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REYNOLDS HISTORICAC 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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WOBURN RECORDS 



Births, Deaths, and Marriages. 



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PART VI.-MARRiAGES. 



1873-1890. 



ALPHABETICALLY AND CHRONOLOGICALLY ARRANGED BY 



EDWARD F. JOHNSON. 




WOBURN, MASS.: 

The Nbws Print. 

1894. 



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Published under vote of City CoiUiCil. 
Approved Feb. 8, 1894, 



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IN DEX 

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NAMES OF CITIES AND TOWNS. 



Acton, io6, 132. 

Albany, Ga., 40, 144. 

Alexander, N, H., 10, 60. 

Amesbury, 13, 2S, 63, iii. 

Amherst, X. S., 48, 64. 

Andover (see also North Andover), 65, 

145.' 
Arlington, 16, 22,43,49, 108, 113, 121, 

135. 143- 
Auburn, N. Y., 8, 52. 
Augusta, Me.. 45, 79. 
Ausable, N. Y., 7, 33. 
Ayer, 64, 77, 82, 91, loi, 107. 

Baltimore, Md., loo, 106. 

Barnstable, 22, 52, S3, 109. 

Bartlett, N. H., 13, 98. 

Bath, Me.. 50, 103, iii, 112. 

Bedford, iS, 28, 32, 34, 50, 76. 

Bellingham, 115, 119. 

Berthier, Can., 116, iiS. 

Bethel, Vc, 36, 72. 

Billerica, 21, 50, 59, 129. 

Boscawen, N. H., 16, 83. 

Boston, passim. 

Bradford,* 76. 

Bradford, Penn., 57. 

Braintree, 62, 71. 

Brattleboro, Vt., 47, 119. 

Brockton, 49, 64, 77, 97. 

Brookline, 90, 98. 

Brooklyn, X. Y., 17, 29, 62, 80. 

Buckfield, Me., 98, 120. 

Burlington, 8, 10, 12, (4, 17, 18, 21, 22, 
25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 36, 37, 38, 40, 47. 
53' 56. 59. 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68, 
71, 72, 78, 83, 84, 85, 88, 89, 96. 97. 
99, 102, 106, 107, lo.S, 109, 113, 114, 
116, 117, 119, 120, I2r, 122, 123, 126, 
127, 128, 133, 135, 137, 141, 142, 144. 
145, 146, 148. 



California, 76, 98. 

Cambridge, 7, 8, 12, 14, 16, 17, 26, 2S, 
33,40,41,42, 49, 50. 51. 53, 57, 60, 
64, 69, 75, 76, 77, So, S3, 84, 85, S7, 
92, 94,95, 103, 108, no, 111,112, 117, 
118, 122, 126, 127, 131, 132, 135, 13S, 

144. 146, 147- 
Cambridge, Texas, 8, 52. 
Cape Breton, X. S., 37, 1 10. 
Carlisle, 22, 60, 66. 
Cerro Gordo, 111., 34, 134. 
Cesarea, Turkey, 47, 53. 
Charleston, 9, 17. 

Charlestown, 37, 38, 44, 58, in, 142. 
Chelmsford, 14, 20, 124, 12S, 129, 147. 
Chelsea, 7, 15, 24, z^, 44, 65, 72, 75, So. 

96, 116, 117, 129, 131, 137, 143. 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 32, 132. 
Qeveland, Ohio, no, 142. 
Qiftondale, 37, 62. 
Colebrook, N. H., 8, 84. 

Danbury, Ct., 17, 142. 
Danvers, 48, 104, 120, 134. 
Dartmouth, 45, 106. 
Dedham, 7, 10, 36, 46, 69, 148. 
Derry, N. H., 9. 
Dorchester, 23, 30, 71, 94. 
Dover, 3", 80. 
Dover, X\ H., 43, 98. 
Dunstable, 76, 97. 

England, 50, 120. 

Epping, X. H., 108, 139. 

Everett, 28. 47, 63, 67, 89, 92, ni, \\-. 

Exeter, X. H., 102, 104. 

Fair Haven, n, 13. 

Falmouth. 56, 112. 

Fayston, Vt., 79, 129. 

Fitchburg, 7, 68, 72, no, n6, 147. 

Franklin, 77, 128. 

Fryeburg, Me., 25. 133, 137, 140. 



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IV 



INDEX TO NAMES OF CITIES AND TOVTSS. 



Gardner, 96, iiS. 
Georgetown, 8, 34, 59, 82. 
Georgetown, Col., 36, 122. 
Greenfield, N. H., 20, 136. 
Groton, 45, 112, 117, 147. 

Hadley, 78. 115. 
Hanover, N. H., 32, 143. 
Hartford, Ct., 10, 15, 54. 142. 
Haverhill, 8, 10, 39, 123, 136, 141, 146, 

147- i 

Highland Park, 111., 16, 146. | 

Hingham, 99, 113. 

Hiram, Me., 78, 129. ! 

Holyoke, 31,44, 49, 51. 
Hopkinton, 53, 70, 114, 140. 
Hudson, 24, 106, 109, 119. 
Hyannis, 27, 144. 

Idaho, 25, 84. 
Ipswich, 35, 62. 

Jamaica, 51, 123. 

Lancaster, X. H., 8, 84. 

Lawrence, 23, 69, 78, 100, 135, 136. 

Lewiston, ?^Ie., 26, 140. 

Lexington, 23, 42, 51, 53, 62, 66, 72, 76, 

81, 96, 104, 129, 142. 
Lincoln, 16, 25, 42, 112. 
Littleton, 79, 113. 
Lovell, Me., 118, 120. 
Lowell, 16, 24, 27, 49, 51, 54, 61, 64, 66, 

67, 71. 73. 76. 92, 98, 102, 113, 124, 

129, 130, 133, 145, 147. 
Lynn, 16, 27, 39, 41, 45, 49, 59', 68, 71, 

73, 76, 82, 84, 86, 87, 92, 99, 100, 106, 

111, 123, 125, 127, 128, 130, 142, 147. 
Lynnfield, 20, 144. 

Maiden, 18, 34, 37, 39, 40, 43, 48, 5'. 59- 
63, 69, 71, 78, 80, 89, 100, loi, 107, 

112, 113, 117, 121, 122, 127, 138, 142, 
145, 146, 147. 

Malone, N. Y., 35, 48, 53, 135. 

Manchester, 28, 42. 

Manchester, N. H., 11, 26, 32, 37, 56, 

loi, III, 121, 122, 140. 
Marlboro, 61, 116. 
Marlboro, N. H., 7, 49. 
Massena, N. Y., 27, 69. 
Mauch Chunk, loo, 148. 
Medfield, 128, 147. 
-Medford, 7, 13, 19, 34. 56. 65, 78, 79, 80, 

III, 113, 126, 132, 135, 136, 139, 143. 
Melrose, 19, 74, 80, 87, 97, 108. 



Merrimack, X. H., 54, 112. 
Methuen, 70, 120. 
Middlefield, 40, 99. 
Middletown, X. Y., 74, 146. 
Milford, X. H., 13, 35. 
Milton, 9, 64. 
Minn, 10, in. 
Montreal, 18, 81. 
Mt. Vernon, X. H., 30, 128. 
Muckon, X. B., 95, 98. 

Nashua, N. H., 11, 14, 29, 79, 87, 108, 

112, 113, 135, 143. 
Natick, 17,86. 

Xewark. X. J., 10, 55, 62, 86, 105, ill. 
X'ew Bedford, 15, 69. 
Xew Brunswick, 28, 37. 
X'ewbury, X. H., 66, 106. 
New Hampshire, 11, 114. 
New JIaven, Conn., 120. 143. 
Xew Market, X. H., 51, 82, loi, 129. 
Newport, R. I., 115, 119. 
Newton, 93, 100, 132, 148. 
Newton, N. H., 82, 95, 123, 134. 
New York, 39, 53, 63, 82, 87, 89, 102, 

124. 
New York City, 12, 20, 40, 47, 72, 82, 92, 

121. 
North Andover, 27, 141. 
Xorthboro, 64, too. 
North Reading, 69, 114. 
Norton, 115, 121. 
Nova Scotia, 9, 88. 

Oakland, Cal., 14, 27. 

Ohio, 54, 126. 

Orange, 25, 76, 115, 130. 

Paxton, 51, 140. 

Peabody, 12, 15, 21, 59, 62, 80, 102, 104, 

133. 135. 137- 
Penn, 40, 51. 

Peterboro,'X. H., 10, 78. , 

Philadelphia, Penn., 89, 122. 
Poland, Me., 47, 112. 
Portville, X. Y., 45, 88. 
Pownal, Me., 71, 112. 
Providence, R. I., 39, 58, 66, 131. 

Reading. 8, 10, 11, 19, 32, 35, 40, 43.45. 
50, 51, 52,58, 64,76, S3, 105. 112, 114, 
116, 121, 123, 129, 132, 13S, 139. 

Revere, 14, 39, 78, ui. 

Rochester, X. Y., 32, 45. 

Rockland, Me., 29, 49, 70, 97. 

Rockport, 9, 17, 18, 32. 



INDEX TO NAMES OF CITIES AND TO^VNS. 



Salem, 20, 30, 42, 43, 71, 72, 102, 107, 

119, 125. 134. 
Salem, X. H., 132, 146. 
Salisbury, 13, 15. 
Sandwich, 69, 79. 
Saugus (see also Cliftondale), 37, 67, 92, 

loi, 113. 119. 
Shanghai, China, S2. 
Shrewsbury, 7, 13. 
Somerville^ 9, 11, 14. 19- 22, 23, 25, 35, 

37, 38, 43, 44. 54, 56, 57. 7O' S4, 99, 

100, loi, 103, 104, 106, 114, 115, iiS, 

119, 127, 129, 136, 13S, 141, 142. 
Southbridge, 71, 137. 

South Carolina, 126, 143. 

South Hampton, N. H., 144, 147- • 

Springfield, 79, 144. 

Springfield, Vt.. 20, 79, 90, 100, 103, 129. 

St. Johns, N'. B., 93, loS. 

Stockbridge, 76, 87. 

Stoneham, S, 11, 14, 15. 16, 18, 19, 20, 
21, 25, 28, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35. 3^. 39, 
41, 42, 44, 47, 4S, 49. 5O' 53. 54, 5^» 
57. 59, 63. 65, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75' 
76. 77, 78, Si, 86, SS, 89, 90, 91, 95, 
98, 99, I02, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 
108, III, 112, 113, 114, 117, iiS, 119, 

120, 121, 127, 129, 130, 131, 132, 139, 
140, 14!, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 148. 

Sutton, 128, 146. 

Tamworth, N. H., 9, 131. 
Tilton, N. H., 55, 83, 124, 130. 



Topsfield, 114, 139. 
Troy, S, 117. 

Upton, 48, 57. 

Virginia, 139, 140. 

Waitsfield, Vt., 79, 129. 

Wakefield, 7, 13, 33, 36, 50, 52, 76. 

loi, 103. 127, 132, 134. 
^Yaltham, 12, 23, 37, 61, 76, 77, 103. 

124, 128, 133, 139. 
Washington, D. C, 18, 28, 54, 78, 

132. 
Watertown. 26, 140. 
Westerly, R. I., 40, 51. 
Westford, 14, 1x9. 
Wilmington, 7, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15. 19. 

26, 45. 59, 60, 68, 72, 75, 82,01 

96, 98, 100, 103, X05, 107, III. 

131, 132. 133, 135,141, 145' 14S. 
Winchendon, 7, 63. 
Winchester, passim. 
Windham, N. H., 11, 29. 
Woburn,/(7^ii/w. 
Woodstock, Vt., 36, 72. 
Woodsville, X. H., 28, 97. 
Worcester, li, 21, 38, 50, 57, 96, 
I 140- 

, Yarmouth, X. S., 42, 81. 



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PREFACE. 



This printed record of the marriages completes the publication of the births, 
deaths, and marriages in Woburn from the settlement of the town to Dec. 31, 
1S90. There are 1,857 marriages recorded in the eighteen years covered by this 
volume, and the number of persons who were married during that period is 3,7 14. 

With next year's city report. I hope to publish the marriage intentions from 
the earliest date (1699) down to and including the year 1890, and with it the 
newspaper notices of all marriages which are not to be found on the records 
of the city clerk. In compiling the marriage intentions, I shall omit the name of 
every person whose marriage record has been already published, unless there 
appears something besides the usual difference of date in the two records. The 
adoption of this method will greatly lessen the expense of publication, and yet 
render the book fully as valuable for consultation. 

The abbreviations 2d, 3d, 5th, etc., in the text signify the number of times 
married. 

As an appendix to this book, I have added a copy of what is known as the 
Proprietors' Book of Record. It is an account of the meetings and doings of 
the proprietors of the common and undivided lands in Woburn and Wilming- 
ton from 1739 to 1765. It contains, among other things, the grants of land made 
to different proprietors in severalty, and its preservation, therefore, is of impor- 
tance to the property owners of our city. The original, which I found some 
years ago in an exposed place, consists of a number of loose sheets, covered 
with what was once " a blue flowered paper." Considering its dilapidated con- 
dition, its preservation for so long a time is remarkable. 

EDWARD F. JOHNSON. 
Apkil II, 1804. 



A\ARR1AGES IN WOBURN; MASS. 

1873-1890. 
ALPHABETICALLY AND CHRONOLOGICALLY ARRANGED. 



ABBOTT. 

Lemuel Abbott, of Woburn, and Belle A. Brown, of Boston, Sept. 24, 18SS. 

ACOKX. 

Barbara L. Acorn and Peter T. Westland. both of Chelsea, Sept. 24, 1885. 

ADAMS. 

Sarah C. Adams, of Uedham, and James E. Cutler, of Woburn, Nov. 29, 

1S77. 
Charles D. Adams and Sarah J. Kelley, both of Woburn, Aug. 3. 18S1. 
Emma A. Adams, of Wakefield, and' Lilly A. Sweetser, of Woburn, Dec. 

14, iSSi. 
Willard Adams, of Marlboro, N. H. (2d), and Fannie G. Ferry, of Woburn 

(3d), Jan. 3, 18S2. 

ADA3ISON. 

James Adamson and Louisa Moreland, both of Woburn, Sept. 27, 188 1. 

AHERX (see also O'Hearx). 

Catherine Ahern, of Medford, and Edward Shea, of Woburn, Oct. 7, 1875. 
William Ahern and Mary A.Cadigan, both of Woburn, Oct. 22, 1878. 
Margaret Ahern, of Woburn, and John McCarthy, of Winchester, Sept. 5, 

1S82. 
Mary Ahern (2d) and Jeremiah Desmond (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 6, 18S3. 
llonora Ahern and Michael Grady, both of Woburn, July 29, 1S83. 

ALDEN. 

George W. Alden and Delia O'Hara, both of Fitchburg, Au'g. 27, 1879. 

ALGER. 

Mary L. Alger, of Woburn, and Frederick W. Cramphorn, of Au Sable, 
X. Y., Sept. II, 1889. 

ALL EX. 

Mary E. Allen, of Woburn, and John Hancock, of Winchendon, Oct. 20, 
1874. 

Emma M. Allen and Cyrus Cummings, Jr., both of Woburn, Oct. 20, 1875. 

Lottie A. Allen and Charles Green, both of Wilmington, Dec. 5, 1S75. 

Marcellus H. Allen and Millie F. Pollard, both of Woburn, Jan. 2, 187S. 

Thomas N. Allen, of Woburn (2d), and Adeline Robinson, of Cambridge- 
port, Oct. 31, 1S78. 

Jane T. Allen and Charles H. Bean, both of Woburn, June i, iSSi. 

Frank H. Allen, of Shrewsbury, and Harriet A. Bickford, ot Woburn, May 
10, 1SS3. 



8 WOBDRX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

ALLiEN, continued. 

Annie Allen, of Winchester, and Peter McHugh, of Woburn, Sept. 2;, 

rSSj. 
Dora Allen, of Burlington, and Valentine Hall, of Woburn, March :6, iSga 
Abbie Allen and Hugh McElhaney, both of Woburn, Oct. 2, 1S90. 

ALLISON. 

Emerson C. Allison and Fannie M. Gage, both of Woburn, July 12, 1S75. 

ALWARD. 

Lydia Alward and William H. Slater, both of Woburn, Aug. 3, 1874. 

A^IES. 

Erskine Ames (2d) and Marianna Sevrens, both of Woburn, March i, iS-i. 
Charles W. Ames, of Woburn, and Lucy E. Gordon, of Georgetown, Dec 

29, 1875. 
Charles O. Ames (2d) and Sarah C. Knapp, both of Woburn, Feb. 12, 

1876. 
Henry L. Ames and Charlotte E. Converse, both of Woburn, April 19, iS-S2. 
Jacob Ames, of Woburn (2d), and Vilorra Smith, of Reading, Jan. 3, iS?j. 
Mary J. Ames, of Woburn, and Howard A. Thompson, of Haverhill, June 

II, 1884. 
Addie P. Ames, of Stoneham, and Joseph C. Duncan, of Woburn, March S, 

188S. ■ 
Clara M. Ames, of Woburn, and William A. Prior, of Troy, Oct. 22, iSSS. 

AMEY. 

Edward C. Amey, of Lancaster, N. H., and Lola E. Lvman, of Colebroot, 
N. H., Oct. 6, 1SS5. 

ANDERSOX. 

David Anderson and Margaret McKenzie, both of WoTjurn, Dec. 13, 1S73. 
Nellie Anderson, of Boston, and William W. White, of Woburn, Dec. II, 

18S0. 
Mary E. Anderson and Charles H. Stephens, both of Woburn, .Aug. i. iSSi. 
Augusta Anderson and John A. Johnson, both of Woburn, Aug. 20, iSSi. 
James Anderson, of Cambridge, Texas, and Sarah E. Foster, of .Auburn, 

N. Y., Aug. 24, 188 1. 
Annie J. Anderson, of Woburn, and James E. Long, of Cambridge, Dec. 10, 

1885. 
Elmer C. Anderson and Charles F. Hediund, both of Woburn, May 7, iSS". 
Carl Anderson, of Woburn, and Joanna M. K^elin, of Winchester, Aug. 6, 

1887. 
Emma Anderson and John Ringwist, both of Woburn, Aug. 21, 1887.^ 
John Anderson and Hannah Peterson, both of Woburn, May 12, iSSS. 
Gustav Anderson and Hannah Stackenberg, both of Woburn. June S, 18SS. 
Ingard Anderson and Tohn Olson, both of Woburn, Dec. 2t, 1SS9. 
Ernest G. Anderson and Goetha -\L Bohman, both of Woburn, Feb. 22, 

1890. 
Augusta C. Anderson, of Woburn, and Augustus Lindall, of Winchester, 

May 24, 1890. 
Martin Anderson, of Boston, and Bertha S. Peterson, of Woburn, Aug. 6, 

1890, 

AXDRAE. 

Augusta M. Andrae and Walter I. Ashbee, both of Woburn, April 25 
1 888. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 9 

ANDREWS. 

Henrv L. Andrews and Man,- E. Cole, both of Woburn, Sept. 3, 1S73. 
Elbridge W. Andrews and Hattie L. Bellows, both of Woburn, May 5, 1874. 

APP. 

Henry App and Margaret Dyer, both of Boston, Dec. 6, 1SS6. 

APPLiETON. 

Emma J. Appleton, of Winchester, and Warren J. Bryant, of Woburn, Feb. 

21, iSSo. 
Annie P. Appleton and Thomas Mason (2d), both of Boston, Oct 15, iSSj. 

ARCHIBALD. 

Nancy Archibald, of Woburn, and George Harris, Jr., of Milton, Nov. 4, 

1882. 
William H. Archibald and Mary A. Burns, both of Woburn, March 3, 1890. 

ARMSTRONG. 

Alice J. Armstrong and Charles Bancroft, both of Woburn, June 4, 1873. 
Mary A. Armstrong, of Woburn, and Ronald McDonald, of Nova Scotia, July 

10. 1873. 
William Armstrong (2d) and Marv (Sheehan) Shegrew (2d), both of Woburn, 

May 31, 18S5. 

ASHBEE. 

Sarah M. Ashbee and Charles H. Rand (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 26, 

1875. 
Alonzo H. Ashbee and Hattie E. Harris, both of Woburn, Nov. S, 18S2. 
Walter I. Ashbee and Augusta M. Andrae, both of Woburn, April 25, 1SS8. 

ATKINS. 

Eldora Atkins, of CharlestonJ (2d), and John Breen, of Rockport, July 7, 
1880. 

ATWOOD. 

David W. Atwood, of Boston (2d), and Elmira Stacy, of Tamworth, N. H . 

(2d), Dec. 16, 1875. 
Zoeth W. Atwood and Lizzie M. DeLoriea, both of Woburn, Sept. 12, 

1S85. 

AUSTIN. 

Sarah E. Austin and Walter Shepherd, both of Boston, Dec. [5, 1875. 
Robert L. Austin, of Winchester, and C. Mabel Jones, of Woburn, Jan. 19, 
18S2. 

AYER. 

Lindsay E. Ayer, of Derrv, N. H., and Varina E. Ayer, of Woburn, Jan. 4, 

1888. 
Varina F. Ayer, of Woburn, and Lindsay E. Ayer, of Derry, N. H., Jan. 4, 

l8S8. 

BACON 

Walter O. Bacon and Lizzie W. Webb, both of Woburn, Oct. 2C, i88r. 
Oliver Bacon, of Woburn, and Clara B. Tufts, of Somerville, Oct. 20, i88t. 
W^altei O. Bacon, of Woburn (2d), and Alice J. Galloway, of Boston (2d), 
Nov. 30, 1890. 



10 WOBURN RECORD OP MARRIAGES. 

BAILEY. 

Daniel Bailey and Elizabeth Donahoe, both of Woburn, June 13, 1874. 
Ida Bailey, of Peterboro', N. H., and Richard H. Kimball, of Woburn, Dec 

Byron E. Bailey, of Boston, and Amv A. Morgan, of Woburn, June 2 iSSi. 
William Bailey and Sarah J. McCarthy, both of Woburn, Oct. 18. 1S88. 
Horace L. Bailey, of Winchester, and Lillian W. Parker, of Woburn, Sept. 
17. 1890. 

BAKER. 

Olive P. Baker and Thomas H. Marrinan, both of Woburn, Dec. 23, 1885. 

BALDWIN.* 

BALL. 

George T. Ball (2d) and Lucy M. Knowlton, both of Woburn, Aug. 26, 

1879- 

BANCROFT. 

• Charles Bancroft and Alice J. Armstrong, both of Woburn, June 4, 1873. 
Marcus M. Bancroft, of Minn., and Julia Owens, of Wilmmgton, July 14, 

187^1 

Ada a". Bancroft, of Woburn, and Eugene Page, of Newark, N. J., March 9, 

• Lizzie M. Bancroft, of Woburn, and Edward A. Harnden, of Reading, Sept. 

Eunice Bancroft and Charles F. Cook, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1877. 
Louise M. Bancroft, of Reading, and Charles S. Eaton, of Woburn, May iS, 

1881 
Charles H. Bancroft, of Woburn, and Ada M. Woodman, of Haverhill, Sept. 

19, 1888. 

BANKS. 

Sarah A. Banks, of Woburn, and Fremont A. Gray, of Alexander, N. H., 

George L.' Banks, of Woburn, andChrisiy M. Hollingsworth, of Dedham, 
July 14, 1889. 

BANNING. 

Rufus C. Banning, of Hartford, Ct, and Maggie T. Fuller, of Woburn, July 

3. iS83- 

BANNON. 

Francis Bannon and Lilla Nelson, both of Burlington, Nov. 16, 1879. 

BANWELL. 

Edward Banwell and Elizabeth A. Mason, both of Woburn, May 21, 1890. 



• The inventory of the estate of Reuel Baldwin, who died ir. 1776. discloses : (i.) Near ^8 acres 
beinK the homestead, bounded west on land of Robert Douglass [John Johnson s pasture on the 
cort^MVof lx>custStreet].nonh on Jacob Wnght [land east o^^^p^^^^^^^^^^^ 



R,uteU.TpaJt'. ar.d'in';art''o;io;hua Reed rwest.'on Lieut. Winn and Josiah Walker, and north 

"° '^^^tl°^[",IHT.'s emb^acld the site ..f the present John Camming-, shop, on South Bed- 
ford StrM?, and wi, purchased of Ab.;ah Smith in ,77.. After the death of Reuel Baldwin >t 
i^ to Reuben Johnson, who married hb widow, Keziah Baldwin. See note under Johnson. 



WOBORN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 11 

BARBER. 

Harriet G. Barber, of Woburn, and Charles Gilcreast, of Boston, June 7, 
1876. 

BARDEX. 

George W. Barden and Mary M. Tarr, both of Woburn, Nov. 25, 1883. 

BARKER. 

Augustus L. Barker, of Nashua, N. H., and Mary A. Cochrane, of Wind- 
ham, N. H., Jan. i, 1873. 

Velma J. Barker and William F. Davis, both of Woburn, Oct. 5, 1874. 

Lottie M. Barker, of Woburn, and John T. Besse, of Fair Haven, April 24, 
1878. 

William H. H. Barker, of Boston, and Ada F. Welman, of Woburn, April 
28, 1882. 

BARNARD. 

Prentice S. Barnard, of Woburn {2d), and Amanda M. Perkins, of Reading 
(2d), July 26, 1S90. 

BARNES. 

Caroline E. Barnes, of Stoneham, and George W. Soles, of Woburn, June 
2, 1880 

BARNUM. 

Lora L. Barnum and James Given, both of Woburn, Dec. 14, 1881. 
David E. Barnum and Sabina W. Cook, both of Woburn, May 29, 18S3. 
Hortense Barnum and Jacob Smith, both of Woburn, Feb. 11, 1S90. 
Majgery M. Barnum (2d) and William Taylor, both of Woburn, Aug. i, 
1890. 

BARR. 

Catherine Barr and William White, both of Woburn, Feb. 17, 1874. 
Catherine Barr, of Winchester, and Hugh "O'Donnell, of Woburn, May 3, 
1888. 

BARRETT. 

Fred W. Barrett, of Woburn, and Hattie I. Mann, of Worcester, July 25, 1887. 
Henry Barrett and Lizzie Graham, both of Woburn, Oct. 3, 1890. 

BARRON. 

Sarah E. Barron and William P. De Friez, both of Woburn, Oct. 3, 1883. 

BARRY. 

Ann J. Barry, of Winchester, and George W. Lane, of Woburn, June 21, 

1873. 
Lottie A. S. Barry and Willard Howland. both of Boston, Aug. 24, 1874. 
Nora Barry and Hugh Conway, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1877. 

BART. 

Josie Bart, of New Hampshire, and Walter F. Pettee, of Somerville, Oct, 
II, 1890. 

BARTLETT. 

William R. Bartlett and Laura V, Ellison, both of Woburn, July 7, 1885. 

BATCHELDER. 

Eva Batchelder, of Manchester, N. H., and George W. Davis, of Wobtim, 
Jan. I, 1885. 



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12 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

BATES. 

Jane H. Bates, of Burlington (2d), and Silas H. Sherman, of Boston, Nov. 

3, 1S78. 
Charles P. Bates, ot Xew York City, and Anna F. Richardson, of Wobum, 

Dec. 13, 18S1. 

BATTELL. 

Mary A. Battell and Frank E. Tracy, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1883. 
Spurgeon Battell and Charlotte Clarke, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 1SS9. 

BEAN. 

Charles H. Bean and Jane T. Allen, both of Woburn, June i, 188 1. 
George F. Bean and E. Maria Blodgett, both of Woburn, Sept. 2, 1S86. 

BEARD. 

Mary F. Beard, of Burlington, and Edwin G. Hunt, of Woburn, Nov. 7, 
1889. 

BEATTIE. 

Mary Beattie and Patrick Claffy (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 26, 1S79. 
Margaret Beattie (2d) and Norton Connolly (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 12, 

18S0. 
Thomas Beattie, of Woburn, and Honora O'Connor, of Boston, Aug. 7, 

1884. 
John J. Beattie and Margaret F. Nolan, both of Woburn, June 27, 1S89. 

BEBEX. 

Rose Beben and Patrick Doucette (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 5, 1887. 

BEDELLE. 

Joseph W. Bedelle and Louisa R. Fowle, both of Woburn, Feb. 3, 1S80. 

BEERS. 

Thomas Beers, of Peabody, and Sarah Hamilton, of Woburn, >iov. 15, 1SS8. 

BEOAN. 

Bridget Began, of Woburn, and Thomas D. Mulrahill, of Cambridge, Nov. 
4, 1888. 

BEGGS. 

William Beggs and Mary L. Richardson, both of Woburn, Feb. 20, 1873. 
Thomas G. Beggs and M'ary E. Todd, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 1S77. 

BEGLEY. 

Thomas J. Beglev, of Wobum, and Julia F. Sullivan, of Waltham, Aug. 18, 
1886. 

BELERSON (see Peterson). 

BELL. 

Sarah O. Bell and Frederick L. Sawyer, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1S73. 
Josie A. Bel!, of Wilmington, and Charles E. Taylor, of Woburn, Dec. ;, 

1875. 
Georgie A. Bell and Alfred F. Forten, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1SS2. 

BELLEW.' 

George H. Bellew and Mary A. Lynch, both of Woburn, April 29, 1881. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. - 13 

BELLOWS. 

Hattie L. Bellows and Elbridge VV. Andrews, both of Woburn, May 5, 1874. 

BENNETT. 

Walter W. Bennett and Annie D. Nelson, both of Wobum, June i, 1875. 
Annie Bennett, of Milford, N. H., and Lewis P. Cumnock, of Woburn, Jan. 
26, 1879. 

BERGMAN. 

Amelia Bergman and Peter Olson, both of Woburn, July 24, 1890. 

BERRY. 

Walter B. Berry (2d) and Ellen Robinson, both of Woburn, April iS, 1873. 
Ella M. Berry, of Woburn, and Joseph F. Mason, of Bartlett, N. H., Nov. 
28, 1876. 

BESSE. 

John T. Besse, of Fair Haven, and Lottie M. Barker, of Woburn, April 24, 
1878. 

BETTLE ("see also Battell). 

Joseph Bettle and Maggie Kyle, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 1889. 

BEZANSON. 

William ^^zanson (2d) and Rebecca Taylor, both of Woburn, Oct. 9, 1886. . 

BICKFORD. 

Harriet A. Bickford, of Woburn, and Frank H. Allen, of Shrewsbury, May 
10, 1883. 

BIRD. 

Martha A. Bird and James McFeeley, Jr., both of Woburn, July 13, 1882. 

BISBEE. 

Henry H. Bisbee and Josie H. Young, both of Wilmington, March 15, 1S87. 

BISHOP. 

Mary Bishop (2d) and Thomas Cavanaugh (2d), both of W^oburn, April 30, 
1876. 

BISKEE. 

Uly.''ses G. Biskee, of Woburn, and Nellie Creed, of Wakefield, Aug. 28, 
1889. 

BLACKHAM. 

James Blackham and Margaret McAlin, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1889. 

BLAISDELL. 

Louise C. Blaisdell, of Woburn, and Bliss Boultenhouse, of Salisbury, March 

26, 1873. 
Charles O. Blaisdell and Sarah Wilkins, both of Woburn, June 26, 1S75. 
William F. C. Blaisdell, of Medford, and Mary F. Stowers, of Woburn, 

April 2, 1876. 
George Blaisdell and Josie N. Blake (2d), both of Wobum, May 7, 1877. 
William Blaisdell and Ella Wilkins, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 1877. 
Ida L. Blaisdell and Charles H. Snell. both of Woburn, Oct. 5, 1878. 
Hattie A. Blaisdell, of Woburn, and Thomas N. Hardy of Amesbury (2d), 

May, I, 1880. 



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14 WOBUBN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

B.LATSDELL, continued. 

Cora B. Blaisdell, of Stoneham, and J. C. Fremont Corbett, of Woburo, 

April 23, 1SS4. 
George A. Blaisdell, of Winchester, and Edith A. Chamberlain, of \\ obum, 

Sept. 21, 1S84. 
Charles O. Blaisdell (2d) and Cora I. Wilkins, both of Wilmington. March 

17, 1888. ^ , 

Hannah (Wilkinson) Blaisdell, of Wobum (2d), and Thomas C. Reed, of 

Westford (2d), Sept. 27, 18S8. 

BLAKE. 

Josie N. Blake (2d) and George Blaisdell, both of \\ obum, May 7, 1877. 
Henry Blake and Catherine Martin, both of Woburn, June 24, 1S77. 
Simon Blake, of Woburn (2d), and Georgie Palmer, of Stoneham, Nov. 4, 

18S0. 
Emma L. Blake, of Woburn, and Joseph B. Parker, Nashua, N. H., Feb. 

8, 18S2. 
Freeman D. Blake, of Woburn, and Frances M. Church, of Oakland, Cal., 

Jan.— 18S9. 
Harrison G. Blake and Lizzie B. Dodge, both of Woburn, Feb. 19, 1S90. 

BLAKELY. 

Fannie Blakely and Andrew Shannon, both of Wobum, May 2, 1S7Q. 
Aliston T. Blakely, of Chelmsford, and Carrie E. Simonds, of Wobum, 
' Dec. 20, 1 88 1. 

Eunice F. Blakely, of Burlington, and Arthur F. Heald.of Wobum, May 23, 
1883. 

BLAKER. 

John T. Blaker and Maggie A. Crockett, both of Woburn, Sept. 29, 1890. 

BL.ANCHARD.* 

Ella E. Blanchard, of Somerville, and Edwin T. Howard, of Wobum. Nov. 

30, 1875. 
Mary C. Blanchard, of Woburn, and James E. Kendall, of Cambridge, Oct. 

16, 1878. , ^ 

Carrie A. Blanchard, of Wobum, and William P. Dickinson, of Revere, 

May 24, 1882. 
Edwin B. Blanchard and Mary D. Converse, both of Wobum, Sept 15, 

1886. , 

BLA.NDIX. 

Lizzie A. Blandin and Lewis Wardell, both of Stoneham, Jan. 20, 1873. 

BliANET. 

George A. Blaney and Ella A. Fowle, both of Woburn, June 2, 18S0. 

BliATCHFORD. 

Amelia J. Blatchford and James R. Clarke (2d), both of Woburn, June 25, 
1887. 

BLEMIS. 

Lizzie Blemis and Frank Newhall, both of Wobum, July 25, 1878. 



• Kov. 1,1817. Male child of Benjamin and Mary Blanchard. Atrophy, i year. He firom 
Woburn [etc.]. June 25,1818. Benjamin Blanchard, from Wobum. Apoplexy. 5J yearr. He 
had been in better circumstances [etc.]. — BentUy't Parish List 0/ Deaths, Saiem. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 15 

BLODGETT. 

E. Maria Blodgett and George F. Bean, both of Wobarn, Sept. 2, 1886. 

BLOOMER. 

May B. Bloomer, of Stoneham, and Samuel G. Maxwell, of Woburn, Aug. 
19, 1878. 

BLYE. 

George A. Biye, of New Bedford (2d), and Abigail Boutwell Home, of Wo- 
burn (2d), Nov. ID, 1S86. 

BOARDMAN. 

Lillie A. Boardman and William Ferrin, both of Woburn, April 24, 1885. 

BODICK. 

Sarah Bodick and Richard McNayr, both of Woburn, Nov. 30, 1882. 

BOHMAN. 

Ingerid E. Bohman and S. W. Johnson, both of Woburn, Dec. 18, 18S6. 
Goetha M. Bohman and Ernest Anderson, both of Woburn, Feb. 22, 1890. 

BOND. 

Daniel W. Bond and Martha Eaton, both of Woburn, June 16, 1877. 
Lewis F. Bond, of Woburn, and Annie C. Webster, of Hartford, Conn., Jan. 

4, i88i. 

BONN IN. 

Lewis P. Bonnin and Margaret A. Conole, both of Woburn, Feb. i, 1886. 

BOULTENHOUSE. 

Bliss Boultenhouse, of Salisbury, and Louise C. Blaisdell, of Woburn, 
March 26, 1873. 

BOUTELLE. 

Susan A Boutelle and B. T. H. Porter (3d), both of Woburn, Feb. 26, 1885. 
The )dore G. Boutelle, of Woburn, and Eliza C. Stephens, of Chelsea, June 
22, 1887. 

BOUTWELL. 

Charles E. Boutwell and Sarah A. A. Chapman, both of Woburn, Dec. 6, 

1874. 
Granville Boutwell and Marv L. Parker, both of Woburn, Julv 4. 1879- 
George A. Boutwell, of Woburn, and Carrie S. Larrabee, of Peabody, May 

5. »88o. 

Mabel N. Boutwell and Roscoe P. Pierce, both of Woburn, Jan. 13, 1881. 
James E. Boutwell and Carrie E. Seward, both of Woburn, Oct. 13, 1SS2. 
Mary A. Boutwell, of Woburn, and Charles L. Miller, of Wilmington, Oct 

I, 1883. „„ 

Oscar A. Boutwell and Alice J. Nichols, both of Woburn, March 2, 1884. 
Asa W. Boutwell and Susie R. Currier, both of Woburn, -Aug. 3. 18S4. 
Elizabeth H. Boutwell and George H. Wood, both of Woburn, May 2, 1SS6. 
Asa W. boutwell (2d) and -A.ugusta L. Parker, both of Woburn, Feb. 6, 1889. 

BO YARD. 

Maggie Bovard and Robert Frazer, both of Woburn, Feb. 16, 1889. 

BOWE. 

Mary P. Bowe and John Bradley, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 1883. 



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16 WOBUEN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

BOWEX. 

Frank H. Bowen and Annie A. Shanahan, both of Woburn, Sept. 27, 1886. 
Nellie P. Bowen, of Stoneham, and Charles C. Huntoon, of Woburn (2d), 
Jan. 22, 1887. 

BOWERS. 

Mary A. Bowers, of Woburn, and Amos Kendall , of Lowell, March 13, 

1878. 
William H. Bowers and Ella A. Cummings, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 

1879. 
Hattie E. V. Bowers and David H. Jones, both of W oburn, June 16, 1S80. 
Clara I. Bowers and Edmund C. Cottle (2d), both of Woburn, March 2, 

18S2. 

BOWMAN. 

Ellen Bowman and Michael Wall, both of Woburn, Oct. 21, 1879. 

BOYCE. 

Alfaretta Boyce and Frank A. Fessenden, both of Arlington, Sept. 17, 1874. 
Henry Boyce, of Boscawen, N. H., and Lillie A. Lorendo, of Woburn, Jan. 

I, 1884. 
Patrick Boyce, of Lincoln, and Maggie Downey, of Woburn, Feb. 3, 1884. 
Thomas C. Boyce and Catherine Shandly, both of Woburn, Sept. 13, 18S8. 

BOYD. 

Ellen Boyd and John Given, both of Woburn, Aug. 21, 1873. 

BOYIXGTOX. 

Arthur M. Boyington. of Highland Park, 111., and Ida B. Woodbury, of 
W' oburn, Oct. 18, 1880. 

BOYLE. 

John Boyle and Mary Sheeran, both of Woburn, April 18, 1876. 
John Boyle (2d) and Ann Finn (2d), both of Woburn, April 5, 1S83. 
Owen H. Boyle and Mary Finnegan, both of Woburn, Aug. i, 1889. 

BRACKETT. 

Sarah M. Brackett, of Cambridge, and William P. Fletcher, of W^oburn, 
Nov. 28, 1883. 

BRADEX. 

John Braden and Winnie McGann, both of Woburn, Oct. 2, 1888. 

BRADLEY. 

Rosanna Bradley and Daniel Driscoll, both of Woburn, May 29, 1873. 
Susan Bradley and Thomas Talr,, both of Woburn, April 7, 1875. 
Bridget Bradlev and John Harkins, both of Woburn, Jan. 27, 1876. 
William F. Bradley (2d) and Man.' Shea, both of Woburn, Nov. 28. 1877. 
Mary E. Bradlev and Warren B. Parker, both of Woburn, Sept. 3, 1879. 
Mary J. Bradlev and Franklin J. Perkins, both of Woburn, Sept. 11, 1879. 
Mary Bradley and George Murray, both of Woburn, Feb. 11, 1881. 
Alice M. Bra'dlev, of Woburn, and George Doherty, of Lynn, April 24, i38l. 
John Bradley and Mary P. Bowe, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 1S83. 
John F. Bradlev (2d) and Annie Waite (2d), both of Woburn, June 7, 1884. 
Catherine A. Bradley and Andrew McHugh, both of Woburn, Nov. 26, 1S84. 
Honora J. Bradley and Fred A. Hutchinson, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 1SS7. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 



17 



BRADY. 

Richard F. Brady, of Woburn, and Margaret E. Lundergan, of Burlington, 

Sept. 23, 1S86. 
Edward F. Brady, of Cambridge, and Hannah F. Cleigh, of Woburn, Sept. 

3, 1889. 

BKAIXARD. 

Hannah T. Brainard (2d) and John P. Crane {2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 
27, 1877. 

BR ANN I G AX. 

Alice Brannigan and John Lvnch. both of Woburn, Oct. 19, 1875. 
Lawrence J. Brannigan, of Natick, and Mary A. McCarthy, of Woburn, 
April 10,' 1S89. 

BRAUER. 

William J. Brauer and Cassie McCafifertv, both of Woburn, Sept. 23. 1S81. 
John A. Brauer and Rebecca L. Dugan, both of Woburn, Dec. 10. '^84. 
Emma D. Brauer and Fernando Waterman, both of Woburn, April 21, 1SS6. 
George H. Brauer and Harriet J. Willoughby, both of Woburn, June i, 1887. 

BREEN. 

John Breen, of Rockport, and Eldora Atkins, of Charleston (2d), July 7, 

1880. „„ 

Bridget Breen and James McGovern, both of Woburn, Sept. 17, 1882. 
Mary Breen and Peter Murray (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 10, 1S84. 

BRENNAN. 

Maggie Brennan and Edward D. Tucker, both of Woburn, March 20, 1875. 
Margaret Brennan and Daniel McCarthy, both of Woburn, Sept. 25, 1877. 
Minnie Brennan, of Woburn, and Charles A. Chapman, of Boston, Dec. i, 

Nellie Brennan and William J. Mahon, both of Woburn, Jan. 30, 1887. 
Maria Brennan and Michael O'Connor, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1890. 

BRESLIN. 

William Breslin and Catherine E. Taffe, both of Woburn, Nov. i. 1877. 
Ellen Breslin and Edward Doherty, both of Woburn. Nov. 12, 1880. 
John Breslin and Annie J. Doherty, both of Woburn, Oct. s» 1882. 

BRETT. 

Elsie B. Brett and Albert Clunan, both of Brooklyn. N. Y., July 12, 1882. 

BRIEN (see Breen). 

BRIGGS. 

Mary S. Briggs and Jairus W. Stanley, both of Woburn, Oct. 2, 1873. 
Bodwell S. Briggs, of Winchester (2d), and Annie B. Ellis, of Woburn, 
June 15, 1886. 

BRIG HAM. 

Helen M. Brigham and Lewis W. Thompson, both of Woburn, Oct 25, 
1876. 

BRISTIN. 

William Bristin, of Woburn, and Anna (Murphy) Weden, of Danbury, Ct. 
(2d), May 17, 1886. 



18 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

BRITAIN. 

Francis J. Britain and Elizabeth M. Flynn, both of Woburn, Aug. 22, 1886. 

BRODERICK. 

Fann'e Broderick and Michael Noonan, both of Woburn, Sept. 26, 1888. 

BRODEUR. 

John Brodeur, of Winchester (2d), and Bridget Callahan, of Woburn, July 
7, 1880. 

BROGARD. 

Niels Brogard and Christina Peterson, both of Woburn, July 13, 1S85. 

BROOKS.* 

Caroline R. Brooks and Henry B. Hayes (5th), both of Woburn, Feb. 17, 

1873. 
Arthur A. Brooks and Mary S. True, both of Woburn, June 15, 188 1. 
Edward A. Brooks and Emily J. Stewart, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1890. 

BROPHY. 

Lawrence Brophy and Rosa McGonagle, both of Woburn, May 4, 1874. 

BROUGHTON.t 

John J. Broughton, of Burlington, and Bridget Hogan, of Woburn, Oct. 29, 
1876. 

BROWN. 

George Brown and Harriet T. Preston, both of Woburn, April 9, 1S73. 
George E. Brown, of Bedford, and Frances Clark, of Washington, D. C, 

June 23, 1873. 
Charles H. Brown, of Woburn, and Annie C. Severance, of Boston (2d), 

May 10, 1874. 
George A. Brown, of Maiden, and Cynthia J. Tuck, of Woburn, March 4, 

1876. 
Arthur Brown, of Woburn, and Annie Fidler, of Winchester, March 7, 

1876. 
Flora C. Brown and Andrew H. Frederick, Jr., both of Stoneham, Nov. 14, 

1877. 
Horace E. Brown and Jennie P. Carswell. both of Woburn, June 23, 1880. 
Frederick J. Brown and Jessie A. Dimick, both of Woburn, Feb. 22, 1882. 
Alfred Brown and Amy .M. Wardwell, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 1882. 
Gustin J. Brown and Leilla G. Colby, both of Woburn, Nov. 30, 1S82. 
Frank J. Brown and Fannie M. Heald, both of Woburn, Jan. 24, 1S83. 
Julia E. Brown and Arthur H. Churchill, both of Boston, May 21, 1S83. 
Peter Brown, of Boston, and Bridget Meehan, of Woburn, Feb. iS, 1884. 
Wilson A. Brown, of Rockport, and Minnie H. Coombs, of Woburn, June 

20, 1885. 
Margaret J. Brown and Francis S. Mayes, both of Woburn, (;ct. 28, 1886. 
Mary Brown and John J. Murphy, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1SS6. 
Kilt)orn J. Brown, of Boston ('2d), and Kittie J. Lenarbeau, of Montreal, 

Jan. 2,1887. 
Susie E. Brown and Charles B. Johonnott, both of Woburn, Sept. 26, 1887. 



• Nov. 12, 1805. Samuel Brooks, merchant. Nerv. fever, 47 years. Fever cominued twenty- 
three (Ltys. Moved into Salem from Woburn. Married at 33, a Gill, [etc.] — Bintieyi Paruh. 
Lilt 0/ Deaths, Salem. See note under Bruce. 

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WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 19 

BROWN, continued. 

Albert T. Brown, of Melrose, and Carrie A. Marston, of Woburn, Tulv i^ 

1888. 
William T. Brown, of Stoneham, and Edith C. Dow, of Woburn, Aue. 27. 

1888. . ^ 
Belle A. Brown, of Boston, and Lemuel Abbott, of Woburn, Sept. 24, 1SS8. 
Ernest C. Brown, of Medford, and Catherine A. Vve, of Woburn. Aug. 14. 

1889. ' ^ * 
Franklin B. Brown and Annie M. Harris, both of Boston, Nov. 9, 1889. 
Charles R. Brown and Fannie W. King, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1S89. 
Albert Brown (2d) and Christy McPhee, both of Woburn, Jan. 22, 1S90. 
Blanche Brown and Ansel Cummings, both of Woburn, Oct. 8, 1890. 

BROWNELL. 

Josephine C. Brownell and Edwin C. Richie, both of Woburn, July 29, 1873. 
BRUCE.* 

John D. Bruce, of Reading, and Mary J. Folsom, of Boston, May 16, 1882. 
BRYANT. 

Thomas C. Bryant and Catherine Sharry, both of Woburn, Jan. 20, 1873. 
Warren J. Bryant, of Woburn, and Emma J. Appleton, of Winchester, Feb. 

21, 1880. 
Edna G. Bryant, of Somerville, and Asa G. Sheldon, of Woburn, Sept. 26, 

1888. 

BUCK. 

Reuben A. Buck and Maria T. Tay, both of Woburn, Feb. 19, 1873. 

Sarah J. Buck (2d) and William B. Erwin (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. i, 

1876. 
Waldo E. Buck and Elizabeth A. Richardson, both of Woburn, Dec. 8. iSSa 
Jonathan H. Buck, of Wilmington, and Catherine T. Warland, of Woburn, 

Dec. 21, 1880. 
Charles Buck and Lizzie H. Fish, both of Woburn, Nov. 18, 18S1. 
Irene L. Buck and Erwin Fames, both of Wilmington, Sept. 20, 1890. 

BUCKLER. 

Fannie Buckler (2d) and Nelson W. Hunt, both of Woburn, July ir, i&Si. 

•According to the Probate Records, George Bruce died July 22, i6q2, leaving a widow. Eliza- 
beth, and chiidren, William, John, .Mary (afterwards wife of John Brook?), and Elizabeth, a.l of 
age, and Joseph, Samuel, Margery, and Lydia, minors. The widow and those children who were 
W age signed an agreement Dec. 8, 1692, dividing the estate of George Bruce, deceased, by which 
Wuham was to have " that place which was appointed bv his father in his lifetime, it King Tiear 
Samuel Snow's house," and John Bruce was to have the homestead with 29 acres. John Brjce 
died Sept. 7, 1742, possessed of a homestead of -!6 acres with an old dwelling-house on it. Tliis 
homestead was situated on the easterly side of Burlington Street, in Cummingsville, and 10 the 
north of the present John Johnson e?tate now occupied by Mr. Soles. The northerly portion of 
the latter property, including the present bam and pond, was conveyed, in 1767, by John Bruce to 
Isaac Brooks, who in xT'--,-, conveyed it to Reuben Johnson. In the deed tn Brooks i: was 
bounded north on Isabel Bruce's Thirds. In 1763, Isabel Bruce, widow, John, Thomas, Ocrge, 
James, and Joseph Bruce convey 12 acres to Joseph Winn, " being parcel of the homestead Uie of 
John Bruce, deceased," bounded, beginning at the town road [Burlington Street] thence easterly 
by the^ back side of the Mansion House, late of said Bruce, deceased, and bv the widow Isabel 
Bruce's Thirds, to a stake at the northeast comer of said Thirds ; thence south to a stake at .Mary 
Fowle's land [present John Johnson estate]; thence east partly by said Mark's land and partly by 
land of Nathaniel Kendall [on Bedford Street and now owned by James Given]; thence north by 
•aid Kendall's land to land of Joseph Winn ; tlience west by said Winn's land, thence north, and 
thence west by land of Thomas Bruce to the road ; thence by said road to the beginning. See 
Dotes under Fowle and Johnson. 



2G WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

BUCKLEY. 

Ellen M. Buckley and Charles E. Halliday, both of Woburn, May lo, 1S74. 
Johanna Buckley, of AVoburn, and John f. Reardon, of Salem, Sept. 24, 

1S79. 
Mary Bucklev and Oliver Light, both of Woburn, Jan. 10, 1S86. t 

Julia. Buckley and George Hicks, both of Woburn, Aug. 13, 1889. 

BUCKMAN. 

Franci.s A. Buckman, of Woburn, and Carrie F. Wiley, of Lynn field, April 

23, 1871. 
Willis J. Buckman, of Woburn, and Hattie Wiley, of L\-nnfield, Sept. 8, 

1875. 
Susie E. Buckman, of Woburn, and Edward G. Clough, of Boston, Jan. i, 

1879. 
Francis A. Buckman, of Woburn (2d), and Christina McLellan, of Boston, 

Feb. II, 1880. 

BUEL. 

James F. Buel, of Woburn, and Myra O. Perry, of Boston, Dec. 25, 1882. 

BUGBEE. 

George C. Bugbee, of Springfield, Vt., and Xancy J. Smith, of Chelmsford, 
Jan. 3, 1877. 

BULFINCH. 

Nellie H. Bulfinch, of Woburn, and Charles H. D. Parsons, of Stoneham, 
Oct. 8, 1890. 

BULLICK. 

Frederick Bullick and Nellie E. Callahan, both of Woburn, Feb. 19, 1S87. 

BURBANK. 

Frances E. Burbank and Frederic W. Lounsburv, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 
1883. 

BURBECK. 

James Burbeck, of Greenfield, N. H., and Jennie L. Thompson, of Woburn, 
Dec. 30, 1874. 

BURCH. 

Joseph Burch and Bridget (Tierney) McCormack (2d), both of Woburn, 
Jan. 30, 1886. 

BtlRDETT. 

William A. Burdett and Catherine McKinnon, both of Woburn, April 7, 

1874. 
Charles A. Burdett, of Boston, and Anna E. Hammond, of Woburn, Nov. 

4, 1885. 

BURGESS. 

William H. Burgess (2d) and Alice E. Edmond, both of Woburn, May 7, 

>873. 
Frank S. Burgess (2d) and Addie F. Robie, both of Woborn, March 20, 

1878. 
Charles A. Burgess, of New York City, and Hattie V. McKean, of Woburn, 

Dec- 4, 1879. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 21 

BUKKE. 

Thomas Burke and Ellen Murray, both of Woburn, June 20, 1873. 
Daniel Burke and Annie McHugh, both of Woburn, Aug. 10, 1S76. 
Patrick Burke and Margaret McGovern, both of Woburn, Sept. 19, 1880. 
James Burke and Marv^E. Welch, both of Woburn, Nov. iS, 1880. 
John F. M. Burke (2d), and Abbie M. L. Laundry (2d), both of Boston, Oct. 

13. iSSs. 
Margaret A. Burke, of ^Vo^cester,^and Patrick H. Delaney, of Woburn, 

July 8, 1S87. 
John E. Burke, of Woburn, and Julia Purtell, of Stoneham, Nov. 20, 1S90. 

BURLEIGH. 

Frank H. Burleigh and Ella E. Guild, both of Woburn, May 13, i888. 

BURXHAM. 

Ira E. Bumham and Martha A. Carter, both of Woburn, Nov. 30, 1S76. 
Marcellus Burnham (2d) and Jennie S. Murdock, both of Woburn, April 
15, 1S89. 

BURNS (see also Byrne). 

Ellen Burns and Michael Gordon (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 20, 1880. 
Frederic W. Burns and Emma T. Phelps, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1S84. 
Elizabeth Burns and Michael Doherty, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 18S5. 
Sarah E. Burns, of Woburn, and Joseph X. Tracy, of Boston, June 2, 1SS7. 
James E. Burns, Jr., and Annie E. Dunbury. both of Woburn, (Jet. 21, iSSS. 
Bridget Burns (2d) and Patrick McHugh (id), both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 1SS9. 
Mary A. Burns and William H. Archibald, both of Woburn, March 3, 1S90. 

BURR. 

John Burr and Mary E. Courts, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 18S1. 

BURRILL. 

Webster R. Burrill and Mary E. Cardwell, both of Woburn, July r2, 1887. 

BURROWS. 

Laura L. Burrows and Charles E. Gorham, both of Billerica, Dec. 26, 1875. 

BURT. 

Walter M. Burt, of Woburn, and Addie B. Hook, of Stoneham, Oct. i, 1878. 

BURTON. 

Alfred Burton and Mattie J. Reed, both of Woburn, Feb. 7, 1889. 

BUSFIELD. 

John G. Busfield (2d) and Nellie Murphy, both of Woburn, Dec. 29, 1SS6. 

BUSHBY. 

William Bushby, 2d (2d), and Sarah E. Tilton, both of Peabody, Jan. 5, 1S76. 

BUSTEED. 

