake to Cedar avenue. 

RHODODENDRON leads from Spruce to Cypress avenue. 

RHODORA leads from Mount Warren avenue to Mount Warren 
avenue. 

ROSE leads from Cypress avenue to Poplar. 

ROSEMARY leads from Hemlock avenue to Bellflower path. 

SUMACH leads from Mount Warren to Harebell path. 

SNOW-FLAKE leads from Walnut avenue to Mistletoe path. 

SNOW-DROP leads from Magnolia avenue to Magnolia. 

SWEET BRIER leads from Willow avenue to summit of Mount 
Dearborn. 

TULIP leads from Hemlock to Fountain avenue. 

VERBENA leads from Juniper to Hemlock avenue. 

VIBP]RNUM leads from White Oak to Nesutan avenue. 

VIOLET leads from Red Oak avenue to the junction of Sweet Brier 
and Cowslip paths, on Mount Dearborn. 

WABON leads from near Green Brier path, round Eliot Monument 
hill to Moss path. 

WIGELIA leads from Consecration to Tupelo avenue. 
WOODBINE leads from Mount Warren avenue to Linden avenue. 
YARROW leads from Spruce avenue to poplar. 

NESUTAN. — The name of the Indian who aided the Apostle Eliot in learning 
the English language, and in translating the Bible into that language. 

"WABON was the Indian Chief at Nonantum Hill, in Watertown, where Eliot 
established his first Indian church and school. 



CEMETERY NOTICE. 

For the information of those who do not know already, it May be well to 
state, that visitors can take the Dedham train of cars, and stop at the Forest 
Hills station, which leaves them within five minutes walk of the Cemetery. 
Any information relative to the Cemetery can be obtained of Oliver 
MouLTON, Superintendent at the grounds ; Joseph W. Tucker, City 
Clerk, City Hall, Roxbury ; or either of the Commissioners. 



CEMETERY AT FOREST HILLS. 



COMMISSIONERS. 

Alvah Kittredge, William J. Reynolds, 

Francis C. Head, E. W. Bumstead, 

George Lewis. 



CATALOGUE OF PROPRIETORS OF LOTS. 

Arranged according to Xumbers. 

Situation. Feet, 

Bellflower path 150 

Belltlower path 160 

White Oak avenue 202 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 460 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 380 

White Oak avenue 380 

White Oak avenue 380 

Mount Warren avenue 

Cherry avenue 

Willow avenue 200 

Heliotrope path 150 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

Red Oak avenue 

Willow avenue 

Willow avenue 

Willow avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 400 



Proprietors. 


JVo. 


Sawvyer, Benjamin F. 


1 


Harlow, (ieorge 


2 


Parker,'Moses 


3 


Sears, Paul, Jr. 


4 


Gregerson, George 


5 


Humphris, Edward, Jr. 


6 


Emerson, John S. 


7 


Hemmenway, Benjamin 


8 


Faxon, Oren 


9 


Blake, Charles 


10 


Adams, Adoniram J. 


11 


Tilden, Thomas 


12 


Brownell, Uriah T. 


13 


Sweat, Thatcher 


14 


Hersey, Nathan 


15 


Hanson, John L. 


16 


Mayo, Amy 


17 


Goodnow, R. D. 


18 


Pratt, Henry 


19 


Simpson, David 


20 


Dudley, Joseph W. 


21 


Dudley, H. A. S. D. . 


22 


Dudley, Sarah W. 


23 


Bates, Ruth 


24 


Cowan, William H. 


25 


Parmelee, Asaph 


26 


Wise, John 


27 


Rand, Eldred 


28 


Barnes, John 


29 


Hall, Hiram 


30 


Hamblen, David 


31 


Nute, Enoch 


32 


Dorr, Nathaniel 


33 


Albert, J. M. 


34 


Curtis, Francis 


S5 



Note. Where the number o-f feet against a lot is not designated, it contains 300 feet. 



92 



Sanborn, Chrlstoplier P. 

Munroe, James 

Plummer, John L. 

Jones, John B. 

Jackson, Samuel and Daniel 

Spear, Susannah R. 

Macomber, Ichabod 

Williams, Horace 

Hewins, Whiting 

Beal, Wilder 

Sleeper, John S. 

Burciies, Catherine 

Slade, Robert 

Copeland, Benjamin F. 

Copeland, Charles, 

Bacon, William, Boston 

Sumner, Austin, 

Drinicwater, Josiah 

Loring, William M. 

Howes, Elisha 

Fobes, Edwin 

Gould, Joseph D. 

Field, Ozias 

Hendee, Charles J. 

Lewis, Samuel S. 

Barton, Jabez W. 

Shattuck, Samuel 

Willis, Hamilton 

Windship, Charles M. 

Hayes, Joshua 

Steam C, B. & N. Royal Mail 

Kuhn, Christian 

Seaver, Robert 

Seaver, Joshua 

Seaver, Nathaniel 

Seaverns, Joel 

Seaver, Joseph 

Seaver, William 

Keyes, Lucy S. 

Wentworth, P. H. 

Kingsbury, William B. 

AVilliams, Aaron D. 

W^illiams, A. D., Jr. 

Whitaker, William H. 

Peirce, Charles H. 

Scott, Elbridge G. 

Patten, Asa 

Basford, Henry 

Putnam, John 

Comins, Linus B. 

Guild, William H. 

Carter, Nelson 

Floyd, Eliza 

Rowell, Rufus 

Parker, Jonathan 

Dudley, Eliza 



36 


Hemlock avenue 




37 


Amaranth path 


200 


38 


Green Brier path 




39 


Green Brier path 


520 


40 


Red Oak avenue 




41 


Cherry avenue 




42 


Cherry avenue 


513 


43 


Cherry avenue 




44' 


Cherry avenue 


417 


45 


Cherry avenue 




46 


Cherry avenue 


489 


47 


Cherry avenue 




48 


Cherry avenue 




49 


Cherry avenue 




50 


Cherry avenue 




51 


Cherry avenue 




52 


Cherry avenue 




53 


Aster path 


150 


54 


White Pine avenue 




55 


Cherry avenue 




56 


White Pine avenue 




57 


Amaranth path 




58 


Amaranth path 




59 


Cherry avenue 




60 


Cherry avenue 


660 


61 


Cherry avenue 


420 


62 


Cherry avenue 




63 


Cherry avenue 




64 


Cherry avenue 




65 


Willow avenue 




66 


Cherry avenue 




67 


Aspen avenue 




68 


White Pine avenue 




69 


White Pine avenue 


400 


70 


White Pine avenue 




71 


White Pine avenue 


600 


72 


White Pine avenue 




73 


White Pine avenue 




74 


White Pine avenue 




75 


White Pine avenue 




76 


White Pine avenue 




77 


White Pine avenue 




78 


White Pine avenue 




79 


White Pine avenue 




80 


White Pine avenue 




81 


White Pine avenue 




82 


White Pine avenue 




83 


Red Oak avenue 




84 


Red Oak avenue 




85 


Red Oak avenue 


837 


86 


White Oak avenue 




87 


Heliotrope path 


240 


88 


Cherry avenue 




89 


Clematis path 




90 


Narcissus path 




91 


White Oak avenue 





93 



Low, Francis 

Low, John J. 

Hennessy, Richard 

Gregg, Mary 

Jordan, John T. 

Morse, William 

Smith, Melancthon 

Swett, Samuel W. 

Gorham, James L. 

Bachelder, Josiah G. 

Fowle, Isaac 

Lawler, William 

Bradford, Charles F. 

Hickling, Charles 

Blanchard, William 

Williams, Isaac F. 

Holland, Thomas K. 

Tappan, Amelia C. 

Whipple, James 

Hunt, James 

Manning, Charles 

Pitman, John H. 

Blaney, Charles F, 

Clark, Alexander 

Wyman, Asa 

Tucker, Joseph W^. 

Whitmore, Creighton, 

Gwynne, Samuel 

Krogman, S. B. 

Emmes, Stillman W. 

Waters, Ebenezer 

Perry, Rufus A, 

Vila, James 

Sigourney, Daniel A. 

Barry, James 

Ware, Leonard 

Daniell, Josiah N. 

Wrightington, B. T. 

Anderson, Rufus 

Brown, James W. L. 

Heard, John J. 

Molineux, Robert W. 

Cunningham, Andrew 

Wads worth, Samuel 

Rogers, John 

Blake, Samuel P. 

Copeland, Franklin 

Fowler, Edmund M. 

Crane, Samuel D., for the heirs 

of Larra Crane, dec. 
White, Isaac D. 
Morgan, Abigail 
Parker, Caleb 
Whitmore, G. D. 
Dunbar, David A. 
Steele, E. F. 



92 


Amaranth path 




93 


Amaranth path 




94 


Clematis path 




95 


Hemlock avenue 


500 


96 


Hawthorn path 




97 


AVhite Oak avenue 




98 


Cherry avenue 


360 


99 


Cherry avenue 


360 


100 


Cherry avenue 


360 


101 


White Oak avenue 




102 


White Oak avenue 




103 


White Oak avenue 




104 


Willow avenue 


360 


105 


Willow avenue 


360 


106 


Willow avenue 




107 


Amaranth path 




108 


Narcissus path 




109 


Mount Warren avenue 


195 


110 


White Oak avenue 




111 


Red Oak avenue 




112 


Red Oak avenue 


600 


113 


Red Oak avenue 




114 


Narcissus path 


120 


115 


White Oak avenue 




116 


Narcissus path 




117 


Narcissus path 




118 


Narcissus path 




119 


White Oak avenue 




120 


White Pine avenue 




121 


White Oak avenue 


150 


122 


White Oak avenue 




123 


White Oak avenue 




124 


W^hite Oak avenue 




125 


Moss path 




126 


Narcissus path 




127' 


Narcissus path 


400 


128 


Narcissus path 




129 


Narcissus path 




130 


Narcissus path 




131 


Narcissus path 




132 


Hawthorn path 


460 


133 


Hawthorn path 




134 


Hawthorn path 




135 


Hawthorn path 




136 


Hawthorn path 




137 


Hawthorn path 




138 


Hawthorn path 




139 


Hawthorn path 




5 

140 


Green Brier path 




141 


Hawthorn path 




142 


Hawthorn path 




143 


Eliot Hills path 


540 


144 


Eliot Hills path 




145 


Aspen avenue 




146 


Hawthorn path 


150 



94 



Taft, Read 
Taft, Charles M. 
Winslow, Roland 
Mann, N. P. 
Russell, George R. 
AVhitwell, William 
Blake, Jesse 
Brown, W. H. 
Wellman, William A. 
Ivittredge, Alvah 
Baker, William E. 
Thompson, A. C. 
Davis, Gilman 
Blanchard, A. R., Mrs. 
Dove, George 
Weld, Benjamin 
McKay, William P. 
Andrews, Henry R. 
Hill, David W. 
Hobart, Mary W. 
Lee, W. Raymond 
Amory, Elizabeth 
Howe, M. A. D'Wolf 
Head, Charles Dudley 
Head, Francis C. 
Sherman, Amory F. 
Bond, Sewall B. 
Scates, Dodavah 
Chubbuck, S. E. 
Campbell, Benjamin F. 
Pratt, Jerahmeel C. 
Parker, Joseph 
Mathes, Albert R. 
Haven, Calvin W. 
Haven, Calvin W. 
Keith, William 
Lothrop, Ansel 
Pear, Edward 
Bacal, Thomas 
Badger, George W. 
Allen, Isaac 
Walker, Catherine R. 
Vose, Elijah 
Gray, Alfred T. 
Wiswall, Samuel S. 
Day, Moses 
Sewall, Moses 
Bartlett, Pliny 
Sears, Joseph H. 
Fuller, David S. 
Nichols, William S. 
Webber, John, Jr. 
Backall, William K. 
Felton, Samuel 
Train, Samuel F, 
Thwing, Supply C. 



