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City Document— No. 2. 

THE 
SEVENTEENTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 



Cotnmitte on ^aflimts 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



CITY OF ROXBMY, 

FOR THE 
YEAR ENBINCJ JANUAR"E" 31st, 1863. 




ROXBURY: 
JOHN M. HEWES, PKINTER. 

1863. 



€ii^ nf Enxlitin[» 



In Board of Aldermen, March 9, 1863. 

Ordeukd, That twenty-eight 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 the same to 
be distributed among the inhabitants of the City. 

Passed and sent down for concurrence. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 

In Common Council, March 9, 1863. 
Concurred. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk. 



REPORT 



OF THE 



COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTS. 



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

EEPOET. 

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, 1863, 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 $517,580 31. 

There was remaining in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 

1862, a balance of $62,564 97 

And the amount received for the year, from all 

sources, as per account of the Treasurer, is . 527,006 83 



Making a total of . . $589,571 80 



Of this sum there was received : — 

From Taxes assessed in 1862, . $257,041 20 

" Loans authorized, . . 236,034 06 

" Commonwealth and other 
sources, for Pauper Ac- 
counts, .... 248 03 

" Income of City Property, rent 

of wharves, houses, &c., . . 1,430 32 

« Sales of Stony Brook land, . 4,333 66 

" Sales of Brook Farm, . . 2,158 20 

• " Sales of Munroe land, . . 1,044 44 

" Joseph W. Tucker, for fees 

received, . . . 215 00 

" Joseph W. Tucker, for dog 

licenses, . . . 356 00 

" Goodwin & Wilder, for li- 
cense, .... 25 00 

" Ariel I. Cummings, for fees 

received, . . . 645 63 

" Phineas B. Smith, Jr., for 
fees received, 

" Watering streets, 

" Edge-stone and bricks, 

" Dudley H. Bailey, for horse, 

" Sewer, Dudley Street, 

" Sewer, Eustis Street, . 

" Sewer, Davis Street, . 

" Sewer, Plymouth Street, 

" Dana & Sanborn, for brick, . 

" Commonwealth, for aid to 

families of Volunteers, . 9,145 39 

" Rufus Wyman, for money re- 
funded, .228 59 

" Evan R. Jones, for bounty 

refunded, ... 100 00 



1,654 08 


2,206 


11 


2,910 


87 


55 


75 


1,908 


72 


2,129 


23 


301 58 


16 


60 


552 


00 



Amount carried forward, $524,640 46 





Amount Irouglit forivard, 


$524,640 46 


From Spear & Binnej, for house 






offal, .... 


97 13 


(( 


Ezra Young, for house offal, . 


229 00 


(( 


Metropolitan Railroad Co., for 






repairs on lamp, 


8 52 


(( 


Commonwealth of Massachu- 






setts, from School Fund, . 


1,085 84 


(( 


Interest on Taxes, 


945 88 


a 


Balance on hand, Feb. 1,1862, 


62,564 97 



$589,571 80 



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 $517,580 31. 

And these Expenditures were chargeable to the following 
appropriations or accounts, viz. : — 



To Schools, for Teachers' . salaries 




fuel and contingencies, 


$45,421 47 


" Roxburj Grammar School, 


500 00 


" Support of Poor, . ' . 


9,212 91 


" House Offal, . . . . 


1,692 48 


" Repairs of Highways, 


30,832 83 


" Madison Square, 


8,907 43 


" Widening Washington Street, 


398 84 


" Widening Plymouth Street, 


500 00 


" Widening Lambert Avenue, 


396 19 


" Widening Warren Street, 


75 75 


" Widening Walnut Street, 


126 00 


" Sewers, 


1,326 84 


" Sewer, Dudley Street, 


20 00 


" Sewer, Plymouth Street, . 


2,092 75 


" Sewer, Winslow Street, . 


488 47 


Amount carried forward, 


$102,051 96 


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Amount brought forward, 
To Sewer, Sumner Street, . 
" Pay of Firemen, 
" Contingent Expenses of Fire 

Department, 
" Reservoirs, 
" Watch and Police, . 
" Lamps, 

" Citj Debt and Interest, . 
" Aid to Families of Volunteers 
" Bounty to Volunteers, 
" Salaries of City Officers, . 
" Militia, 
" New Wharf, . 
" State Tax, . 
" County Tax, . 
" Abatement of Taxes, 
" Discount of Taxes, . 
" Contingent Expenses, 



$102,051 96 

374 16 

9,938 60 

4,611 11 

1,200 00 

16,088 61 

11,752 68 

163,701 96 

68,862 90 

61,937 17 

7,575 00 

950 00 

250 00 

45,882 00 

19,972 32 

3,258 11 

8,093 62 

11,080 21 



Showing a balance, and remaining in the Treasury, 



$517,580 81 
71,991 49 



Making 



,571 80 



The City Debt on the first of February, 1862, as 

per account of last year, was . . . . $721,215 00 

Of this sum, there has been paid during the year, 

when falling due, " . 122,000 00 



$599,215 00 



And this sum has been increased by loans author- 
ized, for renewal of a portion of the City Debt 
and other purposes, 231,850 00 



$831,065 00 



The times -when this sum becomes payable, may be seen bj 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 aid to Families of Volunteers, 

" Bounty to Volunteers, 

" City Debt, 

" Madison Square, 

" Repairs of Highways, 

" Support of Poor, 
In anticipation of Taxes, . 



$50,000 00 

52,000 00 

51,850 00 

6,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

65,000 00 



$231,850 00 

There has been received for the sales of land, the sum of 
$7,536 80, and this has been appropriated towards the reduction 
of the City Debt, in conformity to a vote of the City Council. 

There remain in the Treasury the notes of sundry individuals, 
secured by mortgage, of $24,450 64, which, as they become 
due, will be appropriated to the liquidation of the City Debt, as 
directed. 

There is due from the Commonwealth, for amount disbursed to 
families of volunteers for the year 1862, $38,520 46. 

There is yet outstanding, and due from sundry individuals, 
for sewer assessments and for bills for edge-stones and bricks, 

$8,876 72. 

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 



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the order of the Commissioners, to be applied bj them in the 
manner provided bj 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, 1862, to February 1, 1863, from sun- 
dry persons, for sales and grading lots, including 
balance on hand, was $39,776 14 

And the amount paid upon the drafts or orders of 

Commissioners, for the same period, was . . 31,874 05 



Leaving a balance in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 1863, $7,902 09 

The Cemetery Debt, Feb, 1, 1862, was . . 7,000 00 

Of which there has been paid during the year, . 1,000 00 



Reducing the debt to . . $6,000 00 

Note. During the past year the Commissioners of Forest Hills Cemeteiy 
have invested the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars in United States Government 
securities. 

Annexed are statements of the unexpended balances of the 
appropriations of the previous year, and the appropriations and 
transfers of 1862 ; — 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 ; 



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Report of the City Registrar, — Tabular Statement of Births, 
Marriages and Deaths, — Mortuary Statistics ; 
Report of the City Marshal ; 
Report of the Commissioner of Streets ; 
Report of the Chief Engineer of the Fire Department. 

All of which is respectfully submitted, 

SAMUEL LITTLE, 1 

MOSES H. DAY, 

GEORGE ONION, [ Committee 

FRANCIS W. WELCH, "^^ Accounts. 
FRANKLIN CURTIS, 
EoxBURY, March 9, 1863. 



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APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES. 



The Appropriations made by the City Council for different purposes in 
1862, 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, 1862 Si 1,304 60 

APPROPRIATION 46,700 00 

" for fuel 2,500 00 

$60,504 60 

EXPENDITURES. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 
Paid for INSTRUCTION— 
To Samuel M. "Weston, Principal • • • • 2,000 00 

" George H. Goreley, Assistant 750 00 

" Sarah A. M. Gushing, " 600 00 

" Eunice T. Plumer, " 208 33 

" Julia P. Brooks, » • • • • . 100 00 

3,658 33 

DUDLEY SCHOOL. 
Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Sarah J. Baker, Principal 500 00 

" Emmie C. Allen, Assistant 375 00 

*' Jennie S. Leavitt, " 375 00 

" Clara B. Tucker, " 350 00 

" Helen J. Otis, « 350 00 

" Eliza Brown, " 322 92 

■ 2,272 92 

WASHINGTON SCHOOL.^ 
Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To John Kneeland, Principal 1,500 00 

" Harriet E. Burrell, Assistant 375 00 

" Anna M. Williams, " 375 00 

Amount carried forward, 2,250 00 



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Amount hrougld forward, 2,250 00 

To Delia Mansfield, Assistant 350 GO 

» Eebecca A. Jordan, " 350 00 

. « Harriet M. Daniel, « 350 00 

" Caroline C. Drown, " 375 00 



3,675 00 



DEAEBORN SCHOOL. 

Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To William H. Long, Principal 1,500 00 

" Maria L. Tincker, Assistant 375 00 

" Rebecca R. Pettingell, " 375 00 

" Sarah S. Adams, " 343 75 

" Henrietta M. Young, " 350 00 

^' Frances L. Breeden, " 347 90 

" Anna M. Backup, " 321 75 

" Margaret E. Davis, « 334 37 

" Ellen A. Marean, " 375 00 

" Caroline J. Nash, " 350 00 

*' Clementine B. Thompson, Assistant 306 25 

" Mary G. Hewes, " 350 00 

« Louisa J. Fisher, " 350 00 

^' Louisa E. Harris, " 43 75 



COMINS SCHOOL. 
Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Daniel W. Jones, Principal 1,400 00 

" Mary C. Eaton, Assistant 375 00 

" Elizabeth W. Young, " 350 00 

" Almira W. Chamberline, " 350 00 

" Lizzie A. Morse, " 437 50 

" Charlotte P. Williams, « 350 00 

" Anna L. Tucker, " 350 00 

^' Alice C. Pierce, " 375 00 

" Sarah M. Vose, « 350 00 

" Emma M. Tafft, " 206 73 

" Esther M. Nickerson, « 350 00 

" Carrie K. Nickerson, " 350 00 

" Sarah E. Field, " 274 04 



5,722 77 



5,518 27 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 
Paid for INSTRUCTION— 
To Sophronia F. Wright, Principal 

Paid for MUSIC and DRAWING— 

To Charles Butler, teaching music 

" Benj. F. Nutting, teaching drawing 

Amount carried forward, 



Fkancis Street. 



250 00 
250 00 



450 00 



500 00 



$21,797 29 



13 

Amount hrougJit forward, $21,797 29 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

No. 1. Paid Lizzie M. Wood, instruction 283 33 

" 2. » Anna M. Balch, " 300 00 

" 3. " Susan F. Rowe, " 295 75 

" 5. « Mary F. Neal, " • • 300 00 

" 6. " Emma C. Wales, " 300 00 

" 7. " Mary L. Walker, " "• 300 00 

" 8. " Elizabeth E. Backup, " 300 00 

" 9. " Clara M. Adams, " 300 00 

" 10. " S. Louisa Durant, " 300 00 

" 11. " Eliza D. Cole, " 250 00 

" 11. " ElizaJ. Goss, " 45 82 

" 12. « KateF. Mayall, " 300 00 

" 13. " S. Louisa Dove, " 25 00 

" 13. " Anna G. Fillebrown, " 290 42 

" 14. " Sarah E. Field, " 25 96 

" 14. " Olive E. Emery, " 252 08 

" 15. " Cornelia J. Bills, " 375 00 

" 16. " Mary C. Williams, " 300 00 

" 17. " Sarah J. Davis, " 300 00 

" 18. " Eliza G. Lewis, " 296 60 

" 19. " Sarah W. Holbrook, " 300 00 

" 20. " Elizabeth H. Hall, " 281 25 

" 21. " Caroline N. Heath, " 300 00 

" 22. " Anna M.Eaton, " 300 00 

" 23. " Anna E. Clark, " 300 00 

" 24. " Mary E. Tucker, " 281 25 

" 25. " Mary E. Munroe, " 283 64 

" 26. " Charlotte C. Simpson, "■ 225 00 

" 26. " Mary L. Gore, " 68 75 

" 27. " Asenath Nichols, " 300 00 

" 28. " Sarah A. P. Fernald, » • 300 00 

" 29. " Martha H. Horn, " 300 00 

" 30. " Henrietta M. Wood, " . . 300 00 

" 31. " Mary A. Morse, " ....... 300 00 

" 32. " M. L. Josephine Perry, " 300 00 

" 33. " Matilda M. Hutchins, " 150 00 

" 33. " Mary F. Drown, " 137 50 

" 34. " Almira B. Russell, " 300 00 

" 35. " Frances N. Brooks, " 300 00 

" 36. " Maria L. Young, " 300 00 

•' 37. " Anna E. Boynton, " 300 00 

" 38. " Fanny H. C. Bradley, " 279 16 

" 40. " Sarah H. Hosmer, " 300 00 

" 41. " Caroline C. Jennison, " 300 00 

" 42. ■" Mary C. Bartlett, " 297 36 

" 43. " Susan H. Blaisdell, " 235 33 

" 43. " H. B. Scammel, " 42 74 

" 44. " Josephine G. Thaxter, " 37 67 

" 45. " Mary E. Johnson, " 252 08 



$12,511 69 



Amount carried forward, $34,308 98 

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14 



Amount brought forward, $34,308 98 

CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF SCHOOLS. 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonas Pierce, Jr., Curator, • • • 699 96 

u " " " pd. for making fires, sweep- 
ing, cleaning, &c. 1,205 47 

" Mrs. Moore, cleaning, - 9 82 

" Sophronia F. Wright, cleaning, 2 40 

" E. W. Noyes, brooms, mats, &c. 129 33 

" Nelson Wortlien, " " " 5^3 

" William Seaver, " " " 103 99 

" Swain & Craft, " " " 69 15 

" Francis Freeman, " " " 3 75 

" Tho. M. Lewis, carpenter's work, 49 00 

" Eben B. Rumrill, " 2 25 

" John Gilbert, " 83 00 

" William Morse, " 3 2o 

" John M. Marston, » • 303 58 

** Johnson & Leavitt, " 75 18 

*' Fabius Rose, " 27 99 

^' George Simpson, " 12 93 

" Jarvis W. Dean, " 3 50 

•" Mich. McElaney, " 1140 

^' James Crawford, " 14 96 

" Alvin M. Robbins, " 37 29 

'' Horatio G. Simpson, " 3 55 

" George Curtis, lumber 38 30 

*' Nelson Curtis, mason work 1 7 52 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, » 582 10 

" Soloman Sanborn, ' '^^f on 

« Thomas Parker, repairs 1 ^^ 

^' John A. Cracklin, " 1125 

^' H. R. Taylor, curtains and repairs, 104 50 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work, &c. 179 59 

» William White, furnace work, &c. 179 86 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 18 13 

" Charles H. Hudson, " \f 

" Whiting & Clapp, castings -, o? ^n 

" Joseph L. Ross, desks and seats 1 ib ou 

" Wm. G. Shattuck, " " " '^^'^ 2? 

" James McMann, repairing slates ^^ vn 

" John Bowdlear, repairing pumps 62 70 

» Geo. Bowdlear, » " 11 ^0 

'' Chester M. Gay, " " 10 05 

" Phineas D. Allen, « » 14 99 

" Henry Glynn, blacksmith's work ■ 112 

" John Carruthers, repairing clocks ■'■'* f^ 

" George Harlow, « " 3 50 

" Square G. Brooks, « » 10 00 

" L. D. Davenport, clocks 14 00 

" Howard & Co., » 42 00 

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks 2 J »o . 

Amount carried forward, 4,759 65 S34,308 98 



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Amount hr ought forward,, $4,759 65 

To W. H. H. Youn?, cleaning vaults 107 00 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, painting and glazing 97 29 

«' G. W. Wilson, " " 11 93 

" Charles Erskine, " •' 19 55 

" U. T. Brownell, « « 1 88 

« C. M. Littlefield, " *' 4 75 

" Nelson Curtis, rent of school-room 124 00 

" Alvah G. Parker, " " 125 00 

" Moses Gragg, rent 10 00 

" Edward Wise, labor • 32 00 

" Owen Nawn, gravel and carting 225 55 

" Michael Fitzmorris, gravel and carting 49 50 

" James B. Peirce, carting 40 19 

"John Backup, books 516 29 

" William Henshaw, " 5 00 

" William T. Spear, " 38 42 

" Homer & McCaughey, " 5 53 

" D. Appleton, « 18 48 

" Alexander Stuart, " 145 62 

" John M. Hewes, " 3 75 

» J. M. Whittemore & Co., " 29 00 

" Horatio G. Morse, maps 7 00 

" A. R. Gay, stationery 3 00 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 287 95 

" Wm. H. Hutchinson, " 10 00 

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct Co., water 70 40 

" Boston Belting Co., pipe 6 90 

" Brown & McCarty, carriage hire 13 00 

" Wiggin & Chapman, cloth 4 35 

" W. & A. Bacon, " 5 12 

" N. B. Chamberlin & Son, philosophical instru- 
ments 4 00 

" Walker & Co., trees 8 00 

" Joseph Alford, tuning pianofortes 1 25 

" Charles Butler, use of " 100 00 

" S. M. Weston, paid travelling expenses 5 08 

" Gideon B. Richmond, snow guards 169 30 

Paid for SERVICES OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE— 

To Horatio G. Morse, for services 150 00 

" John S. Sleeper, " 75 00 

" George Putnam, " 75 00 

" Franklin Williams, " 100 00 

" William A. Crafts, " ■••• 20 00 

" John D. McGili, " 37 50 

" Ira Allen, " 80 00 

" A. I. Cummings, « 75 00 

" John W. Olmstead, « 75 00 

" Jeremiah Plympton, " 75 00 

" George W. Adams, " 75 00 



$34,308 98 



$7,064 73 



Amount carried forioard, 



837 50 $41,373 71 



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Amount hr ought forward, 837 50 $41,373 71 

To Sylvester Bliss, for services 75 00 

" Alfred P. Putnam, " 35 00 

" Joshua Seaver, " 80 00 

" " " " as Secretary 100 00 

$1,127 50 

Paid for fuel- 
To William Clark, for coal 2,466 51 

" J. E. Adams & Co., " 177 66 

" John Mclnnis, " 13 12 

" Daniel TiiFany, charcoal, 184 30 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal 78 67 

$2,920 26 

Total amount of expenses for High, Grammar and 

Primary Schools, -with contingencies $45,421 47 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $15,083 13. 



ROXBURY GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 125 00 

APPROPRIATION 500 00 



EXPENDITURES. 

To James Guild, Treasurer 250 00 

« Supply C. Thwing, " 250 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $125 00. 



$625 00 



$500 00 



SUPPORT OF POOR. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, 578 54 

Received of other cities and towns, for support of 

paupers 98 03 

" of Ezra Young, for sale of sundries- •• • 150 00 

APPROPRIATION April 1, 1862 2,000 00 

« 7,000 00 



),826 57 



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EXPENDITURES. 
Paid for SUPPLIES AT ALMSHOUSE— 

To George B. Faunce, groceries 169 76 

" Isaac H. Meserve, " 543 18 

" Morse Brothers, " 69 61 

" Nelson Worthen, " 181 47 

" William Seaver, " 38 14 

» G. W. & H. W. Pierce, meat, &c. 549 74 

" Matthew Harris, fish 35 47 

" Joseph B. Young, shoes 103 67 

« W. & A. Bacon, dry goods 119 81 

" Wiggin & Chapman, " 112 13 

" Henry Dudley, grain 200 54 

" (ieorge Curtis, lumber 145 90 

" H. L. Lunt, carpenter's work 161 30 

" Nelson Curtis, mason's work ,62 80 

" Ezra Young, supplies 1,1 78 29 

« « " services 500 00 

" Mary McCarty, " 104 00 

" Sarah Kidder, nurse 7 00 

" S. E. Chubbuck & Son, heating apparatus 55 70 

" John W. Lord, stove ^ 18 74 

" J. M. & G. H. Pike, wood 94 00 

" William Clark, coal 168 90 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 18 64 

" Roxbury Gas Light Company, gas 40 74 

" E. M. Stodder & Co., ice 12 00 

" A. D. Williams, milk 21 40 

" Hiram Carleton, harness work 10 17 

" John S. Flint, physician 200 00 

" Moses H. Webber, blacksmith's work 31 46 

" Henry White, medicine 11 76 

" Ira Allen, " 8 50 

*' William J. Mathes, carriage hire • • • • 2 50 

" Brown & McCarty, " 9 50 

" Joshua Seaver, as Secretary, 50 00 

Paid for SUPPLIES OUT OF THE HOUSE— 

To James B. Page, fuel V 678 24 

" John Mclnnis, " • • 226 10 

« J. E. Adams & Co., " • • 356 87 

« Allen Putnam & Co., " 206 25 

« Edward Preston, « \ 16 00 

« Horace Caldwell, " 2 50 

« J. M. & G. H. Pike, " 322 12 

" William Clark, « 238 00 

«' William Seaver, groceries 226 50 

" Zeb. C. Perry, " 54 00 

" George B. Faunce, " 5 00 

« Joyce & White, « 27 00 

Amount carried forward^ $2,358 58 

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S5,036 82 



$5,036 82 



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Amount Irouglt forward, $2,358 58 S5,03e 82 

To Nelson Worthen, groceries • 27 00 

" McElroy & Co., " • 17 00 

" James Nason, " 5 00 

" David K. Reed, " 50 00 

" Charles W. Newell, " 34 00 

« Michael McDonough, " 2 00 

« Swain & Craft, " 3 00 

" Wilder Beal, " 5 00 

"W. &A. Bacon, " 6 00 

" Joshua Seaver, supplies 156 22 , 

" " " services 300 00 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing • 812 

" William Worthen, making fires 20 75 

" Jos. S. Waterman, coffins 46 50 

« John Heintz, " 10 00 

« John C. Seaver, burials- 208 75 

" William Manning, " • • • 75 00 

" Robert J. Claxton, stove • • • • 7 00 



Paid to other CITIES AND TOWNS AND THE 
STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL. 

To City of Boston, • • • 94 20 

« " Lynn • ■ 29 75 

« « Charlestown 10 25 

« Town of Randolph • 14 50 

" " Natick, 62 77 

« Trueworthy D. Palmer • 225 00 

" State Lunatic Hospital 400 70 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $430 95. 



HOUSE OFFAL. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 333 82 

Received of Spear & Binney, for offal 9713 

« of Ezra Young, " 229 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriat'n, 1861-62 100 00 

« « « «' 1862-63 1,000 00 



$3,338 92 



$837 17 



$9,212 91 
Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1862-63 182 71 



$9,395 62 



$1,759 95 



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EXPENDITURES. 

To Miles Sweeney, collecting ofFal *• • 360 00 

" Stephen Edwards, " 360 00 

" JohnNavin, " 312 00 

« John Carey, " 258 00 

" Peter Mulvey, " 48 00 

" Ezra Young, superintending, 92 55 

" Henry Dudley, hay and grain 216 31 

" M. H. Webber, blacksmith's' work 45 62 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $67 47. 



$1,692 48 



1,618 91 



REPAIES OF HIGHWAYS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863 4,446 18 

Received for watering streets 2,206 11 

" " edge-stones 2,910 87 

" of D. H. Bayley, for horse 55 75 

" for Loan authorized 5,000 00 

APPROPRIATION 20,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 
Paid for LABOR— 

To Moses H. Webber, Commissioner 999 96 

" Robert Bell, labor 432 00 

" Thomas M. Cotton, " 396 00 

" Daniel Dolan, » 360 00 

" John H. Randall, " •• 408 00 

" Samuel A. Howard, " 408 00 

" Silman Smith, " 432 00 

" Patrick Surplus, " 396 00 

" James McDermot, " 25 99 

" James Kenney, " 1 7 00 

" Patrick Cagney, " 20 00 

" Nehemiah Mack, " 776 00 

" John McDonald, " 86 33 

« Michael Kelley, " 196 00 

" Jeremiah Callahan, " 16 33 

" Pay rolls of labor to sundry persons 7,241 86 

« Charles D. Bickford, labor 10 40 

Paid for CARTING, GRAVEL, STONE AND PAV- 
ING— 

To Owen Nawn, carting and gravel 3,898 68 

« Jaffrey Holland, « « 321 36 

« James Carey, « « 318 42 

Amount carried forward^ 4,538 46 $12,22187 



12,221 87 



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Amount hrought forward, 4,538 46 $12,221 87 

To Michael Mahoney, carting and gravel 7 00 

" Michael Dolari, carting 17 75 

" Michael Follan, " 21 00 

" Andrew McGettrick, " • • • • 18 37 

" Thomas S. Seaver, " 8 01 

« B. F. Cobb, " 50 

" William Finneran, gravel 346 65 

" Jospeh N. Brewer, " 4 08 

« Wm. H. Mcintosh, " 7 50 

" John Ollis, " 266 50 

" Henry I. Binney, " 190 25 

" Henry W. Wellington, gravel 17 62 

" Timothy McCarty, stone 3 20 

" Patrick Corbett, stone work 3 00 

" E. P. Boardman, edge-stone 603 88 

" Ham & Leighton, " and cement 103 78 

" Moses H. Libbey, edge-stone, paving-stone 

and paving 4,703 50 

" Gore, Rose & Co., paving-stone and paving • • 174 80 



Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated 

To Joseph Hou<ihton, grain 

" John McElroy, " 

" Henrj' Dudley, hay 

" Benjamin Burrell, wheelwright's work 

" Eben Chamberlain, oak plank 

" James Dillon, " 

«' Johnson & Leavitt, carpenter's work 

" Jarvis W. Dean, " 

" True Russell, " 

" John M. Marston, " 

" Alvin M. Bobbins, " 

" John Gilbert, " 

" Samuel S. Chase, tree guards 

" George Curtis, lumber, 

" Hiram Carleton, harness work 

" E. R. Wood, " 

«' Kurtz, Swallow & Coffin, " 

« Hugh Smyth, " 

" James Boyd & Son, collars 

« Andrew W. Newman, blacksmith's work- • • 
" William Brock, " 

" Dodge, Gilbert & Co., iron work 

" Ellis, Newell & Co., sheet iron 

" Lothrop & Moseley, iron 

" Whiting & Clapp, castings ■ 

" F. W. Fuller, hardware 

«« Oliver Ames & Sons, shovels, &c. 