George Busteed and Fanny Colgan, both of Woburn, Oct. 8, 1874. 
John Busteed and Belle .Morrow, both of Woburn, Aug. 19, 1875. 
Adam Bu.steed and Mary A. Graham, both of Woburn, Dec. 2f, 1S75. 
Alexander Busteed and Isabella Lynn, both of Woburn, April 16, 1879. 
Sarah L. Busteed, of Burlington, and James C. Hearan, of Woburn, Sept. 
28. 1882. 



22 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

BUTLAXD. 

William Butland, of Boston, and Mary C. Tuttle, of Woburn, July i6, 1874. 

BUTLER. 

Emma E. Butler, of Woburn, and David C. Sisson, of Boston, Dec. 3, 1873. 
Warren T. Butler, of Woburn, and Julia A. Loring, of Barnstable, Dec. 23, 

1875. 
Ella F. Butler and Edward E. Stowers, both of Woburn, Oct. 10, 1883. 
" ~ Lucy A. Butler, of Woburn, and William P. Gannett, of Boston (2d), May 

14, 1S84. 
Annie Butler and Joseph Easley, both of Woburn, May 28, iSSS. 

BUTTERS. 

Annie Butters and Allen H. Vaughn, both of Woburn, Dec. 21, 1877. 
Mary A. Butters, of Burlington, and Thomas A. Green, of Carlisle, April 
27, 1880. 

BUXTOX. 

Sidney H. Buxton and Ella C. Wyman, both of Woburn, Jan. 14, 1875. 
Albert B. Buxton, of Winchester, and Lydia L. Ellis, of Woburn, April 20, 
1887. 

BYRNE. 

Peter Byrne and Ellen Gately, both of Woburn, Feb. 2, 1S81. 

Annie Byrne and John Keating, both of Woburn, Nov. 16, 1SS7. 

Maria L. Byrne and Patrick H. Mooney, both of Woburn, April 27, 1890. 

BYROX. 

Patrick Byron and Bridget Scanlon, both of Woburn, July 8, 1S86. 
Patrick Byron and Mary Haley, both of Woburn, Sept. iS, iSSS. 

CADIGAX. 

Mary A. Cadigan and William Ahern, both of Woburn, Oct. 22, 1878. 
Theresa Cadigan, of Woburn, and Charles W. Cobb, of Winchester, Sept. 
I, 1887. 

CADY. 

Mary Cady, of Boston, and John Coyne, of Woburn, Oct. iS, 1884. 

CALDWELL. 

Susie F. Caldwell, of Woburn, and Albert F. Mentzer, of Somerville, March 

31, 1874. 
Ida S. Caldwell an4 Frank Wardwell, both of Burlington, Jan. 19, 1880. 

CALEB. • 

Jennie W. Caleb, of Woburn, and George Pease, of Arlington, Oct. 28, 
1889. 

CALLAHAN (see also O'Callahan). 

Neil Callahan and Margaret Doherty, both of Woburn, April 17, 1873. 
Margaret Callahan and Thomas H. Lord, both of Woburn, Oct. 5, 1873. 
Timothy Callahan and Annie Ormond, both of Woburn, .March 5, 1878. 
Owen Callahan, of Woburn, and Ellen Donahoe, of Boston. Feb. i, 1880. 
Bridget Callahan, of Woburn, and John Brodeur, of Winchester (2d), July 

7, 1880. 

Catherine Callahan and Peter P. Meehan, both of Woburn, Feb. 9, 188 1. 
Timothy H. Callahan, of Winchester, and Rosa Garrity, of Woburn, Feb. 

8, 1882. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 23 



CALLAHAN, continued. 

Edward H, Callahan and Mary E. Fox, both of Woburn, April lo 1882. 
Lizzie Callahan, of Woburn, and James Canney, of ?ioston, Nov. 8, 18S2. 
Annie J. Callahan and Pairick J. Maguire, both of Woburn, April 29, 1SS3. 
Dennis E. Callahan, of Winchester, and Mary Flaherty, of Woburn, Jan. i, 

1884. 
John J. Callahan and Mary A. Coughlin, both of Woburn, April 16, 1SS4. 
Edward Callahan and Margaret Sullivan, both of Woburn. April 13, 1S85. 
Grace Callahan and Francis McCarthy, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 1885. 
Mary J. Callahan and John H. Finn, both of Woburn, Oct. 17, 1886. 
Nellie E. Callahan and Frederick BuUick, both of Woburn, Feb. 19, 1S87. 
Simon J. Callahan and Catherine E. Hawkins, both of Woburn, April 14, 

1887. 
Mary E. Callahan, of Winchester, and Michael J. McMahon, of Woburn, 

Nov. 22, 18SS. 
Annie Callahan and William Doherty, both of Woburn, Sept. 26, 1889. 
Bridget E. Callahan and George W. Nobles, both of Woburn, March 12, 

1890. 

CALLAN. 

Sarah Callan and Patrick Murray, both of Woburn, May 14, 1874. 

CALNAN. 

Kate Calnan and Timothy Driscoll, both of Woburn, Nov. 25, 1873. 
Bridget Calnan and James Martin, both of Woburn, May 7, 1874. 

CAMERON. 

William G. Cameron and Jane L. Curry, both of Winchester, July 13, 1S75. 
Jennie Cameron, of Winchester, and Winfield S. Ward, of Woburn, March 

12, 18S5. 

William M. Cameron, of W^oburn, and Annie Ledrew, of Lexington, Feb. 
23. 1887. 

CA3IPBELL. 

James Campbell and Matilda Graham, both of Woburn, April 8, 1882. 
Maggie Campbell and Patrick Dobbins, both of Wobarn, Oct. 12, 1886. 
Jessie Campbell and John Mclsaac, both of Woburn, Nov. 3, 1886. 
Mary Campbell, of Dorchester, and Duncan McMaster, of Woburn, Oct. 

13. 1887- 
CANN. 

Minnie E. Cann, of Somerville, and William B. Doyle, of Woburn, Oct. 19, 
188 1. 

CANNEGAN. 

Catherine Cannegan and James A. Mosher (3d), both of Woburn, June 21, 
1879- 

CANNELL. 

Hattie M. Cannell, of Lawrence, and Edward A. Home, of Woburn, Nov. 
10, 1886. 

CANNEY (see also Kanney). 

James Canney, of Boston, and Lizzie Callahan, of Woburn, Nov. 8, 1882. 

CANNON. 

Nellie T. Cannon, of Woburn, and Lewis G. Roulo, of Waltham, Feb. i, 
1883. 



24 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

CANTTY. 

Jane Canity and George H. Weldon, both of Woburn, April 23, 1889. 

CAPROX. 

Martha A. Capron (2d) and Edwin G. Champney, both of Woburn. lulv 21. 
1880. 'J J ' 

CARAGE. 

Mary A. Garage and John Gary (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 20, 1874. 

CARDINAL. 

Charles Cardinal and Lucy Rouillier, both of Woburn, July 2, 1S7S. 

CARD WELL. 

Mary E. Cardwell andWebster R. Burrill, both of Woburn, July 12, 1887. 

CAREY. 

Philip Carey (2d) and Ellen Hogan, both of Woburn, Aug. 28, 1S79. 

CARLE Y. 

Mary A. Carley (2d) and McLeod McKenzie, both of Woburn, Jan. 27, 1876. 
CARLING. 

J. Frank Carling, of Woburn, and Bessie S. Porter, of Chel?ea, Dec. 14 
1887. 

CARLSOX. 

Josephine Carlson and Swan Ekmark, both of Woburn, Aug. 29, 1SS6. 
Peter Carlson and Carlina Hanson, both of Woburn, Oct. 12. li'SS. 
Sophia Carlson and Carl Olson (2d), both of Woburn, April 2c. [SS9. 
M. Christian Carlson and Gustava F. Witburgh (2d), both of Woburn, Dec 

II, 18S9. 
Pontus Carlson and Ida O. Kihlman, both of Woburn, June 5, 1S90. 

CARXEY. 

Elizabeth Carney and Niel O'Donnell, both of Woburn, May 29, 1873. 
■ John Carney and Ann McKittrick, both of Woburn, May 14^ 1S76. 
Elizabeth Carney and Joseph McCafferty (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. ;, 

1876. 
James Carney and Mary McCafferty, both of Woburn, Sept. 20, 1S79. 
Edward F. Carney, of Woburn, and Lizzie J. O'Donnell, of Hudson, Tan. i, 

1885. 
James Carney and Rossie McCauley, both of Woburn, Feb. 20, 18S7. 

CARPENTER. 

Alice A. Carpenter and George F. Hartshorne, both of Woburn, May 2r, 1S73. 
Sophia Carpenter and Thomas C. Taylor, both of Woburn, Jan. 2. 1S79. 
Patrick Carpenter, of Woburn (2d), and Marv McKee, of Lowell, July ^, 

1882. 
Moselle J. Carpenter and Robert Winbush, both of Woburn, May 30, 18S3. 
Eliza ("arpenter, of Woburn (2d), and Henry Roberts, of Winchester (2d), 

Aug. 8, 1S83. 
Elizabeth Carpenter and Willis W. Erwin, both of Woburn, March 21, 

1885. 
George M. Carpenter and Louise Langlois, both of Woburn, N'ov. 7, 18SS. 
Lulu J. Carpenter and Arthur S. DeLoriea, both of Woburn, N'ov. 6, 1889. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 25 

CAKK. 

Sophia Carr and Thomas H. Manley, both of Woburn, May 15, 1873. 
Mary J. Carr and Jeremiah Holland, both of Woburn, May 5, 187^). 
Mary J. Carr and Hartley J. Tarr, both of Woburn, July 22, 1SS3. 
James H. Carr and Mary A. O'Connell, both of Woburn, Nov. 19, 1884. 

CARKIGAN. 

Bridget Carrigan, of Winchester, and John Dolan, of Woburn, July iS, 

1874. 
Dennis Carrigan and Cetia McGonagle, both of Woburn, Jan. 3, 1875. 
Thomas Carrigan (2d) and Nancy I). Onion (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 

26, 1877. 

CARROLL. 

Thomas J. Carroll and Catherine Sheehan, both of Woburn, Aug. 4, 187S. 
Charles Carroll and Mary Driscoll, both of Woburn, Nov. i, 1879. 
John Carroll, of Woburn, and Maria Kennedy, ot Stoneham, June 24, 18S6. 
James Carroll and Julia Lombard, both of Woburn, June 6, itiSS. 
Thomas Carroll and Elizabeth McDonough, both of Woburn, June 18, 

1890. 
Josephine Carroll and Anthony A. Doherty, both of Woburn, Nov. 19, 

1S90. 

CARSWELL. 

Jennie P. Carswell and Horace E. Brown, both of Woburn, June 23, 1880. 
Cora I. Carswell, of Woburn, and Clarence A. Smith, of Orange, Oct. 29, 

I^89. 
William T. Carswell, of Idaho (2d), and Lena S. Levering, of Woburn, Feb. 

12, 189a 

CARTER. 

John R. Carter and Elizabeth P. Wheeler, both of Woburn, Jan. 22. 1873. 
Elmira E. Carter and Rufus C. Eames, both of Wilmmgton, April 25, i6y y 
Frank Carter and Mary W. Emery, both of Woburn, Nov. 20, 1876. 
Martha A. Carter and Ira E. Burnham, both of Woburn, Nov. 30, 1876. 
Herriet E. Carter and Samuel A. Thompson, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 

1879. 
Albert D. Carter and Helen J. Samson, both of Woburn, Oct. 10, 1S80. 
Clara I. Car^r and Arthur J. Mower, both of Woburn, Sept. 26, i85i. 
Sarah E. Carter, of Wilmington, and Frank C. Nichols, of Woburn (2d), 

June 15, 1886. 
Hattie L. Carter, of Burlington, and Horace B. Rattas, of Somerville, Sept. 

28, 1887. 
William E. Cartefcof Burlington, and Nellie Welch, of Woburn, March 3, 

1889. 
Fred L. Carter and Lillian R. Munroe, both of Woburn, Feb. 26, 1890. 
Alfred T. Carter, of Woburn, and Helen B. Walker, of Fryeburg, Me., 

Oct. 23, 1890. 

CARTY. 

James R. Carty (2d) and Ida G. Paine, both of Lincoln, Sept. 20, 1874. 

CARTON. 

Richard Carton (2d) and Catherine (Hines) Creehan (2d), both of Woburn, 
Oct. 17, 1887. 

CARY. 

John Gary (2d) and Mary A. Garage, both of Woburn, Aug. 26, 1874. 



26 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

Ellen F. Cash and Melville B. C. Cummings (2d), both of Woburn, June 5, 
1879- 

CASHMAX. c- ^ ^ 

Tohn Cashman and Mary Murray (2d), both of Wilmington, Sept. 16. 1879. 
&aSDTashman and Joseph R. Manning, both of Woburn. April 25, 

1886. 
Bessie Cassidy, of Woburn, and Patrick Gartland, of Boston, Sept. 26, 1875- 

CASTENSON. . . , ^Z 

Mary J. Castenson, of Watertown, and John M. Wallace, of Woburn (2d), 
Sept. 10, 1890. 

Maurice Castine and Elizabeth White, both of Woburn, June 16, 1886. 

Emma J. Gate, of Manchester, N. H., and George G. Osgood, of Woburn, 
March 19, 1873. 

CAULFIELD. , ^ u ., a 

Nellie M. Caulfield, of Woburn, and David A. O'Mara, of Cambridge, Aug. 
29, 18S0. 

CAVANAUGH. 

Thomas Cavanaugh (2d) and Mary Bishop (2d), both of Woburn, AprU 30, 

Thomas Cavanaugh (2d) and Annie McNulty (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 
10, 1885. 

CHADBOUKNE. 

Mary A Chadbourne and Edwin McCrillis, both of Woburn. Sept. 2, 1875. 
ErTon R Chadboume, of Lewiston, Me., and Lilhe G. Walker, of Woburn, 
June 22, 1887. 

CHA31BERLAIN. T . , o 

George F. Chamberlain and Anna Connolly, both of Woburn, ]fy7.^^79- 
EdUh A. Chamberlain, of Woburn. and George A. Blaisdell, of W mches- 
ter, Sept. 21, 1884. 

CHAMBERS. , ^, ^ ^ 

Mary J. Chambers, of Burlington, and James Poole, of Woburn (2d), Feb. 

John S^Chambers and Lucella Patterson, both of Woburn, Dec. 25. 1888. 

CHAMP XEY. , . ^^ ^ 

Edwin G. Champney and Martha A. Capron (2d), both of Woburn. July 2r. 

Elle^°F. Champney and Edward D. Hayden (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 24. 
1883. 

CHAPLIX. ^ ^ . 

Mary E. Chaplin and Harvey T. Simonds, both of Woburn, Dec. 19. 1877- 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 27 

CHAPMAN. 

Sarah A. A. Chapman and Charles E. Boutwel!, hoth of Wobu-n Dec 6 
1874. ' ■ ' 

Charles A. Chapman, of Boston, and Minnie Brennon, of Woburn Dec i 
1877. 

CHASE. 

Elmira L. Chase, of Boston (2d), and Henry Weston, of Woburn (2d) Tulv 
28, 1875. ^ " J - 

Hattie G. Chase, of North Andover, and James C. Wardwell, of Woburn, 
Sept. 15, iSSo. 

Ada B. Chase, of Woburn, and Allan M. Merrill, of Lynn, Nov. 24, 1S89. 

CHENEY. 

Ida I. Cheney, of Lowell, and Henry C. Ingerson, of Woburn, Sept. 14 

1876. 
Elizabeth M. Cheney and Charles Woodman, both of Burlington, Feb 14 

1883. 

CHERRY. 

Lizzie M. Cherry and Edward E. Taylor, both of Woburn, Oct. 11, 1876. 
CHLLDS. 

Mary M. Childs and Benjamin F. Parker, both of Woburn, Dec. 24, 1878. 
Elizabeth E. Childs and Charles E. Kimball, both of Woburn, Oct.' 28, 1S80. 
Lydia Childs, of Hyannis, and Henry K. White, of Woburn (2d), May 16, 

18S1. 
Hiram Childs, of Woburn (2d), and Ellen F. Hill, of Lynn (2d). March 21. 

1885. J \ /' 

CHIP3IAN. 

Lucy T. Chipman (2d) and Albert D. Gott, both of Woburn, July 23, 1S81. 

CHRISTENSOX. 

Christine Christenson and John C. Peterson, both of Woburn, Sept. '•2 

1887. ' 
Karen J. N. Christenson and Ormuni Goa (2d), both of Woburn. Dec. "o 

1888. ' ' - - 

CHURCH. 

Harriet L. Church, of Massena, N. Y., and George E. Hooper, of Woburn 

(2d), Jan. 26, 1S79. 
Frances M. Church, of Oakland, Cal., and Freeman D. Blake, of Woburn 

Jan. — , 1889. 

CHURCHILL. 

Arthu»H. Churchill and Julia E. Brown, both of Boston. May 21, 1883. 

CHUTE. 

William P. Chute and Susan Cummings, both of Woburn, Dec. 3, 1883. 
Milledge Chute and Willetta McKim, both of Woburn, Nov. 25, 1885. 

CLAFFERTY. 

Sarah Clafferty and John E. Gaffney, both of Woburn, May 9, 18S8. 

CLAFFY. 

Patrick Claffy (2d}, and Mary Beattie, both of Woburn, Jan. 26, 1879. 



28 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

CLAFLTX. 

Emma L. Claflin, of Winchester, and George H. Hunt, of Stoneham, Aug. 
27, 1885. 

CLANCY. 

Catherine Clancy and John Sargent, both of Woburn, Oct. 18, 1885. 
Hannah J. Clancy and James McCarthy, both of Woburn, April 14, 18S7. 
Mary E. Clancy and Morris O'Connor, Jr., both of Woburn, Oct 27, 1887. 
John H. Clancy and Annie J. Tracy, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 18S8. 

CLARKE (see also Clerke). 

Frances Clarlic, of Washington, D. C, and George E. Brown, of Bedford, 

June 23. 1873. 
Francis H. Clarke and Delia A. Stearns, both of Woburn, May 11, 1876. 
Charles E. Clarke and Hattie A. Leathe, both of Woburn, March 15, 1879. 
Edward J. Clarke and Annie Tenney, both of Woburn. May 26, 1S79. 
James R. Clarke (2d) and Aurelia j. Blatchford, both of Woburn, June 25, 

1887. 
David D. Clarke and Alice J. McLeod, both of Woburn, Sept. 17. 1888. 
Mary E. Clarke and Felix J. Pratt, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, iSSS. 
Charlotte Clarke and Spurgeon Battell, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 18S9. 

CLEIGH. 

Margaret A. Cleigh, of Woburn, and Thomas W. Harrington, of Cambridge, 

Feb. 8, 1888. 
Hannah F. Cleigh, of Woburn, and Edward F. Bradv, of Cambridge, Sept. 

3, 18S9. 

CLEMENT. 

Annie E. Clement and Frank B. Woodward, both of W^oburn, July 26, 

1873- 
Albert A. Clement and H. Emily Page, both of Woburn, Aug. 21, 1873. 
Mary F. Clement, of West Amesbury, and J. Newton Organ, of Everett, 

April 20, 1874. 
Arah Clement and Abby A. Morris, both of Burlington, Aug. 29. 1S75. 
Albert A. Clement, of Woburn (2d), and Elvah S. Mar.ston, of Woodsville, 

N. H., Oct. 25, 1S82. 

CLERKE. » 

Spurgeon Clerke and Minnie Grossman, both of Woburn, June 19, 1889. 
Agnes Clerke, of New Brunswick, and Charles H. Davis, of Woburn, July 
17, 1889. 

CLEW LEY. 

H. B. Clewley and Mabel T. Ellis, both of Woburn, Aug. 29, 1888. 

CLIFFORD. 

Mary Clifford and Hugh Rooney (3d), both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1875. 

CLOUGH. 

Sarah M. Clough, of Woburn, and Robert J. W. Phinney, of Boston, Oct. 

10, 1878. 
Edward G. Clough, of Boston, and Susie E. Buckman, of Woburn, Jan. i, 

1879- 

CLOWDREKTY. 

Maggie E. Clowdrerty, of Woburn, and Arthur S. Dow, of Manchester, 
March 17, 1SS6. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 29 

CLUXAN. 

Albert Clunan and Elsie B. Brett, both of Brookljii, N. Y., July 12, 1882. 

COAR. 

James Coar, of Burlington, and Elizabeth Rogers, of Woburn, July i, 1877. 

COBB. 

Charles \V. Cobb, of Winchester, and Theresa Cadigan, of Woburn, Sept. 
I, 1887. 

COCHRANE. 

Mary A. Cochrane, oE Windham, N. H., and Augustus L. Barker, of Nashua, 
N. H., Jan. i, 1873. 

CO DM AN (see Cardwell). 

COFFEE. 

John Coffee and Catherine Purnan, both of Woburn, July 31, 18S6. 

COGAN. 

. Alice Cogan and John Roach, both of Woburn, Feb. 5, 1877 
Julia Cogan and John McCabe, both of Woburn, Aug. 12, 1879. 
Owen Cogan and Annie M. Doherty both of Woburn, Jan. 16, 1S81. 
Annie Cogan and Henry W. Hooper, both of Woburn, April 17, 1884. 
Ellen Cogan and Thomas Lavin, both of Woburn, June 26, 1S87. 

COLBURN. 

Sarah J. Colburn and Mark C. Felch (2d), both of Woburn, April 30, 1S89. 

COLBY. 

Leilla G. Colby and Gustin J. Brown, both of Woburn, Nov. 30, 1882. 

COLE. 

Mary E. Cole and Henry L. Andrews, both of Woburn, Sept. 3, 1873. 
Chase Cole, of Boston (2d), and Lucy M. Cragin, of Wobum, July 6, 1880. 
Clarence Cole and Mertie Pell, both of Woburn, May 7, 1S90. 

COLEMAN. 

Sarah J. Coleman and James Patterson, both of Woburn, March 21, 1878. 
James Coleman and Eliza Hamilton, both of Woburn. Nov. 13, 18S0. 
Barbara Coleman and John McEachen, both of Woburn, Oct. 23, 1884. 

CO LOAN (see also C.\rrigan). 

Fanny Colgan and George Busteed, both of Wobum, Oct. 8, 1874. 

COLGATE. 

Donald K. Colgate, of Wobum, and Mary L. Taylor, of Burlington, Sept. 

I, i88i. 
Herbert W. Colgate and Alice C. Mclsaac, both of Woburn, Nov. 12, 1889. 

COLLA3IORE. 

Elizabeth E. Collamore and John F. Marshall, both of Rockland, Me., Oct. 

22, 1880. 
Edward C. Collamore and Lillian Miller, both of Woburn, Oct. 20, 1886. 



30 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

COLIilXS. 

Agnes Collins and Peter Murray, both of Woburn, Oct. 29, 1S74. 
Mary CoUins and Henry Harold, both of Woburn, Dec. i, 1S76. 
Bridget Collins and Anthony Coyne, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1878. 
Mary Collins and John W. Tracy, both of Woburn, Aug. 3, iSSi. 
Catherine E. Collins and Joseph A. Feenev, both of Woburn, Feb. iS, 18S2. 
James P. Collins and Kate A. Sullivan, both of Woburn, Feb. 20, 1SS4. 
Michael H. Collins, of Woburn, and Catherine Finn, of Stoneham, Jan. i, 

1S85. 
Mary E. Collins and Patrick Matthews, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 1885. 
Thomas J. Collins, of Woburn, and Frances Hunt, of Dorchester, May li, 

1890. 

C0L03IB. 

Etienne C. Colomband Esther M. Mclntire, both of Woburn, April 30, 1873. 

C03IERS0X. 

Kate Comerson and Peter Jacobson, both of Woburn, Nov. 1, 1884. 

COMEY. 

Catherine A. Comey, of Salem, and James P. Taffe, of Woburn, Dec. 24, 
18S1. 

COMSTOCK. 

Caroline E. Comstock, of Boston (2d), and James T. Freeman, of Woburn 
(2d), Nov. 24, 1886. 

CONAXT. 

Charles E. Conant, of Mt. Vernon, N. H., and Eliza Simonds, of Woburn, 
Aug. 16, 1882. 

CONDON. 

Mary Condon and John Freeland, both of Woburn, Feb. 3, 1889. 

CONLON. 

Patrick D. Conlon and Mary E. Tierney, both of Woburn, Oct. 11, 1883. 

CONN. 

Horace N. Conn and Marion I. Smith, both of Woburn, Sept. 11, 1889. 

CONNELL. 

Mary Connell and Frank McGarry, both of Woburn, Jan. 6, 1890. 

CONNIRY. 

Patrick Connirj- and Mary Sullivan, both of Woburn, Aug. 21, 1873. 

CONNOLLY. 

Sarah Connolly and John O'Connor, both of Woburn, March 30, 1875. 
Patrick Connolly and Mary Flaherty, both of Woburn, July 21, 1877. 
Barbara Connollv and Thomas Cook, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1877. 
John Connolly and Bridget C(.nn'>lly, both of Woburn, Aug. 4, 1878. 
Bridget Connolly and John Connolly, both of Woburn. Aug 4, 1878. 
Anna Connolly c.nd George F. Chamberlain, both ot Woburn, July 7, 1879. 
Norton Connolly (2d) and Margaret Beattie (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 12, 

1880. 
John G. Connolly and Elizabeth H. Looney, both of Woburn, June 17, 1880. 
Michael Connolly and Mary King (2d), both of Woburn, March 14, 1881. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 31 

COXNOLL.Y, continued. 

Martin Connolly and Sarah Connolly, both of Woburn, June 23, 18S1. 
Sarah Connolly and Martin Connolly, both of Woburn, June 23. iSSt. 
Patrick Connolly and Sarah Connolly, both of Woburn, Aug. 23, 1883. 
Sarah Connolly and Patrick Connolly both of Woburn, Aug. 2^, 18S5. 
Coleman Connolly and Margaret Connolly, both of Woburn, Sept. iS, 1SS4. 
Margaret Connolly and Coleman Connolly, both of Woburn, Sept. 18, 1SS4. 
Ann Connolly and John Dunnegan, both of Woburn, Jan. 20, 1SS5. 
Hannah Connolly and Patrick Reddv. both of Woburn, May 17, 18S5. 
Margaret Connolly and Michael Griffin, both of Woburn, Sept. 5, 1886. 
Michael Connolly and Annie Maud, both of Woburn, Oct. 2, 1SS6. 
Michael Connolly and Marv T. Flaherty, both of Woburn, Oct. 6, 1SS6. 
Thomas H. Connolly and Mary Joyce, both of Woburn, Oct. 27. 1886. 
Kate Connolly and >Iathis Flaherty, both of Woburn, Xov. 7, 1SS6. 
Thomas F. Connolly and Xellie Logue, both of Woburn. Jan. 13, 1887. 
Mary E. Connolly and James McKittrick, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 1SS7. 
Matthew Connolly and Margaret Kelley, both of Woburn, April 12, iSSS. 
Thomas Connolly and Hannah Flaherty, both of Woburn, April 29, 189c. 

CONNOR (see also O'Connor). 

Cornelius C. Connor, of Holvoke, and Catherine J. Dwyer, of Woburn, July 

2, 18S1. 
Kate Connor and Philip McKenna, both of Woburn, March 28, 1S83. 
Lena Connor and Mark R. Madison, both of Woburn, April 19, 1884. 
Margaret Connor, of Stoneham.and John Lennan.of Woburn, Nov. 2, 1SS4. 
Mary Connor, of Boston, and Thomas Coyn-^, of Woburn, Aug. 2, 1SS5. 
Catherine L. Connor and John A. xMcDonald, both of Woburn, May 20, 1SS6. 

CONOLE. 

James Conole and Mary E. Nolan, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1S78. 
Margaret A. Conole and Lewis P. Bonnin, both of Woburn, Feb. i, 1SS6. 
Mary J. Conole and Joseph Finnegan, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 18S9. 

CON ROY. 

Delia Conroy and Michael Doherty, both of Winchester, April 29, 1875. 

CONTURE. 

Josephine Conture, of Winchester, and Alphonse LaCasse, o£ Woburn (2d), 

May 5, 1888. 

CONVERSE. 

Hattie E. Converse and George O. Gleason, both of Woburn, Feb. 8, 1879. 
Charlotte E. Converse and Henry L. Ames, both of Woburn, April 19, 1SS2. 
Fannie L. Converse and George .\. Peters, both of Woburn, .March 12, 1SS5. 
Mary D. Converse and Edwin B. Blanchard, both of Woburn, bept. 15, 18S6. 

CONWAY. 

Hugh Conway and Nora Barry, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1877. 

Mary A. Conway and Robert W. Wilmot, both of Woburn, June 14, iSSo. 

Thomas Conway, of Stoneham, and Kate F. McCall, of Woburn, Oct. 15, 

1882. 
Margaret E. Conway and Thomas F. Wall, both of Woburn, May 31, 1885. 
Margaret B. Conway and Patrick H. Walsh, both of Woburn, Sept. 24, 1S90. 

COOK. 

Charles F. Cook and Eunice Bancroft, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1877. 
Thomas Cook and Barbara Connolly, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1877. 



32 WOBURJf RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

COOK, continued. 

George S. Cook, of Rochester, N. Y., and Cora N. Eaton, of Woburn, Nov. 

29, 1877. ^ 

Sabina W. Cook and David E. Barnum, both of Woburn, May 29, 1SS3. 
Richard G. Cook and Phebe L. Xewcomb, both of Woburn, Nov. 15. 1SS3. 
George W. Cook and Lizzie M. Moore, both of Manchester, N. H., Oct. g, 

1S84. 
Lavinia P. Cook and Forest Hooper, both of Woburn, Nov. 9, 1884. 
Carrie B. Cook and John W. Fox, both of Woburn, Nov. 18, 1885. 
Thomas C«ok (2d) and Hannah Noalty, both of Woburn, Oct. 19, 18S9. 

COOMBS. 

John Coombs and Mary J. Duffy, both of Woburn, April 10, 1875. 
Minnie H. Coombs, of Woburn, and Wilson A. Brown, of Rockport, Tune 20. 
1885. "^ •' ' 

COOXEY. 

Eliza Cooney (2d) and Henry Robin, both of Woburn, Feb. 5, 1882. 

COOPER. 

. Ellen F. Cooper, of Woburn (2d), and William M. Rand, of Winchester 

(2d), July 22, 1874. 
Charles E. Cooper, of Woburn, and Ella L. Rand, of Winchester, Sept. 2, 

1874. 
Constantine Cooper, of Bedford, and Mary J. Kendall, of Reading, Tan. 24 

1882. 5. J -». 

Charles H. Cooper, of Hanover, N. H., and Caroline A. Wheeler, of 

Woburn, Jan. 10, 18S3. 
Nellie I« Cooper and Alvah J. Foster, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1888. 

COPELAXD. 

Hubbard Copeland and Wilhelraina Smith, both of Woburn, Sept. 17, 18S9. 

CORBETT. 

Emma S. Corbett, of Woburn, and Isaac C. Stewart, of Cincinnati, O., Aug. 
,.20,1873. 

Silas F. Corbett and Augusta A. liawkins. both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 1877. 
George A. Corbett and Oressa E. Dickinson, both of Woburn, Aug 27, 18S3. 
T. C. Fremont Corbett, of Woburn, and Cora B. Blaisdell, of Stoneham, 
April 23, 18S4. 
, Mary Corbett and Bernard Kernan (2d), both of Woburn, May 8, 1884. 

CORCORAN. 

Cornelius Corcoran and Mary Murphy, both of Woburn, Sept. 24, 1884. 
CORDELL. 

Andrew Cordell (2d) and Bridget Darmody, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1877. 
CORDUCK. 

James Corduck and Margaret McCrea, both of Woburn, Jan. 16, 1885. 
CORLISS. 

John L. Corliss, Jr., and Dollie M. E. Gage, both of Woburn, Oct. 2, 1878. 
CORRIGAX (see Carrigan). 
CORRY. 

Robert H. Corry and Mary E. Walsh, both of Woburn, July 6, 1881. 



WOBTJRN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 33 

COSTELLO. 

Bridget Costello and Patrick Sharev, both of Woburn. Oct. i-^. 1S77. 
Nfary Costello and Patrick O'Brien (2d), both of Woburn. Feb. ;, iSSo. 
Margaret Costello, of Winchester, and Francis McPartlin, of Woburn, Sept. 
25. 1S88. 

COTTLE. 

Edmund C. Cottle (2d) and Clara I. Rowers, both of Woburn, March 2, 18S2. 
Fred E. Cottle and Emma B. Greenleaf, both of Woburn, Oct. 23, 1889. 

COUGHI.TX. 

Marv A. Coughlin and John J. Callahan, both of Woburn, April 16, 1884. 
Patrick H. Coughlin and Ellen T. McKay, both of Woburn, Oct. 22, 1890. 

COURSEY. 

John H. Coursey, of Cambridge, and Mary Flaherty, of Woburn, Nov. 25, 
1886. 

COURTS. 

Mary E. Courts and John Burr, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 1881. 
COWAN. 

Susan W. Cowan (2d) and Henry N. Sweetser, both of Woburn, June 6, 
1875. ' 

COWDRY. 

Mary E. Cowdry and George A. Tidd, both of Woburn, July 25, 1874. 
COX. 

Mary Cox and Elbridge Taylor, both of Woburn, Jan. 8, 1880. 
Annie M. Co.x, of Boston, and John Maguire, of Woburn, Sept. iq, 1882. 
Mary A. Cox, of Woburn, and Bennet T. Lautz, of Dover, Oct. 18, 1882. 
Mary Cox and Thomas McCann, both of Woburn, Sept. 7, 18S6. 

COYLE. 

John Coyle and Flora A. Murphy, both of Woburn, July 20, 1879. 
COYNE. 

Anthony Coyne and Bridget Collins, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1878. ' 

John Coyne, of Woburn, and Mary Cadv, of Boston, Oct. 18, 1884. 
Thomas Coyne, of Woburn, and Mary Connor, of Boston, Aug. 2, 1885. 

CRAG IN. 

Lucy M. Cragin, of Woburn, and Chase Cole, of Boston (2d), July 6, 1880. 
CRAWPHORN. 

Frederick W. Cramphom, of Au Sable, N. Y., and Mary L. Alger, of Wo- 
burn, Sept XI, 1889. 

CRANE. 

John P. Crane (2d) and Hannah T. Brainard (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 

27, 1877. 
Nellie L. Crane and Frank F. Dodge, both of W^oburn, Feb. 9, i88r. 
Henrietta M. Crane and Charles L. Crammer, both of Woburn, Nov. 24. 

1885. 

CREED. 

Nellie Creed, of Wakefield, and Ulysses G. Biskee, of Woburn, Aug. 28» 
i88q. * 



34 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

CREHAN. 

Catherine (Hines) Crehan (2d) and Richard Carton (2d), both of Wobum, 
Oct. 17, 1SS7. 

CRILLY. 

Patrick F. Crilly, of Woburn, and Delia Ford, of Boston, May 21, 18S9. 

CROCKETT. 

Ella J. Crockett, of Stoneham, and Henry E. Smith, of Woburn, Dec 14, 

1881. 
Maggie A. Crockett and John T. Blaker, both of Woburn, Sept. 29, 1890. 

CRONIX. 

Nellie Cronin and John Wallace (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 16, 1882. 
Julia M. Cronin, of Woburn, and John M. Williams, of Maiden, June 30, 

1S83. 
Jeremiah Cronin and Bridget Kenney, both of Woburn. Tan. 6, 1885. 
John Cronin, of Woburn, and Margaret Purcell, of Winchester, Oct. 10, 

1886. 
Dennis J. Cronin and Mary A. McDermott, both of Wobum, Sept. 24, 1890. 

CROSBY. 

Mary L. Crosby and Frank C. Nichols, both of Wobum, Feb. 12, 1880. 
James T. Crosby and Catherine E. Ross, both of Woburn, April 24, iSSi. 
Edwin P. Crosby and Maria A. McCabe, both of Woburn, May r2, i^Si. 
Annie E. Crosby, of Woburn, and William H. Herrick, of Winchester, 
June 22, 1881. 

CROSSMAN. 

Minnie Crossman and Spurgeon Clerke, both of Woburn, June 19, 1SS9. 

CROTHER. 

Lizzie Crother and David L. B. Fitch, both of Bedford, May 23, 1877. 

CliOWELL. 

« Clarence M. Crowell and Susan E. Parker, both of Wobum, Feb. 2, 1S75. 
A. Austin Crowell and S. Jessie Waters, both of Woburn, June 29, 1SS5. 

CULCADA. 

Delia Culcada, of Winchester, and William Gill, of Woburn, Oct. 20, 1S84- 

CULLEN. 

Celia Cullen, of Georgetown, and James Little, of Woburn (2d), Oct. 14, 

1875. 
Mary A. Cullen and Patrick Herney, both of Woburn, Feb. 2S, 1878. 
Mary Cullen and John Gibbons, both of Woburn, Oct. 30, 1879. 
Patrick Cullen and Catherine Cullen, both of Woburn, May 10, 1883. 
Catherine Cullen and Patrick Cullen, both of W.>burn, May 10. 1S83. 
Emma Cullen and William Dugan, both of Woburn, Dec. 19, 1884. 
Lawrence J. Cullen and Jennie Gallagher, both of Wobum, Jan. 23, 1S87. 
Patrick Cullen, of Boston, and Rose Tracy, of Woburn, Nov. 15, iSSS. 
Mary A. Cullen, of Woburn, and Eohraim Kyle, of Medford, Feb. 16, 1S90. 

CUMMINGS. 

^ Waterman Cummings, of Cerro Gordo, 111., and Clara B. Sylvester, of 
Woburn, March 10, 1874. 



1570214 

WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. - 35 

CUMMIXGS, coiitimied. 

Everett Cummings, of Malone, N. Y. (2d), and Clara E. Farrington, of Bos- 
ton, Sept. 2S, 1S75. 

Cyrus Cummings, Jf.. and Emma M. Allen, both of Woburn. Oct. 20. 1875. 

Mellville B. C. Cummings (2d) and Ellen F. Cash, both of Woburn, Tune \, 
1879. 

Ella A. Cummings and William H. Bowers, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1879. 

William C. Cummings, of Woburn (2d), and Fannie M. Kellev, of Chelsea 
(2d), Aug. 16, iSSo. 

Harriet C. Cummings and Benjamin F. Kimball, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 
1880. 

John Cummings, of Woburn (2d), and Mary' P. C. Hall, of Ipswich (2d) 
Aug. 25, 18S1. . f \ ;. 

Wilbur E. Cummings and"L. Kathrine Smith, both of .Woburn, Nov. 9, i88r. 
Jennie I. Cummings, of Woburn, and William E. Sprague, of Stoneham, Tan. 

12, 1S82. 
Susan Cummings and William P. Chute, both of Woburn, Dec. 3, 188-?. 
Charle.^ Cummings and Martha W. Shaw, both of Woburn. Dec' 24, ["883. 
Lizzie J. Cummings and Arthur W. Green, both of Woburn, July 29, 1SS4. 
Alice P. Cummings, of Reading, and Charles P. Smith, of Woburn, Nov. 24, 

1886. 
Martha E. Cummings and Orville T. Curtis, both of Woburn, Feb. 7, 1S88. 
Samuel Cummings and Lizzie C. Shaw, both of Woburn, Oct. 3. 18S8. 
Annie L. Cummings and Frank L. Perrv, both of Woburn, March 6, 1890. 
Ida F. Cummings, of Woburn, and Walter F. Lowell, of Somerville, April 

23, 1890. 
Ansel Cummings and Blanche Brown, both of Woburn, Oct 8, 1890. 

CUllUXOCK. 

Lewis P. Cumnock, of Woburn, and Annie Bennett, of Milford, N. H Jan 
26, 1879. 

CUNEO. 

David Cuneo and Catherine Murphy, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1888. 
CUNNINGHAM. 

Thomas Cunningham and Mary McNultv, both of Woburn, Dec. 17, 1883. 
Bridget Cunningham and Michael Murphv, both of Woburn, Sept. 18, 1884. 
Bernard E. Cunningham and Catherine McDonough, both of Woburn. Tuly 

13, 18S5. •' -^ 

James Cunningham and Margaret McCarthy, both of Woburn, Feb. 16, 1887. 
Alice Cunningham, of Winchester, and Patrick Fleming, of Woburn. Nov. 

17, 1889. 

CUKXAN (see also Kernan). 

Mary Curnan and Peter Smith, both of Woburn, April 16, 1882. 

CURRAN. 

Annie Curran and Lawrence Rossiter (3d), both of Woburn, Aug. 15, 1877. 
Rosa A. Curran and Edward O'Xeil, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 1881. 
Margaret Curran and Patrick Foley, both of Woburn, April 12, 1887. 
Hannah Curran and John Mullen, both of Woburn, Aug. 11, 1SS8. 
Mary A. Curran and John F. Murphy, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 1888. 

CURRIER. 

Benjamin Currier ('2d) and Rachel Foltz, both of Boston, March 13, 1877. 
busie R. Currier and Asa W. Boutwell, both of Woburn, Aug. 3, 1884. 



36 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

CURRY. 

Jane L. Curry and William G. Cameron, both of Winchester, July 13, 1875. 

CURTIS. 

William H. Curtis and Lavinia L. Hart, both of Woburn. April 30. 187S. 
Thomas S. Curtis, of VVoburn, and Martha E. Sewall, of Burlington, July 3, 

1S79. 
Job Curtis (3d) and Tulia J. (Muckier) Ramsdell (3d), both of Woburn, N'ov. 

26, 1SS5. 
Orville T. Curtis and Martha E. Cummings, both of Woburn, Feb. 7, 18SS. , 

CUSHIXG. 

Loui'^a M. Cushing and John F. Morris, both of Woburn, Sept. 30, 1S76. 
Walter S. Cushing and Jessie I. Jones, both of Woburn. Aug. 2S. 1S7S. 
Annie Cushing, of Woodstock, Vt, and Edwin H. Jackson, of Bethel, Vt, 
Nov. 26, 1884. 

CUSH>IAN. 

Andy Cushman and Annie McGuire, both of Woburn, June 15, 1874. 

CUTLER. 

Phebe C. Cutler and William E. Fisk, both of Wakefield, April 5, 1876. 
Sarah E. Cutler, of Wakefield, and Herbert A. Fisk, of Boston, Sept. 28, 

1876. 
James E. Cutler, of Woburn, and Sarah C. Adams, of Dedham, Nov. 29, 1877. 

CUTTER. 

Ella A. Cutter, of Woburn, and John Roflfe, of Georgetown, Col., July 28, 

1874. 
Edward F. Cutter, of Woburn, and Lucretia W. Woodman, of Burhngton, 
May 22, 1878. 

CUVELIER. 

Justine Cuvelier and Lewis Richards, both of W^oburn, May 27, 1886. 

DALEY. 

Joseph G. Daley and Ann Rooney, both of Woburn, Oct. 21, 1880. 
Patrick Daley (2d) and Catherine Murphy, both of VVoburn, Aug. 30, 1883. 
Matthew Daley and Bridget Dohertv, both or Woburn, Sept. 6, 1SS5. 
John W. Daley and Margaret Griffin, both of Woburn, Sept. 25, iSSg. 

DAN FORTH. 

William S. Danforth and Sarah A. McFeeley, both of Woburn, April 17, 

1877. 
Sarah A. Danforth (2d) and David Melville (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 21, 

1886. 

DARMODY. 

Bridget Darmody and Andrew Cordell (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1877. 

DARRACH. 

Duncan F. Darrach and Annie C. Dinsmore, both of Woburn, Sept. 23, 
1885. 

DAVEXPORT. 

Addie Davenport and Alfred Murdock, both of Woburn, Dec 17, 1875. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 37 

DAVIDSON. 

Wright Davidson and Maggie M. White, both of Woburn, April 25, 1S77. 

DAVIE. 

Lizzie Davie and Frank H. Pratt, both of Winchester, April 2, 1873. 

DAVIS. 

N. Augustus Davis and ^fary E. Orne, both of Charlestown, Dec. 31, 1S73. 
William F. Davis and Velma J. Barker, both of Woburn, Oct. 5, 15^74. 
Andrew J. Davis, of Woburn, and Mary E. Powers, of Maiden, Aug. 28, 

1877. 
Eveh n M. Davis and John T. Trull, both of \\ oburn, June 19, 1878. 
Sarah A. Davis, ofSaugus (;d), and Edgar S. Pease, of Woburn, Aug. -i, 

1878. 
Albert D. Davis and Mary A. O'Connell, both of Woburn, June 26, 1879. 
Clara E. Davis, of Cape Breton, X. S., and Edward F. Onion, of Woburn, 

July 13, 1881. 
Abi^;ail Davis, of Winchester, and Martin Fay, of Woburn, Dec. 30, 1882. 
George W. Davis, of Woburn. and Eva Batchelder, of Manchester, N. H , 

Jan. I, 1885. 
Mary Davis and John M. Wallace, both of Woburn, Jan. 20, 1885. 
John B. Davis (2d), and Mary M. Dillon (2d), both of Woburn, June 13 

1889. 
Charles H. Davis, of Woburn, and Agnes Clerke, of New Brunswick, July 

17, 1889. 
John C. Davis, of Woburn, and Mattie C. Kendall, of Waltham, Jan. 9, 1890. 

DAY. 

Delia Day, of Woburn (2d), and Joseph M. Hall, of Cliftondale (2d), 
May 3, 1881. 

DEAN. 

J. Horace Dean, of Woburn, and Anna M. McCafferty, of Burlington, Nov. 

27, 1875. 
Hattie J. Dean and Frank S. Nelson, both of Woburn, Jan. 18, 1877. 
Nellie M. Dean and Arthur W. Stone, both of Woburn, Oct. 17, 18S9. 

DEARBORN. 

Amos F. Dearborn and Susie L. McManus, both of Woburn, June 12, 1874. 
John F. Dearborn, of Woburn, and Nellie M. Rollins, of Burlington, Nov. 

20, 1879. 
Charles T. Dearborn, of Woburn, and Carrie S. Fish, of Boston, Feb. 12, 

1880. 

DEERY. 

James Deery, of Somerville (2d), and Bridget Quinn, of Woburn, Oct. 24, 
1880. 

DE FRIEZ. 

William P. De Friez and Sarah £. Barron, both of Woburn, Oct. 3, 1883. 
DEGNON. 

James Degnon, of Woburn, and Maggie Foley, of Winchester, July 14, 1888. 
DELAND. 

J. Foster Deland and Harriet J. Hammond, both of Woburrf, April 29, 

1874. 
David H. Deland and Alice F. Hood, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1877. 



38 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

DELAXEY. 

John P. Delaney and Bridget Marrinan, both of Woburn, Sept. ro, 1885. 
Maria Delaney and William Hines, both of Woburn, Nov. 7, 1SS6. 
Patrick H. Delaney, of Woburn, and Margaret A. Burke, of Worcester, 
July 8, 1887. 

DELANO. 

Charles H. Delano and Harriet N. Thompson, both of Woburn, July 19, 

1877. 
Henrietta Delano and John E. Osborne, both of Woburn, July 6, 1886. 

DELFENE. 

Marie A. Delfene and Napoleon Marcotte, both of Woburn, Nov. 6, 1887. 

DE LORIEA. 

John De Loriea and Pauline Phelps, both of Burlington, May 24, 1S73. 
Ella De Loriea and Edgar S. Eilis, both of Woburn, Sept. 2, 1S79. 
Lizzie M. De Loriea and Zoeth W. .A.twood, both of Woburn, Sept. 12, 18S5. 
Joseph F. De Loriea and Carrie G. McDonald, both of Woburn, Oct. 2Q. 

1885. ■ ^ 

Eleanor De Loriea, of Woburn, and George E. Hyde, of Stoneham (2d), 

Feb. 9, 1SS7. 
Arthur S. De Loriea and Lulu J. Carpenter, both of Woburn, Nov. 6, 1889. 

DEMPSEY. 

William Dempsey and Elizabeth Kenney, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1883. 

DENAHY. 

Mary A. Denahy, of Charlestown, and Albert Gleason, of Woburn, Sept. 
9. 1873- 

DENNIS. 

Dilbert W. Dennis, of Somerville, and Abby A. Nason, of Woburn, Sept. 

14, 1874. 
Elona S. Dennis, of Boston, and Everett P. Fox, of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1882. 

DENNO. 

John W. Denno, of Boston, and Nellie A. Walker, of Woburn, Aug. 8, i888. 

DERNIER. 

Charlotte Dernier, of Winchester, and John Fields, of Woburn, Jan. 28, 
1874. 

DESMOND. 

Jeremiah Desmond (2d) and Mary Ahern (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 6, 
1883. 

DEVER. 

Sarah Dever and Neil Quinn, both of Woburn, Nov. 7, 1879. 
John Dever and Margaret McEachan, both of Woburn, Jan. 27, 1S82. 
John Dever, of Stoneham, and Mary E. Murray, of Woburn, April 22, 1883. 
Rose Dever, of Woburn, and John McElhaney, of Boston, Aug. 26, 1885. 
Bridget Dever, of Woburn, and Michael Gilder, of Winchester, fune 7, iii87. 
Margaret E. Dever and Patrick F. McManus, both of Woburn, Nov. 26, 
1890. / 



WOBUEN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 39 

DEVERX. 

Mary Devern and Roderick McGinnis, both of Woburn, Nov. lo, 1889. 

DEVINE. 

Fannie L. Devine, of Woburn, and Daniel McCarthy, of Stoneham, May 4, 
1884. 

DEVINEK. , 

Catherine (Marshall) Deviner (2d) and Charles H. Harrington (2d), both of 
Woburn, March 5, 1885. 

DEVLIN. 

John H. Devlin and Mary A. Lahey, both of Woburn, April 15, 1880. 
Bridget Devlin and Neil Doherty, both of Woburn, May 19, 1S89. 

DEWHUKST. 

Joseph W. Dewhurst, of Woburn, and Ida M. Hill, of Lynn, Aug. 16, 1874. 

DEXTER. 

Etta S. Dexter, of Woburn (2d), and Frank R. Gladding, of Providence 
R. I. (2d), March 6, 1878. 

DIBBIXS. 

Mary E. Dibbins and David Turner, both of Woburn, July 21, 1877. 
Albert Dibbins, of Boston, and Jessie Gordon, of Maiden, Aug. 24, 1886. 

DICKERSON. 

Abbie A. Dickerson (2d) and George L. Ingerson (3d), both of Woburn, 
Nov. 20, 1878. 

DICKEY. 

Minnie E. Dickey and Herbie Skay, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 1889. 

DICKINSON. 

Herbert S. Dickinson and Ada E. Leathe, both of Woburn, April 4, 1876. 
William 'Pi Dickinson, of Revere, and Carrie A. Blanchard, of Woburn, May 

24, 1882. 
Joseph A. Dickinson and Henrietta A. Newhall, both of Woburn, Dec. 13, 

l8«2. 

Ore.-sa E. Dickinson and George A. Corbett, both of Woburn, Aug. 27, 1883. 

DICKSON. 

George H. Dickson and Annie E. Ingerson, both of Woburn, May 7, 1879. 
Jame.s P. Dickson and Augusta II. Stowers, both of Woburn, Aug. 23, 1879. 
Arthur U. Dickson and E. Mabel Knapp, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 1S82. 
Susie A. Dickson, of Woburn, and William Warren, of Haverhill, Jan. i, 

1884. 
John I. Dickson, of New York, and Sarah J. McCouU, of Woburn, Nov. 12, 

1890. 

DIKE. 

Henry Dike (3d) and Ada T. Jones, both of Stoneham, Nov. 22, 1875. 
Maria L. Dike and John S. Wheeler (2d), both of Woburn, June 3, 1890. 

DILL. 

Elizabeth IE. Dill (3d) and Edward K. Willoughby (2d), both of Woburn, 
July 25, 1889. 



40 WOBURX KECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

DILLON. 

Thomas Dillon and Ellen Sullivan, both of Woburn, Oct. 29, iSj-". 
Henry M. Dillon aud Sarah C. Murphv, both of VVoburn, June 20^ 1883 
Mary M. Dillon (2d), and John B. Dav^s (2d), both of Woburn' fune n 
18S9. ' •^' 

DiailCK. 

Mary E. Dimick, of Woburn, and William S. Whitford, of Albany Ga Aus 
21, 1S76. ' ' ^' 

Abbie E. Dimick and Howard E. Strout, both of Woburn, March 13, 1870. 
Jessie A. Dimick and Frederick J. Brown, both of Woburn, Feb. 22,' 1882'.' 
A. B. Dimick (2d) and Sara A. Emerson, both of Woburn, April Y/i^SS.' 

DINS3IORE. 

George W. Dinsmore and Ida F. McDonald, both of Woburn. Tuly 29, 1875. 

George W. Dmsmore (2d) and Flora A. Stephens, both of Wobur'n ' Aue 

21, 1883. ^' 

Jennie R. Dinsmore, of Reading, and George E. Flanders, of Penn. July i^ 

1884. > J J -t 

Annie C. Dinsmore and Duncan F. Darrach, both of Woburn Seot 27 

1885. • F • J» 
Hattie P. Dinsmore, of Maiden, and George F. McFarland, of Woburn 

Oct. 20, 1S86. ' 

DOANE. 

David G. Doane, of Middlefield, and Emma A. Maxwell, of Woburn Jan. 
29, i?90. > J ■ 

DOBBIEK (see Dobbins). 

DOBBINS (see also Dibbins). 

Patrick Dobbins, of Burlington, and Eliza White, of Woburn, July [5, 1884. 

Andrew Dobbins and Mary J. Stephenson, both of Woburn, Nov. 13, 1SS4. 

Sarah J. Dobbins, of Woburn, and John Graham, of Burlington, March i6, 
1886. 

Patrick Dobbins and Maggie Campbell, both of Woburn, ^ct. 12, 1886. 

DOCK HAM. 

Herbert H. Dockham and Marion A. Tidd, both of Woburn, Sept. 3, 1885. 
DODD. 

Elizabeth (Taylor) Dodd, of Woburn (2d), and William Palmer, of Cam- 
bridge (2d), Dec 22, 1890. 

DODGE. 

Julia .M. Dodge, of Woburn (2d), and A. Cooper Jennings, of New York 

City, Oct. 28, 1874. 
Horace P. Dodge, of Westerly, R. I., and Josephine FUnders, of Woburn, 

June 27, 1877. 
Frank F. Dodge and Nellie L. Crane, both of Woburn, Feb. 9, 1881. 
Albert E. Dodge and Mary L. Tay, both of Woburn, June 5, 1661. 
George E. Dodge and U alpurga Laubner, both of Boston, .March 30, 1889. 
Lizzie B. Dodge and Harrison G. Blake, both of Woburn, Feb. 19, 1890. 

DOHERTY. 

Sarah Doherty and Dennis O'Callahan (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 26, 1873. 
Margaret Duherty and Neil Callahan, both of Woburn, April 17, 1873. 
John Doherty and Margaret McCafferty, both of Woburn, April 20, 1873. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 41 

DOHERTY, contimied. 