147 


Violet path 


164 


148 


Violet path 




149 


Violet path 




150 


Violet path 




151 


Sweet Brier path 


720 


152 


Cherry avenue 




153 


Hemlock avenue 




154 


Aster path 


150 


155 


.Holly path 




156 and 157 


Holly path 


600 


158 


Holly path 




159 


Holly path 




160 


Red Oak avenue 


380 


161 


Red Oak avenue 




162 


Red Oak avenue 




163 


Holly path 




164 


Magnolia avenue 




165 


White Oak avenue 




166 


White Oak avenue 




167 


Red Oak avenue 


500 


168 


Violet path 




169 


Violet path 




170 


Violet path 




171 


Violet path 




172 


Violet path 




173 


Red Oak avenue 




174 


Myrtle path 


400 


175 


Myrtle path 


400 


176 


R«d Oak avenue 


400 


177 


Red Oak avenue 


400 


178 


Tupelo avenue 




179 


Tupelo avenue 




180 






181 


White Oak avenue 


250 


182 


White Oak avenue 


250 


183 


Hemlock avenue 


360 


184 


White Oak avenue 


350 


185 


White Oak avenue 




186 


White Oak avenue 


200 


187 


Clematis path 


400 


188 


White Pine avenue 


400 


189 


Cherry avenue 


200 


190 


White Pine avenue 




191 


JMount Warren avenue 


400 


192 


Yew avenue 




193 


Chrysanthemum path 


450 


194 


Chi-ysanthemum path 


450 


195 


Mount Warren avenue 


100 


196 


Rosemary path 


430 


197 


Clematis path 




198 


Rosemary path 




199 


Willow avenue 




200 


Willow avenue 




201 


Willow avenue 




202 


Aspen avenue 




203 


Aspen avenue 





95 



Bartlctt, Henry 


204 


Aspen avenue 




Kettell, John B. 


205 


White Pine avenue 




Kettell, John 


206 


White Pine avenue 




Miller, David 


207 


Willow avenue 


250 


Miller, George 


208 


Willow avenue 


250 


Smith, George W". 


209 


Aspen avenue 




Grossman, Nathaniel W. 


210 


Clematis path 




Jenney, Nelson 


211 


Aspen avenue 




Davis, William H. 


212 






Pearce, William 


213 


Aspen avenue 




Lovell, Josiah G. 


214 


Aspen avenue 




Wood, Alexander 


215 


Aspen avenue 


360 


AVhite, David, Jr. 


216 


Aspen avenue 


400 


Gray, John H. 


217 


Cherry avenue 




Wiley, Thomas 


■ 218 


White Oak avenue 


500 


Wells, Edward 


219 


Heliotrope path 




Campbell, R. C. 


220 


Heliotrope path 




Penniman, Ed. L. 


221 


White Pine avenue 




Packer, George 


222 


Cherry avenue 




Rea, Archelaus 


223 


Cowslip path 




Arnold, Elizabeth 


224 


White Oak avenue 




Webster, Albert 


225 


Grape path 




Holmes, Richard 


226 


Viburnam path 




Dudley, Elbridge Gerry 


227 


Rosemary path 




Curtis, Nelson 


228 


White Oak avenue 




Gore, Watson, Jr. 


229 


White Pine avenue 




Maybin, D. Crawford 


230 


White Pine avenue 




Sears, Joseph H. 


231 


Rosemary path 




Kramer, Matthias 


232 


Mount Warren avenue 




Sturgis, Russell 


233 


Magnolia avenue 




Williams, Sydney B. 


234 


Cherry avenue 




Payson, Samuel 


235 


Heliotrope path 




Shales, Edward 


236 


Aspen avenue 




Cook, Betsey 


237 


White Oak avenue 




Andrews, Alonzo 


238 


Aspen avenue 




Barry, Charles 


239 


Geranium path 




Pratt, Joseph 


240 


White Oak avenue 




Clark, Moses ; 


241 and 242 


White Oak avenue 


710 


Burbank, Alonzo 


243 


Geranium path 


130 


Field, Alexander H. 


244 


Cherry avenue 




Gage, John 


245 


Geranium path 




Schmidt, Henry 


246 


Cherry avenue 




Osgood, Martha B. 


247 


Sweet Brier path 


100 


Ryerson, Ebenezer 


248 


Heliotrope path 




Wight, Sylvanus 


249 


Bellflower path 


200 


Byron, Joseph 


250 


Aspen avenue 




Jackson, J. B. S. 


251 


Cherry avenue 




Lovering, Nathaniel P. 


252 


White Oak avenue 


400 


Hunter, William 


253 


Aspen avenue 




Towle, Merribah H. 


254 


Cherry avenue 




Veazie, J. T. 


255 


Aspen avenue 




Coffin, Gardner S. 


256 


Aspen avenue 


200 


Frost, William C. 


257 


Green Brier path 


72 


Dudley, Ebenezer 


258 


Willow avenue 




Seaver, John C. 


259 


White Oak avenue 




Seaver, William D. 


260 


White Oak avenue 





96 



Weld, Daniel 


261 


Weld, John D. 


262 


Dickson, Alexander 


263 


Huston, William R. 


264 


Kenney, John 


265 


Minot, William, Jr. 


266 


Dearborn, H. A. S. 


267 


Dearborn, W. L. 


268 


White, William A. 


269 


Pierce, Horace W. 


270 


Davis, David P. 


271 


Griggs, George S. 


272 


Houghton, Joseph 


273 


Joyce, George F. 


274 


Williams, James 


275 


Reynolds, William J. 276 


and 277 


Pollock, George 


278 


Pollard, Abner W. 


279 


-Bazin, George W. 


280 


Rand, Abraham W. 


281 


Ayers, John 


282 


Elliott, Charles E. 


283 


Thomas, Charles A. 


284 


Glines, Nathan H. 


285 


Sturgis, James 


286 


Dumaresq, Philip 


287 


Gay, Aaron R. 


288 


Gay, Samuel S. 


289 


Faunce, George B. 


290 


Eaton, William G. 


291 


Groom, Thomas 


292 


Dudley, Ephraim M. 


293 


Davis, Horatio 


294 


Robinson, J. P, 


295 


Torrey, Joseph G. 


296 


Brown, George, Boston 


297 


Scott, George 


298 


Fay, Cyrus H. 


299 


Rogers, S. G. 


300 


Hunnewell, Frank 


301 


Wentworth, E. M. M. 


302 


Felling, James 


303 


Bell, Amory 


304 


Humphrey, W. A. 


405 


Ellis, Charles 


306 


Ellis, Charles M. 


207 


Whiting, William 


308 


Eastman, Sally 


309 


Williams, Col. Jos., heirs of 


310 


Williams, Stedman 


311 


Williams, Nehemiah D. 


312 


Williams, John 


313 


Richards, Isaiah D. 


314 


Hall, Charles G. 


315 


Fearing, Lincoln 


316 


Williams, Stephen 


317 



Amaranth path 645 

Amaranth path 345 

Amaranth path 

White Oak avenue 345 

White Oak avenue 345 

Chrysanthemum path 400 

Sweet Brier path 
Sweet Brier path 
. Eliot Hills path 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 400 

Mount Warren avenue 
White Oak avenue 
Clematis path 
Clematis path 

Cowslip path 600 

Heliotrope path 

Eliot Hills path 233 

Eliot Hills path 
Heliotrope path 
Cherry avenue 
White Pine avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Aspen avenue 
Sweet Brier path 
Sweet Brier path 
White Oak avenue 
White Oak avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Heliotrope path 

Mount Warren avenue 912 

Linden avenue 100 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Cherry avenue 414 

White Oak avenue 

Hemlock avenue 460 

Hemlock avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Pine avenue 

Kalmia path 340 

Kalmia path 490 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Laurel path 

Aspen avenue 

Cherry avenue 

Laurel path 

Laurel path 



97 



BnfTinton, Jonathan 


318 


Cherry avenue 




Weld, Nancy 


- 319 


Cherry avenue 




Lewis, Elijah 


320 


Cherry avenue 




Harrington, Ephraim 


321 


Grape path 


480 


Fisher, Warren 


322 


Grape path 


480 


Simmons, Thomas 


323 


Grape path 


480 


Simmons, David A. 


324 


Grape path 


480 


Simmons, George A. 


325 


Grape path 


480 


Webber, John 


326 


Willow avenue 




Williams, Thomas 


327 


Laurel path 




Browning, Mary E. 


328 


White Oak avenue 


328 


French, Jonathan 


329 


Amaranth path 




Williams, Jonathan T. 


330 


Laurel path 




Hazin, Charles 


331 


Eliot Hills path 




Frederick, Jabez 


332 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Nichols, Lawrence 


333 


Clematis path 




Bray, Charles F. 


334 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Bray, Edgar W. 


335 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Burnham, T. 0. H. P. 


336 


Cherry avenue 




Paige, Charles E. 


337 


White Oak avenue 




Hammond, Stephen 


338 


Hawthorn path 




Sawyer, Alpha 


339 


Hawthorn path 




Pollard, George 


340 


Hawthorn path 




Billings, George 


• 341 


Hawthorn path 




Baker, John 


342 


White Oak avenue 


154 


Sawyer, James 


343 


Cowslip path 




Kittredge, John D. 


344 


Cowslip path 




Rice, AVilliam 


345 


Amaranth path 




Langley, Samuel 


346 


Green Brier path 


360 


Faunce, Stephen 


347 


Green Brier path 


360 


March, Andrew S. 


348 


Holly path 


480 


Pettes, George W. 


349 


White Oak avenue 




Swift, John L. 


350 


Hawthorn path 




Pettes, Henry 


351 


White Oak avenue 




Young, Calvin 


352 


Jasmine path 




Barry, John S. 


353 


Jasmine path 




Litchfield, Simeon 


354 


Green Brier path 




Mayo, John M. 


355 


White Oak avenue 


380 


Cumston, William 


356 


Sweet Brier path 




Smith, Daniel D. 


357 


Hemlock avenue 




Ames, Robert W. 


358 


Eliot Hills path 




O'Brien, Mehitable 


359 


Green Brier path 


135 


Weld, Sarah 


360 


Aster path 




Leman, John 


361 


White Oak avenue 




Newell, James M. 