" Charles H. Hudson, hardware ■ 

" Calvin Bird & Co., ladles 

Amount carried forward, 2,730 79 $23,257 72 



d— 


•w^^j""" ^" 


247 


60 


247 


46 


614 


46 


132 


50 


14 


28 


2 


50 


2 


00 


38 


90 


10 


91 


17 


66 


160 


48 


3 


40 


298 


53 


301 


76 


17 


74 




60 


23 


63 


38 


83 


3 


50 


2 


10 


44 


81 


167 


81 


15 


73 


204 


05 


12 


99 


71 


65 


19 


00 


12 


01 


4 


00 



21 



Amount hrouglt forward, 2,730 79 S23,257 72 

To Dan Cummings, pick handles 13 75 

" Moses H. Webber, steel 4 48 

« R. H. Wiswall, painting 28 28 

" W. A. M. Fillebrown, " 2 64 

" John C. Palfrey, " 18 50 

" Thomas S. Hodge, " 14 52 

" Henry W. Smith, " 20 50 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 75 

" Luke Jewett, horse 150 00 

" George Onion, horse liniment 75 

" Edward Riddle, buflFalo robe 10 25 

" Brown & McCarty, horse hire 2 00 

« G. W. & H. W. Pierce, salt 6 87 

« Swain & Craft, salt, &c. 27 54 

" Townsend & Stone, " 3 60 

" Day Cordage Co., rope 5 89 

«' William Dove, rent 25 37 

« Eben C. Thaxter, keys 50 

<' Fillebrown & Holbrook, fluid can 2 82 

" J. B. Young, rubber boots 7 50 

*' Lawrence & Co., leggins 3 00 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 4 00 

" W^ilHam Seaver, drain pipe 229 65 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work 68 50 

« Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 2 00 

'' Rockwell & Moseley, powder 39 75 

« E. W. Whittemore, brooms 6 00 

" T. B. Moses, surveying 6 50 

" Anna E. Marsh, damage 13 48 

« W. D. Cook, collecting 30 00 

" George A. Simmons and others, building street 500 00 

" Thomas Dolan, watering streets 1,091 00 

" OwenNawn, « 2,503 93 



$7,575 11 
$30,832 83 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, S3,786 08. 



WIDENING STREETS. 



Balance undrawn February 1,1862 881 20 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1862-63 1,000 00 



$1,881 20 



22 



EXPENDITURES. 

To E. D. Knower and others, Washington Street 
" Edward Sumner, " 

" Abigail Seaver and others " 

" Dennis Mullane, Plymouth Street 

" Francis W. Welch, Lambert Avenue 

" George Watson and others, Warren Street- • 
•' Andrew S. March's heirs, Walnut Street • • • • 



213 


19 


27 


00 


158 


65 


500 


00 


396 


19 


75 


75 


126 


00 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $384 42. 



MADISON SQUARE. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 3,420 82 

LOAN authorized April 1, 1862 6,000 00 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Pay Roll of labor, carting and filling 8,61 7 00 

" Roger Drury, filling 100 00 

" Daniel Cummings & Co., pick handles 4 50 

" Dodge & Gilbert, picks ■ 12 00 

" William Seaver, paid for gravel tickets 7 98 

« Joseph W. Dudley, " " 63 00 

" John M. Marston, carpenter's work 4 75 

" Samuel S. Chase, " 29 20 

" Rockwell & Moseley, powder 116 25 

" Timothy McCarty, " 12 75 

Balanee undrawn February 1, 1863, $453 39. 



NEW WHARF. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 241 18 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1862-63 8 82 



1,496 78 



),420 82 



3,967 43 



$250 00 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Owen Nawn, carting gravel $250 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, nothing. 



SEWERS. 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 • • • 187 61 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1861-62 •. 1,000 00 

Keceived of sundry individuals, Dudley St. sewer 1,908 72 
" " " Eustis St. " 
« « « Davis St. " 
" " « Plymouth St. " 
" of Dana & Sanborn, for brick, 



2,129 


23 


301 


58 


16 


60 


552 


00 



5,095 74 



EXPENDITURES. 
To Dana & Sanborn, bricks, ,S1,326 84 

SEWER, PLYMOUTH STREET. 

To Pay Roll of labor 964 39 

" L. H. Wever, mason's work 75 00 

" Solomon Sanborn, " 16 50 

"J.F.Greenwood, " 47 24 

" Patrick Brawley, " 23 62 

" William Pratt, " 28 42 

" John McLaughlin, " 10 50 

" Isaac Mclntire, " 28 87 

" Patrick Curley, " 7 00 

" Moses H. Webber, paid for labor- • 6 66 

" Dana & Sanborn, carting brick 115 02 

" Thomas Dolan, sand 33 75 

" Owen Nawn, carting 7 00 

" Wm. Byrnes, " 32 81 

" Alvin M. Robbins, carpenter's work 90 06 

" George Curtis, lumber 432 12 

" William Seaver, nails 20 64 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 12 15 

" Fillebrown 6c Holbrook, lanterns 1167 

" Williams & Eaton, blacksmith's work 7 75 

" Phineas D. Allen, repairs 6 68 

" T. B. Moses, surveying 15 00 

" Moses H. Webber, Superintendent 100 00 

SEWER, WINSLOW STREET. 

To Pay Roll of labor 289 71 

" L. H. Wever, mason's work 20 00 

''J.F.Greenwood, " 9 62 

« Patrick Brawley, " 4 37 

" William Pratt, " 17 50 

" Isaac Mclntire, " 8 75 

" Dana & Sanborn, carting bricks 32 40 

" Alvin M. Robbins, carpenter's work 2712 

" (ireorge Curtis, lumber 54 00 

Amount carried forward 463 47 $3,419 59 



$2,092 75 



4 



24 

Amount hrougfit forward, 463 47 $3,419 69 

To William Byrnes, carting 7 00 

<' Owen Nawn, " 7 00 

" T. B. Moses, surveying 11 00 

$488 47 

SEWER, SUMNER SKREET. 

To Pay Roll of labor 224 78 

" L. H. Wever, mason's work 32 60 

•'J.F.Greenwood, " 17 50 

■ " William Pratt, " 7 00 

" Dana & Sanborn, carting bricks 4 86 

" A. M. Bobbins, carpenter's work 25 83 

" George Curtis, lumber- • • • 39 15 

" F. W. Fuller, hardware 4 09 

" Patrick Finneran, carting 5 25 

" Swain & Craft, fluid 5 70 

" T. B. Moses, surveying 7 50 

$374 16 

SEWER, DUDLEY STREET. 

To John F. Davis $20 00 

$4,302 22 
Balance undrawn February 1, 1862, $1,793 52. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 2,971 83 

Sundry transfers, April 1, 1862 500 00 

APPROPRIATION 13,912 00 

— $17,383 83 

EXPENDITURES. 

Paid to ENGINEERS— 

To James Munroe, Chief Engineer 

" Gilbert S. May, Assistant Engineer- 

" Amory F. Sherman, " 

" Robert Simpson, " 

" John Culligin, " 

" Phineas D. Allen, " 

" John Brooks, " 

5747 50 

Aviou7it carried forward, $747 60 



412 


50 


20 


00 


23 


75 


80 


00 


91 


25 


60 


00 


60 


00 



25 

Amount brought forwai'd, $747 50 

Paid to FIREMEN— 

To Officers and Members of Engine Co. No. 1 ■ • • 1,652 00 

" » " " No. 6- • • 1,652 00 

a " " " No. 7- •• 1,652 00 

" " " of Hook & Ladder Co.- ■ 912 00 

" " " of Hose Co. No. 1 594 00 

«■ " " of Steam Fire Engine- • 2,729 00 



Paid for SUNDRIES for the several Companies- 

ENGINE No. 1. 

To Hunneman & Co., repairs 

*' William Seaver, oil 

" Francis Freeman, oil, &c. • 

" George R. Slader, gas fixtures • 

" James Johnson, carpenter's work- - • - • 

«' William Morse, " • • 

*' Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 

" Williams & Eaton, blacksmith's work 

" John A. Scott, " 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work • • 

" E. A. Hovey, repairs 

" Chester M. Gay, " • 

" Libbey & Dolan, wood and bark 

" Thomas Hurley, sawing wood 

" Phineas D. Allen, repairs 

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct Co., water 

" Boston Belting Co., hose 

" John A. Scott, ringing bell 

" Owen Nawn, drawing engine 

ENGINE No. 6. 

T© Hunneman & Co., repairs 

" James J. Farrell, ringing bell 

" Frank W. Munroe, " 

" Jarvis W. Dean, repairs 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 

" Williams & Eaton, repairs 

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct Co., water 

«' J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

" Libbey & Dolan, bark • 

" Boston Belting Co., hose 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas ■ 

" Charles W. Newell, brooms, &c. 

" P. W. Fuller, hardware 

" A. L. Litchfield, painting, &c. 

" Owen Nawn, drawing engine 

*' Alexander Stuart, stationery 

Amount carried forward, 
3 



),191 00 



16 50 




11 37 




21 86 




7 20 




18 00 




13 00 




27 00 




3 00 




2 91 




21 56 




24 50 




2 22 




1 25 




4 50 




1 50 




4 15 




15 00 




11 62 




18 75 




8 50 






$234 39 


25 55 


25 00 




25 00 




5 50 




9 41 




17 25 




30 00 




4 95 




4 50 




16 00 




17 10 




3 15 




3 87 




7 75 




8 50 




10 81 






$214 34 






$10,387 23 



26 

Amount hrovght forward, 

ENGINE No. 7. 

To Hunneman & Co., repairs 

" William Seaver, oil, &c. 

" Williams & Eaton, repairs 

" Thomas P. Sweat, carpenter's work 

" Henry W. Smith, painting; • • • 

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct Co., water 

" Phineas D. Colburn, ringing bell 

" James H. Carley, " 

" George R. Slader, lamps 

" William Clark, carting ■ 

" Joseph W. Sweat, repairs 

" Hiram Carleton, covering pipe 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

" William Clark, " • • 

" Libbey & Dolan, bark 



HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. 

To Chauncy Woodward, wood 9 87 

" Thomas Hurley, sawing wood 1 50 

<' Williams & Eaton, repairs 34 46 

" E. T. Northend, horse hire • • 22.5 00 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 12 30 

" Thomas Jennings, extra work 20 00 

" Henry W. Smith, painting 57 .65 

" Phineas D. Allen, repairs • 33 30 

« William Morse, carpenter's work- • 13 00 

" Charles W. Newell, sundries 153 



HOSE COMPANY No. 1. 

To Thomas A. Scott, oil, &c. 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 

" George R. Slader, gas fixtures 

" Boston Belting Co., hose 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 

" Williams & Eaton, blacksmith's work 

" T. P. Sweat, carpenter's work 

" Hiram Carleton, spanner straps ■ • 

« Jamaica Pond Aqueduct Co., water 

" Henry W. Smith, painting 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 

"' Libbey & Dolan, bark 





tl0,387 23 


29 


00 


80 


54 


20 


10 


4 


55 


38 


50 


30 


00 


12 


50 


25 


00 


8 


60 


25 


92 


14 


00 


3 


00 


5 


29 


20 


63 


4 


50 



5 


73 


3 


95 


2 


62 


11 


55 


2 


50 


8 


89 


8 


92 


15 


00 


11 


30 


15 


00 


44 


50 


6 


10 


5 


00 



$408 61 



S141 06 



Amount carried forward^ 11,259 03 



2T 



Araount brought forward, 



STEAM FIRE ENGINE. 



To John TIrrell, coal 

J. E. Adams & Co., " 

William Clark, " 

Chauncy Woodward, wood 

James Munroe, paid for sawing wood 

Owen Nawn, horse hire 

Wm. J. Mathes, " 

Hiram Carleton, harness work 

Hunneman & Co., repairs 

Campbell, Whittier & Co., " 

Fillebrown & Holbrook, " 

Patrick Lally, " 

Phineas D. Allen, " , 

Williams & Eaton, " , 

William Seaver, supplies 

Thomas P. Sweat, carpenter's work 

John C. Hubbard, chairs 

Josiah P. Hall, ringing bell 

Joseph Hougliton, hay and grain 

Oliver Ames & Son, hay cutter , 

Mrs. Murphy, washing 

Mrs. Worcester, " , 

Francis W. Fuller, hardware 

Michael Wrin, repairs , 

W. & A. Bacon, blankets , 

William Brock, shoeing horses 

H. N. Hooper & Co., bell wheel 

L. D. Davenport, rollers 

James McMann, repairing slating 

Solomon Sanborn, mason's work 

John Brooks, whitening 

Francis Freeman, oil, &c 

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

Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 

E. M. Stoddard & Co., ice 

Boston Belting Co., hose 





$11 


,259 03 


56 


00 




5 


17 




32 


02 




12 


12 




6 


00 




61 


50 




1 


50 




89 


72 




19 


20 




196 


33 




5 


49 




7 


50 




29 


76 




5 


89 




19 


73 




69 


74 




12 


00 




75 


00 




303 


02 




10 


00 




18 


89 




14 


71 




8 


81 
79 




7 


75 




41 


52 




6 


00 




14 


00 




2 


80 ' 




1 


50 




15 


00 




18 


56 




14 


19 




63 


90 




5 


00 


• 


1,098 


22 





Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated- 
To William Morse, care of engine " Relief," .... 



A. D. Williams, rent of building. 

' Francis Jones, carting 

' Matthews & Co., " 

' B. Franklin, horse hire 

' Wm. J. Mathes, " 

' Walter M. Bills, filling reservoirs. 
' James T. Cole, " 

' Owen Nawn, " 

' Frank W. Munroe, " 



100 00 
50 00 

1 00 

2 50 

8 00 

3 00 
22 00 

9 00 
38 25 

5 00 



2,349 33 



Amount carried forward, 



238 75 $13,608 36 



S 



28 

Amount irougJit forward, 

To Thomas Simmons, fluid 

Williams & Eaton, repairs 

James Munroe, paid for badges 

Boston Belting Co., hose 

William Morse, reservoir covers 

Solomon Sanborn, repairs 

Edwin Ray, paid for " 

Henry A. Hall & Co., rubber coats . . . 

William F. Shaw, lanterns 

Henry Pratt, keys 

Lawrence & Co., rubber coats 

Joseph W. Winslow, grease 

Hunneman & Co., repairs on " Relief 

George Curtis, lumber 

S. Chubbuck & Sons, iron work 

Williams & Everett, picture frames • • • 

E. A. G. Roulstone, caps 

Francis Freeman, ringing bell 

Joseph Hastings, " 

Walter H. Cook, " 

Henry W. Smith, painting 

Swain & Craft, chamois skins 

Alexander Stuart, stationery 

Norfolk County Journal, printing 

Joseph W. Sweat, labor 

Francis Swift, " 

Chas. D. Sampson, " 

Joseph H. Cole, " 

James T. Cole, " 

Gridley J. F. Bryant, plan 

Pay Roll of labor, digging well 



238 75 


$13,608 86 


25 30 




14 50 




7 00 




3 50 




12 00 




9 00 




5 50 




10 50 




15 00 




15 60 




3 87 




7 56 




2 GO 




1 40 




4 50 




7 50 




129 45 




50 00 




50 00 




62 50 




14 25 




3 00 




5 56 




5 50 




3 00 




3 00 




3 00 




3 00 




3 00 




75 00 




146 91 






$941 25 






$14,549 61 




173 65 



Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1862-63 

$14,723 26 
Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $2,660 57. 

RESERVOIRS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 42 52 

APPROPRIATION 2,000 00 

$2,042 52 

EXPENDITURES. 

To> James H. Collins, for building reservoir $1,200 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $842 52. 



29 



WATCH AND POLICE 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 4,616 01 

Received of A. 1. Cummings, for officers' fees . . . 545 63 

of P. B. Smith, Jr., " "... 1,654 08 

APPROPRIATION 13,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Benjamin Meriam, City Marshal 989 00 

*' Joseph Hubbard, police and ■watchman 730 00 

« William D. Cook, » " 730 00 

« Hawley Folsom, " " 730 00 

» Hiram A. Campbell, " " 821 25 

" Samuel Mcintosh, " « 730 00 

« Matthew Clark, " " 730 00 

" Jeremiah M. Swett, " " 730 00 

" William E. Hicks, " " 730 00 

" Edward F. Mecuen, " " 730 00 

" E. G. Cobb, " " 730 00 

" Joseph Parker, « " 730 00 

" Joseph Hastings, " " 730 00 

" Thomas CuUigin " « 730 00 

" James Staniels, " " 730 00 

« George R. Matthews, " " 730 00 

« Henry Morse, " " 730 00 

" George H. Bills, " " 730 00 

" Ebenezer T. Hitchcock, " " 730 00 

" James D. Loker, " " 396 00 

» Moses N. Hubbard, " " 420 00 

" Sylvester E. Partridge, " " 85 00 

" James Munroe, " " 67 00 

" Silas Dole, " " 6 00 

" Henry L. Ford, « « 11 00 

" Datus A. Ambrose, " " 4 00 

" Joseph Wiggin, " " 2 00 

" Christopher C. Dow, " " 24 00 

" Thomas M. Lewis, " " 2 00 

« William N. Hastings, " " 2 00 

" Thomas Carroll, burying offal 360 85 

" Benjamin Meriam, railroad fares, &c 112 99 

" Hiram A. Campbell, supplies for prisoners. . . 39 13 

" E. S. Jordan, crackers ... 3 50 

" W. & A. Bacon, blankets and cloth 43 84 

" Henry White, medicine 5 40 

" Calvin Bird & Co., mattresses 33 40 

" Joseph Hubbard, paid for cleaning 10 08 

" John McCaughey, " 2 00 

" Patrick Reaney, whitewashing 16 00 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work 16 70 

" William Seaver, horse hire 7 94 

« William J. Mathes, " 11125 



19,815 72 



Amount carried forward, 
2* 



16,002 33 



30 

Amount brought forward, 

To Benjamin Franklin, horse hire 

Brown & McCarty, " 

Thomas S. Hodge, repairs 

Cyrus M. Littlefield, " 

Swain & Craft, matches. 

George Curtis, lumber 

W. G. Huse, cushions 

Michael Wrin, stove work 

Aaron R. Gay, stationery 

John Backup, " ,...-•••. 
Norfolk County Journal, printing. . . 
Frank W. Munroe, posting 



,002 


SB 




50 


1 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


1 


19 


1 


15 


12 


40 


7 


79 


16 


20 


14 


30 


23 


25 


4 


50 




$ie,088 61 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $3,727 II. 



LAMPS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 4,186 72 

Received of Metropolitan Rail Road 852 

APPROPRIATION 12,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 5,655 57 

« « " " lighting 3,202 50 

" " » " repairs 333 95 

" Thomas Simmons, fluid 1,199 8& 

" John W. Lord, lanterns and repairs 207 00 

" Michael Wrin, repairs 7 80 

" Nathan Stone, Jr., " 71 26 

" Henry H. Bowditch, " 8 50 

« Fillebrown & Holbrook, " 8 87 

« Thomas S. Hodge, " 75 01 

« Calvin Bird, « 2 75 

" Eliot Trask, » 2 50 

« Silas M. Littlefield, » 12 28 

" Ivory Skillings, " 9 25 

« John M. Marston, " 4 00 

" George W. Buss, iron work 6 74 

" Whiting & Clapp, lamp posts 162 50 

" Wm. N. Felton, measuring fluid 12 50 

" Swain & Craft, matches 2 41 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 26 00 

" Daniel T. Pond, lighting 229 92 

« David Howe, " 243 30 

" Joseph Parker, " 1 74 75 

" James Hanson, " 65 04 

« Henry N. Ford, " 28 45 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $4,452 76 



[6,195 24 



$11,752 68 



81 

STATE TAX. 
APPROPRIATION • • » S45,882 00 

EXPENDITURE. 

To H. K. Oliver, Treasurer of Commonwealth • • $45,882 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, nothing. 



COUNTY TAX. 

APPROPRIATION S19,972 32 

EXPENDITURE. 

To C. C. Churchill, County Treasurer $19,972 32 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, nothing. 



-*- 



DISCOUNT ON TAXES. 

APPROPRIATION 7,000 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1862^63 • 1,100 00 

$8,100 00 

EXPENDITURE. 

To Discount on Taxes paid prior to Oct. 1, 1862 $8,093 62 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $6,38. 



ABATEMENT OF TAXES. 

APPROPRIATION • • • • 2,500 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1862-63 1,000 00 

• $3,500 00 

EXPENDITURE. 

To Abatements allowed by Assessors $3,258 11 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $241 89. 



32 



MILITARY SERVICES. 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1862-63 $950 00 

EXPENDITURE. 

To Koxbury City Guard S950 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, nothing. 



AID TO FAMILIES OF VOLUNTEERS 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 3,362 92 

Received of the Commonwealth 9,145 39 

" of Rufus Wy man, for money refunded- • 228 59 

" for Loans authorized 5,000 00 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Amount paid families of volunteeers, per pay 

rolls 

" Isaac S. Burrell, services 

" William Seaver, supplies 

" Rufus Wyman, aid and fares 

" Matthew Clark, fares 

" Adams Express Co., transportation 

" John C. Seaver, funeral expenses 

" Phineas Bates, " 

" Frank W. Munroe, posting 

" L. Foster Morse, services 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $3,874 00. 



57,861 


14 


80 


00 


20 


76 


600 


00 


14 


00 


80 


25 


68 


25 


12 


00 


31 


50 


105 


00 



)2,736 90 



$58,862 90 



BOUNTY TO VOLUNTEERS. 

LOANS authorized 52,000 00 

Bounty refunded by E. R. Jones 100 00 

$52,100 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Bounty paid to 487 volunteers 48,700 00 

" Edward Wyman, paid bounty to volunteers- • 997 41 

Amount carried forward, 49,697 41 



33 



Amount hrougTit forward, 49,697 41 

To Brigade Band, music 42 00 

» Hall's Brass Band, " 234 10 

" Boston " " " ; 480 00 

" House of Angel Guardian, music 205 00 

«' Germania Band, " 36 00 

" Miller's Brass Band, " 48 00 

«' Chelsea " " 49 60 

«' Parker House, refreshments 97 40 

" J. B. Smith, " 100 00 

» Norfolk House, " _ 19 40 

" Savill's eating house, rations 48 26 

" Citj Hotel, " 1 50 

" Jeremiah M. Swett, railroad fares 11 20 

" Wm. Gaston, " 35 00 

" Samuel Little, paid " 18 25 

" Rufus Wyman, " _ " 166 70 

" John Dunn, recruiting 14 00 

«' Charles D. Frye, " 15 CO 

" John D. Bradlee, " 40 00 

" James P. Ford, " 29 50 

" Wm. H. Mcintosh, copying & making returns 16 50 

« Edward Wise, " " 6 00 

« Asa Wyman, " " 15 00 

*' J. D. F. Wilcox, " " 16 50 

« M. P. Berry, « " 21 00 

« Eliot Trask, " « 21 00 

« L. F. Morse, « " 21 00 

» Joseph Hastings, " " 2 00 

« Hawley Folsom, " " 6 20 

« Swain & Crafts, tubs, &c. 25 50 

" Frederic Rocjers, posters 32 50 

« J. H. & F. F. Farwell, " 66 62 

" Alexander Stuart, " 19 00 

" F. W. Munroe, posting • • • 21 50 

« Peter Kelley, " 24 62 

" W. H. Hutchinson, advertising 9 00 

" Worthington & Flanders, " 6 75 

" Norfolk Countv Journal, " 1 7 25 

" Whiton Brothers & Co., flag 21 00 

" Ward & Co., horse hire 2 52 

" Abner W. Pollard, furnishing marshals 41 42 

« Samuel W. Creech, fireworks 6 50 

" Wm. Manning, funeral expenses 6 00 

« E. B. Rumrill, care of hall 58 00 

" Henry White, sundries 2 87 

" Mechanics Institute, rent of hall 62 50 



$51,937 17 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1862, $162 83. 