Nfichael Dohertv and Ma"?garet McCron, both i.f Wcburn, Mav i r. 18^4. 
Rosanna Dohertv and Andrew Reddy (2d), both of Woburn, June 7, 1074. 
Michael Doherty and Delia Conroy, both of Winchester, April 29, 1S75. 
Neil Doherty, of Boston, and Mary Doherty, of Woburn, Sept. 21, 1S76. 
Mary Doherty, of Woburn, and Neil Doherty. of Boston. -Sept. 21, 1S76. 
John Doherty and Annie T. Nelson, both of Woburn,' Sept. 27, 1876. 
Mary Doherty and Alexander Walton, both of Woburn, Jan. 17, 1S77. 
Kate Doherty and Michael Harkins, both of Woburn, May i, 1877. 
George Doherty (2d) and Rosa Murray, both of Woburn, .May iS, 1S79. 
Dennis Doherty, of Stoneham {2d), and Mary A. Doherty, of Woburn, June 

I, 1879. 
Mary .A. Doherty, of Woburn, and Dennis Doherty, of Stoneham (2d), June 

I, 1879. 
Patrick Doherty and Bridget Quigley, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1879. 
Edward Doherty and Ellen Breslin, both of Woburn, Nov. 12, iSSo. 
Annie M. Doherty and Owen Cogan, both of Woburn, Jan. 16, iSSi. 
Cornelius Doherty and Annie Doherty, both of Woburn, Feb. 27. iSSi. 
Annie Doherty and Cornelius Doherty, both of Woburn. Feb. 27, i8Sr. 
James K. Doherty and Mary A. Maguire, both of Woburn, March i, iSSk 
George Doherty, of Lynn, and Alice M. Bradley, of Woburn, .April 24, iSSi. 
Mary Dohertv and Thomas Tracy, both of Woburn, May 14. 1SS2. 
Annie J. Doherty and John Breslin, both of Woburn,. Oct. 5, 1SS2. 
John K. Doherty, of Woburn {2d), and Ellen Grant, of Boston, Oct. 19, 

1882. 
Francis M. Doherty and Mary F. McGowan. both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 

1882. 
Bridget Doherty and Michael J. McHugh, both of Woburn, Feb. 5, 1SS3. 
Philip Doherty, of Woburn, and Bridget McXulty, of Winchester, April 16, 

1885. 
Bridget Doherty and Matthew Daley, both of Woburn, Sept. 6, 1885. 
James E. Dohertv and Susan McKay, both of Woburn, Nov. 25. 1SS5. 
Michael Dt)hertv and Elizabeth Burns, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 1SS5. 
Edward J Dohertv and Mary .A. Hayes, both of Woburn, Nov. 18, 18S6. 
Margaret Doherty, of Cambridge, and Patrick Grant, of Woburn, July 25, 

1887. 
Charles Doherty and Bridget Hurld, both of Woburn, July 28, 1887. 
George Doherty (2d) and Bridget (Cullen) McLaughlin {2d), both of Woburn, 

Aug. 31, 1887. 
Theresa Doherty, of Woburn, and John Higgins, of Boston, Nov. 24, 1SS7. 
Rose Doherty and William Wilson, both of Woburn, July 3, 1888. 
Mary E. Doherty and Edward H. .Walsh, both of Woburn, April 25, 1889. 
Neil Doherty and Bridget Devlin, both oi Woburn, May 19, 1889. 
William Doherty and Annie Callahan, both of Woburn. Sept. 26, 1889. 
Margaret Doherty and James Welch, both of Woburn, Oct. 17, 1SS9. 
Margaret Doherty, of Boston, and Robert O'Donnell, of Woburn, Sept. 28, 

189c. 
William Doherty, of Woburn, and Bridget O'Donnell, of Winchester, Oct. 

±1, 1890. 
Anthony A. Doherty and Josephine Carroll, both of Woburn, Nov. 19, 
1890. 

DOLAN. 

John Dolan, of Woburn, and Bridget Harrigan, of Winchester, July 18, 

1874. 
Elizabeth Dolan, of Winchester, and Frank Maguire, of Woburn, May 13, 

1886. 
Rose Dolan, of Boston, and Patrick Farry, of Woburn, Oct. 9, 18S7. 



42 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

DONAHOE. ^ 

Elizabeth Donahoe and Daniel Bailey, both oTWoburn, June 13, 1874. 
Annie Donahoe, of Lexington, and George W. Fountain, of Cambridge, 

Sept. 10, 1S74. 
Patrick Donahoe and Agnes Tracy (2d), both of VVoburn, April 30, 1876. 
Ellen Donahoe, of Boston, and Owen Callahan, of Woburn, Feb. i, 1S80. 
James Donahoe and Bridget Donahoe, both of Woburn, Jan. 9, iS8t. 
Bridget Donahoe and James Donahoe, both of Woburn, Jan. 9, iSSi. 
Anthony Donahoe and Annie Maguire, both of Woburn, Oct. 15, 18S2. 
Patrick Donahoe and Annie McManus, both of Woburn, July 10, 1890. 

DOXOVAN. 

Mary Donovan and Michael Shea, both of Woburn, June 14, 1873. 
John Donovan and Bridget Stack, both of Woburn, May 21, 1874. 
Patrick Donovan and Johanna White, both of Woburn, Oct. 3, 1S74. 
Henry W. Donovan, of Stoneham, and Mary Grady, of Woburn, May 21, 
1882. 
DONNELL (see O'Donnell). 

DONNELLY. 

Francis Donnelly and Mary Ganey, both of Woburn, April 7, 1876. 

DOORLY. 

Maggie L. Doorly and Joseph J. Sexton, both of Woburn, Feb. 10, 1S80. 
Elizabeth A. Doorly and William H. Matthews, both of Woburn, Jan. 18, 

1881. ^ „„„ 

John Doorly and Delia Sweeney, both of Woburn, Jan. 26, 1888. 

DORRINGTON. 

Andrew Dorrington and Mary E. Duffy, both of Woburn, Aug. 28, 1884. 

DOUCETTE. 

Rosa Doucette, of Yarmouth, N. S., and Sylvina Lefave, of Woburn, May 

Jeffrey Doucette and Matilda Doucette, both of W^oburn, May 19, 18S6. 
Matilda Doucette and Jeffrey Doucette, both o' Woburn, May 19, 1SS6. 
Patrick Doucette (2d) and Rose Beben, both of Woburn, Nov. 5, 1887. 

DOUGLASS. 

Ainsley E. Douglass and Ida A. M. Kinnear, both of Woburn, April 23, 1890. 

DOW. 

Herbert B. Dow and Vanie B. Robinson, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1883. 
Edward A. Dow, of Woburn, and Marianna LeClair, ot Stoneham, Feb. 17, 

1886. 
Arthur S. Dow. of Manchester, and Maggie E. Clowdrerty, of Woburn, 

March 17, 1886. 
Alice G. Dow and Everett G. Place, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 1886. 
Edith C. Dow, of Woburn, and William T. Brown, of Stoneham, Aug. 27, 

1888. 

DOWNEY. 

James A. Downev and Ellen O'Connell, both of Woburn, May 28, 1874. 
. Daniel Downev and Catherine Murray, both of Woburn, Sept. 9, 1883. 
Maggie Downey, of Woburn, and Patrick Boyce, of Lmcoln, Feb. 3, 

Elizabeth M. Downey, of Woburn, and Charles K- Nimblett, of Salem (2d), 
Dec. 2, 18S6. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 43 

DOWNING. 

Alice I. Downing and Elijah Rollins, Jr., both of Woburn, Jan. 15, 1878. 

DOWNS. 

Fred. M. Downs and Ada T. Skinner, both of Woburn, March 7, 18S3. 
Abbie M. Downs and George B. Woodside, both of Woburn, Dec. 8, 1887. 

DOYLK. 

William B. Doyle, of Woburn, and Minnie E. Cann, of Somerville, Oct. 

19. 1881. ,^ „„ 

Annie E. Doyle, of Woburn, and John H. Lynch, of Boston, Oct. 26, 1881. 
Mary E. Doyle, of Woburn, and Timothy F. Haggerty, of Boston, Oct. 3, 

1S88. 

DRAFFIN. ' 

Mary J. Draffin, of Woburn, and George S. Wheeler, of Boston, Dec. 5, 

1878. 
William J. Draffin, of Woburn, and Carrie W. Goodwin, of Readmg, Ort. 

25, 1883. 

DRAPER. 

Frederick A. Draper, of Woburn, and Evelyn P. Huntington, of Salem, 
July I, 1888. 

DREW. 

William H. Drew (2d) and Sarah M. Kilburn (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 6, 

1873- 
Mary J. Drew, of Woburn, . nd Albert O. Mathes, of Dover, N. H., Dec. 15, 

i88o. 

DRISCOLL. 

Daniel DriscoU and Rosanna Bradley, both of Woburn, May 29, 1873. 
Timothy DriscoU and Kate Calnan, both of Woburn, Nov. 25, 1S73. 
Mary D'riscoll and Charles Carroll, both of Woburn, Nov. i, 1879. 

DUDLEY. 

Sarah E. (Dow) Dudley (2d) and William G. Hollowell, both of Maiden, 
Nov. 9, 1875. 

DUFFY. 

Mary J. Duffy and John Coombs, both of Woburn, April 10, 1875. 

Mary Duffy and Mathew Plunkett, both of W^oburn, July 9, 1876. 

Kate Duffy, of Arlington, and Patrick E. Tenney, of Woburn (2d), April 15, 

1884. 
Mary E. Duffy and Andrew Dorrington, both of Woburn, Aug. 28, 1884. 
Ellen Duffy, of Arlington, and Edward B. Noyes, of Woburn, Aug. 26, 1886. 
Thomas H. Duffy and Mary F. Smith, both of Woburn, Aug. 21, 1887. 

DUGAN. 

Rebecca L. Dugan and John A. Brauer, both of Woburn, Dec. 10, 1884. 
William Dugan and Emma CuUcn, both of Woburn, Dec. 19, 1884. 

DUGANIE. 

Maud Duganie and Mannasa Hogan, both of Woburn, Dec. 24, 1885. 

DUN BURY. 

Mary E. Dunbury, of Woburn, and Marshall D. Sands, of Boston, May 28, 

1885. 
Carl A. Dunbury and Rose E. Maguire, both of Woburn, Feb. 28, 1886. 
Annie E. Dunbury and James E. Burns, Jr., both of Woburn, Oct. 21, 1888. 



44 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

DUNCAN. 

Mary E. Duncan and Granville Garland, both of Woburn, Dec. 2o, l886. 
Joseph C. Duncan, of Woburn, and Addie P. Ames, of Stoneham, March 8, 

iSSS 
Maud S. Duncan and Alexander Frazer, both of Woburn, Aug. 15, 18S8. 

DUNLAP. 

George S. Dunlap, of Winchester, and Mary F. Poole, of Woburn, April 2, 
18S5. 

DUNN. 

Catherine Dunn, of Woburn, and Richard Welch, of Charlestown, July 23, 

Thomas J. Dunn and Winfred R. Rice, both of Woburn, Dec. 27, 1890. 

DUNNEGAN. 

John Dunnegan and Ann Connolly, both of Woburn, Jan. 20, 1885. 
Patrick Dunnegan and Sarah Flaherty, both of Woburn, Jan. 16, 1S87. 

DURANT. 

Martin Durant, of Boston, and Mary Durant. of Woburn, April 6, 1890. 
Mary Durant, of Woburn, and Martin Durant, of Boston, April 6, 1890. 

DUKEN. 

Elmina R. Duren and Frank B. Pierce, both of Woburn, July 5. 1S77. 
Caroline A. Duren and Elmore A. Pierce, both of \\ oburn, Dec. 25, 1878. 

DURGIN. 

Mary A. Durgin, of Woburn, and Edwin P. Thompson, of Somerville, Nov. 
27, 1884. 

DURKEE. 

Egbert S. Durkee, of Woburn, and Isabelle A. Gerrish, of Somerville, Apnl 
7, 1881. 

DURNAN. 

Catherine Durnan and John Coffee, both of Woburn, July 31, 1886. 

DWIGHT. 

Mosley Dwight, of Chelsea (3d), and Diantha Harvey, of Woburn (2d), Oct 
6, 1874. 

DWYER. 

Jane Dw\-er and Thomas Moore (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 24, 1877. 
Catherine J. Dwyer, of Woburn, and Cornelius C. Connor, of Holyoke, July 

Maurice Dwyer, of Woburn, and Nellie L. Lynch, of Winchester, Sept. 24, 

1882 
John Dwyer and Mary McGowan, both of Woburn, Jan. 2, 1886. 
Mary A. Dwyer, of Stoneham, and Fred L. Morse, of Woburn (:d), Feb. 

17, 1889. 

DYER. 

Lillian (Baxter) Dyer (2d), and Fred E. Soles, both of Woburn, March 30, 

Margaret Dyer and Henry App, both of Boston, Dec. 6, 1886. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 45 

EAGAN. 

Eliza Eagan (2d) and Herbert Shannon (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 6> 

18S0. 
John F. Eagan and Bridget Keating, both of Woburn, Dec. 9, 18S6. 

• 

EAMES. 

Rufus C. Eames and Elmira E. Carter, both of Wilmington, April 25, 1875. 
Fdgar N. Eames and Kate Gowing, both of Wilmington, July 24, 1878. 
Erwin Eames and Irene L. Buck, both of Wilmington, Sept. 20, 1890. 

EASLEY. 

Joseph Easley and Annie Butler, both of Woburn, May 28, 1888. 
Alexander Easley (2d) and Cassie Nelson, both of Woburn, Dec. 16, 1890. 

EASTMAN. 

Florence H. Eastman and James B. Pearsons, both of Woburn, Nov. 12, 
1873- 

EATON. 

Martha Eaton and Daniel W. Bond, both of Woburn, June 16, 1877. 

Cora N. Eaton, of Woburn, and George S. Cook, of Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 

29, 1877- 

Nathan W. Eaton and Helena Thompson, both of Woburn, Nov. 16, 1878. 
John F. Eaton, of Woburn, and Anna T. Fitz, of Boston, Feb. 10, 1880. 
Charles Eaton, of Woburn, and Lettie Wright, of Groton, April 13, 1880. 
James E. Eaton and Ida M. Lesiie, both of Woburn, July 12, iSSo. 
Charles S. Eaton, of Woburn, and Louise M. Bancroft, of Reading, May 18, 

1881. 
Emily W. Eaton and Henry B. Wood, both of Woburn, March 21, 1S83. 
Norman Eaton and Rebecca G. Ellis, both of Woburn, June 18, 1SS3. 
Mary L. Eaton, of Woburn, and William W. McDonald, of Portville, N. Y., 

Feb. I, i!r86. 
Charles E. Eaton, of Lynn (2d), and Emma J. Sherburne, of Woburn, 

March 2, 1887. 

EDMANDS. 

W. Henrv Edmands and Mary L. McCarthy, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1874. 
Mary E. Edmands and Charles H. Story, both of Woburn, Aug. 13, 1890. 

EDMOND. 

Alice E. Edmond and William H. Burgess (2d), both of Woburn, May 7, 
'873- 

EK3IARK. 

Swan Ekmark and Josephine Carlson, both of Woburn, Aug. 29, 1886. 

ELDRIDGE. 

Samuel T. Eldridge, of Dartmouth, and Lizzie Neville, of Woburn, June 

30, 1875. 

ELLARD. 

Charles H. Ellard and Susie C. Jones, both of Woburn, Dec. 14, 1877, 
Clara L Ellard, of Woburn, and Frank W. Kinsman, Jr., of Augusta, Me., 

Oct. 27, 1883. 
John VV. Ellard and Elizabeth F. Parker, both of Woburn, Nov. 25, 1886. 



46 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

ELLIOT. 

Frank H. Elliot, of Winchester, and Addie V. James, of Wobum, April 17. 

1878. 
Alexander Elliot and Margaret Patterson, both of Wobum, Aug. 16, 18S8. 

ELLIS. 

Charles I. Ellis and Maggie Sheeran, both of Wobum, Dec. 29. 1S77. 
Edgar S. Ellis and Ella De Loriea, both of Wobum, Sept. 2, 1S79. 
Lizzie Ellis and George L. Locke, both of Winchester, Sept. 12, iSSo. 
Rebecca G. Ellis and Norman Eaton, both of Woburn, June tS. 1SS3. 
Benjamin W. Ellis {2d) and Elizabeth S. Mulholland, both of Woburn, July 

16, 1884. 
Grace L. Ellis, of Woburn, and Frederick Twombley, of Winchester, Nov. 

i6, 1885. 
Annie B. Ellis, of Woburn, and Bodwell S. Briggs, of Winchester (2d), June 

IS, 1S86. 
Lydia L. Ellis, of Woburn, and Albert B. Buxton, of Winchester, April 20, 

1887. 
Mabel T. Ellis and H. B. Clewley, both of Woburn, Aug. 29, 18S8. 

ELLISON. 

Laura V. Ellison and William R. Bartlett, both of Woburn, July 7, 1885. 

EMERSON. 

Sara A. Emerson and A. B. Dimick (2d), both of Woburn, April 5, 1888. 

EMERY. 

Mary W. Emery and Frank Carter, both of Woburn, Nov. 20, 1S76. 
Theodore F. Emery, of Winchester, and Mary E. Stephens, of Woburn, Sept. 

12, 1877. 
Fred C. Emery and Carrie L. Fernald, both of Woburn, April 5, 1882. 
William R. Emery and Alice H. Sweetser, both of Wobum, Oct. 9, 1884. 

ENDICOTT. 

Lizzie B. Endicott, of Dedham, and George H. Young, of Woburn (2d), 
Aug. 17, 1S81. 

ENGARD. 

Louisa C. Engard and Edward W. Hudson (2d), both of Wobum, Oct. 11, 
1890. 

ERICSON. 

Andrea Ericson and Anders Matson, both of Woburn, Feb. 16, 18S9. 
Charles Ericson and Augusta Johnson, both of Woburn, March 22, 1890. 

ERLANDSOX. 

John Erlandson and Amanda Guankoist, both of Woburn, March 15, 1888. 

ERSKIXE. 

Bertha Erskine, of Winchester, and David Thorn, of Wobum (2d), Sept. 6, 
1890. 

ERWIN. 

William B. Erwin (2d) and Sarah J. Buck (2d), both of Wobum, Oct. i, 1876. 
Willis W. Erwin and Elizabeth Carpenter, both of Wobum, March 21, 
1885. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 47 

ESTABROOK. 

William F. Estabrook, of Woburn, and Lucy E. Reed, of Brattleboro, Vt., 

Oct. 13, 1875. 
Alice C. Estabrook and Robert H. Fuller, both of Woburn, Oct. 22, 1879. 

ESTES. 

Annie E. Estes, of Poland, Me., and Clarence S. Paine, of Woburn, Dec. 25, 
1882. 

EUSTIS. 

Charles E. Eust;s, of Everett, and Annie McFeeley, of Woburn, April 3, 
1888. 

EVANS. 

Thomas B. Evans and Susan E. Foster, both of Woburn, March 25, 1S74. 

EVERBURG. 

Andrew Everburg and Hannah Pearsons, both of Woburn, Sept. 30, 1889. 

FAHEY. 

Mary (Connor) Fahey (2d) and Patrick A. Hoar (2d), both of Woburn, 

Aug. 7, 1 886. 
Mary Fahey, of Stoneham, and Thomas Regan, of Woburn, May 19, 1887. 
Kate Fahey, of Winchester, and Patrick McDonough, of Woburn, May 18, 

1890. 

FALCK. 

Marguerite Falck, of Woburn, and Charles H. Taylor, Jr., of Boston, Dec. 
2, 1890. 

FALEY. 

Maggie Faley and Lawrence McGrath, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1878. 

FALLOX. 

Delia M. Fallon and Hugh D. Murray, both of Woburn, Feb. 27, 1881. 
Rosa Fallon and William Roulo, both of Woburn, June 18, 1882. 
Michael F. Fallon and Katie E. Norton, both of Woburn, May 10, 1885. 
Mary J. Fallon and Ailliam D. Nolan, both of Woburn, June 30, 1886. 
Patrick Fallon, of Woburn, and Mary Kerrigan, of Stoneham, Oct. 12, 1890. 

FALT. 

Joseph P. Fait and Eliza A. Widgery, both of Woburn, April 3, 1873. 

FARLEY. 

Martha H. Farley and George F. Johnson (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 
1881. 

FAR3IER. 

Elijah Farmer and Laura A. White, both of Burlington, May 17, 1877. 

FARNS WORTH. 

Carrie P Farnsworth, of Cesarea, Turkey, and James L. Fowle, of Woburn, 

Aug. 2S, 1S7S. 
Charlotte J. Farnsworth, of Woburn, and William A. Little, of New York 

City, June 25, 1SS9. 



48 WOBDRN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

TARRELL. 

John Farrell and Mary J. Foley, both of Woburn, Jan. i, i88l. 
Thomas E. F"arren, of Woburn, and Hannah C)'ConneIl, of Winchester, 
April 20. 1890. I 

FARRIXGTOX. 

Clara E. Farrington, of Boston, and Everett Cummings, of Malone, N. Y 

(2d), Sept. 28, 1875. 
Francis H. Farrington, of Upton, and Alice M. Gillespie, of Woburn, March 

25. 1885. 

FARRY. 

John E. Farry and Hannah E. Kelley, both of Woburn, Jan. 28, 1886. 
Patrick Farry, of Woburn, and Rose Dolan, of Boston, Oct. 9, 1887. 

FAWCETT. 

Emma F. Fawcett and Edward V. Pinkham, both of Woburn, June 25, 18S2. 
FAY. 

Lena Fay, of Stoneham, and W. H. Kimball, of Woburn, Feb. 27, 1879. 
Mary Fay (2d) and .A.Ie.xis R. D. Lavigne, both of Woburn, Oct. 7, 18S2. 
Martin Fay, of Woburn, and Abigail Davis, of Winchester, Dec. 30, 1S82. 
Martha E. Fay and David F. Moreland, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1884. 
Annie Fav, of Boston, and Burns Holland, of Woburn, Oct. 10, 1SS6. 
Annie C. Fay and Ronald S. McCormick, both of Woburn, Jan. 12, 1888. 

FEE LEY. 

Mary Feeley and Owen Gallagher, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 1873. 
FEENEY. 

Julia A. Feeney, of Winchester, and Alexander McDonald, of Woburn, 

April 20, 1 88 1. 
Joseph A. Feeney and Catherine E. Collins, both of Woburn, Feb. 18, 1882. 

FELCH. 

Mark C. Felch (2d) and Sarah J. Colburn, both of Woburn, April 30, 1889. 
FELTOX. 

Annie P. Felton, of Dan vers, and Wilbur A. Reynolds, of Woburn. Tulv 2 5. 
1883. J J > 

FERGUSON. 

Elizabeth Ferguson, of Woburn, and John McDonald, of W^inchester, June 

24, 1873. 
Lucia M. Ferguson and William C. Harper, both of Amherst, N. S., Nov. 

6, 1879. 
Amanda A. Ferguson, of Woburn, and Robert W. Kilpatrick, of Maiden, 

Aug. 17, 1880. 
John T. Ferguson and Anna Kilpatrick, both of Ma'den, April 17, 18S4. 
Robert T. Ferguson and Ella G. Russell, both of Woburn, .Mav 8, 1SS5. 
Susan M. Ferguson and William J. Stephenson, both of Woburn, Nov. 14, 

1888. 

FERNALD. 

Carrie L. Fernald and Fred C. Emery, both of Woburn, April 5, 1882. 
FERRIN. 

Mary E. Ferrin and Thomas E. Matthews, both of Woburn, Feb. 8, 1880. 
George Ferrin and Hannah M. Sheehan, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1880. 
William Ferrin and Lillie A. Hoardman, both of Woburn, April 24, 1885. 
Annie J. Ferrin and Peter Lafferty, both of Woburn, Sept. 21, 1887. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 49 

FERRY. 

Fannie G. Ferrv of Woburn (3d), and Willard Adams, of Marlboro', N. H 
(2d), Jan. 3, iSS2. ' 

FESSENDEX. 

Frank A. Fessenden and Alfraetta Royce, both of Arlington. Sept 17. 1874 

Marv yy Fessenden (2d) and Leander S. Marchant, both of Brockton 

April 10, isSi. ' 

FETRIDGE. 

Cyrus B. Fetridse and Elizabeth Scott, both of Woburn, Dec i" 188^ 
Alfred K. Fetridge and Ella Scott, both of Woburn, April 17] 1889. 

FEYLER. 

Eliza J. Feyler, of Lowell, and Leroy R. Fletcher, of Woburn, March 10 

1090. • ' 

FICKETT. 

John Fickett (2d) and Marietta Neville, both of Woburn, Oct. 29, 1879. 
FIDLER. 

Annie Fidler, of Winchester, and Arthur Brown, of Woburn, March 7, 1876. 

FIELDS. 

John Fields, of Woburn, and Charlotte Dernier, of Winchester, Jan. 28 
1874. ' 

FIHELLY. 

Mary O. Fihelly, of Rockland, and Jeremiah Howard, of Woburn. Oct. n 
1537. •'' 

FINN. 

^^88^2 ^" ^'""' °^ '^^°'^"''"' ^"^ Cornelius J. Flynn. of Holyoke, Jan, 10. 

John D. Finn, of Boston (2d), and Elizabeth Leno.x, of Woburn Feb. 21 
i8o2. ' ' 

Ann Finn (2d) and J.>hn Boyle (2d), both of Woburn, April c 188^ 
Mary Finn and William H. Little, both of Woburn. Tuly 25 1S81 
Lavvrence J. Finn and Catherine A. Porter, both of Woburn, Au<-. 6 1884 
Catherine Finn, of Stoneham, and Michael H. Collins, of Wob°urn, Tan. i, 

John H. Finn and Mary J. Callahan, both of Woburn, Oct. 17, 1886. 
FINNEGAX. 

Ann Finnegan and James McLaughlin, both of Woburn, June 18 1877. 
Ihomas Fmnegan and Rosa O'Donnell, both of Woburn. June 7 i88t 
Kosa Finnegan, of Cambridge, and Edward McMahon, of Woburn. Nov. 21 

I083. 
Rose Finnegan and John J. Pangburn. both of Woburn. April 20 1S87 
t-liza Fmnegan and Thomas Gartland, both of Woburn, July 16 iSi'g 
Mary Fmnegan and Owen IL Bovie, both of Woburn, Aug. \, 18S9 
Joseph Finnegan and Mary J. Conole, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 1889. 

FISH. 

Williston Fish, of Woburn, and Marv E. Wright, of Lynn, Dec 11 187-? 
Larne S. Fish, of Boston, and Charles T. Dearborn, of Woburn, Feb. 12 
1 000. ' 

Lizzie H. Fish and Charles Buck, both of Woburn, Nov. 18, 1881. 



50 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

FISHER. 

Pfiter Fisher, of Woburn, and Sarah Revell, of England, Oct. 23, 1SS6. 

FISK. 

William E. Fisk and Phebe C. Cutler, both of Wakefield, April 5, 1S76. 
Herbert A. Fisk, of Boston, and Sarah £. Cutler, of Wakefield Sent -"S 
1876. ' *^ • - ' 

Leola Fisk, of Woburn, and Henry Moran, of Stoneham, Nov. 23, 1881. 
Alice M. Fisk, of Billerica, and Oliver Sevrens, of Woburn, Nov. 26, 1885. 

FITCH. 

David L. B. Fitch and Lizzie Crother, both of Bedford, May 23, 1877. 
FITZ. 

Anna T. Fitz, of Boston, and John F. Eaton, of Woburn, Feb. 10, 1880. 
FITZGERALD. 

John W. Fitzgerald and Clara J. Fowler, both of Woburn, Feb. ro, 1886. 
Patrick Fitzgerald, of Bath, Me., and Mary J. Mulholland, of Woburn. Tulr 

27, 1886. ■^ ^ 

Jeremiah Fitzgerald, of Worcester (2d), and Catherine Wall, of Woburn. 

Nov. 3, 1S89. 
Margaret Fitzgerald and John Swymer, both of Woburn, Nov. 20, 1889. 

FITZMORRIS. 

Mary Fitzmorris (2d) and Martin McDonough, both of Woburn. Oct I 
1882. 

FITZPATRICK. 

Susie Fitzpatrick and Edward L\-nch (2d), both of Woburn, Mav 8, 1885. 
James Fitzpatrick and Ellen Smith, both of Woburn, June 13, 1S86. 

FL.AGG. 

Minnie R. Flagg, of Woburn, and Clinton C. Stone, of Reading, Oct. 28, 

1875. 
George E. Flagg and Olive R. King, both of Woburn, Nov. 4, 1877. 

FLAHERTY. 

Mary Flaherty and William Joyce, both of Woburn, Julv tg, 1874. 
Mary Flaherty, of Woburn, and John Kinz, of Boston (2'd), July 28, 1874. 
Patrick Flaherty (3d) and Sallie Foley (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 7, 1875. 
Ellen Flaherty and .Martin Haney, both of Woburn, Jane 2, 1877. 
Mary Flaherty and Patrick Connolly, both of Woburn. fuly 21, 1877. 
Coleman Flaherty (2d) and Hannah Miskel (2d), both'of Woburn June g 

1879. 
Mary Flaherty and Thomas Weafer, both of Woburn, Nov. 13, 1879. 
John Flaherty and Marv Howlev, both of Woburn, .Mav 13, 1S80. 
Hannah Flaherty and John O'Donnell, both of Woburn, May 22, 1880. 
Mary Flaherty, of Woburn, and Dennis E. Callahan, of Winchester. Tan. I. 

1884. •' 

Mary T. Flaherty and Michael Connolly, both of Woburn, Oct. 6. 1886. 
Mathis Flaherty and Kate Connolly, both of Woburn, Nov. 7, iSi6. 
Mary Flaherty, of Woburn, and John H. Coursey, of Cambridge, Nov. 25, 

1886. 
SaraTi Flaherty and Patrick Dunnegan. both of Woburn, Jan. 16, 1S87. 
Bridget Flaherty and Edward McDonough, both of Woburn, April 15. 1887. 
Thomas Flaherty and Bridget O'Donnell, both of Woburn, Aug. 2. 1888. 
Delia Flaherty and John H. Murray, both of Woburn, Aug. 31, 1SS8. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 51 

t 

FLAHERTY, comimted. 

Bridget L. Flaherty and Michael T. Hickey, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 

188S. 
Julia Flaherty, of Winchester, and John Lvnch, of Woburn, Oct. 17, 1SS9. 
Michael Flaherty, of Boston, and Annie Kin?, of Woburn, Oct. 27, 1SS9. 
Hannah P'laherty and Thomas Connolly, both of Woburn, April 29, 1S90. 

FLANDERS. 

George Flanders and Emma Usher, both of W^oburn, Aug. 26, 1873. 
Josephine Flanders, of Woburn, and Horace P. Dodge, of Westerly, R. I., 

June 27, 1877. 
Emma Flanders (2d) and Edgar L. Pearsons, both of Woburn, May 8, 

1884. 
Philip Flanders and Ellen M. Watson, both of Woburn, May 14, 1884. 
George E. Flanders, of Penn., and Jennie R. Dinsmore, of Reading, July 12, 

1884. 

FLANNIGAN. 

John Flannigan, of Lowell, and Mary Harkins, of Woburn, Oct. 18, 1873. 

FLEMING. 

Patrick Fleming, of Woburn, and Alice Cunningham, of Winchester, Nov. 
17, 1889. 

FLETCHER. 

Gertrude I. Fletcher, of Woburn, and Charles H. Hyde, of Maiden, Dec. 

25. 1877. 
William P. Fletcher, of Woburn, and Sarah M. Brackett, of Cambridge, 

Nov. 28, 1883. 
Leroy R. Fletcher, of Woburn, and Eliza J. Feyler, of Lowell, March 10, 

1890. 

FLINT. 

George H. Flint, of Jamaica (2d), and Olive P. Roundy, of Reading, July 2, 

1882. 
Evelyn P. Flint, of Lexington, and Theodore E. Sleeper, of Woburn, Jan. 

28. 1885. 
Wesley S. Flint, of Woburn, and Bertha S. Smith, of New Market, N. H., 

Jan. 2, 1886. 
Charles F. Flint, of Paxton, and Susie E. Wakeford, of Woburn, Jan. 9, 

1889. 

FLOOD. 

Patrick J. Flood and Martha M. Kay, both of Woburn, May 27, 1877. 

FLYGENRING. 

Ida F. Flygenring and August Helstrom, both of Woburn, Aug. 21, 1884. 

FLTNN. 

Thomas F. Flynn, of Cambridge, and Margaretta Kenney, of Woburn, Julv 

7. 1875. 
Cornelius J. Flynn, of Holyoke, and Nellie L. Finn, of Woburn, Jan. 10, 

1882. 
Elizabeth M. Flynn and Francis J. Britain, both of Woburn, Aug. 22, 1886. 
Thomas Flynn and Matilda Garrity, both of Woburn, May 16, 18S9. 



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52 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

/ 
FOGG. 

Nellie M. Fogg, of Wakefield, and Charles P. H. Kendall, of Woburn, Oct. 
iS, 1S84. 

FOLAN. 

Bridget Folan and John McKenna, both of Woburn, Jan. 25, 1877. 
Bernard H. Folan and Ellen O'Brien, both of Woburn, Jan. 18, 1888. 

FOLEY. 

Abby Foley and Michael Welch, both of Woburn, Oct. 17, 1873. 
Kate Foley, of Woburn, and Thomas Halloran, of Boston (2d), July 9, 1874. 
Sallie Foley (2d) and Patrick Flaherty (3d), both of Woburn, Feb. 7, 1875. 
Mary J. Foley and John Farrell, both ot Woburn, Jan. i, iS8r. 
Mary E. Foley and Lewis H. Tones, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 18S2. 
Nfary E. Foley and Thomas Harkins. both of Woburn, .April 11, 1S87. 
Patrick Foley and Mars^aret Curran, both of Woburn, April 12, 1S87. 
Catherine Foley and Martin Naughton, both of Woburn, July 25, 18S7. 
Patrick Foley and Mary Welch, both of Woburn, Sept. 10, 18S7. 
Margaret M. Foley and Edward Hagan, both nf Woburn, Oct. 28. 1887. 
Peter J. Foley and Mary J. Murray, both of Woburn, April 4, 1888. 
Maggie Foley, of Winchester, and James Degnon, of Woburn, July 14, 1888. 

FOLSOM. 

Mary J. Folsom, of Boston, and John D. Bruce, of Reading, May 16, 1882. 

FOLTZ. 

Rachel Foltz and Benjamin Currier (2d), both of Boston, March 13, 1877. 

FORO. 

Margaret Ford and Thomas T. Long (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 1878. 
Delia Ford, of Boston, and Patrick F. Crilly, of Woburn, May 21, 1889. 

FORREST. 

Charles T. Forrest and Carrie L Skelton, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1882. 

FORSAITH. 

Frederick A. Forsaith, of Woburn, and Lizzie A. Moulton (Smith), of 
Wakefield (2d), March 16, 1874. 

FORT EN. 

Alfred F. Forten and Georgie A. Bell, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1S82. 

FOSS. 

Frank R. Foss and Mary J. Mann, both of Woburn, July 4, 1873. 

John F. Foss, of Woburn, and Sarah A. O'Donnell, of Barnstable, April 

23, 1885. 
Esther A. Foss, of Woburn (2d), and A. H. Murray, of Boston (2d), Aug. 

17. 1886. 
Stephen J. Foss and Margaret J. Murphy, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 1887. 

FOSTER. 

Susan E. Foster and Thomas B. Evans, both of Woburn, March 25, 1874. 
Sarah E. Foster, of Auburn, N. Y., and James Anderson, of Cambridge, 

Texas, Aug. 24, 1881. 
Alvah J. Foster and Nellie L. Cooper, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1888. 



VOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 53 

FOUNTAIN. 

George W. Fountain, of Cambridge, and Annie Donahoe, of Lexington, 

Sept. lo, 1874. 
Emma A. Fountain, of Malone, N. Y., and Theodore F. Taylor, of Wobum, 

Jan. 29. 1S79. 
Edward Fountain (2d) and RosaMcHugh, both of Wobum, Oct. 29, iSSo. 
Mary C. Fountain (2d) and David C. Hoskins (2d), both of Wobum, Oct. 

25, 1890. 

FOWLE.* 

Sarah A. Fowie and George W. Hyde, both of Stoneham, April 10, 1873. 
fames E. Fowle and Mary E. Whitford, both of Woburn, June 5, 1S73. 
James L. Fowle (2d) and Christina A. Scantlan (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 

31, 1876. 
Arthur A. Fowle and Kate W. Munn, both of Wobum, June 12, 1877. 
James L. Fowle, of Woburn, and Carrie P. Farnsworth, of Cesarea, Turkey, 

Aug. 28, 1878. 
Louisa R. Fowle and Joseph W. Bedelle, both of Woburn, Feb. 3, 1S80. 
Ella A. Fowle and George A. Bianey, both of Woburn, June 2, iSSo. 
Susanna J. Fowle, of Burlington, and George N. Hayes, of Le.xington, June 27, 

1882. 
George H. Fowle and Grace E. Healey, both of Wobum, Sept. 12, 1883. 
Lizzie R. Fowle, of Woburn, and Ale.xander B. Wilson, of Boston, Dec. 10, 

1883. 
John L. Fowle and Jessie A. Sellers, both of Woburn, Sept. 29, 1887. 

FOWLER. 

Clara J. Fowler and John W. Fitzgerald, both of Wobum, Feb. 10, 18S6, 
Alice A. Fowler and Everard Horsman, both of Wobum, April 24, 1S86. 

FOWL.EY (see Howlky). 

FOX. 

Thomas Fox and Rosanna Gallagher, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1878. 
Anna Fox and Bernard McGowan, both of Woburn, Jan. 2, 1880. 
Mary E. Fox and Edward H. Callahan, both of Woburn, April lo, 1882. 
Thomas Fox (2d) and Mary .McGowan, both of Woburn, Aug. 10, 1882. 
Everett P. Fox, of Woburn, and Elona S. Dennis, of Boston, Nov. 29, 1882. 
Celia E. Fox and Edward F. Riley, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1883. 
John W. Fox and Carrie B. Cook, both of Woburn, Nov. 18, 1S85. 
Thomas Fox, of New York, and Mary McDonough, of Woburn, Nov. 24, 
1885. 

FRAIL. 

Ernest L. Frail, of Hopkinton, and Bessie J. Perkins, of Wobum, Dec 21. 
1881. 

FRANCIS. 

Joseph L. Francis and Elfie L. Parker, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 1886. 

. • See note to Kendall. The will of Mary Fowle, a spinster, dated Dec. 15, 1771, and probated 
■? '772. *'ho appears to have owned the present John Johnson estate, comer of Burlington and 
Bedford Streets, mentions a brother JaO)b, sisters Abigail, Dorothy, Judith, and Ruth Wright, 
alio her sister's children limothy and Elizabeth Wright, and her brother's daughter .Mary. Abigail 
Johnson is also mentioned. Her will directs her execuior to sell land to pay debts and leaacies. 
^>77Ji Dorothy and Abigail Kowle convey to Reuel Baldwin six acres called the " Long Field." 
bounded south and west on town roads, north on Jonathan Kendall, Thomas Bruce, and Joseph 
Winn, and east on Jonathan Wyman, deceased [formerly the Kendall lot]. Reuel Baldwin's 
widow, Keziah, married Reuben Johnson and thus the propeny came into possession of the 
present Johnson family. See notes under Baldwin, Brucb, and Johnson. 



54 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

FRAZER. 

John R. Frazer (2d) and Ellen A. Stephens (2d), both of Boston, Feb. 7, 

1873- 
Alexander Frazer and Maud S. Duncan, both of Woburn, Aug. 15, 1SS8. 
Robert Frazer and Maggie Bovard, both of Woburn, Feb. 16, 1SS9. 

FREDERICK. 

Andrew H. Frederick, Jr., and Flora C. Brown, both of Stoneham, Nov. 14, 
1877. 

FREELAXD. 

John Freeland and Mary Condon, both of Woburn, Feb. 3, 1889. 

FREEMAN. 

Tames T. Freeman and Caroline Gill, both of Woburn, Oct. 21, 1875. 

Ella C. Freeman (2d) and Charles H. Middleton, both of Woburn, ."^ept. 22, 

1878. 
Jam-rs T. Freeman, of Woburn (2d), and Caroline E. Comstock, of Boston 

(2d). Nov. 24, 1886. 

FRENCH.* 

Mary A. French, of Woburn, and James A. Parker, of Merrimack, N. H. 

Dec. II, 1873. 
Martha L. French and Nathaniel Henry, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 1885. 

FRYE. 

Kate C. Fr>-e and Charles E. Nichols, both of Woburn, Nov. 19, 1873. 
Timothy Frve (2d) and Caroline P. Knight (2d), both of Woburn, Dec 22, 

1881. 
Lucy B. Frj'e, of Woburn (2d), and Frank A. Lincoln, of Washington, D. C. 

(2d;, Jan. 10, 1887. 
Nathan W. Frye, Jr., of Woburn, and Augusta E. Henderson, of Lowell, 

June II, 1890. 

FULLER. 

Lucinda J. Fuller, of Ohio (3d), and Amos Shattuck, of Woburn (2d), Oct. 

28, 1874. 
Robert H. Fuller and Alice C. Estabrook, both of Woburn, Oct. 22, 1879. 
Maggie T. Fuller, of Woburn, and Rufus C. Banning, of Hartford, Ct., July 

3. 1883. 
Mary E. Fuller, of Somerville, and Theodore L. Pierce, of Woburn, Oct. 7, 

1885. 

FURBUSH. 

Levi Furbush and Bridget B. Gallagher, both of Woburn, Oct. 26, 1887. 

FURLONG. 

Jennie Furlong (2d) and Patrick Sharry (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 9, 1889. 

FYRA. 

Estclla C. Fyra and William D. Grammer (3d), both of Woburn, Aug. 25, 
1886. 

* July 10, 1806. Benjamin French, convulsions, 37 years. Twice married. He from Wobom 
[etc.]. — BtnlUy't Parish Lut 0/ Deaths, Salem. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 55 

CiAFFNEY. 

Mar>- Gaffney and Patrick McGourU-, both of Woburn, Jan. S, 1880. 
I'.ridget Gaffney and Terence Maguire, both of Woburn, April 19, 1885. 
John E. Gaffney and Sarah Clafferiy, both of Woburn, May 9, 1SS8. 

GAGE. 

Fannie M. Gage and Emerson C. Allison, both of Woburn, July 12, 1875. 
Dollie M. E. Gage and John L. Corliss, Jr., both of Woburn, Oct. 2, 1878. 
Emma [. Gage, of Woburn, and Kenneth McCauley, of Newark, N. J., Feb. 

19. '879- 
Arthur E. Gage, of Woburn, and Marilla M. Sanborn, of Tilton, N. H., Dec. 

8, 1883. 
Carrie E. Gage and Frank B. Richardson, both of Woburn, June 26, 1884. 

GALLAGHER. 

Owen Gallagher and Mary Feeley, both of Woburn, Oct. 28. 1873. 

Michael Gallagher, of Winchester (2d), and Mary Gallagher, of Woburn, 

Feb. 5, 1874. 
Mary Gallagher, of Woburn, and Michael Gallagher, of Winchester (2d), 

Feb. 5, 1874. 
Edward Gallagher and Ann McKittrick, both of Woburn, July 31, 1877. 
Rosanna Gallagher and Thomas Fox, both of Woburn, Jan. i,' 1S78. 
Margaret Gallagher and Bartholomew Mullen (2d), both of Woburn, May 

17, 1881. 
Mary A. Gallagher and Arthur W. Nichols, both of Woburn, July 11, 1883. 
Margaret A. Gallagher and John F. Kerrigan, both of Woburn, Aug. 30, 18S3. 
Stephen Gallagher, of Woburn (2d), and Mary O'Donnell, of Winchester, 

Sept. 17, 1883. 
Sarah Gallagher, of Boston, and Neil Tolan, of Woburn, April 20, 1884. 
Maggie E. Gallagher and Frederick Johnston, both of Woburn, April 16. 

1885. 
Bridget Gallagher and James O'Brien (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 17, 1886. 
Jennie Gallagher and Lawrence J. Cullen, both of Woburn, Jan. 23, 1887. 
Bridget B. Gallagher and Levi Furbush, Isoth of Woburn, Oct 26, 1887. 

GALLETL.Y (see Gately). 

GALLOWAY. 

Alice J. Galloway, of Boston (2d), and Walter O. Bacon, of Woburn (2d), 
Nov. 30, 1890. 

GANEY. 

Mary Ganey and Francis Donnelly, both of Woburn, April 7, 1876. 

G AN LEY. 

Patrick Ganley and Nellie Murphy, both of Woburn, Nov. 3, 1887. 

GAXN ETT. 

William P. Gannett, of Boston (2d), and Lucy A. Butler, of Woburn, May 

14, 1884. 

GAXNON. 

Margaret L. Gannon and John Moran, both of Woburn, April 25, 1887. 
GARLAND. 

Ida A. Garland and Charles F. Lyford, both of Woburn, Sept. 6, 1882. 
Granville Garland and Mary E. Duncan, both of Woburn, Dec. 20, iS86. 



^6 WOBURN RECOBD OF MARRIAGES. 

GARKITY. 

Mary J. Garrity and William McDonough, both of Woburn, Feb. 9, 1S74. 
Richard Garrity and Mary A. McNultv, both of Woburn Nov. 23. 1879. 
Rose Garrity, of Woburn, and Timothy H. Callahan, of Winchester, Feb. 

8, 1882. 
Tessa E. Garrity and Frank A. Hyatt, both of Woburn, March t2, 1888. 
Matilda Garrity and Thomas Flynn, both of Woburn, May 16, 1SS9. 

GARTLAND. 

Patrick Gartland, of Boston, and Bessie Cassidy. of Woburn, Sept. 26, 1875. 
Thomas Gartland and Eliza Finnegan, both of Woburn, July 16, 1SS9. 

GARVEY. 

John Garvey and Mary A. Lynch, both of Woburn, June 2, 1SS4. 
Austin Garvey, of Winchester, and Mary A. O'Toole, of Woburn, Oct. 2, 
1890. 

GASS. 

Nelson H. Gass and Eliza Simpson, both of Woburn, Sept. 5, 1877. 

GATELY. 

Ellen Gately and Peter Byrne, both of Woburn, Feb. 2, 1881. 
Mary A. Gately and James W. Smith, both of Woburn, Jan. 22, 1S84. 
William Gately (2d) and Ella J. Norton, both of Stoneham, Nov. 28, 1884. 
John J. GateJy and Sara J. McCarthy, both of Woburn, Nov. 10, 1887. 

GAUTHIER. 

Addie S. Gauthier, of Manchester, N. H., and James Robertson, of Woburn 
(2d), Aug. 19, 1890. 

GEDDIS. 

Ruth Gcddis and Lee E. Ward, both of Woburn, Dec. 21, i8Sr. 

GELEASE (see GiLLis). 

GERRISH. 

Isabelle A. Gerrish, of Somerville, and Egbert S. Durkee, of Woburn, 
April 7, 1881. 

GETCHELL. 

George D. Getchell, of Medford, and Ella L Tebbetts, of Burlington, Aug. 

13. 1884. 
George E. Getchell and Annie M. Robertson, both of Woburn, Dec 3, 

1890. 

GIBBONS. 

John Gibbons and Mary Cullen, both of Woburn, Oct. 30, 1879. 
Simon Gibbons and Delia O'Melia, both of Woburn, -May 19, 1883. 

GIBSON. 

Mary A. Gibson and Hamilton Stephenson, both of Woburn, Dec. 24, 1878. 
Chrissie Gibson and Harry W. Powell, both of Woburn, Aug. 30, 1S87. 

GIFFORD. 

Tirzah L. Gifford and Edmoiid R. Russell, both of Woburn, Oct. 25, 1873. 
Ettie Gifford and John S. Tait, both of Woburn, July 18, 1874. 
David F. Gifford, of Falmouth (2d), and Mary C. Palmer, of Woburn, Sept. 
7, 1882. 



WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. M 

GILBERT. 

Joseph Gilbert, of Woburn, and Mary A. Magahyj of Cambridge, May «'.'. 

iSoi. 
Charles \V. Gilbert, of Worcester, and Nellie F. True, of Woburn Tan -. 

i88q. ' ^ 

GILCREAST. 

Charles Gilcreast, of Boston, and Harriet G. Barber, of Woburn Tune ■■. 
1876. ' •' ' 

Frank W. Gilcreast, of Bradford, Penn., and Susie Gillespie of Wof)iit". 

Nov. 21, 18S3. 
Ella F. Gilcreast and Irving H. Jackman, both of Woburn, Nov. 10, r.SHr. 
Milhe E. Gilcreast, of Woburn, and Fred R. Slater, of Somerville Seut >\. 

1890. ' ■ 

GILD AY. 

John J. Gilday, of Woburn, and Mary Hannon, of Stoneham, May 19, i.".'!'j 
GILDER. 

Michael Gilder, of Winchester, and Bridget Dever, of Woburn, June /, 
i887" 

GILGUN. 

Ellen Gilgun and Braxton P. Parsons, both of Woburn, April 20 1871 
Michael Gilgun, of Woburn, and Ellen Kanev, of Winchester Aug 8 f'^"? • 
Bernard Gilgun and Bridget Kanev. both of VVoburn. Nov. 16 188^ 
Bridget Gilgun and Michael McGowan, both of Woburn, April 25, 1887. 

GILL. 

Caroline Gill and James T. Freeman, both of Woburn, Oct 21 187; 
Mary A. Gill and Patrick O'Donnell. both of Woburn, July 3, 1884. 
William Gill, of Woburn, and Delia Culcada, of Winchester,' Oct 20 r^r^.^ 
Catherine A. Gill and Thomas E. Matthews (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. l^, 

1886. 
Bridget Gill and Bernard Mooney, both of Woburn, fune 17, 1888 
Delia A. Gill, of Boston, and Patrick J. Mogan, of Woburn, Nov. 25, i?/// 

GILLESPIE. 

Annie Gillespie, of Woburn, and Joseph Hoban, of Winchester, Feb .'/, 

1882. 
Lizzie Gillespie and Elmore Nichols, both of Woburn, May 25 188' 
Susie Gillespie, of Woburn, and Frank W. Gilcreast, of Bradford. ?''T,r. 

Nov. 21, 1S83. 
■Alice M Gillespie, of Woburn, and Francis H. Farrington, of Upton, M*'--^ 

25, 1882. 

GILLIS Csee also Gliece). 

Bridget Gillis and Thomas Glennon, both of Woburn, Feb. 15 188^ 
Kate Gillis and Hugh McMaster, both of Woburn. Feb. i, 18S7. 

GILMAN. 

Celia Oilman and Samuel Ward, both of Woburn, .Sept. 9, 1873. 

GIROUX. 

Mary F. Giroux and John D. Graves, both of Woburn, Oct. 30, 1873 
John Giroux and Mary Harrison, both of Woburn, March 26, 1877 
Kate F. Giroux and Charles E. Smith, both of Woburn, March 28 i-PV> 
Elzie Giroux and Mary L. Riley, both of Woburn, May 17, 18S1. ' 



58 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

GIVEN. / 

John Given and Ellen Boyd, both of Woburn, Aug. 2i, 1S73. 
Mary Given and John Graham, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1S77. 
James Given and Lora L. Barnum, both of Woburn. Dec. 14. iSSi. 
Frederick Given and Jennie M. Johnson, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 1883. 
John R. Given (2d) and Mary A. Given (2d), both of Woburn, June iS, 

1889. 
Mary A. (McNulty) Given (2d) and John R. Given (2d), both of Woburn, 

June 18, 1889. 

GLADDIXG. 

Frank R. Gladding, of Providence, R. 1. (2d), and Etta S, Dexter, of 
Woburn (2d), March 6, 1878. 

GLEASON. 

Albert Gleason, of Woburn, and Marv A. Denahy, of Charlestown, Sept. 9, 

1873. 
George O. Gleason and Hattie "E. Converse, both of Woburn, Feb. 8, 1879. 
Mary W. Gleason and Edward G. Pierce, both of Woburn, Tune i, iS8t. 
Mary E. Gleason, of Woburn, and Robert E. Hargrove, of Winchester, Julv 

13, 1882. 
Ellen Gleason, of Woburn (2d), and John Johnston, of Boston (2d), Nov. 

II, 1884. 
Benjamin F. Gleason, of Woburn, and Caroline R. Mayer, of Boston, Aug. 

18, 1886. 

GLEN NO N. 

Thomas Glennon and Bridget Gillis, both of Woburn, Feb. 15. 1885. 

GLIECE. 

Ellen Gliece and John Gorman, both of Woburn, Nov. 3, 187S. 

GOA. 

Omund Goa (2d) and Karen J. N. Christenson, both of W^obum, Dec. 20, 
1888. 

GODSLAND. 

George Godsland and Elizabeth Jackson, both of Boston, Oct. 8, 1873. 

GOFF. 

Alice Goff and Granville Parks (2d), both of Boston, Nov. r6, iSS6. 

GOLDEN. 

Mary Golden, of Winchester, and Bernard Hart, of Woburn, Oct 26, 1882. 

GOODAY. 

CalLx Gooday (2d) and Sarah E. Kenney, both of Woburu, Oct. 24, 1888. 

GOODREAU. 

Jennie Goodreau and Daniel Sullivan, both of Woburn, Feb. 24, 1884. 

GOODRICH. 

Philos J. Goodrich and Arvilla Morrill, both of Woburn, March 31, 1884. 

GOODWIN. 

Carrie W. Goodwin, of Reading, and William J. Drafiin, of Woburn, Oct. 
25, 1883. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 59 

(LOUDON. 

Lucv E. Gordon, of Georgetown, and Charles W. Ames, of Woburn, Dec. 

:9. 1875. 
Michael Gordon (2d) and Ellen Burns, both of Woburn, Nov. 20, iSSo. 
George L. Gordon and Lizzie J. Tay, both of Burlington, Oct. 6. 18S3. 
Isabella Gordon, of Winchester, and Daniel McGiever, of Woburn, Aug. 

23, 18S15. 
Jessie Gordon, of Ma'den, and Albert Dibbins, of Boston, Aug. 24, 1886. 
James Gordon and Bridget Mawn, both of Woburn, Nov. 3, 18S9. 

GOKHA3I. 

Charles E. Gorham and Laura L. Burrows, both of Billerica, Dec. 26, 1875. 
Albert E. Gorham and Esther Kenworthy, both of Woburn, Oct. 16, 1883. 

c;oR3iAX. 

Ann Gorman and Patrick McManus, both of Woburn, Jan. 14, 1876. 

John Gorman and Ellen Gliece, both of Woburn, Nov. 3, 1S78. 

Barney Gorman, of Peabody, and Annie Nlurphy, of Woburn, Nov. 24, i8Sa, 

GOTT. 

Albert D. Gott and Lucy T. Chipman (2d), both of Woburn, July 23, 1881- 
Lumin C. Gott and Mary E. Murphy, both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 1S83. 

GOULD. 

Willis L. Gould and Mary A. Wade, both of Woburn.'Dec. 18, 1890. 

GOWING. 

Kate Gowing and Edgar N Eames, both of Wilmington, July 24, 1878. 

GR.\DY. 

Mary Grady, of Woburn, and Henry W. Donovan, of Stoneham, May 2I, 1882. 
Michael Grady and Honora Ahern, both of Woburn, July 29, 1S83. 