362 


Rosemary path 




Hinkley, Thomas F. 


363 


Geranium path 




Hathorne, J. H. 


364 


Amaranth path 




Nunn, Charles 


365 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Williams, Henry H. 


366 


Laurel path 


360 


Williams, Dudley 


367 


Laurel path 


360 


Weld, James 


368 


Hemlock avenue 


450 


Bacon, Jacob 


369 


Hemlock avenue 


450 


Peters, Edward D. 


370 


Pine avenue 


2000 


Rumrill, Nancy 


371 


Rosemary path 




Bills, Harriet 


372 


Tupelo avenue 




Calrow, John G. 


373 


Mount Warren avenue 





12 



98 



Plympton, Jeremiah 


374 


Rosemary path 




Tupper, E. E. 


375 


Clematis path 


180 


Mcintosh, George B. 


376 


Geranium path 


150 


Dwight, Edmund 


377 


Walnut avenue 


3850 


Shaw, Joseph P. 


378 


Geranium path 




Heath, Margaret 


379 


Geranium path 


180 


Bacon, William, Roxbury 


380 


Cherry avenue 


600 


Bacon, Horace 


381 


Cherry avenue 




Pearson, George W. 


382' 


White Pine avenue 




Smith, Daniel C. 


383 


Hemlock avenue 


365 


Newcomb, James 


384 


Hemlock avenue 




Robbins, Shepard 


385 


Eglantine path 




Shelton, Stephen 


386 


Eglantine path 




Chapin, David 


387 


Eglantine path 




Prescott, Edward 


388 


Eglantine path 




Severance, E. H. 


389 


Rosemary path 




Gilbert, Lemuel 


390 


Mount Warren avenue 




Leavens, S. Davis, heirs of 


391 


Narcissus path 


102 


Peters, George H. 


392 


Mount Warren avenue 


270 


Osgood, Samuel 


393 


Azalea path 




Littlefield, Samuel S. 


394 


White Oak avenue 




Huckins, James H. AV. 


395 


Rosemary path 




Hutchinson, Andrew B. 


396 


White Pine avenue 




Rogers, Henry, Jr. 


397 


Cherry avenue 




Newman, Robert 


398 


Cherry avenue 




Davenport, Mary C. 


399 


Aspen avenue 


190 


Williams, David W. 


400 


Cherry avenue 


700 


Williams, John D. W. 


401 


Cherry avenue 


700 


French, Jonathan 


402 


Cherry avenue 


700 


Williams, George F. 


403 


Cherry avenue 


700 


Lodge, Giles H. 


404 


Cherry avenue 


700 


Austin, Thomas 


405 


Aster path 




Bufford, J. H. 


406 


Aster path 




Carter, Caroline W. 


407 


Mount Warren avenue 




Sargent, L. M., Jr. 


408 


Mount Warren avenue 


340 


Clark, Helen M., Mrs. 


409 


Geranium path 


340 


Kennedy, Thomas J. W. 


410 


Geranium path 


150 


Lee, Nancy 


411 


Rosemary path 




Fowle, Joshua B. 


412 


Aster path 




Clark, Joseph W. 


413 


White Pine avenue 


400 


Austin, Thomas 


414 


Aster path 




Barker, Theodore T. 


415 


Geranium path 




Byram, Robert J. 


416 


Aster path 




Gay, George, Mrs. 


417 


Aster path 




Crichton, George H. 


418 


Geranium path 


160 


Rand, Isaac P. 


419 


Cherry avenue 


440 


Mason, Ezekiel F. 


420 


Cherry avenue 




Lowry, Maxwell 


421 


Aspen avenue 




Sands, Edward 


422 


Willow avenue 


400 


Williams, Tilson 


423 


Mount Wari'en avenue 




Flint, Thomas 


424 


Cherry avenue 




Worthington, Caroline 


425 


Mount Warren avenue 


180 


Patten, D. & G. 


426 


Rosemary path 




Barnes, James 


427 


White Pine avenue 




Smith, Martha 


428 


Geranium path 




Sanderson, John H. 


429 


Aspen avenue 


100 



99 



Hunnewell, Joseph W. 
Stowe, Orville 
White, Benjamin C. 
Snow, Nathaniel 
Drew, William 
Jackson, Jane 
Wainwright, Peter 
Hunting, Reuben 
Cooley, William 
Page, Kilby 
Spaulding, S. R. 
Spaulding, B. P. 
Chadbourn, Seth 
Glover, Thomas 
Smith, Phineas B. 
Sinclair, Thomas 
Wentworth, E. M. M. 
Blendell, Sophia M. 
Chamberlain, Dexter H. 
Hook, William R. M. 
Dean, Amos J. 
Cunningham, Lucy 
Davis, Ezra 
Sweetser, George H. 
Sloan, Charles F. 
Prescott, Samuel 
Ford, Eliza 

Farrington, Ebenezer T. 
Faunce, Calvin B. 
Davenport, George 
Davenport, Henry 
Sherburne, Charles 
Bursley, Henry 
Peck, Hannah 
Cracklin, Joseph 
Thayer, Robert H. 
Clark, William 
HufF, Owen 
Wallis, Levi 
Marsh, John 
Perry, William, Jr. 
Hardwick, William 
Gaston, Alexander 
Fisk, Bela S. 
Jenkins, Wealthy Ann 
Seaverns, Thomas W. 
Stevens, Polly 
Seaverns, Abijah 
Taft, Alonzo 
Dwight, Thomas 
Apple ton, William, Jr. 
Warren, J. M. 
Warren, J. S. 
Lyman, Charles 
Warren, John C. 
Arnold, Mattrom V. 



430 


White Pine avenue 




431 


White Pine avenue 




432 


Mount Warren avenue 




433 


Cherry avenue 


440 


434 


Aster path 




435 


Sweet Brier path 


100 


436 


Cherry avenue 




437 


Clematis path 


380 


438 


Viburnum path 




439 


Geranium path 


340 


440 


Mount Warren avenue 




441 


Mount Warren avenue 




442 


Cherry avenue 




443 


Cherry avenue 




444 


Cherry avenne 




445 


Cherry avenue 




446 


White Pine avenue 




447 


Aster path 




448 


Geranium path 




449 


Rosemary path 




450 


White Pine avenue 




451 


Aster path 




452 


Geranium path 


320 


453 


Cherry avenue 




454 


Cherry avenue 


200 


455 


Bellflower path 




456 


Aspen avenue 




457 


Hyacinth path 




458 


Clematis path 




459 


Clematis path 




460 


Clematis path 




461 


Hyacinth path 


200 


462 


Hyacinth path 


200 


463 


Hemlock avenue 




464 


Geranium path 




465 


Mount AVarren avenue 




466 


Clematis path 




467 


Anemone path 




468 


Clematis path 




469 


Mount Warren avenue 




470 


Mount Warren avenue 




471 


White Pine avenue 




472 


White Pine avenue 




473 


Bellflower path 




474 


Bellflower path 


224 


475 


Mount Warren avenue 


250 


476 


Mount Warren avenue 


250 


477 


Mount Warren avenue 


310 


478 


Mount Warren avenue 


260 


479 


Mount Warren avenue 


500 


480 


Mount Warren avenue 




481 


Mount Warren avenue 




482 


Mount Warren avenue 




483 


Mount Warren avenue 


500 


484 


Mount Warren avenue 




485 


Rosemary path 





100 



Curtis, Sarah 
Hills, Sarah 
Park, John C. 
Turner, Henry 
Beck, Lewis 
Binney, John 
Brown, Joseph 
Witherbee, John B. 
Osgood, Samuel 
White, Joseph A. 
Warren, Frederick 
White, James T. 
Hiland, Ira 
Hitchcock, Henry 
Simmons, Melvin 
Bisbee, Thomas 
Speare, Alden 
Speare, Alden 
Brewer, Nathaniel 
Boylston & Prince 
AVilliams, J. D., estate of 
Peirce, William 
Howes, Osborn 
Crowell, Henry G. 
Bixby, S. Clarke 
Dean, Enos W. 
Barker, Edward H. 
Lambert, Joseph 
Burt, Laban 

Nichols, Charles, (for Miss 7 
Powers) j 

Allen, C. J. F. 
Williams, Moses 
Weld, Aaron D. 
Johnson, Henry Augustus 
Wells, Mary 
Smith, Cyrus 
Shelton, Thomas J. 
Richards, Joseph L. 
Lincoln, C. D. and J. S. 
Hill, Henry 
Cunningham, John A. 
Meriam, Abijah S. 
AA^entworth, Alexander 
Wentworth, F. B. 
Way, Samuel A. 
Cotting, Caroline M. 
Hunt, George H. 
Butler, Nathaniel 
Weld, Franklin 534 

Millard, Charles J. 
Pierce, Jonathan 
Cragin, Daniel 
Burchstead, Benjamin 
Leavitt, David 
Poland, Wlliam C, 



486 


Clematis path 


250 


487 


Bellflower path 




488 


Clematis path 


400 


489 


Aster path 


315 


490 


AVhite Pine avenue 


170 


491 


White Pine avenue 


170 


492 


White Pine avenue 




493 


Aster path 




494 ' 


Azalea path 




495 


Viburnum path 




496 


Eliot Hills path 


400 


497 


Aster path 


200 


498 


Aster path 


240 


499 


Hyacinth path 




500 


Rosemary path 


188 


501 


Rosemary path 


188 


502 


Mount Warren avenue 


260 


503 


Rosemary path 


260 


504 


Aster path 




505 


Cherry avenue 




506 


Cherry avenue 


400 


507 


Bellflower path 




508 


Anemone path 


360 


509 


Anemone path 


360 


510 


White Pine avenue 


360 


:511 


Mount Warren avenue 


80 


512 


Clematis path 




513 


Bellflower path 


215 


514 


W'hite Pine avenue 


360 


515 


Bellflower path 




516 


Bellflower path 




517 


Cherry avenue 


400 


518 


Cherry avenue 


400 


519 


White Pine avenue 




520 


Aster path 




521 


Anemone path 


320 


522 


Bellflower path 




523 


Eglantine path 




524 


Bellflower path 




525 


Woodbine path 


290 


526 


Geranium path 




527 


Aster path 




528 


White Pine avenue 


365 


529 


White Pine avenue 


365 


530 


White Pine avenue 


430 


631 


White Pine avenue 


290 


532 


Bellflower path 




533 


Clematis path 


250 


and 535 


White Pine avenue 


730 


53G 


Eglantine path 




537 


White Pine avenue 




538 


Eglantine path 




539 


Eglantine path 




540 


Eglantine path 




541 


Aster path 





101 



Foster, William Hammond 


542 


Laurel path 




Perkins, Christine 


543 


Pine avenue 


2130 


Willard, J. D. 


544 


Woodbine path 




Chapin, George A. 


545 


Bel blower path 


350 


Babbit, Isaac 


546 


Bellllovver path 




Kinstler, Conrad 


547 


Eglantine path 


220 


Feybl, John 


548 


Eglantine path 


220 


Hunt, San ford M. 