34 



CITY DEBT AND INTEREST. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 11,233 98 

Received for Stony Brook land 4,333 66 

" " Brook Farm " 2,158 20 

" " Munroe " 1,044 44 

« " LOANS authorized 121,034 06 

APPROPRIATION 42,000 00 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Rockland Bank, principal and interest 
" Peoples " « " 
« Suffolk Savings Bank, « " 
" Boston Prov. Inst, for Savings, " " 
" Inst, for Savings, Roxbury, " " 
" City Treasurer, or order, " " 
« Samuel Kendall, " " 
" Commonwealth of Massachusetts, interest 
« Charles M. Ellis, " 
" Heirs of Elijah Lewis, " 
" Joseph W. Dudley, " 
" Catherine Crane, " 
" Elizabeth D. Brigham, " 
" Trustees of Comins School Fund, " 
" Interest warrants on City Debt, " 
" Commissioners of Forest Hills Cemetery, " 
" David W. Williams, thirty-third payment on 
Alms-house land 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $18,102 38. 







$181,804 34 


63,232 


09 




25,343 


75 




14,430 


00 




9,540 


00 




9,710 


00 




7,382 


50 




4,120 


00 




1,200 


00 




720 


00 




240 


00 




60 


00 




60 


00 




120 


00 




30 


00 




27,215 


00 




148 


62 




150 


00 


$163,701 96 



SALARIES OF CITY OFFICERS 



Balance undrawn, February 1, 1862' 
APPROPRIATION 



EXPENDITURES. 



To William Gaston, Mayor • 

" Joseph W. Tucker, City Clerk- _ 

" Joshua Seaver, Clerk of Common Council- • 
" Joseph W. Dudley, Treasurer and Collector- 

« Paul Willard, City Solicitor 

" Franklin Winchester, Harbor Master 

" William N. Felton, City Messenger 



1,600 


00 


7,500 


00 


1,500 


00 


1,200 


00 


200 


00 


1,800 


00 


575 


00 


100 


00 


600 


00 



$9,100 00 



Amount carried forward^ 6,975 00 



85 



Amount hrouglit forward, 5,975 00 

To Joseph H. Streeter, City Physician 200 00 

" John S. Sleeper, Assessor 400 00 

" Wm. H. Mcintosh, " • 400 00 

" Joshua Seaver, " and Clerk 600 00 

" Jarvis W. Dean, Assistant Assessor 20 00 

" William Seaver, " 20 00 

" Uriah T. Brownell, " 20 00 

" Daniel W. Glidden, " 20 00 

" John J. Merrill, " 20 00 



(7,575 00 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $1,525 00. 



GENERAL CONTINGENT EXPENSES AND MISCEL- 
LANEOUS CLAIMS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1862 13,032 04 

APPROPRIATION 6,000 00 

Sundry Transfers 356 36 

Overplus in casting taxes 8,5 74 88 

Received of Nehemiah Mack, for rent 1 75 00 

" J. A. McCullum, " 145 02 

" for rent of house, Tremont Place 20 30 

" of J. E. Adams, rent of wharf 525 00 

" Geo. Curtis, " " 165 00 

" Commonwealth of Massachusetts, rent 

of Armory 1 75 00 

•' County of Norfolk, rent of Court 

Room 225 00 

" Joseph W. Tucker, office fees 215 00 

" " " " dog licenses 356 00 

" Goodwin & Wilder, license 25 00 

" Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in- 
come of School Fund 1,085 84 

" for Interest on taxes 945 88 

$32,021 32 



EXPENDITURES. 

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

To Norfolk County Journal, printing 661 78 

" John M. Hewes, " 842 87 

" Wm. H. Hutchinson, " 13100 

" Joseph G. Torrey, " 60 00 

" John H. Bufford, " 10150 

" Edwin C. Bailey, advertising 2 25 

Amount carried forward, 1,799 40 



€ 



Amount brought forward, 1,799 40 

To H. W. Button & Son, advertising 7 25 

" Beals, Greene & Co., " 9 75 

" Charles O. Rogers, " 14 50 

" Worthinn;ton, Flanders & Co. " 24 49 

" J. H. & F. F. Farwell, " 3100 

" Boston Daily Advertiser " 6 13 

" Aaron R. Gay, stationery 365 16 

" Aaron R. Gay & Co., " 60 13 

" T. B. Moses, surveying, " 163 40 

" Horace H. Moses, " 24 00 

" W. A. Garbett, " 5 00 

" Alexander Stuart, books 4 70 

" Adams, Sampson & Co., " 50 00 

" Sanborn & Parker, binding 36 15 



Paid for NOTIFYING & ATTENDING MEETINGS, 
USE OF ROOMS, COPYING AND INDEXING 
RECORDS— 

To Pay Roll of Ward Officers, ; 285 50 

" M. P. Berry, notifying and attending Ward 

Meetings 67 25 

" S. E. Partridge, " " " " 4 50 

" H. L. Ford, " " " " 42 50 

" E. G. Cobb, " " " " 5 50 

» Joseph Parker, » » " " 6 50 

" Ed. F. Mecup.n, " " " " 6 50 

" Tremont Baptist Society, use of room 50 00 

" Joshua Seaver, copying, 25 00 

" Joseph Hastings, " 4 00 

" Henry H. Page, " 1 50 

" W. S. Shurtleff, " 10 63 

" Jos. W. Tucker, paid for copying 37 50 

" Charles K. Dillaway, indexing 220 00 

" James Foord, recording deeds 20 1 2 

" John W. Parker, clerk hire 886 00 



^2,601 06 



,673 00 



Paid for SUNDRIES, NOT OTHERWISE ENUME- 
RATED— 

To J. E. Adams & Co., for coal 37 70 

" Wm. Clark, " 216 13 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 23 83 

" Roxbury (ias Light Co., gas 831 08 

" Geo. R. Slader, gas fixtures 56 27 

" R. I. Nourse, " 1 00 

" Alvin M. Robbins, carpenter's work 75 71 

" Samuel S. Chase, " " • 68 49 

" James Cassady, " " 1135 

" Jarvis W. Dean, " " 3 83 

" True Russell, » '* 9 72 

Amount carried forward, 838 11 $4,274 06 



37 

Amount brought forward, 838 11 $4,274 06 

To Chris. Tilden, carpenter's work 3 59 

" Tho. M. Lewis, " " 2 15 

» Eben B. Riimrell, " " 114 29 

" Johnson & Leavitt " " • ■ • 28 69 

" I. & H. M. Hai-mon, mason work 27 66 

" George Curtis, lumber 27 80 

" Wm. R. Huston, " 22 81 

" Bernice Richardson, painting and glazing- •• • 27 75 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, " " 58 83 

" U. T. Brownell, " " 9 79 

" John McGreevey, " " 3 00 

" True Russell, building hay scales 483 00 

" Moses H. Libbey, stone work " 49 25 

" Whiting & Clapp, castings for " 2 50 

" A. W. Newman, blacksmith's work for scales 5 08 

" S. W. Wilson, painting for " 33 25 

" David Simpson, plan for " 20 00 

" Owen Nawn, gravel and carting for wharf- • • 718 00 

" Thomas Dolan, " " "... 19 50 

" Edward Wise, superintending " • • • 64 00 

" James Guild, rent of armory 300 00 

" Isaac S. Burrell, firing salute 56 34 

" Moses H. Webber, " 63 46 

" Geo. Shereive, " 75 00 

" John McCaughe)^ cleaning cannon 12 00 

" Hartley C. Woodbridge, cleaning guns 7 00 

" E. S. MuUiken, ringing bell 7 00 

" John Culligin, " 6 00 

" James M. Barton, " 7 00 

" Thomas Culligin, " 2 00 

" Thomas Coan, ' " 6 00 

" James J. Farrell, » 2 67 

" Joseph W. Sweat, " 3 00 

" R. M. Yale, trimming hall, &c. 76 13 

" J. D. & W. H. Fowle, repairing eagle on flag- 

staflF 8 50 

" Brigade Band, music 63 00 

" Germania " " • • 48 00 

" Charles A. Jones, refreshments 100 00 

" John Backup, postage 49 72 

" Joseph W. Dudley, paid for revenue stamps- • 53 10 

" James W. Stone, " ■ • 52 00 

" City Mutual Fire Insurance Co., insurance- • • 23 63 

. " Norfolk Co. Mutual Fire Ins. Co., " • • • 27 50 

" Paul Willard, witness fees 39 45 

" B. S. Farrington, " 34 42 

" Wm. Gaston, fares of Committees 293 26 

« J. M. Swett, fare 1 50 

" William J. Mathes, hack hire, &c. 99 75 

" Brown & McCarty, « 35 00 

" Wrightington & Riedel, « 12 00 

« Mason G. Field, « 3 00 



Amount carried forward, 4,126 48 $4,274 06 

4 



38 

Amount hrougM forward, 4,126 48 S4,274 06 

To J. R. Simmons, hack hire 4 00 

" Luke Jewett, " 89 25 

" E. T. Northend, ^ " 64 75 

" Francis Jones, carting 75 

" Colburn's Express, " 9 89 

" Adams's " " • 18 00 

" Benjamin Meriam, iron hoops 6 84 

" American Telegraph Co., telegraphing 3 26 

" Trustees of Institute Hall, rent 30 OO 

" Moses Gragg, taking census of children and 

military 225 00 

" George Bowdlear, repairing pump 3 00 

" Day Cordage Co., rope 6 77 

" Frank W. Munroe, posting bills 7 75 

"H.W.Littleton, " 10 OO 

" Andrew W. Newman, weighing 55 04 

" Melzar Waterman, sealing scales and rent • • • 12 50 

" Nelson Worthen, rent of room 100 00 

" Gardner Chilson, stove 29 00 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 9 06 

" John W. Lord, " 3 50 

" Calvin Bird, tin ware 1 12 

" Henry R. Taylor, repairs, &c. 23 37 

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks 3 74 

" Charles A. Beal, chair 1 75 

" J. J. Munroe, painting sign 1 00 

" David K. Reed, matches 77 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 5 48 

" Francis C. Head, boundary post 3 00 

" S. A. Britton, costs in suit 60 40 

" Patrick Garrity, damages • • • • 300 00 

" Mary E. A. Hall, gratuity 250 00 

" J. S. Sleeper, extra services as Assessor, 1861 150 00 

" Wra. Rumrill, " " " 150 00 

" Joshua Seaver, " _ " " 200 00 

" Joseph W. Dudley, paid for cleaning rooms- • 53 04 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., " 52 43 

" Mary Kelley, " 12 00 

" John Mullany, labor 12 12 

" James McMann, repairing slating 2 06 

" Pa^'ker Fowle & Son, mats 9 00 

" Swain & Craft, brooms, &c. 10 72 

'• Wiggin & Chapman, cloth 4 50 

" Job® C. Seaver, returns of deaths 21 77 

" Joseph S. Waterman, " " &c. 20 24 

•» Wm. Manning, " " 42 80 

" Henry A. Martin, medical attendance 8 00 

" Heirs of Reuben Winslow, ground rent 12 00 

" David Simpson, plans 63 00 

" W. H. H. Young, cleaning vaults 17 00 

■*' Solomon Sanborn, work on engine-house • • • • 500 00 

S6,806 15 

$11,080 21 



39 

Amount hrouglit forward, Sll,080 21 

TRANSFERS— 

To Contingent Expenses of Fire Department 400 00 

" House OfFal 1,100 00 

" Pay of Firemen 100 00 

« Sewers 1,000 00 

» Pay of Militia 950 00 

" Widening Streets 1,000 00 

" Discount on Taxes 1,100 00 

" Abatement of Taxes 1,000 00 

'' New Wharf 8 82 



3,658 82 



$17,739 03 
Balance undrawn February 1, 1863, $14,282 29. 



40 



APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES, TRANSFERS, &c. 

1862-63. 



Appropriations. 



Appropriated. 



Expended. 



For Public Schools, including 
salaries of Teachers, Fuel 
and Contingent Expenses, 

Koxbury Grammar School, 

Support of Poor, .... 

House Offal, 

Repairs of Highways, . . 

Widening Washington Street 
" Plymouth Street, 
" Lambert Avenue, 
" Warren Street, 
" Walnut Street, 

Madison Square, . . . 

New Wharf, .... 

Sewers, 

Sewer, Plymouth Street, 

Sewer, Winslow Street, 

Sewer, Sumner Street, . 

Sewer, Dudley Street, . 

Pay of Firemen, and Contin 
gent Expenses of Fire De 
partment, . . . , 

Eeservoirs, .... 

Watch and Police, . , 

Lamps, 

State Tax, . . . . , 

County Tax, 

Discount on Taxes ... 

Abatement of Taxes, . . 

Military Services, ... 

Aid to Families of Volunteers 

Bounty to Volunteers, . . 

City Debt and Interest, 

Salaries of City Officers, . 

Contingent Expenses, . . 



?60,.504 60 

625 00 

9,826 57 

1,759 95 

34,618 91 



1,881 20 



9,420 82 
250 00 



6,095 74 



17,383 83 

2,042 52 

19,815 72 

16,195 24 

45,882 00 

19,972 32 

8,100 00 

3,500 00 

950 00 

62,736 90 

.52,100 00 

181,804 34 

9,100 00 

32,021 32 



$45,421 47 

500 00 

9,212 91 

1,692 48 

30,832 83 

398 84 

500 00 

396 19 

75 75 

126 00 

8,967 43 

250 00 

1,326 84 

2,092 75 

488 47 

374 16 

20 00 



14,549 61 

1,200 00 

16,088 61 

11,752 68 

45,882 00 

19,972 32 

8,093 62 

3,258 11 

950 00 

58,862 90 

51,937 17 

163,701 96 

7,575 00 

11,080 21 



$182 71 



173 65 



6,658 82 



$15,083 13 

125 00 

430 95 

67 47 

3,786 08 



384 42 



453 39 



1,793 52 



2,660 57 

842 52 

3,727 11 

4,442 56 



6 38 
241 89 

3,874 00 

162 83 

18,102 38 

1,525 00 
14,282 29 



,586 98 $517,580 31,$7,015 IS' $71,991 49 



41 



AMOUNT OF CITY DEBT. 



Dates of Notes. 



Jan. 31, 1861 



Jan. 20 
March 17 
Jan. 14 
Sept. 1 

Nov, 



Aug. 

JNfov. 

Nov. 

Nov 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

No\. 

Nov. 

I\ov. 1 

Nov. 2 

May 

Jan. 2 

June 

July 2 

Nov. 



Nov. 23 



Jan. 1 

Jan. 29 

April 15 

April 14 

May 5 

May 9 
May 



July 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec, 

Jan. 

Feb. 

April 

July 

Sept. 8 

Aug. 2 

Nov. 12 

Feb. 13 

Feb. 20 

Feb. 22 

Feb. 28 

March 23 



To whom Payable. 



Commissioners of Forest Hills 

Cemetery, 

1862 do. do. do. do. 

1862 do. do. do. do. 

1863 do. do. do. do. 

1855 City Treasurer, or order . . 

1856 Commonwealth of Massachu- 

setts, 

1858 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1854 City Treasurer, or order . . 

1854 Cynthia Stiilings 

1856 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

1859 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

1855 Ciiy Treasurer, or order . . . 
1855 Institution for Savings, Roxburji 

1855 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

1856 Klijah Lewis .... 

1856 Joseph VV. Dudley . . 
1356 Catherine Crane . . . 
1356 City Treasurer, or order . 
1356 Cit}' Treasurer? or order 

1857 Elizabeth D. Brigham, . 
1856 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

1858 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

1358 Suffolk Savings Bank . . . 
1861 Bearer 

1860 Bearer 

1859 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1859 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1859 Mary and Sarah Jones . 
1859 City Treasurer, or order 

1359 City Treasurer, or order 
1859 Trustees of Comins Fund 
1359 City Treasurer, or order 
1859 City Treasurer, or order 
1859 City Treasurer, or order 
1859 City Treasurer, or order 
18.39 City Treasurer, or order . . 
1859 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1859 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

1859 City Treasurer, or order . . 

1860 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1860 City Treasurer, or order . . 
1860 Institution for Saviugs, Roxbury 
1860 Bearer, 
1860 Bearer, 
I860 Bearer, 

1860 Bearer, 

1861 Bearer, 
1861 Bearer, 
1861 Bearer, 
1861 Bearer, 
1861 Bearer, 



Interest, 



percent 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

5h 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



5% 
bt 

6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



When Payable . 



On demand. 
On demand. 
On demand, 
On demand, 
Sept. 1, 1863 



Nov. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

May 

Jan. 

June 

July 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

April 

April 

tVlay 

May 

May 

July 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

April 

June 

June 

Aug, 

July 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 



17 



186 

1863 

1864 

1864 

1864 

n 

1865 

1865 

1865 

1865 

1865 

1865 

1865 

1865 

1865 

1866 

1866 

1866 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1869 

1869 

1869 

1869 

1! 

1869 

1869 

1869 

1869 

1869 

1! 

1&69 

1870 

1870 

1870 

1870 

1870 

1870 

1870 

1870 

1871 

1871 

1871 

1871 

1871 



Amount. 



,g 1,965 00 

250 00 

350 00 

500 00 

5,000 00 

20,000 00 

5,500 00 

9,000 00 

1,000 00 

12,000 00 

7,000 00 

1,000 00 

11,000 00 

5,000 00 

4,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

4,000 00 

10,000 00 

13,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

11,000 00 

4,000 00 

2,000 00 

10,000 00 

20,000 00 

500 00 

12,000 00 

10,000 00 

7,000 00 

10,000 00 

20,000 00 

18,000 00. 

12,000 00 

10,000 OQ 

5,000 00 

10,000 00 

3,000 00 

8,000 00 

2 000 00 

12,000 00^ 

3,500 GO" 

7,000 OO 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00'^ 

5,000 00 



Amount carried forward, 



4* 



^365,565 00 



42 



CITY DEBT— Continued, 



Date of Notes. 



April 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

July 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

June 

April 

July 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

JSov. 

April 

April 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

April 

July 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Aug. 



1861 
1860 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1861 
1860 
1860 
1861 
1860 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1862 



To whom Payable. 



Amount brought forward 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 

Jeremiah H. Wilkins 
Abigail Seaver 
Abigail F. Seaver 
Elizabeth A. Seaver 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 

N. K. M. Life Ins. Co 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 

N. E. M. Life Ins. 
N. E. M. Life Ins. Co. 
J.D.&M. Williams 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 
Bearer, 




percent. 



WhenPayable. 



Amount. 



March 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

June 

April 

June 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

April 

April 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

June 

June 

June 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Aug. 



1871 

1872 

1872 

1872 

1872 

1872 

1873 

1873 

1873 

1873 

1873 

1874 

1874 

1875 

1875 

1875 

1875 

1875 

1876 

1876 

1877 

1377 

1878 

1878 

1878 

1879 

IE 

1880 

1880 

1880 

1880 

1880 

1! 

1882 

1882 



^365,565 00 

5,000 00 

6,600 00 

2,000 00 

6,000 00 

1,000 00 

I.OUO 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

13,000 00 

25,000 00 

39,000 00 

16,000 00 

20,000 00 

18,000 00 

14,000 00 

6,000 00 

12,000 00 

8,000 00 

18,000 00 

6,000 00 

4,000 00 

30,000 00 

10,000 00 

27,000 00 

12,000 00 

3,000 00 

25,000 00 

23,000 00 

10,000 00 

7,000 00 

1,000 00 

18,000 00 

25,000 00 

20,000 00 

20,000 00 



,^831, 063 00 



43 



AMOUNT OF DEBT* 



rOR FOREST HILLS CEMETERY. 



Date of Notes. 


To whom Payable. 


Interest. 


When Payable. 


Amount. 


Dec. 5, 1860 
Dec. 5, 1860 


Edmund M. Fowler .... 
Edmund M. Fowler .... 


per cent. 
6 


Dec. 1, 1863 
Dec 1, 1864 


3,000 00 
3,000 00 






$6,000 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." 



44 



Dr. 



Joseph W. Dudi.ey, City Treasurer, in Account Current, from 



1863 
Feb. ]. 



To Balance in the Treasury, at last audit 

Cash rec'd of Ezra Young, for sale of articles at 

Almshouse . . . . $150 00 

" of Cities and Towns, for support of 

Paupers 98 03 

Amount raised by Tax .... 

Cash rec'd of Nehemiah Mack, house rent . 175 00 

" of Julius A. McCullum, house rent 145 02 

" for rent of house, Tremont Place . 20 30 

of J. E. Adams & Co., rent of wharf 525 00 

" of George Curtis, rent of wharf . 165 00 
" of Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

rent of Armory .... 175 00 
" of County of Norfolk, rent of Court 

Koom 225 00 

" of Joseph W. Tucker, fees received 215 00 

" of Joseph W. Tucker, dog licenses 356 00 

" of Goodwin & Wilder, license . 25 00 

" of Ariel I. Cummings, fees received 545 63 

" of Phineas B, Smith, jr. fees received 1,654 08 

" for watering streets 

" for edge stone and bricks 

" of Dudley H. Bailey, horse 

" for Stony Brook land 

" for Brook Farm land . . • 

" for Munroe land 

" for sewer, Dudley Street 

" for sewer, Eastis Street . 

" for sewer, Davis Street . 

" for sewer, Plymouth Street 

" of Dana & Sanborn, for bricks 

" of Commonwealth, aid to families 

of Volunteers . . . 9,145 39 

" of R. Wyman, money unexpended . 228 59 

" of Evan R.Jones, bounty refunded . 100 00 




of Spear & Binney, house ofFal . 97 13 
of Ezra Young, house offal . . 229 00 
of Metropolitan Railroad Co., re- 
pairs on lamp . . . . 8 52 
of Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

School Fund . . . 1,085 84 

for Interest on Taxes . . .945 88 



by Loans authorized 



2,564 97 



248 03 
257,041 20 



1,430 32 



2,795 71 



5,172 73 



7,536 30 



4,908 13 



9,473 98 



2,366 37 
236,034 06 

$589,571 80 



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February 1, 1862, to February 1, 1863, with the City of Roxbury. Cr. 



By cash paid Salaries of School Teachei's 

Contingent Expenses of Schools 
Fuel for Schools 
Eoxburv Grammar School 



Support of Poor 
House Offal 
Repairs of Highways 
Madison Square 
Widening Washington Street 
Widening Plymouth Street 
Widening Lambert Avenue 
Widening Warren Street 
Widening Walnut Street 



Sewers 

Sewer, Dudley Street 
Sewer, Plymouth Street 
Sewer, Winslow Street 
Sewer, Sumner Street 



Pay of Piremen 

Contingent Expenses of Fire Department 

Reservoirs 



Watch and Police . 
Lamps .... 
City Debt and Interest . 
Aid to Pamilies of Volunteers 
Bounty to Volunteers 
Salaries of City Officers . 
Militia .... 
New Wharf 
State Tax 
County Tax 



Abatement of Taxes 
Discount on Taxes 

Contingent Expenses 



$34,308 98 

8,192 23 

2,920 26 

500 00 



398 84 
500 00 
396 19 
75 75 
126 00 



1,326 84 
20 00 

2,092 75 
488 47 
374 16 



9,938 


50 


4,611 


11 


1,200 


00 



45,882 00 
19,972 32 



3,2.58 11 
8,093 62 



By balance in the Treasury 



H5,921 47 

9,212 91 

1,692 48 

30,832 83 

8,967 43 



1,496 78 



4,302 22 



15,749 61 

16,088 61 

11,752 68 

163,701 96 

58,862 90 

51,937 17 

7,575 00 

950 00 

250 00 



65,854 32 

11,351 73 
11,080 21 

$517,580 31 
71,991 49 



$589,571 80 



JOSEPH W. DUDLEY, City Treasurer. 



Roxbury, March 6, 1863. 



CiTT OF EOXBTJET, MaRCH 6, 1863. 

The undersigned, Joint Standing Committee on Accounts, in pursuance of 
the provisions of the eighth section of the Ordinance entitled " An Ordinance 
estabhshing a system of Accountability in the Expenditures of the City," requiring 
themto 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 necessaiy vouchers. 

We find that there has been received into the Treasury at sundry times within 
the year ending January 31, 1863, the sum oifive hundred twenty-seven thousand six 
and 83-100 dollars, which, with the balance on hand January 31 , 1862, of sixty -two 
thousand Jive hundred sixty-four and 97-000 dollars, makes a total receipt of the year 
of Jive hundred eighty-nine thousand Jive hundred seventy-one and 80-100 dollars ; and 
there has been paid out from the Treasury during the same period, the sum of 
Jive hundred seventeen thousand Jive hundred eighty and 31-100 dollars ; leaving a bal- 
ance in the Treasury, January 31, 1863, of seventy-one thousand nine hundred ninety- 
one and 49-100 dollars, including in which is the sum of forty-two thousand four 
hundred seventy-two and 95-100 dollars of taxes unpaid. 