GRAHAM. 

Mary A. Graham and Adam Busteed, both of Woburn, Dec. 21, 1875. 
John Graham and Mary Given, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1S77. 
Matilda Graham and James Campbell, both of Woburn, A^)ril 8, 1S82. 
James Graham, of Woburn, and Fanny S. Spause, of Lynn, Aug. 17, 1883, 
Elizabeth Graham and John H. .McDonald, bnh of Woburn, Oct. 9, 18S3. 
William G. Graham, of Burlington, and Louise H. Hartwell, of Woburn, 

April 2, 1884. 
William Graham, of Woburn, and Sarah Hanlan, of Burlington. Nov. 26, 

1884. 
John (iraham, of Burlington, and Sarah J. Dobbins, of Woburn, March 18, 

1886. 
Edward Graham and Mary Ray Scott (2d), both of Woburn. Oct. 12, 1886. 
Mary A. Graham and William J. Hammond, both of Woburn, Dec. 13, 

1887. 
Lizzie Graham and Henry Barrett, both of Woburn, Oct. 3, 1890 

GRAMWER. 

William D. Grammer and Lotie A. Hyde, both of Woburn, Nov. 12, 1873. 
William D. Grammer (2d) and .Mary A. Simonds, of Burlington, Sept. 19, 

1877- 
Caroline G. Grammer and John W. Johnson, both of Woburn, Jan. 7, 1S79, 
Charles L. Grammer and Henrietta M. Crane, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 

1885. 
William D. Grammer (3d) and Lvra Estella Church, both of Woburn, Aug. 

25, 1886. 



60 WOBURN RECORD OF :i£ARRIAGES. 

GRANFIELD. 

William A. Granfield, of Woburn, and Elizabeth Moore, of Boston, Nov. 2S, 
18S9. 

GRANT. 

Ellen Grant, of Boston, and John K. Doherty, of Woburn (2d), Oct. IQ, 

1882. 
Isaac A. Grant and Laura M. Mills, both of Woburn. Dec. 2i. tSS^?. 
Patrick Grant, of Woburn, and Margaret Doherty, of Cambridge, July 

25, 1887. 
John T. Grant and Julietta Long, both of Woburn, Sept. 27, iSSS. 

GRAVES. 

John D. Graves and Mary F. Giroux, both of Woburn, Oct. 30, 1S73. 

GRAY. 

Fremont A. Gray, of Ale.xander, N. H., and Sarah A. Banks, of Woburn, 

Nov. 26, 1885, 
Inez J. Gray, of Boston, and Joseph R. Green, of Woburn (2d), Oct. 5, 1SS7. 

GREES.* 

Margaret Green and Daniel Roper, both of Woburn, April 23, 1874. 
Mary Green and Thomas Mullen, both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 1874. 
Charles Green and Lottie A. Allen, both of Wilmington, Dec. 5, 1S-5. 
Alvin T. Green, of Woburn, and Frances M. Heald, of Carlisle, Sept. iS, 

1879- 
Thomas A. Green, of Carlisle, and Mary A. Butters, of Burlington, April 27, 

1880. 
Arthur W. Green and Lizzie J. Cummings, both of Woburn, July 29, 18S4. 
Joseph R. Green, of Woburn (2d), and Inez J. Gray, of Boston, (Jet. 5, 1SS7. 
■ Margaret Green and John J. Short, both of Woburn, July 25, 1SS9. 

GREENLEAF. 

Mary E. Greenleaf and Daniel F. Mcintosh, both of Woburn, June 8, 18S7. 
Flora C. Greenleaf, of Woburn, and Fred S. Nichols, of Winchester, June 

16, 1887. 
William R. Greenleaf and Maggie McMurrav, both of Woburn, March 3, 

1889. 
Emma B. Greenleaf and Fred E. Cottle, both of Woburn, Oct. 23, 1SS9. 

GREEN AX. 

William Greenan and Catherine McCaffrey, both of Woburn. Nov. 23, 1889. 

• Dr. Samuel A. Green, of Boston, has kindly forwarded, frqm time to time, to Mr. William R. 
Cutter, our librarian, items relating to Woburn found in early Boston newspapers. Mr. Cutter hais 
published these items in The News at different times and added some ir,teres:ing explanations and 
comments in relation to them. In this book I have incorporated these items, or a s:a;ement about 
them as foot-notes to the surnames to which they properly belonc;, and added a reference to Mr. 
Cutler's newspaper article about them. One of Dr. Green's contributions is given here ; — 

Boston, Mass. Hist. SoaET^•, June 8, iS.y3. 
Dear Mr. Cutter, — Perhaps the item given below may interest you. It is taken from " The 
Boston Weekly News Letter^.' June 20, 1745. 

Yours very truly, Samuel A. Grebn. 

*' We hear from Woburn, that the Meeting-House there was struck by Lightning early last 
Tuesday Morning, and very much shatter'd in several Places." (See The .Ve-.us ol .\ug. 26, iS93.) 



WOBURN RECORD OF -MARRIAGES. 61 

I 

GKIA'DOX. • 

lames Grevdon, of Woburn, and Mary Young, of Winchester, Aug. 6, 1S74. 
Frank W. Greydon, of Woburn, and S. Abbie Pomfret, of Marlboro, Ma\ 
18, 1SS2. 

GKIFFIN. 

Marv Griffin (2d) and Michael O'Connor, both of Woburn, Nov. 30, 1S76. 
Michael Griffin and Margaret Connolly, both of Woburn, Sept. 5, 18S6. 
Marv Griffin, of Winchester, and Patrick Hardiman, of Woburn, April 10, 

1SS7. 
Margaret (Connolly) Griffin (2d) and Thomes A. Jovce, both of Woburn, 

.Sept. 25. iS88. 
Mary Griffin and John S. McSheffrey, both of Woburn, Nov. 10, 1888. 
Margaret Griffin and John W. Daley, both of Woburn, Sept. 25, 18S9. 
Delia Griffin and James E. McGowan, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1890. 

GUANKOIST. 

Amanda Guankoist and John Erlandson, both of Woburn, March 15, 1SS8. 

GUILD. 

Ella E. Guild and Frank H. Burleigh, both of Woburn, May 13, 1888. 

GUIXAN. 

Margaret Guinan, of Waltham, and William F. Kenney, of Woburn, June 2, 

18S4. 
Patrick J. Guinan (2d) and Mary (Smith) McGovern (2d), both of W^obum, 

July 17, 1887. 

GURDEKSEN. 

Matilda Gurdersen and John Nikolaysen, both of Woburn, Oct. 11, 1885. 

GURNEY. 

Edwin W. Gurney, of Winchester, and Fannie L. Lowell, of Woburn, Nov. 
24, 1875. 

GUSTIX. 

Mary A. Gustin, of Winchester, and Alvah B. Heald, cf Woburn, June i, 

1879- 
Clarence H. Gustin and Annie Sinclair, both of Winchester, July 22, 1886. 
Susie A. Gustin, of Winchester, and George H. Newcomb, of Woburn, Nov. 

27, 1889. 

GUY. 

John Guy and Elsie West, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1888. 

HAD LEY. 

Katie Hadley, of Woburn, and George E. Robinson, of Winchester, Dec. 

3'. 1879. 
Hattie E. Hadley and Charles E. Kimball, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 18S3. 

HAGAN. 

Edward Hagan and Margaret M. Foley, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 1887. 

HAGGERTY. 

Patrick Haggerty, of Woburn (2d), and Mary Murray, of Boston, Sept. 29, 

1877. 
Timothy F. Haggerty, of Boston, and Mary E. Doyle, of Woburn, Oct. 3, 

1888. 
William H. Haggerty, of Woburn, and Bridget Sullivan.of Lowell, June 10, 

1890. 



62 WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

« 

HALEY. . • . • 

Bartlett Halev, of Woburn, and Jane Murthe, of Newark, N. ]., Feb. 24, 

1876. 
James P. Halev, of Wincbester (2d), and Bridget (Meehan) McDermott, of 

Woburn (2d)'. Oct. 29, iSS;. 
Mary Haley and Patrick Byron, both of Woburn, Sept. iS, 188S. 

HALL. 

' John Hall (2d) and Maria Holt, both of Boston, March 25, 1873. 
George W. M. Hall, of Boston, and Catherine F. Woodberrv, of Woburn, 

Julv 30, 1879. 
Joseph M. Hall, of Cliftondale (2d), and Delia Day, of Woburn (2d), May 

3, 1881. 
Mary P. C. Hall, of Ipswich (2d), and John Cummings, of Woburn (2d), 

Aug. 25, iSSi. 
Ellen Hall (2d) and Jeremiah Murphy (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 19, 18S1. 
Alfred W. Hall, of Brooklvn, N. Y., and Levina Langill, of Woburn, Dec. 

31, 1884. 
Ellen Hall and George Johnson, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 1886. 
Augusta M. Hall, of Braintree, and Frank. E. Hurd, of Woburn, Sept. i 

1888. 
Valentine Hall, of Woburn, and Dora AHen, of Burlington, March 26, 1S90. 

HALLBERG. 

Hulda C. Hallberg and Morris Johnson, both of Woburn, April 28, 1888. 

HALLTDAY. 

Charles E. Halliday and Ellen M. Buckley, both of Woburn, May ro, 1874. 
George J. Halliday and Joanna M. Looney, both of Woburn, July 28, iS8i. 

HALLORAN. 

Thomas Halloran, of Boston (2d), and Kate Foley, of Woburn, July 9, 1874. 

HALPIN. 

James Halpin (2d) and Theresa (Doherty) McDevitt (2d), both of Woburn, 
April 3, 1888. 

HAM. 

Fred J. Ham, of Boston, and Charlotte Woodman, of Woburn, Oct. 19, 
1877. 

HAMILTON. 

George Hamilton and Ellen Johnston, both of Woburn, March 10, 1877. 
Maria Hamilton, of Woburn, and Richard Irwin, of Lexington, March 22, 

1879- 
Sarah Hamilton, of Woburn, and Peter Horan. of Boston, Oct. 30, 1879. 
Eliza Hamilton and James Coleman, both of Woburn, Nov. 13, 1880. 
Robert H. Hamilton and Elsie M. Richardson, both of Burlington, Julv 2, 

1882. 
Matilda Hamilton and Robert Mahon. both of Woburn, Oct. 27, 1887. 
Sarah Hamilton, of Woburn, and Thomas Beers, of Peabody, Nov. 15, 1888. 

HAMMOND. 

Harriet J. Hammond and J. Foster Deland, both of Woburn, April 29, 1874. 
Mary A. Hammond and Benjamin Millett (2d), both of Woburn, July 12, 

1882. 
John Hammond, of Woburn, and Maggie Love, of Burlington, Nov. t, 1883. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 63 

HA3I>IOXD, eontiniteJ. 

Anna E. Hammond, of Woburn, and Charles A. Burdett, of Boston, Nov. 4, 

1S85. 
Winthrop Hammond and Adelaide L. Rogers, both of Woburn, Feb. 25, 

j8S6. 
William J. Hammond and Mary A. Graham, both of Woburn, Dec. 13, 

1887. 

HANCOCK. 

John Hancock, of Winchendon, and Mary E. Al'en, of Woburn, Oct. 20, 
«874- i 

HANEY. 

Martin Haney and Ellen Flaherty, both of Woburn, June 2, 1S77. 

Charles Hanev, of Boston, and Maria McSheffrey, of Woburn, Nov. 28, 

1877. 
Elizabeth Haney, of W oburn, and Henry W. Powers, of Everett, Oct. 18, 

1885. 

HANLAX. 

Sarah Hanlan, of Burlington, and William Graham, of Woburn, Nov. 26, 
1884. 

HAN LEY. 

Hannah Hanley and Patrick O'Keefe, both of Woburn, Aug. 9, 1877. 
Martin Hanley (2d) and Mary Quigley, both of Woburn, Oct. 22, 1882. 

HANNON. 

Mary Hannon, of Stoneham, and John J. Gilday, of Woburn, May 19, 1889. 

HANSCOI. 

Marcus E. Hanscom, of Stoneham, and Mary J. Maguire, of Woburn, Oct. 

9. 1882. 
-Mary E. Hanscom, of Stoneham, and Nicolas E. McGovern, of Woburn, 
Feb. 15, 1885. 

HANSON. 

Peter N. Hanson, of Woburn, and Christina Johnson, of Boston, Oct. 21, 
1880. ^ 

Carlina Elanson and Peter Carlson, both of Woburn, Oct. 12, 1888. 

HARDIMAN. 

Patrick Hardiman, of Woburn, and Mary Griffin, of Winchester, April 10 
1887. 

HARDING. 

Olive Harding, of Maiden, and Patrick J. Wood, of Woburn, Nov. 30, i888- 

HARDY. 

Thomas N. Hardy, of Amesburv (2d), and Hattie A. Blaisdell, of Woburn, 

May I, 1880. 
Abner H. Hardy, of Boston (2d), and Mary A. Kendall, of Woburn (2d), 

Sept. 23, 1S80. 

HARGRAVE. 

Robert G. Hargrave, of New York, and Florence A. (Todd) Morse, of 
Woburn (2d), Dec. 2, 18S8. 



64 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

HARGROVE. 

Robert E. Hargrove, of Winchester, and Mary E. Gleason, of Woburn, Tulv 
13, 1882. 

HARKIXS. 

Mary Harkins, of Wobum. and John Flannigan, of Lowell, Oct. 18, 1873. 
John Harkins and Bridget Bradley, both of Woburn, Tan. 27, 1876. 
Michael Harkins and Kate Doherty, both of Woburn, Mav r, 1S77. 
Bridget Harkins, of Woburn, and John Miniter, of Aver, April 18. iSSo. 
Rosa Harkins and Augustus J. Lovett, both of Woburn, Jan. S, 1S82. 
Thomas Harkins and Mary E. Foley, both of Woburn, April 11, 1887. 

HARLOW. 

John M. Harlow (2d) and Frances A. Kimball, both of Woburn, Aue. 2, 
1888. 

HARNDEX. 

Edward A. Hamden, of Reading, and Lizzie M. Bancroft, of Wobum, Scot. 
12, 1877. 

HARNEY (see also Herney). 

Thomas Harney and Ellen Shea, both of Woburn, Jan. 6. 1S76. 

Mary A. Harney, of Boston, and Patrick W. Kennev, of Wobum (2d), Nov. 

26, 1877. 
Abby M. Harney, of Woburn, and Thomas Kenney, of Brockton, May 20, 

1880. 

HAROLD. 

.Henry Harold and Mary Collins, both of Woburn, Dec. i, 1S76. 
James Harold and Sarah McCafferty, both of Woburn, Aug. 3, 1884. 

HARPER. 

William C. Harper and Lucia >L Ferguson, both of Amherst, N. S., Nov. 6, 
1S79. 

HARRI^LAN. 

Charles E. Harriman and Stenia J. Levers, both of Woburn, Sept. 19, 1880. 
Carrie M. Harriman and Alton A. Warren, both of Woburn, Jan. 22, 1885. 

HARRINGTON. 

Charles H. Harrington, Jr., and Ellen J. Plympton, both of Woburn, Dec. 

24, 1873. 
Charles H. Harrington and Angle L Haven, both of Burlington, Dec. 26, 

1881. 
Charles H. Harrington (2d) and Catherine Marshall Deviner (2d), both of 

Woburn. March 5, 1885. 
Thomas W. Harrington, of Cambridge, and Margaret A. Cleigh, of Woburn, 

Feb. 8, 1888. 

HARRIS. 

George Harris, Jr., of Milton, and Nancy Archibald, of Wobum, Nov. 4, 

1882. 
Hattie E. Harris and Alonzo H. Ashbee, both of Woburn, Nov. 8, 1882. 
Irene P. Harris, of Woburn, and Cyrus H. Mentzer. of Northboro (2d), 

June 24, 1885. 
Annie M. Harris and Franklin B. Brown, both of Boston, Nov. g, 1889. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 65 

HARRISON. 

Mary Harrison and John Giroux, both of Woburn, March 26, 1877. 

HART. 

George G. Hart, of Woburn, and Phebe Weeks, of Stoneham (2d), Mav 20, 

1S75. 
Lavinia L. Hart and William H. Curtis, both of Woburn, April 30, 1878. 
Bernard Hart, of Woburn, and Mary Golden, of Winchester, Oct. 26, 1882. 

HARTAN. 

John Hartan, of Woburn (2d), and Mary O'Donnell, of Boston, May 17, 

1885. 

HARTSHORNE. 

George F. Hartshorne and Alice A. Carpenter, both of Woburn, May 21, 
1873- 

HARTWELL.* 

Louise H. Hartwell, of Woburn, and William G. Graham, of Burlington, 

April 2, 1884. 
A. Josephine C. Hartwell (2d) and Rufus Smith (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 

6, 1884. 

HARVEY. 

Diantha Harvey, of Woburn (2d), and Mosley Dwight, of Chelsea (3d), 
Oct. 6, 1874. 

HATCH. 

John H. Hatch, of Medford, and Abby C. Peabodv, of Woburn, Nov. 15, 

1876. 
Carrie G. Hatch, of Andover, and William Wilmot, of Woburn, Sept. 20, 

1877. 

HAYES. 

Angle I. Haven and Charles H. Harrington, both of Burlington, Dec. 26, 

1881. 
Otis C. Haven and Angie L. Maynard, both of Burlington, Nov. 2, 1S87. 

HAWKINS. 

Augusta A. Hawkins and Silas F. Corbett, both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 1877. 
Catherine E. Hawkins and Simon J. Callahan, both of Woburn, April 14, 
1887. 

HAY.t 

HAYDEN. 

Edward D. Hayden (2d) and Ellen F. Champney, both of Woburn, Feb. 24, 
1883. 



• See note to Rebd. 

tin TkeNeujso\ July 22, 1893, was an article by William R. Cutter, entitled :" The Mulberry 
Award of 1771," relating 10 Col. Loamml Baldwin and Dr. John Hay, of Woburn, who received 
first and third premiums, respectively, for raising the largest number of mulberry trees in the 
Province o£ Massachusetts. Baldwin raised 733, and Hay 336. 



6t) WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

HAYES. 

Henry B. Hayes (5th) and Caroline R. Brooks, both of Woburn, Feb. 17, 

Charles F. Hayes and Lizzie L. Pinkham, both of Wohurn, April 23, 1S79. 
Mary A. Haves and John Malonev, both of Woburn, Sept. 21, iSSo. 
George N. Hayes, of Lexington, and Susanna J. Fowle, of Burlington, June 

27, 1S82. 
Josie Hayes and C. A. Lunt, both of Woburn, July 23, 1886. 
Mary A. Hayes and Edward J. Doherty, both of Woburn, Nov. 18, i?86. 
Susie A. Hayes and John J. McKittrick, both of Woburn, May 24, 1SS7. 

HAYNES. 

Sarah Haynes, of Xewbury, N. H., and John F. Nason, of Woburn, April 14, 
1880. 

HAYWAUD. 

Rufus C. Hayward and Anna B. Maxwell, both of Woburn, Jan. 2, 1S78. 
Clarence A. Hayward, of Providence, and Clara E. Stearns, of Woburn, 
Sept. 8, 1880. ' 

HEALD. 

Alvah B. Heald, of Woburn, and Mary A. Gustin, of Winchester. June i, 

Frances M. Heald, of Carlisle, and Alvin T. Green, of Woburn, Sept. 18, 

Fannie M. Heald and Frank J. Brown, both of Woburn, Jan. 24. 1883. 
Arthur F. Heald, of Woburn, and Eunice F. Blakely, of Burlington, May 
23. 18S3. 

HEALEY. 

Grace E. llealey and George H. Fowle, both of Woburn, Sept. 12, 1883. 

HEARAN. 

James C. Hearan, of Woburn, and Sarah L. Busteed, of Burlington, Sept. 
28, 1882. 

HEARL (see Hurld). 

HEARTZ. 

Thomas Heartz and Mary A. Jewett, both of Woburn, Dec. 24. 1874. 

t/ HEATH. 

Emma J. Heath, of Lowell, and Eddie A. Russell, of Woburn, Oct. 19, i8Si. 

HECKBERT. 

Annie A. Heckbert and Daniel McLeod, both of Woburn, May 14, 1881. 
Arthur L. Heckbert and Ella A. Leslie, both of Woburn, Oct. 22, 1890. 

^ HEDLUND. 

1 Charles F. Hedlund and Elmer C. Anderson, both of Woburn, May 7, 1887. 

HELLERY. 

Thomas Hellery and Bridget Quaney, both of Woburn, July 13, 1873. 

HELSTR03I. 

August Helstrom and Ida F. Flygenring, both of Woburn, Aug. 21, 1884. 



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WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 67 

HENCHY. * 

James II. Henchy and Julia E. Kenney, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, iSSi. 

HENDERSON. 

Janette E. Henderson and John C. Munroe, both of Winchester, June 14, 

1888. 
Augusta E. Henderson, of Lowell, and Nathan W. Frye, Jr., of Woburn, 

June II, 1890. 

HEXNESSY. 

Stephen P. Hennessy, of Woburn, and Bella F. Robinson, of Winchester, 

Sept. 18, 187S. 
Charles T. Hennessy and Joanna O'Brien, both of Woburn, April 28, 1880. 

HENNIGAN. 

Daniel Hennigan and Katie Sullivan, both of Woburn, Sept. 21, 1876. 

HENRY. 

Nathaniel Henry and Martha L. French, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 1S85. 

HEPS03I. 

Franklin E. Hepsom and Melinda A. Pierce, both of Woburn, Aug. 6, 18S8. 

HERATH. 

George Herath, of Boston, and Kittie Marrinan, of Woburn, Feb. 24. 1886. 

HERNEY (see also Harney). 

Patrick Herney and Mary A. Cullen, both of Woburn. Feb. 28, 1878. 

HERON. 

James Heron, of Everett, and Mary J. McKeam, of Saugus, Dec. 26, 1875. 

HERRICK. 

William H. Herrick, of Winchester, and Annie E. Crosby, of Woburn, June 

22, 1881. 
Ira A. Herrick, of Boston (2d), and Cora B. Walling ord, of Woburn (2d), 

Sept. 2, 1886. 

HERTKORN. 

Charles Hertkorn and Minnie S. York, both of Woburn, Nov. 12, 1879. 

HE\'EY. 

Mary A. Hevey and John H. Murray, both of Woburn, Jan. 27, 1886. 

HEWITT. 

Frederic J. Hewitt and Mary Matthews, both of Woburn, July 28, 1881. 
Arthur Hewitt and Eda Whitenick, both of Woburn, Sept. 20, 1888. 
John Hewitt. Jr., and Bridget O'Brien, both of Woburn, Jan. — , 1889. 

HICKEY. 

Michael T. Hickey and Bridget L. Flaherty, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 1888. 

HICKOX. 

Miriam Hicko.x and George Turner, both of Woburn, Sept 25, 1882. 

HICKS. 

Evelyn E. Hicks and Harry Lewis, both of Woburn, Jan. 25, 1887. 
George Hicks and Julia Buckley, both of Woburn, Aug. 13, 1889. 



68 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

•' 
HIGGINS. 

John C. Higgins and Susan A. Sullivan (2d), both of Woburn. Nov. 29, 1876. 

Ann Higgins and Thomas Marlow, both of Wobnrn, April 6, 1881. 

John Higgins, of Boston, and Theresa Doherty, of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1SS7. 

HILL. 

Ida M. Hill, of Lynn, and Joseph \V. Dewhurst, of Woburn, Aug. 16, 1S74. 
William W. Hill and Cornelia A. Wheeler, both of Woburn, June 21, 1SS2. 
Ellen F. Hill, of Lynn {2d), and Hiram Childs, of Woburn (2d), March 21, 

1SS5. 
Hattie L. Hill and Edward L. Porter (2d), both of Woburn, Dec. 21, 1889. 

HINCKLEY. 

Benjamin Hinckley, of Boston (2d), and Ellen W. Stearns, of Woburn, Sept. 

8, »874. 
H. A. Hinckley and Martha Jacobson, both of Woburn, Oct. 3, 1888. 

HINES. 

William Hines and Maria Delaney, both of Woburn, Nov. 7, 1886. 
Emma E. Hines, of Woburn, and Alvin H. Wright, of Fitchburg, Nov. 7, 
1889. 

HIXGSTOX. 

John R. Kingston, of Lynn (2d), and Ellen McCarthy, of Woburn, Jan. 18, 
1880. 

HOAR. 

Patrick A. Hoar (2d) and Mary (Connor) Fahey (2d), both of Woburn, 
Aug. 7, 1886. 

HOBAN. 

Joseph Hoban, of Winchester, and Annie Gillespie, of Woburn, Feb. 21, 

1882. 

HOBSOX. 

Mary A. (Bartlett) Hobson (2d) and Edwin F. Wyer (2(1), both of Woburn, 
April 4, 1889. 

HODGE. 

John C. Hodge, of Winchester, and Kate Ring, of Woburn, May 8, 1890. 

HODGES. 

Hattie M. Hodges, of Woburn, and James E. Stephens, of Wilmington, 
Sept. II, 1890. 

HOGAX. 

Bridget Hogan, of Woburn, and John J. Broughton, of Burlington, Oct. 29, 

1876. 
Ellen Hogan and Philip Carey (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 28, 1879. 
Patrick Hogan and Bridget Howley. both of Woburn, May 19, 18S1. 
Mannasa Hogan and Maud Duganie, both of Woburn, Dec. 24, 1885. 

HOLLAND. 

Alfred H. Holland, of Boston, and Clara A. Parker, of Woburn, Sept. 5, 

1876. 
Jeremiah Holland and Mary J. Carr, both of Woburn, May 5, 1878. 
Burns Holland, of Woburn, and Annie Fay, of Boston, Oct. 10, 1886. 
George W. Holland and Matilda J. King, both of Woburn, May 4, 18S7. 



WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 69 

HOLLINGSWORTH. 

Christy M. HoUingsworth, of Dedham, and George L. Banks, of TVobum, 
July 14, 1889. 

HOLLO WELL. 

William G. Hollowell and Sarah E. (Dow) Dudley (2d), both of Maiden, 
Nov. 9, 1875. 

HOLT. 

William P. Holt, of North Reading (2d), and Isabella Phillips, of Woburn, 

Jan. 12, 1873. 
Maria Holt and John Hall (2d), both of Boston, March 25, 1S73. 
George S. Holt, of Woburn, and Mary C. Jones, of Boston, June 11, 1874. 

HOLWAY. 

Edwin F. Hoi way, of Sandwich, and Mabel F. King, of Woburn. Tune 2; 
1885. ^ J > 

HOOD. 

Alice F. Hood and David H. Deland, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1877. 
Nellie Hood, of Woburn, and George H. Sherman, of Boston, fan. 20 
1883. 

HOOK. , 

Addie B. Hook, of Stoneham, and Walter M. Burt, of Woburn, Oct. i 
1878. 

HOOPER. 

George E. Hooper, of Woburn (2d;, and Harriet L. Church, of Massena, 

N. Y.. Jan. 26. 1879. 
Henry W. Hooper and Annie Cogan, both of Woburn, April 17, 1884. 
Forest Hooper and Lavinia P. Cook, both of Woburn, Nov. 9, 1884. 

HOPKINS. 

Annie A. Hopkins and Andrew O. Rowe, both of Woburn, Dec. 6, 1887. 

HORAN. 

Peter Horan, of Boston, and Sarah Hamilton, of Woburn, Oct. 30, 1879. 
Ellen Horan, of Boston, and Patrick J. Keenan, of Woburn, Oct. 8, 1885. 

HORNE. 

Abigail (Boutwell) Home, of Woburn (2d), and George A. Blye, of New • 

Bedford (2d), Nov. 10. 1886. 
Edward A. Home, of Woburn, and Hattie M. Cannell, of Lawrence, Nov. ■:. 

10, 1886. 

HORXER. 

Isabella Horner and Timothy Kelley, both of Wobum, Feb. 17, 1874. 
HORSMAN. 

Everard Horsman and Alice A. Fowler, both of Woburn, April 24, 1886. 
HORTOX. 

Caroline L. Horton and John H. Sweetser, both of Woburn, April 2, 1890. 
HOSKINS. 

Elizabeth Hoskins and George A. Simonds, both of Wobum, Nov. 25. 1873. 

David C. Hoskins, of Woburn, and Kate Kane, of Cambridge, Feb. 13, 
1880. 



70 WOBDRN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

HOSKINS, continued. 

Albert F. Hoskins and Teresa C. Hunnewell, both of Woburn, Oct. 28 

1885. 
David C. Hoskins (2d) and Mary C. Fountain (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 

25, 1890. 

HOWARD. 

Edwin T. Howard, of Woburn, and Ella E. Blanchard, of Somerville, Nov. 

30, 1875. 
Jennie E. Howard and Clarence W. Srhith, both of Woburn, Oct. 13, 1877. 
Lemuel Howard, of Woburn (2d), and Margaret Smith, of Boston (2d), Tan. 

26, 1882. -^ 
Mary A. Howard and Humphrey T. Toomev, both of Woburn, April n. 

1882. ' . p J. 

Mary L. Howard, of Woburn, and John H. Walker, of Hopkinton, Oct. 

12, 18S7. 
Jeremiah Howard, of Woburn, and Mary O. Fihellv, of Rockland. Oct. \\, 

1887. 'J' 

HOWE. 

Isaac A. Howe and Susie McBurnie, both of Woburn, Oct. 5, 1876. 
Charles M. Howe, of Methuen,,and Lizzie M. Richardson, of W^obum, Oct 
17, 1877. 

HOWLAN'D. 

Willard Howland and Lottie A. S. Barry, both of Boston, Aug. 24, 1874. 
Alice T. Howland and George E. Kimball, both of Woburn, March 5, 
1878. 

HOWLEY. 

Mary Howley and John Flaherty, both of Woburn, May 13, 1880. 
Bridget Howley and Patrick Hogan, both of Woburn, May 19, 1881. 
► Margaret Howley and Dudley Powers, both of Woburn, Jan. 28, 1888. 

HUDSON. 

Edward W. Hudson (2d) and Louisa C. Engard, both of Woburn, Oct. II, 
iSyo. 

HUGHES (see Huse). 

HUMPHREY. 

Henry A. Humphrey and Maria L Patten, both of Winchester, March 8, 

1874- 
Annie Humphrey, of Winchester, and Adelbert E. Marshall, of Woburn, 

Nov. 15, 1877. 
William F. Humphrey and Eunice E. Peppard, both of Winchester, Nov. 

15, 1877. 

HUNNEWELL. 

S.Jennie Hunnewell and Alonzo L. Perham, both of Woburn, Sept. 3, 1884. 
Teresa C. Hunnewell and Albert F. Hoskins, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 
1885. 

HUNT. 

Nelson W. Hunt and Fannie Buckler (2d), both of Woburn, Jul/ 11, 

1881. 
George H. Hunt, of Stoneham, and Emma L. Claflin, of Winchester, Aug. 

27, 1885. 



WOBITRN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 71 

HUNT, continued. 

Cora B. Hunt and Frank E. Stark, both of Woburn, March 23, 18S7. 
Edwin G. Hunt, of Woburn, and Mar\ F. Beard, of Burlinciton. Nov. 7, 1889. 
Frances Hunt, of Dorchester, and Thomas J. Collins, of Woburn, Mav 11, 
1890. 

HUXTINGTOX. 

Evelyn P. Huntington, of Salem, and Frederick A. Draper, of Woburn, 
July I, 18S8. 

HUNTOON. 

Charles C. Huntoon, of Woburn (2d), and Nellie P. Bowen, of Stoneham, 
Jan. 22, 1887. 

HURD. 

Nellie Hurd (2d) and Martin Morse, both of Winchester, Nov. 3, jSSo. 
Frank E. Hurd, of Woburn, and Augusta M. Hall, of Braintree, Sept. \, 
1888. 

HURLD. 

Sarah Hurld and James McGaffigan, both of Woburn, Sept. 26, 1886. 
Bridget Hurld and Charles Doherty, both of Woburn, July 28, 1S87. 
Hannah Hurld and Hugh McCall, both of Woburn, July 10, 1S87. 

HURLY. 

James A. Hurly and Mary J. McDermott, both of Woburn, April 27, 18S4. 

HUSE. 

John S. Huse, of Woburn, and Mary S. Paine, of Pownal, Me., March 2, 

1875- 
Mary F. Huse and Charles D. Onion (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 15, 1882. 
Julia Huse and John Nolan, both of Woburn, Feb. 8, 1884. 
Tohn S. Huse (2d) and Abbie A. Plummer, both of Woburn, Jan 24, 1888. 

HUTCHINSON. 

Florence H. Hutchinson and Hiram D. Simonds, both of Lj-nn, Oct. 12, 

1875. 
John T. Hutchinson, of Maiden, and Mary A. Mobbs, of W^oburn, Dec. 9, 

1885. 
Fred A. Hutchinson and Honora J.Bradley, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 18S7. 

HYATT. 

Frank A. Hyatt and Tessa E. Garrity, both of Woburn, March 12, 1888. 
Fred J. Hyatt and Emma F. Kempton, both of W^oburn, Jan. 30, 1S90. 

HYDE. 

George W. Hyde and Sarah A. Fowle, both of Stoneham, April 10, 1873. 
Lotie A. Hyde and William D. Grammer, both of Woburn, Nov. 12, 1873. 
Charles H. Hyde, of Maiden, and Gertrude I. Fletcher, of Woburn, Dec. 25, 

1877. 
Helen M. Hyde, of Woburn, and Edwin E. Tiffany, of Southbridge, Jan. 8, 

1879. 
Harriet H. Hyde and Harry P. Parkerson, both of Woburn, Feb. 14. 1883. 
George E. Hvde, of Stoneham (2d), and Eleanor DeLoriea, of Woburn, 

Feb. 9, 18S7'. 

INGERSON. 

Henry C. Ingerson, of Woburn, and Ida I. Cheney, of Lowell, Sept. 14, 
1876. 



72 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

INGEKSOX, continued. 

George L. Ingerson (3d) and Abbie A. Dickerson (2d), both of Woburn, 

Nov. 20, 1878. 
Annie E. Ingerson and George H. Dickson, both of Woburn, May 7, 1879. 
Ida M. Ingerson and Frank A. Weilman, both of Woburn, Nov. 19, 1879. 
Blanche C. Ingerson, of Woburn, and William H. Pruden, of Chelsea, Nov. 

13. 1884. 

IRWIN. 

Richard Irwin, of Lexington, and Maria Hamilton, of Woburn, March 22, 
1879- 

JACKMAN. 

Irving H. Jackman and Ella F. Gilcreast, both of Woburn, Nov. 10, 1886. 

JACKSON. 

Elizabeth Jackson and George Godsland, both of Boston, Oct. 8, 1S73. 
Edwin H. Jackson, of Bethel, Vt., and Annie Gushing, of Woodstock, Vt., 
Nov. 26, 1884. 

JACOBSON. 

Peter Jacobson and Kate Comerson, both of Woburn, Nov. i, 1884. 
Martha Jacobson and H. A. Hinckley, both of Woburn, Oct. 3, 18S8. 

JAMES. 

Addie V. James, of Woburn, ancj Frank H. Elliot, of Winchester, April 17, 

1878. 
Adrianna James (2d) and Warren T. Pierce, both of Woburn, May 14, 1879. 
Edward James and Minnie Shea, both of Woburn, May ;6, 1888. 

JANSON. 

Olive Janson and Peter Matson (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 6, 1S88. 
Joanna J. Janson and Carl J. Manquist, both of Woburn, June 14, 1889. 
Anders Janson and Kirstine K. Nelson, both of Woburn, July 20, 1889. 

JAQtJlTH. 

Sybil A. Jaquith and Sullivan G. Porter (2d), both of Fitchburg, Oct. 30, 1882. 

JAYNE. 

Clement P. Javne (2d) and Sarah J. Tavlor (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 18, 

1875. 
Joseph P. Jayne, of Woburn, and Emma A. Searles, of Salem, Oct. 2, 1884. 

JEFFEKS. 

Mary E. Jeffers, of Woburn, and Joseph F. Winn, of Burlington, Aug. 2, 
1887. 

JELLISON. 

Ada F. Jellison, of Wilmington, and Edwin C. Miller, of Woburn, June 17, 
1886. 

JENNINGS. 

A. Cooper Jennings, of New York City, and Julia M. Dodge, of Woburn 

(2d), Oct. 28, 1874. 
James [ennings and Helena Wright, both of Woburn, May 20, 1877. 
Mary E. Jennings and George W. West (2d), both of Woburn, .May iS, 1881. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 73 

JEWETT. 

Mary A. Jewett and Thomas Heartz, both of Woburn, Dec. 24, 1874. 
Arthur N. Jewett and Julia N. Oliver, both of Winchester, May 3, 1S79. 

JODOIX (see Jordan). 

JOHANSON (see also Johnson). 

Elda M. Johanson and Charles R. Rosenquist, both of Woburn, Nov 21, 
1879. 

JOHNSON.* 

Mary C. Johnson and Ira W. Pickerins. both of Wobum, May 13, 1S73. 
Mary L. Johnson and Worcester L. Winslow (2d), both of Stoneham, June 

24, 1874- 
Albert G. Johnson, of Lowell, and Clara A. Smith, of Woburn, June 21, 1S76. 
Henry M. Johnson, of Lynn, and Ella G. Lewis, of Woburn, Sept. 4, 1S77. 
Alice B. Johnson and William H. McCoy, both of Woburn, April 3, 1S7S. 
John \V. Johnson and Caroline G. Crammer, both of Woburn, Jan. 7, 1879. 
Christina Johnson, of Boston, and Peter N. Planson, of Woburn, Oct. 23, 

1S80. 
John A. Johnson and Augusta Anderson, both of Woburn, Aug. 20, 188 1. 
George F. Johnson (2d) and Maitha H. Farley, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 

1881. 
Edward F. Johnson and Mary E. Simonds, both of Woburn, Sept. 26, 1882. 
Andrew Johnson and Eva Olson, both of W^oburn, May 30, 1SS3. 
Christina Johnson and Christian Nelson, both of Woburn, Sept. 22, 1883. 
Jennie M. Johnson and Frederick Given, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 18S3. 
Catherine Johnson and Frederick Smith, both of Boston, July 20, 1886. 
Geo'ge Johnson and Ellen Hall, both of Wobum, Nov. 21, 1S86. 

• In the settlement of the estate of -Reuben Johnsoji, who died in 1804, his widow, Kezia, was 
given the homestead, with about twenty-two acre?, bounded north on land set to her as her 
thirds in her former husband's estate : west on land of Sylvanu-; Wood [formerly Douglass prop- 
erty]; south an.i east by town roads [Locu<t and Burling'.on Streets]. Th^ residue of the home- 
stead was given to Marshall Johnson, who also received the Great Field of eight acres, one hundred 
and twenty-eight poles, bounded west on the road leading by Nathan Pierce's [Burlington Street] ; 
south on the Rag Rock Road; east on land of, Benjamin Fowle; elsewhere on landi of Lieut. Jo- 
seph Winn and Abtl Winn. [See notes under Baldwin, Briicr, 1- owle, and Reed, for history of 
this land.] To Luke Johnson was given the Tyler pasture of nine acres and twenty-five poles, 
bounded "orth, east, and south on town roads [Locust, Burlington, and Garden Sireetsl and land 
of John Flagg, and west on land of Benjamin Fo«le. To Marshall Joh-is^n was given the Doug- 
lass pasture of seventeen acres, twenty-four poles [present Rufus Lover. nj property on Cambridge 
Street], bounded east on the country road; nnrth and west on Sylvanus Wood, elsewhere on Col. 
Abijah Wheeler [pirt of late John Weston place]. To the widow was given the V.'yinan lot, 
probably at Wood Hill; to John Johnson, the Richardson lot, also at Wood Hil, containing seven 
acres and fiftv-five poles, and the Thornton lot. To Reuben Johnson w.^i assigned the Horn Pond 
lot, south of General Thompson's tannery, and also a lot at Hungry Plain. 

Reuben^ Johnson (son of Reuhen' and Sarah [Johnson] Johnson) was bom 1751 and died Aug. 
12, 1S04. He married K.ezia (Wyman) Baldwin, a daughter of Zebadiah and .Ab gail fPierce) 
Wyman. She was born April S, 17+8, married Reuel Baldwin Oct 4, 1769, and Reuben Johnson 
^"K- 5, 1777- She died Oct. 23, 1S22. Their children were: < i) Abigail, brrn Oct. 10, 177'?, mar. 
ried James Bruce, Aug. i, 1815, and died April 13, 1864. (2) fCfzia, born March 22, 1781, married 
Hanson Connor, of Maiden, March 20, 1812, and died .Aug. 2, iS'k). (3) Reuben, born Oct. 19, 
1782, died in Arlington July 16, 1837. He married, first, May 20, 1810, Sarah Abbott Warren, who 
died April 29, iSii : second, Oc . 24, I82^. Rachel Bucknam, who .survived him ; afterwards mar- 
ried John C. Martain, and died in Cambridge .Aoril 10, 1^73. ^4) Marshall, born Julv 2;, 17S4, 
died in Chelsea ^L^rch 17, 1866. He married, iirst, .April 25, 1813, Hannah Center, of Charles- 
town (born 1792, died Nov. 3, 18361: second, Feb. 28, 11^7, her sister, AJ.ce Center, bom 1797, 
died March 10, 1S66. (5) Luke, born Sept. 6, I78'5, died June 26, i3ii. (6) Jolin, bom April 
28, 178s, died March 17, 1858. He married, first, Sallv Kendall (daughter nf Obadiah), April 22, 
»8i3. who died Dec. 25, 1844; second, Jan. 12, 1848, Eiiza Butnam, ol" Lowell, born Feb. 12, i3io, 
and died Dec. 12, 1881. 

" Monday afternoon Ust Benjamin Johnson, a student at Harvard College, son of Capt. John- 
son, of Woburn, going into water at Cambridge, sunk and wss drowned ne.4r the bridj-." — 'ihe 
BoitoH Gazette and Country Journal, June 28, 1756. See T/ie yezus of Aug. 26, 1893. 



74 WOBUnX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

JOHNSON, continued. 

S. W. Johnson and Ingerid E. Bohman, both of Woburn, Dec. i8, iS86. 
Morris Johnson and HuldaC. Hallberg, both of Woburn, April 2S, 1SS8. 
Mary A. Johnson and James E. Plunimer, both of Woburn, Aug. 19, 18SS. 
Swan Johnson and Marv C. Swanson, both of Woburn, Sept. 30, 1S88. 
Mabel L. Johnson and Charles W. Reilley, both of Woburn, May 29, 1889. 
Augusta Johnson and Charles Ericson, both of Woburn, March 22, 1890. 
Augusta C. Johnson and Alfred L. Olson, both ot Woburn, Xov. 21, 1890. 
Neil C. Johnson and Mary Melterson, both of Woburn, Dec. 5, 1890. 

JOHNSTON. 

Ellen Johnston and George Hamilton, both of Woburn, March 10, 1877. 
John Johnston, of Boston (2d), and Ellen Gleason, of Woburn (2d), S'ov. 

II, 1884. 
Frederick Johnston and Maggie E. Gallagher, both of Woburn, April 16, 1885. 

JOHONNOTT. 

Charles B. Johonnott and Susie E. Brown, both of Woburn, Sept. 26, 1887. 

JONES. 

Thomas H. Jones and Julia A. McCarthy, both of Woburn, April 8, 1874. 
Mary C. Jones, of Boston, and George S. Holt, of Woburn, June" 11, 1S74. 
Ada T.Jones and Henry Dike (3d), both of Stoneham, Xov. 22, 1875. 
Louisa Jones, of Melrose, and James W. McCrillis, of Woburn, Sept. 19, 

1877. 
Susie C. Jones and Charles H. Ellard, both of Woburn, Dec. 14, 1877. 
Jessie I. Jones and Walter S. Cushing, both of Woburn, Aug. 28, 1S78. 
Elizabeth J. Jones, of Woburn, and Charles L. O'Neil.of Boston (2d), June 

IS. 1879. 
David H. Jones and llattie E. Bowers, both of Woburn, June 16, 1880. 
C. Mabel Jones, of Woburn, and Robert L. Austin, of W inchester, Jan. 19, 

1882. 
Fannie E. Jones, of Middletown, N. Y., and Frank W. Wood, of Woburn, 

April 18, 1882. 
Lewis H. Jones and Mary E. Foley, both of Woburn, Xov. 29, 1882. 
Annie M. Jones, of Woburn, and George H. Mower, of Boston, Feb. 25, 

1885. 
Carrie J. Jones, of Boston, and Edmund C. Leathe, of Woburn, Aug. 25, 

1890. 

JORDAN. 

Damase Jordan and Lora Lavigne, both of Woburn, Dec. 19, 1886. 
Kate Jordan and Edward W. Tatro, both of Woburn, Aug. 15, 1887. 
George F. Jordan (2d) and Delia S. Lovejoy, both of W^oburn, June I, 18S9. 

JOYCE. 

William Joyce and Mary Flaherty, both of Woburn, July 19, 1874. 
Patrick Joyce and Jane Melay, both of Woburn, Oct. 12, 1S77. 
Mary Joyce (2d) and John Weafer, both of Woburn, Sept. 4, i88(. 
Martin Joyce and Mary A. O'Donnell, both of Woburn, Xov. 23, 188 1. 
Mary Joyce and Thomas Connolly, both of Woburn, Oct. 27, 1886. 
Michael J. Joyce and Ellen T. .Morgan, both of Woburn, Xov. 10. 1887. 
Rose (Leonard) Joyce (2d) and Thomas J. Matthews (2d), both of Woburn, 

June 25, 18S8. 
Thomas A. Jovce and Margaret (Connolly) Griffin (2d), both of Woburn, 

Sept. 25, 1888. 

JUDGE. 

Annie Judge and Michael McCarron, both of Woburn, June 10, 1877. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 75 

KANE. 

Kate Kane, of Cambridge, and David C. Hoskins, of Woburn, Feb. ij,. 

iS8o. 
Tiniothv D Kane, of Woburn, and Annie Spillane, of Boston, Oct. 24, 1S83, 
Patrick'Kane and Margaret F. Sharry, both of Woburn, Aug. 4, 1S87. 

KAXNEY (see also Canney and Kenney). 

Ellen Kanney, of Winchester, and Michael Gilgun, of Woburn, Aug. 8, 

1S83. 
Bridget Kanney and Bernard Gilgun, both of Woburn, Nov. 16, 1S85. 

KEADY (seeC.^DY). 

KEARNA.V (see Kernan). 

Margaret Kearnan and James Smith, both of Woburn, May 21, 1874, 

KEARNS. 

Michael Kearns and Mary McMahon, both of Woburn, Aug. 27, 1874. 
Alice Kearns and Frank O'Brien, both of Woburn, Feb. 22, 1879. 

KEATING. 

John Keating, of Woburn (2d), -and Abbie Leonard, of Boston (2d), May 30, 

1878. 
Annie T Keating and Thomas F. Uyan, both of Woburn, April 10, 1882. 
Mary A. Keating and Patrick F. .NTaeuire, both of Woburn, April 26, 1SS5, 
Bridget Keating and John F. Eagan, both of Woburn, Dec. 9. 18S6. 
John Keating and .Annie Byrne, both of Woburn, Nov. 16, 18S7. 
Bridget T. Keating and Thomas W. Salmon, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 

1889. 
Lizzie Keating and William C. Murphy, both of Woburn, June 12, 

1890. 

KEEGAX. 

Elizabeth Keegan and William J. Scally, both of Woburn, April 4, 18S3. 

KEELIX. 

Jori.uia u:»ci\-,, ot Winchester, and Carl Anderson, of Woburn, Aus. 6, 
■^1887. ^ 

KEEXAN. 

Patrick J. Keenan, of Woburn, and Ellen F^oran, of Boston, Oct. 8, 1885. 
Margaret A. Keenan, of Woburn, and Michael Walsh, of Boston, April 21:, 
1886. ' f :>' 

KELLEY. 

Timothy Kelley and Isabe'la Horner, bjth of Woburn, Feb. 17, 1874. 
Michael Kelley (2d) and Ann McDonough, both of Woburn, .\pril 20, 1876. 
Mark Kelley and .Marv Mitchell, both of Woburn, Feb. 13, 1S77. 
Fannie M. Kellev, of Chelsea (2d), and William C. Cummings, of Woburo 

(2d), Aug. 16, 1S80. 
Frank A. Kellev, of Stoneham, and Florence N. Mason, of Woburn, May •?, 

1881. ' y -y- 

James E. Kelley, of Wilmington, and Mary J. Martin, of Woburn, July 2, 

1 88 1. 
Peter Kelley, of Winchester (2d), and Mary McFeeley, of Woburn, July 

28, 1 88 1. 
Sarah J. Kelley and Charles D. Adams, both of Woburn, Aug. 3, 1S81. 



76 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

KELLEY, continued. 

Thomas Kellev, of Woburn, and Mary A. E. Maloney. of Lexington, Tuly 

20. 18S2. ' ^ b ' J y 

Seth W. Kellev and Emma A. Putnam, both of Woburn. July 26, 1883. 
John Kelley and Bridget ^^cHugh, both of Woburn, July 23, 1S84. 
John Kelley and Bridget Nolan, both of Woburn, Nov. 15, 1884. 
kose Kelley and Patrick H. McCall, both of Woburn, Jan. 17, 18S5. 
Lucv A. Kelley (2d) and Charle.s R. Nimbleit, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 

1885. 
Hannah E. Kelley and John E. Farry, both of Woburn, Jan. 28, 1S86. 
Annie Kelley, of Lvnn, and Bartley Lynch, of Woburn, Jan. 31, 1SS6. 
Marietta Kelley and Martin J. Walsh, both of Woburn, June 24, 1S86. 
Charlotte M. Kelley and William C. Parker, both of Woburn, Aug. 7, 1886. 
Margaret Kelley and Matthew Connolly, both of Woburn, April 12, 1S8S. 

KELLEHEK. 

Abbie Kelleher and John Wa'sh, both of Woburn, Jan. 26, 1887. 

KELLOGG. 

Sophia W. Kellogg, of Orange (2d), and Thomas J. Pierce, of Woburn (2d), 
April 7, 1875. 

KEMPTOX. 

Lydia A. Kempton and Lyman B. Mason, both of Stoneham, April 20, 1876. 
Emma F. Kempton and Fred J. Hyatt, both of Woburn, Jan. 30, 1890. 

KEINSELLA. 

Andrew Keinsella, of Stockbridge, and Fannie McClinchy, of Woburn, 
April 10, 1883. 

KENDALL.* 

Almond M. Kendall and Laura A. Marshall (2d), both of Dunstable, Aug- 

30, 1877- 
Amos Kendall, of Lowell, and Mary A. Bowers, of Woburn, March 13, 

1878. 
James E. Kendall, of Cambridge, and Mary C. Blanchard, of Woburn, Oct. 

16, 1878. 
George E. Kendall and Abbie A. Withum, both of Woburn, May 25, iSSo. 
Mary A. Kendall, of Woburn (2d), and Abner H. Hardy, of Boston (2d), 

SepL 23, 1880. 
Frank L Kendall and Marguerite L. Masten, both of California, in Cali- 
fornia, Sept. 6, i88i.t 
Mary J. Kendall, of Reading, and Constantine Cooper, of Bradford, Jan. 24, 

1882. 
Charles P. H. Kendall, of Woburn, and Nellie M. Fogg, of Wakefield, Oct. 

28, 1884. 
Annie L. Kendall and Walter B. Randall, both of Woburn, June 15, 1S86. 
Emma F. Kendall and William A. Mitchell, both of Woburn, Jan. 10, 18S8. 
Mattie C. Kendall, of Waltham, and John C. Davis, of Woburn, Jan. 9, 
• iSgo. 

• By deeft dated March i, i?35, and recorded at Cambridge, Jacob Fowle, of Woburn, tailor, and 
Mary, his wife, quitclaim to Joha Fox, of Woburn, clerk, all interest -n certain estates in Gilder- 
«tone, Pariih of Battley, County of York, England, "being part of ilie one half of our mother 
Abigail Kendall's intere<t and the qjarter part of our .\unt r)rirnthy Alcock's -n said lands 
which they died seized tf." .Abigail Kendall's maiden name was Broughton. 

t Their children r\re : ( 1 ) Frank Cutlrr, b. July 14, 18S2 ; (2) Isabel Ahrgni'rite. b. .Aug. 20. 
1883; (3 J Joseph Masten, b. Dec. 21, 1884; (4) Stewart /rvDtji; h. Sept. 10, iSS; ; (5) Kenneth 
JCeyes, b. Sept. 7, 1S91 ; (6) a girl, b. .Aug. 6, 1893. 



WOBORN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 77 

KENDKICK. 

S. EHgar Kendrick (2d) and Abbie L. Mann, both of Woburn, June 11 
1885. 

KENNEDY. 

Tames C. Kennedy and Alice E. O'Brien, both of Woburn, June 16, iS8r. 
Maria Kennedy, of Stoneham, and John Carroll, of Woburn, June 24, 1S86. 
Matthew L. D. Kennedy and Mary L. Sullivan, both of Woburn, Jan. 14, 

1SS9. 
Kate Kennedy and Jeremiah Shea, both of Woburn, Sept. 18, 1890. 

KENNEY (see also Kanney). 

Florence E. Kennev, of Stoneham, and Frank L. Morrill, of Woburn, Nov, 

30, 1873. 
Margaretta Kenney, of Woburn, and Thomas F. Flynn, of Cambridge, July 

7.'i875- 
Patrick W. Kenney, of Woburn (2d), and Mary A. Harney, of Boston, Nov. 

26. 1877. 
Thomas Kenney, of Brockton, and Abby M. Harney, of W'oburn, May 20, 

1880. 
John T. Kenney, of Stoneham, and Mary A. McCarthy, of Woburn, July 

14. iSSi. 
Julia E. Kenney and James H. Henchy, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 1881. 
John Kenney. of Woburn, and Catherine Kenney, of Winchester, Feb. 13, 

1882. 
Catherine Kenney, of Winchester, and John Kenney, of Woburn, Feb. 13, 

1882. ^ 
Fanny Kenney, of Wobbrn, and Thomas McGuane, of Ayer, Oct. 24, 1S82. 
Elizabeth Kenney and William Dempsey, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1883, 
John Kenney (3d) and xMary Wood, both of Woburn, Nov. 26, 1884. 
Bridget Kenney and Jeremiah Cronin, both of Woburn, Jan. 6. 1SS5. 
John Kenney and Mary Marlow. both of Woburn, May 28, 18S6. 
William F. Kenney, of Woburn, and Margaret Guinan, of Waltham, June 2, 

1886. 
Sarah E. Kenney and Cali.K Gooday (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 24, 1888. 
William C. Kenney and Margaret M. Mihoney, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 

1890. 

KENWORTHY. 

Mary A. Kenworthy, uf Winchester, and Arthur Sisson, of Franklin, July 28, 

188 1. 
Esther Kenworthy and Albert E. Gorham, both of Woburn, Oct. 16, 1883. 

KEOHAN. 

Mary Keohan and James W. Mclnnis, both of Woburn, May 15, 1882. 

KERNAN (see also Clrnan and Kearnan). 