549 


Anemone path 




Nickerson, Joseph 


550 


Anemone path 




Green, Daniel B. 


551 


Aster path 




Dexter, George S. 


552 


Laurel path 




Leighton, Rufus 


553 


Eglantine path 




Meriam, Abigail 


554 


Bellflower path 




Mansur, Samuel 


555 


Bellflower path 




Moore, Eliza 


556 


Laurel path 


315 


Lincoln, L. W. 


557 


Eglantine path 




Morse, Horatio G. 


558 


White Pine avenue 




Lyford, Thomas 


559 


Bellflower path 


340 


Cass, Moses 


560 


Eglantine path 




Bailey, Adams 


561 


Laurel path 




Williams, Joseph 


562 


Mount Warren avenue 




Hinds, Justin 


563 


liyacinth path 




Griggs, John H. 


564 


White Pine avenue 




Rogers, John S. 


565 


Eglantine path 




Stevens, Sarah J. 


566 


Cherry avenue 




Hinkley, James H. 


567 


Eglantine path 




Hayes, Ephraim 


568 


Eglantine path 




Bodge, Mary L. 


569 


White Pine avenue 




Brown, Abigail 


570 


Eglantine path 




Bowdlear, Samuel 


571 


White Pine avenue 


340 


Gates, Martin L. 


572 


Eliot Hills path 


260 


Brewer, Otis 


573 


White Oak avenue 


400 


Richardson, John 


574 


Azalea path 


130 


Otis, Theodore 


575 


Ailanthus path 


700 


Winslow, Isaac 


576 


Clematis path 


330 


Winslow, Edward 


577 


Clematis path 




Winslow, George 


578 


Clematis path 


340 


Spence, John 


579 


White Pine avenue 


500 


Hemmenway, Henry C. 


580 


Azalea path 


150 


Hanson, John A. 


581 


Woodbine path 




Foster, Henrietta 


582 


Aster path 




Pearce, Robert 


583 


Aster path 




Learock, John B. 


584 


White Oak avenue 




Gardner, Robert 


585 


Chrysanthemum path 




Fowle, Parker 


586 


Woodbine path 


265 


Fowle, William P. 


587 


Woodbine path 


265 


Everett, Oliver C. 


588 


Cherry avenue 


440 


Williams, Geo. F., (Guardian) 


589 


Cherry avenue 


440 


Durkee, Silas 


590 


Aster path 




George, Greenleaf C. 


591 


Hyacinth path 




Bacon, John F. 


592 


Sweet Brier path 




Bosworth, George W. 


593 


Eglantine path 




Curtis, Henry 


594 


Eglantine path 




Ripley, Samuel W. 


595 


White Pine avenue 




Putnam, E. M. 


596 


Rosemary path 


170 


White, Warren L. 


597 


Rosemary path 


170 



102 



Child, Isaac 
Everett, Otis 
Jacobs, Jane L. 
Beal, Levi 
Linzee, Elizabeth 
Curtis, Samuel S. 
Richardson, John A. 
Sumner, Alfred H. 
Cushing, Zenas 
White, Robert 
Halliburton, George M. 
Plutchins, Ivory 
Haskins, George F. 
Wood, Charles G. 
Hunt, George, Mrs. 
Cornell, Walter 
Pickering, Daniel N. 
Hager, George 
Richardson, Abijah 
Webster, William P. 
Ditson, Oliver 
Burroughs, Caroline 
Ring, Nathaniel 
White, Charles A. 
Morrill, Mrs. Mary Ann 
Taylor, George 
Brown, Benjamin, Jr. 
Bender, John 
Yerrick, Christine 
Bean, Aaron H. 
Partridge, Polly W. 
Pray, Thomas O. 
Tufts, Gardner G. 
Nightingale, James 
Ballard, Francis G. 
Ward, Richard 
Burroughs, Henry 
Cole, William 
Smith, John, Capt. 
Wheeler, Gillam B. 
Davis, Isaac 
Guild, Samuel 
Everson, George H. 
Richards, Reuben 
Blanchard, Charles 
Jordan, Charles 
Wisvvall, Elisha 
Federhen, John, Jr. 
Dudley, James H. 
Sanford, Philo 
Pomeroy, Henry A. G. 
Pleyer, William A. 
Odin, John 

Copeland, William H. C 
Hyde, M. Smith 
Ritchie, Edward S. 



599 



598 


Azalea path 


230 


and 600 


Eglantine path 


400 


601 


Ailanthus path 


225 


602 


Hyacinth path 


225 


603 


Chrysanthemum path 




604 


Chrysanthemum path 


320 


605 


Chrysanthemum path 


320 


606 


Chrysanthemum path 


320 


607 


'Ailanthus path 


325 


608 


Ailanthus path 


225 


609 


Hyacinth path 


225 


610 


Geranium path 


225 


611 


Geranium path 




612 


White Pine avenue 




613 


Ailanthus path 


400 


614 


White Pine avenue 




615 


Chrysanthemum path 


360 


616 


Mount Warren avenue 


250 


617 


Azalea path 




618 


Geranium path 


270 


619 


Cherrj' avenue 


380 


620 


Chrysanthemum path 




621 


White Pine avenue 




622 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


623 


Hyacinth path 


225 


624 


Mount Warren avenue 




625 


Mount Warren avenue 




626 


Juniper avenue 


150 


627 


Juniper avenue 


150 


628 


White Oak avenue 




629 


Hyacinth path 


180 


630 


Mount Warren avenue 




631 


Mount Warren avenue 


292 


632 


Hyacinth path 


225 


633 


Chrysanthemum path 




634 


Mount Warren avenue 




635 


Chrysanthemum path 




636 


Mount Warren avenue 




637 


Mount Warren avenue 




638 


White Pine avenue 




639 


Wabon path 


325 


640 


Wabon path 


950 


641 


Chrysanthemum path 




642 


Mount Warren avenue 




643 


Holly path 


180 


644 


Juniper avenue 




645 


Clematis path 




646 


Azalea path 




647 


Mount Warren avenue 




648 


Azalea path 




649 


Woodbine path 




650 


Azalea path 


275 


651 


Azalea path 




652 


Azalea path 




653 


Azalea path 


260 


654 


Clematis path 





103 



CooHdge, John T. 


655 


Chrysanthemum path 




ralmer, Simeon, estate of 656 


Chrysanthemum path 


720 


Lord, Robert W. 


657 


Azalea j)atli 




Jenkins, Henry T. 


658 


Chrysanthemum path 




Corey, Barney 


659 


Chrysanthemum path 


420 


Mair, George Herbert 


6G0 


Altiiea path 




Mallctt, Charlotte 


661 


Mount Warren avenue 


168 


Smith, Thomas H. 


662 


Hyacinth path 


240 


Davis, George A. 


663 


Azalea path 




Wheeler, Samuel 


664 


White Pine avenue 


250 


White, Benjamin C. 


605 


Linden avenue 




Dudley, H. A. S. D. 


666 


Kalmia path 


1254 


Harrington, Rebecca 


66 7 


Mount Warren avenue 


330 


Harrington, Ellen E. 


668 


Mount Warren avenue 


330 


Conant, Ezra 


669 


Grape path 


436 


Conant, Caleb A. 


670 


Grape path 


350 


Crane, Friend 


671 


Cherry avenue 




Pear, John S. 


672 


Hyacinth path 


260 


Thayer, John P. 


673 


Hyacinth path 




Davis, William H. 


674 and 675 


Laurel path 


1067 


Davis, William H. 


676 and 677 


Woodbine path 


1333 


Weeks, Andrew G. 


678 


Green Brier path 


380 


Walker, Samuel A. 


679 


Cherry avenue 


400 


Ladd, Frederick P. 


680 


Cherry avenue 


360 


Minot, AVilliam 


681 


Chrysanthemum path 




Howe, John 


682 


Chrysanthemum path 


360 


Minot, William 


683 


Chrysanthemum path 


360 


Torrey, John G. 


684 


Chrysanthemum path 


350 


Tilden, Charles L. 


685 


Chrysanthemum path 


350 


Barney, Sarah B. 


686 


Hawthorn path 


100 


Sawyer, Stephen L. 


687 


Cherry avenue 


200 


Sawyer, Nathan 


688 


Cherry avenue 


200 


Minot, Albert T. 


689 


Cherry avenue 




Hodgdon, Luther 


690 


Juniper avenue 


200 


Ayres, Benjamin F. 


691 


Juniper avenue 


200 


Wheelwright, Caroline 


692 


Chrysanthemum path 


323 


Wheelwright, Josiah 


693 


Chrysanthemum path 


323 


Carlisle, George W. 


694 


Clematis path 




Allen, Frederick D. 


695 


Cherry avenue 




Buoncore, Lewis 


696 


Clematis path 




Dupee, Lewis, heirs of 


697 


Plyacinth path 




Blake, John H. 


698 


Althea path 


340 


Dorr, E. Ritchie 


699 


Althea path 




Russell, Lydia S. 


700 


Althea path 




Dwight, Mary 


701 


Althea path 




May, Benjamin 


702 


Cherry avenue 




Hodge, Thomas S. 


703 


Hyacinth path 


225 


Fitzgerald, Stephen 


704 


Juniper avenue 


200 


James, Elisha 


705 


Juniper avenue 


200 


Calder, John W. 


706 


Geranium path 


220 


Maxwell, Charles 


707 


Hyacinth path 




Barnard, Lucinda 


708 


White Oak avenue 


120 


Parkinson, John 


709 


Lily path 




Townsend, Eliza G. 


710 


Lity path 




Newell, Willard 


711 


Juniper avenue 


130 


EUicott, Joseph P. 


712 


Linden avenue 


600 



104 



Fuller, Albert 


713 


Hyacinth path 




Tolman, James P. 


714 


Linden avenue 




Dexter, Samuel A. 


715 


Linden avenue 




Morey, George, for M. Newell 


716 


Linden avenue 




Smith, James W. 


717 


Linden avenue 




Drury, Gardner P. 


718 


Woobine path 


320 


Wheelwright, Sarah 


719 


Chrysanthemum path 




Briggs, Nathaniel 0. 


720 


Mount Warren avenue 


144 


Cummings, Charles 


721 


Hyacinth path 


165 


Dudley, Charles H. 


722 


Juniper avenue 


125 


Forbes, John M. 


723 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


Forbes, Robert B. 


724 


Mcignolia avenue 


354 


Forbes, Margaret 


725 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


Stackpole, Reuben M. 


726 


Juniper avenue 


340 


Childs, Nathaniel R. 


727 


Juniper avenue 


340 


Childs, Albert 


728 


Juniper avenue 


340 


Stone, Baman 


729 


Juniper avenue 


340 


Watson, Nathan 


730 


Juniper avenue 




Waldron, John, heirs of 


731 


Geranium path 




Heath, Stephen 


732 


Geranium path 




Littlefield, James 


733 


Clematis path 




Smith, Joseph P. 


734 


Cherry avenue 




Shiverick, George 


735 


Geranium path 




Remick, Ai 


736 


Juniper avenue 




May, Samuel 


737 


Walnut avenue 


2175 


Blanchard, Charles H. 