SAMUEL LITTLE, 
MOSES H. DAY, 
FRANKLIN CURTIS, 
GEORGE ONION, 
FRANCIS W. WELCH, 



Committee 

on 
Accounts. 



In Common Council, Maech 9, 1863. 

Read and accepted, and sent up for concurrence. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerh. 

In Board of Aldermen, March 9, 1863. 
Concurred. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 



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CiTT OF EOXBORY, March 6, 1863. 

The undersigned, Joint Standing Committee on Accounts, in pursuance of 
the provisions of tlie eighth section of the Ordinance entitled " An Ordinance 
establishing a system of accountability in the Expenditures of the City," requir- 
ing 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 Treasu- 
rer, in account with the Commissioners of Forest Hills Cemetery, and find the 
same con-ectly cast, and all payments and expenditures therein charged against 
the Commissioners, are sustamed by the necessary vouchers. 

We find that there has been received into the Treasury on account of the Cem- 
etery at sundry times within the year ending Jan. 31, 1863, the sum of thirty-seven 
thousand sixty-five and 55-000 dollars, which, with ihe balance on hand February 
1, 1862, of twenty-seven hundred ten and 59-100 dollars, makes a total receipt of the 
year of thirty-7iine thousand seven hundred seventy-six and 1 4:-l 00 dollars ; and there 
has been paid from the Treasury during the same period on the order of the 
Commissioners, the sum of thirty-one thousand eight hundred seventy-four and 5-100 
dollars, leaving a balance in the Treasury February 1, 1863, of seven thousand nine 
hundred two and 9-100 dollars. 



SAMUEL LITTLE, 
MOSES H. DAY, 
FRANKLIN CURTIS, 
GEORGE ONION, 
FRANCIS W. WELCH, 



Committee 

on 
Accounts, 



In Common Council, March 9, 1863. 
Read and accepted, and sent up for concurrence. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, aerk. 



In Board of Aldermen, March 9, 1863. 
Concurred. 



JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 



REAL ESTATE OWKED BY THE CITY. 



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187 feet, 24,000 00 



14,000 00 
30,000 00 
31,000 00 
19,000 00 



The City Hull, (of brick,) buildings adjacent an. I land . . . 512,0(0 00 

The Alnis-house, (of brick.) barn and land, about il acres . . . 32,000 00 

The r3welliiig-h<)use, (of wood,) Highland Street 3 000 00 

The City Wharf at Point, 21,471 feel, . .^ 1.5,000 00 

Dwelling-house, (of wood ) and land on Washington Street . . . 2,500 00 
Land, corner of Washiniiton and Heath Streets, about 8^ acres, . . 14,2(i3 70 

Stony Brook Lands, 27,702 feet 7.000 00 

Wharf, Swett Street, 22,0GO feet, 12,G27 74 

Land on VVinthrop Street, 28 3 n feet, and Brick School-House, . . 12,000 00 

High School-house, (of stone,) and land, Kenilv.'orth Street 

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

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

Street ............. 

Dearborn School-house, (of brick,) and 24.500 feet of land, near Davis St. 
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, Nos. 1, 2, 

3 and 4 4,000 00 

School-house, (of wood,) and 6396 feet of l.'\nd, Eustis and Sumner Sts., 

JMos. 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. 1 1, 12, 13 &. 14, 10,000 00 
School-house, (of wood,) and 9850 feet of land, Avon Place, Nos. 15 and 16, 3,500 00 
School-house, (of wood.) Mill Dam, No. 17 ...... 

School-house, (of wood,) and 4,000 ft. land. Orange Street, Nos. IS 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 1 1,600 ft. land. Heath 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 feel 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 feet, .... 

Madison Square, 122,220 feet, cost 27,250 98 

Orchard Park, 79,337 feet, cost 13,393 00 

Walnut Park, 401,092 " « 31,373 04 

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

valued 

Cemetery on Eustis Street — not valued 

Cemetery on Warren Street — not valued 



GOO 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 



^393,632 85 



EEP RT 

OF THE 

COMMISSIOME OF STREETS. 



In compliance with the provisions of the fourth section of the Or- 
dinance concerning Streets, the Street Commissioner has the 
honor to submit to the Citj Council his Annual Report of the 
Expenditures on the Streets, Sidewalks and Crossings, from 
January 1, 1862, to December 27, 1862, inclusive. 

Amount expended on Bartlett Street $53 87 

" " Sidewallks 4137 

$95 24 

" " Cedar Street 86 05 

" " Sidewalks 55 90 

S141 95 

« « Centre Street 223 53 

« « Sidewalks 94 33 

317 86 

" " Cabot Street 685 01 

« " Sidewalks 53 40 

738 41 

" " Dudley Street 482 89 

" « Sidewalks 153 75 

636 64 

« " Davis Street 15108 

« « Sidewalks -• 16 13 

167 21 

" •« Eustis Street 70 05 

«' « Sidewalks 44 67 

114 72 

« « East Street- • 335 23 

« « Sidewalks 188 35 

523 58 

" « Elm Street 62 87 

« « Sidewalks 16 85 

79 72 

« « Edinboro' Street 53 75 

« « Sidewalks 40 80 

94 55 

« «' Eliot Square 522 50 

« « Sidewalks 24 28 

546 78 

» «« Francis Street 20 00 

" « Sidewalks 28 57 

48 57 

Amount carried forward, $3,505 23 



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Amount hrought forioard, 

, ,mount expended on Grove Hall Avenue 956 42 

" " Sidewalks 47 51 

« « Gay Street 190 10 

" " Sidewalks 106 94 

« « Heath Street 248 00 

« " Sidewalks 12 00 

« « HigWand Street 14162 

« «' Sidewalks Ill 07 

" '< Linden Park 156 15 

« " Sidewalks 20 54 

« " Northampton Street 64 21 

M « Sidewalks 25 00 

" " Plymouth Street 183 37 

« " Sidewalks 46 50 

". " Rugjrles Street 1,349 60 

" » SideValks 122 00 

« » Kussell Place 66 80 

« " Sidewalks 33 12 

«« « Shawmut Avenue 1,261 30 

« « Sidewalks 396 21 

« " Square at Post Office 263 59 

« " Sidewalks 35 70 

" " School Street 82 00 

«' " Sidewalks 16 30 

" " Tremont Street 202 41 

" " Sidewalks 107 15 

" " Washington Street 1,495 63 

« " Sidewalks 241 32 

• 

" " Warren Street 829 54 

» » Sidewalks 258 95 

« " Winslow Street 112 28 

» " Sidewalks 24 90 

« " Yeoman Street 137 50 

« " Sidewalks 28 12 



1,505 


23 


,003 


93 


297 


04 


260 


00 


252 


69 


176 


69 



89 21 



Amount carried forward, 



229 


87 


1,471 


60 


99 


92 


1,657 


51 


299 


29 


98 


30 


309 


56 


1,736 


95 


1,088 


49 


145 


18 


165 


62 


$12,887 


08 



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Amount lirouglit forward, $12,887 08 

Amount expended on Zeigler Street 168 51 

" " Sidewalks 15 11 



183 62 

" " Adams Street 367 

« " Mall Street • 17 60 

« « Moreland Street 68 71 

" " Norfolk Street 91 91 

" " Parker Street 1 18 38 

" « Swett Street 328 43 

" « Avon Place 14 40 

" " Longwood Bridge 431 69 

" " Hawthorn, Sidewalk 15 85 

" s " Cunard Street 132 87 

" " Gore Avenue 1190 

" « Clay Street 373 17 

" " Orange Street 80 45 

" " Norfolk Avenue 185 24 

" " Proctor Street 1131 

" " Cross Street 7 75 

« " Vine Street, Sidewalk 5 12 

« " Dale Street 37 50 

" " Repairing and building new cesspools 993 79 

" " Removing ice and snow from gutters • • 1,472 98 

" " Cleaning streets, crossings and gutters 1,223 37 

" « Watering streets "^ 3,569 93 

« " Running ash carts 1,695 00 

" " Repairs on stables 52 60 

" " Hay, grain and bedding 1,051 52 

" " Harnesses, blankets and repairs 71 07 

" " Repairing and building newcarts---- 145 27 

« « Blacksmith's work 1,127 62 

" " Thomas M. Gottin, hostler 396 00 

" « Hardware, shovels, &c. 308 21 

*' " Commissioner's salary 999 96 

" " Setting out trees, and building guards 404 77 

" " Iron and steel 399 40 

*' " Labor on ledge, Shawmut Avenue- ■ • 359 84 

" « One horse 150 00 

* S29,327 98 
There is due the City, for edge-stones furnished during the 

year, • $608 73 

Also for watering streets, 1,914 11 

$2,522 84 

Which makes the cost on the Highways for the year, \ • $26,805 14 

5,629 feet of edge-stones have been set, at a cost of $450 32 

2,434 yards of cobble paving have been laid, at a cost of 1,373 98 
1,214 yards of granite blocks, for crossings, have been laid, 

at a cost of 1,669 37 

460 yards of brick paving, for sidewalks, have been laid, 

at a cost of 72 33 

1,284 feet of North River flagging, or bridge stone, have 

been laid, at a cost of 552 12 



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Schedule of City Property in charge of Commissioner. 



10 horses, 

9 cart harnesses, 
4 chain harnesses, 

2 carriage harnesses, 

3 double carts, 

4 single carts, 
2 ash carts, 

1 stone waggon, 

2 ash sleds, 

1 covered waggon, 

1 open waggon, 

1 pung, 

1 handcart and sled for tools, 

1 robe, 

12 horse blankets, 

11 halters, 

1 wheel jack, 

7 currycombs and brushes, 

I hay cutter, 

1 large derrick, 
35 steel jumpers, 

17 crowbars, 

25 striking hammers, 
19 sledge hammers, 

13 spoons for drillers, 
121 picks and handles, 

24 cracking hammers, 

62 shovels, (old and new,) 

25 snow shovels, 

3 iron rakes, 

5 steel wedges, 

2 tamping bars, 

4 chains for derrick, 
1 sand screen, 

3 wrenches, 

18 street lanterns, 

1 beetle and wedge. 



1 broom press, 

1 sidewalk snow scraper, 

2 tackle and falls, 
4 cesspool covers, 

7 set cesspool stones, 
2 tool chests, 

1 powder chest, 

2 ladders, (14 feet and 32 feet,) 
12 street hoes, 

4 street watering pots, 

1 iron roll for sidewalks, 
Lot of carpenter's tools, 

2 fluid cans and 2 feeders, 
37 stone monuments, 

10 tons block stone, 
50 feet edge-stones, 
30 tons hay, in stable, 
22 tree guards, in sheds, 
4 long runners for drillers, 

3 powder cans, 

1 powder cannister and tunnel, 
150 feet of fuse, 
7 kegs powder, 

1 wheelbarrow, 

2 four-tin ed forks, 
2 bushel baskets, 

1 post spoon, 

1 iron square, 

1 level, 

1 stone hammer, 

1 set (six) steel points, 

1 trowel, 

2 snow plows, 

2 whiffletrees, 

3 dippers for cesspools, 
2 paving hammers. 



blacksmith's tools. 



2 pair of bellows, 

2 anvils, 

2 vices, 

1 large tire bender, 

1 drill press, 

1 stone platform for tires 
52 pair of tongs 

40 steel punches, 

2 flatters, 

2 set of hammers, 
13 chisels, 
4 top fullers, 

5* 



4 bottom fullers, 
10 top s wedges, 

10 bottom s wedges, 

1 hollow anvil, 

2 sledges, 

11 small hammers, 

4 counter set swedges and 4 bot- 
tom swedges, 
17 drills, 
4 counter sinks, 

3 screw wrenches, 
3 fork wrenches, 



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1 rivet cutter, 

1 drawing knife, 

2 screw plates, with taps and dies, 

5 tap wrenches, 

2 leather washer cutters, 
1 bit stock, 

10 bits; 

6 chisels, 

3 gouges, 



2 screw drivers, 
2 herding tools, 
1 set horse-shoeing tools, 
406 new horse-shoes, 
215 lbs. cast steel, 
583 lbs. iron. 

About 2,000 lbs. blacksmith's 
coal. 



Respectfully submitted, 

MOSES H. WEBBER, 

Commissioner of Streets. 



Schedule of City Property iu charge «>f SuperintcndeMt ©f Sewers. 



34 picks and handles, 
98 old shovels, 
1 spade, 

1 cask of 10-8 nails, 

2 hammers, 

8 mason hammers, 

1 iron bar, 

3 cast-iron sledges, 

2 hoisting gins, 

1 fluid can and feeder, 
8 hoisting ropes, with hooks, 
15 feet of rubber pipe, 

1 copper pump and rubber pipe, 

2 pair of rubber boots, 
12 wheelbarrows, (old,) 

4 lanterns, 

2 water pails and 1 dipper, 



7 oak iron-bound buckets, 
4 mortar hoes, 

4 brick hods, 

5 hoisting tubs, 

2 ladders, (2U ft. and 23 ft.) 
20 paving rammers, 
4 mortar beds, 
2 half hogsheads, 
1 sand screen, 

1 tool crate, ^ 

2 tool chests, 

3 padlocks and keys for same, 

1 tire engine, hose carriage and 
hose centres, for Davis, Eus- 
tis, Plymouth, Elm, Winslow 
and kjumner Street sewers. 



Respectfully submitted, 

MOSES H. WEBBER, 

Superintendent of Sewers. 



In Board of Aldermen, Jan. 12, 1863. 
Report accepted and placed on file. 
Sent down. JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 



Concurred. 



In Common Council, Jan. 12, 1863. 
JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk. 



E E P R T 



OF THE 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 



City of Roxbury, Jan. 26, 1863. 

To the Board of Overseers of the Poor : 

Gentlemen — I transmit herewith the Report of the Superin- 
tendent of the Alms-house, the Report of the Agent of the Over- 
seers 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 Citj. 

GEORGE LEWIS, 

Chairman of the Overseers of the Poor. 



In Board of Overseers of the Poor, Jan. 26, 1863. 

Referred to the Mayor with a request to cause the whole or such portion 
to be printed as he deems expedient, with the Annual Report of the 
Overseers of the Poor, in connection with the Receipts and Expenditures 
of the City. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Secretary. 



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EEPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE 
ALMS-HOUSE. 

RoxBURY Alms-house, Jajst. 26, 1863. 
To the Board of Overseers of the Poor of the City of Roxbury : 

Gentlemen — The time having again arrived for me to present 
to you my Annual Report relating to the inmates and condition 
t)f the Almshouse, I beg leave to present the following state- 
jnents : — 

The number of inmates in the house Feb. 1, 1862, . 37 
Admitted having settlement in this City, . .18 

— b5 
Discharged and absconded, . . . . .11 

Present number belonging, . . . .44 

— 55 
The number of paupers sent to State Alms-house, . 72 
Number of travellers provided with food and lodging, 250 

The health of the inmates the past year has been unusually 
good. There has not a death occurred among the regular in- 
mates of the house during the year. 

There have been several State paupers admitted to the house 
too sick to be moved to the State Alms-house. Two of these died, 
— one was an insane woman, who died the second day after being 
admitted ; the other, was a little child admitted to the pest-house 
with small-pox, and lived but a few days. There were two other 
cases at the same time. 

The Physician, Dr. Flint, has been faithful to the trust con- 
fided to him. His professional duties have been discharged in a 
gentlemanly and highly satisfactory manner, and I again, with 
much pleasure, recommend him to the kind consideration of the 
present Board of Overseers. For a fuller statement of the medi- 
cal department, you are referred to the Physician's Report. 

The class of inmates now occupying the house are mostly 
old men and children, and are not able to perform much of any 
kind of labor, and are here only from accidental causes entirely 



57 

beyond their control, and the most of them are not insensible to 
the many favors they have received through the kind home that 
has been provided for them at the Alms-house. The general de- 
portment of most of them during the year has been good. The 
■whole expense for the support of the Alms-house the past year 
has been $4,440 10. 

The City have belonging to the Alms-house about the same 
amount of stock as in years previous. There are two cows, one 
horse, four hogs, three waggons, one horse-cart, one sleigh, two 
harnesses, and farming utensils necessary to carry on and culti- 
vate the land belonging to the establishment. There are also two 
horses, with waggons and harnesses, for collection of house offal, 
neither of wiiich belongs to the Alms-house property. The ex- 
pense of keeping them is charged to the house offal account. 

The land cultivated the past year has produced very well ; 
sufficient vegetables of all kinds have been raised for the use of 
the house the present year. There were 3,500 lbs. of pork raised 
during the year. 

Gentlemen : in conclusion we say, that the house and out-build- 
ings are in good condition, and through the vigilance of the seve- 
ral members of the Board of Overseers for the past five years, 
the house has been made a model house, for convenience and com- 
fort not to be surpassed in this Commonwealth. The house is 
furnished with sufficient furniture, beds and bedding for the com- 
fort of the present occupants, and I know of no additional expense 
that need be incurred the coming year for repairs. 

I remain, gentlemen, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Ezra Young, 
Superintendent of Alms-house. 

N. B. The only birth which occurred in the house during the 
year took place on Saturday last. An Irish woman, giving the 
name of Ellen Pope, made her way into the Police Station about 
8 o'clock, A. M., and was immediately brought to the house, and 
at 1 o'clock, P. M. gave birth to an heir to the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts. 



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REPORT OF THE AGENT OF THE OVERSEERS 
OF THE POOR. 

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

Gentlemen — Herewith I present a brief report of mj proceed- 
ings, as your Agent, for the year commencing the 1st of Febru- 
ary, 1862. The precise amount expended for those having no 
settlement^ I have not made up, but will hazard the opinion that 
about three-fourths of the entire amount is dispensed to that class. 
I had supposed the calls this winter would be less than in win- 
ters gone by, for various reasons. One, that mechanical labor 
has never been in such demand in any winter since I have filled 
this position. Another, that, thus far, we have had a milder win- 
ter than for many years. But the calls are about the same as in 
winters past. In many cases, with the approval of the Overseers 
of the Ward, I say, no. I am also fully satisfied, that, in some 
of the cases, where the 710 is not given, that it would be more for 
the interest of the City, the giver, and for the recipient to have it 
given, emphatically, because the class that I speak of should go 
where they can be provided for by the State, whose duty it is, 
and not ours, instead of remaining here in idleness, and depend- 
ent upon public and private charity. But little has been given by 
your Agent in the six months from last March, except in cases of 
extreme want and settlement cases. Since the first of December, 
and including this month, a large amount has been given, say 
about one thousand dollars, of which, about one fifth has been 
given to persons having a legal settlement here or elsewhere in 
the State, and, therefore, chargeable to the town or city liable by 
law to pay it. I have prepared a table for this month, which will 
probably indicate about the proportions with which these amounts 
are distributed. 



69 



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190 


00 


13 


00 


10 


00 



$598 00 



Of those having no settlement, many are the wives and parents 
of soldiers, who, it is true, get the State and City's liberal allow- 
ance, some of them $18 per month, but none from the soldiers, 
they not having received any pay from the U. S. Government for 
months. With the approval of the Overseer for the Ward, I 
have given in such cases a considerable amount. The amount 
expended is greater than the previous year ; one reason of which 
is, that fuel, the article mostly given, is 50 per cent, higher than 
last year, $9 per ton, for coal, against $6 last year. Much less 
was done in December last, in the way of transient aid, than in 
the corresponding month of 1861. Applicants were put off until 
January, and that accounts for the increase in a great degree. 

Respectfully submitted. 



Joshua Seaver, Agent. 



Roxhury, Jan. 26, 1863. 



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REPOPvT OF THE PHYSICIAN TO THE ALMS- 
HOUSE. 

RoxBURY, Jan. 26, 1883. 
To the Overseers of the Poor of the City of Roxhury : 

Gentlemen — -The health of the inmates the past j^ear has 
been unusually good. The sickness that has prevailed, for the 
most part, has been of such a nature as we might expect in a 
class of persons, many of whom are life-long invalids. At the 
beginning of the year the number was thirty-seven, and at the 
present time forty-six, of whom one half are under twenty years 
of age. 

Fewer cases than ever before have been admitted, either of 
acute disease, accident, or insanity. During the last spring, a 
family consisting of mother and three children under seven years 
of age, were brought here, with one child in the advanced stage 
of small-pox, which very briefly was fatal. Just prior to admis- 
sion, the other two children had been vaccinated, but this, after 
a few days, proving to be without success, they were re-vaccina- 
ted, in season to modify the severity of the disease, and exhibit, 
in a marked degree, the protective power of vaccination. Both 
had, varioloid, and both were speedily convalescent. In October 
a woman was brought here in a state of active delirium^, resulting 
from typhoid fever. She soon became comatose, and Avithin about 
thirty-six hours was dead. These two deaths comprise all that 
have occurred among the inmates during the year. 

In August the Institution suffered a serious loss in the sudden 
decease of its most excellent and efficient matron. She had been 
for a long time connected with the establishment in some capa- 
city, was well versed in the requisite duties of the place, and 
seemed by nature eminently fitted for the position in which she 



61 



was placed. With a heart keenly sensitive to the sufferings of 
those around her, and a hand ever open to extend every possible 
relief, with the prompt word of encouragement for all in des- 
pondency or affliction, and the ready excuse at command in ex- 
tenuation of fault, her kindly sympathies here found ample scope, 
and her life, quiet and unobtrusive, was spent in doing good to 
all within her sphere. While we mourn her untimely death, and 
extend to those in bereavement this brief tribute of our sympathy, 
we will ever remember, with feelings of cordial respect, her many 
admirable traits of character, and the record of her blameless life. 

The condition of the house is every thing that could be de- 
sired ; if deficiency exist in any respect, it has escaped my obser- 
vation. The inmates feel, for the most part, I think, that every 
needed provision for their comfort is liberally supplied, and only 
such restrictions are placed on their liberty as seem most likely 
to promote their personal well being and the common good of all. 

And, finally, to every one concerned in the management of 
this Institution is due much of commendation, for successful effort 
to make it a model of its kind, a home for the destitute, a credit 
to the City. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John S. Flint, 
Physician to the Alms-house. 



REPORT 



ON 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS, 

1862. 



To the Monorahle Mayor and City Council : 

Gentlemen — The following tabular statement in relation to the 
Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths in the Cit j of Rox- 
bury for the year 1862, is respectfully submitted. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Registrar. 

Taljie 'SSo. 1. 

BIRTHS REGISTERED IN THE CITY OF EOXBURY IN THE YEAR 1862. 

Males 425 

Females • 361 

Total 786 

Both parents native born 200 

Both parents foreigners 514 

One parent native born 72 

Total • 786 

Born in each month as folloics : 

January, February, March, April, May, June, 

■ 50 49 63 64 52 49 

July, August, September, October, November, December, 
59 73 90 58 84 95 

MARRIAGES REGISTERED IN THE CITY OF ROXBURY IN THE YEAR 1862. 

American parents both 68 

Foreign parents both 142 

American one — foreign one 24 

Total 234 

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

22 " 17 16 15 18 22 

July, August, September, October, November, December, 
17 21 23 23 28 12 



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MORTUARY STATISTICS. 
Xable ]Vo. 2. 

Diseases and Causes of Death in Roxbury in 1862. 



DISEASES. 


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Accidents 


1 

3 

1 

1 
6 

8 

1 

1 
2 

4 

1 

1 

2 

4 

1. 

2 

1 
1 

4 
45 


2 
1 

1 
4 

1 
2 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 

4 

1 

2 
1 

3 

4 
1 
1 

4 
2 

8 

1 
2 

51 


1 

1 
2 

1 

2 
3 

1 

2 

I 
1 

3 

4 

4 

2 

3 
1 

1 
1 
2 
6 

6 


1 
3 

1 

1 
6 

- 2 

1 

1 
3 

1 
1 

5 

1 
3 

1 
1 

3 

8 
2 
1 
2 
2 

1 
2 

1 
1 

1 

5 

61 


1 

2 

1 
6 
3 
2 

1 
1 

3 

2 

1 
1 
2 

1 

5 
1 

2 

1 

1 
3 

40 


1 

2 

1 
3 

2 

1 
1 

1 
1 

1 

7 
2 

1 
1 

5 
1 

1 
6 

38 


1 

1 
2 

1 

6 
2 

1 
4 
1 
1 

1 

1 

3 

1 
1 

2 

2 

1 
1 
2 

1 

7 
43 


2 

4 

1 
1 
1 
2 
6 

1 

19 

2 

2 
2 

1 

2 

1 
3 

1 

4 

1 
2 

5 

1 

1 
2 

11 

78 


2 

2 

4 

U 

2 

2 

1 

2 
9 
1 

2 

12 

1 

1 
1 
2 

2 

7 

9 

73 


2 

3 
1 

2 
1 

2 

2 

5 

1 

1 

3 

1 

1 

1 

4 

2 
6 

38 


1 
1 

1 

1 

4 
3 

1 

2 

1 
2 

1 
1 

2 

2 

1 

2 
2 

1 

2 

3 

4 

1 

7 

46 


2 
1 

1 
2 

7 
4 

1 

3 

2 

1 

1 
4 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

10 

47 


7 


Apoplexy 


3 


Abscess 


1 


Bowels, diseases of the 

Brain, diseases of the 

Bronchitis 


10 

20 

5 


Burnt by fire 


-S 


Canker 


2 


Cancer 


1 


Childbirth, diseases of 

Consumption 


11 

58 


Convulsions 


20 


Croup 


13 


Cholera Infantum 

Dropsy 


37 
12 


Drowning 


4 


Dysentery 


1^ 


Diptheria 


4 


Debility 


10 


Erysipelas 


9. 