Bernard Kernan and Mary Corbett, both of Woburn, May 8, 1884. 

KERRIGAN. 

Owen Kerrigan and Maggie Marran, both of Woburn, May 31, 1876. 

John F. Kerrigan and Margaret A. Gallagher, both of Woburn, Aug. 30, 

1883. 
Thomas Kerrigan, of Woburn, and Maria McDonough, of Stoneham, Sept, 

28, 1884. 
Mary Kerrigan and Francis Maguire, both of Woburn. Oct. 13, 1887. 
Nora Kerrigan, of Woburn, and James J. Rochefort, of Winchester, April 

28, 18S9. 



78 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

KERRIGAN, conlimted. 

Michael Kerrigan, of Woburn.and Kate McDermott, of Stoneham, May 21, 

iSgo. 
Mary Kerrigan, of Stoneham, and Patrick Fallon, of Woburn.Oct. 12, 1S90. 

KETCHUM. 

George C. Ketchum, of Lawrence, and Annie M. Taylor, of Wobum, Oct. 
29, 1S89. _, 

KIDDER. 

, Jennie Kidder and William Wilmot (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 12, 1SS4. 
Catherine E. (Smith) Kidder, of Woburn {3d), and Thomas H. Rogers, of 
Boston, Feb. — , 1SS9. 

KIHLMAN. 

Ida O. Kihlman and Pontus Carlson, both of Woburn, June 5. 1S90. 

KILBURX. 

Sarah M. Kilbum (2d) and William H. Drew (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 
6. 1873. 

KILLALEE. 

Thomas Killalee and Ann McAvoy (2d), both of Woburn, April 12, 1875. 

KILLIAN. 

Hannah E. Killian, of Woburn, and William Phillips, of Hadlev, Oct. 9, 
1884. 

KILPATRICK. 

Robert W. Kilpatrick, of Maiden, and Amanda A. Ferguson, of Wobum, 

Aug. 17, 18S0. 
Anna J. Kilpatrick and John T. Ferguson, both of Maiden, April 17, 1884. 
Phenie Kilpatrick, of Woburn, and George Morrosv, of Burlington, Oct. 30, 

1890. 

KIMBALL. 

William- H. Kimball and Lydia E. Tweed, both of Woburn, March 31, 

1875. 
Caddie ^^. Kimball, of Wobum, and Clarence P. Stetson, of Washington, 

D. C. Sept. I, 1875. 
Richard H. Kimball, of Woburn, and Ida Bailey, of Peterboro', N. H., Dec. 

21, 1877. 
George E. Kimball and Alice T. Howland, both of Woburn, March 2, 1878. 
Ellen J. Kimball, of Hiram, Me., and William A. Smith, of Woburn, Aug. 

7, 1878. 
W. H. Kimball, of Woburn, and Lena Fay, of Stoneham, Feb. 27, 1879. 
Benjamin F. Kimball and Harriet C. Cummings, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 

1880. 
Charles E. Kimball and Elizabeth E. Childs, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 

1880. 
Ensign L. Kimball, of Revere, and Sadie E. Otis, of Medford, Feb. 2t, iSSi. 
Charles E. Kimball and Hattie E. Hadlev, both of Woburn, Xov. 29, 188 ■'v 
Frances A. Kimball and John M. Harlow'(2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 2, iSSS. 

KING. 

Mary King and John Nolan, both of Woburn, Feb. 18. 1874. 

John King, of Boston (2d), and Mary Flaherty, of Woburn, July 28, 1874. 

Olive R. King and George E. Flagg, both of Woburn, Xov. 4, 1877. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 79* 

KING, conlinued. 

Mary King (2d) and Michael Connolly, both of Wobum, March 14. 1S81. 

Mary Kine and John Mulrenan, both of Woburn, April 20, iSSc;. 

Mabel F. King, of Woburn, and Edward F. Holwav, <if Sandwich, June 25, 

t8S^. 
Matilda J. Kin? and George W. Holland, both of Woburn, May 4, 18S7. 
Annie King, of Woburn, and Michael Flaherty, of Boston, Oct. 27, 18S9. 
Fannie W. King and Charles R. Brown, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1889. 

KINXEAR. 

Ida A. M. Kinnear and Ainsley E. Douglass, both of Woburn, April 23, 
1890. 

KINXEY (see Kenney). 

KINSMAN. 

Frank W. Kinsman, Jr., of Augusta, Me., and Clara I. Ellard, of Woburn, 
Oct. 27, 1883. 

KIRK. 

Mary P. Kirk, of Winchester, and George E. Waters, of Woburn, Feb. 23, 
1S81. 

KNAPP. 

Sarah C. Knapp and Charles O. Ames (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 12, 

1876. 
E. Mabel Knapp and Arthur U. Dickson, both of Wobum, N'ov. 22, 1882. 
Walter C. Knapp and Sarah J. La Belle, both of Woburn, Dec. 11, 1886. 

KNIGHT. 

Ida R. Knight and John B. Pearsons, both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 1876. 
James C. Knight and Harriet A. Richardson (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. l8, 

1878. 
Caroline P. Knight (2d) and Timothy Frye (2d), both of Woburn, Dec. 22, 

1881. 

KNOWLTON. 

Ella M. Knowlton (2d) and William S. Weston, Jr., both of Nashua, N. H., 

July 3, 1877. 
Lucy .\I. Knowlton and George T. Ball (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 26, 

1879. 
Amos H. Knowlton, of Wobum, and Adeline W. Patch, of Littleton, Dec. 

31, i88r. 

KNOX. 

Lillian L. Knox, of Wobum, and George R. Whitcher, of Springfield, Sept. 
17. 1883. 

KYLE. 

Jennie E. Kyle and Henrv McMinn, b-'th of Woburn, June 24. 18S6. 

Maggie Kvle and Joseph Bettle, both of Woburn, N'ov. 21, 1889. 

Ephraim Kyle, of Medford. and Mary A. Cullen, of Woburn, Feb. t6, 1S90. 

LA BELLE. 

Sarah J. La Belle and Walter C. Knapp, both of Woburn, Dec. 11, 1886. 
Hattte L. La Belle, of Waitsfield, Vt., and Josiah A. Smith, of Fayston, Vt., 
Dec. 24, 1888. 



80 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

IJLCASSE. 

Alphonzo L. La Casse, of Woburn, and Agnes Painchand, of Cambridge, 

March 2. 1S86. 
Alphonse La Casse, of Woburn (2d), and Josephine Conture, of Winchester, 

May 5, iSSS. 

liAFFEUTY. 

Peter Lafferty and Annie J. Ferrin, both of Woburn, Sept. 21, 1887. 

I.AHEY. 

Mary A. Lahev and John H. Devlin, both of Woburn, April 15, tSSo; 
Patrick H. Lahev, of Woburn, and Margaret T. Mahoney, of Chekea, Aug. 
10, 18S9. 

L.AMINE. 

Joseph Lamine, of Woburn, and Mary Leonard, of Winchester, March 4, 
1S78. 

LANE. 

George W. Lane, of Woburn, and Ann J. Barry, of Winchester, June 21, 

1873. 
William H. Lane, of Medford, and Alice M. Weston, of Woburn, Nov. 17, 

1875. 
John R. Lane, of Woburn (2d), and Elizabeth B. Nottage, of Melrose, Dec. 

22, 1881. 

LlANGILL. 

Amos Langill and Henrietta C. Rogers, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 18S1. 
Levina Langill, of Woburn, and Alfred W. Hall, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec 
31, 1884. 

liAXGLAND. 

Robert J. Langland and Elizabeth McFarlane, both of Woburn, March 8, 
1882. 

liANGLOIS. 

Louise Langlois and George M. Carpenter, both of Woburn, Nov, 27, 1888. 

liARKlN. 

John A. Larkin, of Maiden, and Kate E. Wood, of Woburn, Dec. 29, 
1S80. 

L.ARRABEE. 

Carrie S. Lariabee, of Peabody, and George A. Boutwell, of Woburn, May 
5, 1880. 

liAUBXER. 

Walpurga Laubner and George E. Dodge, both of Boston, March 30, 1889. 

liAUNDRY. 

Abbie M. L. Laundry (2d) and John F. M. Burke (2d), both of Boston, Oct. 
13. 1885.- 

L.AURITSOX. 

Nielsene Lauritson and Harry Miller, both of Woburn, Nov. 9, 18S7. 

LAUTZ. 

Bennet T. Lautz. of Dover, and Mary A. Cox, of Woburn, Oct. 18, 1882. 



WOBCRN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 81 

LAVIGNE. 

Alexis R. D. Lavigne (2d) and Marv Fay (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 7, 

1SS2. 
Faren Lavigne and Rosanna Moball (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 23, 1883. 
Lora Lavigne and Damase Jordan, both of Woburn, Dec. 19, 1S86. 

LAVIX. 

Nora Lavin, of Stoneham, and John McGarry, of Woburn, Aup. ti, 1884. 
Annie Lavin and Edward Marlow. both of Woburn, April 6, 18S7. 
Thomas Lavin and Ellen Cogan, both of Woburn, June 26, 1S87. 

LAWSOX. 

Christina Lawson and Christian E. Miller, both of Woburn, March 23, 
1885. 

LEATHE. 

Frank H. Leathe and Elvira E. Munroe, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1873. 
Ada E. Leathe and Herbert S. Dickinson, both of Woburn, April 4, 1S76. 
Hattie A. Leathe and Charles E. Clarke, both of Woburn, March 15, 1879. 
Edmund C. Leathe, of Woburn, and Carrie J. Jones, of Boston, Aug. 25, 
1890. 

LE CLAIR. ' 

Marianna Le Clair, of Stoneham, and Edward A. Dow, of Woburn, Feb. 
17, iS86. 

LEDREW. 

Annie Ledrew, of Lexington, and William M. Cameron, of Woburn, Feb. 
23, 1887. 

LE FAVE. 

Svlvina Le Fave, of Woburn, and Rosa Doucette, of Yarmouth, N. S., May 
20, 1885. 

LEGERE. 

Frank Legere and Fanny Smith, both of Woburn, Aug. 30, 1886. 

LEXARBEAU. 

Kittie J. Lenarbeau, of Montreal, and Kilborn J. Brown, of Boston (2d), 
Jan. 2, 1887. 

LENXAX. 

John Lennan, of Woburn, and Margaret Connor, of Stoneham, Nov. 2, 
1884. 

LENOX. 

Elizabeth Lenox, of W^oburn, and John D. Finn, of Boston (2d), Feb. 21, 
1882. 

LENTZ. 

Emil Lentz and Anna Miller, both of Woburn, Oct. 12, 1S88. 

LEOXARD. 

Mary Leonard, of Winchester, and Joseph Lamine, of Woburn. March 4, 

1878. 
Abbie Leonard, of Boston (2d), and John Keating (2d), of Woburn, May 3% 

1878. 



82 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

LESLIE. 

Helen F. Leslie, of Aver, and George VV. Nichols, of Woburn, Nov. t2, 

1879- 
Ida M. Leslie and James E. Eaton, bnh of Woburn, July 12, 1880. 
Ella A. Leslie and Arthur L. Heckbert, both of Woburn, Oct. 22, 1890. 

liEVERS. 

Stenia J. Levers and Charles E. Harriman, both of Woburn, Sept. 19, t88o. 

LEWIS. 

George V. Lewis and Phebe M. Newcomb, both of Woburn, Dec. 27, 1S76. 
Ella G. Lewis, of Woburn, and Henry M. Johnson, of Lynn, Sept. 4, 1877. 
Arthur W. Lewis, of Woburn, and Harriet G. Swain, of VVilmington, April 

26, i88r. 
Harry Lewis and Evelyn E. Hicks, both of Woburn, Jan. 25, 1887. 

LIGHT. 

Oliver Light and Mary Buckley, both of Woburn, Jan. 10, 1886. 

LINCOLN. 

Emily S. (Gould) Lincoln (2d) and Walter Widgerv (2d), both of Woburn, 

Sept. 23, 1886. 
Frank A. Lincoln, of Washington, D. C. (2d), and Lucy B. Frye, of Woburn 

(2d), Jan 10, 1887. 
Charles H. Lincoln, of Woburn, and Ida B. Tabbut, of Newton, N. H., Jan. 

7. '890. 

LIN D ALL. 

Augustus Lindall, of Winchester, and Augusta C. Anderson, of Woburn, 
May 24, 1890. 

LINDSLEY. 

Byron Lindsley, of New York, and Jessie Rundle, of Woburn, March 28, 
1888. 

LINNELL. 

Joseph Linnell (2d) and Martha C. Parker, both of Woburn, Jan. 8, 1873. 
Joseph Linnell, of Shanghai, China, and Rebecca S- Linnell, of Woburn, 

Feb. 12, 1873. 
Rebecca S. Linnell, of Woburn, and Joseph Linnell, of Shanghai, China, 

Feb. 12, 1873. 

LITTLE. 

William C. Little, of New Market, N. H. (2d), and Phebe R. Moore, of Wo- 
burn (2d), April 23, 1874. 

James Little, of Woburn (2d), and Celia CuUen, of Georgetown, Oct. 14, 
1875. 

William H. Little and Mary Finn, both of Woburn, July 25, 1883. 

William A. Little, of New York City, and Charlotte J. Farnsworth, of Wo- 
bam, June 25, 18S9. 

LIVINGSTON. 

Mary L. C. Livingston and Charles E. Thompson, both of Woburn, Sept- 
I, 1888. 

LOCKE. 

George L. Locke and Lizzie Ellis, both of Winchester, Sept. 12, 1S80. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 83 

LOGAN. 

George A. Logan and Catherine (Kellev) Loonev (2d), both of Woburn, 
Jan. 7, iSSST 

LOGUE. 

Patrick Logue and Ellen McDevitt, both of Woburn, Sept. 21, 1S73. 
John Lopue and Mary McDonald, both of Woburn, June 24, 1S86. 
Nellie Logue and Thomas F. Connolly, both of Woburn, Jan. 13, 1SS7. 

LOMBARD. 

Julia Lombard and James Carroll, both of Woburn, June 6, 188S. 

LONG. 

Thomas T. Long (2d) and Margaret Ford, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 1878. 
James E. Long, of Cambridge, and Annie J. Anderson, of Woburn, Dec. lo, 

18S5. 
Julietta Long and John T. Grant, both of Woburn, Sept. 27, 188S. 

LOONEY. 

William C. Li oney and Fanny Mulholland, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 1877. 
Elizabeth H. Looney and John G. Connolly, both of Woburn, June 17, 

1880. 
Joanna M. Looney and George J. Halliday, bpth of Woburn, Julv 28, i88r. 
Mary A. Looney and Patrick J. Murphy, both of Woburn, May 24, 1SS3. 
James J. Looney and Catherine Riley, both of Woburn, Oct. 21, iS34. 
Catherine (Kelley) Looney (2d) and George A. Logan, both of Woburn, 

Jan. 7, 1S88. 

LORD. 

Thomas H. Lord and Margaret Callahan, both of Woburn, Oct. 5; 1873. 
George H. Lord and Minnie E. Turner, both of Woburn, Dec. 16, iS5>6. 
Bertha A. Lord, of Woburn, and Fred W. Smith, of Tilton, N. H., Dec. 24, 
T890. 

LOREXDO. 

Lillie A. Lorendo, of Woburn, and Henry Boyce, of Boscawen, N. H., Jan. 
I, 1883. 

LORING. 

Julia A. Loring, of Barnstable, and Warren T. Butler, of Woburn, Dec. 23, 

1875. 

LOUNSBURY. 

Frederic W. Lounsbury and Frances E. Burbank, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 
1883. 

LOVE. 

Eliza J. Love and Andrew F. Ray, both of Woburn, May 23, 1876. 
Maggie Love, of Burlington, and John Hammond, of W'oburn, Nov. i, 1883. 

LOVE JOY. 

Josephine Lovejov, of Reading, and Cjtus N. Richardson, of Woburn, June 

4, 1885. 
Delia S. Lovejoy and George F. Jordan (2d), both of Woburn, June i, 1889. 

LOVELESS. 

Wallace E. Loveless, of Boston, and Fannie M. Morrill, of Woburn, May 
17, 1880. 



84 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

LOVEKING. 

Lena S. Lovering, of VVoburn, and William T. Caswell, of Idaho (2d), Feb. 
12, 1890. 

LOVETT. 

Augustus J. Lovett and Rosa Harkins, l>D:a of Woburn, Jan. 8, 18S2. 

LOWELL. 

Charles S. Lowell and Hattie L. Walker, roth of Woburn. Dec. 20, 1873. 
Fannie L. Lowell, of Woburn. and Edwir. \V. Gurney, of Winchester, Nov. 

24, 1875. 
Walter F. Lowell, of Spmerville, and Ida F. Cummings, of Woburn, April 

23, 1890. 

LUCE. 

George F. Luce and Ella C. Nute, both of Woburn, March 16, 1881. 

LUND. 

Kristina Lund and Peter Peterson, both of Woburn, Oct. 10, 1S87. 

LUNDERGAX. 

Margaret E. Lundergan, of Burlington, and Richard F. Brady, of Woburn, 
Sept. 23, 18S6. 

LUXDQUIST. 

Selina Lundquist and Bernard Peterson, both of Woburn, June 15, 18S4. 

LUNT. 

C. A. Lunt and Josie Hayes, both of Woburn, July 23, 1886. 

LYFOKD. 

Charles F. Lyford and Ida A. Garland, both of Woburn, Sept. 6, 1SS2. 

LYMAN. 

Frederick O. Lyman and Minnie L. Vye. both of Woburn, July 28. 1873. 
Lewis J. Lyman (2d) and Kate Winn, both of Woburn, Sept. 6, 1882. 
Lola E. Lyman, of Colebrook, N. H., and Edward C. Amey, of Lancaster, 
N. H., Oct. 6, 1885. 

LYNCH. 

Humphrey Lynch (2d) and Mary Shea (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 3, 1874 
John Lynch and Alice Brannigan, both of Woburn, Oct. 19, 1S75. 
Mary Lynch and George H. Bellew, both of Woburn, April 29, 1881. 
John H. Lynch, of Boston, and Annie E. Doyle, of Woburn, Oct. 26, iSSl. 
Nellie L. Lynch, of Winchester, and Maurice Dwver, of Woburn, Sept. 24, 

1882. 
Daniel Lynch and Bessie Murray, both of Woburn, Sept. 20, 18S3. 
Michael Lynch and Catherine Minogue, both of Woburn, Xov. 11, 1S83- 
Mary A. Lynch and John Garvey, both of Woburn, June 2, 1884. 
Edward Lynch (2d) and Susie Fitzpatrick, both of Woburn, .May 8, 18S5. 
Bartley Lynch, of Woburn, and Annie Kelley, of Lynn, Jan. 31, 1886. 
Ellen L\-nch, of Winchester, and Thomas >iulheran, of Woburn, Jan. 13, 

1887. 
Mary E. Lynch, of Cambridge, and John C. McConologue, of Woburn, 

Julv 18, 1887. 
John Lynch and Jane C. O'Brien, both of Woburn, Oct. 23, 1S87. 
Dominick Lynch and Julia (Keogan) McCabe (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 9, 

i888. 
John Lynch, of Woburn, and Julia Flaherty, of Winchester, Oct. 17, 1S89. 



WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 85 

Margaret N. Lyr.n and William Scott, both of Woburn, June 3, 1S74. 

[ohn Lj-nn and Letitia McGee, both of Woburn, Dec. 4, 1875. 

Isabella Lynn and Alexander Busteed, both of Woburn, April 16, 1S79. 

LYONS. 

Nellie Lyons and John McKittrick, both of Woburn, Nov. i, iSSi. 
lohn Lyons (2d) and Maggie McLaugnlin, both of Woburn, Jan. 8, 1SS7. 
Mary A. Lyons and JohnMcLaughlin, both of Woburn, Nov. 9, 1S90. 

McALIX. 

Margaret McAlin and James Blackham, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1889. 

McAN'DREW. 

Jane C. McAndrew and William H. Roberts, both of Winchester, Oct. 14, 
1S76. 

3ICARDLE. 

Mary E. McArdle, of Boston (2d), and Michael K. Murphy, of Woburn (2d), 
Oct. 14, 18S3. 

3ICAVOY. 

Ann McAvoy (2d) and Thomas Killalee, both of Woburn, April 12, 1875. 
Mary McAvoy and James McDonough, both of Woburn, Aug. 19, 1883. 

McBRIDE. 

Hannah McBride, of Cambridge, and Bernard McManus, of Woburn, Nov. 

9, 1876. 
William E. McBride and Mary B. Murphy, both of Woburn, Feb. 2, 1890. 

McBURNlE. 

Susie McBurnie and Isaac A. Howe, both of Woburn, Oct. 5, 1876. 

McCABE. 

George W. McCabe and Louisa M. Smith, both of Woburn. July 31, 1875. 
John McCabe and Julia Cogan, b">th of Woburn, Aug. 12, 1879. 
Maria A. McCabe and Edwin P. Crosby, both of Woburn May 12, 1881. 
Julia (Keogan) McCabe (2d) and Dominick Lynch, both of Woburn, Oct. 9, 
1888. ' / 

McCAFFERTY. 

Margaret McCafferty and John Doherty, both of Woburn, April 20, 1873. 
James McCafferty and Theresa A. McLaughlin, both of Woburn, June 4, 

1874. 
John McCaffert}- and Susan McElhaney, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 1875. 
Anna M. McCafferty, of Burlington, and J. Horace Dean, of Woburn, Nov. 

27, 1875. 
Joseph McCafFert}' (2d) and Elizabeth Carney, both of Woburn, Oct. 5, 

1876. 
Patrick McCafferty and Fanny McGonagle, both of Woburn, Jan. 4, 1877. 
Mary McCafferty and James Carney, both of Woburn, Sept. 20, 1879. 
Rosa McCafferty and IDennis Sullivan, both of Woburn, June 20, iSSo. 
Cassie McCafferty and William J- Brauer, both of Woburn, Sept. 23, 1881. 
Sarah McCafferty and James Harold, both of Woburn, Aug. 3, 1S84. 

McCAFFREY^ 

Alice McCaffrey and Barney McElhaney, both of Woburn, Jan. 9, 1875. 
Catherine McCaffrey and Viilliam Greenan, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 



86 WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. • * 

McCALL. 

Kate F. McCall, of Woburn, and Thomis Conway, of Stoneham, Oct. 15, 

1S82. 
Patrick H. McCall and Rose Kelley, both of Woburn. Jan. 17, 1885. 
Hugh McCall and Hannah Hurld, both of Woburn, July 10, 1S87. 

McCANX. 

Thomas McCann and Mary Cox, both of Woburn, Sept. 7, 1SS6. 

McCANNA (see McKenna). 

McC AKRON (see also McCkoN). 

Michael McCarron and Annie Judge, both of Woburn, June 10, 1S77. 
Philip VcCarron and Hannah McElhaney, both of Woburn, April 27, 1S79. 
Daniel McCarron and Catherine O'Donnell, both of Woburn, Feb. 21, 

1883. 
Michael McCarron (2d) and Catherine Rooney, both of Woburn, Jan. 14, 

1884. 

McCarthy (see also C.arty). 

Mary L. McCarthy and W. Henry Edmands, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1874. 
Julia A. McCarthy and Thomas H. Jones, both of Woburn, April S. 1S74. 
Mary McCarthy and Patrick Miniter (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 11, 1S75. 
Daniel McCarthy and Margaret Brennon, both of Woburn. Sept. 25, 1S77. 
Augustus McCarthy and Fannie J. O'Donnell, both of Woburn, Sept. 2, 

1878. 
Patrick McCarthy and Margaret McManus, both of Woburn, Jan. 20, 1S79. 
Jeremiah McCarthy, of Lvnn, and Mary A. McKenna, of Woburn, Sept. 28, 

1879. 
Ellen McCarthy, of Woburn, and John R. Hingston, of Lynn (2d), Jan. iS, 

18S0. 
John McCarthy and Bridget O'Leary (2d), both of Woburn, April 21. 1880. 
Thomas McCarthy, of Woburn, and Mary E. Nolan, of Boston, Aug. 4, 18S0. 
Mary A. McCarthy, of Woburn, and John T. Kennev, of Stoneham, Julv 

14, i88t. 
* John McCarthy, of Winchester, and Margaret Ahern, of Woburn, Sept. 5, 

1882. 
Jenny H. McCarthy and William M. Nichols, both of Woburn. Aue. 2, 1883. 
Daniel McCarthy, of Stoneham, and Fannv L. Devine, of Woburn, May 4, 

1884. 
Francis McCarthy and Grace Callahan, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 1885. 
Margaret McCarthy and James Cunningham, both of Woburn, Feb. 16, 

1887. 
James McCarthy and Hannah J. Clancy, both of Wo"burn, April 14, 1887. 
Agnes McCarthy and James O'Riley. both of Woburn, Nov. 10, 18S7. 
Sara J. McCarthy and John J. Gately, both of Woburn, Nov. to, 1S87. 
Sarah J. McCarthy and William Bailey, both of Woburn, Oct. 18, 1888. 
Mary A. McCarthy, of Woburn, and Lawrence J. Brannigan, of Natick, 

April 10, 1890. 

McCAULEY. 

Kenneth McCauIey, of Newark, N. J., and Emma J. Gage, of Woburn, Feb. 

19, 1879. 
Rossie McCauley and James Carney, both of Woburn, Feb. 20, 18S7. 
Florence 1. McCauley and Edward W. Taylor, both of Woburn, May 16, 

1888. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 87 

McCLIXCHY. 

Fannie McClinchy, of Woburn, and Andrew Keinsella, of Stockbridge April 
ic, 1SS3. 

HcCLOSKY. 

Arthur McClosky and Margaret Xash, both of Woburn, Aug. 15, 1884. 

McCLUCUSS (see McLucas). 

McCLUKE. 

John E. McClure and Maud E. Swift, both of Woburn, June 13, 1876. 

DUcCOXOLOGUE. 

Philip McConologue, of Woburn, and Sarah Porter, of Winchester, April 

27, 1^79. 
Margaret McConologue and Patrick McGonagle, both of Woburn, June 19, 

1S79. 
John C. McConologue, of Woburn, and Mary E. Lynch, of Cambridge, July 

iS, 1887. 

HvicCORMICK. 

Charles McCormick (2d) and Bridget Tierney, both of Woburn, May 14, 

1874. 
Bridget McCormick (2d) and Joseph Buch, both of Woburn, Jan. 30, 1SS6. 
Ronald S. McCormick and Annie C. Fay, both of Woburn, Jan. 12, 18S8. 

tVIcCOUJLL. 

Sarah J. McCoull, of Woburn, and John I. Dickson, of New York, Nov. 12, 
1890. 

McCOY. 

William H. McCoy and Alice B. Johnson, both of Woburn, April 3, 1878. 
McCREA (see also McCrey). 

Mary A. McCrea and James Montgomery, both of Woburn, Jan. 25, 188 1. 
Margaret McCrea and James Corduck, both of Woburn, Jan. 16, 1885. 

pttcCREY. 

Lizzie McCrey and George Meakin, both of Lynn, Aug. 23, 1876. 
Joseph McCrey and Eliza McCrey, both of Woburn, Aug. 6, 1884. 
Eliza McCrey and Joseph McCrey, both of Woburn, Aug. 6, 1884. 

UcCRILLlS. 

Edwin McCrillis and Mary A. Chadbourne, both of Woburn, Sept. 2, 1875. 
James W. McCrillis, of Woburn, and Louisa Jones, of Melrose, Sept. 19, 
1877. 

HcCROX. 

Margaret McCron and Michael Doherty, both of Woburn, May 11, 1874. 
^IcCUE (see McHuGH). 

HcDERMO LT. 

Joseph .McDermott, of Nashua, N. H., and Kate O'Brien, of Woburn, Tune 

26, 1883. 
John McDermott and Marv O'Donnell, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1883. 
Alary J. McDermott and James A. Hurly, both of Woburn, April 27, 18S4. 
Mary E. .McDermott and Ed.vard J. McDonald, both of Woburn, April 20. 

1884. ' H y. 



88 WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

3IcDEK310TT, continued. 

■ Bridget (Meehan) McDermott, of Woburn (2d), and James P. Haley, of 
Winchester (2d), Oct. 29. 18S5. 

Charles F. McDermott and Julia A. Murphy, both of Woburn, Xov. 24, 
1SS6. 

John McDermott and Delia McMahon, both of Woburn, April 13, 1SS7. 

Thomas E. McDermott, of Woburn, and Katherine O'Connell, of Winches- 
ter, Sept. 25, 1SS9. 

Kate McDermott. of Stoneham, and Michael Kerrigan, of Woburn, May 21, 
1890. 

Mary A. McDermott and Dennis J. Cronin, both of Woburn, Sept. 24, 1S90. 

McDEVITT. 

Ellen McDevitt and Patrick Logue, both of Woburn, Sept. 2t, 1S73. 
Bridget McDevitt and James Rogers (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 5, 1S75. 
Dominick McDevitt arfd Kate Murray, both of Woburn, Feb. 6, 1S83. 
Ellen N. McDevitt and William Martin, both of Woburn, May 13, 1SS6. 
Owen McDevitt, of Woburn, and Dela McKenna. of Boston, fan. 2, 1SS7. 
Theresa (Dohertv) McDevitt (2d) and James Halpin (2d), both of Woburn, 
April 3, 18SS. ' 

Mcdonald. 

John McDonald, of Winchester, and Elizabeth Ferguson, of Woburn, June 

24, 1873. 
Ronald McDonald, of Nova Scotia, and Mary A. Armstrong, of Woburn, 

July 10, 1S73. 
Ida F. McDonald and George W. Dinsmore, both of Woburn, July 29, 1675. 
Mary McDonald (2d) and John Sheehan (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 16, 

1877. 
Margaret McDonald, of Burlington, and Michael O'Connor, of \\ oburn 

(2d), March 3. 1S78. 
Alexander McDonald, of Woburn, and Julia A. Feeney, of Winchester, 

April 20, iSiii. 
Ida F. McDonald (2d) and Frank Xewcomb, both of Woburn, Jan. 24. 1883 
John H. McDonald and Elizabeth Graham, both of Woburn, Oct. 9, 1SS3. 
William E. McDonald and Marietta B. Paine, both of Woburn, Jan. 23, 

1884. 
Edward J. McDonald and Mary E. McDermott, both of Woburn, April 29, 

1884. 
Etta A. McDonald and Charles A. Richardson, both of Woburn, March 4, 

1885. 
Sarah McDonald and William Smith, both of Woburn, June i, 1885. 
Carrie G. McDonald and Joseph F. DeLoriea, both of Woburn, Oct. 29, 

1885. 
John McDonald and Annie McDonald, both of Woburn, Dec. 10, 1SS5. 
Annie McDonald and John McDonald, both of Woburn, Dec 10, 1SS5. 
William W. McDonald, of Portville, X. Y., and Mary L. Eaton, of Woburn, 

Feb. I, t886. 
John A. McDonald and Catherine L. Connors, both of Woburn, May 20, 

1886. 
Mary McDonald and John Logue, both of Woburn, June 24. 1886. 
Donald McDonald and Ann McDonald, both of Woburn, Nov. 6, 1SS7. 
Ann McDonald and Donald McDonald, both of Woljurn, .N'ov. 6, 1S.S7. 
Rachel FI. McDonald and Lewis W. Morrison, both of Woburn, Nov. 12, 

1887. 
Eunice McDonald and A. D. McEachen, both of Woburn, Sept. 2, iSSS. 
Cassie McDonald and William W. Moore, both of Wakefield, Aug. 3, 1S90. 



WOBURN KECORD OF MARRIAGES. 89 

JIcDOXOUGH. 

WUliam McDonough and Mary J. Garrity, both of Woburn, Feb. 9, 1S74. 
Ann McDonough and Michael Kelley (::d), both ot Woburn. April 20, 1S76. 
Martin McDonough and Mary Fitzmorris (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. i, 

1882. 
Tames McDonough and Mary McAvoy, both of Woburn, Aug. 19, 1SS3. 
Maria McDonough, of Stoneham, and Thomas Kerrigan, of Woburn, SepL 

28, 1SS4. 
Catherine McDonough and Bernard E. Cunningham, both of Woburn, July 

13. 1S85. 
Marv McDonough, of Woburn, and Thomas Fox, of New York, Nov. 24. 

1SS5. 
Edward McDonough and Bridget Flaherty, both of Woburn, April ic, 

1S87. 
Patrick McDonough, of Woburn, and Kate Fahey, of Winchester, May 18, 

1890. 
Elizabeth McDonough and Thomas Carroll, both of Woburn, June iS, 1S90. 

McEACHEX (see alsoMEAKiN). 

Margaret McEachen and John Dever, both of Woburn, Jan. 27, 1882. 
John McEachen and Barbara Coleman, both of Woburn, Oct. 23, 1S84. 
Ronald McEachen and Kate McEachen, both of Woburn, Feb. 13, iSSS. 
Kate McEachen and Ronald McEachen, both of Woburn, Feb. 13, iSSS. 
A. D. McEachen and Eunice McDonald, both of Woburn, Sept. 2, 1888. 

McELHANEY. 

Celia McElhaney and Owen Miller, both of Woburn, Jan. iS, 1873. 
Michael McElhaney, of Boston (2d), and Ellen Mahoney, of Woburn (2d), 

Jan. 6, 1875. 
Barney McElhaney and Alice McCaffrey, both of Woburn, Jan. 9, 1875. 
Susan McElhaney and John McCafferty, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 1875. 
Hannah McElhaney and Philip McCarron, both of Woburn, April 27, 1879. 
Jennie M. McElhanev, of Winchester, and William M. Wallace, of Woburn, 

July 6, 1S85. 
John McElhaney, of Boston, and Rose Dever, of Woburn, Aug. 26, 18S;. 
Charles McElhaney and Bridget McGatifigan, both of Woburn. Jan. i, 1888. 
Alice McElhaney and Patrick (luigley, both of Woburn, Oct. 6, 18S9. 
Hugh McElhaney and Abbie Allen, both of Woburn, Oct. 2, 1890. 

McFARLANE. 

Elizabeth .McFarlane and Robert J, Langland, both of Woburn, March 8, 

1882. 
William W. McFarlane, of Philadelphia, Penn., and Susan E. Rogers, of 

Woburn, Jan. 9, 1S84. 
George F. McFarlane, of Woburn, and Hattie P. Dinsmore, of Maiden, 

Oct. 20, 1886. 

McFEELEY. 

Mary E. McFeeley and H. W. Marden, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1873. 
Sarah A. McFeeley and William S. Danforth, both of Woburn, April 17, 

1877. 
Susan A. McFeeley, of Woburn, and V. S. Richardson, of Winchester (2d), 

April 2^, 1877. 
Marv McFeeley, of Woburn, and Peter Kellev, of Winchester (2d), Julv 28, 

1881. 
James .McFeeley, Jr., and Martha A. Bird, both of Woburn, July 13, 1SS2. 
Annie .McFeelev, of Woburn, and Charles E. Eustis, of Everett, April 3, 

1888. 



90 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

McGAFFIGAN. 

James McGatriaan and Sarah Hurld, both of Woburn, Sept. 26, 1SS6. 
Bridget McGamgan and Charles McElhaney, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1SS8. 

McGAXN. 

Winnie McGann and John Braden, both of Woburn, Oct. 2, 1SS8. 

McGARRIN (see McGorr.\n). 

McGARRY (see also McGorry). 

John McGarrv, of Woburn, and Nora Lavin, of Stoneham, Aug. il, 1S84. 
"Frank McGarVy and Mary Connel', both of Woburn, Jan. 6, 1S90. 

McGEE. 

Thomas McGee, of Brookline, and Bridget Masser, of Woburn, Feb. 9, 

1874. 
Letitia McGee and John Lynn, both of Woburn, Dec. 4. 'SyS- 

McGIEVER. 

Daniel McGiever, of Woburn, and Isabella Gordon, of Winchester, Aug. 
23, 1SS5. 

McGIXNIS. 

Roderick McGinnis and Mary Devern, both of Woburn, Nov. 10, 1SS9. 

McGLEXX. 

Ellen McGlenn and Michael J. Mooney, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 1885. 

McGOFF. 

Peter McGoff, of Woburn, and Catherine Queenan, of Boston, Jan. i, 1876. 

McGONAGLE. 

Rosa McGonagle and Lawrence Brophy. both of Woburn, May 4, 1S74. 
Celia McGonagle and Dennis Carrigan, both of Woburn, Jan. 3, 1S75. 
Fanny McGonagle and Patrick McCatferty, both of Wqljurn, Ian. 4, 1S-7. 
Patrick McGonagle and Margaret McConologue, both of Woburn, June 19, 
1879- 

McGORRAN. 

William McGorran, of Woburn, and Bridget O'Rourke, of Boston, July 20, 
1879- 
aicGORRY (see also McGarry and McGrory). 

Henry C. McGorry, of Woburn, and Ellen Mulheran, of Springfield, Nov. 

6, 1884. 
Daniel McGorry and Mary A. .Mulheran, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1884. 

3IcGOURTY. 

Patrick McGourty and Mary GaflTney, both nf Woburn, Jan. S, iSSo. 
Catherine McGourtv and Frank Winn, both of Woburn. Nov. 9, 1SS4. 
Mary McGourty and Warren W. Martin, both of Woburn, Jan. 19. 1890. 

McGOVEKN. 

John McGovern and .Mary Scanlon, both of Woburn. Oct. 30, 1874. 
Margaret McGovern and Patrick Burke, both of Woburn, Sept. 19. 1880. 
James McGovern and Bridget Breen, both of Woburn, Sept. 17, 1SS2. 
James H. .McGovern and Bridget Nolan, both of Woburn, -\ug. 17, 1884. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. * 91 

McGOVERX, continued. 

Nicholas E. McGovern, of Woburn, and Mary E. Hanscom, of Stoneham, 

Feb. 15, 1SS5. 
Mary (Smith) NfcGovern (2d) and Patrick J. Guinan (2d), both of Woburn, 

Ju'lv 17. 18S7. 
Mary McGovern and John II. Rooney, both of Woburn, June 27, 1SS8. 

3ICGOWAX. 

Bridget McGowan and Michael McLaughlin, both of Woburn. Jan. 7, 1S75, 
Bernard McGowan and Anna Fnx, both of Woburn, Jan. 2, iSSo. 
Lawrence McGowan and Mary McGowan. both of Woburn, .Aug. 23, iSSo.. 
Mary McGowan and Lawrence McGowan, both of Woburn, Aug. 23, iSSo.- 
Mary McGowan and Thomas Fox (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 10. 1S82. 
Mary F. McGowan and Francis M. Dohertv. both of Woburn, Xuv. 29, 1882. 
Marv McGowan and John Dwver. both of Woburn, Jan. 2, 1S86. 
Michael McGowan and Bridget Gilgun. both of Woburn, April 25, 1887. 
William J. McGowan and Margaret A. Tenney, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 

1S88. 
James E. McGowan and Delia Griffin, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1890. 

McGRATH. 

Liwrence McGrath and Maggie Faley, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1878. 

McGregor. 

William McGregor and Julia Weldon, both of Woburn, May 17, i88z, 

McGRORY. 

Patrick McGrory, of Wilmington, and Mary Malone, of Woburn, Oct. i, 
1890. , 

McGUAXE. 

Thomas McGuane, of Ayer, and Fanny Kenney, of Woburn, Oct. 24. 1882. 

McGUlRE (see M..^guirk). 
McGURRAN (see McGorran). 
McGURTY (see McGourty). 

McHUGH. 

Owen McHugh and Kate McHugh, both of Woburn, Aug. 19, 1S73. 
Kate McHugh and Owen McHugh. hot'i of Woburn, Aug. 19. 1873. 
Margaret .\I. McHugh and George H. .Murray, both of Woburn, July 10, 

1875. 
Kate E. McHuqh and Patrick McGuire, bith of Woburn, Aug. 24, 1875. 
Annie McHugh and Daniel Burke, both ot Woburn, .Aug. 10, 1S76. 
Rosa McHugh and Edward Fountain (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 29, 18S0. 
Michael \. .McHugh and Bridget Doherty, both of Woburn, Feb. 5, 1883. 
Bridget McHugh and John Keiley, both of Woburn, July 23, 18S4. 
Andrew McHu;^h and Catherine A. Bradlev, both of Woburn, Nov. 26, 

1884. 
Michael Cj. McHugh and Elfen Martin, both of Woburn, April 19, 1885. ^ 
Peter McHugh, of Woburn, and -Annie .Allen, of Winchester, Sept. 25, 18S7. 
Patrick McHugh (2d) and Bridget Burns (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 18^9. 

McINNIS. 

James W. Mclnnis and Mary Keohan, both of Woburn, May 15, 1882. 

McINTIRE. 

Esther M. .Mclntire and Etienne C. Colomb, bothof Woburn, April 30, 1S73. 



92 * WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

McIXTO<<H. 

Daniel F. Mcintosh and Mary E. Greenleaf, both of Woburn, June 8, 1887. 
William K. Mcintosh and Charlotte A. Sherburne, both of Woburn, June 
4. 1890. 

McISAAC. 

John Mclsaac and Jessie Campbell, both of Woburn, Nov. 3, iS36. 

Alice C. Mclsaac and Herbert W. Colgate, both of Woburn, Xov. 12, 1SS9. 

MACK. 

Maurice Mack and Lizzie Scullar, both of Woburn, Jan. 25, 18S0. 

McKAY (see also McKee). 

Martha McKay and Patrick J. Flood, both of Woburn, May 27, 1S77. 

Fora McKay and George Morri.s, both of Woburn, Oct. 12. 1S7S. 

Annie E. McKay and Joseph S. Wyman (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 14, 

1883. 
Susan McKay and James E. Doherty, both of Woburn, Nov. 25, i8S^. 
Eliza McKay and Ebenezer Reed (2d), both of Woburn, July 23, iS8b. 
Ellen T. McKay and Patrick H. Coughlin, both of Woburn, Oct. 22, 1890. 

McKEAM. 

Mary J. McKeam, of Saugus, and James Heron, of Everett, Dec 26, 1S75. 

McKEAN. 

Hattie V. McKean, of Woburn, and Charles A. Burgess, of New York 
City, Dec. 4, 1879. 

JVIcKEE. 

Mary McKee, of Lowell, and Patrick Carpenter, of Woburn (2d), July 3, 
1882. 

McKENNA. 

John McKenna and Bridget Folar., both of Woburn, Jan. 25, 1877. 
John McKenna and Ellen Regan, both of Woburn, April 23, 1878. 
Mary A. McKenna, of Woburn, and Jeremiah McCarthy, of Lynn, Sept. 28, 

1879. 
Annie McKenna (2d) and Lawrence Martin, both of Woburn, Nov. 4, 1S80. 
Philip McKenna and Kate Connor, both of Woburn, March 2S, 1883. 
Margaret McKenna and Edward McQuillan (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 3, 

1885. 
Dela McKenna, of Boston, and Owen McDevitt, of Woburn. Jan. 2, 18S7. 
James F. McKenna and Rose O'Donnell, both of Woburn, April 20, 1887. 

McKENXEY (see McKen.sa). 

McKENNON (see also McKinnon). 

Flora E. McKennon, of Cambridge, and William J. White, of Woburn, April 
20, 1887. 

J>IcKENZIE. ^ 

Margaret McKenzie and David Anderson, both of Woburn, Dec. 13, 1873. 
Harriet M. McKenzie and Charles F. Swan (2d), both of Woburn, Dec. 22, 

1873. 
McLeod McKenzie and Mary A. Carley (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 27, 

1876. 
Franklin H. McKenzie and Flora McPhee, boih of Woburn, Jan. 23, iSSS. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 93 

3IcKIH. 

Willetta McKim and Milledge Chute, both of Wobum, Nov. 25, 1SS5. 

JIcKlNNON. 

Catherine McKinnon and William A. Burdett, both of Wobum, April 7, 
1874. 

McKITTRICK. 

Ann McKittrick and John Carney, both of Wobum, May 14, 1876. 
Ann McKittrick and Edward Gallagher, both of Wobum, July 31. 1877. 
John McKittrick and Nellie Lyons, both of Woburn. Nov. i, 1S81. 
George McKittrick, of Woburn, and Alma E. Taylor, of Wilmington, March 

II, 18S7. 
John J. McKittrick and Susie A. Haye<, both of Woburn, May 24. TSS7. 
James H. McKittrick and Mary E. Connollv, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 

1SS7. 

McLANE. 

Annie McLane (2d) and Archibald Munroe, both of Woburn, Oct. 15, 1887. 

Mclaughlin. 

Theresa A. McLaughlin and James McCaffertv, both of Woburn, June 4, 

1874- 
Michael McLauehlin and Bridget McGowan, both of Woburn, Jan. 7. 1875. 
Patrick McLaughlin and Mary Mahon, both of Woburn, Feb. 7, 1S7;. 
James McLaughlin and Ann Finnegan, both of Woburn, June iS. 1S-7. 
Peter M. McLaughlin and Mary Maguire. both of Woburn, Oct. 2S. 1S86. 
Maggie McLaughlin and John Lyons (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 6, 1S87. 
Bridget (Cullen) McLaughlin (2d) and George Doherty (2d), both of 

Woburn, Aug. 31, 1S87. 
Delia .McLaughlin and John W. Tracy (2d), both of Woburn, April i, 1888. 
John McLaughlin and Mary A. Lyons, both of Wobum, Nov. 9, 1S90. 

McLean (see also McL.\ne). 

Jessie McLean and James O. Poole, both of Wobum. Sept. 13, 1SS4. 
Belle McLean, of Newton, and [ohn W. Stewart, of Boston, ^Iav S. 18S9. 
Hattie B. McLean, of Woburn, and Edmund B. Northrup, of Sr. Johnr 
N. B.. May 28, 18S9. 

McLELLAN. 

Nellie McLellan and Donald W. Stewart (2d), both of Woburn, May 28, 

1873- 
Christina McClellan, of Boston, and Francis A. Buckman, of Wobum (2d), 

Feb. II, 1880. 

»IcLEOD. 

Eliza McLeod and James Vickers, both of Woburn, Dec. 28, 1875. 
Maggie A. McLeod and Seymour White, both of Woburn, Nov. 14, 1877- 
Daniel McLeod and Annie A. Heckbert, both of Wobum, May 14, iSSl- 
Alice J. McLeod and David D. Clarke, both of Wobum, Sept. 17, 1.SS8- 

McLUCAS. 

Charles W. McLucas and Lillia Taylor, both of Wobum, Oct. 23, 1S77. 

McMAHON. 

Kate McMahon and Owen Murray, both of Wobum, May 7, 1874. 
Mary McMahon and Michael Kearns, both of Wobum, Aug. 27, 1874- 



D4 WOBURN RECORD OF MAliRIAGES. 

McMAHON, continued. 

John McMRhon and Sarah O'Brien, hoth of Woburn, June i6, i8Sl. 
Edward McMahon, of Woburn, and Rosa Finnegan oE Cambridge, Nov. 23, 

1883. 
Bridget McMahon and George Manning, both of Woburn, Oct. 29, 1884. 
Ellen McMahon and Hernard A. Murphy, both of Woburn, Nov. 4, 1885. 
Delia Mc^fahon and John Mcnermott, both of Woburn. April [3, 1887. 
Sarah E. M. McMahon and James P. Moonev, both of Woburn, Sept. 19, 

1888. 
Michael J. McMahon, of Woburn, and Marv E. Callahan, of Winchester, 

Nov. 22, 18S8. 
Daniel McMahon and Mary E. Quinn, both of Woburn, May 13, 18S9. 
Daniel McMahon (2d) ard Ann Quinn (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 1SS9. 

McMANX (<ee McM.\hon). 

McMANUS. 

Susie L. McManus and Amos F. Dearborn, both of Woburn, June 12, 1874. 
Patrick McManus and Ann Gorman, both of Woburn, Jan. 14, 1876. 
iJernard McVIanus, of Woburn, and Hannah McBride, of Cambridge, Nov. 

9, 1876. 
Margaret McManus and Patrick McCarthy, both of Woburn, Jan. 20, 1879. 
William H. McManus and Maddie A. Shinkwin, both of Woburn, Dec. 8, 

1879. 
Ellen McManus and John O' Rourke. both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 1888. 
Annie McManus and Patrick Donahoe, both of Woburn, July 10, 1S90. 
Patrick F. McManus and Margaret E. Dever, both of Woburn, Nov. 26, 

1890. 

McIVIASTEK. 

Hugh McMaster and Kate Gillis, both of Woburn, Feb. t, 18S7. 
Duncan McMaster, of Woburn, and Mary Campbell, of Dorchester, Oct. 13, 
1887. 

McMINN. 

Henry McMinn and Jennie E. Kyle, both of Woburn. June 24, 1886. 

McMURRAY. 

Maggie McMurrav and William R. Greenleaf, both of Woburn, March 3, 
1% 

McNAMARA. 

Annie F. McNamara and George F. Watt, both of Woburn, Aug. 6, 1874. 

McNAYR. 

Richard McNayr and Sarah Bodick, both of Woburn, Nov. 30, 1882. 

McNElL. 

Samuel McNeil and Gertie Murdock, both of Woburn, Aug. 12, 1885. 

McNULTY. 

Michael McNulty and Annie Meagher, both of Woburn, \\i%. 9, 1875. 
Mary A. McNulty and Richard Garrity, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 1879. 
Mary McNultv and Thomas Cunningham, both of Woburn, Dec. 17, 18S3. 
Bridget McNulty, of Winchester, and Philip Doherty, .jf Woburn, April 16, 

1885. 
Annie McNulty (2d) and Thomas Cavanaugh C2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 

10, 1885. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 95 

McPARTLTX. 

Francis McPartlin, of Woburn, and Margaret Costello, of Winchester, 
Sept. 25. iSSS. 

McPHEE. 

Flora McPhee and Franlclin H. McKenzie, both of Woburn. Jan. 23, 188S. 
Christy McPhee and .\lbert Brown (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 22, 1S90. 

Mcquillan. 

John E. McQuillan, of Woburn, and Ellen Tolan, of Winchester. Sept. 29, 
• 1878. 

Edward McQuillan (2d) and Margaret McKenna, both of Woburn, Nov. 3, 
1S85. 

BIcSHEFFREY. 

Maria McSheffrev, of Woburn, and Charles Haney, of Boston, Xov. 28, 

FS77- 
Frank A. McSheffrev and fulia E. Wallace, both of Woburn, June 11, 

1S85. 
John S. McSheffrey and Mary Griffin, both of Woburn, Nov. 10, 188S. 

NABEY. 

l.ucy Mabev, of Muckon, N. B , and James H. Martin, of Woburn, May 2, 
18S2. 

M ADD EX. 

Moses Madden, of Newton, N. H., and Caroline A. Roundy, of Woburn, 
May 20, 1S76. 

MADISON. 

Mary M. Madison (2d) and Fred F. Whitten, both of Woburn, July 31, 

1882. 
Mark R. Madison and Lena Connor, both of Woburn, .^pril 19, 1S84. 
Harriet A. Madison and William A. Palmer (2d), both of Woburn, Xov. 23, 

1887. 

MAGAHY. 

Mary A. Magahy, of Cambridge, and Joseoh Gilbert, of Woburn, May 19, 
1881. 

MAGEE. 

Robert H. Magee and Ida M. Taylor, both of Woburn, Jan. 20, 1877. 

MAG U I RE. 

Annie Maguire and Andy Cashman, both of Woburn, June 15, 1874. 
Patrick Maguire and Kate E. McHugh, both of Wohurn, Aug. 24, 1875. 
Maggie Maguire and John Winn, both of Woburn. Jan. 29, 187S. 
Ann Maguire and James O'Donnell, both of Woburn, June 20, 1878. 
John H. .Maguire and Mary T. Murphy, both of Woburn, Sept. 28, 18S0. 
Kate E. Maguire and Tames A. Wallace, both of Woburn, Oct. 10, 1880. 
Mary A. Maguire and fame'* K. Doherty. both of Woburn, .March i, 18S1. 
Mary J. Maguire, of Woburn, and Marcus E. Ilanscom, of Stoneham, Oct. 

9, 1882. 
John Maguire, of Woburn, and .\nnie M. Co.x, of Boston, Sept 19, 1S82. 
Annie Maguire and Anthony Uonahoe, both of W^Jburn, Oct. 15, 18S2. 
Patrick J. Maguire and .Annie f. Callahan, both of Woburn, .-Vpril 29, 1SS3. 
Terence Maguire and Bridget Gaffney, both of Woburn, April r9. 18S5. 
Patrick F. .Maguire and .Mary A. Keating, both of VVoburn, .Aonl 26. 1885. 
Ro>e E. Maguire and Carl A. Dunbury, both of Wuburn, Feb. zH, 1856. 



96 WOBDRN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

MAGUIRE, contimud. 

Frank Maguire, of Woburn.'and Elizabeth Dolan, of Winchester, May \-\, 

1 886. 
Robert Maguire and Marv E. Scanlon, both of Woburn, Mav 20, 1S86. 
Marv Maguire and Peter M. McLaughlin, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 1886. 
Francis Maguire and Mary Kerrigan, both of Woburn, Oct. 13. 1S87. 
Eliza Maguire and Charles H. White, both of Woburn, Mav 16. 1889. 
Dennis Maguire, of W^ilmington, and Ellen Murphy, of Woburn, Oct. 9, 

1890. 

MAHOV. 

Mary Mahon and Patrick >rcLaughin, both of Woburn, Feb. 7, 1875. 
Ellen Mahon and James Shannon, both of Woburn, May 12, 18S5. 
William J. Mahon and Nellie Brennon, both of Woburn, Jan. y^, 18S7. 
Robert Mahon and Matilda Hamilton, both of Woburn, Oct. 27, 18S7. 
Lizzie Mahon and William Smith (2d), both of Woburn, July 3, 1S88. 

MAHOXEY. 

Ellen Mahoney, of Woburn (2d), and Michael McElhaney, of Boston (2d), 

Jan. 6, 1875. 
Hannah A. Mahonev, of Woburn, and John J. Sullivan, of Boston, Sept. 

II, 18S7. 
Margaret T. Mahoney, of Chelsea, and Patrick H. Lahev, of Woburn, Aug. 

10, 18S9. 
Margaret M. Mahoney and William C. Kenney, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 

1890. 

MAKEY (see McKee). 

MALONE. 

Mary Malone, of Woburn, and Patrick McGrory, of Wilmington, Oct. I, 

1890. 

MALONE Y. 

John Malnney and Mary A. Hayes, both of Woburn, Sept. 21, 1880. 

Mary A. E. Malonev, of Le.xington, and Thomas Kelley, of Woburn, July 

20, 1882. 
Adelbert Malonev and Melissa Thompson, both of Woburn, Jan. 21, 1888. 
Thomas J. Maloney and Elizabeth Wood, both of Woburn, Aug. i, 1889. 

MALOY (see Mel.\y). 

IHAXLEY. 

Thomas H. Manley and Sophia Carr, both of Woburn, May 15, 1873. 

MANN. 

Mary J Mann and Frank R. Foss, both of Woburn, July 4. 1873. 

Abbie L. Mann and S. Edgar Kendrick (2d), both of Woburn, June 11, 
1885. 

Hattie Mann, of Worcester, and Fred H. Barrett, of Woburn, July 25, 1887. 