738 


Cherry avenue 


200 


Stephenson, George 


739 


Cherry avenue 


200 


Stewart, Alexander 


740 


Chrysanthemum path 




AYeld, William F. 


741 


Linden avenue 


630 


Weld, William G. 


742 


Linden avenue 


580 


Townsend, John P. 743 and 744 


Chrysanthemum path 


680 


Lemon, George E. 


745 


Juniper avenue 




Thompson, George 


746 


Cherry avenue 




Weir, Andrew A. 


747 


Juniper avenue 




Clarke, John J. 


748 


Althea path 




Clarke, Frances C. 


749 


Althea path 




Loring, David 


750 


Geranium path 




Hastings, Catherine E. 


751 


Geranium path 


280 


Woodman, John 


752 


Juniper avenue 


225 


Bicknell, Joseph 


753 


Juniper avenue 


225 


Clarke, C. S. 


754 


Grape path 


132 


Atkinson, Andrew 


755 


Cherry avenue 




Kibbee, Parley M. 


756 


Cherry avenue 




Robbing, John M. 


757 


Grape path 


260 


Whittier, Robert R. 


758 


Juniper avenue 




Stanton, John L. 


759 


Juniper avenue 




Hastings, Joseph 


760 


Juniper avenue 




Brown, Charlotte R. 


761 


Geranium path 




Ashley, Ossian D. 


762 


Althea path 


350 


Long, George W. 


763 


Althea path 


350 


Hobart, William H. 


764 


Althea path 




Hobart, Peter, Jr. 


765 


Althea path 


360 


Page, Willard 


766 


Geranium path 




Jaquith, Augustus D. 


767 


Juniper avenue 




Tarr, Danief W. 


768 


Juniper avenue 




Stevens, Benjamin F. 


769 


Geranium path 





105 



Truetnan, Jedediah L. 
Milton, Ilomaii, Jr. 
Lothrop, Elias C. 
Kodj^ers, Amnion 
Defrecs, William 11. 
Swallow, Daniel W. 
Seward, Joshua 
Callahan, Hannah W. 
Deblois M. and C. 
Elbridge, John S. 
Marshall, Lueretia S. 
Hamilton, Edward 
Stanford, Joanna A. 
Pope, Holly K. 
Trescott, Elijah, Jr. 
Kingman, Abner 
Woodman, George 
Hill, Charles H. 
Welch, Charles W. 
Pedder, James 
Shepherd, Betsey 
Nightingale, John F. 
Moorhead, William 
Varnum, William 
Perham, Charlotte G. 
Hovey, John 
Haste, Eliza 
Howe, B. Miles 
Jackson, Isaac 
Lovett, Isabella 
Evans, Harriet F. 
Field, Pearson H. 
Preston, Elisha H. 
Payson, Edwin 
Chessman, Nancy W. 
Campbell, Jeremiah R. 
Mathes, Charles L. 
Head, Edward F. 



Bray ton, John D. 
Anderson, Robert P. 
Munroe, Josiah J. 
Brigham, Mary F. 
Quincy, Thomas D. 
Bradford, William B. 
Loring, William 
Adams, Ashur 
Curtis, Joseph H. 
Curtis, J. H. and George S. 
Curtis, George S. 
Willard, William D. 
Hinckley, Aaron A. 
Linton, William 
Gordon, Robert 
Loveland, Jennett L. 



770 


Geranium path 


220 


771 


Oleander path 


225 


772 


Juniper avenue 




773 


Juniper avenue 




774 


Juniper avenue 




775 


Geranium path 




77G 


White Oak avenue 




777 


Clematis path 


340 


778 


Juniper avenue 




779 


Linden avenue 




780 


Oleander path 


225 


781 


Juniper avenue 


400 


782 


Azalea path 


85 


783 


Linden avenue 


200 


784 


Linden avenue 


200 


785 


Althea path 




786 


Juniper avenue 




787 


Juniper avenue 




788 


Lilac path 




789 


Clematis path 




790 


Althea path 




791 


Juniper avenue 




792 


Juniper avenue 




793 


Linden avenue 




794 


Althea path 


220 


795 


Althea path 


220 


796 


Oleander path 


217 


797 


Oleander path 


225 


798 


Clematis path 


200 


799 


Clematis path 


200 


800 


Linden avenue 




801 


Linden avenue 




802 


Tulip path 




803 


Juniper aveune 




804 


Lilac path 




805 


Lilac path 




806 


Clematis path 




807 


Mount Warren avenue 


260 


808 


Lilac path 


220 


809 


Lilac path 


220 


810 


Lilac path 




811 


Linden avenue 




812 


Fountain avenue 




813 


Fountain. avenue 




814 


Kalmia path 


315 


815 


Kalmia path 




816 


Juniper avenue 


200 


817 


Juniper avenue 


200 


818 


Pine avenue 


463 


819 


Pine avenue 


463 


820 


Pine avenue 


463 


821 


Lilac path 




822 


Fountain avenue 




823 


Fountain avenue 




824 


Lilac path 




825 


Fountain avenue 


280 



106 



Perkins, Edward 


826 


Bellflower path 


140 


Libbey, Julia 


827 


Oleander path 


225 


Green, Abraham M. 


828 


Oleander path 


255 


Low, Ariel 


829 


Linden avenue 


400 


Sargent, John T. 


830 


Lilac path 




Allison, John W. 


831 


Lilac path 




Nichols, Robert C. 


832 


Lilac path 




Parkinson, James 


833 


Tulip path 


220 


Fussell, John 


834 


Tulip path. 


220 


Melzar, Augustus P. 


835' 


Verbena path 




Hunting, Thomas 


836 


Linden avenue 




Walker, William L. 


837 


Linden avenue 




Weld, Christopher M. 


838 


Linden avenue 




Weld, John G. 


839 


Linden avenue 




Weld, Stephen M. 


840 


Azalea path 


340 


Weld, Francis M. 


841 


Azalea path 


410 


Lamb, Reuben A. 


842 


Linden avenue 


500 


Sumner, William H. 


843 


Sumner Hill 


2150 


Tucker, Nathaniel 


844 


Linden avenue 


428 


Tucker, Nathaniel 


845 


Azalea path 


362 


Moore, Charles, heirs of 


846 


Lilac path 


350 


Hill, Hamilton A. 


847 


Lilac path 




Brown, Mary 


848 


Lilac path 


360 


Brown, Henry 


849 


Lilac path 




Crafts, Ebenezer 


850 


Nesutan avenue 


440 


Pope, Otis 


851 


Mayflower path 




Guild, Aaron 


852 


Mayflower path 




Tileston, John N. 


853 


Mayflower path 




Amory, James S. 


854 


Walnut avenue 


2040 


Barnard, Jonas 


855 


Verbena path 




Cook, John V. 


856 


Verbena path 




Massy, Mary L. 


857 


Oleander path 


200 


Harris, George 


858 


Lilac path 


300 


Matthews, William, Jr. 


859 


Lilac path 




Tucker, Otis W. 


860 


Fountain avenue 




Frothingham, E. L. 


861 


Lilac path 




Palmer, Stevens C. 


862 


Tulip path 




White, Abijah P. 


863 


Lilac path 




Eddy, James 


864 


White Oak avenue 




Kingsley, Joseph 


865 


Verbena path 


360 


Kendall, Charles S. 


866 


Lilac path 




Perrin, Augustus W. 


867 


Pine avenue 


780 


FuUerton, Alexander 


868 


Pine avenue 


310 


Perrin, G. W. 


869 


Pine avenue 


320 


Miller, Erasmus D. 


870 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


Wilder, Marshall P. 


871 


Mount Warren avenue 


700 


Adams, Nathaniel 


872 


Lupine path 


270 


Lincoln, Joshua 


873 


Tulip path 


440 


Richards, George H. 


874 


Lupine path 




Comerais, Henry 


875 


Moss path 


450 


French, Abram 


876 


Moss path 


350 


Burrage, William 


877 


Moss path 


350 


Hentz, Frederick W. 


878 


Lupine path 


315 


Young, Calvin, Dorchester 


879 


Lupine path 




Park, Ann 


880 


Lilac path 




Baldwin Luke 881 


and 882 


Linden avenue 





107 



Cook, William D. 


883 


Juniper avenue 


160 


Pieper, Louise 


884 


Lupine path 


270 


Iluckins, Francis 


885 


Tulip path 


440 


Keith, James M. 


886 


Fountain avenue 




Palnier, Ezra, Jr. 


887 and 888 


Tulip path 


65 


Bowditch, Elizabeth B. 


889 and 890 


Tulip path 


COO 


Alexander, Ebenezer 


891 


Lilac path 




{Strong, George 


892 


Lupine path 


270 


Borrowscale, John 


893 


Fountain avenue 


500 


Warren, Eliza 


894 


Lupine path 


270 


Cummins, Maria F. 


895 


Althea path 




Cushing, Sarah P. 


896 


Ivy path 




Mowe, George W. 


897 


Mount Warren avenue 


280 


Cloutman, John S. 


898 


Lupine path 


270 


Watt, Robert 


899 


Verbena path 




Smith, Joel H. 


900 


Tulip path 




Hadley, Jane 


901 


Fountain avenue 




Weinz, Christian 


902 


Lupine path 


270 


Hale, Daniel L. 


903 


Fountain avenue 




Fay, Charles T. 


904 


Lupine path 


180 


Wadleigh, Dexter E, 


905 


Tulip path 




Nute, Clarissa 


906 


Fountain avenue 


207 


Bartlett, Dennis S. 


907 


Fountain avenue 


207 


Wheelock, Edward C. 


908 


Lupine path 


92 


Hilton, Celeste J. 


909 


Iris path 


180 


Basto, Mason 


910 


Tulip path 




Cunningham, Sarah E. 


911 


Iris path 


120 


Pitman, David 


912 


Iris path 


210 


Eastham, William W. 


913 


Tulip path 




Kettell, James 


914 


Tulip path 




Carter, James W. 


915 


Mayflower path 


600 


Carter, John, Jr. 


916 


Mayflower path 




Currant, John F. 


917 


Mayflower path 


423 


Learned, Isaac M. 


918 


Mayflower path 


305 


Brimbecom, Nathaniel 


919 


Mayflower path 


340 


Lethbridge, Willard F. 


920 


Iris path 


180 


Dexter, George N. 


921 


Tulip path 




Tutein, Nancy 


922 


Iris path 


180 


Harris, Luther M. 


923 


Larch avenue 




Tileston, Edmund P. 


924 


Cypress avenue 


875 


Houghton, Caleb C. 


925 


Althea path 


259 


Boardman, Janet 


926 


Althea path 


135 


Wilcox, John D. F. 


927 


Verbena path 


150 


Reed, David K. 


928 


Verbena path 


150 


Barnes, Loring B. 


929 


Ivy path 


270 


French, Charles 


930 


Larch avenue 




Coffin, N. W. 


931 


Cypress avenue 


500 


Rowland, Edward W. 


932 


Iris path 


136 


Cobb, Frances A. 