Fever, Lunp: 


18 


" Typhoid 


21 


" Typhus 


« 


" Scarlet 


2fi 


Fits 


S 


Heart, diseases of the 
Hooping Cough 


12 
11 


Insanity 


2 


Infantile diseases 


S3 


Intemperance 


3 


Killed in battle 


IS 


Liver, diseases of the 

Marasmus 


3 

18 
2 




19 


Old Age 


19 


Pneumonia 


7 


Paralysis 


8 


Phthisis 


23 


Scarletina 


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Stillborn 


34 


Suffocation 


2 




2 


" Small-pox 


1 


Spine Complaint 


2 


Teething 


17 


Ulcer 


2 


Other causes 


76 




608 



REPORT 



CITY MAKSHAL. 



To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Roxbury : 
Gentlemen — I herewith present the Annual Report of the 

Police Department for the year 1862, viz : 

There have been 1252 arrests, 13 of which were for offences 

committed without the city ; leaving 1239 in the city alone, being 

100 less than the year previous. 



le arrests were for the following causes, v 


iz : 




Drunkenness, 


592 


Assault and battery, . 






154 


Larceny, .... 






103 


Violation of city ordinances, 






95 


Common drunkards, 






75 


Disturbing the peace, . 






46 


Vagrancy, . 






46 


Desertion, 






17 


Stubbornness, 






16 


Threatening bodily harm. 






15 


Violation of the Sunday law. 






13 


Fruit pilfering, . 






13 


Malicious mischief, 






7 


Truancy, .... 






6 


Breaking and entering, 






5 


Lewdness, 






5 



65 



Assault on officers, 


4 


Fugitives from justice, . . . . 


4 


Larceny in a building, . . . . 


4 


Larceny from the person, . . . . 


3 


Insanity, ....... 


3 


Burglary, ....... 


2 


Fast driving, 


2 


Assault, with intent to commite a rape, 


2 


Attempt at rescue, . . . . . 


2 


Assault with a dangerous weapon. 


2 


Attempt at larceny from the person. 


2 


Idle and disorderly persons. 


1 


Night-walking, ...... 


1 


Violation of the Bird law, ... 


1 


Forgery, 


1 


Perjury, 


1 


Passing counterfeit money, . . . . 


1 


Receiving stolen goods, 


1 


Indecent exposure, . . . . . 


1 


Surrendered by bail, . . . . . 


1 


Common begging, .... 


1 


Interfering with officers. 


1 


Refusing to give information to the Assessors, 


1 


Runaway boy, ..... 


1 


Attempt to pass worthless bills. 


1 


Total, 


. 1252 


Disposed of as follows, viz. : — 




Discharged without complaint. 


664 


Fined and paid, ..... 


185 


Sentenced to the House of Correction, . 


181 


Committed for non-payment of fine, 


82 


Placed on file, 


68 


Discharged by Court, .... 


54 


Put on probation, .... 


27 


Sentence postponed, .... 


24 



6* 



66 



Bound over to the Superior Court, 
Appealed, ..... 

Transferred to Judge of Probate, and sent to 

. State Reform School, 
Committed for want of bail, 
Put under bonds to keep the peace and fined. 
Put under bonds to keep the peace without fine 
Ordered to paj costs, 
Allowed to leave the city. 
Allowed to enhst, .... 

Total, 



18 
15 

14 
9 
6 
2 
1 
1 
1 

1252 



Of the 13 arrests, for offences committed without the city, 
5 were for breaking and entering, — 4 for assault and battery, — 
2 for malicious mischief, — 1 for larceny, and 1 for fruit pilfering. 

One thousand and eight of the arrests were of persons of foreign 
birth, and, of the remainder, 79 were born in Roxbury, — 219 
were minors, and 279 were females. 

Four hundred and thirty-nine persons have been provided with 
lodgings in the lock-up, of which 346 were foreigners, — 77 were 
females, and 44 were minors. 

The regular force of the department consists of the Marshal, 
7 day men, 11 watchmen, and the keeper of the lock-up, who acts 
as ofiicer of the Court. 

The expenses have amounted to $16,052 35, being about 
$200 less than the year previous. 

The fees of the police are mostly drawn by the Clerk of the 
Police Court, and by him paid over to the City Treasurer, and, 
as far as can now be ascertained, are about $500 less than in the 
year 1861. This diminution is owing to the smaller number of 
complaints and commitments, and to the reduction of fees by an 
Act passed by our Legislature during the session of 1862. 

The amount paid for special poHce service has been $232, 
while in 1861 it was $571, and in 1860 it was $1,310. 

I have paid out $120 99 for arresting and securing prisoners, 
conveying them to Dedham, &c., and have received for fees and 
service of the police, $51 80. 



67 

Our City has been quiet and orderly during the past year, not- 
withstanding the excitement attending upon enlisting. In conse- 
quence of recruiting, a large amount of extra labor was required 
of the police. These extra services were all rendered cheerfully 
and without pay. 

Intemperance still exists in our City, yet it does not seem to 
have increased during the year. I have, as yet, seen no reason for 
changing my opinion, that a judicious license law presents the 
only practical way for mitigating the evil. 

Our City has not suffered much from robberies during the 
year, and the number of incendiary fires has been comparatively 
small, and had not the Fire Inquest law been abolished, perhaps 
the number would have been still less. 

The early re-establishment of the Truant School would, I am 
fully convinced, be highly conducive to the welfare of the City, 
as a large number of idle and mischievous boys might then be 
taken care of, and kept from the commission of crime. 

Many rebellious dogs have met their just doom within the past 
year, and the canine undertaker still goes the rounds, with hook 
and spade, performing his useful labors, and has buried during 
the year, 753 dogs ; 116 hogs ; 61 goats ; 1,025 cats, and 1 
skunk — 1,956 bodies in all. These were found in the creeks, 
vacant lots, and -public streets. Though the undertaker is con- 
sidered honest, yet, it must be confessed, that he hooked quite a 
large number of these dead bodies before burying them. 

The Roxbury Police still maintains its character for usefulness 
and efficiency, its members continuing faithful and prompt in the 
discharge of duty. 

Since Roxbury became a City, nearly every man who has re- 
ceived an appointment as a regular police officer, whether in the 
department now or not, is still living, with the exception of Mr. 
James D. Loker, who, conceiving it to be his duty to leave the 
service of the City for that of his country, enhsted as a soldier in 
Capt. Graham's Company in August last. He went to the seat 
of war, and died in the service of his country. He was an honest 
man, a faithful and vigilant police officer, and stood high as a sol- 



68 

dier. His death is a loss to the Citj, and to the company and 
regiment to which he was attached. 

Six of the police have sent their sons to the war, — one sending 
three, another two, and four one each. But one member of the 
department has a son old enough who has not gone, he being 
lame. This fact I cannot but regard as an honor to the depart- 
ment and to the Citj, as well as to those whose sons have become 
soldiers in the service of their country. 

The subject of uniforming the police has once been before a 
former City Government, which did not then deem the measure 
expedient. I am aware that objections are offered to a uniform ; 
but I have never heard of but one worthy of any consideration ; 
and that is, that a police officer in uniform may be more easily seen 
by rogues and thieves. No doubt such would be the case. So, 
too, could honest men see him better, when they wished to call on 
him for help. 

Complaint is often made that a police officer can never be seen 
where he is wanted, when, perhaps, he is often near, but cannot 
be distinguished from other citizens. The known presence of a 
police officer in a crowd, will, in most cases, prevent a breach of 
the peace ; and in case of a row, an officer in uniform is not so 
liable to personal assaults, as one in citizen's dress. A former 
Deputy Chief of the Boston Police informed me that after their 
men were uniformed, the assaults on officers diminished one half. 

One of the great objects of a police organization is the preven- 
tion of crime, as well as the detection of the criminal. I feel 
fully convinced that the uniforming of the most of the police would 
add much to their efficiency in the way of prevention, and detract 
nothing in the way of detection ; and I would, therefore, recom- 
mend the subject for your consideration. 

Before our Police Court, wealth and poverty meet on equal 
terms, and mercy is never lost sight of. 

The regular Clerk of the Police Court went to the seat of war 
as a surgeon ; and the Clerk pro tern., who took his place, is also 
gone. They both left, follo^^^ed by the good wishes of those with 
whom they were officially associated, who cheerfully bear testi- 
mony to the faithfulness with which they performed tlieir duties 



69 

here. The present Clerk pro tem. is believed to be fully compe- 
tent, and gives entire satisfaction to all who have business with 
our Police Court. 

The City Physician has always been prompt and attentive 
whenever he has been called upon by the police to attend to such 
prisoners as required medical assistance ; and the demands upon 
him have been quite frequent. 

My thanks are due to the Government of last year for the con- 
fidence reposed in me ; to the several members of the Police 
Department, for their cheerful co-operation ; and to all who have 
given me their countenance and support in the discharge of duty. 
Respectfully submitted, 

BENJAMIN MERIAM, 

City Marshal. 

Roxhury, January, 1863. 



In Board of Aldermen, Jan. 26, 1863. 
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, Jan. 26, 1863. 
Concurred. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk. 



REPORT 



dt^^ief ^ngmeer of % Jfire Jepartntent. 



To the Honorable Mayor ^ Aldermen and Common Council : 

Gentlemen, — I herewith submit my Annual Report of the 
condition of the Fire Department of the City of Roxbury. 

The number of hand Engines in active use is three, the same 
as last year, retaining their old numbers, viz : No.'s one, six and 
seven. 

Also one Steam Fire Engine, and Hose carriage connected ; 
one Hose carriage, and one Hook and Ladder carriage, which 
constitute the entire force of the apparatus now in service. 

During the past year, there have not been any fires of great 
magnitude ; the most serious being the burning of Capt. Welsh's 
house on Lambert Avenue and an establishment on Pine Island ; 
and we have been able to get along without assistance from 
abroad. 

The discipline of the department has been perfect, not a case 
of insubordination having been reported, thus relieving the Board 
of Aldermen of an annoyance which in many previous years has 
been serious. 

During the past year two reservoirs have been constructed in 
much needed parts of the city, and I recommend the same num- 
ber be built this year. 



i 



71 

The Hand Engines, Hose, and Hook and Ladder carnages are 
in good working condition, care being taken to have them alwajs 
in good repair, believing it to be better economy to make little 
repairs when needed, than to postpone till a large outlay would 
be inevitable. 

The working of the Steamer is very satisfactory and reliable. 
When it was first put in use, it often disappointed, and would 
sometimes fail just when its service was almost indispensable. 
But a radical defect in its suction has been discovered and reme- 
died, and now it works quick and never fails. 

I would respectfully recommend that another Steamer be pur- 
chased by the city. The experience of other cities has fully 
tested their utility, and in many places the hand engines have 
given way entirely to steam.. 

The cost of running a steamer with the hose carnage is about 
one-third more than that of a hand engine, but should a new 
steamer be purchased, two of those now in use could be dispensed 
with and a large annual saving made. The old spirit of rivalry, 
and love of excitement, which formerly distinguished firemen is 
fast subsiding, much, we believe, to the welfare and benefit of the 
community ; but it is followed by a great reluctance on the part 
of our well disposed and orderly citizens to join the department, 
from the severe physical labor and exposure incident thereto. 

Other evils M^hich in the past have been apparent, ^yould also 
be avoided, and, we are firm in the belief, if we had an entire 
steam apparatus for extinguishing fires, it would become strictly a 
matter of business, and the city would be efiectually guarded 
against the calamities of fire. 

The hose purchased last year of the Belting Co. has fully 
answered expectations. It is durable, easily kept clean, and 
needs no oiling. 

The engine houses are in good repair, except the house of No. 
seven, where quite a large sum will be necessary to put it in good 
order ; and even after this is done, it is not so large as is desirable. 

The whole number of alarms was fifteen less than that of 1861, 
and there was but one false alarm. 



72 



Whole number of alarms last year, . 


. 


Actual Fires, 


83 


Alarms out of the City, . 


7 


False Alarm, 


1 


Struck by lightning, 


1 



42 



42 
Total Amount of Loss, $41,235. Insurance, $34,450. 

It gives me pleasure to acknowledge the harmonious action of 
my associates in the Board of Engineers, and their zealous devo- 
tion to the interests of the city. 

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

Kespectfully submitted, 

JAMES MUNROE, 

Chief Engineer. 



In Common Council, Eeb. 24, 1863. 

Report accqsted and referred to the Committee on Accounts, with instructions 
to print with the Annual Report of Receipts and Expenditures. 
Sent up for <x>ncurrence. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, aerh. 



Concurred. 



In Board op Aldermen, Eeb. 24, 1863. 
JOSEPH W. TUCKER, CUy Clerk. 



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RESERVOIRS, 

AND OTHER SOURCES OF OBTAINING WATER. 



No. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
23 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
33 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



Location. 



Eliot Square ... 

Warren, near Washington Street" 
Corner of Washington and Eustis Streets 
Short Street ...... 

Chestnut Street, Mount Pleasant 
Corner of Fellows and Hunneman Streets 
Cedar Street ...... 

Corner of Washington and Ruggles Streets 

Corner of Vernon and Auburn Streets 

Corner of Dudley and Kenilworth Streets 

Dudley, near Warren Street . 

Corner of Dudley and Greenville Streets 

Eaton, near Yeoman Street 

Centre Street .... 

Porter Street ..... 

Elm Street, Mount Pleasant 
Walnut Street, junction of Warren 
Pearl Street ..... 

Eustis, corner of East Street . 

Copeland Square 

Well, corner of Davis and Eustis Streets 
Regent, near St. James Street 
Corner of Ruggles and Cabot Streets . 
Adams, near Eustis Street 

Davis Street 

Oak Street 

Norfolk Street 

Corner of Greenville and Winthrop Streets 

Smith Street, near Parker Street, 

(Corner of Warren and Waverly Streets . 

Corner of Parker and Alleg^hany Streets 

East Street, opposite Norfolk Avenue 

Washington Street, opposite City Holel, 

Swell Street, near Lead Factory, 

Shawmut Avenue, .... 

Walnut Street, .... 

Well in G. A. Simmons's yard. Highland Street 

Wellin Samuel Guild's yard, near Bartlett Street 

Well in Patent Leather Works yard, Water Street 

Reservoir corner of Highland and Cedar Street 

Reservoir corner of Grove Hall Avenue & Winthrop St 



No. of 
Gallons. 



25,000 
30,000 
16,000 
25,000 
15,000 
15,000 
15,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18.000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 

15.000 
17.000 
17,000 
16, .500 
18,000 
16,000 
19,500 
18,500 
28,000 
26,000 
26,000 
26,000 
30,000 

30,000 



45,000 
45,000 



Condition. 



Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
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Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
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Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 
Good. 



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HYDRANTS, 



PROM MOUNT WARREN, COCHITUATE AND JAMAICA POND PIPES. 



No. 


Location. 


Source. 


Condition. 


1 


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Mt. W. 


Good. 


2 


Alpine Street 






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Good. 


3 


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Good. 


4 


Dale Street 










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Good. 


6 


Tremont Street, corner ofB'ranklin Place . 










Cochit. 


Good. 


5 


'rremoiit Street, corner of Sudbury Street 










" 


Good. 


7 


Tremont Street, corner of Ruggles Street 










ti 


Good. 


8 


Tremont Street, opposite Carpet Works 










" 


Good. 


9 


iSidewalkj Texas Avenue, .... 










" 


Good. 


10 


Washington Street, corner of Phillips Place . 










It 


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 


Vernon Street, corner of Washington Street 










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Good. 


15 


Davis Street, corner of Webber Street 










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Good. 


16 


East Street, opposite Stubb's shop 










" 


Good. 


17 


East Street, corner of Davis Street 










" 


Good. 


18 


Swett Street, near Curtis & Blake's Mill, 










It 


Good. 


19 


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Good. 


19 


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" 


Good. 


20 


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It 


Good. 


21 


Ruggles Street, corner of Parker St. 










" 


Good. 


22 


Western Avenue, near Francis Street 






Cocliit. 


Good. 


23 


Western Avenue, Appleion Place, . 




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" 


Good. 


24 


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" 


Good. 


25 


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(( 


Good. 


26 


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Mt. W. 


Good. 


27 


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" 


Good. 


28 


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Cochit. 


Good. 


29 


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" 


Good. 


30 


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II 


Good. 



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REPORT 



OF THE 



illilOllRS OF FOMST ffllLS CEMETERY. 



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 

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 

The interest the public take in Forest Hills Cemetery continues 
to increase ; our receipts have been larger the past than any 
previous year. 

Monuments. Twenty monuments have been erected the past 
year. 

Avenues. Seventeen hundred feet have been excavated and 
filled with stone and gravel. 

Paths. Eight hundred and fifty-five feet of paths have -been 
excavated and filled with stone and gravel. 

Lots finished. One hundred and twelve lots and sixty-five 
graves are now ready for sale. 

Fences. Four lots have been enclosed with iron fences, and 
ten with granite and three with hedges. 

Interments. Five hundred and eighty-nine interments, in 
private lots and in the field of Ephron, have been made the past 
year. 

The fund for the perpetual care of lots now amounts to three 
thousand and sixty-five dollars. The importance of this arrange- 
ment has been stated in previous reports. 



80 

The late Horatio Davis has bequeathed to the Commissioners, 
in trust, five hundred dollars, the interest to be devoted to the 
care of his lot. 

The late Nathaniel Snow has bequeathed to the Commissioners, 
in trust, two thousand dollars, one half the interest to be devoted 
to the care of his lot, the other half for the purpose of general 
ornament. 

Fifteen thousand dollars have been invested in United States 
Bonds ; it having been ascertained that this amount would not be 
expended at present, we thought it best to have it placed on 
interest, in view of a large expenditure in the renewal of the 
present gate-way in granite, and in laying permanent walls where 
the Cemetery is bounded by the highway. 

Receipts. 
Balance unexpended February 1, 1862, . . $2,710 59 

Received for 143 graves, 1,390 00 

" " 110 lots of land, . ... . 15,420 50 
" " grading lots, stone posts, rent, hay and 

brickwork, .... 19,679 38 

" " interest from City of Roxbury, accrued 

on deposit money for permanent care 
of lots, . . . • . 148 62 

" " interest on Treasury Notes, . . 427 05 



JExpenditures. 
Paid for labor on lots and avenues, 
" Ten Treasury Notes, $1,000 each, 7.30 per ct, 
" Interest accrued at the time of purchase, 
" Five U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness, $1,000 

each, 6 per ct., 
" Interest accrued at the time of purchase, 
" Edmund M. Fowler's note, . 
" Interest on notes, .... 



Amount carried forward, $26,404 58 



$39,776 14 


. $9,621 


04 


. 10,339 


80 


142 


00 


, 4,895 


00 


11 


74 


, 1,000 


00 


395 


00 



81 



Amount Iroughtforivard, 

Paid A. Kittredge, stone posts, 

" P. R. Page, " 

" P. McDonnell, " 

" D. G. Corliss & Co., stone work, . 

" J. Clement, collecting small bills, 1861, 

" Richard Barrj, marble work, 

" West Castleton R. R. Slate Co., grave covers 

" John Runey, flower pots, 

" Oliver Moulton, services as Superintendent, 

" Joseph Houghton, grain and meal, 

" Insurance, 

" J. Martin, trees and shrubs, 

" W. C. Strong, shrubs, &c., 

" Andrew G. Day, 

" J. Clement, collecting small bills, 1862, 

" A. P. Hodgdon, blacksmith's bill, 

" Perkins & Sampson, iron railing, 

" Levi BoUes, sashes and glass, 

" 0. Moulton, sundry small bills, 

" J. M. Hewes, printing Reports, 

" Norfolk County Journal Ofl&ce, printing, 

" S. P. Blake, exchange of land, 

" Parker, Gannett & Osgood, tools, 

" James Boyd & Sons, harness, 

" James & Pope, lumber, 

" George Curtis, cement, lumber, &c. 

" Nathan Pratt, powder and carting, 

" A. D. Williams, manure, 

" Joseph Wilhams, " 

" Boston Lead Co., lead, &c._ 

" Aaron R. Gay, stationery, 

" George C. Rand & Avery, . 

" West Roxbury, tax bill, 

" J. M. & G. H. Pike, coal, . 

Amount carried forward, 



$26,404 58 


33 


75 


110 00 


78 50 


284 


53 


150 


00 


11 


50 


172 


92 


23 


50 


1,000 


00 


683 


15 


8 


90 


205 


03 


80 


11 


10 


32 


175 


00 


362 


10 


75 


00 


23 


00 


82 


28 


78 


50 


27 


30 


27 


00 


75 


39 


21 


50 


21 


11 


98 


11 


92 


75 


60 


00 


59 54 


192 


86 


2 


70 


18 25 


76 


34 


48 


00 


$30,823 


52 



82 



Amount brought forward, 
Paid John Backup, envelopes, . . 
" Duncan Welch, flowers and bulbs, . 
" William J. Mathes, carriage hire, . 
" E. T. Northend, " 

" John E. Wilhams, mending harness, 
« E. A. Hovey, " 

" Clarke & Shaw, professional services, 
" C. Hardwick & Co., labor at Cemetery, 
" Revenue stamps, .... 

" Joseph W. Tucker, keeping books and collecting 
" Robert Seaver, . . 
" John Fottler, teaming, &c., . 
" D. Hardacker, wheelwright's work, 
" Houghton & Mayo, .... 
" J. D. Steele, scrip for lot, 
" Oliver Moulton, for horse, 
Balance to new account, .... 



$30,823 


52 


27 


50 


14 40 


3 


00 


7 


50 


26 


41 


1 


25 


17 


00 


39 


00 


51 


00 


400 


00 


21 


76 


47 


75 


49 


93 


44 


03 


100 


00 


200 


00 


. 7,902 


09 



,776 14 



One thousand dollars of the debt to Edmund M. Fowler, has 
been paid the past year. Six thousand dollars, the balance, will 
be due, three thousand dollars next December, and three thou- 
sand dollars in December, 1864. 

FRANCIS C. HEAD, 

Secretary of the Commissioners of Forest Hills Cemetery. 
EoxBURY, Feb. 23, 1863. 



In Board of Aldeemen, Feb. 24, 1863. 

Report accepted and referred to the Committee on Accounts, with instruc- 
tions to cause the same to be printed with the Receipts and Expenditures of the 
City. 

Sent down for concurrence. JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City CMc. 



Concurred. 



In Common Council, Feb. 24, 1863. 
JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerh. 



83 



MEMORANDA FOR PROPRIETORS. 

The Records of Deeds are kept in tlie City Hall, under the direction 
of the City Clerk, and are the only evidence of the title of a Proprietor 
recognized by the Commissioners ; consequently when a person receives 
a lot by transfer from a Proprietor, he should immediately send his 
deed at once to the City Clerk's office for record. 

Care of Lots. A book is kept at the Superintendent's office at the 
Cemetery, in which are entered all orders for the care of lots. Pro- 
prietors should be particular to specify what care they desire to be 
devoted to their lots, and it is requested that all orders given should be 
in writing. 

Flowers. Proprietors in want of flowers to beautify their lots, will 
find them at the Cemetery by calling on Mr. Duncan Welsh, the gard- 
ener, with whom they can settle for the same. 

Interments. For a deposit in the receiving tomb, to remain not over 
60 days, the price charged will \)Q fifteen dollars. If a lot is purchased 
within that time, a part of the deposit money will be refunded. For a 
single grave in the " Field of Ephron," ten dollars and the necessary 
fees for digging a grave, interment, &c. For digging a grave for an 
adult, making interment and recording, $3. For digging a grave for 
a child under ten years old, $2. 

The above sums are all payable at or before the time of interment. 



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 obtainiid 
of Oliver Moulton, Superintendent at the grounds ; Joseph W. 
Tucker, City Clerk, City Hall, Roxbury ; or either of the Com- 
missioners. 



DIRECTORY 



THE AVEl^UES A]^D PATHS. 