Palace L. (Lippett) Mann, of Woburn (2d), and Ledoit B. Ramsdell, of Gard- 
ner (2d), March 20, 1S89. 

3IANNING. 

Evelyn E. Manning, of Woburn, and Elijah P. Marion, of Burlington, June 

24, 187S. 
George Manning and Bridget McMahon, both of Woburn, C>ct. 29, 1884. 
Joseph R. Manning and Hannah D. Cashman, both of Woburn, April 25, 

1886. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 97 

MANOG (see Minogue). 

MAXQUIST. 

Carl J. Manquist and Joanna J. Janson, both of Woburn, June 14, 1889. 

MARCH ANT. 

Learder S. Marchant and Mary W. Fessenden (2d), both of Brockton, 
April i6, iSSi. 

3IARCOTTE. 

Nepoleon Marcotte and Marie A. Delfene, both of Woburn, Nov. 6, 1887. 

3IARDEN. 

H. W. Marden and Mary E. McFeeley, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1873. 

MARION. 

Nathan H. Marion, of Burlington, and Sarah A. Tidd, of Woburn, June 19, 

Elijah P. Marion, of Burlington, and Evelyn E. Manning, of Woburn, June 
24, 1878. 

MARLOW. 

Thomas Marlow and Ann Higgins, both of Woburn, April 6, 1881. 
Mary Vfarlow and John Kenney. both of Woburn, May 2S, 1S86. 
Edward Marlow and Annie Lavin, both of Woburn, April 6, 18S7. 

MARRAN. 

Maggie Marran and Owen Kerrigan, both of Woburn, May 31, 1876. 

MARRINAN. 

James W. Marrinan and Margaret Regan, both of Woburn, Mav 12, 1881. 
Bridget Marrinan and John P. Delaney, both of Woburn, Sept. 10, 1885. 
Thomas H. Marrinan and Olive P. Baker, both of Woburn, Dec. 23, 1885. 
Kittie Marrinan, of Woburn, and George Herath, of Boston, Feb. 24, 18S6. 

MARSHALL. 

Laura A. Marshall (2d) and Almond M. Kendall, both of Dunstable, Aug. 

30. 1877. 
Adelbert E Marshall, of Woburn, and Annie Humphrey, of Winchester, 

Nov. 15, 1877. 
John F. .Marshall and Elizabeth E. Collamore, both of Rockland, Me., Oct. 

22, 18S0. 
Emilv C. Marshall and Charles W. Newton, both of Woburn, Aug. 20, 

1888. 

MARSTON. 

Elvah is. Marston,of Woodsville, N. H., and Albert A. Clement, of Woburn 

(2d), Oct. 25, 1882. 
Carrie A. Marston, of Woburn, and Albert T. Brown, of Melrose, July 15, 

1888. 

MARTIN. 

Kate Martin and Thomas Matthews, both of Woburn, Feb. 12, 1874. 
James Martin and Brid^ret Callnan, Ijoth of Woburn, May 7, 1874. 
Catherine Martin and Henry Blake, both of Woburn, June 24, 1877. 
Eliza Martin and Patrick Murray, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 1879. 
Hugh Martin and Mary Murray, both of Woburn, Oct. 14, 1880. 
Lawrence Martin and Annie McKenna (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 4, 
1880. 



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98 WOBDRN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

MAKTIN, continued. 

M.irv T. Martin, of VVoburn, and James E. Kelley, of Wilmington, July 2, 

i8Sr. 
James H. Martin, of Woburii, and Lucy J. Mabev of Muckon, X. B., Mav 

2,1882. 
Ellen Martin and Michael G. >rcHuejh, both of Woburn, April 10. 1SS5. 
William Martin and Ellen X. McUevitt, both of Woburn, Mav 13. 1SS6. 
Warren W. Martin and Mary McGourty, both of Woburn, Jan. 19, 1890. 

MASON. 

Lyman B. Mason and Lydia A. Kempton. both of Stoneham, April 20, 

1876. 
Joseph F. Mason, of Bartlett, N. H., and Ella M. Berry, of Woburn, Nov. 

22, 1876. 
Sarah Mason, of Buckfield, >re., and Albert H. Richardson, of Woburn, 

Jan. 24, 1S77. 
Florence N. .Mason, of Woburn, and Frank A. Kelley, of Stoneham, May 

3, i88i. 
Thomas Mason (2d) and Annie P. Appleton, both of Boston, Oct. 15, 1SS7. 
Elizabeth A. Mason and Edward Banwell, both of Woburn, May 21, 1S90. 

MASSER. 

Bridget Masser, of Woburn, and Thomas McGee, of Brookline, Feb. 9. 
1874- 

MASTEN. 

Marguerite L. Masten and Frank I. Kendall, both of California, in California, 
Sept. 6, 188 1. 

MATHES. 

Albert O. Mathes, of Dover, N. H., and Mary J. Drew, of Woburn, Dec. 15. 
1880. 

MATSOX. 

Peter Matson (2d) and Olive Janson, both of Woburn, Oct. 6, 18S8. 
Andres Matson and Andrea Erikson, both of Woburn, Feb. 16, 1SS9. 

MATTHEWS. 

Thomas Matthews and Kate Martin, both of Woburn, Feb. 12, 1S74. 
Thomas E. Matthews, and Mary E. Ferrin, boih of Woburn, Feb. S, iSSo. 
William H. Matthews and Elizabeth A. Doorly, both of Woburn, Jan. iS, 

1881. 
Mary Matthews and Frederic J. Hewitt, both of Woburn, July 28, 18S1. 
Mary Matthews, of Woburn, and Dennis Shea, of Winchester, Xdv. 16, 

1881. 
Albert W. Matthews (2d) and Ella N. Pearsons, both of Lowell, Feb. 9, 

1882. 
Patrick Matthew.s and Mary E. Collins, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 18S5. 
Bernard Matthews, of Woburn, and Frances Reynolds, of Stoneham, July 4- 

1886. 
Thomas E. Matthews (2d) and Catherine A. Gill, both of Woburn, Nov. 

24, 1886. 
Thomaji J. Matthews (2d) and Rose (Leonard) Joyce (2d), both of Woburn, 

June 25, iSSS. 
Bernard F. Matthews (2d) and Mary A. Welch, both of Woburn, April 24, 

1890. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 99 

MAUD. 

Annie Maud and Michael Connolly, both of Woburn, Oct. 2, iSS6. 

MAWN. 

Bridget Mawn and James Gordon, both of Woburn, Nov. 3, 1SS9. 

MAXWELL. 

Anna B. Maxwell and Rufus C. Hayward, both of Woburn, Tan. 2. 1S78. 
Samuel G. Ma.xwell, of Woburn, and May B. Bloomer, of Stoneham, Aug. 

19. 187S. 
John K. Maxwell and Nellie M. Page, both of Woburn, Sept. -^o, 1S80. 
Robert S. Ma.xwell, of Winchester, and Minnie Waters, of Woburn, Oct. ;, 

1883. 
Emma A. Maxwell, of Woburn, and David G. Doane, of Middlefield, Jan. 

29, 1890. 

MAYER. 

Caroline R. Maver, of Boston, and Benjamin F. Gleason, of Woburn, Aug. 
18, 1S86. 

MAYES. 

Elizabeth Mayes and Moses D. Nason. both of Woburn, Dec. 24, 1SS5. 
Fr.incis S. Mayes and Margaret J. Brown, both of Woburn, Oct. 2S, 1886. 

MAYHEW. 

John H. Mavhew, of Woburn, and Ella O. Mitchell, of Somerville, Oct. 29, 
'873- 
MAYNARD. 

Angle L. Maynard and Otis C. Haven, both of Burlington, Nov. 2, 1S87. 

MEAD. 

Mary F. Mead, of Ilingham, and Francis A. Partridge, of Woburn, Tan. 24, 
1882. 

MEAGHER. 

Annie Meagher and Michael McNulty, both of Woburn, Aug. 9, 1875. 
Etta Meagher, of Woburn, and George F. Sheehan, of Boston, Aug. 14, 
1889. 

MEAKIN (see also McE.\CHAN). 

George Meakin and Lizzie McCrey, both of Lynn, Aug. 23, 1876. 

MEEHAX. 

Thomas Meehan and Mary Ryan, both of Woburn, Nov. 7, 1876. 
James Meehan, Jr., and Annie Porter, both of Woburn, May 2, iS-So. 
Peter P. Meehan and Catherine Callahan, both of Woburn, Feb. 9. iSSi. 
John C. Meehan and Susan E. Wood, both of Woburn, April 26, 1SS3. 
Bridget Meehan, of Woburn, and Peter Brown, of Boston, Feb. iS. 1SS4. 
James H. Meehan and Ellen Tenney, both of Woburn, Nov. 26, 1S90. 

MELAY. 

Jane Melay and Patrick Joyce, both of Woburn, Oct. 12, 1877. 

MELENDY. 

Amanda F. Melendy, of Woburn, and Henry H. Willev, of Stoneham, May 

29, 1883. 
Elvira L. Melendy and Lewis A. White, both of Woburn, April 12, iSSS. 



100 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

MELTERSON. 

Mary Melterson and Neil C. Johnson, both of Woburn, Dec 5, 1S90. 

MEI.VILLE. 

David Melville (2d) and Sarah A. Danforth (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 21, 
1SS6. 

MENCHIX. 

John Menchin, of Woburn, and MaryE. Webster, of Lynn, May 26, 1875. 

MEXTZEK. 

Albert F. Mentzer, of Somerville, and Susie F. Caldwell, of Woburn, March 

31. 1S74. 
Cyrus H. Mentzer, of NoFthboro (2d), and Irene P. Harris, of Woburn, 

June 24, 18S5. 

MERIA3I. 

Thomas G. Meriam and Mary C. Robinson, both of Woburn, Nov. 19, 1873. 

MERRILL. 

Nellie E. Merrill and Frank Newhall. both of Maiden, June 26, 18S4. 
Leno C. Merrill and Lizzie M. Trafton, both of Woburn, Sept. 4. 18S4. 
Allan M. Merrill, of Lynn, and Ada B. Chase, of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1S89. 

MESSENGER. 

Frank ^L Mes'^enger, of Mauch Chunk, and Mary A. Young, of Newton, 
May 13, 1S79. 

MIDDLETOX. 

Charles H. Middleton and Ella C. Freeman (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 22, 
1878. 

MILLER. 

Owen Miller and Celia McElhaney, both of Woburn, Jan. iS. 1873. 

John H. Miller, of Baltimore, Md.', and Florence Neal, of Woburn, March 
29. 1875. 

Walter S. Miller, of Springfield (2d), and Josephine L. Thompson, of Law- 
rence, June 15, 1875. 

Mary F. Miller and Edward Young, both of Wilmington, Feb. 24, 1883. 

Charles L. Miller, of Wilmington, and Mary A. Boutwell, of Woburn, Oct. i, 
18S3 

Christian E. Miller and Christina Lawson, both of Woburn, March 23, 
1885. 

Edwin C. Miller, of Woburn, and Ada F. Jellison, of Wilmington, June 17, 
1886. 

Lillian Miller and Edward C. Collamore, both of Woburn, Oct. 20, 1886. 

Harry Miller and Nielsene Lauritson. both of Woburn, Nov. 9, 18S7. 

Anna Miller and En^il Lentz, both of Woburn, Oct. 12. 1S88. 

William M. Miller, of Woburn (2d), and Anne M. Snow, of Winchester, 
July 3, 1S90. 

MILLETT. 

Benjamin Millett (2d) and Mary A. Hammond, both of Woburn, July 12, 
1882. 

MILLOTTE. 

Selina .Millotte and Louis Parent, both of Woburn, Feb. 12, 1888. 



AVOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 101 

MILLS. 

Laura M. Mills and Isaac A. Grant, both of Wobum, Dec. 24, 1883. 

MINITER. 

Patrick Miniter (2d) and Mary McCarthy, both of Woburn, Oct. ri, 1875. 
John Miniter, of Ayer, and Bridget Harkins, of Woburn, April iS, 1880". 

MIXOGUE. 

Catherine Minogue and Michael Lynch, both of Woburn, Nov. 11, 1883. 

MISKEL. 

Hannah Miskel (2d) and Coleman Flaherty (2d), both of Woburn, June 9, 
1S79. 

MITCHELL. 

Ella O. Mitchell, of Somerville, and John B. Mavhew, of Wobum, Oct. 29, 

rS73- 
Mary Mitchell and Mark Kelley, both of Woburn, Feb. 13, 1877. 
William A. Mitchell and Emma F. Kendall, both of Woburn, Jan. 10, 188S. 

MOBALL. 

Rosanna Moball (2d) and Faren Lavigne, both of Woburn, Sept. 23, 1883. 

MOBBS. 

James G. Mobbs and Emily Thorn, both of Woburn. Oct. 8, 1S81. 
Mary A. Mobbs, of Woburn, and John T. Hutchinson, of Maiden, Dec. 9," 
1885. 

MOGAX. 

Patrick J. Mogan, of Woburn, and Delia A. Gill, of Boston, Nov. 25, 1890. 

MONTAGUE. 

Thomas Montague and Mary Ra£fert)% both of Wobum, Nov. 24, 18S9. 

M0NTG03IE KY. 

James Montgomery and Mary A. McCrea, both of Woburn, Jan. 25, 1881. 
Catherine Montgomery, of Saugus, ancjl William Ray, of Woburn, Sept. 20, 
1883. 

MOOXEY. 

Michael J. Mooney and Ellen ^[cGlenn, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 1885. 
Bernard Mooney and Bridget Gill, both of Woburn, Tune 17, 1S8S. 
James P. Mooney and Sarah E. M. McMahon, both of Woburn, Sept. 19, 1S8S. 
Patrick H. Mooney and Maria L. Byrne, both of Woburn, April 27, 1890. 

MOORE (see also Mower). 

Alice Moore, of Woburn, and Jeremiah Murphy, of Boston, Oct. 17, 1873. 
Phebe R. Moore, of Woburn (2d), and William C. Little, of New Market, 

N. H. (2d), April 23, 1S74. 
Bridget Moore and Patrick Murray, both of Woburn, March ;, 1875. 
Thomas Moore (2d) and Jane Dwyer, both of Woburn, Jan. 24, 1877. 
Lizzie M. Moore and George W. Cook, both of Manchester, N. H., Oct. 9, 

1884. 
Elizabeth Moore, of Boston, and William A. Granfield, of Wobum, Nov. 28. 

1889. 
William W. Moore and Cassie McDonald, both of Wakefield, Aug. 3, 1890. 



102 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 



MORAX. 

Henry Moran, of Stoneham, and Leoia Fisk, of Woburn. Xov. 23, 1883. 
John Moran and Margaret L. Gannon, both of Woburn, April 25, 1S87. 

MORE LAND. 

Louisa M^reland and James Adamson, both of Woburn. Sept. 27, 1881. 
David F. Moreland and Martha E. Fay, both of Woburn. Jan. i, 18S4. 
Arthur S. Moreland and Teresa Witham, both of Woburn, June 6, 1SS9. 

MORGAN. 

Mav I. Morgan, of Woburn, and Charles A. White, of Boston, Dec. 31, 

«873- 
Amy A. Morgan, of Woburn, and Byron E. Bailey, of Boston, June 2, iSSi. 
Ellen T. Morgan and Michael J. Joyce, both of Woburn, Nov. lo, 18S7. 

MORRILL. 

Frank L. ^^o^rill, of Woburn, and Florence E. Kenney, of Stoneham, Nov. 

30. 1S73. 
Fannie M. Morrill, of Woburn, and Wallace E. Loveless, of Boston, May 

17, 18S0. 
Arvilla Morrill and Philos J. Goodrich, both of Woburn, March 31, 1884. 
Bertha E. Morrill and George R. Smith, both of Woburn, Aug. 29, 1889. 

MORRIS. 

Abby A. Morris and Arah Clement, both of Burlington, .Aug. 29, 1875. 
Richard Morris, of Woburn, and Anna M. Smith, of Lowe.i, Dec. 27, 1S75. 
John F. Morris and Louisa ^L Cu-hing, both of Woburn. Sept. 30, 1876. 
George Morris and Flora McKay, both of Woburn, Oct. 12. 1S78. 
Marcella J. Morris and Charles L. Young, bjth of Burlington, April 29, 1S79. 
Patrick Morris and Delia Niughton, both of Woburn, Juiy 19, 1885. 

MORRISON. 

Lewis W. Morrison and Rachel E. McDonald, both of Woburn, Nov. 12, 
1887. 

MORROW. 

Belle Morrow and John Busteed, both of Woburn, Aug. 19, 1875. 

Andrew Morrow and .Margaret Ray, both of Woburn, Oct. 7, iSSo. 

John Morrow and Letitia J. (Busteed) Morrow (2d), both of Peabody, Sept. 

16, 1886. 
Letitia J. (Busteed) Morrow (2d) and John Morrow, both of Peabodv, Sept. 

16, 18S6. 
George Morrow, of Burlington, and Phenie Kilpatrick, of Woburn, Oct. 30, 

18^. 

MORSE. 

Josephine R. Morse, of Exeter, N. H., and Frank B. .Munroe, of Salem, July 

26, 1874. • 
Frank E. Morse and Florence A. Todd, both of Woburn, March 6, 1878. 
Martin .Morse and Nellie Hurd (2d), both of Winchester. Nov. 23, 18S0. 
Florence .A. (Todd) Morse, of Woburn (2d), and Robert G. Hargrave, of 

New York, Dec. 2, iSSS. 
Fred L. Morse, of Woburn (2d), and ^^arv A. Dwver, of S;oneham, Feb. 17, 

18S9. 

• Also recorded July 16, 1874. 



WOBUEN RECORD OF 5IARRIAGES. 103 

MORTON. 

Reuben E. Morton, of Woburn, and Mary E. Reddy, of Stoneham, April 
14, 18SS. 

MOSHER. 

James A. Mosher (3d) and Catherine Cannegan, both of Woburn, June 21, 

1879- 
Dora Mosher, of Woburn, and John Tyrell, of Waltham, Oct. 10, 18S5. 

nOTHERWAY. 

Marv Motherway, of Somerville, and Patrick Weafer, of Woburn, Nov. 7, 

18S0. 

MOULTOX. 

Lizzie A. Moulton (Smith), of Wakefield (2d), and Frederick A. Forsaith, 

of Woburn, March 16, 1874. 
Isabel Moulton, of Woburn, and Joseph Patten, of Boston (2d), Oct. 2, 1878. 

3IOWER. 

Arthur J. Mower and Clara I. Carter, both of Woburn, Sept. 26, i8St. 
George H. Mower, of Boston, and Annie M. Jones, of Woburn, Feb. 25, 
1 885. 

MUGFORD. 

A. W. Mugford (3d) and Martha Ramsey, both of Woburn, Oct. 27, 18SS, 

MULHERAX. 

Mary A. Mulheran and Daniel McGorry, both of Woburn, Nov. 29, 1884. 
Ellen Mulheran, of Springfield, and Henry C. McGorry, of Woburn, Nov. 6, 

1884. 
James .Mulheran, of Woburn (2d) and Mary E. O'Donnell, of Boston, Feb. 

12, 1885. 
Thomas Mulheran, of Woburn, and Ellen Lynch, of W'inchester, Jan. 13, 

1887. 

MULHOLLAND. 

Fanny .Mulholland and William C. Loonev, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 

1877- 
Elizabeth S. Mulholland and Benjamin W. Ellis (2d), both of VV^oburn, July 

16, 1884. 

Mary J. Mulholland, of Woburn, and Patrick Fitzgerald, of Bath, Me., July 
27, 1886. 

MTJLLEX. 

Thomas Mullen and .Mary Green, both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 1874. 
Bartholomew Mullen (2d) and Margaret Gallagher, both of Woburn, May 

17, iS8i. 

John Mullen and Hannah Curran, both of Woburn, Aug. 11, 18S8. 
.Michael Mullen, of W'ilmington, and Annie O'Toole, of Woburn, Oct. 28, 
1889. 

MULRAHILL. 

Thomas D. Muirahill, of Cambridge, and Bridget Began, of Woburn, Nov. 
4. iSSS. 

MULREXAN. 

John .Mulrenan and .Mary King, both of Woburn, April 20, 1SS5. 

Patrick Mulrenan, of Woburn, and Kate Walsh, of Stoneham, April 28, 

i8»7. 
Eliza .Mulrenan and Bernard Quigley, both of Woburn, June 9, iS'67. 



104 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

MUNN. 

Kate VV. Munn and Arthur A. Fowle, both of Woburn, June 12, 1877. 

MUNKOE. 

Elivira E. Munroe and Frank H. Leathe, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1873. 
Frank B. Munroe, of Salem, and Josephine R. Morse, of Exeter, N. H , July 

26, 1S74.* 
Nellie M. Munroe and Edward J. Phillips, both of Woburn, Oct. 11, 1877. 
Archibald Munroe and Annie (Poole) McLane, both of Woburn, Oct. 15, 1SS7. 
Charles M. Munroe, of Woburn, and Blanche M. Young, of Stoneham, Nov. 

23, 1887. 
John C. Munroe and Janette E. Henderson, both of Winchester, June 14, 

1888. 
Lillian R. Munroe and Fred L. Carter, both of Woburn, Feb. 26, 1890. 

]!HUNYAN. 

Edward M. Munyan, of Woburn, and Mary U. Tapley, of Danvers, June 24, 
1885. 

MURDOCK. 

Mary J. Murdock (2d) and Justin E. Thompson, both of Woburn, June 2, 

1873- 
Alfred Murdock and Addie Davenport, both of Woburn, Dec. 17, 1875. 
Alexander Murdock (2d) and Clara A. Pickering, both of Woburn, Feb. 17, 

1876. 
Gertie Murdock and Samuel McNeil, both of Woburn, Aug. 12, 1885. 
Jennie S. Murdock and Marcellus Burnham (2d), both of Woburn, April i ;, 

18S9. 
Emma Murdock, of Woburn, and James W. \Vannamaker, of Somerville, 

March 19, 1890. 

MURPHY. 

Jeremiah Murphy, of Boston, and Alice Moore, of Woburn, Oct. 17, 1873. 
Flora A. Murphy and John Coyle, both of Woburn, July 20, 1879. 
Mary T. Murphy and John H. .Maguire, both of Woburn, Sept. 28, 18S0. 
Annie .Murphv, of Woburn, and Barney Gorman, of Peabody, Nov. 24, 

1880. 
Jeremiah Murphy (2d) and Ellen Hall (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 19, iSSl. 
Patrick J. .Murphy and Mary A. Looney, both of Woburn, May 24, 1SS3. 
Sarah C. Murphv and Henry M Dillon, both of Woburn, June 26, 18S3. 
Catherine Murphy and Patrick Daley (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 30, 18S3. 
Mary E. Murphv and Luman C. Gott, both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 1SS3. 
Michael K. \Iurphv, of Woburn (2d), and .Marv E. McArdle, of Boston (2d), 

Oct. 14. 18S3. 
Michael Murphy and Bridget Cunningham, both of Woburn, Sept. 18, 1SS4. 
Mary Murphy and Cornelius Corcoran, both of Woburn, Sept. 24, 1884. 
Bernard A. Murphy and Ellen McMahon, both of Woburn, Nov. 4, 1SS5. 
Julia A. Murphy and Charles F. McDerniott, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 

1886. 
John J. Murphy and Mary Brown, both of Woburn. Nov. 24, 1886. 
Nellie Murphy and John G. Busfield (2d), both of Woburn, Dec. 29, 1SS6. 
Nellie Murphy and Patrick Ganley, both ot Woburn, Nov. 3, 1887. 
Margaret J. Nlurphy and Stephen J. Foss, both of Woburn. Nov. 23, 1S87. 
Annie Murphy, of Woburn, and Martin Welch, of Lexington, April 24, 

188S. 

* Also recorded July 16, 1874. 



WOBUKX UECOKD OF AlAUKIAGES, 105 

JIt'KPHY, contituiid. 

Catherine Murphy and David Cuneo, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 188S. 
John F. Murphy and Mary A. Curran, both of Woburn, Nov. 2S, tSSS. 
Mary B. Murphy and William E. McBride, both of Woburn, Feb. 2, iSga 
William C. ^Iurphy and Lizzie Keating, both of Woburn, June 12, 1S90. 
Ellen Murphv, of Woburn, and Dennis Maguire, of Wilmington, Oct. 9, 

1890. 
Kate F. Murphy and James B. Murray, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1890. 

MURRAY. 

Catherine Murray (2d) and James O'DonneU, both of Woburn, Feb. 9, 1S73. 
Ellen Murray and Thomas liurke, both of Woburn, June 20, 1873. 
Owen Murray and Kate McMahon, both of Woburn, May 7, 1S74. 
Patrick Murray and Sarah Callan, both of Woburn, May 14, 1874. 
Rosa .Murray and Daniel V. Weldon, both of Woburn, June 9, t874. 
Peter Murray and .Agnes Col 1 ins, both of Woburn, Oct. 29, 1S74. 
Patrick .Murray and Bridget Moore, both of Woburn, March 5, 1875. 
George H. .Murray and Margaret M. McHugh, b th of Woburn, Julv 10, 

1875- 
Mary Murray, of Boston, and Patrick Haggerty, of Woburn {2d), Sept. 29, 

1877. 
Rosa .Murray and George Doherty (2d), both of \\ oburn, May 18, 1S79. 
Mary Murray and John Cashman, both of Wilmington, Sept. 16, 1S79. 
Patrick Murray and Eliza Martin, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 1S79. 
Eliza J. Murray and Nathan Pettingill, Jr.. both of Woburn, May 21, iSSo. 
Mary Murray and Huf^h Martin, both of Woburn, Oct. 14, 18S0. 
George Murray and .Mary Bradley, both of Woburn, Feb ri, 1S81. 
Hugh D. Murray and Delia M. F' lion, both of Woburn, Feb. 27, 1S81. 
Mary A. Murray and Peter O'Brien, both of Woburn, .April 25. 1882. 
Kate P. Murray, of Boston, and Thomas W. Tierney. of Woburn, Oct. 7, iSS2. 
Kate Murray and Domimck .McDevitt, both of Woburn, Feb. 6, 1SS3. 
Mary E. Murray, of Woburn, and John Dever, of Stoneham, .April 22, 1SS3. 
Catherine A. Murray and Walter E. Stearns, both of Woburn, July 25, 1S83. 
Catherine Murray and Daniel Downey, both of Woburn, Sept. q. 1883. 
Bessie Murray and Daniel Lynch, both of Woburn, Sept. 20, 1883. 
Peter H. .Murray, of Woburn, and Ann G. Quillan, of Stoneham, May 10, 

1884. 
Peter Murray (2d) and Mary Breen, both of Woburn, Sept. ro, 1884. 
Elizabeth Murray and George White, both of Woburn, June 16, 1885. 
John H. .Murray and Mary A. Hevey, both of Woburn, Jan. 27, 1886. 
A. H. Murray, of Boston (2d), and Esther .A. Foss, of Woburn (2d), Aug. 17, 

1886. 
Benjamin C. Murray and Harriet E. Porter, both of Woburn, Sept. 7, 1SS7. 
Mary f. .Murray and Peter J. Foley, both of Woburn, April 4. 1S88. 
John H. Murray and Delia Flaherty, both of Woburn, Aug. 31, 188S. 
James B. Murray and Kate F. Murphy, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1890. 

MURTHE. 

Jane Murthe, of Newark, N. J., and Bartlett Haley, of Woburn, Feb. 24, 
1876. 

MUSE. 

. Julia A. Muse and Thomas H. Sullivan, both of Woburn, April 13, 1879. 
Feli-x Muse, of Woburn, and Rose .Muse, of Reading, June 11, 1S54. 
Rose Muse, of Reading, and Felix Muse, of Woburn, June 11, 1S84. 

MYERS. 

Harriet A. Mvers, of Woburn, and William H. Ralph, of Boston, Mav 27, 
1874. 



106 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

NASH. 

Margaret Nash and Arthur McCloskey, both of Woburn, Aug. 15, 1S84. 

NASON. 

Abby A. Nason, of Woburn, and Dilbert \V. Dennis, of Somerville, Sept. 14, 

1S74. 
Amasa W. Nason and Harriet P. Thompson (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 25 

1877. 
John F. Nason, of Woburn, and Sarah Haynes, of Newbury, N. H., April 

14, iSSo. 
Henrietta W. Nason, of Woburn, and Roswell C. Richardson, of Stoneham. 

May 16, i8?i. 
Moses D. Nason and Elizabeth Mayes, both of Woburn, Dec. 24, 1S85. 
Amasa W. Nason (2d) and Delia M. Wyman, both of Wolmrn, Oct. 21, 18SS. 

NAUGHTOX (see also Nicghton and Norton). 

Martin Naughton and Catherine Foley, both of Woburn, July 35, 1S87. 

NAY. 

Martha J. Nay, of Boston, and Uri A. Stone, of Acton, Jan. 6, 1879. 

NEAL. 

Hugh Neal and Maria A. Waite, both of Stoneham, Nov. 21, 1873. 
Ruth A. Neal (2d) and Green Page (2d), both of Lynn, Nov. 17, 1S74. 
Florence Neal, of Woburn, and John'H. Miller, of Baltimore, Md., March 
29, 1875. 

NELSON.* 

Annie D. Nelson and Walter W. Bennett, both of Woburn, June i, 1875. 
Annie T. Nelson and John Doherty, both of Woburn, bept. 27, 1S76. 
Frank S. Nelson and Hatne J. Dean, both of Woburn, Jan. iS, 1S77. 
Lilla Nelson and Francis Bannon, both of Burlington, "^ov. 16, 1879. 
Minnie H. Nelson, of Burlington, and William G. Reed, of Hudson, Oct. 11, 

iSSf. 
Christian Nelson and Christina Johnson, both of Woburn, Sept. 22, 1883. 
Hiel J. Nelson (3d) and Millie H. Woodward, both of Woburn, Nov. 10, 

1887. 
Kirstine K. Nelson and Anders Janson, both of Woburn, July 20, 1889. 
Cassie Nelson and Alexander Easley (2d), both of Woburn, Dec. 16, 1S90. 

NEVILLE. 

Lizzie Neville, of Woburn, and Samuel T. Eldridge, of Dartmouth, June 30, 

1875- 
Marietta Neville and John Fickett (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 29, 1879. 

NEWCOMB. 

Phebe M. Newcomb and George V. Lewis, both of Woburn, Dec. 27, 1S76. 
Frank Newcomb and Ida F. McDonald (2d;, both of Woburn, Jan. 24, 1883. 
Phebe L. Newcomb and Richard G. Couk, both ot Woburn, Nov. 15, 1SS3. 
William R. Newcomb and Bertha W. Norris, both of Woburn, March L2, 

1884. 
George H. Newcomb, of Woburn, and Susie A. Gustin, of Winchester, 

N...^. 27, 1889. 

* See no;e under Shattuck. 



WOBUKN RECORD OF MAWRIAGES. 107 

NEWHALL. 

Frank Newhall and Lizzie Bleniis, both of Woburn, July 25, 1S7S. 
Henrietta A. Newhall and Joseph A. Dickinson, both of Woburn, Dec. 13, 

18S2. 
Frank Newhall and Nellie E. Merrill, both of Maiden, June 26, 1884. 

N'EWTOX. 

Charles W. Newton and Emily C. Marshall, both of Woburn, Aug. 20, 
188S. 

NICHOLS. 

Charles E. Nichols and Kate C. Krye, both of Woburn, Nov. 19. 187J, 
Martha A. Nichols and John E. Kussell, both of Woburn, Sept. 19, ii>76. 
Lillian Nichols and George H. Wilson, Jr., both of Kurlington, Nov. i, 1877, 
Tracv W. Nichols and Susette E. Tiilson, both of Woburn, Nov. 7, 1677. 
George W. Nichols, of Woburn, and Helen F. Leslie, of Ayer, Nov. 12,. 

1879 
Frank C. Nithols and Mary L. Crosby, both of Woburn, Feb. 12, jSSo. 
John W. Nichols, of Stonehani (2d), and Marv A. Urne, if Woburn (2d), 

Nov. 30, iSSo. 
J. H. A iliis Nirhf.Ls and Marv A. Skeiton, both of Burlington, Feb. 25, 

iSSi. 
Elmore Nichols and Lizzie Gillespie, both of Woburn. May 25, 1SS2. 
Arthur W. Nichols and Mary A. Ga lagher, both of Woburn, July 11, 1S83, 
William M. Nichols and Jenny H. McCarthy, both of Woburn, .Aug. 2, 1SS3.. 
Alice J. Nichols and Uscar A. Boutwell, both of Woburn, March 2, 1S84. 
Frank C. Nichols, of Woburn (2d), and Sarah E. Carter, of Wilmington, 

June 15^, 1 886. 
Fred S. Nichols, of Winchester, and Flora C. Greenleaf, of Woburn, June 

16, 18S7. 

NIKOLAYSEX. 

John Nikolaysen and Matilda Gurdersen, both of Woburn, Oct. 11, 1885. 

NIMBLETT. 

Charles R. Nimblett and Lucy A. Kelley (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 

1885. 
Charles K. Nimblett, of Salem (2d), and Elizabeth ^L Downey, of Woburn, 

Dec. 2, 1S86. 

NIUGHTON. 

Delia Niughton and Patrick Morris, buth of Woburn, July 19, 1885. • 

XOALTY. 

Hannah Noalty and Thomas Cook (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 19, 1889. 

NOBLES. 

George W. Nobles and Bridget E. Callahan, both of Woburn, March 12, 
1890. 

NOLAN. 

John Nolan and .Mary King, both of Woburn, Feb. iS, 1S74. 

Mary E. Nolan and James Conole. both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1878. 

Mary E. Nolan, of Boston, and Thomas McCarihv, ot Woburn, Aug. 4, 

1880. 
William Nolan and Mary Stanton, both of Woburn, Sept. 22, 1883. 
John Nolan and Julia lluse, both of Woburn, Feb. 8, 1SS4. 



108 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES- 

NOLAX, continued. 

Bridget Nolan and James H. McGovern. both of Woburn. Aug. 17, 1SS4. 
Bridl'Ct Nolan and John Kelley, both of Woburn, Nov. 15, 1884. 
William D. Nolan and Marv J- Fallon, both of Woburn, June 30, 1SS6. 
Patrick Nolan, of Woburn (2d), and Julia Ruane, of Boston, June i, 1SS7. 
Margaret F. Nolan and John J. Beattie, both of Woburn, June 27, 18S9. 

JfOONAN. 

Michael Noonan and Fannie Broderick, both of Woburn, Sept. 26, iSSS. 

Bertha W^ Norris and William R. Newcomb, both of Woburn, March 12, 

18S4. 
William H. Norris, of Epping, N. H., and Cora M. Tyler, of Woburn, Sept. 

30. i8j6. 
Sarah B. F. Norris and Harry J. Thumert, both of Burlington, Nov. 24, 

1887. 

NORTHRUP. 

Esmund B. Northrup, of St. John, N. B., and Hattie B. McLean, of Wo- 
burn, May 28, 1889. 

NORTON (see also N.^ughton). 

Ella J. Norton and William Gatelv (2d), both of Stoneham, Nov. 2S, 1884. 
Katie E. Norton and Michael F. Fallon, both of Woburn, May 10, 18S5. 

NOTTAGE. 

Elizabeth B. Nottage, of Melrose, and John R. Lane, of Woburn (2d), Dec. 
22, 1881. 

NOYES. 

Edward B. Noyes, of Woburn, and Ellen Duffy, of Arlington, Aug. 26, 
1886. 

NUTE. 

Ella C. Nute and George F. Luce, both of Woburn, March 16, 188 1. 

O'BRIEN. 

Annie O'Brien and Michael Quig^ey, both of Woburn,July 16, 1875. 
John O'Brien and Bridi^et Roper, both of Woburn, Nov. 7, 1875. 
Frank O'Brien and Alice Kearns, both of Woburn, Feb. 22. 1S79. 
Patrick O'Brien (2d) and Marv Costello, both of Woburn, Feb. 5. iSSo. 
Joanna O'Brien and Charles T. Hennessv, both of Woburn, April 28, 18S0. 
Alice E. O'Brien and James C. Kennedy, both of Woburn, June 16, iSSi. 
Sarah O'Brien and John McMahjn, both of Woburn, June 16, iSSi. 
Peter O'Brien and Mary A. .Murray, both of Woburn, April 25, 1882. 
John O'Brien and Mary Wall, both of Woburn, Dec. 31, 18S2. 
Kate O'Brien, of Woburn, and foseph McDermott, of Nashua, N. H., June 
26, 1883. 
"Thomas H. O'Brien and Rose E. Riley, both of Woburn, July 2, 1S84. ^^ 
James O'Brien (2d) and Bridget < iallagher, both of Woburn, Jan. 17, iS36. 
Jane C. O'Brien and John Lvnch, both of Woburn, Oct. 23, 1SS7. 
Kllen O'Brien and Bernard II. Folan, both of Woburn, Jan. 18, 1S88. 
Mary O'Brien, of Cambridge, and Patrick Tenney, of Woburn, Julv 26, 

1888. 
Bridget O'Brien and John Hewitt, Jr., both of Woburn, Jan. — , 1889. 



• WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 109 

O'CALLAHAX. 

Denni-i O'Callahan (2d) and Sarah Doherty, both of Woburn, Jan. 26, 
1873- 

O'CONNELL. 

Ellen O'Connell and James A. Downey, both of Woburn. ^^ay 28, 1874. 

Mary A. O'Connell and Albert D. Davis, boih of Woburn. luue 26, 1879. 

Marv A. O'Connell and James H. Carr, both of Woburn. Nov. 19, 1SS4. 

Katherine O'Connell, of Winchester, and Thomas E. McDermott, of Wo- 
burn, Sept. 25, 1SS9. 

Hannah O'Connell, of Winchester, and Thomas E. Farrell, of Woburn, 
April 20, 1S90. 

O'COXXOR (see also Connor). 

John O'Connor and Sarah Connolly, both of Woburn, .March 30, 1875. 

Michael O'Connor and Mary Griffin (2d), both of Woburn. N'ov. 30, 1S76. 

Michael O'Connor, of Woburn (2d), and Margaret McDonald, of Burling- 
ton, March 3, 1S78. 

Honora O'Connor, of Boston, and Thomas Beattie, of Woburn, Aug. 7, 
1884. 

Daniel O'Connor and Bridget Walsh, both of Woburn, May 5, 1887. 

Morris O'Connor, Jr., and .Marv E. Clancy, both of Woburn, Oct. 27, 1S87. 

Michael O'Connor and Maria Brennan. both of Woburn. Xov. 27, 1890. 

0*DONXELL. 

James O'Donneil and Catherine Murray (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 9^ 

1873- 
Niel O'Donneil and Elizabeth Carney, both of Woburn. May 29, 1873. 
James O'Donneil and Ann Maguire, both of Woburn, June 20. 1S78. 
Fannie J. O'Donneil and Augustus McCarthy, both of Woburn, Sept. 2, 

1878. 
Rosanna O'Donneil and John Taffe, both of Woburn, Xov. 20, 1S79. 
John O'Donneil and Hannah Flaherty, both of Woburn, May 22, iSSo. 
Mary A O'Donneil and Martin Jovce, both of Woburn. Xov. 23. 1S81. 
Catherine O'Donneil and Daniel McCarron, both of Woburn, Feb. 2r, 1882. 
Rosa O'Donneil and Thomas Finnegan, both of Woburn, June 7, 1SS3. 
Mary O'Donneil, of Winchester, and Stephen Gallagher, of Woburn (2d), 

Sept. 17, 1S83. 
Mary O'Donneil and John McDermott, both of Woburn, X'ov. 29, 1883. 
Bridget O'Donneil and George F. StygJe*. both of Woburn, Feb. 8, 1S84. 
Patrick O'Donneil and Mary A. GiU, both or Woburn, July 3, 1S84. 
I Lizzie T- O'Donneil, of Hudson, and Edward F. Carnev, of Woburn, Jan, 

I, 1885. 
Mary E. O'Donneil, of Boston, and James Mulheran, ol Woburn (2d), Feb. 

12, 1885. 
Sarah A. O'Donneil, of Barnstable, and John F. Foss, of Woburn, April 23, 

1885. 
Mary O'Donneil, of Boston, and John Hartan, of Woburn (2d), May 17, 

1885. 
Koss O'Donneil and James F. McKenna, both of Woburn. April 20, 1S87. 
Hugh O'Donneil, of Woburn, and Catherine Barr, of Winchester, Mav 3, 

1888. 
Bridget O'Donneil and Thomas Flaherty, both of Woburn, Aug. 2, 188S. 
Robert O'Donneil, of Woburn, and Margaret Doherty, of Boston, Sept. 28, 

1890. 
Bridget O'Donneil, of Winchester, and William Doherty, of Woburn, Oct. 

23, 1890. 



110 WOBURN RKCORD OF MARRIAGES. 

O'HARA. 

Alice J. O'FIara and John C. Plummer (2d), both of Woburn, March 5, 

1S74 
Delia O'Hara and George W. Alden, both of Fitchburg, "Aug. 27, 1879. 

O'HEARN. 

Edward O'Hearn and Mary O'Leary, both of Woburn, May 10, 1883. 
John O'Hearn, of Woburn. and Margaret Roach, of Boston, Jan. 3, 1886. 

O'KEEFE. 

Patrick O'Keefe and Hannah Hanley, both of Woburn, Aug. 9, 1877. 

O'LEARY. 

Bridget O'Leary (2d) and fohn McCarthy, both of Woburn, April 21, iSSo. 
Mary O'Leary and Edward O'Hearn, both of Woburn, May 10, 18.S3. 

OLIPHAXT. 

Maria \l. Oliphant, of Woburn, and George P. Welch, of Cleveland, O., 
June 23, 1873. 

OLIVER. 

Julia N. Oliver and Arthur N. Jewett, both of Winchester, May 3, 1S79. 

OLSON. 

Eva Olson and Andrew Tohn«on. both of Woburn, May 30, 1883. 
Mertina Olson (2d) and Carl Peterson, both of W'oburn, June 13, 1S83. 
Bernard Olson and Lottie Smedberg, both of Woburn, Sept. 15, 1SS3. 
Carl Olson (2d) and Sophia Carlson, both of Woburn, April 20. 1889. 
John Olson and Ingard Anderson, both of Woburn, Dec. 21, 18S9. 
Peter Olson and Amelia Bergman, both of Woburn, Tuiy 24, 1890. 
Alfred L. Olson and Augusta C. Johnson, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 1890. 

O'MARA. 

David A. O'Mara, of Cambridge, and Nellie M. Caulfield, of Woburn, Aug. 
29. 1880. 

O'MELIA. 

Delia O'Melia and Simon Gibbons, both of Woburn, May 19, 1883. % 

O'NEIL. 

Charles S. O'Neil, of Boston (2d), and Elizabeth J. Jones, of Woburn, June 

15, 1879. 
Edward O'Neil and Rosa A. Curran, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 1881. 

OXIOX. 

Nancy D. Onion (2d) and Thomas Carrigan (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 26, 

1877. 
Charles D. Onion (2d) and Mary E. Sine (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 16, 

1877.' ^ 
Edward F. Onion, of Woburn, and Clara E. Davis, oi, Cape Breton, N. S., 

Fuly 13. 1881. 
Charles D. Onion (2d) and Mary F. Hughes, both of Woburn, Oct. 15, 

1882. 

ORDWAY. 

Mary E. Ordway and George H. Sutherland, both of Woburn, April 21, 
1877- 



WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. Ill 

ORGAN. 

J. Newton Organ, of Everett, and Mary F. Clement, of West Atnesbury, 
April 20, t874. . 

O'KILEY. • 

William O'Riley and Nellie Regan, both of Woburn. Feb. 17, iSS/. 
James O'Riley and Agnes McCarthy, both of Woburn, Nov. to, 1887. 

ORMOND. 

Annie Ormond and Timothy Callahan, both of Woburn, March 5, 1S78. 
ORNE. 

Mary E. Orne and N. Augustus Davis, both of Charlestown, Dec. 31, .873. 
Mary A. Orne. of Woburn (2d), and John W. Nichols, of Stoneham (2d), 
Nov. 30, iSSo. 

O'ROURKE (see also Roorke). 

Bridget O'Rourke, of Boston, and William McGorran, of Woburn July "o 

1879. 
John O'Rourke and Ellen McManus, both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 18SS. 

OSBORNE. 

John E. Osborne and Henrietta Delano, both of Woburn, July 6, 18S6. 
OSGOOD. 

George G. Osgood, of Wobirn, and Emma J. Cate, of Manchester, N. II., 
.March 19, 1 87 3. 

OTIS. 

Sadie E. Ot=s, of Medford, and Ensign L. Kimball, of Revere, Feb. 2r, 18S1. 
Frances A. Otis and Jeremiah H. Pote (3d), both of Boston, Feb. 21, i88i. 

O'TOOLE. 

Annie O'Toole, of Woburn, and Michael Mullen, of Wilmington, Oct. 28 

1889. 
Mary A. O'Toole, of Woburn, and Austin Garvev, of Winchester. Oct 2 

1890. 

OWENS. 

Julia Owens, of WHmington, and Marcus M. Bancroft, of Minn., July 14, 
1874. 

PAGE. 

H. Emily Page and .\lbert A. Clement, both of Woburn. Aug. 21, 1873. 
Green Page (2d) and Ruth A. Neal (2d), both of Lvnn, Nov. [7, 1S-4. 
Eugene Page, of Newark, N. J., and .Ada A. Bancroft, of Woburn, March 

9. 1876. 
Addie A. Page and Thomas J. White, both of Woburn, Feb. 28, 1S77. 
Mar)' J. Page, of Bath, Me. (2d), and Thaddeus Parker, of Winchester 

(2d), Aug. 22, 1877- 
Nellie M. Paae and Tohn R. Ma.>cwe!!. both of Woburn. Sept. 30, 1889. 
Carrie E. Page, of Woburn, and Albert H. Robinson, of Cambridge, April 

25, 18S2. 

PA INC HAND. 

Agnes Painchand, of Cambridge, and Alphonzo L. LaCasse, of Woburn 
March 2, 1SS6. 



112 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

PAIXE. 

Ida G. Paine and James R. Carty (2d), both of Lincoln, Sept. 20. 1S74. 
Mary S Paine, of Pownal, Me., and John S. Huse, of Woburn, March : 
, 1875. 

Clarence S. Paine, of Woburn, and Annie E. Estes, of Poland, Me., Dec. 2;, 

1S82. 
Marietta B. Paine and William E. McDonald, both of Woburn, Tan. 2-j. 

1884. 

PALMER. 

Georgie Palmer, of Stoneham, and Simon Blake, of Woburn (2d), Nov. ^, 
1880. 

Mary C. Palmer, of Woburn, and David F. Gifford, of Falmouth (2d), 
Sept. 7, 1S82. 

William A. Palmer (2d) and Harriet A. Madison, both of Woburn, Nov. 
23. 1887. 

William Palmer, of Cambridge (2d), and Elizabeth (Taylor) Dodd, of Wo- 
burn (2d), Dec. 22, iSgo. 

PANG BURN. 

John J. Pangburn and Rose Finnegan, both of Woburn, April 20, 1887. 
PARENT. 

Louis Parent and Selina Millotte, both of Woburn, Feb. 12, 18S8. 

PARKER. 

Martha C. Parker and Joseph Linne_ll(2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 8, 1873. 
James A. Parker, of Merrimack, N. H., and Mary A. French, of Woburn, 

Dec. II, 1873. 
Susan E. Parker and Clarence M. Crowell, both of Woburn, Feb. 2, 1875. 
Clara A. Parker, of Woburn, and Alfred H. Holland, of Boston, Sept. 5, 

1876. 
Thaddeus Parker, of Winchester (2d), and Mary J. Page, of Bath, Me. (2d), 

Aug. 22, 1877. 
Lydia T. Parker and John H. Richardson, both of Woburn, May 15, 187S. 
Benjamin F. Parker and Mary NL Childs, both of Woburn, Dec. 24. 187S. 
Mary L. Parker and Granville Boutwell, both of Woburn, Julv 4, 1S79. 
Warren B. Parker and Mary E. Bradley, both of Woburn, Sept. 3, 1879. 
Joseph B. Parker, of Nashua, N. H , and Emma L. Blake, of Woburn, Feb. 

8, 1882. 
William C. Parker and Charlotte M. Kelley, both of Woburn, Aug. 7, 1886. 
Elfie L. Parker and Joseph L. Francis, both of Woburn, Oct. 28, 1886. 
Elizabeth F. Parker and John W. Ellard, both of Woburn, Nov. 25, 1SS6. 
Harriet G. Parker and William E. Sherman, both of Woburn, Nov. 9. 1887. 
Marion J. Parker, of Groton, and Maynard S. Prescott, of Woburn, Oct. 25, 

1S88. 
Augusta L. Parker and Asa W. Boutwell (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 6, 

1889. 
Lillian W. Parker, of Woburn, and Horace L Bailey, of Winchester, Sept. 

17. 1890. 

PARKERSON. 

Harry P. Parkerson and Harriet H. Hyde, both of Woburn, Feb. 14, 1S83. 
Harriet (Hyde) Parkerson, of Woburn (2d), and Charles W. Parsons, Jr., 
of Maiden (2d), June 25, 1SS5. 

PARK HURST. 

George E. Parkhurst, of Woburn, and S. Fanny Turner, of Reading, July 
27, 1875. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 113 

|V\RKS. 

Leonard W. Parks and Catherine M. Rooney, both of Woburn, Nov. 3, 

iSSo. 
Granville Parks (2d) and Alice Goff, both of Boston, Nov. 16, 18S6. 

PARSONS (see also Pearsons). 

Fraxton P. Parsons and Ellen Gilgun, both of Woburn, April 20, 1873. 
Charles W. Parsons, Jr., of Maiden (zd), and Harriet (Hyde) Parkerson, of 

Woburn (2d). June 25, 18S5. 
Charles H. D. Parsons, of Stoneham, and Nellie H. Bulfinch, of Woburn, 
Oct. S, 1S90. 

PARTRIDGE. 

Francis A. Partridge, of Woburn, and Mary F. Mead, of Hingham, Jan. 
24, 18S2. 

PATCH. 

Adeline W. Patch, of Littleton, and Amos H. Knowlton, of Woburn, Dec. 
31, 18S1. 

PATTEN. 

Maria L. Patten and Henry A. Humphrey, both of Winchester, March 8, 

1S74. 
Joseph Patten, of Boston (2d), and Isabel Moulton, of Woburn, Oct. 2, 

1S78. 

PATTERSON. 

James Patterson and Sarah J. Coleman, both of Woburn, March 2r, 1878. 
George Patterson and Isabella Ray, both of Woburn, April 14, 1885. 
Margaret Patterson and Alexander Elliot, both of Woburn, Aug. 16, 1888. 
Lucella Patterson and John S. Chambers, both of Woburn, Dec. 25, 1888. 

PEABODF. 

Abbv C. Peabodv, of Woburn, and John H. Hatch, of Bedford, Nov. 15, 
1876. 

PEACOCK. 

Nellie J. Peacock, of Nashua, N. H., and John H. Taylor, of Burlington, 
Dec. 24, 1876. 

PEARSONS (see also Parsons). 

Herbert J. Pearsons and Alice S. Skinner, both of Woburn, Feb. 17. 1873. 
James B. Pearsons and Florence M. Eastman, both of Woburn, Nov. 12, 

'873- 
John B. Pearsons and Ida R. Knight, both of Woburn, Oct. 4, 1876. 
"Ella N. Pearsons and Albert W. Matthews (2d), both of Lowell, Feb. 9, 

1S82. 
Eoward Pearsons, of Woburn, and Nellie F. Sullivan, of Lowell, Aug. 8, 

1883. 
Edgar L. Pearsons and Emma Flanders (2d), both of Woburn, May 8, 

1SS4. 
Hannah Pearsons and Andrew Everburg, both of Woburn, Sept. 30, 1889. 
Ale.xander Pearsons and Lou:se .Steele, both of Woburn, Dec. 28, 1889. 

PEASE. 

Edgar S. Pease, of Woburn, and Sarah A. Davis, of Saugus (2d), Aug. 3, 

1S7S. 
Georae Pease, of Arlington, and Jennie W. Caleb, of Woburn, Oct. 28, 

1889. 



114 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

PELL. 

Mertie Pell and Clarence Cole, both of Woburn, May 7, 1S90. 

PEXXEY. 

Abbie M. M. Penney, of Woburn, and Henry B. Rees, of Boston, Julv 27, 
1S77. 

PEPPARD. 

Eunice E. Peopard and William F. Humphrey, both of Winchester, Nov. 
15, r877. 

PERHA3I. 

Alnnzo L. Perham and S. Jennie Hunnewell, both of Woburn, Sept. 3, 
1884. 

PERKINS. 

Franklin J. Perkins and Mary J. Bradley, both of Woburn, Sept. 11, 1879. 
Bessie J Perkins, of Woburn, and Ernest L. Frail, of Hopkinton, Dec. 2r, 

1S81. 
Emma A. Perkins, of Topsfield (2d), and William M. Tyler, of Stoneham, 

Sept. 16, 18S6. 
Mav H. Perkins and Francis L. Skinner, both of Woburn, June 5, 1SS9. 
Amanda M. Perkins, of Reading (2d), and Prentice S. Barnard, of Woburn 

(2d), July 26, 1S90. 

PERRY. 

Myra O. Perrv, of Boston, and James F. Buel, of Woburn, Dec. 25, 18S2. 
Frank L. Perr)- and Annie L. Cummings, both of Woburn, March 6, 1S90. 

PETERS. 

George A. Peters and Fannie L. Converse, both of Woburn, March 12, 1SS5. 

PETERSON. 

Carl Peterson and Mertina Olson (2d), both of Woburn, June 13, 1S83. 
Bernard Peterson and Selma Lundquist, both of Woljurn, June 15, 1SS4. 
Christina Peterson and Xeils Brogard, both of Woburn, Julv 13, rSS;. 
John C. Peterson and Christine Christenson, both of VVoburn, Sept. 22, 

1887. 
Peter Peterson and Kristina Lund, both of Woburn, Oct. to, 1S87. 
Hannah Peterson and John Anderson, both of Woburn, Mav 12, 1S88. 
Bertha S. Peterson, of Woburn, and Martin Anderson, of Boston, Aug. 6, 

1890. 

PETTEE. 

Walter F. Pettee, of Somerville, and Josie Bart, of New Hampshire, Oct. 
II, 1890. 

PETTINGILL. 

Nathan Pettingill, Jr., and Eliza J. Murray, both of Woburn, May 21, 18S0. 

PHELPS. 

Pauline Phelps and John De Loriea, both of Burlington, May 24, 1S73. 
-Emma T. Phelps and Frederic W. Burns, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1884. 

PHILLIPS. 

Isabella Phillips, of Woburn, and William P. Holt, of North Reading (2d), 

Jan. 12, 1873. 
Isaac M. Phillips, of Woburn, and Annie I?. Thayer, of Medfojd, Sept. 5, 

1877. 



WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 115 

PHILLIPS, continued. 

Edward J. Phillips and Xellie M. Munroe, both of Woburn, Oct. ii, 1877. 
Ella F. Phillips and Wanda F. Rhodes, both of Woburn, April -S, iSSo. 
William Phillips, of Hadlev, and Hannah E. Killian, cf Woburn. Oct. 9, 
1884. 