933 


Verbena path 


150 


Heath, William S. 


934 


Nesutan avenue 


280 


Whiting, Lewis F. 


935 


Larch avenue 




Roberts, Joseph D. 


936 


Larch avenue 




Turner, Sarah L. 


937 


Fountain avenue 




Mackintosh, Roger S. 


938 


Fountain avenue 




Pope, Thomas 


939 


Fountain avenue 




Taylor, Isaae 


940 


Ivy path 


44© 



108 



Curtis, Nathaniel 941 

Martin, Robert 942 

Fish, Hosea S. 943 

Walker, Matthew 944 

Croft, James T. 945 

Duncan, Archibald 946 

Lestrom, Magnus 94 7 

Jackson, Eben 948 

Eobbins, Charles 949 

Cleary, George T. 950 

Willet, William 951 

Child, Elizabeth 952 

Rogers, Charles O. 953 

Richardson, Josiah B. 954 

Hobart, Charles G. 955 

Leeds, Samuel 956 

Littlefield, Alvah 957 

Mackintosh, William H. 958 

Palmer, William 959 

Palmer. William H. 960 

Bixby, Philip W. 961 

Sprague, William 962 

Winsor, Edward 963 

Hyde, Jerusha 964 

Hills, Samuel 965 

Seaver, Benjamin 966 

Moore, Emery N. 967 

Cochrane, William A. 968 

Hall, Henry A. 969 

Brvant, Charles B. 970 

Morse, Frederick W. 971 

Hill, Samuel 972 

Reed, Samuel G. 973 

Fletcher, Robert 974 

Mott, Joshua 975 

Kupfer, Charles F., heirs of 976 

Blake, William 977 

Paul, Joseph F. 978 

McNutt, John J. 979 

Heaman, John, Mrs. 980 

Leavens, Benjamin F. 981 

Faxon, Hannah M. 982 

Young, Catherine C. 983 

Borrowscale, Jane 984 

Bigelow, D. Jackson 985 

Wallis, Paul D. 986 

Winslow, Reuben 987 

Mack, Nehemiah 988 

Cary, Nathan C. 989 

Taber, Harriet 990 

Elder, William 991 

Linscott, Wingate 992 

Scott, Robert 993 

Collyer, Isaac J. P. 994 

Briggs, Andrew G. 995 

Thayer, George L. 996 



Ivy path 
Fountain avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Lupine path 
Fountain avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Fountain avenue 
White Oak avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Larch avenue 
Hemlock avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Iris path 
Lotus path 
Larch avenue 
Ivy path 

Consecration avenue 
Ivy path 
Fountain avenue 
Sumach path 
Sumach path 
Tulip path 

Tulip path ^ 

Fountain avenue 
Lotus path 
Mayflower path 
Iris path 
Fountain avenue 
Rose path 
Larch avenue 
White Oak avenue 
Lotus path 
Fountain avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Lotus path 
Fountain avenue 
White Oak avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Sumach path 
Sumach path 



500 
820 

212 



320 

400 
325 

400 
400 

412 

1000 

440 

350 
350 
218 
218 

360 



480 

150 
200 



109 



Cassell, G. 


997 


Fountain avenue 




Smith, Michael H. 


998 


Fountain avenue 




Pope, Frederick, Mrs. 


999 


Rosemary path 




Cottinji, Benjamin E. 


1000 


Mount Warren avenue 


1000 


Hutchins, Simon 


1001 


Lotus path 




Brown, Asa 


1002 


Lotus path 




Wharton, Robert 


1003 


Fountain avenue 


^ 


Smith, Samuel D. 


1004 


Majliower path 




Ewell, William S. 


1005 


Mimosa path 


160 


Scott, Thomas A., and Martha 1 
Drake ' 


i 1006 


Fountain avenue 




Smith, Dwelly T. 


1007 


Geranium path 


150 


Stockwell, M. S. 


1008 


Fountain avenue 


210 


Sampson, Charles 


1009 


Lupine path 


815 


Adams, Lydia Ann 


1010 


Bellflower path 


120 


Sanford, William H. 


1011 


Magnolia avenue 


985 


Morton, Ebenezer 


1012 


Mayflower path 




Kingsley, Julia Ann 


1013 


Kalmia path 




Hall, Richard 


1014 


White Oak avenue 




Kennedy, Donald 


1015 


White Oak avenue 




Maguire, Francis 


1016 


Larch avenue 


400 


B radish, Levi J. 


1017 


Mayflower path 




Burt, Seth F. 


1018 


Lotus path 




Rollins, John W. 


1019 


Mimosa path 


150 


Whitwell, John P. 


1020 


Lotus path 




Mash, Peter 


1021 


Lotus path 




Balch, John 


1022 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


W^hiting, Samuel W. 


1023 


Mimosa path 


150 


Black, Jane 


1024 


Mimosa path 


150 


Chandler, Henry H. 


1025 


Lotus path 




Capen, Moses L. 


1026 


Mayflower path 




Bartlett, B. C. 


1027 


Lotus path 




Carnes, John 


1028 


Mimosa path 


150 


Bacon, Margaret 


1029 


Mount Warren avenue 




Grant, Charles E. 


1030 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


Weston, Oliver 


1031 


Larch avenue 


400 


Atkins, Simon P. 


1032 


Cypress avenue 


250 


Barrett, Gilman 


1033 


Cypress avenue 


250 


Lunt, James H. 


1034 


Lotus path 




Austin, Arthur W. 


1035 


Walnut avenue 


860 


Willard, Paul 


1036 


Walnut avenue 


860 


Seaver, George 


1037 


Cypress avenue 


225 


Seaver, George 


1038 


Cypress avenue 


225 


Wright, John M. 


1039 


Walnut avenue 


360 


Hersey, George E. 


1040 


Walnut avenue 


360 


Soren, John J. 


1041 


Lotus path 




Harmon, Henry M, 


1042 


Lotus path 




Reynolds, Cynthia 


1043 


Sumach path 




Reynolds, Grindall 


1044 


Sumach path 


352 


Lowd, Charles J. 


1045 


Mimosa 


150 


Page, Edward 


1046 


Lotus path 


240 


Blackbird, George 


1047 


Lotus path 




Leeds, Samuel 


1048 


Rose path 


390 


Ames, Asa 


1049 


Mimosa path 


150 


Preston, Elisha 


1050 


Rose path 


455 


Leach, Eliab 


1051 


Lotus path 





110 



Baldwin, Luke 1052 

Furber, Page 1053 

Furber, William H. H. 1054 

Child, Stephen 1055 

Dudley, Elbridge G. 1056 

Cook, William H. 1057 

Richardson, George 1058 

Cheever, William 1059 

Curtis, Hiram 1060, 

Whitney, Salmon 1061 

Cordwell, Robert H. 1062 

Pratt, Samuel F. 1063 

Fowle, John A. 1064 

Reed, Timothy 1065 

Heyer, Ellis J. 1066 

Hill, Frederick S. 1067 

Sweetser, Margaret M. 1068 

Mosely, Thomas 1069 

Hall, Martin 1070 

Davis, Ethan 1071 

Richardson, A. Augustus 1072 

Ayres, Frances E. ^ 1073 

Boyd, Francis 1074 

Stanwood, Eben C. 1075 

Tyler, John 1076 

Dudley, B. F. 1077 

Fenno, William, Mrs. 1078 

Chadwick, Joseph H. 1079 

May, William B. 1080 

Hill, William H. 1081 

Turner, Emeline F. 1082 

Rutledge, James S. 1083 
Homer, Fitzhenry, heirs of 1084 

Ellis, Freeman 1085 

Merrill, Joseph W. 1086 

Noyes, Mary 1087 

Swazey, Alexander 1088 

Kendriek, W^illiam W. 1089 

Adams, Samuel 1090 

Batchelder, George A. 1091 

Folsom, James 1092 

Thorndike, Eben B. 1093 

Barnes, David C. 1094 

Ager, Solomon 1095 

Pierce, Samuel S. 1096 

Eager, Edward R. 1097 

Marquand, John P. 1098 

Wood, Elijah R. 1099 

Wing, Benjamin F. 1100 

Metcalf, Theodore 1101 

Lewis, William K. 1102 

Wood worth, Robert N. 1103 

Walker, Samuel, Jr. 1104 

Hall, John 1105 
Waterman, Dependence S. 1106 

Waterman, Isaac 1107 



Kalmia path 
Sumach path 
Sumach path 
Sumach path 
Sumach path 
Larch avenue 
Rose path 
Rose path 
Rose path 
Rose path 
Lotus path 
Mimosa path 
Spruce avenue 
Lotus path 
Lotus path 
Mimosa path 
Kalmia path 
Lotus path 
Mimosa path 
Lotus path 
Lotus path 
Mimosa path 
Columbine path 
Columbine path 
Columbine path 
Columbine path 
Lotus path 
Rose path 
Rose path 
Rose path 
Rose path 
Hyacinth path 
Larch avenue 
Spruce avenue 
Lotus path 
Larch avenue 
Mimosa path 
Columbine path 
Kalmia path 
Fountain avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Lotus path 
Larch avenue 
Poplar avenue 
Lotus path 
Kalmia path 
Lotus path 
Kalmia path 
Lilac path 
Fountain avenue 
Larch avenue 
Honeysuckle path 
Spruce avenue 
Kalmia path 
Kalmia path 



340 
177 
177 
330 
830 



150 
320 
150 

200 

150 

280 



142 



200 



200 
200 



540 



580 
280 

270 

230 
230 



Ill 



Parker, John D. 


1108 


Spruce avenue 


Swinson, William 


1109 


Larch avenue 


Walker, Clement A. 


1110 


Rose path 


Walker, Galen, Mrs. 


1111 


Rose path 


ISletcalf, Thomas 


1112 


Rose path 


Fai-num, Henry 


1113 


Larch avenue 


Patch, Franklin F. 


1114 


Larch avenue 


Gilmore, Addison 


1115 


Cypress avenue 


Betton, George E. 


1116 


Larch avenue 


Wallace, Benjamin 


1117 


Larch avenue 


Nightingale, James W., Mrs. 


1118 


Spruce avenue 


Talbot, Aristides 


1119 


Spruce avenue 


Sprague, Charles J. 


1120 


Fountain avenue 


Sullivan, James P. 


1121 


Kalmia path 


Chorley, John 


1122 


Rose path 


White, George 


1123 


Rose path 


Hayden, Charles H. 


1124 


Rose path 


Burkhardt, Gotlieb F. 


1125 


Rose path 


Stephenson, Charles F. 


1126 


Fountain avenue 


DeLesdenier, Emily P. 


1127 


Fountain avenue 


Fowle, Edwin M. 


1128 


Spruce avenue 


Davis, Daniel C. 


1129 


Rose path 


Ar Showe, Charles 


1130 


Fountain avenue 


Morrison, D. D. 


1131 


Mimosa path 


Fernald, William M. 


1132 


Spruce avenue 


Lecompte, Francis D. 


1133 


Mimosa path 


Bacon, Joseph V. 