AVENUES. 

ASH leads from Catalpa to Maple avenue. 
ASPEN leads from White Oak to Willow avenue. 
BEECH leads from Canterbury street gate to Lake avenue. 
CATALPA leads from Beech, in a southerly direction. 
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 leads from Chestnut avenue near Consecration hill. 
CYPRESS leads from Beech to Larch avenue. 
ELM leads from Lake avenue to Beech avenue. 
FIR leads from Mount Warren to Tupelo avenue. 
FOUNTAIN leads from Juniper to Rock Maple and Willow avenue. 
HEMLOCK leads from Whitef Oak to Fountain avenue. 
JUNIPER leads from Cherry to Fountain avenue. 
LAKE leads from Fountain, round Lake Hibiscus to Fountain avenue. 
LARCH leads from Fountain avenue to Cypress hill. 
LINDEN leads from Mount Warren to Pine avenue. 
LOCUST leads from Egyptian gate to Mount Warren avenue. 
MAGNOLIA leads from Chestnut avenue to the summit of Consecra- 
tion hill. 
MAPLE leads from Beech in a southerly direction. 
MULBERRY leads from Egyptian gateway to White Oak avenue. 
MOUNT VERNON leads from White Oak to Mulberry. 
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. 



85 

RED OAK leads from Willow to White Oak avenue. 

EOCK MAPLE leads from White Oak avenue to Consecration, 

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



AILANTHUS leads from White Pine to Cherry avenue. 
ALTHEA leads from Hemlock to Fountain avenue. 
AMARANTH leads from Cherry to Hemlock avenue. 
ANEMONE leads from Hemlock avenue to Eglantine path. 
ARBUTUS leads from Beech avenue, southerly. 
ARETHUSA leads from Lake to Cedar avenue. 
ASPHODEL leads from Fir to Mount Warren avenue. 
ASTER leads from Hemlock to White Oak avenite. 
AZALEA leads from Mount Warren to Mount Warren avenue. 
BELLFLOWER leads from Hemlock to Cherry avenue. 
BIGNOLIA 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. 
CROCUS leads from Spruce to Poplar avenue. 
DAISY leads from Catalpa avenue to Maple. 
EGLANTINE leads from Hemlock to White Oak avenue. 



86 

ELDER leads from Lake to Cedar avenue. 

ELIOT HILLS leads from White Oak to Nesutati avenue. 

G-ERANIUM 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. 
HAWTHORN leads from White Oak avenue to Eliot Hills path. 
HAZEL leads from Beech to Elm 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. 
LILAC leads from Juniper to Hemlock avenue. 
LILY leads from Alder avenue, near Consecration hill. 
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 Lake avenue to Cedar. 
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 Mistleto path. 



8T 

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. 
VIBERNUM 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 learn- 
ing 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 AT FOREST HILLS. 



COMMISSIONERS. 
Alvah Kittredge, William J. Reynolds, 

Francis C. Head, E. W. Bumstead, 

George Lewis. 

/ 



OATALOGIIE OP PEOPEIETOES OF LOTS. 

Arranged according to STuinberg. 



Proprietors. 

Sawyer, Benjamin F. 
Harlow, George 
Parker, Moses 
Sears, Paul, Jr. 
Gregerson, George 
Humphris, Edward, Jr. 
Emerson, John S. 
Hemmenway, Benjamin 
Faxon, Oren 
Blake, Charles 
Adams, Adoniram J. 
Tilden, Thomas 
Brownell, Uriah T. 
Sweat, Thatcher 
Hersey, Nathan 
Hanson, John L. 
Mayo, Amy 
Goodnow, R. D. 
Pratt, Henry 
Simpson, David 
Dudley, Joseph W. 
Dudley, H. A. S. D. 
Dudley, Sarah W. 
Bates, Ruth 
Cowan, William H. 
Parmelee, Asaph 
Wise, John 
Rand, Eldred, 
Barnes, John 
Hall, Hiram 
Hamblen, David 
Nute, Enoch 
Dorr, Nathaniel 
Albert, J. M. 
Curtis, Francis 



No. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


1 


Bellflower path 


150 


2 


Bellflower path 


160 


3 


White Oak avenue 


202 


4 


White Oak avenue 




5 


White Oak avenue 




6 


White Oak avenue 


460 


7 


White Oak avenue 




8 


White Oak avenue 




9 


White Oak avenue 




10 


White Oak avenue 




11 


White Oak avenue 




12 


White Oak avenue 




13 


White Oak avenue 




14 


White Oak avenue 




15 


White Oak avenue 




16 


White Oak avenue 




17 


White Oak avenue 




18 


White Oak avenue 




19 


White Oak avenue 




20 


White Oak avenue 




21 


White Oak avenue 


380 


22 


AVhite Oak avenue 


380 


23 


White Oak avenue 


380 


24 


Mount Warren avenue 




25 


Cherry avenue 




26 


Willow avenue 


200 


27 


Heliotrope path 


150 


28 


White Oak avenue 




29 


White Oak avenue 




30 


Red Oak avenue 




31 


Willow avenue 




32 


Willow avenue 




33 


Willow avenue 




34 


White Oak avenue 




35 


White Oak avenue 


400 



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



89 



Sanborn, Christopher P. 

Munroe, James 

Plummer, John L. 

Jones, John B. 

Jackson, Samuel and Daniel 

Spear, Susannah K. 

Macomber, Ichabod 

Williams, Horace 

Hewins, Whiting 

Beal, Wilder 

Sleeper, John S. 

Burckes, Catherine 

Slade, Robert 

Copeland, Benjamin F. 

Copeland, Charles 

Bacon, William, Boston 

Sumner, Austin 

Drinkwater, 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. 

Williams, Aaron D. 

Williams, 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 

Kowell, Rufus 

Parker, Jonathan 

8* 



86 


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 


W^hite Pine avenue 




79 


White Pine avenue 




80 


W^hite Pine avenue 




81 


White Pine avenue 




82 


White Pine avenue 




83 


Red Oak avenue 




84 


Red Oak avenue 




85 


Red Oak avenue 


837 


86 


W^hite Oak avenue 




87 


Heliotrope path 


240 


88 


Cherry avenue 




89 


Clematis path 




90 


Narcissus path 





90 



Dudley, Eliza 


91 


Low, Francis 


92 


Low, John J. 


93 


Hennessy, Richard 


94 


Gregg, Mary 


95 


Jordan, John T. 


96 


Morse, William 


97 


Smith, Melancthon 


98 


Swett, Samuel W. 


99 


Gorham, James L. 


100 


Bachelder, Josiah G. 


101 


Fowle, Isaac 


102 


Lawler, William 


103 


Bradford, Charles F. 


104 


Hickling, Charles 


105 


Blanchard, William 


106 


Williams, Isaac F. 


107 


Holland, Thomas R. 


108 


Tappan, Amelia C. 


109 


Whipple, James 


110 


Hunt, James 


111 


Manning, Charles 


112 


Pitman, John H. 


113 


Blaney, Charles P. 


114 


Clark, Alexander 


115 


Wyman, Asa 


116 


Tucker, Joseph W. 


117 


Whitmore, Creighton 


118 


Gwynne, Samuel 


119 


Krogman, S. B. 


120 


Emmes, Stillman W. 


121 


Waters, Ebenezer 


122 


Perry, Rufus A. 


123 


Vila, James 


124 


Sigourney, Daniel A. 


125 


Barry, James 


126 


Ware, Leonard 


127 


Daniel, Josiah N. 


128 


"Wrightington, B. T. 


129 


Anderson, Bufus 


130 


Brown, James W. L. 


131 


Heard, John J. 


132 


Molineux, Robert W. 


133 


Cunningham, Andrew 


134 


Wadsworth, Samuel 


135 


Rogers, John 


136 


Blake, Samuel P. 


137 


Copeland, Franklin 


138 


Fowler, Edmund M. 


139 


Crane, Samuel D., for the heirs 


of Larra Crane, dec. 


140 


White, Isaac D. 


141 


Morgan, Abigail 


142 


Parker, Caleb 


143 


Whitmore, G. D. 


144 



W^hite Oak avenue 

Amaranth path 

Amaranth path 

Clematis path 

Hemlock avenue 500 

Hawthorn path 

White Oak avenue 

Cherry avenue 360 

Cherry avenue 360 

Cherry avenue 360 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

Willow avenue 360 

Willow avenue 360 

Willow avenue 

Amaranth path 

Narcissus path 

Mount Warren avenue 195 

White Oak avenue 

Red Oak avenue 

Red Oak avenue 60O 

Red Oak avenue 

Narcissus path 120 

White Oak avenue 

Narcissus path 

Narcissus path 

Narcissus path 

White Oak avenue 

White Pine avenue 

White Oak avenue 150 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

Moss path 

Narcissus path 

Narcissus path 400 

Narcissus path 

Narcissus path 

Narcissus path 

Narcissus path 

Hawthorn path 460 

Hawthorn path 

Hawthorn path 

Hawthorn path 

Hawthorn path 

Hawthorn path 

Hawthorn path 

Hawthorn path 

Green Brier path 

Hawthorn path 

Hawthorn path 

Eliot Hills path 540 

Eliot Hills path 



91 



Dunbar, David A. 


145 


Aspen avenue 




Steele, E. F. 


146 


Hawthorn path 


150 


Taft, Read 


147 


Violet path 


164 


Taft, Charles M. 


148 


Violet path 




Winslow, Koland 


149 


Violet path 




Mann, N. P. 


150 


Violet path 




Russell, George R. 


151 


Sweet Brier path 


720 


Wbitwell, William 


152 


Cherry avenue 




Blake, Jesse 


153 


Hemlock avenue 




Brown, W. H. 


154 


Aster path 


150 


Wellman, Williana A. 


155 


Holly path 




Kittredge, Alvah 


156 and 157 


Holly path 


600 


Baker, William E. 


158 


Holly path 




Thompson, A. C. 


159 


Holly path 






160 


Red Oak avenue 


380 


Blancbard, A. R., Mrs. 


161 


Red Oak avenue 




Dove, George 


162 


Red Oak avenue 




Weld, Benjamin 


163 


Holly path 




McKay, William P. 


164 


Magnolia avenue 




Andrews, Henry R. 


165 


White Oak avenue 




Hill, David W. 


166 


White Oak avenue 




Hobart, Mary W. 


167 


Red Oak avenue 


500 


Lee, W. Raymond 


168 


Violet path 




Amory, Elizabeth 


169 


Violet path 




Howe, M. A. D'Wolf 


170 


Violet path 




Head, Charles Dudley 


171 


Violet path 




Head, Fi-ancis C. 


172 


Violet path 




Sherman, Amory F. 


173 


Red Oak avenue 




Bond, Sewall B. 


174 


Myrtle path 


400 


Scates, Dodavah 


175 


Myrtle path 


400 


Chubbuck, S. E. 


176 


Red Oak avenue 


400 


Campbell, Benjamin F. 


177 


Red Oak avenue 


400 


Pratt, Jerabmeel C. 


178 


Tupelo avenue 




Parker, Joseph 


179 


Tupelo avenue 




Mathes, Albert R, 


180 






Haven, Calvin W. 


181 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Haven, Calvin W. 


182 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Keith, William 


183 


Hemlock avenue 


360 


Lothrop, Ansel 


184 


White Oak avenue 


350 


Pear, Edward 


185 


White Oak avenue 




Bacal, Thomas 


186 


White Oak avenue 


200 


Badger, George W- 


187 


Clematis path 


400 


Allen, Isaac 


. 188 


White Pine avenue 


400 


Walker, Catherine R. ' 


189 


Cherry avenue 


200 


Vose, Elijah 


190 


White Pine avenue 




Gray, Alfred T. 


191 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


Wiswall, Samuel S. 


192 


Yew avenue 




Day, Moses 


193 


Chrysanthemum path 


450 


Sewall, Moses 


194 


Chrysanthemum path 


450 


Bartlett, Pliny 


195 


Mount Warren avenue 


100 


Sears, Joseph H. 


196 


Rosemary path 


430 


Fuller, David S. 


197 


Clematis path 




Nichols, William S. 


198 


Rosemary path 




Webber, John, Jr. 


199 


Willow avenue 




,Backall, William K. 


200 


Willow avenue 





92 



Felton, Samuel 


201 


Willow avenue 




Train, Samuel F. 


202 


Aspen avenue 




Thwinw, Supply C. 


203 


Aspen avenue 




Bartlett, Henry 


204 


Aspen avenue 




Kettell, John B. 


205 


White Pine avenue 


1 


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 


White, 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 


Viburnum 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 



93 



Frost, William C. 257 

Dudley, Ebenezer 258 

Seaver, John C. 259 

Seaver, William D. 260 

Weld, Daniel 261 

Weld, John D. 262 

Dickson, Alexander 263 

Huston, William K. 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 
Eeynolds, William J. 276 and 277 

Pollock, George 278 

Pollard, Abner W. 279 

Bazin, George W. 280 

Rand, Abraham W. 281 

Ayres, 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 

Eobinson, J. P. 295 

Torrey, Joseph G. 296 
Crane, Samuel D., for heirs of 

Larra Crane, dec. 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. 305 

Ellis, Charles 306 

Ellis, Charles M. 307 

Whiting, William 308 

Eastman, Sally 309 

Williams, Col. Jos., heirs of 310 

Williams, Stedman 311 



Green Brier path 72 

Willow avenue 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

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 AVarren 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 



Green Brier path 


180 


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 





94 



"\Tilliams, Nehemiab D. 
Williams, John 
Richards, Isaiah D. 
Hall, Charles G. 
Fearing, Lincoln 
Williams, Stephen 
Buflinton, Jonathan 
Weld, Nancy 
Lewis, Elijah 
Harrington, Ephraim 
Fisher, Warren 
Simmons, Thomas 
Simmons, David A. 
Simmons, George A. 
Webber, John 
Williams, Thomas 
Browning, Mary E. 
French, Jonathan 
Williams, Jonathan T. 
Hazin, Charles 
Frederick, Jabez 
Nichols, Lawrence 
Bray, Charles F. 
BraV, Edgar W. 
Burnbam, T. O. H. P. 
Paige, Charles E. 
Hammond, Stephen 
Sawyer, Alpha 
Pollard, George 
Billings, George 
Baker, John 
Sawyer, James 
Kittredge, John D. 
Eice, William 
Langley, Samuel 
Faunce, Stephen 
March, Andrew S. 
Pettes, George W. 
Swift, John L. 
Pettes, Henry 
Toung, Calvin 
Barry, John S. 
Litchfield, Simeon 
Mayo, John M. 
Cumston, William 
Smith, Daniel D. 
Ames, Robert W. 
Biient, Mehitebel 
Weld, Sarah 
Leman, John 
Newell, James M. 
Hinckley, Thomas F. 
Hathorne, J. H. 
Nunn, Charles 
Williams, Henry H. 



312 


IMount Warren avenue 




813 


Laurel path 




314 


Aspen avenue 


'- 


315 


Cherry avenue 




316 


Laurel path 




317 


Laurel path 




318 


Cherry avenue 




319 


Cherry avenue 




320 


Cherry avenue 




321 


Grape path 


480 


322 


Grape path 


480 


323 


Grape path 


480 


324 


Grape path 


480 


325 


Grape path 


480 


326 


Willow avenue 




32 7 


Laurel path 




328 


AVhite Oak avenue 


328 


329 


Amaranth path 




330 


Laurel path 




331 


Eliot Hills path 




332 


White Oak avenue 


250 


333 


Clematis path 




334 


White Oak avenue 


250 


335 


White Oak avenue 


250 


336 


Cherry avenue 




337 


White Oak avenue 




338 


Hawthorn path 




339 


Hawthorn path 




340 


Hawthorn path 




341 


Hawthorn path 




342 


White Oak avenue 


154 


S43 


Cowslip path 




344 


Cowslip path 




345 


Amaranth path 




346 


Green Brier path 


360 


347 


Green Brier path 


360 


348 


Holly path 


480 


349 


White Oak avenue 




350 


Hawthorn path 




351 


White Oak avenue 




352 


Jasmine path 




353 


Jasmine path 




354 


Green Brier path 




355 


White Oak avenue 


380 


356 


Sweet Brier path 




357 


Hemlock avenue 




358 


Eliot Hills path 




359 


Green Brier path 


135 


360 


Aster path 




361 


White Oak avenue 




362 


Rosemary path 




S63 


Geranium path 




364 


Amaranth path 




365 


White Oak avenue 


250 


366 


Laurel path 


360 



95 



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 


E,nmrill, Nancy 


371 


Rosemary path 




Bills, Harriet 


372 


Tupelo avenue 




Calrow, John G. 


373 


ISIount Warren avenue 




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, AVilliam, Roxhury 


380 


Cherry avenue 


600 


Bacon, Horace 


381 


Cherry avenue 




Pearson, George W. 


382 


White Pine avenue 




Smith, DanierC. 


383 


Hemlock avenue 


365 


Newcomb, James 


384 


Hemlock avenue 




Bobbins, 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 




Hue kins, James H. W. 


395 


Rosemary path 




Hutchinson, Andrew B. 


396 


White Pine avenne 




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 




By ram, 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 





96 



Sands, Edward 422 

Williams, Tilson 423 

Flint, Thomas 424 

Worthington, Caroline 425 

Patten, D. & G. 426 

Barnes, James 427 

Smith, Martha 428 

Sanderson, John H. 429 

Hunneweli, Joseph W. 430 

Stowe, Orville 431 

White, Benjamin C. 432 

Snow, Nathaniel 433 

Drew, William 434 

Jackson, Jane 435 

Wainwright, Peter 436 

Hunting, Reuben 437 

Cooley, William 438 

Page, Kilby 439 

Spaulding, S. R. 440 

Spaulding, B. P. 441 

Chadbourn, Seth 442 

Glover, Thomas 443 

Smith, Phineas B. 444 

Sinclair, Thomas 445 

Wentworth, E. M. M. 446 

Blendell, Sophia M. 447 

Chamberlain, Dexter H. 448 

Hook, William R. M. 449 

Dean, Amos J. 450 

Cunningham, Lucy 451 

Davis, Ezra 452 

Sweetser, George H. 453 

Sloan, Charles F. 454 

Prescott, Samuel 455 

Ford, Eliza 456 

Farrington, Ebenezer T. 457 

Faunce, Calvin B. 458 

Davenport, George 459 

Davenport, Henry 460 

Sherburne, Charles 461 

Bursley, Henry 462 

Peck, Hannah 463 

Cracklin, Joseph 464 

Thayer, Robert H. 465 

Clark, William 466 

Huff, Owen 467 

Wallis, Levi 468 

Marsh, John 469 

Perry, William, Jr. 470 

Hardwick, William 471 

Gaston, Alexander 472 

Fisk, Bela S. 473 

Jenkins, Wealthy Ann 474 

Seaverns, Thomas W- 475 

Stevens, Polly 476 



Willow avenue 400 

Mount Warren avenue 

Cherry avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 180 

Rosemary path 

White .Pine avenue 

Geranium path 

Aspen avenue 100 

White Pine avenue 

White Pine avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Cherry avenue 440 

Aster path 

Sweet Brier path 100 

Cherry avenue 

Clematis path 380 

Viburnum path 

Geranium path 340 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Cherry avenue 

Cherry avenue 

Cherry avenue 

Cherry avenue 

White Pine avenue 

Aster path 

Geranium path 

Rosemary path 

White Pine avenue 

Aster path 

Geranium path 320 

Cherry avenue 

Cherry avenue 200 

Bellflower path 

Aspen avenue 

Hyacinth path 

Clematis path 

Clematis path 

Clematis path 

Hyacinth path 200 

Hyacinth path 200 

Hemlock avenue 

Geranium path 

Mount Warren avenue 

Clematis path 

Anemone path 

Clematis path 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

White Pine avenue 

White Pine avenue 

Bellflower path 

Bellflower path 224 

Mount Warren avenue 250 

Mount Warren avenue 250 



97 



Seaverns, Abijah 
Taft, Alonzo 
Dwight, Thomas 
Appleton, William, Jr. 
Warren, J. M. 
Warren, J. S. 
Lyman, Charles 
Warren, John C. 
Arnold, Mattron V. 
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 
Williams, J. D., estate of 
Peirce, William 
Howes, Osborn 
Crowell, Henry G. 
Bixby, S. Clarke 
Dean, Enos W. 
Barker, Edward H. 
Lambert, Joseph 
Burt, Laben 

Nichols, Charles, (for Miss ) 
Powers,) ) 

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. 
Wentworth, Alexander 
Wentworth, F. B. 
Way, Samuel A. 



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 




486 


Clematis path 


250 


487 


Bellflower path 




488 


Clematis path 


400 


489 


Aster path 


315 


490 


W^hite 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 v 




506 


Cherry avenue 


400 


507 


Bellflower path 




508 


Anemone peth 


360 


509 


Anemone path 


360 


510 


White Pine avenue 


360 


511 


Mount Warren avenue 


80 


512 


Clematis path 




513 


Bellflower path 


215 


514 


White 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 


265 


529 


White Pine avenue 


365 


530 


White Pine avenue 


430 



98 



Getting, Caroline M. 
Hunt, George H. 
Butler, Nathaniel 
Weld, Franklin 534 

Millard, Charles J. 
Pierce, Jonathan 
Cragin, Daniel 
Burchstead, Benjamin 
Leavitt, David 
Poland, William C. 
Foster, William Hammond 
Perkins, Christine 
Willard, J. D. 
Chapin, George A. 
Babbitt, Isaac 
Kinstler, Conrad 
Feyhl, John 
Hunt, Sanford M, 
Nickerson, Joseph 
Green, Daniel B. 
Dexter, George S. 
Leighton, Rutus 
Meriam, Abigail 
Mansur, Samuel 
Moore, Eliza 
Lincoln, L. W. 
Morse, Horatio G. 
Lyford, Thomas 
Cass, Moses 
Bailey, Adams 
Williams, Joseph 

Hinds, Justin 

Griggs, John H. 

Rogers, John S. 

Stevens, Sarah J. 

Hinkley, James H. 

Hayes, Ephraim 

Bodge, Mary L. 

Brown, Abigail 

Bowdlear, Samuel 

Gates, Martin L. 

Brewer, Otis 

Richardson, John 

Otis, Theodore 

Winslow, Isaac 

Win slow, Edward 

Winslow, George 

Spence, John 

Hemmenway, Henry C. 

Hanson, John A. 

Foster, Henrietta 

Pearce, Robert 

Learock, John B. 