PHIXXEY. 

Robert J. W. Phinney, of Boston, and Sarah M. Clough, of Woburn, Oct. 

10. 1S78. 
William Phinnev, of Wilmington, and Maggie E. Stokes, of Woburn, July 

31, 1889. 

PICKERING. 

Ira W. Pickering and Mary C. Johnson, both of Woburn, Mav 13. 1873. 
Clara A. Pickering and Ale.xander Murdock (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 17, 

1876. 
Martha Pickering, of Bellingham, and Frank Rector, of Newport, R. I., Oct. 

iS, 18S1. 
George E. Pickering (2d) and Serena B. Richardson, both of Woburn, May 

31, 1884. 

PIERCE.* 

Thomas J. Pierce, of Woburn (2d), and Sophia W. Kellogg, of Orange (2d), 

April 7. 1S75. 
Frank B. Pierce and Elmina R. Duren, both of Woburn, July q, 1877. 
Elmore A. Pferce and Caroline A. Duren, both of Woburn, Dec 25, 1878. 
Warren T. Pierce and Adrianna James (2d), both of Woburn, Mav 14, 1S79. 
Ruscoe P. Pierce and Mabel X. Houtwell, both of Woburn, [an. 13, 18S1. 
Edward G. Pierce and Mary W. Gleason, both of Woburn, June i, 1881. 
Theodore L. Pierce, of Woburn, and Marv E. Fuller, of Somerville, Oct. 7, 

1885. 
Edith D. Pierce and Harry C. Pindar, both of Woburn, Dec. 25, 1SS6. 
Melinda A. Pierce and Franklin E. Hepsom, both of Woburn, Aug. 6, 

1888. 

PIKE. 

Benjamin F. Pike, of Norton, and Olive A. Richardson, of Woburn, July r, 
1880. 

PINDAR. 

Harry C. Pindar and Edith D. Pierce, both of Woburn, Dec. 25, 1886. 

PINKHA3I. 

Lizzie L. Pinkham and Charles F. Hayes, both of Woburn, April 23, 1879. 
Edward V. Pinkham and Emma F. Fawcett, both of Woburn, Jan. 25, 18S2. 

*The same Day [Friday last, June ii] we had here an account of a sad .\ccident which happened 
at Woburn that Day. viz.: Mr. James Clough, with his Apprentice, John Potter, of this Town, 
Founder,and one Pierce, of Woburn, being in pursuit of a Copper Mine, and in order to come at 
it they were ob! 5'd to break to pieces a large Rock, and charg'd it with Powder sufficient, as they 
were rammirg the broken pieces of Stone upon the Powder, struck Fire, which i^ew in at a crack 
that was in the Cane whicli held the Fuze, and instantiy communicated itself to the Powder that 
was in the bottom of the hole, and blew them up : Mr. Clough lost his right hand ih-;n, and had 
his Arm "o broke to pieces, and his left hand burnt to that degree that he had hi? nsii i Arm and 
left Hand cut o5 the next Day ; he was also much wounded in his Stomach, and his Life is in great 
danger. His .Apprentice, John Potter, had bis right .Arm so burnt that it was tho't necessary, and 
accordingly was cut off. Mr. Pierce was much wounded in his Face, was blind, and his Life in 
danger. — The Boston H^eekly Xe-jjs-L filer, June 17, 173 i. 

We hear also from Woburn, that this Day, Sennight, a young Man, jumping carelessly off a 
Load of Hay, fell upon a Pitch-fork, which gave him a dangerous, if rot monal Wound.— /"A* 
Boston IVeekiy Xews-Letter, .Aug. 5, 1731. See The iVeu/s, of Nov. 18, iSgj. 



11(5 WOBURN KECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

PLACE. 

Everett G. I'lace and Alice G. Dow, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, 18S6. 

PLUM3IEK. 

John C. Plummer (2cl) and Alice J. O'Hara, both of Woburn, March 5. 1874. 
Abbie A. Plummer and John S. Huse (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 24. 1S88. 
James E. Plummer and Mary A. Johnson, both of Woburn, Aug. 19, 1888. 

PLUNK ETT. 

Mathew Plunkett and Mary Duffy, both of Woburn, July 9, 1876. 

PLYMPTON. 

Ellen J. Plympton and Charles H. Harrington, Jr., both of Woburn, Dec. 
24, 1S73. 

POLLAPD. 

Adelaide M. Pollard and S. Franksford Trull, both of Woburn, j[_une 10, 

1873- 
Ella M. Pollard, of Woburn, and Archibald Ralston, of Berthier, Canada, 

June 10, 1S74. 
Millie F. Pollard and Marcellus H. Allen, both of Woburn, Jan. 2, 1878. 

POMFRET. 

S. Abbie Pomfret, of Marlboro, and Frank W. Greydon, of Woburn, May 
18, 1882. 

POOLE. 

James O. Poole and Jessie McLean, b >th of Woburn, Sept. 13, 1884. 

Marv F. Poole, of Woburn, and George S. Dunlap, of Winchester, April 2, 

1885. 
James Poole, of Woburn (2d), and Mary J. Chambers, of Burlington, Feb. 

22, 1888. 

PORC'ELL (see Purcell). 

PORTER. 

Jane Porter and Charles Upton, both of Wobu-n, May 2, 1S74. 

Sarah Porter, of Winchester, and Philip McConologue, of Woburn, April 

27, 1879. 
Daniel T. Porter, of Woburn, and Kate She, of Winchester, Feb. 10, 1880. 
Annie Porter and James Meehan, Jr., both of Woburn, May 2, iSSo. 
Edith E. Porter, of Reading, and Elwin B. Richardson, of Woburn, Dec. 14, 

1881. 
Sullivan G. Porter (2d) and Sybil A. Jaquith, both of Fitchburg, Oct. 30. 

1882. 
Robert Porter and Elizabeth Stewart, both of Woburn, Feb. 27, 18S4. 
Catherine A. Porter and Lawrence J. Finn, both of Woburn, .Aug. 6, 1S84. 
B. T. H. Porter (3d) and Susan .A.. Boutelle, both of Woburn, Feb. 26. 1885. 
Harriet E. Porter and Benjamin C. .Murray, both of Woburn, .Sept. 7, 1S87. 
Bessie S. Porter, of Chelsea, and J. Frank Carling, of Woburn, Dec. 14, 

1887. 
Edward L. Porter (2d) and Hattie L. Hill, both of Woburn, Dec. 21, 1889. 

POTE. 

Jeremiah H. Pote (3d) and Frances A. Otis, both of Boston, Feb. 21, 188 1. 

POTTER.* 

• See note under Pierck. 



WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 117 

POWELL. 

Harry W. Powell and Chrissie Gibson, both of Woburn, Aug. 30, 1S87. 

POWERS. 

Mary E. Powers, of Maiden, and Andrew J. Davis, of Woburn, Aug. 28, 

1S77. 
Henry \V. Powers, of Everett, and Elizabeth Hanev, of Woburn, Oct. 18, 

1885. 
Dudley Powers and Margaret Howley, both of Woburn, Jan. 28, 1888. 
Josephine A. Powers and James J. Reilly, both of Woburn, May 4, 1890. 

PRATT. 

Frank H. Pratt and Lizzie Davie, both of Winchester, April 2, 1873. 
Felix J. Pratt and Mary E. Clarke, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 188S. 
George E. Pratt, of Winchester, and Lizzie A. S. Webster, of Woburn, Jan. 
9, 1889. 

PRESCOTT. 

Mavnard S. Prescott, of Woburn, and Marion J. Parker, of Groton, Oct. 2C. 
188S. ^ 

PRESTON. 

Harriet T. Preston and George Brown, both of Woburn, April 9, 1873. 

PRIOR. *' 

William A. Prior, of Troy, and Clara M. Ames, of Woburn, Oct. 22, 18S8. 

PRUDEX. 

William H. Pruden, of Chelsea, and Blanche C. Ingerson, of Woburn, Nov. 
13, 1884. 

PURCELL. 

Mar<iaret Purcell, of Winchester, and John Cronin, of Woburn, Oct. 10. 
1886. 

PURTELL. 

Julia Purtell, of Stoneham, and John E. Burke, of Woburn, Nov. 20, 1890. 

PUSHEE. 

Francis M. Pushee, of Woburn (2d), and Marah B. Winn, of Burlington, 
Oct. 4, 1886. 

PUTXAM. ^ 

George L. Putnam, of Cambridge, and Susan G. Tufts, of Woburn, Dec. 18, 

1873- 
Emma A. Putnam and Seth W. Kelley, both of Woburn, July 26, 1S83. 

QCALTER. 

Margaret Quaker and Richard Terrett (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. iS. 
1881. 

QUANEY. 

Bridget Quaney and Thomas Hellery, both of Woburn, July 13, 1873. 

QUEENAN. 

Catherine Queenan, of Boston, and Peter McGoff, of Woburn, Jan. i, 1876. 



118 WOBURN* RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

QUIGLEY. 

Michael Ou'g'ey and Annie O'Brien, both of VVoburn, July i6, 1875. 
Bridget Quiglev and Patrick Doherty, both of Wobum, Nov. 29, 1879. 
Mary Quigley and Martin Handly (2d), both of VVoburn, Oct. 22, 1SS2. 
Charles J. Quigley, of Woburn, and Bridget E. Shea, of Cambridge, Oct. 

26, 1882. 
Thomas Quigley (2d) and Annie J. Stephens (2d), both of Winchester, Sept. 

22. 1883. 
Bernard Quigley and Eliza Mulranen, both of Woburn, June 9, 1SS7. 
Patrick Quigley and Alice McElhaney, both of Woburn, Oct. 6, 1S89. 

QUILLAX. 

Ann G. Quillan, of Stonehaif, and Peter H. Murray, of Woburn, May 10, 
1884. 

QUIXN. 

Neil Quinn and Sarah Dever, both of Woburn, Nov. 7, 1879. 

Bridget Quinn, of Woburn, and James Deery, of Somerviile (2d), Oct. 24, 

1880. 
Mary E. Quinn and Daniel McMahon, both of Woburn, -May 13, 18S9. 
Ann Quinn (2d) and Daniel McMahon (2dJ, both of Woburn, Nov. 23, 
• 1889. 

QUINT. 

Carrie M. Quint, of Lovell, Me^and John A. Richardson, of Wobum, Sept. 
10, 1874. 

KAFFERTY. 

Mary Rafferty and Bartholomew Scanlon, both of Woburn, Jan. 2, 1876. 
Mary Rafferty and Thomas Montague, both of Woburn, Nov. 24, 1889. 

RALPH. 

William H. Ralph, of Boston, and Harriet A. Myers, of Woburn, May 27, 
. 1874. 

KALSTON. 

Archibald Ralston, of Berthier, Canada, and Ella M. Pollard, of Woburn, 
June 10, 1874. 

RAMSDELL. 

Julia J. (Mackler) Kamsdell(3d) and Job Curtis (3d), both of Woburn, 

Nov. 26, 1SS5. 
Ledoit B. kamsdell, of Gardner (2d), and Palace L. (Lippitt) Mann, of 

Woburn (2d), March 20, 1889. 

RAMSEY. 

Martha Ramsey and A. W. Mugford (3d), both of Woburn, Oct. 27, 188S. 

RAND. 

VVilliam M. Rand, of Winchester (2d), and Ellen F. Cooper, of Woburn 

{2d), Juiy 22, 1874. 
Ella L. Hand, of Wmchester, and Charles E. Cooper, of Woburn, Sept. 2, 

1874. . 

Charles II. Rand (2d) and Sarah M. Ashbee, both of Woburn, Aug. 20, 

1875- 

RANDALL (see also Ru.ndle). 

Walter B. Randall and Annie L. Kendall, both of Woburn, June 15, 18S6. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. Ill) 

KAPER.* 

RATTAS. 

Horace B. Rattas, of Somerville, and Hattie L. Carter, of Burlington, Sept. 

28, 18S7. 

RAY. 

Andrew F. Ray and Eliza J. Love, both of Woburn, May 23, 1876. 
Margaret Ray and Andrew Morrow, both of Woburn, Oct. 7, 1880. 
John U Ray and Sarah M. Wnlker, both of Woburn, Sept. 19, 18S3. 
William Rav, of Woburn, and Catherine Montgomery, of Saugus, Sept. 20, 

1883. 
David A. Rav, of Woburn, and Amelia M. Streb, of Boston, March 27, 

1884. 
Isabella Ray and George Patterson, both of Woburn, April 14, 1885. 

REARDON. 

John J. Reardon, of Salem, and Johanna Buckley, of Woburn, Sept. 24, 

RECTOR. 

Frank Rector, of Newport, R. I., and Martha Pickering, of Bellincham, Oct. 
18, i88r. 

REDDY. 

Andrew Reddy (2d) and Rosanna Doherty, both of Woburn, June 7, 1S74. 
Thomas Reddy (cd) and Kate Russell (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 22, 1877. 
Jane Reddy, of Boston, and FredeTJck Wilson, of Woburn, Oct. 16. iSSi. 
Patrick Reddy and Hannah Connolly, both of Woburn, May 17, i&S;. 
Mary t. Reddv, of Stoneham, and Reuben E. Morton, of Woburn, April r4, 
1888. 

REED.t 

Lucy E. Reed, of Brattleboro, Vt.. and William F. Estabrook, of Woburn, 

Oct. 13, 1S75. 
William G. Reed, of Hudson, and Minnie H. Nelson, of Burlineton. Oct. il. 

188F. 
Lizzie J. Reed and George E. Spaulding (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 23, 
' 1882. 

Ebenezer Reed (2d) and Eliza McKay, both of Woburn, July 23", iSSS. 
Thomas C. Reed, of Westford (2d), and Hannah (Wilkinson) Blaisdell, of 

Woburn (2d), Sept. 27, iSSS. 
Mattie J. Reed and Alfred Hurton. both of Woburn, Feb. 7, 1889. 
Mary- E. Reed, of Woburn, and Charles H. Winn, of Winchester, Aug. 5, 

1890. 

Irees. 

Henry B. Rees, of Boston, and Abbie M. M. Pennev, of Woburn, July 27, 
1877. 

I * "We hear from Woburn, that one Raper, of that Place, hun? himself there Yesterday 

le'nnight with an Iron Chain." — The Boston Evening Post, Oct. i, 1759. See the AVa* of Aug. 
?6, 1893. 

t Israel Reed's will, dated Aug. 3, 1753, and probated in 1754, makes mention of his wife Han- 
nah, of his only son Israel, and of his daughters Hannah Hariweil, Ab;;au Johnscm, Mary Fo*le, 
»nd Lucy keed. Israel Reed's mother, .Mary (Kendall) Re=vi, cor.veyec certain land to him, as 
[Pf>ears by deed on record, which seems to De a portion of that tract aiterwards owned bv Mary 
'owle, his daughter, and now a part of the John Johnson esate in CvunmiDgsvilU. See r\ote 
inder Baldwi.n and Fowle. 



120 WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

\jEGAN. 

Kllen Kegan and John McKenna, both of Woburn, April 23. 187S. 
Margaret Regan and James W. Marrinan, both of Woburn, Mav 12, iSSi. 
Nellie Regan and William O'Rilcy, both of Woburn, Feb. 17, 1SS7. 
Thomas Regan, of Woburn, and Mary Fahey, of Stoneham, May 19, 1SS7. 

REILLEY. 

Charles W. Reilley and Mabel L. Johnson, both of Woburn, May 29. 1SS9. 
James J. Reilley and Josephine A. Powers, both of Woburn, May 4, 1S90. 

RE YELL. 

Sarah Revell, of England, and Peter Fisher, of Woburn, Oct. 23, 1S86. 

REYNOLDS. 

Wilbur A. Reynolds, of Woburn, and Annie P. Felton, of Danvers. Julv 25, 

1SS3. 
Frances Reynolds, of Stoneham, and Bernard Matthews, of Woburn, July 4, 

1886 

RHODES. 

Wanda F. Rhodes and Ella F. Phillips, both of Woburn, April 2S, iSSo. 

RICK. 

William H. Rice and Annie L. Ward, both of W^oburn, Jan. 31, 1S90. 
Winfred R. Rice and Thomas J. Dunn, both of Woburn, Dec. 27, 1S90. 

RICH. 

Edith M. W. Rich, of Woburn, and Frank H. Wheelock, of New Haven, 
Conn., April 11, 1878. 

KICHARDS. 

Lewis Richards and Justine Cuvelier, both of Woburn, May 27, 1SS6. 

RICHARDSON.* 

Mary L. Ric'iardson and VVilliam Beggs, both of Woburn, Feb. 20, 1S73. 
John A. Richardson, of Woburn, and Carrie M. Quint, of Lovell, Me., Sept. 

10, 1874. 
Lucy L. Richardson and George F. Shaw, both of Burlington, July 10, 1876. 
Albert H. Richardson, of Woburn, and Sarah Mason, of Buckheld, Me., 

Jan. 24, 1877. 
F. S. Ric.'iardson, of Winchester (2d) and Susan A. McFeeley, of Woburn, 

April 26, 1877. 
Lizzie M. Richardson, of Woburn, and Charles M. Howe, of Methuen, Oct. 

17, 1877. 

• Jan. 3, 1802, Mary Ann Richardson, aged 90, died in Salem. H^d ten sons and two daughters. 
One son and one daughter survive her. she wa# a Dupy, of Boston. Her husoand, Dai-id Rich- 
ardson, of Woburn. Her son, blind by accident, living in Woburn. — Sept. 15, 1802. Eunice, only 
dau. of Nathaniel and Eunice Richardson, of consumption, 23 yrs. Frtti.er from Woburn. mother 
from Danvers, a Putnam. — Oct. 20, 1S12, Eunice, wife of Jesse Richardson, son of Nathanie,. — 
Aug. 6, 1S13, Charles, of [esse and Eunice Richardson. — Feb. it, 1814, Jesse Richardson, mer- 
chant, 37 yrs , etc. — April 10, iSii, news of death ot Nathaniel Richardson, son of Nathaniel and 
Eunice, at Malaga, Spain, Jan. 21. — Extracts rrom BfnxUy's Parish List 0/ Dectlks, Saltm- 
See copy m Woburn Public Library for further particulars abouj these persons. See, also, note to 
Weston. 

Monday last the Blacksmith's Shop of Mr. Richardson, of Woburn, caiched on Fire, but being 
late in the Night before it was discovered, it was entirely burnt. — The yiassachusetts Gairttt and 
th< Boston Post-Boy and Advertiser, Monday, Nov. 23, 1772. — See The News, of Nov. iS, 
1893. 



WOBURN RECORD OF* MARRIAGES. 121 

RICHARDSON, continued. 

Harriet A. Richardson (2d) and James C. Knight, both of Woburn, Feb. iS, 

1878. 
John H. Richardson and Lydia T. Parker, both of Woburn, Mav 15, 187S. 
William G. Richard.-on, of Winchester, and Rachel P. Tabbur, of Woburn, 

May 5, 18S0. 
Carrie A. Richardson, of Arlington, and Frank W. Wells, of Woburn. May 

27, 1880. ' 

Olive A. Richardson, of Woburn, and Benjamin F. Pike, of Norton, July i, 

1880. 
Elizabeth A. Richardson and Waido E. Buck, both of Woburn, Dec 8 

1880. 
Roswell C. Richardson, of Stoneham. and Henrietta W. Nason, of Woburn, 

May 16, 188 1. 
Gertru le M. Richardson, of Woburn. and B. Francis Waldron, of Man- 
chester, X. H., Nov. 9, 1S81. 
Anna F. Richardson, of Woburn, and Charles P. Bates, of New York Citv, 

Dec. 13, 18S1. ^ - 

Elwin B. Richardson, of Woburn, and Edith E. Porter, of Reading. Dec. i.l 

1881. ^ ^ 

Elsie M. Richardson and Robert H. Hamilton, both of Burlington. Tulv ", 

1882. 5 . J / . 

Frederick W. Richardson and Manha E- Wilkins, both of Boston, Dec. 2S, 
1882. ^ 

Serena B. Richardson and George E. Pickering (2d), both of Woburn, May 
31. 1884. 

Frank B. Richardson and Carrie E. Ga z-. both of Woburn, June 26. 1884. 

Charles A. Richardson and Etta A. McI>onald, both of Woburn, March 4. 

Cyrus X. Richardson, of Woburn, and F-s^ephine Lovejoy, of Reading, June 

4> 1883. 
Lillie M. Richardson and Benjamin I_ Trull, both of Woburn, Dec 24, 

1885. 
Cyrus B. Richardson (2d) and Mvra Scr— :er. both of Boston, June 3, 1SS6. 
Margaret E. Richardson and Albert Ta- r<r, both of Woburn, Feb. 9, iSSo. 
Belle B. Richardson, of Woburn, and Vv'^ rer F. Sheldon, of Maiden, April 

22, 18S9. 

RICHIE. 

Edwin C. Richie and Josephine C. Brcw:iti£;L both of Woburn, July 29, 1873. 
RICHTEK. 

August Richter and Johanna Sorensei. bodi of Woburn, Sept. 28, 1883. 
RICKER. 

Lizzie Ricker, of Boston, and Wiliiam :r.i:nmidt, of Woburn, Oct. 24, iSSS. 
RILEY (see also Reilley). 

Mary L. Riley and Elzie Glroujt. bccii n: ^Xoburn, May 17, i8Si. 
Edward F. Riley and Ceiia E. Fo.t. r-:a n: Woburn, Oct. 31. 1883. 
Rose E. Riley and Thomxs H. O Er.en. ntnn of Woburn, Julv 2, 1884. 
Catherine Riley and James J. Looae^. anoi of Woburn, Oct. '21, 1884. 

RING. 

Kate Ring, of Woburn, and Joiia C. ^nxa^. of Winchester, May 8, 1890. 
RINGWIST. 

John Kingwist and Emma Andersen, jrnir of Woburn, Aug. 21, 1S87. 



122 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

ROACH. 

John Roach and Alice Cogan, both of Woburn, Feb. 5, 1877. 

Margaret Roach, of Boston, and John O'Hearn, of Woburn, Jan. 3, i8S6. 

ROBBINS (see Robin). 

ROBERTI. 

Leo Robert! and Kate Tolan, both of Woburn, Oct. 7, 1S78. 

ROBE UTS. 

William H. Roberts and Jane C. McAndrew, both of Winchester, Oct. 14, 

1876. 
Henry Roberts, of Winchester (2d), and Eliza Carpenter, of Woburn 

(2d), Aug. 8, 1883. 

ROBERTSON. 

James Robertson, of Woburn (2d), and Addie S. Gauthier, of Manchester, 

N. H., Aug. 19, 1S90. 
George B. Robertson and Ruth E. Stewart, both of Woburn, Oct. 8, 1890. 
Annie M. Robertson, and George E. Getchell, both of Woburn, Dec. 3, 

1890. 

ROBIE. - 

Addie F. Robie and Frank S. Burgess (2d), both of Woburn, March 20, 
1S7S. 
. Minnie W. Robie and Herbert M. Seaver. both of Woburn, Tan 10, 1882. 
Fred A. Robie, of Woburn, and Ella F. Wright, of Maiden, June 18, 1689. 

ROBIN. 

Henry Robin and Eliza Cooney (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 5, 1882. 

ROB IN SOX. 

Ellen Robinson, and Walter B. Berry (2d), both of W^oburn, April iS, 1873. 
Mary C. Robinson and Thomas G. Meriam, both of Woburn, Nov. 19, 1873. 
Bella F. Robinson, of Winchester, and Stephen P. Hennessv, of Woburn, 

Sept. 18, 1878. 
Adeline Robinson, of Cambridgeport, and Thomas N. Allen, of Woburn 

(2d), Oct. 31, 1878. 
George E. Robinson, of Winchester, and Katie Hadley, of Woburn, Dec. 31, 

1879. 
Albert H. Robinson, of Cambridge, and Carrie E. Page, of Woburn, April 

25, 1882. 
VanieB. Robinson and Herbert B. Dow, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1883. 

ROCHE FORT. 

James J. Rochefort, of Winchester, and Nora Kerrigan, of Woburn, April 28, 
1889. 

ROFFE. 

John koffe, of Georgetown, Col., and Ella A. Cutter, of Woburn, July 
28, 1874. 

ROGERS. 

James Rogers (2d) and Bridget McDevitt, both of Woburn, Jan. 5, 1875. 
Elizabeth Rogers, of Woburn, and James Coar, of Burlington, July 1, 1877- 
Henrietta C. Rogers and Amos Langill, both of Woburn, Nov. 22, iS8i. 
Susan E. Rogers, of Wuburn, and William W. McFarlane, of Philadelphia, 
Penn, Jan. 9, 1S84. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 123 

JROOERS, contintitJ. 

Adelaide L. Rogers and Winthrop Hammond, both of Wobum, Feb. 25, 

rSS6. 
Thomas. 1 1. Rogers, of Boston, and Catherine E. (Smith) Kidder, of Woburn 

(3d), Feb. — , 1SS9. 

ROLLINS. 

Elijah Rollins, Jr., and Alice 1. Downing, both of Woburn, Jan. 15, 1878. 
Nellie ^f. Rollins, of Burlington, and John F. Dearborn, of Woburn, Nov, 

20, 1879. 
Susan J. Rollins and Edward Simonds, both of Burlington, Nov 14, 1S83. 

ROXCO. 

Mabel Ronco and Joseph Thompson, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 1887. 

ROONEY. 

Hugh Rooney (3d) and Mary Clifford, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1S75. 
Ann Roonev and Joseph G. Daley, both of Woburn, Oct. 21, iSSo. 
Catherine M. Rooney and Leonard W. Parks, both of Woburn, Nov. 3, iS8b, 
Catherine Rooney and Michael McCarron (2d), both of Wobum, Jan. 14, 

1884. 
John J^. Rooney and Mary McGovern, both of Woburn, June 27, 1S88. 
Teresa Rooney, of Woburn, and Frank Welch, of Boston, April 25, 1889, 

ROPER. 

Daniel Roper and Margaret Green, both of Woburn, April 23, 1S74. 
Bridget Roper and John O'Brien, botti of Woburn, Nov. 7, 1S75. 

ROSENQLIST. 

Charles R. Rosenquist and Elda M. Johanson, b.'th of Woburn Nov. 21, 
1879. 

ROSS. 

Catherine E. Ross and James T. Cro-.by, both of Woburn, April 24, i88l. 
Janet Ross and John Stephenson, both of Woburn, Sept. 25, 1884. 

ROSSITER. 

Lawrence Rossiter (3d) and Annie Curran, both of Woburn, Aug. 15, 1877- 
ROUILLIER. 

Lucy Rouillier and Charles Cardinal, both of Woburn, July 2, 1878. 
ROULO. 

William Roulo and Rosa Fallon, both of Woburn, June 18, 1SS2. 
Lewis G. Roulo, of Waltham, and Nellie T. Cannon, of Wobum Feb i 
1883. ■ ' 

ROUNDY. 

Caroline A. Roundy, of Woburn, and Moses Madden, of Newton, N. H., 

May 20, 1876. 
Olive P. Roundy, of Reading, and George H. Flint, of Jamaica (2d), July 

2, 1S82. 

ROURKE. 

Bridget Rourke, of Lynn, and Patrick Scanlon, of Wobum, May 22, 1879- 
ROWE. 

Ida .\1. Rowe and Charles W. York, both of Haverhill, fuly 7, 1S79. 
Andrew O. Rowe and Annie A. Hopkins, both of Woburn, Dec. 6, 1887- 



124 WOBDRN KECOKD OF MARRIAGES. 

KOWELL. 

Nancy M. Rowell (2d) and Hibbert C. Thompson, both of Woburn, Aug. 
14. 1S78. 

KUANE. 

Julia Ruane, of Boston, and Patrick Nolan, of Woburn (2d), June i, 1887. 

KUNDLE. 

Jessie Rundle, of Woburn, and Byron Lindsley, of New York, March 28, 
1888. 

HUSSELL. 

Edmond R. Russell and Tirzah L. Gifford, both of Woburn, Oct. 25, 1873. 
John E. Russell and Martha A. Nichols, both of Woburn, Sept. 19, 1S76. 
, Kate Russell (2d) and Thomas Reddy (2d), both of Woburn, Jan. 22, 1877. 
Minnie U. Russell, of Chelmsford, and Henry F. Wright, of Woburn, May 

2, 18S0. 
Eddie A. Russell, of Woburn, and Emma J. Heath, of Lowell. Oct. 19, 1881. 
Bessie Russell and William H. Weldon, both of Woburn, Feb. 5. 1SS3. 
Ella G. Russell and Robert T. Ferguson, both of Woburn, May S, 1S85. 
George R. Russell (2d) and Anna A. Ward, both of Woburn. Dec. 23. 1886. 
Carrie Russell and Charles E. Sutherland, both of Woburn, June i, 1887. 
Josie Russell and Charles F. Spear, both of Woburn, Dec. 29, 1SS9. 

BYAX. 

Mary Ryan and Thomas Meehan, both of Woburn, Nov. 7, 1876. 
Thomas' F. Ryan and Annie T. Keating, both of Woburn, April lo, 18S2. 

SALMON. 

Julia A. Salmon and John F. Scally. both of Woburn, May 2r, iSSf. 
Thomas W. Salmon and Bridget T. Keating, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 
1889. 

SALTONSTALL.* 

SAMSOX. 

Helen J. Samson and Albert D. Carter, both of Woburn, Oct. to, 1880. 

SANBORN. 

Sherman H. Sanborn and Clara T. Stephens, both of Wobura, Dec. 22, 

1880. 
Orin B. Sanborn and Alice M. Tupper, both of Woburn, Sept. 13, 1S83. 
Marilla .M. Sanborn, of Tiiton, N. H., and Arthur E. Gage, ot Woburn, Dec. 

8, 1883. 

SANDERSON. 

Lillian F. Sanderson, of Waltham, and Edward B. Simonds, of Woburn, 
May 5, 1880. 

SANDS. 

Marshall D. Sands, of Boston, and Mary E. Dunbury, of Woburn, May 28, 
1885. 

SARGENT. 

John Sargent and Catherine Clancy, both of Woburn, Oct. 18, 1SS5. 

• " Last Saturday sev'nijht died very suddenly at Woburn, N'athaniel SaltoQ5LiLl, Esq. ; He 
was younger Brother to the late Governor Saltonstall of Connecticut ; A Oeo-cman well re- 
•peaed among us."— The Boston lyeekly PostBoy, July 2, 1739. See the ^Vra-J, .Aug. 16, 1893. 



WOBURN KECORD OF MARRIAGES. 125 

SAWTELL. 

Nellie M. Sawtell and Charles D. Wade, both of Woburn, Nov. 14, 1877. 

SAWYEK. 

Frederick L. Sawyer and Sarah O. Be'l, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 1873. 

SCALLY. 

William J. Scally and Elizabeth Keegan, both of Woburn, April 4, 1883. 
John F. Scally and Julia A. Salmon, both of Wol^urn, May 21, 1S85. 

SCANLON. 

Mary .Scanlon and John McGovern, both of Woburn, Oct. 30, 1S74. 
Ba'tholomew Scanlon and Mary Rafferty, both of Woburn, Jan. 2. 1S76. 
Patrick Scanlon, of Woburn. and Bridget Rourke, of Lynn, May 22, 1S79. 
Mary E. Scanlon and Robert Maguire, both of Woburn, May 20, 1SS6. 
Bridget Scanlon and Patrick Byron, both of Woburn, July S, 1SS6. 

SCANT LAX. 

Christina A. Scantlan (2d) and James L. Fowle {2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 
31, 1876. 

SCH3IIDT. 

William Schmidt, of Woburn, and Lizzie Ricker, of Boston, Oct. 24, 1S88. 

SCOTT. 

William Scott and Margaret Lynn, both of Woburn, June 3, 1S74. 
Elizabeth Scott and Cyrus B. Fetridge, both of Woburn, Dec. 12, 1883. 
Patrick N. Scott and Lizzie J. Scott, both of Woburn, Nlarch 2, 1S86. 
Lizzie J. Scott and Patrick N. Scott, both of Woburn, March 2, 18S6. 
Mary (Ray) Scott (2d) and Edward Graham, both of Woburn, Oct. 12, 1886. 
Ella Scott and Alfred K. Fetridge, both of Woburn, April 17, 18S9. 

SCULLAK. 

Lizzie Scullarand Maurice Mack, both of Woburn, Jan. 25, 1880. 

SEARLS. 

Robert P. Searls and Rorence H. Stephens, both of Boston, Sept. r, 1884. 
Emma A. Searls, of Salem, and Joseph P. Jayne, of Woburn, Oct. 2, 1884. 

SEAVER. 

Mary E. Seaver and John W. Waters, both of Woburn, April 16, 1873. 
Herbert M. Seaver and Minnie W. Robie, both of Woburn, Jan. 10, 1882. 

SEAVEY. 

Jeanette Seavey and John Walsh, both of Woburn, Nov. 26, 1889. 

SELLERS. 

Jessie A. Sellers and John L. Fowle, both of Woburn, Sept. 29, 1887. 

SEVEKANCE. 

Annie C. Severance, of Boston (2d), and Charles H. Brown, of Woburn, 
May 10, 1874. 

SEVRENS. 

Amelia Sevrens and Frank H. Wendell, both of Woburn, Sept. 29, 1873. 
Marianna Sevrens and Erskine .\mes {2d), both of Woburn, Slarch i. 1874. 
William P. Sevrens and Elva M. Ward, both of Woburn, Feb. 24, 1884. 
Oliver Sevrens, of Woburn, and Alice M. Fisk, of Billerica, Nov. 26, 18S5. 



126 WOBORN' KECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

SEWALL. 

Martha E. Sewall, of Burlington, and Thomas S. Curtis, of Woburn, July 3, 
1879. 

SEWARD. 

Carrie E. Seward and James E. Boutwell, both of Woburn, Oct. 13, 1882. 

SEXTOX. 

Joseph J. Sexton and Maggie L. Doorly, both of Woburn, Feb. 10, iSSo. 

SHANAHAN. 

Annie A. Shanahan and Frank H. Bowen, both of Woburn, Sept. 27, 1S86. 

SHANDLY. 

Catherine Shandly and Thomas C. Boyce, both of Woburn, Sept. 13, 188S. 

SHANNON. 

Andrew Shannon and Fannie Blakely, both of Woburn, May 2, 1879. 
Herbert Shannon (2d) and Eliza Kagan (2d), both of ^Vobum, Aug. 6, 1880. 
James Shannon and Ellen Mahon, both of Woburn, May 12, 1885. 

SHARRY. 

Catherine Sharry and Thomas C. Bryant, both of Woburn, Jan. 20, 1873. 
Patrick Sharry and Bridget Costello, both of Woburn, Oct. 13, 1877. 
Margaret F. Sharry and Patrick Kane, both of Woburn, Aug. 4, 1887. 
Patrick Sharry (2d) and Jennie Furlong (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 9, 1889. 

SHATTUCK.* 

Amos .Shattuck, of Woburn (2d), and Lucinda J. Fuller (3d), of Ohio, Oct. 
28, 1874. 

SHAW. 

Edward L. Shaw and Nellie S. Thompson, both of Woburn, Feb. 18, 1S75. 
George F. Shaw and Lucy L. Richardson, both of Burlington, July 10, 1876. 
Charles C. Shaw, of Woburn, and Carrie N. Wheelock, of South Carolina, 

April 20, 1880. 
Martha W. Shaw and Charles Cummings, both of Woburn, Dec. 24, 1883. 
Lizzie C. Shaw and Samuel Cummings, both of Woburn, Oct. 3, 18S8. 

SHEA. 

Michael Shea and Mary Donovan, both of Woburn, June 14, 1873. 

Mary Shea (2d) and Humphrey Lynch (2d), both of Woburn, Feb. 3, 1874. 

Edward Shea, of Woburn, and Catherine Ahern, of Medford. Oct. 7, 1S75. 

John A. Shea and Catherine Weafer, both of Woburn, Nov. 4, 1875. 

Ellen Shea and Thomas Harnev. both of Woburn, Jan. 6, 1876. 

Mary Shea and William F. Bradley (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 1877. 

Mary E. Shea and John A. Walsh, both of Woburn, Nov. 20, 1879. 

Kate Shea, of Winchester, and Daniel T. Porter, of Woburn, Feb. 10, 1880. 

Dennis Shea, of Winchester, and Marv Matthews, of Woburn, Nov. i6, 

1881. 
Bridget E. Shea, of Cambridge, and Charles J. Quigiey, of Woburn, Oct. 

26, 1882. 
Minnie Shea and Edward James, both of Woburn, May 16, i888. 
Jeremiah Shea and Kate Kennedy, both of Woburn, Sept. 18, 1890. 

* Nathan J. Shattuck and Harriet Nelson, both of Woburn, were married at Medford, Oct. 29, 
t86t. — Midford Records. 



WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGE.-J. 127 

SHEAR3IAN. 

Sumner U. Shearman, of Boston, and Mary D. Wvman, of Woburn, June 

12, 1S77. 

SHEEHAX. 

John Sheehan (2d) and Marv McDonald (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 16. 

1S77. 
Catherine Sheehan and Thomas J. Carroll, both of Woburn. Aug. 4. 1878. 
Mary Sheehan and David Wall, both of Woburn, Nov. 2S, 1S7S! 
Hannah M. Sheehan and Georrje Ferrin, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1880. 
George F. Sheehan, of Boston, and Etta Meagher, of Woburn, Aug. 14, 

1889. 

SHEER.\y. 

Mary Sheeran and John Boyle, both of Woburn. April 18, 1876. 
Maggie Sheeran and Charles I. Ellis, both of Woburn, Dec. 29, 1S77. 

SHEGREW. 

Mary (Sheehan) Shegrew (2d) and William Armstrong (2d), both of Wo- 
burn, May 31, 18S5. 

SHELDOX. 

Herbert F. Sheldon, of Wakefield, and M. Lizzie Stinson, of Stoneham, 

Julv r8, 1877. 
Asa G. Sheldon, of Woburn, and Edna G. Bryant, of Somerville, Sent. 26. 

1SS8. • 1 . 

Walter P. Sheldon, of Maiden, and Belle B. Richardson, of Woburn, April 

22, 18S9. 

SHEPHERD. 

Walter Shepherd and Sarah E. Austin, both of Boston, Dec. 15, 1875. 

SHERBURXE. 

Emma J. Sherburne, of Woburn, and Charles E. Eaton, of Lran (2d) 
March 2, 1887. - v / 

Charlotte A. Sherburne and William R. Mcintosh, both of Woburn. June 
4, 1890. 

SHER3IAX. 

Silas H. Sherman, of Boston, and Jane H. Bates, of Burlington (2d), Nov. 
3. 1878- 
. George H. Sherman, of Boston, and Nellie Hood, of Woburn, Jan. 20, 18S3. 
William E. Sherman and Harriet G. Parker, both of Woburn, N'ov. 9. 1SS7. 

SHIXKWIX. 

Maddie A. Shinkwin and William H. McManus, both of Woburn, Dec. 8. 
1879. 

SHORT. 

John Short and Maiy Tolan, both of Woburn, Aug. 31, 1877. 
John J. Short and Margaret Green, both of Woburn, July 25, 1SS9. 

SIBLEY. 

George L. Sibley and Ella Wolfe, both of Cambridge, Jan. 30, i8:5j. 



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128 WOBURN EFXORD OF MARRIAGES. 

SIMON'DS *ee also SYMon:;^). 

Georpe A -.Irr.onds and P,::zabeth Hoskins. both of Woburn, Nov. 2;. 1873. 
Hiram J>. -..moncis and FV.rence M. Hutchinson, both of Lynn, Uct. i., 

187' 
Mary A. H'monds. of Bor::r.gton, and William D. Grammer (2d), Sept. 19. 

Harve7 T. Simonds and'Marr E. Chaplin, both of Woburn, Dec. 19. iS??- 
Edward h. Simonds, of Wobarn, and Lillian F. Sanderson, of V\ altham, 

Mav ;. JV/O , f c ». t-yA\ 

Emma SJrr'.nds, of Burlington, and J. Francis Woodbury, of button {2a), 

Nov. iC, r'i^i. ,^,1 c A r\«/- 

Carrie K. .Simonds, of Wob^irn, and Aliston T. Blakely, of Chelmsford, Uec. 

Eliza Si'rr^Tds of Woburn. and Charles E. Conant, of Mt. Vernon, N. H., 

Aug. 16. r?i'-i2. , o .. A ,s«^ 

Marv K. Si.-nonds and Edward F. Johnson, both of Woburn, Sept. 2b, i»52. 
Edward Si;.'.ond.s and husan J. Roilins, both of Burlington, Nov. 14. IJ>»3- 

SIMONSON. 

Sarah D. Simonson and William P. Symonds, both of Woburn, July 24, 
1890. 

SIMPSON. 

Eliza Simp-on and Nelson H. Gass, both of Woburn, Sept. 5, iS??- 
Samuel W. Simpson, of Medfield, and Coraball Wright, of Woburn, i'eb. 
II, 1885. 

SINCLAIR. 

Annie Sinclair and Clarence H. Gustin, both of Winchester, July 22, 1886. 

SINE. 

Mary E. Sine (2d) and Charles D. Onion (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 16, 
1877. 

SISSON. 

David C. Si5son,of:Boston, and Emma E. Butler, of Woburn, Dec. 3, 1873- 
Arthur Sisson, of Franklin, and Mary A. Kenworthy, of Wmchester, Jul) 
28,1881. 

SKAY. 

Herbie Skay and Minnie E. Dickey, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 1889. 

SK ELTON. 

Addie M. Skelton and Melvin E. Taylor, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 1880. 
Mary A. Skelton and J. H. Willis Nichols, both ut Burlmgton, Feb. -$, 
1881 
'• Carrie I. Skelton and Charles T. Forrest, both of Woburn, Nov. 29. 1S82. 

SKINNER. 

Alice S. Skinner and Herbert J. Pearsons, both of Woburn, Feb. '7. i873- 
Ada T. Skinner and Fred M. Downs, both of Woburn. March 7, i»'^j- 
Francis L. Skinner and May H. Perkins, both of Woburn, June 5. iS59- 

SKOULD. 

Hilda Skould and Carl Wieden, both of Woburn. July 24, 1890- 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 120 

SLATER. 

William H. Slater and Lydia Alward, both of Woburn, Aug. 3. 1574. 
Fred R. Slater, of Somerville, and Millie E. Gilcreast, of Woburn, Sept. 2^, 
1890. 

SLEEPER. 

Theodore E. Sleeper, of Woburn, and Evelyn P. Flint, of Lexington, Jan. 

2S, 1S85. 

SMEDBERG. 

Lottie Smedberg and Bernard Olson, both of Woburn, Sept. 15, 1853. 

S3I1TH. 

James Smith and Margaret Kearnan, both of Woburn, May 21, 1S74. 
Louisa M. Smith and George W. McCabe, both of Woburn, July 31, 1875. 
Anna M. Smith, of Lowell, and Richard Morris, of Woburn, Dec. 27. 1875. 
Clara A. Smith, of Woburn, and Albert G. Johnson, of Lowell, Tune 21, 

1876. 
Nancy J. Smith, of Chelmsford, and George C. Bugbee, of Springdeld, Vt., 

Jan. 3, 1S77. 
Louis L. Smith, of Chelsea, and .\bbie W. Tidd, of ^^ oburn, Feb. i. 1877. 
Clarence W. Smith and Jennie E. Howard, both of Woburn, Uct. 13, 1877. 
William A. Smith, of Woburn, and Ella J. Kimball, of Hiram, Me., .A.ug. 7, 

1S78. 
Charles E. Smith and Kate F. Giroux, both of Woburn, March 2S, 1880. 
Charles W. Smith and Sarah L.Thompson, both of Woburn, Sep::. 14. i88r. 
Mary E. Smith and Frederick Steele, both of Stoneham, Oct. ;, iSSr. 
L. Katherine Smith and Wilbur E. Cummings, both of Woburn, Nov. 9, 

1881. 
Henry E. Smith, of Woburn, and Ella J. Crockett, of Stoneham. Dec. 14, 

1881. 
Margaret Smith, of Boston (2d), and Lemuel Howard, of Woburn (2d), 

Jan. 26, 1882. 
Peter Smith and Mary Curnan, both of Woburn, April 16, 1S82. 
Abby W. Smith, of Woburn (2d), and X. J. Watson, of Boston, April 27, 

1882. 
Vilorea Smith, of Reading, and Jacob Ames, of Woburn (2d), Jan. 3, 1883. 
James W. Smith and Mary A. Gately, both of Woburn, Jan. 22, iS-S4. 
Marshall J. Smith and l,illie L. Wood, both of Woburn, March 25. 1884. 
Lottie F. Smith and Eugene A. Webster, both of Woburn, June 29, 1S84. 
Rufus Smith (2d) and A. Josephine C. Hartwell (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 

6, 1884. 
William Smith and Sarah McDonald, both of Woburn, June i, i8Sc. 
Bertha S. Smith, of New .Market, N. H., and Wesley S. Flint, of Woburn, 

Jan. 2, 18S6. 
Ellen Smith and James Fitzpatrick, both of Woburn, June 13, 1886. 
Frederick Smith and Catherine Johnson, both of boston, July 20, 1SS6. 
Fanny Smith and Frank Legere, both of Woburn, -Aug. 30, 1S86. 
Charles P. Smith, of Woburn, and Alice P. Cummings, of Reading, Nov. 24, 

1886. 
Mary F. Smith and Thomas H. Duffy, both of Woburn. Aug. 2 J, 1SS7. 
William Smith (2d) and Lizzie Mahon, both of Woburn, July 3, IS'^S. 
Josiah A. Smith, of Fayston, Vt., and Hattie L. LaBelle, of Waitsfield, Vt., 

Dec. 24, 1 888. 
George R. Smith and Bertha E. Morrill, both of Woburn, -Aug. 29, 1889. 
Marion L Smith and Horace X. Conn, both of Woburn, Sept. 11, 1S89. 
Wilhelmina Smith and Hubbard Copeland, both of Woburn, Sept. 17, 1889. 



130 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

S3IITH, continued. 

Clarence A. Smith, of Orange, and Cora I. Caswell, of Woburn, Oct. 29, 

1889. 
Jacob Smith and Hortense Barnum, both of Woburn. Feb. il, 1S90. 
Charles S. Smith and A.daline Wintree, both of Woburn, Dec. 17, iSgo. 
Fred W. Smith, of Tilton, N. H., and Bertha A. Lord, of Woburn, Dec. 24, 
1890. 

SNELL. 

Charles H. Snell and Ida L. Blaisdell, both of Woburn, Oct. 5, 1878. 

SNOW. 

Anne M. Snow, of Winchester, and William M. Miller, of Woburn (2d), 
July 3, 1S90. 

SOLE.S. 

George W. Soles, of Woburn, and Caroline E. Barnes, of Stoneham, June 

2. 1880. 
Fred E. Soles and Lillian (Baxter) Over (2d), both of Woburn, March 30. 

1S86. 
Frank E. Soles and Fanny D. Stearns, both of Woburn. Sept. 11, 1S90. 

SORENSEX. 

Johanna Sorensen and August Richter, both of Woburn, Sept. 28, 1SS3. 

SPAULDIXG. 

Geore^e E. Spaulding (2d) and Lizzie J. Reed, both of Woburn, Sept. 23, 

1882. 
Maud A. Spaulding and Fred D. Taylor, both of Woburn, Feb. 17, 1S90. 

SPAUSE. 

Fanny ]. Spause, of Lynn, and James Graham, of Woburn, Aug. 17, 18S3. 

SPEAR. 

Charles F. Spear and Josie Russell, both of Woburn, Dec. 29, 1SS9. 

SPELLMAX. 

Michael Spellman and Jennie (Porter) Upton (2d), both of Woburn, Jan- 
28, 18SS. 

SPICER. 

John M. Spicer (2d) and Julia M. Wright, both of Lowell, Oct. 8, 1881. 

SPILLANE. 

Annie Spillane, of Boston, and Timothy D. Kane, of Woburn, Oct. 24, 
1883. 

SPRAGUE. 

William E. Sprague, of Stoneham, and Jennie I. Cummings, of Woburn, 
Jan. 12, 18S2. 

STACK. 

Bridget Suck and John Donovan, both of Woburn, May 21, 1874- 

STACKENBEKG. 

Hannah Stackenberg and Gustav Anderson, both of Woburn, June 8, iSSS. 



WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 131 

STACY. 

Elmira Stacv, of Tamworth, N. II. (2d), and David W. Atwood, of Boston 
(2d), Dec. 16, 1875. 

STAFFORD. 

Mary Stafford and Patrick Sullivan, both of Woburn, Oct. I, 1889. 
STANLEY. 

Jairus W. Stanley and Mary S. Briggs, both of Woburn, Oct. 2, 1873. 

STANTON. 

Mary Stanton and William Nolan, both of Woburn, Sept. 22, 1S83. 

STARK. 

Frank E. Stark and Cora B. Hunt, both of Woburn, March 23, 1887. 

STEARNS. 

Ellen A. Stearns, of Woburn, and Benjamin Hinckley, of Boston (2d), Sept. 

8, 1874. 
Delia A. Stearns and Francis H. Clarke, both of Woburn, May 11, 1S76. 
Clara E. Stearns, of Woburn, and Clarence A. Ha\-ward, of Providence, 

Sept. 8, i88o. 
Walter E. Steams and Catherine A. Murray, both of Woburn, Tuly 21;. 

1883. 
Minnie E. Stearns and Eugene E. Wood, both of Woburn, Nov. 21, 18S3. 
Flora B. Stearns, of Woburn, and Frederick A. Verv, of Boston. Aue. 21;, 

18SS. ' .6 3. 

Fanny D. Steams and Frank E. Soles, both of Woburn, Sept. 11, 1890. 

STEAVES. 

Zelia P. Steaves, of Winchester, and William E. Stowers, of Cambridge, 
Jan. I, 1884. 

STEELE. 

Frederick Steele and Mary E. Smith, both of Stoneham, Oct. 5, 1S81. 
Louise Steele and Alexander Pearsons, both of Woburn, Dec. 28, 1S89. 

STEPHENS. 

Ellen A. Stephens (2d) and John R. Frazer (2d), both of Boston, Feb. 7, 

1873- 
Mary E. Stephens, of Woburn, and Theodore F. Emerj-, of Winchester, 

Sept. 12, 1877. 
Clara T. Stephens and Sherman H. Sanborn, both of Woburn, Dec. 22. 

1880. 
Charles H. Stephens and Mar}' E. Anderson, both of Woburn, Aug. i, 1S81. 
Flora A. Stephens and George W. Dinsmore (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 

21, 1883. 

Annie J. Stephens (2d) and Thomas Quigley (2d), both of Winchester, Sept. 

22, 1883. 

Florence H. Stephens and Robert P. Searls, both of Boston, Sept. i, 1S84. 
Eliza C. Stephens, of Chelsea, and Theodore G. Boutelle, of Woburn, June 

22, 1887. 
Lillian R. Stephens, of Woburn, and Samuel D. Weston, of Stoneham (2d), 

Dec. 3, 1889. 
James E. Stephens, of Wilmington, and Hattie M. Hodges, of Woburn, 

Sept. II, 1890. 



132 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

STEPHEXSOX. 

Hamilton Stephenson and Mary A. Gibson, both of Woburn, Dec. 24, 1S7S. 
John Stephenson and Janet Ross, both of Woburn, Sept. 25, 1SS4. 
Mary J. Stephenson and Andrew Dobbins, both of Woburn, Nov. 13, 1884. 
William J. Stephenson and Susan M. Ferguson, both of Woburn, Nov. 14, 
1 883. 

STETSON. 

Clarence P. Stetson, of Washington, D. C, and Caddie M. Kimball, of Wo- 
burn, Sept. I, 1875. 

STEWART. 

Donald W. Stewart ("sd) and Nellie McLellan, both of Woburn, Mav 2S, 

1873- 
Isaac C. Stewart, of Cincinnati, Ohi<\ and Emma S. Corbett, of Woburn, 

Aug. 20, 1S73. 
Elizabeth Stewart and Robert Porter, both of Woburn, Feb. 27, 1884. 
John W. Stewart, of Boston, and Belle McLean, of Xewton, May 8, [889. 
Emily J. Stewart and Edward A. Brooks, both of Woburn, Jan. i, 1S90. 
Ruth E. Stewart and George B. Robertson, both of Woburn, Oct. 8, 1890. 

STICKNEY. 

Adaline Stickney and Loammi White, both of Woburn, April 27, 1885. 

STINSOX. 

M. Lizzie Stinson, of Stoneham, and Herbert F. Sheldon, of Wakefield, 
July 18, 1877. 

STOKES. 

Maggie E. Stokes, of Woburn, and William Phinney, of Wilmington, July 
31, 1889. 

STONE. 

Clinton C. Stone, of Reading, and Minnie R. Flagg, of Woburn, Oct. 28, 

1875. 
Uri A. Stone, of Acton, and Martha J. Nay, of Boston, Jan. 6, 1879. 
Arthur W. Stone and Nellie M. Dean, both of Woburn, Oct. 17, 1889. 

STORY. 

Frances J. Story, of Woburn, and Lewis F. Woodbury, of Salem, N. H., 

March 8, 1S87. 
Charles H. Story and Mary E. Edmands, both of Woburn, Aug. 13, 1890. 

STOTVERS. 

Mary F. Stowers, of Woburn, and William F. C. Blaisdell, of Medford, 

April 2, 1876. 
Augusta H. Stowers and James P. Dickson, both of Woburn, Aug. 23, 1879. 
Edward E. Stowers and Ella F. Butler, both of Woburn, Oct. 10. 1883. 
William E. Stowers, of Cambridge, and Zelia P. Steaves, of Winchester, 

Jan. I, 1884. 

STREB. 

Amelia M. Streb, of Boston, and David A. Ray, of Woburn, March 27, 
1884. 

STREETER. 

Myra Streeter and Cyrus B. Richardson (2d), both of Boston, June 3, i5S6. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 133 

STROUT. 

Charles M. Strout and Annie E. Thompson, both of Woburn, Feb. it. :S76. 
Howard E. Strout and Abbie E. Dimick, both of Woburn, March rj. :S79. 

STUART (see Stewart). 

STYGLES. 

George F. Stygles and Bridget O'Donnell, both of Woburn, Feb. S, rSi*jL 

SULLIVAN. 

Mary Sallivan and Patrick Conniry, both of Woburn, Aug. 21, 1873. 
Ellen Sullivan and Thomas Dillon, both of Woburn, Oct. 29. 1S73. 
Kate Sullivan and Daniel Hennigan, both of Woburn, Sept. 21, 1S76. 
Susan A. Sullivan (2d) and John C. Higgins, both of Woburn, X:rr. 29, 

[876. 
Thomas H. Sullivan and Julia A. Muse, both of Woburn, April 13, 1^""^. 
Dennis Sullivan and Rosa McCafferty, both of Woburn, June 20, irj.r- 
Nellie F. Sullivan, ot Lowell, and Edward Pearsons, of Woburn, A\ii^. 8, 

1883. 
Kate A. Sullivan and James P. Collins, both of Woburn. Feb. 20, r55u.. 
Daniel Sullivan and Jennie Goodreau, both of Woburn, Feb. 24, iSSs. 
Margaret Sullivan and Edward Callahan, both of Woburn, April 13, : :■' 5- 
Julia F. Sullivan, of Waltham, and Thomas J. Begley, of Woburn, Aix iS, 

1886. 
John J. Sullivan, of Boston, and Hannah A. Mahoney, of Woburn, Sept. 

II, 1887. 
Marv L. Sullivan and Matthew L. D. Kennedy, both of Woburn, Tar... 14, 

1889. 
Patrick Sullivan and Mary Stafford, both of Woburn, Oct. i, 1S89. 
Bridget Sullivan, of Lowell, and William H. Haggerty, of Woburn, Jints 10, 

1890. 