1134 


Consecration avenue 


Gushing, Lemuel 


1135 


Cypress avenue 


Sleeper, Hanson M. 


1136 


Cypress avenue 


Morton, Josephus 


1137 


Mayflower path 


Spare, Galen 


1138 


Spruce avenue 


Woodbury, Joseph P. 


1139 


Mount Warren avenue 


Hichborn, George R. 


1140 


Spi'uce avenue 


Pray, Amasa 


1141 


Cypress avenue 


Brevyer, Charles 


1142 


Cypress avenue 


Garden, Robert C, Mrs. 


1143 


Mimosa path 


James, Benjamin F. 


1144 


Rose path 


Gilmore, Eliab, Mrs. 


1145 


Rose path 


Starkweather, Jos. B. 1146 and 1147 


Larch avenue 


Carlton, Guy 


1148 


Larch avenue 


Barnes, Thomas P. 


114.9 


Yarrow path 


Morse, Elijah 


1150 


Spruce avenue 


FuUam, David 


1151 


Fountain avenue 


Chandler, Theophilus P. 


1152 


Magnolia avenue 


Chandler, Peleg W. 


1153 


Magnolia avenue 


Pillsbury, John C. 


1154 


Spruce avenue 


Anderson, John W., Jr. 


1155 


Spruce avenue 


Bradford, J. Russell 


1156 


Rose path 


Moore, Ann M. 


1157 


Honeysuckle path 


Nutter, Henry, heirs of 


1158 


Spruce avenue 


Gavett, Charles H. 


1159 


Lotus path 


Stevens, Henry R. 


1160 


Columbine path 


Rupp, Francis 


1161 


Yarrow path 


Gushing, Samuel T. 


1162 


Fountain avenue 


Marsh, John 


1163 


Mimosa path 


Whytal, Thomas G. 


1164 


Spruce avenue 



240 
165 



400 

240 
600 



210 

150 
350 



260 
500 
150 



400 



112 



Rogers, John, Boston 
Beecher, Laban S. 
Atherton, Caroline F. 
Damrell, William S. 
Pratt, Nancy M. 
-Norton, William 
\Dhandler, Benjamin 
Nudd, Stephen W. 
Smith, James M. 
Davis, William, Jr. 
Hardacker, David 
Walker, Eliza 
Miller, Mary A. 
Evans, Horatio 
Tucker, James, Jr. 
Proctor, Charles 
Balch, Joseph W. 
Eldridge, Asa, Mrs. 
Balch, Joseph W., trustee for 7 
Martha W. Cowing ]" 

Wesselhceft, William P. 
Haughton, James 



Singleton, John, heirs of 
Matthews, William B., Mrs. 
Lakin, Louisa 
Way, John M. 
Reed, Loring W. 
Chapman, Mary C. 
Wheeler, Ward A. 
Bod well, Charles H. 
Bartlett, George T. 
Sherman, William H. 
Sparrell, E. Kirkwood 
Clapp, William 
Worthington, Wm. F., adm'r, 
Bates, Henry M. 
Shute, William M. 
Weston, Ebenezer H. 
Stetson, Cushing 
Bowles, Robert C. M. 
Blake, Mary 
Wheeler, Theodore 
Stedman, Francis F. 
Mann, Peleg, heirs of 
Swift, William A. 
Cerry, Samuel L. 
HiUiard, Mrs. Elizabeth C. 
Frost, H. W. B. 
Atkins, Lydia Ann 
Leman, Eben C. 
Todd, Reuben J. 
Webster, John G. 
Webster, David L. 



1165 


Mimosa path 


150 


1166 


Cypress avenue 


450 


1167 


Fountain avenue 




1168 


Fountain avenue 




1169 


Mimosa path 


150 


1170 


Honeysuckle path 


240 


1171 


Lotus path 




1172 


Yarrow path 




1173 


Yarrow path 


150 


1174 


Moss path 




1175 


Honeysuckle path 


260 


1176 


Honeysuckle path 




1177 


Honeysuckle path 




1178 


Rose path 




1179 


Sumach path 


1000 


1180 


Spruce avenue 




1181 


Snow Drop path 




1182 


Snow Drop path 




1183 


Snow Drop path 




1184 






1185 


Snow Drop path 




1186 


Sumach path 


660 


1187 


Walnut avenue 


1025 


1188 


Walnut avenue 


1025 


1189 


Fountain avenue 




1190 


Honeysuckle path 




1191 


Fountain avenue 


450 


1192 


Columbine path 




1193 


Columbine path 




1194 


Fir avenue 




1195 


Spruce avenue 




1196 


Honeysuckle path 




1197 


Yarrow path 




1198 


Mayflower path 




1199 


Yarrow path 




1200 


Mimosa path 


150 


1201 


Poplar avenue 


1000 


1202 


Mimosa path 


150 


1203 


Mayflower path 




1204 


Mimosa path 


150 


1205 


Fir avenue 


350 


1206 


Fir avenue 


350 


1207 


Yarrow path 




1208 


Yarrow path 




1209 


Larch avenue 




1210 


]\Iimosa path 


150 


1211 


Spruce avenue 




1212 


Honeysuckle path 




1213 


Mimosa path 


150 


1214 


Lake avenue 




1215 


Mimosa path 


150 


1216 


Honeysuckle path 




1217 


Spruce avenue 


400 


1218 


Mayflower path 




1219 


Mayflower path 





113 



Brown, James 


1220 


Mimosa path 


150 


Warnock, Samuel L. 


1221 


Lake avenue 


340 


Ilepworth, George H. 


1222 


Lake avenue 




15rown, Benjamin F. 


1223 


Lake avenue 




Vinton, Elisha 


1224 


Poplar avenue 


400 


Seaver, Susan 


1225 


Cherry avenue 


285 


Harrington, Solomon, heirs of 


1226 


Lake avenue 




Barton, William 


1227 


Honeysuckle path 




Everett, William 


1228 


Honeysuckle path 




Osborn, John 


1229 


Yarrow path 




Spencer, William H. 


1230 


Larch avenue 




Cushins, Horace 


1231 


Poplar avenue 


400 


Collis, William H. 


1232 


Mimosa path 


150 


Ward, Sylvester H. 


1233 


Spruce avenue 


225 


Conant, Nathan D. 


1234 


Spruce avenue 


225 


Adams, William D. 


1235 


Yarrow path 




Saunders, M. M. 


1236 


Fir avenue 




Wells, Benjamin, Jr. 


1237 


Cypress avenue 


450 


Vose, James W. 


1238 


Pink path 


560 


Pope, George W. 


1239 


Spruce avenue 




Holbrook, S. F. 


1240 


Honeysuckle path 




Hastings, Sarah H. 


1241 


Mimosa path 


150 


Mitchell, Thomas S. 


1242 


Mulberry avenue 




Woodward, Sarah 


1243 


Pink path 


280 


Roberts, Edward 


1244 


Mayflower path 




Bean, Benjamin F. 


1245 


Honeysuckle path 




Hallett, Lothrop 


1246 


Pink path 




Eaton, William D. 


1247 


Spruce avenue 




Hiler, Thomas G. 


1248 


Spruce avenue 




Coffin, George 


1249 


Pyrola path 


156 


Frost, George, 1st 


1250 


Spruce avenue 


460 


Frost, Charles 


1251 


Spruce avenue 


460 


Brown, Jeremiah 


1252 


Lake avenue 




Kimball, Sylvester 


1253 


Spruce avenue 




Hall, Thomas 


1254 


Columbine path 




Smith, Charles E. 


1255 


Pyrola path 


150 


Litchfield, Lawrence 


1256 


Spruce avenue 


400 


Heilge, Charles F, 


1257 


Columbine path 




Munroe, Daniel 


1258 


Pink path 




Barnard, Mrs. William P. 


1259 


Mayflower path 




Hunkins, John H. 


1260 


Spruce avenue 




Poole, Samuel 


1261 


Spruce avenue 




Brigham, John A. 


1262 


Pink path 




Weller, Andrew, Jr. 


1263 


Pink path 




Richardson, J. C. 


1264 


Pyrola path 


150 


Walker, James 


1265 


Fountain avenue 




Weston, Matilda F. 


1266 


Pyrola path 


150 


Tufts, William 


1267 


Pyrola path 


150 


Capen, William 


1268 


Pyrola path 


150 


Emmes, Samuel 


1269 


Mulberry avenue 


985 


Southack, George 


1270 


Mulberry avenue 


985 


Gould, Thomas R. 


1271 


Cypress avenue 


450 


Mann, Henry E. 


1272 


Asphodel path 




Morris, Thomas D. 


1273 


Pyrola path 


150 


Emery, Harriet P. 


1274 


Pyrola path 


150 


Shed, Samuel A. 


1275 


Mulberry avenue 





14 



114 



Bragg, TVm. M. 
risk, Samuel C. 
Knights, Frederick M. 
Aikin, James B. 
Keating, John F. 
Chase, Samuel S. 
Wakefield, Elizabeth 
Brooman, George 
Wilson, Lewis B. 
Hale, Robert 
Paradise, William T. 
Sargent, Joseph 
Sargent, Henry 
Eouse, Samuel M. B. 
Calrow, Joseph 
Damrell, John S. 
Pierce, Samuel B. 
Saville, William O. 
Lindsley, Joseph C. 
Gibbs, Eufus 
Loring, Elisha T. 
King, Franklin 
Kins, Franklin 
Wood, Ezra F. 
Whittington, Granville N, 
Sargent, Cyrus 
Crockett, Selden 
Eichardson, Isaac T. 
Crawford, James 
O'Brine, William 
Fobes, Horace 
Pastor, Caroline 
Clark, John 
Association, Boston Young ] 



Men's Christian 
Tenner, Nathaniel F. 
Toby, Seth 
Hovey, Elbridge A. 
D'Wolf, John L. 
Hopkins, Solomon 
Eobinson, John T. 
Partridge, Artemas 
Partridge, Adin 
Walmsley, Henry 
Porter, Charles 
May, John W. 
Ward, William H. 
White, Charles G. 
Drury, Mary Jane 
Elliott, James E. 
Wood, James F. 
Wright, William 
Fowle, William B. 
Fowle, William B, 
Stiles, Hosea B. 
Allen, Thomas J, 



) 



1276 


Honeysuckle path 




1-277 


Columbine path 


287 


1278 


Columbine path 


287 


12 79 


Pyrola path 


150 


1280 


Columbine path 




1281 


Lake ayenue 




1282 


Pyrola path 


150 


1283 


Pyrola path 


150 


1284 


Honeysuckle path 


180 


1285' 