Gardner, Robert 

Fowle, Parker 



531 


White Pine avenue 


290 


532 


Bellflower path 




633 


Clematis path 


250 


and 535 


White Pine avenue 


730 


536 


Eglantine path 




537 


White P>ine avenue 




538 


Eglantine path 




539 


Eglantine path 




540 


Eglantine path 




541 


Aster path 




542 


Laurel path 




543 


Pine avenue 


2130 


544 


Woodbine path 




545 


Bellflower path 


350 


646 


Bellflower path 




547 


Eglantine path 


220 


548 


Eglantine path 


220 


549 


Anemone path 




550 


Anemone path 




551 


Aster path 




652 


Laurel path 




653 


Eglantine path 




654 


Bellflower path 




555 


Bellflower path 




556 


Laurel path 


315 


557 


Eglantine path 




558 


White Pine avenue 




559 


Bellflower path 


340 


560 


Eglantine path 




561 


Laurel path 




562 


Mount Warren avenue 




563 


Hyacinth path 




664 


White Pine avenue 




565 


Eglantine path 




566 


Cherry avenue 




597 


Eglantine path 




568 


Eglantine path 




569 


White Pine avenue 




570 


Eo;lantine path 




671 


White Pine avenue 


340 


572 


Eliot Hills path 


260 


673 


White Oak avenue 


400 


674 


Azalea path 


130 


575 


Ailanthus path 


700 


576 


Clematis path 


330 


577 


Clematis path 




578 


Clematis path 


340 


679 


White Pine avenue 


600 


580 


Azalea path 


150 


681 


Woodbine path 




682 


Aster path 




583 


Aster path 




584 


White Oak avenue 




585 


Chrysanthemum path 




586 


Woodbine path 


265 



99 



Fowle, WilHam P. ■ 
Everett, Oliver C. 
Bradley, Sarah A. W. 
Durkee, Silas 
George, Greenleaf C. 
Bacon, John F. 
Bosworth, George W. 
Curtis, Henry- 
Ripley, Samuel W. 
Putnam, E. M. 
White, Warren L. 
Child, Isaac 

Everett, Otis 599 

Jacobs, Jane L. 
Beal, Levi 
Linzee, Elizabeth 
Curtis, Samuel S. 
Richardson, John A. 
Sumner, Alfred H. 
Cushing, Zenas 
White, Robert 
Halliburton, George M. 
Hutchins, Ivory 
Haskins, George F. 
Wood, Charles G. 
Hunt, George, Mrs. 
Cornell, Walter 
Pickering, Daniel N. 
Hager, George 
Richardson, Abijah 
Webster, William P. 
Taylor, William, Jr. 
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 



587 


Woodbine path 


265 


588 


Cherry avenue 


440 


589 


Cherry avenue 


440 


590 


Aster path 




591 


Hyacinth path 




592 


Sweet Brier path 




593 


Eglantine path 




594 


Eglantine path 




595 


White Pine avenue 




596 


Rosemary path 


170 


597 


Rosemary^ path 


170 


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 


Cherry avenue 


380 


€20 


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 


Mo'unt 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 


925 


640 


Waboh path 


950 


641 


Chrysanthemum path 




642 


Mount Warren avenue 





100 



Blanchard, Charles 
Jordan, Charles > 
Wiswall, Elisha 
Federhen, John, Jr. 
Dudley, James H. 
Sanfbrd, Philo 
Pomeroy, Henry A. G. 
Heyer, William A. 
Odin, John 

Copeland, William H. C 
Hyde, M. Smith 
Eitchie, Edward S. 
Coolidge, John T. 
Palmer, Simeon, estate of 
Lord, Piobert W. 
Jenkins, Henry T. 
Corey, Barney 
Mair, (^eorge Herbert 
Mallett, Charlotte 
Smith, Thomas H. 
Davis, George A. 
Wheeler, Samuel 
White, Benjamin C. 
Dudley, H. A. S. D. 
Harrington, Rebecca 
Harrington, Ellen E. 
Conant, Ezra 
Conant, Caleb A. 
Crane, Friend 
Pear, John S. 
Thayer, John P. 
Lowell, John, estate of 
Davis, William H. 675, 676 
Weeks, Andrew G. 
Walker, Samuel A. 
Ladd, Frederick P. 
Minot, William 
Howe, John 
Minot, William • 
Torrey, John G. 
Tilden, Charles L. 
Barney, Sarah B. 
Sawyer, Stephen L. 
Sawyer, Nathan 
Minot, Albert T. 
Hodgdon, Luther 
Ay res, Benjamin F. 
Wheelwright,' Caroline 
Wheelwright, Josiah 
Carlisle, George W. 
Allen, Frederick D. 
Buoncore, Lewis 
Dupee, Lewis, heirs of 
Blake, John H. 
Dorr, E. Ritchie 



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 




655 


Chrysanthemum path 




656 


Chrysanthemum path 


720 


657 


Azalea path 




658 


Chrysanthemum path 




659 


Chrysanthemum path 


420 


660 


Althea path 




661 


Mount Warren avenue 


168 


662 


Hyacinth path 


240 


663 


Azalea path 




664 


White Pine avenue 


250 


665 


Linden avenue 




666 


Kalmia path 


1254 


667 


Mount Warren avenue 


330 


668 


Mount Warren avenue 


330 


669 


Grape path 


436 


670 


Grape path 


350 


671 


Cherry avenue 




672 


Hyacinth path 


260 


673 


Hyacinth path 




674 


Laurel path 


483 


and 677 


Woodbine path 


1333 


678 


Green Brier path 


380 


679 


Cherry avenue 


400 


680 


Cherry avenue 


360 


681 


Chrysanthemum path 




682 


Chrysanthemum path 


360 


683 


Chrysanthemum path 


360 


684 


Chrysanthemum path 


350 


685 


Chrysanthemum path 


350 


686 


Hawthorn path 


100 


687 


Cherry avenue 


200 


688 


Cherry avenue 


200 


689 


Cherry avenue 




690 


Juniper avenue 


200 


691 


Juniper avenue 


200 


692 


Chrysanthemum path 


323 


693 


Chrysanthemum path 


323 


694 


Clematis path 




695 


Cherry avenue 




696 


Clematis path 




697 


Hyacinth path 




698 


Althea path 


340 


699 


Althea path 





101 



Kussell, Lydia S. 
Dwight, Mary 
May, Benjamin 
Hodge, Thomas S. 
Fitzgerald, Stephen 
James, Elisha 
Calder, John W. 
Maxwell, Charles 
Barnard, Lucinda 
Parkinson, John 
Townsend, Eliza G. 
Newell, Willard 
Ellicott, Joseph P. 
Fuller, Albert 
Tolman, James P. 
Dexter, Samuel A. 
Morey, George, for M. Newell 
Smith, James W. 
Drury, Gardner P. 
Wheelwright, Sarah 
Briggs, Nathaniel O. 
Cummings, Charles 
Dudley, Charles H. 
Forbes, John M. 
Forbes, Robert B. 
Forbes, Margaret 
Stackpole, Reuben M. 
Childs, Nathaniel E. 
Childs, Albert 
Stone, Baman 
Watson, Nathan 
Waldron, John, heirs of 
Heath, Stephen 
Littlefield, James 
Smith, Joseph P. 
Shiverick, George 
Remick, Ai 
May, Samuel 
Blanchard, Charles H. 
Stephenson, George 
Stewart, Alexander 
Weld, William F. 
Weld, William G. 
Townsend, John P. 
Lemon, George E. 
Thompson, George 
Weir, Andrew A. 
Clarke, John J. 
Clarke, Frances C. 
Loring, David 
Hastings, Catherine E. 
Woodman, John 
Bicknell, Joseph 
Clarke, C. S. 
Atkinson, Andrew 

9» 



700 


Althea path 




701 


Althea path 




702 


Cherry avenue 




703 


Hyacinth path 


225 


704 


Juniper avenue 


200 


705 


Juniper avenue 


200 


706 


Geranium path 


220 


707 


Hyacinth path 




708 


White Oak avenue 


120 


709 


Lily path 




710 


Lily path 




711 


Juniper avenue 


130 


712 


Linden avenue 


600 


713 


Hyacinth path 




714 


Linden avenue 




715 


Linden avenue 




Jewell 716 


Linden avenue 




717 


Linden avenue 




718 


Woodbine path 


320 


719 


Chrysanthemum path 




720 


Mount Warren avenue 


144 


721 


Hyacinth path 


165 


722 


Juniper avenue 


125 


723 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


724 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


725 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


726 


Juniper avenue 


340 


727 


Juniper avenue 


340 


728 


Juniper avenue 


340 


729 


Juniper avenue 


340 


730 


Juniper avenue 




731 


Geranium path 




732 


Geranium path 




733 


Clematis path 




734 


Cherry avenue 




735 


Geranium path 




736 


Juniper avenue 




737 


Walnut avenue 


2175 


738 


Cherry avenue 


200 


739 


Cherry avenue 


200 


740 


Chrysanthemum path 




741 


Linden avenue 


630 


742 


Linden avenue 


580 


743 and 744 


Chrysanthemum path 


680 


745 


Juniper avenue 




746 


Cherry avenue 




747 


Juniper avenue 




748 


Althea path 




749 


Althea path 




750 


Geranium path 




751 


Geranium path 


280 


752 


Juniper avenue 


225 


763 


Juniper avenue 


225 


754 


Grape path 


132 


755 


Cherry avenue 





102 



Kibbee, Parley M. 
Robbins, John M. 
Whittier, Eobert R. 
Stanton, John L. 
Hastings, Joseph 
Brown, Charlotte R. 
Ashley, Ossiaa D. 
Long, George W. 
Hobart, William H. 
Hobart, Peter, Jr. 
Page, Willard 
Jaquith, Augustus D. 
Tarr, Daniel W. 
Stevens, Benjamin F. 
Trueman, Jedediah L. 
Milton, Homan, Jr. 
Lothrop, Elias C. 
Eodgers, Ammon 
Defrees, William H. 

Swallow, Daniel W. 

Seward, Joshua 

Callahan, Hannah W. 

Deblols, M. and C. 

Elbridge, John S. 

Marshall, Lucretia S. 

Hamilton, Edward 

Stanford, Joanna A. 

Pope, Holly K. 

Trescott, Elijah, Jr. 

Kingman, Abner 

Woodman, George 

Hill, Charles H. 

Welch, Charles W. 

Peddar, James 

Shepherd, Betsey 

Nightingale, John F. 

Moorhead, William 

Varnum, William 

Perbam, 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. 



Brayton, John D. 



756 Cherry avenue 

757 Grape path 

758 Juniper avenue 

759 Juniper avenue 

760 Juniper avenue 

761 Geranium path 

762 Althea path 

763 Althea path 

764 Althea path 

765 Althea path 

766 Geranium path 

767 Juniper avenue 

768 Juniper avenue 

769 Geranium path 

770 Geranium path 

771 Oleander path 

772 Juniper avenue 

773 Juniper avenue 

774 Juniper avenue 

775 Geranium path 

776 WHiite Oak avenue 

777 Clematis path 

778 Juniper avenue 

779 Linden avenue 

780 Oleander path 

781 Juniper avenue 

782 Azalea path 

783 Linden avenue 

784 Linden avenue 

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 

795 Althea path 

796 Oleander path 

797 Oleander path 

798 Clematis path 

799 Clematis path 

800 Linden avenue 

801 Linden avenue 

802 Tulip path 

803 Juniper avenue 

804 Lilac path 

805 Lilac path 

806 Clematis path 

807 Mount Warren avenue 

808 Lilac path 

809 Lilac path 

810 Lilac path 



260 



350 
350 

360 



220 
225 



340 



225 
400 
85 
200 
200 



220 
220 
217 
225 
200 
200 



260 
220 
220 



103 



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, 
Perkins, Edward 
Libbey, Julia 
Green, Abraham M. 
Low, Ariel 
Sargent, John T. 
Allison, John W. 
Nichols, Robert C. 
Parkinson, James 
Fussell, John 
Melzar, Augustus P. 
Hunting, Thomas 
Walker, William L. 
Weld, Christopher M. 
Weld, John G. 
Weld, Stephen M. 
Weld, Francis M. 
Lamb, Reuben A. 
Sumner, William H. 
Tucker, Nathaniel 
Tucker, Nathaniel 
Moore, Charles, heirs of 
Hill, Hamilton A. 
Brown, Mary 
Brown, Henry 
Crafts, Ebenezer 
Pope, Otis 
Guild, Aaron 
Tileston, John N. 
Amory, James S. 
Barnard, Jonas 
Cook, John V. 
Massy, Mary L. 
Harris, George 
Matthews, William, Jr. 
Tucker, Otis W. 
Frothingham, E. L. 
Palmer, Stevens C. 
White, Abijah P. 
Eddy, James 
Kingsley, Joseph 



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 


826 


Bellflower path 


140 


827 


Oleander path 


225 


828 


Oleander path 


225 


829 


Linden avenue 


400 


830 


Lilac path 




831 


Lilac path 




832 


Lilac path 




833 


Tulip path 


220 


834 


Tulip path 


220 


835 


Verbena path 




836 


Linden avenue 




837 


Linden avenue 




838 


Linden avenue 




839 


Linden avenue 




840 


Azalea path 


340 


841 


Azalea path 


410 


842 


Linden avenue 


500 


843 


Sumner Hill 


2150 


844 


Linden avenue 


428 


845 


Azalea path 


362 


846 


Lilac path 


350 


847 


Lilac path 




848 


Lilac path 


360 


849 


Lilac path 




850 


Nesutan avenue 


440 


851 


Mayflower path 




852 


Mayflower path 




853 


Mayflower path 




854 


Walnut avenue 


2040 


855 


Verbena path 




856 


Verbena path 




857 


Oleander path 


200 


858 


Lilac path 


300 


859 


Lilac path 




860 


Fountain avenue 




861 


Lilac path 




862 


Tulip path 




863 


Lilac path 




864 


White Oak avenue 




865 


Verbena path 


360 



104 



Kendall, Charles S. 866 

Perrin, Augustus W. 867 

FuUerton, Alexander 868 

Perrin, G. W. 869 

Miller, Erasmus D. 870 

Wilder, Marshall P. 871 

Adams, Nathaniel 872 

Lincoln, Joshua 873 

Richards, George H. 874 

Commerais, Henry 875 

French, Abram 876 

877 

Hentz, Frederick W. 878 

Young, Calvin, Dorchester 879 

Park, Ann 880 
Baldwin, Luke 881 and 882 

Cook, William D. 883 

Pieper, Louise 884 

Huckins, Francis 885 

Keith, James M. 886 

Palmer, Ezra, Jr. 887 

Palmer, Ezra, Jr., trustee 888 
Bowditch, Elizabeth B. 889 and 890 

Alexander, Ebenezer 891 

Strong, George 892 

Borrowscale, ^oha. 893 

Warren, Eliza 894 

CumminS, J5^ria F. 895 

Gushing, Sarah P. 896 

Mowe, George W. 897 

Cloutman, John S. 898 

Watt, Robert 899 

Smith, Joel H. 900 

Hadley, Jane 901 

Weinz, Christian 902 

Hale, Daniel L. 903 

Fay, Charles T. 904 

Wadleigli, Dexter E. 905 

Nute, Clarissa 906 

Bartlett, Dennis S. 907 

Wheelock, Edward C. 908 

Hilton, Celeste J. 909 

Basto, Mason 910 

Cunningham, Sarah E. 911 

Pitman,"David 912 

Eastham, William W. 913 

Kettell, James 914 

Carter, James W. 915 

Carter, John, Jr. 916 

Currant, John F. 917 

Learned, Isaac M. 918 

Brimbecom, Nathaniel 919 

Lethbridge, Willard F. 920 

Dexter, George N. 921 

Tutein, Nancy 922 



Lilac path 

Pine avenue 

Pine avenue 

Pine avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Lupine path 

Tulip path 

Lupine path 

Moss path 

Moss path 

Moss path 

Lupine path 

Lupine path 

Lilac path 

Linden avenue 

Juniper avenue 

Lupine path 

Tulip path 

Fountain avenue 

Tulip path 

Tulip path 

Tulip path 

Lilac path 

Lupine path 

Fountain avenue 

Lupine path 

Althea path 

Ivy path 

Mount Warren avenue 

Lupine path 

Verbena path 

Tulip path 

Fountain avenue 

Lupine path 

Fountain avenue 

Lupine path 

Tulip path 

Fountain avenue 

Fountain avenue 

Lupine path 

Iris path 

Tulip path 

Iris path 

Iris path 

Tulip path 

Tulip path 

Mayflower path 

Mayflower path 

Mayflower path 

Mayflower path 

Mayflower path 

Iris path 

Tulip path 

Iris path 



780 
310 
320 
400 
700 
270 
440 

450 
350 
350 
315 



160 
270 
440 

825 
325 

600 

270 
500 
270 



280 
270 



270 

180 

207 

207 

92 

180 

120 
210 



600 

423 
805 
340 
180 

180 



105 



Harris, Luther M. 923 

Tileston, Edmund P. 924 

Houghton, Caleb C. 925 

Boardman, Janet 926 

Wilcox, John D. F. 927 

Reed, David K. 928 

Barnes, Loring B. 929 

French, Charles 930 

Coffin, N. W. 931 

Rowland, Edward W. 932 

Cobb, Francis A. 933 

Heath, William S. 934 

Whiting, Lewis F. 935 

Roberts, Joseph D. 936 

Turner, Sarah L. 937 

Mackintosh, Roger S. 938 

Pope, Thomas 939 

Taylor, Isaac 940 

Curtis, Nathaniel 941 

Martin, Robert 942 

Fish, Hosea S. 943 

Walker, Matthew 944 

Croft, James T. 945 

Duncan, Archibald 946 

Lestrom, Magnus 947 

Jackson, Eben ■ 948 

Robbins, Charles 949 

Cleary, George T. 950 

Willet, William 951 

Child, Elizabeth 952 

Rogers, Charles O. 953 

Allen, Charles H. 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 

Bryant, 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 



Larch avenue 
Cypress avenue 
Althea path 
Althea path 
Verbena path 
Verbena path 
Ivy path 
Larch avenue 
Cypress avenue 
Iris path 
Verbena path 
Nesutan avenue 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Ivy path 
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- 



875 
259 
135 
150 
150 
270 

500 
136 
150 
280 



440 
600 

820 



212 



320 

400 
325 

400 
400 

412 

1000 

440 

850 
350 



106 



Paul, Joseph F. 


978 


Tulip path 


218 


McNutt, John J. 


979 


Tulip path 


218 


Heaman, John, Mrs. 


980 


Fountain avenue 




Leavens, Benjamin F. 


981 


Lotus path 


360 


Faxon, Hannah M. 


982 


Mayflower path 




Young, Catherine C. 


983 


Iris path 




Borrowscale, Jane 


984 


Fountain avenue 




Bigelow, D. Jackson 


985 


Rose path 




Wallis, Paul D. 


986 


Larch avenue 




Winslow, Reuben 


987 


White Oak avenue 


480 


Mack, Nehemiah 


988 


Lotus path 




Gary, Nathan C. 


989 


Fountain avenue 


150 


Taber, Harriet 


990 


Fountain avenue 


200 


Elder, William 


991 


Lotus path 




Linscott, Wingate 


992 


Fountain avenue 




Scott, Robert 


993 


White Oak avenue 




Collyer, Isaac J. P. 


994 


Fountain avenue 




Briggs, Andrew G. 


995 


Sumach path 




Thayer, George L. 


996 


Sumach path 




Center, Joseph H. 


997 


Fountain avenue 




Smith, Michael H. 


998 


Fountain avenue 




Pope, Frederick, Mrs. 


999 


Rosemai'y path 




Cotting, 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 


Mayflower path 




Ewell, William S. 


1005 


Mimosa path 


150 


Scott, Thomas A., and Martha 
Drake 


'|l006 
1007 


Fountain avenue 




Smith, D welly T. 


Geranium path 


150 


Stockwell, M. S. 


1008 


Fountain avenue 


210 


Sampson, Charles 


1009 


Lupine path 


315 


Adams, Lydia Ann 


1010 


Beliflower path 


120 


Sanford, William H. 


1011 


Magnolia avenue 


935 


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 


Bradish, Levi J. 


1017 


Mayflower path 




Burt, Seth F. 


1018 


Lotus path 




Rollins, John W. 


1019 


Mimosa path 


150 


Richardson, Georgianna W. 


1020 


Lotus path 




Mash, Peter 


1021 


Lotus path 




Balch, John 


1022 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


Whiting, 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 



107 



Atkins, Simon P. 


1032 


Barrett, Gilman 


1033 


Lunt, James H. 


1034 


Austin, Arthur W. 


1035 


Willard, Paul 


1036 


Seaver, George 1037 and 1038 


Wright, John'M. 


1039 


Hersey, George E. 


1040 


Soren, John J. 


1041 


McDewell, William F. 


1042 


Keynolds, Cynthia 


1043 


Reynolds, Grindall 


1044 


Lowd, Charles J. 


1045 


Page, Edward 


1046 


Blackbird, George 


1047 


Leeds, Samuel 


1048 


Ames, Asa 


1049 


Preston, Elisha 


1050 


Leach, Eliab 


1051 


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. 


i075 


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 



Cypress avenue 


250 


Cypress avenue 


250 


Lotus path 




Walnut avenue 


360 


Walnut avenue 


360 


Cypress avenue 


450 


Walnut avenue 


360 


Walnut avenue 


360 


Lotus path 




Lotus path 




Sumach path 




Sumach path 


352 


Mimosa path 


150 


Lotus path 


240 


Lotus path 




Rose path 


390 


Mimosa path 


150 


Rose path 


455 


Lotus path 




Kalmia path 


340 


Sumach path 


177 


Sumach path 


177 


Sumach path 


330 


Sumach path 


330 


Larch avenue 




Rose path 




Rose path 




Rose path 




Rose path 




Lotus path 




Mimosa path 


150 


Spruce avenue 




Lotus path 


320 


Lotus path 




Mimosa path 


150 


Kalmia path 




Lotus path 




Mimosa path 


200 


Lotus path 




Lotus path 




Mimosa path 


150 


Columbine path 




Columbine path 




Columbine path 




Columbine path 


280 


Lotus path 




Rose path 




Rose path 




Rose path 




Rose path 




Hyacinth path 


142 


Larch avenue 




Spruce avenue 




Lotus path 




Larch avenue 





108 



Swazey, Alexander 
Kendrick, William W. 
Adams, Samuel 
Batclielder, George A. 
Folsom, James 
Thorndike, Eben B. 
Worthen, Nelson 
Ager, Solomon 
Pierce, Samuel S. 
Eager, Edward K. 
Marquand, John P. 
Wood, Elijah R. 
Wing, Benjamin F. 
Metcalf, Theodore 
Lewis, William K. 
Woodworth, Robert N. 
Walker, Samuel, Jr. 
Hall, John 

Waterman, Dependence S. 
Waterman, Isaac 
Parker, John D. 
Swinson, William 
Walker, Clement A. 
Walker, Galen, Mrs. 
Metcalf, Thomas 
Farnum, Henry- 
Patch, Franklin F. 
Gilmore, Addison 
Betton, George E. 
Wallace, Benjamin 
Nightingale, James W., Mrs. 
Talbot, Aristides 
Sprague, Charles J. 
Sullivan, James P. 
Chorley, John 
White, George 
Hayden, Charles H. 
Burkhardt, Gotleib F. 
Stephenson, Charles F. 
DeLesdernier, Emily P. 
Fowle, Edwin M. 
Davis, Daniel C. 
Ar Showe, Charles 
Morrison, D. D. 
Fernald, William_ M. 
Lecompte, Francis D. 
Bacon, Joseph V. 
Sleeper, Hanson M. 
Sleeper, Hanson M. 
Morton, Josephus 
Spare, Galen 
Woodbury, Joseph P. 
Hlchborn, George R. 
Pray, Amasa 
Brewer, Charles 



1088 


Mimosa path 


200 


1089 


Columbine path 




1090 


Kalmia path 




1091 


Fountain avenue 




1092 


Larch avenue 


200 


1093 


Larch avenue 


200 


1094 


Lotus path 




1095 


Larch avenue 




1096 


Poplar avenue 


540 


1097 


Lotus path 




1098 


Kalmia path 




1099 


Lotus path 




1100 


Kalmia path 




1101 


Lilac path 


580 


1102 


Fountain avenue 


280 


1103 


Larch avenue 




1104 


Honeysuckle path 


270 


1105 


Spruce avenue 




1106 


Kalmia path 


230 


1107 


Kalmia path 


230 


1108 


Spruce avenue 




1109 


Larch avenue 




1110 


Rose path 


240 


1111 


Rose path 


165 


1112 


Rose path 




1113 


Larch avenue 




1114 


Larch avenue 




1115 


Cypress avenue 


400 


1116 


Larch avenue 




1117 


Larch avenue 




1118 


Spruce avenue 


240 


1119 


Spruce avenue 




1120 


Fountain avenue 


600 


1121 


Kalmia path 




1122 


Rose path 




1123 


Rose path 




1124 


Rose path 




1125 


Rose path 




1126 


Fountain avenue 




1127 


Fountain avenue 




1128 


Spruce avenue 




1129 


Rose path 




1130 


Fountain avenue 




1131 


Mimosa path 


210 


1132 


Spruce avenue 




1133 


Mimosa path 


150 


1134 


Consecration avenue 


350 


1135 


Cypress avenue 




1136 


Cypress avenue 




1137 


Mayflower path 




1138 


Spruce avenue 




1139 


Mount Warren avenue 




1140 


Spruce avenue 




1141 


Cypress avenue 


260 


1142 


Cypress avenue 


500 



109 



Garden, Robert C, Mrs. 1143 

James, Benjamin F. 1144 

Gilmore, Eliab, Mrs. 1145 

Starkweather, Jos. B. 1146 and 1147 

Carlton, Guy 1148 

Barnes, Thomas P. 

Morse, Elijah 

Fullam, David 

Chandler, Theophilus P. 

Chandler, Peleg W. 

Pillsbury, John C. 

Anderson, John W., Jr. 

Bradford, J. Russell 

Moore, Ann M. 

Nutter, Henry, heirs of 

Gavett, Charles H. 

Stevens, Henry R. 

Rupp, Francis 

Cushing, Samuel T. 

Marsh, John 

Whytal, Thomas G. 

Rogers, John, Boston 

Beecher, Laban S. 

Atherton, Caroline F. 

Damrell, William S. 

Pratt, Nancy M. 

Norton, William 

Chandler, 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 



1149 
1150 
1151 
1152 
1153 
1154 
1155 
1156 
1157 
1158 
1159 
1160 
1161 
1162 
1163 
1164 
1165 
1166 
1167 
1168 
1169 
1170 
1171 
1172 
1173 
1174 
1175 
1176 
1177 
1178 
1179 
1180 
1181 
1182 



Martha W. Cowing 



Wesselhoeft, 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. 
Fifield, Sanborn 
Bartlett, George T. 

10 



1184 
1185 
1186 
1187 
1188 
1189 
1190 
1191 
1192 
1193 
1194 
1195 
1196 
1197 



Mimosa path 
Rose path 
Rose path 
Larch avenue 
Larch avenue 
Yarrow path 
Spruce avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Magnolia avenue 
Magnolia avenue 
Spruce avenue 
Spruce avenue 
Rose path 
Honeysuckle path 
Spruce avenue 
Lotus path 
Columbine path 
Yarrow path 
Fountain avenue 
Mimosa path 
Spruce avenue 
Mimosa path 
Cypress avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Mimosa path 
Honeysuckle path 
Lotus path 
Yarrow path 
Yarrow path 
Moss path 
Honeysuckle path 
Honeysuckle path 
Honeysuckle path 
Rose path 
Sumach path 
Spruce avenue 
Snow Drop path 
Snow Drop path 



150 



400 



1183 Snow Drop path 



Snow Drop path 
Sumach path 
Walnut avenue 
Walnut avenue 
Fountain avenue 
Honeysuckle path 
Fountain avenue 
Columbine path 
Columbine path 
Fir avenue 
Spruce avenue 
Honeysuckle path 
Yarrow path 



150 
450 



150 
240 



150 
260 

1000 



660 
1025 
1025 



450 



no 



Sherman, William H. 

Sparrell, E. Kirkwood 

Clapp, William 

Worthington, Wm. F., adm'r, 

Bates, Henry M. 

Shute, William M. 

Weston, Ebenezer H. 

Stetson, Gushing 

Bowles, Robert C. M. 

Blake, Mary 

Hall, Henry A. 

Stedman, Francis F. " 

Mann, Peleg, heirs of 

Swift, William A. 

Gerry, Samuel L. 

Billiard, Mrs. Elizabeth C. 

Frost, H. W. B. 

Atkins, Lydia Ann 

Leman, Eben C. 

Todd, Reuben J. 

Webster, John G. 

Webster, David L. 

Brown, James 

Warnock, Samuel L. 

Hepworth, George H. 

Brown, Benjamin F. 

Vinton, Elisha 

Seaver, Susan 

Harrington, Solomon, heirs of 

Barton, William 

Everett, William 

Osborn, John 

Spencer, William H. 

Gushing, Horace 

Gollis, William H. 

Wai'd, Sylvester L. 

Conant, Nathan D. 

Adams, William D. 

Saunders, M. M. 

Hodges, Almon D. 

Vose, James W. 

Pope, George W. 

Holbrook, S. F. 

Hastings, Sarah H. 

Mitchell, Thomas S. 

Woodward, Sarah 

Roberts, Edward 

Bean, Benjamin F. 

Hallett, Lothrop 

Eaton, William D. 

Hiler, Thomas G. 

Goffin, George 

Frost, George, 1st 

Frost, Charles 

Brown, Jeremiah 



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 


Mimosa 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 




1220 


Mimosa path 


150 


1221 


Lake avenue 


340 


1222 


Lake avenue 




1223 


Lake avenue 




1224 


Poplar avenue 


400 


1225 


Cherry avenue 


285 


1226 


Lake avenue 




1227 


Honeysuckle path 




1228 


Honeysuckle path 




1229 


Yarrow path 




1230 


Larch avenue 




1231 


Poplar avenue 


400 


1232 


Mimosa path 


150 


1233 


Spruce avenue 


225 


1234 


Spruce avenue 


225 


1235 


Yarrow path 




1236 


Fir avenue 




1237 


Cypress avenue 


450 


1238 


Pink path 


560 


1239 


Spruce avenue 




1240 


Honeysuckle path 




1241 


Mimosa path 


150 


1242 


Mulberry avenue 




1243 


Pink path 


280 


1244 


Mayflower path 




1245 


Honeysuckle path 




1246 


Pink path 




1247 


Spruce avenue 




1248 


Spruce avenue 




1249 


Pyrola path 


156 


1250 


Spruce avenue 


460 


1251 


Spruce avenue 


460 


1252 


Lake avenue 





Ill 



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 


]\Layflower 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 


JMulberry avenue 




Bragg, William M. 


1276 


Honeysuckle path 




Fisk, Samuel C. 


1277 


Columbine path 


287 


Knights, Frederick M. 


1278 


Columbine path 


287 


Perkins, Abigail 


1279 


Pyrola path 


150 


Keating, John F. 


1280 


Columbine path 




Chase, Samuel S. 


1281 


Lake avenue 




Wakefield, Elizabeth 


1282 


Pyrola path 


150 


Brooman, George 


1283 


Pyrola path 


150 


Wilson, Lewis B. 


1284 


Honeysuckle path 


180 


Hale, Robert 


1285 


Spruce avenue 


330 


Paradise, William T. 


1286 


Pyrola path 


150 


Sargent, Joseph 


1287 


Pink path 


207 


Sargent, Henry 


1288 


Pink path 


207 


Rouse, Samuel M. B. 


1289 


Pyrola path 


188 


Calrow, Joseph 


1290 


Pyrola path 


150 


Damrell, John S. 


1291 


Poplar avenue 


400 


Pierce, Samuel B. 


1292 


Rhododendron path 


450 


Saville, William 0. 


1293 


Columbine path 




Lindsley, Joseph C. 


1294 


Pink path 


307 


Gibbs, Rufus 


1295 


Pink path 


307 


Loring, Elisha T. 


1296 


Pink path 




King, Franklin 


1297 


Pink path 




King, Edward 


1298 


Pink path 




Wood, Ezra F. 


1299 


Yarrow path 


380 


Whittington, Granville N. 


1300 


Pink path 




Sargent, Cyrus 


1301 


Pink path 


400 


Crockett, Selden 


1302 


Pink path 




Richardson, Isaac T. 


1303 


Pyrola path 


150 


Crawford, .Tames 


1304 


Honeysuckle path 


180 


O'Brine, William 


1305 


Pyrola path 


150 


Fobes, Horace 


1306 


Columbine path 




Pastor, Caroline 


1307 


Arethusa path 


150 



112 



Clark, John 

Association, Boston Young ' 

Men's Christian 
Tenney, Nathaniel F. 
Toby, Seth 
Hovey, Elbridp;e A. 
D'Wolf, John L. 
Hopkins, Solomon 
Robinson, John T. 
Partridge, Artemas 
Partridge, Adin 
Walmsley, Henry 
Porter, Charles 
May, John W. 
Ward, William H. 
White, Charles G. 
Drury, Mary Jane 
Elliott, James R. 
Wood, James F. 
Wright, William 
Fowle, William B. 
Mcintosh, Wm. H. 
Stiles, Hosea B. 
Allen, Thomas J. 
Acorn, Jerusha 
Ladd, William H. 
Ramsay, James S. 
Hoogs, Stephen F. 
Kidder, Henry P. 
Barrage, William 
Howes, Willis 
Brown, John N. 
Mansur, Gilman, heirs of 
Putnam, Silas S. 
Pope, William 
Curtis, John 
Estabrook, Benjamin 
Waterman, Melzar 
Sanborn, Ira E., Jr. 
Tremlitt, Cordelia 
Frost, Eben R. 
Montague, Samuel R. 
Nutter"; 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. 



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 


Asphodel path 


220 


1329 


Honeysuckle path 


240 


1330 


Mulberry avenue 




1331 


Mulberry avenue 




1332 


Arethusa path 


180 


1333 


Honeysuckle path 




1334 


Arethusa path 


150 


1335 


Pink path 


700 


1336 


Rhododendron patli 


600 


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 



113 



Lewis, Sarah B. 
Kent, Eleanor, Mrs. 
Prouty, Dwight 
Pearce, Nelson 
Gushing, 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, Edvvin 
Powers, Eliza A. 
Butler, David P. 
Lincoln, Charles N. M. 
Holman, Henry 

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

Fitzgerald, Charles J., Mrs. 
PoUex, Augustus E. 
Parker, George J., estate of 
Hilton, Thomas 
Milliken, Edward W. 
Tuttle, Mary B. 
Hall, David 
Hadley, Henry T. 
Heathheld, Thomas D. 
Holden, Leonard P. 
Everett, Eliza G. 
Kreissman, Augustus 
Elms, Cornelius 
Horn, Andrew 
Hartford, Benjamin B. 
Howard, William H. 
Dean, Samuel B. 
Hayes, John C. 
Hayes, William C. 
Kingsbury, Franklin 

10* 



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 


1372 


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 


1387 


Yarrow path 




1388 


Arethusa path 


150 


1389 


Arethusa path 


150 


1390 


Rhododendron path 


34^ 


1391 


Honeysuckle path 




1392 


Pink path 


172 


1393 


Pink path 


172 


1394 


Arethusa path 


150 


1395 


Crocus path 




1396 


Rhododendron path 




1397 


Arethusa path 


150 


1398 


Pyrola path 


150 


1399 


Wigelia path 




1400 


Arethusa path 


150 


1401 


Crocus path 




1402 


Arethusa path 


150 


1403 


Spruce avenue 


280 


1404 


Pyrola path 


150 


1405 


Pink path 




1406 


Pink path 




1407 


Pink path 




1408 


Arethusa path 


150 


1409 


Pyrola path 


150 


1410 


Arethusa path 


150 


1411 


Pyrola path 


150 


1412 


Bignonia path 


265 


1413 


Bignonia path 


265 


1414 


Rhododendron path 


200 


1415 


Rhododendron path 


20.0 


1416 


Rhododendron path 





114 



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. 
Kichmond, Gideon B. 
Spaulding, Rufus H. 
Tarbell, Eben 
Tarbell, Eben R. 
Hancock, Henry 
Butler, Joel 
Willis, Thomas 
Kauffer, John T. 
Colburn, Hiram 
Bradstreet, Elizabeth 
Mendmn, John A. 
Whittemore, Joel 
Stone, Nathan 
Watson, Lucia M. 
Flint, John 
Gore, Watson, Jr. 
Wells, Thomas F. 
Goodrich, Emily 
Davis, John G. 
James, Benjamin 
Stetson, Alpheus M. 
Stetson, Alpheus 
Rising, Darius B. 
Horn, Benjamin F. 
Crook, Henry 
Hawkes, Benjamin 
Butler, George 
James, William E. 
Dexter, Anson 
Leeds, Hannah W. 
Robinson, Thomas W. 
Lovejoy, Charles J. 
Burrage, T. F. 
Palmer, Edward D. G. 
Gale, Lydia, Mrs., •2d 
Chamberlain, A. G. 
Lyford, Nathaniel 
Benton, Austin W. 
Steele, Sarah A. G. S. 
Lane, Charles L. 
Wallcut, Robert F. 
Bailey, Daniel S. 
Wright, Sophia H. 
Rowell, Whittemore 



1417 


Honeysuckle path 




1418 


Rhododendi'on path 




1419 


Rock Maple avenue 




1420 


Arethusa path 


150 


1421 


Arethusa path 


150 


1422 


Rhododendron path 




1423 


Wigelia path 


360 


1424 


Arethusa path 


150 


1425 


Pink path 




1426 


Lake avenue 




1427 


Lake avenue 




1428 


Pink path 




1429 


Arethusa path 


150 


1430 


Spruce avenue 


210 


1431 


Spruce avenue 


210 


1432 


Arethusa path 


150 


1433 


Arethusa path 


150 


1434 


Arethusa path 


150 


1435 


Arethusa path 


150 


1436 


Ai'ethusa path 


150 


1437 


Crocus path 




1438 


Arethusa path 


150 


1439 


Arethusa path 


150 


1440 


Arethusa path 




1441 


Yarrow path 




1442 


Poplar avenue 


200 


1443 


Poplar avenue 


200 


1444 


Wigelia path 


375 


1445 


Brook path 


150 


1446 


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 


Brook path 




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 


Rhododendron path 





115 



Putnam, Benjamin W. 1472 

Forsyth, William 1473 

Ormsbee, Marcus 1474 

Drew, George G. 1475 

Clapp, Mary H., Mrs. 1476 

Swain, Charles D. 1477 

Craft, Thaddeus C. 1478 

Blaney, George A. 1479 

Baker, Eliphalet 1480 

Goodwin, Julia A., Mrs. 1481 

Waldmyer, Benjamin 1482 

Preseott, Joseph O. 1483 

Binney, Matthew 1484 

Ellis, Nathan 1485 

Westcott, Stephen 1486 

Bartlett, Ann J. . 1487 

Bradford, Samuel D. " 1488 

Williams, Elijah, trustee 1489 

Davis, Joseph 1490 

Haskell, Thomas F. 1491 

Meads, John B. 1492 

Conant, Charles O. 1493 

Lovejoy, William B. 1494 

Simon, Colin 1495 

Bradt, Herman D. 1496 

Fowler, Edmund B. 1497 

Rice, Edward E. 1498 

Jones, Moses 1499 

Tuckerman, William F. 1500 

Hunneman, John J. 1501 

Harris, Thomas 1502 

Jenkins, Charles E. 1503 

Ellis, George W. 1504 

Goodrich, Mary A., Mrs. 1505 

Porter, William H. 1506 

Taylor, Henry 1507 

Curtis, Franklin 1508 

Orbon, Matthew 1509 

Lemist, George H. 1510 

Reed, Alfred 1511 

Caldwell, J. I. 1512 

Bickford, C. A., Mrs. 1513 

1514 

Brown, Joel H. 1515 

Streeter, Alice K. 1516 

Hazeltine, Ellen B. 1517 

Crespy, Harriet J., Miss 1518 

Johnson, John 1519 

Gates, Stephen F. 1520 

Neal, John W. 1521 

Harmon, Ivory 1522 

Harmon, Henry M. 1523 

Dillon, James 1524 

Nixon, Anna 1525 



Wigelia path 
Arethusa path 
Brook path 
Brook path 
Wigelia path 
Spruce avenue 
Spruce avenue 
Rhododendron path 
Yarrow path 
Lake avenue 
Rhododendron path 
Crocus path 
Crocus path 
Crocus path 
Rhododendron path 
Brook path 
Asphodel path 
Wigelia and Lily path 
Lake avenue 
Brook path 
Cornell path 
Brook path 
Rhododendron path 
Arethusa path 
Arethusa path 
Brook path 
Lake avenue 
Lake avenue 
Cornell path 
Wigelia path 
Brook path 
Pink path 
Brook path 
Arethusa path 
Arethusa path 
Rhododendron path 
Pink path 
Brook path 
Althea path 
Althea path 
Cornell path 
Arethusa path 

Bignonia path 
Bignonia path 
Bignonia path 
Arethusa path 
Arethusa path 
Bignonia path 
Cornell path 
Lake avenue 
Lake avenue 
Lake avenue 
Bignonia path 



150 
200 
150 

460 
460 



310 

310 
520 
150 
500 
2500 
600 
150 
320 
150 

150 
150 
150 



480 
150 

150 
225 
150 



120 
400 
400 

150 



120 
210 
150 
150 
150 



190 



116 



Griffin, Minnie, Mrs. 
Townsend, Solomon D. 
Harding, William C. 
Harding, Charles L. 
Harding, George W. 
Beard, Peter 
Phillips, Lucinda E. 
Sowdon, Philip 
Jordan, Eliza, Mrs. 
Blakemore, William 
Potter, Daniel A. 
Rumery, William M. 
Bray, Charles C. 
Page, Lemuel 
Newman, Andrew W. 
Ordway, John M. 
Stone, Enos J. 
Woodward, W. Eliot 
EUieott, Joseph P. 
Beal, Madison 
Bullard, Francis 
Thaxter, Levi 
Howard, Daniel, Jr. 
Veazie, William H. 
Lingham, William 
Trafton, Eleanor 
Horkheimer, Henrich 
Demeritt, John 
Ireland, William H. 
Stevens, Albert H. 
Greele, Samuel, Mrs. 
Thompson, William 
Ditson, Oliver 
Lindall, Susan 
Crockett, Levi S. 
Vose, George W. 
Lemist, Edwin 
Foster, Francis 
Wheelock, John A. 
B,ockwood, L. B. 
Rowe, Solomon S. 
Smith, James M. 
Burtchall, Peter 
Tirrell, Jesse 
Thornton, Josephine R. 
Newton, John F. 
Everett, Edward B., Mrs. 
Baker, William P. 
Hooper, Robert C. 
Fessenden, Caroline A. 
Mason, John 
Thompson, Albert 
Miller, Charles H. 
Mason, Henry 



1526 


Althea path 


100 


1527 


Lily path 




1528 


Lake avenue 




1529 


Lake avenue 




1530 


Lake avenue 




1531 


Brook path 


92 


1532 


Brook path 


150 


1533 


Pink path 




1534 


Brook path 


150 


1535 


Columbine path 




1536 


Brook path 


150 


1537 


Bignonia path 


200 


1538 


Bignonia path 


200 


1539 


Arethusa path 


150 


1540 


Crocus path 


400 


1541 


Mulberry avenue 




1542 


Lake aveiiue 




1543 


Arethusa path 


150 


1544 


Lily path 


460 


1545 


Brook path 


150 


1546 


Cornell path 




1547 


Rhododendron path 




1548 


Brook path 


150 


1549 


Rhododendron path 




1550 


Brook path 


150 


1551 


Brook path 


80 


1552 


Brook path 


150 


1553 


Rhododendron path 


690 


1554 


Rhododendron path 




1555 


Bignonia path 


140 


1556 


Brook path 


150 


1557 


Wigelia path 


400 


1558 


Rhododendron path 


400 


1559 


Cornell path 




1560 


Rock Maple avenue 




1561 


Brook path 


150 


1562 


Bignonia path 


234 


1563 


Bignonia path 


233 


1564 


Bignonia path 


233 


1565 


Arethusa path 


150 


1566 


Cypress avenue 


340 


1567 


Bignonia path 




1568 


Arethusa path 


120 


1569 


Lake avenue 




1570 


Arethusa path 


150 


1571 


Lake avenue 




1572 


Brook path 


150 


1573 


Yarrow path 




1574 


Asphodel path 


1050 


1575 


Cornell path 




1576 


Asphodel path 




1577 


Pink path 




1578 


Cypress avenue 




1579 


Crocus path 





117 



Cutler, George 
Chapin, George A. 
Davis, Gilman 
Hart, Nathaniel O. 
Robertson, John A. 
Page, William W. 
Pierce, William C. 
Moorhouse, Isaac 
Holbrook, Charles C. 
Hurd, John R. 
Codman, Robert 
Bla,nchard, John W. 
Jameson, Thomas 
Bardwell, Josiah 
Smith, Elisha 
Fisher, Horace B. 
Sibley, Lyman E. 
Eaton, Richard 
Eayrs, William 
Gair, John 
Nay, Ira A. 
Smith, Silman 
Davis, John F. 
Laing, Archibald 
Richards, Reuben A. 
Aldrich, Charles A. 
Park, Daniel 
Levanseler, Mary E. 
Farnsworth, Albert 
Fifield, Osgood, Mrs. 
Greenough, Anna A., wife 

D. S. G. 
Litchfield, Howard 
Parker, Caroline 
Clark, Matthew 
Staniels, James 
Woodman, George F. 
Churchill, William W. 
Clapp, Lydia C. 
Kendall, Charles S. 
Lincoln, Joshua 
Wilson, Mary 
Morse, Ira 
Decatur, Cyrus 
Page, Chauncey 
Abbott, Lewis B. 
Bigelow, Mary S. 
Fiske, George A. 
Smith, Whitman B. 
Todd, Eliel S. 
Harrington, Andrew J. 
Stockman, John A. 
Briggs, Charles 
Dawes, James E. 



of 



1580 


Rhododendron path 




1581 


Lake avenue 




1582 


Lake avenue 




1583 


Cypress avenue 




1584 


Rhododendron path 




1585 


Asphodel path 


360 


1586 


Cypress avenue 




1587 


Cornell path 




1588 


Bignonia path 




1589 


Eliot Hills path 




1590 


Eliot Hills path 




1591 


Rhododendron path 




1592 


Rhododendron path 




1593 


Rock Maple avenue 


740 


1594 


Elder path 


180 


1595 


Elder path 


150 


1596 


Elder path 


150 


1597 


Elder path 


150 


1598 


Elder path 


150 


1599 


Elder path 


150 


1600 


Elder path 


150 


1601 


Elder path 


150 


1602 


Elder path 


150 


1603 


Elder path 


150 


1604 


Cypress avenue 




1605 


Rhododendron path 




1606 


Rhododendron path 




1607 


Rock Maple avenue 


217 


1608 


Elder path 


150 


1609 


Elder path 


150 


1610 


Asphodel path 


285 


1611 


Elder path 


150 


1612 


Elder path 


150 


1613 


Elder path 


150 


1614 


Elder path 


150 


1615 


Cypress avenue 




1616 


Cypress avenue 




1617 


Arethusa path 


90 


1618 


Elder path 


154 


1619 


Elder path 


154 


1620 


Elder path 


150 


1621 


Elder path 


150 


1622 


Bignonia path 




1623 


Pink path 




1624 


Elder path 


150 


1625 


Elder path 


150 


1626 


Lake avenue 




1627 


Rhododendron path 




1628 


Elder path 


150 


1629 


Crocus path 




1630 


Elder path 


150 


1631 


Rhododendron path 




1632 


Elder path 


150 



118 



Hopkins, Samuel B. 

Slocum, William H. 

Huntington, Edward B. 

Bartlett, Daniel, Jr. 

Brazier, Anna 

Dix, Francis Henry, Mrs. 

Libby, Alvah 

Mackintosh, Charles G. 

Bainard, John 

Moore, Calvin A. 

French, Thomas E. 

Brackett, Franklin B. 

Fisk, George 

Sawyer, William 

Hogg, John, for Brown, Hogg 

& Taylor ■ 
Wheeler, Charles H. 
Tuttle, Samuel J. 
Sanderson, Luther, 
Crafts, Charles F. 
Cotter, Margaret 
Sturgis, Kussell 
Tuttle, Gilman 
D wight, William 
Hubbard, John P. 
Carv, Isaac H. 
Haskell, William T. 
Laws, David Lyman 
Chaffee, George A. 
Cobb, Charles K. 
Whitten, Charles V. 
Wharton, William C. 
Perkins, Edward N. 
Eay, Edwin 
Stevens, Joseph F. 
Burdett, Horatio S. 
Mecuen, Edward F. 
Jenkins, Edmund R. 
Morrill, William B. 
Fottler, John 
Peterson, John 
Crosby, Charles W. 
Roberts, William B. 
Davis, Charles S. 
Colburn, Joseph W. 
Burrows, Hamilton J. 
Grover, Leonard A. 
Tripp, Alonzo 
Parker, John W. 
Boyden, Benjamin 
Sheafe, William 
Ransom, Chandler R. 
Came, James E. 
Blackburn, John 



1633 


Bignonia path 


, 


1634 


Rhododendron path 




1635 


Sumach path 


374 


1636 


Bignonia path 




1637 


Arethusa path 


125 


1638 


Elder path 


150 


1639 


Elder path 


180 


1640 


Asphodel path 




1641 


Elder path 


150 


1642 


Fir avenue 


120 


1643 


Rhododendron path 




1644 


Rhododendron path 




1645 


Yarrow path 




1646 


Bignonia path 




1647 


Rhododendron path 




1648 


Elder path 


150 


1649 


Fir avenue 


120 


1650 


Bignonia path 




1651 


Elder path 


150 


1652 


Rock Maple avenue 


225 


1653 


Wigelia path 


430 


1654 


Bignonia path 




1655 


Wigelia path 


2015 


1656 


Lily path 


360 


1657 


Lily path 




1658 


Lily path 


600 


1659 


Elder path 


150 


1660 


Bignonia path 




1661 


Eliot Hills path 




1662 


Bignonia path 


275 


1663 


Asphodel path 


280 


1664 


Asphodel path 


720 


1665 


Bignonia path 




1666 


Rhododendron path 




1667 


Bignonia path 




1668 


Elder path 


150 


1669 


Bignonia path 


180 


1670 


Bignonia path 


180 


1671 


Elder path 


150 


1672 


Elder path . 


150 


1673 


Hazel path 




1674 


Elder path 


150 


1675 


Yarrow path 




1676 


Cypress avenue 




1677 


Elder path 


150 


1678 


Elder path 


150 


1679 


Asphodel path 




1680 


Rhododendron path 




1681 


Bignonia path 


285 


1682 


Asphodel path 


408 


1683 


Elder path 


150 


1684 


Hazel path 




1685 


Ash avenue 





119 



Adams, Charles Henry 
Bennighof, Mary 
Stedman, Enoch 
Henry, Sally, heirs of 
Sanderson, William 
Tufts, William F. 
Mahan, Eliza J. 
Mills, Eben U. 
Otis, Edmund B. 
Boynton, George W. 
Harris, Theodore S. 
Hubbard, Joseph 
Hubbard, Moses N. 
Codman, Catherine E. 



1686 


Ash avenue 


340 


1687 


Ash avenue 




1688 


Arbutus path 


■ 


1689 


Pink path 




1690 


Fir avenue 


234 


1691 


Rock Maple avenue 




1692 


Elder path 


150 


1693 


Elder path 


150 


1694 


Asphodel path 


320 


1695 


Rock Maple avenue 




1696 


Arbutus path 




1697 


Elder path 


150 


1698 


Elder path 


150 


1699 


Wigelia path 


270