Spruce ayenue 


330 


1286 


Pyrola path 


150 


1287 


Pink path 


207 


1288 


Pink path 


207 


1289 


Pyrola path 


188 


1290 


Pyrola path 


150 


1291 


Poplar ayenue 


400 


1292 


Ehododendron path 


450 


1293 


Columbine path 




1294 


Pink path 


307 


1295 


Pink path 


307 


1296 


Pink path 




1297 


Pink path 




1298 


Pink path 




1299 


Yarrow path 


380 


1300 


Pink path 




1301 


Pink path 


400 


1302 


Pink path 




1303 


Pyrola path 


150 


1304 


Honeysuckle path 


ISO 


1305 


Pyrola path 


150 


1306 


Columbine path 




1307 


Arethusa path 


150 


1308 


Honeysuckle path 


240 


1309 


Pyrola path 


211 


1310 


Lake avenue 




1311 


Arethusa path 


225 


1312 


Pyrola path 


150 


1313 


Wabon path 


90 


1314 


Pink path 




1315 


Pyrola path 


150 


1316 


Lake avenue 




1317 


Lake avenue 


420 


1318 


Pink path 




1319 


Pyrola path 


150 


1320 


Columbine path 




1321 


Pink path 




1322 


Pyrola path 


150 


1323 


Pyrola path 


150 


1324 


Pink path 




1325 


Arethusa path 


180 


1326 


Cypress avenue 


352 


1327 


Asphodel path 


220 


1328 


Ashphodel path 


220 


1329 


Honeysuckle path 


240 


1330 


Mulberry avenue 





115 



Aeorn, Jcrusha 
Ladd, William H. 
Kjimsay, James S. 
rioojis, Stephen F. 
Kidder, Henry P. 
lUirrage, William 
Howes, Willis 
Brown, John N. 
Mansur, Gilman, heirs of 
Putnam, Silas S. 
Pope, William 
Curtis, John 
Estabrook, Benjamin 
"W^aterman, ]\Ielzar 
Sanborn, Ira E., Jr. 
Tremlitt, Cordelia 
Frost, Eben R. 
Montague, Samuel R. 
jSIntter, Charles C. 
Winchester, William H. 
Dudley, Henry 
Kennard, Martin P. 
Chapin, Nathaniel G. 
Freeman, Watson 
Stone, Ebenezer 
Josselyn, Alonzo 
Harlow, William H. 
Hosley, Benjamin 
Shepard, John 
Kendall, Thomas 
Turner, Job A. 
Lewis, Sarah B. 
Kent, Eleanor, Mrs. 
Prouty, D wight 
Pearce, Nelson 
Cuahing, Lemuel 
Wiggin, George H. 
Monks, John P., heirs of 
Fauchney, David 
Quincy, John W. 
Clark, William D. 
Green, Capt. Benjamin G. 
Lash, Augustus F. 
Stevens, Albert H. 
Hicks, Samuel D. 
Badger, Erastus B. 
Bere, John 
Brown, Dorcas, Mrs. 
White, George 
Barker, George T. 
Anderson, John 
Anderson, William S. 
Briggs, Harrison O. 
Briggs, Edwin 
Powers, Eliza A. 
Butler, David P. 



1331 


Mulberry avenue 




1332 


Arethusa path 


180 


1333 


Honeysuckle path 




1334 


Arethusa path 


1 50 


1335 


Pink path 


700 


133G 


Rhododendron path 


GOO 


1337 


Columbine path 




1338 


Lake avenue 




1339 


Columbine path 




1340 


Lake avenue 




1341 


Rhododendron path 


494 


1342 


Pyrola path 


150 


1343 


Pyrola path 


275 


1344 


Crocus path 




1345 


Pink path 




1346 


Asphodel path 


500 


1347 


Spruce avenue 




1348 


Spruce avenue 




1349 


Rhododendron path 




1350 


Columbine path 




1351 


Lake avenue 




1352 


Snow Drop path 




1353 


Snow Drop path 




1354 


Cypress avenue 




1355 


Pink path 




1356 


Spruce avenue 


385 


1357 


Bignonia path 




1358 


Lake avenue 




1359 


Lake avenue 




1360 


Bignonia path 


200 


1361 


Bignonia path 


510 


1362 


Fountain avenue 




1363 


Pyrola path 


150 


1364 


Columbine path 




1365 


Columbine path 




1366 


Cypress avenue 


450 


1367 


Pyrola path 


150 


1368 


Mount Warren avenue 


600 


1369 


Pyrola path 


150 


1370 


Mount Warren avenue 


600 


1371 


Pyrola path 


150 


13 72 


Pink path 




1373 


Pyrola path 


150 


1374 


Lake avenue 




1375 


Rock Maple avenue 




1376 


Rock Maple avenue 




1377 


Columbine path 


200 


1378 


Columbine path 


200 


1379 


Pyrola path 


150 


1380 


Asphodel path 


320 


1381 


Lake avenue 


180 


1382 


Lake avenue 


180 


1383 


Pink path 


360 


1384 


Pink path 


360 


1385 


Pyrola path 


150 


1386 


Arethusa path 


150 



116 



Lincoln, Charles, N. M. 
Butler, David P. 

Young, Edward, Mrs. 
Bryant, Nathaniel 
Pierce, Oliver 
Gage, Seth 
Janes, Daniel W. 
Cutter, Ezekiel VV. 
Pease, Giles 

Fitzgerald, Charles J., Mrs. 
PoUex, Augustus E. 
Parker, George J., estate of 
Hilton, Thomas 
MuUikin, Edward W. 
Tuttle, Mary B. 
Hall, David 
Hadley, Henry T. 
Heathfield, Thomas D. 
Holden, Leonard P. 
Everett, Eliza G. 
Ivreissman, Augustus 
Elms, Cornelius 
Horn, Andrew 
Hartford, Benjamin B. 
Howard, William H. 
Dean, Samuel B. 
Haynes, John C. 
Haynes, William C. 
Kingsbury, Franklin 
Reynolds, Edward B. 
Elms, James C. 
Little, George B., Mrs. 
Gale, Lydia, Mrs. 
Gardner, William H. 
Lyon, George 
Bartlett, Enoch, estate of 
Clark, Timothy Franklin 
Webster, Andrew S. 
Cooper, Isaac C. 
Ladd, Albert W. 

Spaulding, Bufus H. 
Tar bell, Eben 
Tarbell, Eben R. 
Hancock, Henry 
Butler, Joel 
Willis, Thomas 
Kauffer, John T. 
Colburn, Hiram 
Bradstreet, Elizabeth 
Mendum, John A. 
Whittemore, Joel 
Stone, Nathan 
Watson, Lucia M. 
Flint, John 



1387 Yarrow path 

1388 Arethusa path 

1389 Arethusa path 

1390 Rhododendron path 

1391 Honeysuckle path 

1392 Pink path 

1393 Pink path 

1394 Arethusa path 

1395 Crocus path 

1396 ' Rhododendron path 

1397 Arethusa path 

1398 Pyrola path 

1399 Wigelia path 

1400 Arethusa path 

1401 Crocus path 

1402 Arethusa path 

1403 Spruce avenue 

1404 Pyrola path 

1405 Pink path 

1406 Pink path 

1407 Pink path 

1408 Arethusa path 

1409 Pyrola path 

1410 Arethusa path 

1411 Pyrola path 

1412 Bignonia path 

1413 Bignonia path 

1414 Rhododendron path 

1415 Rhododendron path 

1416 Rhododendron path 

1417 Honeysuckle path 

1418 Rhododendron path 

1419 Rock Maple avenue 

1420 Arethusa path 

1421 Arethusa path 

1422 Rhododendron path 

1423 Wigelia path 

1424 Arethusa path 

1425 Pink path 

1426 Lake avenue 

1427 Lake avenue 
1428 

1429 Arethusa path 

1430 Spruce avenue 

1431 Spruce avenue 

1432 Arethusa path 

1433 Arethusa path 

1434 Arethusa path 

1435 Arethusa path 

1436 Arethusa path 

1437 Crocus path 

1438 Arethusa path 

1439 Arethusa path 

1440 Crocus path 

1441 Yarrow path 

1442 Poplar avenue 



150 
150 
345 

172 
172 
150 



150 
150 

150 

150 
280 
150 



150 
150 
150 
150 
265 
265 
200 
200 



150 
150 



360 
150 



150 
210 
210 
150 
150 
150 
150 
150 

150 
150 



200 



117 



Gore, Watson 
AVells, Thomas F. 
Goodrich, Emily 
Davis, John G. 
James, Benjamin 
Stetson, Alpheus M. 
Stetson, Alpheus 
Kising, Darius B. 
Horn, Benjamin F. 
Crook, Henry 
Ilawkes, Benjamin 
Butler, George 
James, William E. 
Dexter, Anson 
Leeds, Hannah H. 
Robinson, Thomas W. 
Lovejoy, Charles J. 
Burrage, T. F. 
Palmer, Edward D. G. 
Gale, Lydia, Mrs., 2d 

Lyford, Nathaniel 
Benton, Austin W. 
Steele, Sarah A. G. S. 
Lane, Charles L. 
Wallcut, Robert F. 
Bailey, Daniel S. 
Wright, Sophia H. 
Whittemore, Rowell 
Putnam, Benjamin W. 
Forsyth, William 
Ormsbee, Marcus 



Swain, Charles D. 
Craft, Thaddeus C. 
Blaney, George A. 
Baker, Eliphalet 
Goodwin, Julia A., Mrs. 
Waldmyer, Benjamin 
Prescott, Joseph 0. 
Binney, Matthew 
Ellis, Nathan 
Westcott, Stephen 
Bartlett, Ann J. 
Bradford, Samuel D. 
Williams, Elijah 
Davis, Joseph 
Haskell, Thomas F. 
Meads, John B. 
Conant, Charles O. 
Lovejoy, William B. 
Simson, Colin 
Bradt, Herman D. 
Fowler, Edmund B. 
Rice, Edward E. 



1443 Poplar avenue 200 

1444 Wigelia path .'{75 
144.5 Brook ])ath 150 
144G Pink path 

1447 Rhododendron path 

1448 Rhododendron path 

1449 Rhododendron path 

1450 Rhododendron path 

1451 Crocus path 320 

1452 Arethusa path 150 

1453 Rhododendron path 

1454 Arethusa path 150 

1455 Asphodel path 200 

1456 Asphodel path 200 

1457 Pyrola path 150 

1458 Pink path 

1459 Brook path 150 

1460 Crocus path 

1461 Rock Maple avenue 225 

1462 Rock Maple avenue 225 
1463 

1464 Crocus path 

1465 Crocus path 

1466 Crocus path 

1467 Crocus path 

1468 Arethusa path 150 

1469 Arethusa path 150 

1470 Arethusa path 150 

1471 Rhododendi-on path 

1472 Wigelia path 

1473 Arethusa path 150 

1474 Brook path 200 

1475 Brook path 
1476 

1477 Spruce avenue 460 

1478 Spruce avenue 460 

1479 Rhododendron path 

1480 Yarrow path 

1481 Lake avenue 

1482 Rhododendron path 

1483 Crocus path 

1484 Crocus path 310 

1485 Crocus path 310 

1486 Rhododendron path 520 

1487 Brook path 150 

1488 Asphodel path 500 

1489 Wigelia and Lily path 2500 

1490 Lake avenue 600 

1491 Brook path 150 

1492 Cornell path 320 

1493 Brook path 150 

1494 Rhododendron path 

1495 Arethusa path 150 

1496 Arethusa path 150 

1497 Brook path 150 

1498 Lake avenue