SUTHERLAND. 

George H. Sutherland and Mary E. Ordwav, both of Woburn, Aprl n, 

1877. 
Charles E. Sutherland and Carrie Russell, both of Woburn, June i, islt-'. 

SWAIN. 

Harriet G. Swain, of Wilmington, and Arthur W. Lewis, of Woburn. ALpril 

26, 1881. 
William E. Swain, of Peabody, and Lillie F. Taylor, of Burlington, Feir,. 10, 

1883. 
Lawrence C. Swain, of Wilmington, and Mina A. Taylor, of Burliniinon, 

Dec. 24, 1883. 

SWAN. 

Charles F. Swan (2d) and Harriet M. McKenzie, both of Woburn, D&l. zz, 

iS73- 
Willard J. Swan, of Fvreburg, Me., and Marcia W. Tillson, of Woburn. Tan. 
S, 1886. 

SWANSON. 

Mary C. Swanson and Swan Johnson, both of Woburn, Sept. 30, 1888.. 

SWEENEY. 

Delia Sweeney and John Doorley, both of Woburn, Jan. 26, 1888. 



134 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

SWEETSER. 

Henrv N. Sweetser and Susan W. Cowan (2d), both of Woburn, June 6, 

iS/s- 
Lilly A. Sweetser, of Woburn, and Emma A. Adams, of Wakefield, Dec. 14, 

18S1. 
Alice H. Sweetser and William R. Emery, both of Woburn, Oct. 9, 1884. 
John H. Sweetser and Caruhne L. Horton, both uf Woburn, April 2, 1890. 

SWIFT. 

Maud E. Swift and John E. McClure, both of Woburn, June 13, 1S76. 

SVVY3IER. 

John Swymer and Margaret Fitzgerald, both of Woburn, Nov. 20, 1889. 

SYLVESTER. 

Clara B. Sylvester, of Woburn, and Waterman Cummings, of Cerro Gordo, 
of 111., March 10, 1874. 

SYMONDS. 

William P. Symonds and Sarah D. Simonson, both of Woburn, July 24, 
1890. 

TAB BUT. 

Frank L. Tabbut and Emily E. Wyman, both of Woburn, April 4, 1879. 
Rachel P. Tabbut, of Woburn, and William G. Richardson, of Winchester. 

Way 5, 18S0. 
Ida B. Tabbut, of Newton, N. H., and Charles H. Lincoln, of W'oburn, Jan. 

7, 1890. 

TAFFE. 

Catherine E. Taffe and William Breslin, both of Woburn, Nov. i, 1877. 
John Taffe and Rosanna O'Donnell, both of Woburn, Nov. 20, JS79. 
James P. Taffe, of Woburn, and Catherine A. Comey, of Salem, Dec. 24, 
i88r. 

TAGUE (see Teague). 

TAIT. 

John S. Tait and Ettie Gifford, both of Woburn, July 18, 1874. 

TALBOT. 

John E. Talbot and Emily Wanstall, both of Woburn, May 27, 1S86. 

TALTY. 

Thomas Talty and Susan Bradley, both of Woburn, April 7, 1875. 

TAPLEY. 

Mary U. Tapley, of Danvers, and Edward M. Munyan, of Woburn, June 24, 
' 1885. 

TARR. 

Hartley J. Tarr and Mary J. Carr, both of Woburn, July 22, 1883. 
Mary M. Tarr and George W. Barden, both of Woburn, Nov. 25, 1883. 

TATRO. 

Edward W. Tatro and Kate Jordan, both of Woburn, Aug. 15, 1S87. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 135 

TAY. 

Maria J. Tay and Reuben A. Buck, both of Woburn, Feb. 19, 1S73. 
Mary L. Tay and Albert E. Dodge, both of Woburn, June 5, iSSi. 
Lizzie J. Tay and George L. Gordon, boh of Burlington, Oct. 6, 1S83. 

TAYLOR. 

Sarah J. Taylor (2d) and Clement P. Jayne (2d), both of Woburn, Nov. 18, 

Charles E. Taylor, of Woburn, and Josie A. Bell, of Wilmington, Dec. 5, 

1875. 
Edward E Taylor and Lizzie ^L Cherrv, both of Woburn, Oct. 11, 1S76. 
John H. Taylor, of Burlington, and Xellie J. Peacock, of Nashua, N. H., 

Dec. 24, 1876. 
Ida M. Taylor and Robert II. Magee, both of Woburn, Jan. 20, 1877. 
Lillia Taylor and Charles W. McLucas, both of Woburn, Oct. 23, 1S77. 
Thomas C. Taylor and Sophia Carpenter, both of Woburn. Jan. 2, \>^7g. 
Theodore F. Taylor, of Woburn, and Emma A. Fountain, 01 Malone, N. Y., 

Jan. 29, 1S79. 
El bridge Taylor ard Marv Cox, both of Woburn, Jan. 8, iSSo. 
Melvin E. Taylor and Addie >L Skelton, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, iSSo. 
Mary L. Taylor, of Burlington, and Donald K. Colgate, of Woburn, Sept. 

1, 1881. 

Lillie F. Taylor, of Burlington, and William E. Swain, of Peabodv, Feb. 10, 

1883. 
Mina A. Taylor, of Burlington, and Lawrence C. Swain, of Wilmington, 

Dec. 24, 1883. 
Rebecca Taylor and William Bezanson (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 9, 1SS6. 
Alma E. Taylor, of Wilmington, and George McKitlrick, of Woburn, 

March 11, i'887. 
Edward W. Tavlor and Florence L McCaulev, both of Woburn, May 16, 

1888. 
Albert Taylor and Margaret E. Richardson, both of Woburn, Feb. 9, 1SS9. 
Annie M. Tavlor, of Woburn, and George C. Ketchum, of Lawrence, Oct. 

29, 1889. 
Fred D. Taylor and Maud A. Spaulding, both of Woburn, Feb. 17, 1S90. 
William Taylor and Margery M. Barnum (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. i, 

1S90. 
Charles H. Taylor, Jr., of Boston, and Marguerite Falck, of W«;burn, Dec. 

2, 1S90. 

TEAGUE. 

Floyd D. Teague and Annie Thompson, both of Woburn, Dec. 25, 18S6. _^ 

TEBBETTS. 

Ella I. Tebbetts, of Burlington, and George D. Getchell, of Medford, Aug. 

13. 18S4. 
Edwin F. Tebbetts and Mary W. Wellington, both of Woburn, Dec- 19, 

1888. 

TEEL. 

Sarah B. Teel and Charles L. Weston, both of Woburn, Sept. 12, 1877. 

TENNEY. 

Annie Tenney and Edward J. Clarke, both of Woburn, May 26, 1879. 
Patrick E. Tenney, of Woburn (2d), and Kate Duffy, of Arlington, April 15, 

1884. 
Patrick Tenney, of Woburn, and Mary O'Brien, of Cambridge, July 26, 

1 888. 



136 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

TEXNEY, continued. 

Margaret A. Tennev and William J. McGowan, both of Woburn, Nov. i>. 

i88S. 
Ellen Tenney and James H. Meehan, both of Woburn, Nov. 26, 1890. 

TERRETT. 

Richard Terrett (2d) and Margaret Quakers, both of Woburn, Sept. iS. 
1881. 

- THAYER.* 

Annie B. Thayer, of Medford, and Isaac M. Phillips, of Woburn, Sept. ;. 
1877. 
TH03IPS0X. 

Justin E. Thompson and Mary J. Murdock (2d), both of Woburn, Tune c. 

iS73- 
Jennie L. Thompson, of Woburn, and James Burbeck, of Greenfield, N. K., 

Dec. 30, 1874. 
Nellie S. Thompson and Edward L. Shaw, both of Woburn, Feb. iS, 1S-5. 
Josephine L. Thompson, of Lawrence, and Walter S. Miller, of Springfield 

(2d), June 15, 1S75. 
Annie E. Thompson and Charles M. Strout, both of Woburn, Feb. i ;, 

1876 
Lewis W. Thompson and Helen M. Brigham, both of Woburn, Oct. 25, 

1876. 
Kate Thompson, of Woburn, and Frank A. Winn, of Boston, Oct. 26, 1S76. 
Harriet N. Thompson and Charles H. Delano, both of Woburn, Julv ig. 

1877- 
Harriet P. Thompson (2d) and Amasa W. Nason, both of Woburn, Nov. 

25. 1877. 
Hibbert C. Thompson and Nancy M. Rowell (2d), both of Woburn, Aug. 

14, 1878. 
Helena Thompson and Nathan W. Eaton, both of Woburn, Nov. 16, 1S7S. 
Samuel A. Thompson and Harriet E. Carter, both of Woburn, Nov. 27, 

1879. 
Sarah L. Thompson and Charles W. Smith, both of Woburn, Sept. 14, 

1881. 
Howard A. Thompson, of Haverhill, and Mary J. Ames, of Woburn, June 

II, 1884. 
Edwin P. Thompson, of Somerville, and Mary A. Durgin, of Woburn, Nov. 

27, 1884. 
Annie Thompson and Floyd T. Teague, both of Woburn, Dec. 25, :886. 
William Thompson and Annie Toole, both of Woburn, --Vug. 28, 1SS6. 
Joseph Thompson and Mabel Ronco, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 1SS7. 
Melissa Thompson and Adelbert Maloney, both of Woburn, Jan. 21, iSSS. 
Charles E. Thompson and Mary L. C. Livingston, both of Woburn, Sept. 

I, 1888. 
Leonard S. Thompson, of Boston (2d), and Ella F. Wyman, of Woburn, 

June 30, 1890. 

THORN. 

Emily Thorn and James G. Mobbs, both of Woburn, Oct. 8, 18S1. 
David Thorn, of Woburn (2d), and Bertha Erskine, of Winchester, Sept. 6, 
1890. 

• " Nov. 30, 179?, Joseph Thayer, lately from Woburn, Fever, it. 23. Two years married. 
He has a wife, an Edgcl. Are both from Woburn. He came into to«n in June last, and she in 
Aug. They have one child, a femaie. He was a carpenter employed by Mr. Lefavre." — Farim 
List 0/ Deaths, Salem, Bentiey, page 46. 



WOBURX RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 137 

THUMB KT. 

Harrv J. Thumert and Sarah B. F. Norris, both of Burlington, Nov. 24, 
1887. 

TIDD. 

George A. Tidd and Mary E. Cowdry, both of Woburn, July 25, 1S74. 
Abbie W. Tidd, of Woburn, and Louis L. Smith, of Chelsea, Feb. i, 1S77. 
Sarah A. Tidd, of Woburn, and Nathan H. Marion, of Burlington, June 19, 

1877. 
Marion A. Tidd and Herbert H. Dockham, both of Woburn, Sept. 3, 18S5. 

TIERNEY. 

Bridget Tierney and Charles McCormick (2d), both of Woburn, Mav 14, 

1874- 
Thomas W. Tierney, of Woburn, and Kate P. Murrav, of Boston, Oct. 7, 

1SS2. 
Mary E. Tierney and Patrick D. Conlon, both of Woburn, Oct. Ii, 1S83. 

TIFFANY. 

Edwin E. Tiffanv, of Southbridge, and Helen M. Hyde, of Woburn, Jan. 8, 
1879. 

TILLSOX. 

Susette E. Tillson and Tracy W. Nichols, both of Woburn, Nov. 7, 1S77. 
Marcia W. Tillson, of Woburn, and Willard J. Swan, of Fryeburg, ^le., 
Jan. 5, 18S6. 

TILTOX. 

Sarah E. Tilton and William Bushby, 2d (cd), both of Peabody, Jan. 5, 1876. 

TIMSOX. 

Elizabeth R. Timson, of Woburn, and Herbert A. Warren, of Winchester, 
Jan. 7, 18S0. 

TIRREL.L (See T^-kell). 

TODD. 

Mary E. Todd and Thomas G. Beggs, both of Woburn, Nov. 31, 1S77. 
Florence A. Todd and Frank E. Morse, both of Woburn, Marcti 6, 1S7S. 

TOLAN. 

Mary Tolan and John Short, both of Wobam. Aug. 31, 1877. 
■ '^Ellen Tolan; of Winchester, and John E. .McQuillan, of Woburn, Sept. 29, 
fcl-:i?*MS78. 
Jv_t Kate Tolan and I^b Roberti, both of Woburn, Oct. 7, 1878. 

., Neil Tolan, of Woburn, and Sarah Gallagher, of Boston, April 20, 1884. 

TONY. 

LetitiaTony, of Woburn, and James Wood, of Burlington, Jan, 9, 1S90. 

TOOLE. 

Annie Toole and William Thompson, both of Woburn, Aug. 28, 1886. 

TOOMEY. 

Humphrey T. Toomey and Mary A. Howard, both of Woburn, April 13, 
1882. 

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138 WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

TKACY. 

Agnes Tracy (2d) and Patrick Donahoe, both of Woburn, April 30, 1S76. 
John \V. Tracy and Mary Collins, both uf Woburn, Aug. 3, iSSl. 
Thomas Tracy and Mary Doherty, both of Woburn, Mav 14, iSS.:. 
Frank E. Tracy and Mary A. Battel!, both of Woburn. fan. i, 1SS3. 
Joseph N. Tracy, of Boston, and Sarah E. Burns, of Woburn, fune 2, 1SS7. 
John W. Tracy (2d) and Delia McLaughlin, both of Woburn, April i. iSSS. 
Rose Tracy, of Woburn, and Patrick Cullen, of Boston, '.<.jv. 157 iSSS. 
Annie J. Tracy and John H. Clancy, both of Woburn, Xov. 22, iSSS. 

TRAFTON. 

Lizzie M. Traftcn and Leno C. Merrill, both orAVoburn, Sept. 4. 1884. 

TKOTT. 

Susan Trott and John Williams, both of Woburn, June 24, 1S73. 

TRUE. 

Mary S. True and Arthur-A. Brooks, both of Woburn, June i^, iSSi. 
Nellie F. True, of Woburn, and Charles W. Gilbert, of Worcester, Jan. — 
18S9. 

TRULL. 

S. Franksford Trull and Adelaide M. Pollard, both of Woburn, June 10, 

John T. Trull and Evelyn ^L Davis, both of Woburn, June 19, 1S7S. 
, Benjamin L. Trull and Lillie M. Richardson, both of Woburn, Dec. 24, 
1885. 

TUCK. 

Cynthia J. Tuck, of Woburn, and George A. Brown, of Maiden, March 4, 
1876. 

TUCKER. 

Edward D. -Tucker and Maggie Brennon, both of Woburn, March 20, 1875. 
Martha Tucker (2d) and Robert West (2d), both of Woburn, June 24, 
1877- 

TUFTS. 

Susan G. Tufts, of Woburn, and George L. Putnam, of Cambridge, Dec. 18, 

'873- 
Clara B. Tufts, of Somerville, and Oliver Bacon, of Woburn, Oct, 20, 1S81. 

TUPPER. 

Alice M. Tupper and Orin B. Sanborn, both of Woburn, Sept. 13, 1S83. 

TURNER. 

Charles K. Turner, of Reading, and Hattie A. Tweed, of Woburn, May 30, 

1873- 
S. Fanny Turner, of Reading, and George E. Parkhurst, of Woburn, July 

27, 1875. 
David Turner and Mary E. Dibbins, both of Woburn, July 2r, 1S77. 
Gebrge Turner and Miriam Hicko.x, b(.ith of Woburn, Sept. 25, I5S2. 
Minnie E. Turner and George H. Lord, both of \\'oburn, Dec. 16, 18S6. 

TUTTLE. 

Mary C. Tuttle, of Woburn, and William Eutland, of Boston, July 16, 1874. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 139 

TWEEO. 

Hattie A. Tweed, of Woburn, and Charles K. Turner, of Reading, May 30, 

1873- 
Lvdia E. Tweed and William H. Kimball, both of Woburn, March 31, 

1875. 

TWOMBLEY. 

Frederick Twomblej", of Winchester, and Grace L. Ellis, of Woburn, Nov. 
16, 1S85. 

TYLER. 

William M. Tvler, of Stoneham, and Emma A. Perkins, of Topsfield (2d), 

Sept. 16, 1SS6. 
Cora M. Tyler, of Woburn, and William H. Norris, of Epping, N. H., Sept. 

30, 1 886. 

TYNG.* 

TYKELL. 

John Tyrell, of Waltham, and Dora Mosher, of Woburn, Oct. 10, 1885. 

UPTON. 

Charles Upton and Jane Porter, both of Woburn, May 2, t874. 
Jennie (Porter) Upton (2d) and Michael Spellman, both of Woburn, Jan. 
28, 1S88. 

USHER. 

Emma Usher and George Flanders, both of Woburn, Aug. 26, 1873. 

VAUGHN. 

Allen H. Vaughn and Annie Butters, both of Woburn, Dec. 21, 1S77. 

VERV. 

Frederick A. Very, of Boston, and Flora B. Stearns, of Woburn, Aug. 25, 
1888. 

VICKERS. 

James Vickers and Eliza McLoud, both of Woburn, Dec. 28, 1875. 

VYE. 

Minnie L. Vye and Frederick O. Lyman, both of Woburn, July 28, 1S73. 
Fred W. Vye, of Woburn, and Lizzie S. Wallace, of Virginia, .May 6, 1880. 
Catherine A. Vye, of Woburn, and Ernest C. Brown, of Medford, Aug. 14, 
1889. 

WADE. 

Charles D. Wade and Nellie M. Sawtell, both of Woburn, Nov. 14, 1877. 
Mary A. Wade and Willis L. Gould, both of Woburn, Dec. 18, 1890. 

WAITE, 

Maria A. Waite and Hugh Neal, both of Stoneham, Nov. 21, 1873. 

Annie Waite (2d) and John F. Bradley (2d), both of Woburn, June 7, 1884. 

* Three articles on the death, homestead, and life of Col. Jonathan Tyng (1642-1724), particu- 
larly in relation to his connection with Woburn, were begun by W. R. Cutter, Esq., in 'I ht Xe-jrt, 
--Vpril 31, 1S94. 



140 WOBUItK IIECOUD OF MARRIAGES. 

WAKEFOKD. 

Susie E. Wakeford, of Woburn, and Charles F. Flint, of Paxton, Tan o 
1889. ■' ^' 

TTALDRON. 

B. Francis Waldron, of Manchester, N. H., and Gertrude M. Richardson, 
of Woburn, Nov. 9, 1S81. 

'WALKER. 

Hattie L. Walker and Charles S. Lowell, both of Woburn, Dec. 20, 1S73. 
Frank E. Walker, of Woburn, and Jessie H. Walton, of Stoneham. Feb. 2; 

J87S. 
Sarah M. Walker and John O. Ray, both of Woburn, Sept. 19, 1SS3. 
John H. Walker, of Hopkinton, and Mav L. Howard, of Woburn, Oct. 12 

1887. 
Lillie G. Walker, of Woburn, and Erlon R. Chadbourne, of Lewiston, Me., 

June 22, 1SS7. 
Nellie A. Walker, of Woburn, and John W. Denno, of Boston, Au<j. 8, 

1S88. 
Helen B. Walker, of Fryeburg, Me., and Alfred T. Carter, of Woburn, Oct. 

23, 1S90. 

TVALL. 

David Wall and Mary Sheehan, both of Woburn, Nov. 28, 1878. 
Michael Wall and Ellen Bowman, both of Woburn, Oct. 21, 1879. 
Mary Wall and John O'Brien, both of Woburn, Dec. 31, 18S2. 
Thomas F. Wall and Margaret E. Conway, both of Woburn, May 31, iSSi;. 
Catherine Wall, of Woburn, and Jeremiah Fitzgerald, of Worcester (2d), 
Nov. 3, 18S9. 

WALLACE. 

Lizzie S. Wallace, of Virginia, and Fred W. Vye, of Woburn, May 6, 1880. 
James A. Wallace and Kate E. Maguire, both of Woburn, Oct. 10, iSSo. 
John Wallace (2d) and Nellie Cronin, both of Woburn. Oct. 16, 1SS2. 
John M. Wallace and Mary Davis, both of Woburn, Jan. 20, 18S5. 
• Julia E. Wallace and Frank A. McSheffrey, both of Woburn, June 11, 1885. 
William M. Wallace, of Woburn, and Jennie M. McElhaney, of Winches- 
ter, July 6, 1885. 
John M. Wallace, of Woburn (2d), and Mary J. Castenson, of Watertown, 
Sept. 10, 1890. 

WALLING FORD. 

Cora B. Wallingford, of Woburn (2d), and Ira A. Herrick, of Boston (2d), 
Sept. 2, 1886. 

WALSH (see also Welch). 

John A. Walsh and Mary E. Shea, both of Woburn, Nov. 20, 1879. 
Mary E. Walsh and Robert H. Corry, both of Woburn, July 6, iSSi. 
Michael Walsh, of Boston, and Margaret A. Keenan, of Woburn, April 2;, 

1886. 
Martm J. Walsh and Marietta Kelley, both of Woburn, June 24, 1S86. 
John Walsh and Abbie Kelleher. both of Woburn, Jan. 26, 1SS7. 
Kate Walsh, of Stoneham, and Patrick Mulrenan, of Woburn, April 28, 

1887. 
Bridget Walsh and Daniel O'Connor, both of Woburn, May 5, 1887. 
Edward H. Walsh and Mary E. Doherty, both of Woburn, April 25, 1889. 
John Walsh and Jeanette Seavey, both of Woburn, Nov. 26, iSSg. 
Patrick H. Walsh and Margaret B. Conway, both of Woburn, Sept. 24, 1S90. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 141 

WALTOX. 

Alexander;\Valton and Marv Dohertv, both of Wobiirn, Tan. 17, 18-7. 
Jessie H. Walton, of Stoneham, and Frank E. Walker, of Woburn Feb ", 
1S7S. "^* 

WANXA3IAKER. 

James W. Wannamaker.'of [Somerville, and Emma Murdock, of Woburn, 
March 19, 1S90. 

WANSTALL. 

Emily Wanstall and John E. Taibo:, both ot Woburn, May 27. 18S6. 
WARD. 

Samuel \yard and Celia Gilman, both of Woburn, Sept. 9, 1S73. 
Lee E. Ward and Ruth Geddis, both of Woburn, December 21, iSSi. 
Elva M. Ward and William P. Sevrens, both of Woburn. Feb.' 24, 1SS4. 
Winfield S. Ward, of Woburn, and Jennie Cameron, of Winchester. March 
12, 1885. 

Anna A. Ward and George* R. Russell (2d), both of Woburn, Dec 2^ 
1886. - r.«SGa 'JO 

Annie L. Ward and William H. Rice, both of Woburn, Jan. 31, 1890. 

WARDELL. 

Lewis Warden and Lizzie A. Blandin, both of Stoneham, Jan. 20, 1873. 
WARDWELL. 

Frank Wardwell and Ida S. Caldwell, both of Burlington, Jan. 19, iSSo. 
James C. Wardwell, of Woburn, and Hattie G. Chase, of X. Andover. Sept. 

15, iSSo. *^ 

Amy M. Wardwell and Alfred Brown, both of Woburn, Nov. 17, 18S2. 

WARLAXD. 

Catherine T. Warland, of Woburn, and Jonathan H. Buck, of Wilmington. 
Dec. 21, i88o. . ^ 

WARREX. 

Herbert A". Warren, of Winchester, and Elizabeth R. Timson, of Woburn 
Jan. 7, 1S80. *■ 

William Warren, of Haverhill, and Susie A. Dickson, of Woburn Tan i 
1884. ' ^ * 

Alton A. Warren and Carrie M. Harriman, both of Woburn, Jan. 22. 1S85- 
WATER MAX. 

Fernando Waterman and Emma D. Brauer, both of Woburn, April 21^ 
1886. 

WATERS. 

John W. Waters and Mary E. Seaver, both of Woburn, April 16, 187". 
George E. Waters, of Woburn, and Marv P. Kirk, of Winchester. Feb. 2^. 
1S81. ' -^ 

Minnie Waters, of Woburn, and Robert S. Maxwell of Winchester Oct c; 

1883. 
S. Jessie Waters and A. Austin Crowell, both of Woburn, June 29, 1S85. 

WATSOX. 

N. J. Watson, of Boston, and Abby W. Smith, of Woburn (2d). April 27. 
1882. \ /• F 

Ellen M. Watson and Philip Flanders, both of Woburn, .Nfay 14, 1SS4- 



142 WOBURN UECORD OF MARRIAGES. 

WATT. 

George F. Watt and Annie F. McNamara, both of Woburn, Aug. 6, 1S74. 

WEAFER. 

Catherine Weafer and John A. Shea, both of Woburn, Nov. 4, 1875. 
Thomas Weafer and Mary Flaherty, both of Woburn, Nov. 13, 1879. 
Patrick Weafer, of Woburn, and Mary Motherway, of Somerville, Nov. 7, 

1S80. 
John Weafer and Mary Joyce (ad), both of Woburn, Sept. 4, 1881. 

WEBB. '^ 

Lizzie W. Webb and Walter O. Bacon, both of Woburn, Oct. 20, 1881. 

W^EBSTER. 

Marv E. Webster, of Lvnn, and John Menchin, of Woburn, May 26, 1875. 
Annie C. Webster, of Hartford, Ct., and Lewis F. Bond, of Woburn, Jan. 4, 

18S1. 
Eugene A. Webster and Lottie F. Smith, both of Woburn, June 29, 1884. 
Lizzie A. S. Webster, of Woburn, and George E. Pratt, of Winchester, Jan. 

9, 1S89. 

WE DEN. 

Anna (.Murphy) Weden, of Danbury, Ct. (2d), and William Bristin, of Wo- 
burn, May 17, 1S86. 

WEEKS. 

Phebe Weeks, of Stoneham (2d), and George G. Hart, of Woburn, Mav 20, 

1875. 
WELCH (see also Walsh). 

George P. Welch, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Maria H. Oliphant, of Woburn, 

June 23, 1873. 
Michael Welch and Abby Folev, both of Woburn, Oct. 17, 1873. 
Mary E. Welch and James Burke, both of Woburn, Nov. iS, 1S80. 
Walter M. Welch, of Maiden, and Jessie Wood, of Burlington, Dec. 10, 

1881. 
Patrick Welch and Ellen Welch, both of Woburn, Aug. 23, 1883. 
Ellen Welch and Patrick Welch, both of Woburn, Aug. 23, 1S33. 
Mary Welch and Patrick Foley, Loth of Woburn, Sept. 10, 1S87. 
Martin Welch, of Lexington, and Annie Murphy, of Woburn, April 24, 

188S. 
Nellie Welch, of Woburn, and William E. Carter, or Burlington, March 3, 

1889. 
Frank Welch, of Boston, and Teresa Rooney, of Woburn, April 25, 1SS9. 
Richard Welch, of Charlestown, and Catherine Dunn, of Woburn, July 23, 

1889. 
James Welch and Margaret Doherly, both of Woburn, Oct. 17, 1889. 
Mary A. Welch and Bernard F. Matthews (2d), both of Woburn, April 24, 

1890. 

WELDOX. 

Daniel V. Weldon and Rosa Murray, both of Woburn, June 9, 1874. 
Julia W^eldon and William McGregor, both of Woburn, May 17, 1S82. 
William H. Wtldon and Bes:.ie Russell, both of Woburn, Feb. 5, 1S83. 
George H. Weldon and Jane Cantty, both of Woburn, April 23. 18S9. 

WELLINGTON. 

Mary W. Wellington and Edwin F. Tebbetts, both of Woburn, Dec. 19, i888. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 143 

WFLLMAX. 

Frank A. Wellman and Ida M. Ingerson, both of VVoburn, Nov. 19, 1S79. 
Ada F. Wellman, of Woburn, and William H. H. Barker, of Boston, April 
28, 18S2. 

Frank W. Wells, of Woburn, and Carrie A. Richardson, of Arlington, Mav 

27, 1880. , 

WENDELL. 

Frank H. Wendell and Amelia Sevrens, both of Woburn, Sept. 29, 1873. 

WENTWORTH. 

Nellie O. Wentworth and John W. Willey, both of Woburn, Feb. !, 1S88. 

WEST. 

Robert West {2d) and Martha Tucker (2d), both of Woburn, June 24. 1S77. 
George W. West (2d) and Mary E. Jennings, both of Woburn, >Iay iS, 

jSSi. 
Ebie West and John Guy, both of Woburn, Oct. 31, 1S8S. 

WESTLAND. 

Peter T. Westland and Barbara L. Acorn, both of Chelsea, Sept. 24, 18S5. 

WESTOX.* 

Henry W^eston, of Woburn (2d), and Elmira L. Chase, of Boston (2d), July 

28, 1875. 

Alice M. Weston, of W^oburn, and William H. Lane, of .Medford, Nov. 17, 

1875- 
William S. Weston, Jr., and Ella M. Knowlton (2d), both of Nashua, N. H., 

July 3, 1877. 
Charles L. Weston and Sarah B. Teel, both of Woburn. Sept. 12, 1877. 
Isadi^ra F. Weston, of Woburn, and J-,ewis B. White, of Stoneham, Oct. 26, 

1885. 
Samuel D. Weston, of Stoneham (2d), and Lillian L. Stephens, of Woburn, 

Dec. 3, 18S9. 

WHEELER. 

Elizabeth P. Wheeler and John R. Carter, both of Woburn, Jan. 22, 1S73. 
George S. Wheeler, of Boston, and Mary ]. Dratfin. of W^oburn, Dec. 5, 

1878. 
Cornelia A. W^heeler and William W. Hill, both of Woburn, June 2t, 1SS2. 
Caroline A. Wheeler, of W^oburn, and Charles H. Cooper, of Hanover, 

N. H.. Jan. 10, 1S83. 
John S. VVheeler (2(1) and Maria L. Dike, both of Wubarn, June 3, 1S90. 

WHEELOCK. 

Frank H. Wheelock, of New Haven, Conn., and Edith M. W. Rich, of 

Woburn, .\pril it, 1S78. 
Carrie N. Wheelock, of South Carolina, and Charles C. Shaw, of Wobom, 

.April 20, 1S80. 

•Oct. jg, 1803, William, of Nath. and Hannah Western, scarlet fever, six years. The mother, a 
Richardson from Woburn ; have seven children left, one son. — Oct. 29, iSoj. Lois, of same, same 
disease, three years. Father from Readine. — Nov. 11, 1804. Hannah Weston, Cf^nsvjr-.jtion, 
twenty years. The father, Nath'l, from Reading, [etc]. Dec. lo, liti. Xathaniel Weston, 
fever, fiftv-three years. Lived in .Salem nineteen years. Married, at twenty-three, a Richardson. 
letc.].— Ben t/ey's Parish LUt 0/ Deaths, Salem. 



144 WOBURX RECORD OF ^lARRTAGF.S. 

WHITCHER. 

George R. Whitcher, of Springfield, and Lillian L. Knox, of Woburn, Sept. 
17, 1883. 

WHITE. 

Charles A. White, of Boston, and May I. Morgan, of Woburn, Dec- 31, 

1873. 
William White and Catherine Barr, both of Woburn, Feb. 17, 1S74. 
Johanna White and Patrick Donovan, both of Woburn, Oct. 3. 1874. 
Thomas J. White and Addie A. Page, both of Woburn, Feb. 28. 1877. 
Maggie M. White and Wright Davidson, both of Woburn. April 25, 1877. 
Laura A. White and Elijah"'Farmer, both of Burlington, May 17, 1877. 
Richard S. White, of South Hampton, N. H., and Charlotte S. Wright, of 

Woburn, Oct. 31, 1S77. 
Seymour White and Maggie A. McLeod, both of Woburn, Xov. 14, 1877. 
John W. White and Charlotte Winder, both of Woburn, Sept. ii, 1878. 
William W. White, of Woburn. and Nellie Anderson, of Boston, Dec. 11, 

1880. 
Henry K. White, of Woburn (2d), and Lvdia Childs, of Hyannis, May xo, 

1881. 
Eliza White, of Woburn, and Patrick Dobbins, of Burlington. July 15, 1SS4. 
Loammi White and Adaline Stickney, both of Woburn. April 27, 1885. 
George White and Elizabeth Murray, both of Woburn, June 16, 18S5. 
Lewis B. White, of Stoneham, and Isadora F. Weston, of Woburn, Oct. 26,. 

1885. 
Elizabeth White and Maurice Castine, both of Woburn, June 16. 1SS6. 
William J White, of Woburn, and Flora E. McKennon, of Cambridge, 

April 20, 18S7. 
Lewis A. White and Elvira L. Melendv, both of Woburn, April 12. 1S88. 
Charles H. White and Eliza A. Maguire, both of Woburn, May 16, 1889. 

WHITEN ICK. 

Eda Whitenick and Arthur Hewitt, both of Woburn, Sept. 20, 1888. 

WHIT FORD. 

Mary E. Whitford and James E. Fowle, both of Woburn, June 5, 1873. 
William S. W'hitford, of Albany, Ga., and Mary E. Dimick, of Woburn, 
Aug. 21, 1876. 

WHITNEY. 

Bessie (Turner) Whitney, of Cambridge (2d), and Robert B. Wyman, of 
Woburn, June 13, 1S89. 

WHITTEN. 

Fred F. Whitten and Mary M.Madison (2d), both of Woburn, July 31, 1882. 

WIDGERY. 

Eliza A. Widgery and Joseph P. Fait, both of Woburn, April 3, 1873. 
Walter Widgery (2d) and Emily S. (Gould) Lincoln (2d), both of Woburn, 
Sept. 23, 1S86. 

WIEDEN. 

Carl Wieden and Hilda Skould, both of Woburn, July 24, 1S90. 

WILEY. 

Carrie F. Wiley, of Lynnfield, and Francis A. Buckman, of Woburn, April 

23, 1873. 
Hattie Wiley, of Lynnfield, and W[llis J. Buckman, of Woburn, Sept. 8, 1875. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 145 

WILKIN'S. 

Sarah Wilkins and Charles O. Blaisdell, both of Wobiirn. June 26. 1S75. 
Eugene Wilkins. of Lowell, and Caroline Wilson, of I-loston. Aug. 31, 1S77. 
Ella Wilkins and Willie Blaisdell, both of Woburn. Nov. 2S, 1877. 
Martha E. Wilkins and Frederick W. Richardson, both of Boston, Dec. 25, 

1882. 
Cora I. Wilkins and Charles O. Blaisdell (2d), both of Wilmington, March 

17, iSSS. 

WILLEY. 

Henrv H. Willev, of .Stoneham, and Amanda F. Melendv, of Woburn, May 

29,'i883. 
John W. Willey and Xellie O. Wentworth, both of Woburn, Feb. i, 1888. 

WILLIAMS. 

John Williams and Susan Trott. both of Woburn, June 24, 1873. 

John M. Williams, of Maiden, and Julia M. Cronin, of Woburn, June 30, 1SS3. 

WILLOtJGHBY. 

Harriet J. Willoughby and George H. Brauer, both of Woburn, June i, 

1887. 
Edward K. Willoughby (2d) and Elizabeth E. Dill (3d), both of Woburn, 

July 25, 1SS9. 

WIL3IOr. 

William Wilmot, of Woburn, and Carrie G. Hatch, of Andover, Sept. 20, 

Robert W. Wilmot and Mary A. Conway, both of Woburn, June 14. 18S0. 
William Wilmot (2d) and Jennie Kidder, both of Woburn, Sept. 12, 1884. 

WILSON, 

Carolme Wilson, of Boston, and Eugene Wilkins, of Lowell, Aug. 31, 1877. 
George H. Wilson, Jr., and Lillian Nichols, both of Burlington, Nov. i, 

1877. 
Frederick Wilson, of Woburn, and Jane Reddy, of Boston. Oct. 16. i88i. 
• Alexander B. Wilson, of Boston, and Lizzie R. Fowle, of Woburn, Dec. 19, 
1883. 
William Wilson and Rose Doherty, both of Woburn, July 3, 1888. 

WIXBUSH. 

Robert Winbush and Moselle J. Carpenter, both of Woburn, May 30, 1883. 

WINDER. 

Charlotte Winder and John W. White, both of Woburn, Sept il, 1878. 

WIN FREE. 

Adaline Winfree and Charles S. Smith, both of Woburn, Dec. 17, 1890. 

WLNN.* 

Frank A. Winn, of Boston, and Kate Thompson, of Woburn, Oct. 26, 1876. 
John Winn and Maggie Maguire, both of Woburn, Jan. 29, 1878. 
Kate Winn and Lewis J. Lyman (2d), both of Woburn, Sept. 6, 1882. 
Frank Winn and Catherine McGourty, both of Woburn, Nov. 9, 18S4. 
Marah B. Winn, of Burlington, and Francis M. Pushee, of Woburn (2d), 
Oct. 4, 1886. 

• In Tkt N'rwt of March, 1894, appeared two articles relating to the Winn Family. See, also, 
note under Pierce. 



146 WOBDRN RECORD OF -MARRIAGES. 

WINN, continued. 

Joseph F. Winn, of Burlington, and Mary E. Jeffers, of Woburn. Aug. 2, 18S7. 
Charles H. Winn, of Winchester, and Mary E. Reed, of Woburn. Aug. 5, 
1890. 

WINSLOW. 

Worcester L. Winslow (2d) and Mary L. Johnson, both of Stoneham, June 
24, 1874. 

WITBURGH. 

Gustava F. Witburgh (2d) and M. Christian Carlson, both of Woburn, Dec. 
11,1889. 

WITHUM. 

Abbie A. Withum and George E. Kendall, both of Woburn, May 25, iSSo. 
Teresa Withum and Arthur S. Moreland, both of Woburn, June 6, 1SS9. 

WOLFE. 

Ella Wolfe and George L. Sibley, both of Cambridge, Jan. 30, 1S83. 

WOOD. 

Kate E. Wood, of Woburn, and John A. Larkin. of Maiden, Dec. 29. 1S80. 
Jessie Wood, of Burlington, and Walter M. Welch, of Maiden, Dec 10. 

1881. ^. „ 

Frank \i . Wood, of Woburn, and Fannie E. Jones, of Middletown, N. \ ., 

April 18, 1882. « 

Henry B. Wood and Emily W. Eaton, both of Woburn. March 21, 1S83. 
Susan E. Wood and John C. Meehan, both of Woburn, April 26, 1SS3. 
Eugene E. Wood and Minnie E. Stearns, both of Woburn. Nov. 21, 1S83. 
Lillie L. Wood and Marshall J. Smith, both of Woburn, March 25. 1884. 
Mary Wood and John Kenney (3d), both of W.iburn, Nov. 26, 18S4. 
George \\. Wood and Elizabeth H. Boutwell, both of Woburn, May 2, 

18S6. 
Patrick J. Wood, of Woburn, and Olive Harding, of M.ilden. Nov. 30, 1888. 
Elizabeth Wood and Thomas J. Malonev, both of Wuburn. Aug. f. 1889. ^ 
James Wood, of Burlington, and Letitia Tony, of Woburn, Jan. 9, 1890. 

WOODBEKRY. 

Catherine F. Woodberry, of Woburn, and George W. M. Hall, of Boston, 
July 30, 1879. 

WOODBURY. 

Ida B. Woodbury, of Woburn, and Arthur M. Boyington, of Highland Park. 
III., Oct. 18, 1880. „ ,. 

■ J. Francis Woodbury, of Sutton (2d), and Emma Simonds, of Burlmgton, 
Nov. r6, 188 r. , , , „, , 

Lewis F. Woodburv, of Salem, N. H., and Frances J. Story, of Woburn, 
March 8, 18S7. 

WOODMAN. 

Charlotte Woodman, of Woburn, and Fred J. Ham, of Boston, Oct. 19, 

1877 

Lucretia W. Woodman, of Burlington, and Edward F. Cutter, of Woburn, 

May 2'' 1878 
Charles Woodman and Elizabeth M. Cheney, both of Burlington, Feb. 14, 

1 88'* 
Ada M. W^oodman, of Haverhill, and Charles H. Bancroft, of Woburn, Sept. 

19, 1888. 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 147 

WOODSIDE. 

George B. Woodside. and Abbie M. Downs, both of Woburn, Dec 8, 1887' 

WOODWARD. 

Frank B. Woodward and Annie E. Clement, both of Woburn. July :?6, 1S73. 
Millie H. Woodward and Hiel T- Nelson (3d), both of Woburn, Nov. 10, 
1887. 

WRIGHT.* 

Mary E. Wright, of Lynn, and Williston Fish, of Woburn, Dec. 11, 1S73. 

Helena Wright and James Jennings, both of Woburn. May 20, 1S77. 

Charlotte S. Wright, ot Woburn, and Richard S. White, of .South Hamp- 
ton, N. H., Oct. 31, 1S77. 

Lettie Wright, of Groton, and Charles Eaton, of Woburn, April 13. iSSo. 

Henry F. Wright, of Woburn, and Minnie O. Russell, of Chelmsford, May 
2, iSSo. 

Julia M. Wright and John M. Spicer (2d), both of Lowell, Oct. 8, i5Sr. 

Coraball Wright, of Woburn, and Samuel W. Simpson, of Medtield, Feb. 
II, 1885. 

Ella F. Wright, of Maiden, and Fred A. Robie. of Woburn, June iS, 18S9. 

Alvin n. Wright, of Fitchburg, and Emma E. Hines, of Woburn, Nov. 7, 
1889. 

WYER. 

Edwin F. Wyer (2d) and Mary A. (Bartlett) Cobson (2d), both of Woburn, 
April 4, 1889. 

WYMAN. 

Ella C. Wyman, and .Sidney H. Buxton, both of Woburn, Jan. 14, 1S75. 
Mary D. \Vyman, of Woburn, and Sumner U. Shearman, of Boston, June 

12,1877. 
Emily E. Wyman and Frank L. Tabbut, both of Woburn, April 4, 1S79. 
Joseph S. Wyman (2d) and Annie E. McKav, both of Woburn, Oct 14, 

1883. 
Delia M. Wyman and Amasa W. Nason (2d), both of Woburn, Oct. 21, 

1888. 
Robert B. Wyman, o' Woburn, and Bessie Whitney, of Cambridge (2d), 

June 13. 1S89. 
Ella F. Wyman, of Woburn, and Leonard S. Thompson, of Boston (2d), 

June 30, 1890. 

YORK.t 

Charles W. York and Ida M. Rowe, both of Haverhill, July 7, 1S79. 
Minnie S. York and Charles Hertkorn, both of VV'oburn, Nov. 12, 1S79. 

* See note under Fowle. 

t Dr. Samuel A. Green, of Boston, the well-kiiow-n antiquary, discovered ihe follo«-ir;g item at 
Worcester, and Edmund M. Barton, Librarian of the American Antiquarian Sooetv, communi- 
cated it. — C. 

From The Boston Weekly Xews-Letter^ Thursday, March 31, 174J : — 

" Ran away from his Master ijershum Flegg of W'obum, on the 2r5: Instant at Niah: : a Ke^ro- 
Man Servant, indented for seven Years, named Pompey York, about thirty-eight Years of Aze, of 
middling Stature, speaKs dood English, can read and write. He had on, or with him when he 
went away, a grev homespun Coat turn'd and oiec'd, tlat metal buttons: a blew Jacket, ^-.th metal 
Buttons; an old Camblet, one without Sleeves, also an old blew Shaj loose Coat, ar.d a brown 
Holland one; two good cotton and linnen Shins, a pair of Leather Breeches with mttil Bjttons, 
grey Yam Stockings, thick strong Shoes, two Castoi Hats, one old, the other almost n-*, sundry 
wigs, and a striped Cap. He has also with him Spoon Moulds, and other Tinkers" Tools. He 



148 



WOBURN RECORD OF MARRIAGES. 



YOUNG. 

Mary Youner, of Winchester, and James Greydon, of Wobum. A-i:;: ■£ :tf-_ 
Charles L. Young and Marcella J. Morris, both of Buriinstcc Aorri rz, 

1879- 
Mary A. \ oung, of Newton, and Frank M. Messenger, of Mazci '_amr.i 

May 13, 1879. _ 

George H. Young, of Woburn (2d), and Lizzie B. Endicotr, ct _ *-r?i\:rr-^ 

Aug. 17, iSSi. 
Edward Young and Mary E. Miller, both of Wilmington, Feb. zj^ Aly 
Josie H. Young and Henry H. Bisbee, both of Wilmington, Mirci '.-. r*il~. 
Blanche M. Young, of Stoneham, and Charles M. Munroe, cz "^3aiir:i_ 

Nov. 23, 1887. 

walks stooping and waddles as he goes. On his right Hand there are several Specks Zifc "Wars- 
He sometimes undertakes to Exhort, and sometimes to tell Fortunes. 

" N. B. He had a Manumission of Freedom from .Seth Ross and William Crc^c-r t- £;nerTC=_ 
before he was indented as aforesaid. Whr soever shall take up the said Servant a=c Tr-zr-r Tim ix 
his Master, or secure him in Boston, Cambndge, or Charlestown Gaol, shall have F-~- : 'lui" * 
old Tenor Reward, and all necessary Charges paid. 

" All Masters of Vessels and others are caiiiion'd not to harbour, conceal or carrj vE. zhs sci 
Servant, as they would avoid the Penalty of the Law. Dated March 23, 1742. 3. " 

Note. — Many of the early members of the Flagg family in Wobum preferred to ^'~^ 
Flegg, which accounts for the peculiar spelling of the above advertisement. Gersh-cr ? ^^ 
was a son of the first Gershom Fla^g, of Wobum, who was killed in battle with :he I' ' .',- 
year 1600. The second Gershom Flagg inherited his father's estate. Both occj~iei - 
known m later times as the " Fox Place. " This was a mansion house which or.ce st ;oi 
immediately behind the present Unitarian Church. A history of the estate a--<tir 
pamphlet, "Old Houses and Homes. " Gershom Flagg, the second, in 1736. c.t&<Li:<u : 
the estate to a third Gershom Flagg, his son, who died in 1743. The second Gershocn. / 

'" '755- ^ . , . 

Of the runaway servant, and apparent thief, no further information appears. 
Dr. Green states that the few copies of The y'ews-Letter to be found at Worcester, ir: 
of the paper which are missing from the sets in Boston. — W. R. Cutter. 




THE 



PROPKIETOES' BOOK OF RECORD. 

1739—1765. 



[I*] Middlesex ss. To Mr. Jacob Wright of Woburn in 
[seal] said County, yeoman and one of the proprietors of the 
common and undivided lands in Woburn and Wilmington, — 

You are hereby required forthwith to notify all the proi)rietors 
of the common and undivided lands aforesaid for to meet at the 
house of Capt. Caleb Blodgett in Woburn on the fifteenth day of 
February next at nine of the clock in the forenoon of said day for 
to act in all the articles, matters and things as are hereafter set forth 
by posting up a copy or copies of this warrant in one or more 
public place or places within said towns fourteen days at least be- 
fore the day of said meeting as the law directs — 

First To choose a proprietors clerk and get him sworn as the 
law directs in order to record votes and orders of said proprietors. 

Secondly To choose a committee and get them sworn and im- 
power said committee for to run lines and to establish bounds with 
all persons joining upon the common and undivided lands in Wo- 
burn and Wilmington aforesaid. 

Thirdly To see if the proprietors will vote for to divide to each 
proprietor his equal part and proportion of the common lands 
aforesaid. 

Fourthly To see if the proprietors will choose a committee and 
impower them for to lay out to eacb and every proprietor their 
equal part of the common lands aforesaid according to their rights. 

Fifthly To see if the proprietors will vote that for the future 
that the proprietors clerk shall have power to make out warrants 
for calling proprietors meetings, when five or more of the propiietors 
desire it of him, the clerk posting up a copy of the warrant at one 
or more public place or places in said towns fourteen days before 



150 THE proprietors' BOOK OF RECORD. 

the clay of said meeting as the law directs and make return of this 
warrant and your doings therein at the time and place abovesaid to 
those proprietors aforesaid then met present. Given under ray hand 
and seal at Billeriea this twenty-fifth day of January Anno Domini 
1738/9 and in the twelfth year of his Majesty's reign. 

Benjamin Thompson, Justice of Peace. 

Middlesex ss. Woburn, February the fifteenth day 1738/9. 
In obedience to the within written warrant I have notified the pro- 
prietors within mentioned to meet at time and place within men- 
tioned by posting up copies of this within written warrant at 
Woburn and Wilmington fourteen days at least before the day of 

said meeting. 

Jacob Wright. 

[2*] At a meeting of the proprietors of the common and un- 
divided lands in the township of Woburn and the township of 
Wilmington held at Woburn on the fifteenth day of February 
1738/9 and chose Mr. Jacob Wright moderator for said meeting. 
Then proceeded and chose Joseph Baldwin proprietors clerk. 

A true copy attest : 

Jacob Wright Moderator. 

Middlesex ss. March 17, 1738. The above said Joseph Bald- 
win was sworn to the ofl5ce of proprietors clerk as abovesaid. 
Before me, 

Benjamin Thompson, Justice of Peace. 

[3*] Middlesex ss. To Mr. .Joseph Baldwin of Woburn in 
[seal] the County of Middlesex, proprietors clerk of the common 
and undivided lands in Wdburn and Wilmington. 

You are hereby required forthwith to notify all the proprietors 
of the common and undivided lands aforesaid for to meet at the 
house of Capt. Caleb Blodgett in Woburn on the seventeenth day 
of May next at nine of the clock in the forenoon of said day for 
to act in all the articles, matters and things as are hereafter set 
forth b}' posting up a copy or copies of this warrant in one or 
more public placp or places within said towns fourteen days at least 
before the daj- of said meeting as the law directs. 



THE PROPRIETOKS' BOOK OF RECORD. 151 

First To choose a moderator for said meeting. 

Secondly To choose a^?oramittee and impower s lid committee 
for to perambulate and renew lines and to establish bounds with 
all persons joining upon the common and undivided lands in Wo- 
burn and "Wilmington aforesaid. 

Thirdh/ To see if the proprietors will vote for to divide to 
each proprietor his equal part of the common lands aforesaid. 

Fourthly To see if the proprietors will choose a committee and 
impower them for to lay out to each and every proprietor their 
equal part of the common lands aforesaid according to their 
rights. 

Fifthly To see if the proprietors will vote that for the future 
the proprietor's clerk shall have full power to make out warrants 
for calling proprietors meetings when five or more of the pro- 
prietors desire it of him, the clerk posting up a copy of the warrant 
at one or more public place or places in said towns fourteen days 
before the day of said meeting as the law directs and have you 
there this warrant and 3-our doing therein at the time and place 
above said ready for those proprietors then met present for to act 
upon the articles abovesaid. 

Given under my hand and seal at Billerica this twenty-seventh 
day of April Anno Domini 1739 and in the twelfth year of his. 
Majesty's reign, 

Bexjamik Thompson, Justice of Peace. 

Middlesex ss. May the seventh day 1739. In obedience to the 
within written warrant I have notified the proprietors of the common 
lands in Woburn and Wilmington according to the directions within 
mentioned by posting up a copy of this warrant in each town. 

Joseph Baldwin, Proprietors Clerk. 

[4*] At a meeting of the proprietors of the common and un- 
divided lands in Woburn and Wilmington holden at "Woburn on 
the seventeenth day of May Anno Domini 173D. 

Then first proceeded and chose Capt. Caleb Bio Igett moderator 
for said meeting and then voted for to adjourn said meeting for 
one hour and at the adjournment the proprietors proceeded and 
acted on the second article in said warrant and voted for to 



152 THE PROPKIETORS' BOOK OF RECORD. 

choose ii committee of three men and voted and chose Mr. Edward 
"Winn and Mr. Jacob Wright and Joseph*Baldwin for a committee 
and voted said committee should have full power for to perambu- 
late lines and renew and establish bounds with all persons joinins: 
upon the common and undivided lands in Woburn and AVilmlngtou 
aforesaid. 

At the same meeting the proprietors proceeded and voted on the 
fifth article in said wan-ant, and voted that for the future the pro- 
prietors clerk shall have full power to make out warrants for call- 
ing proprietors meetings when five or more of the proprietors desire 
it of him, the clerk posting up a copy of the warrant at one or more 
public place or places in said towns fourteen days before the day of 
said meeting as the law directs. And then the proprietors voted 
for to adjourn this meeting over to the first Monday of September 
next at one of the clock in the afternoon at the house of Capt. 
Caleb Blodgett in Woburn in order for to hear the report of the 
aforesaid committee and to act on the remaining articles in said 
warrant. 

Pursuant to a vote of the proprietors passed on the seventeenth 
day of May 1739, we the subscribers report as followeth, that we 
have been and viewed Low's Meadow and the bounds of said 
meadow appear so fair and ancient that there is no need of being at 
the cost of an artist for to run the lines of it at present. Also 
Maple Meadow the hounds of it are fair and by information it is 
not long since the line was run round said meadow but the water 
being high we did not go upon the lines of said meadow and the 
bounds of the other common lands are not run as yet and Edward 
Winn the first committee-man broke his leg so we delayed proceed- 
ing in the affair for a while. 

Jacob Wright. 
Joseph Baldwin. 

[5*] At a meeting of the proprietors of the common and un- 
divided lands in the township of Woburn and Wilmington held at 
Woburn on the seventeenth da}- of May 1730 and continued by ad- 
jourmnent to the first ^londay of September following at one of 
the clock in the afternoon at the house of Capt. Caleb Blodgett in 
Woijurn. At the adjournment the proprietors then met, proceeded 



THE proprietors' BOOK OF RECORD. 153 

aud voted ou the third article in said warrant and voted in the 
atHrmative for to divide to each proprietor their equal part of the 
common lands in Woburn and Wilmington aforesaid. Then pro- 
ceeded and voted on the fourth article in said warrant and voted 
in the affirmative for to choose a committee of three persons and 
chose Mr. Jacob Wright and Mr. Thomas Carter and Joseph Bald- 
win should be a committee and voted said committee should have 
full power for to lay out to each proprietor their equal parts of the 
common lands aforesaid according to their rights.* 

[6*] Middlesex ss. To Mr. Thomas Lepingwell one of the 
proprietors of the common and undivided lands in Woburn and 
Wilmington, greeting : 

Whereas a sufficient number of the proprietors of the common 
lands have made application to me, the subscriber, Mr. Joseph 
Baldwin, proprietors clerk to grant out a warrant for calling a 
meeting of the proprietors of the common and undivided lands 
aforesaid. ' 

[seal] You are hereby required forthwith to notify the pro- 
prietors of the common and undivided lauds in Woburn and Wil- 
mington aforesaid to meet at the house of Capt. Caleb Blodgett in 
Woburn on the first. day of January next at ten of the clock in the 
forenoon of said day to act on the following articles by posting up 
a. copy or copies of this warrant at one or more public place or 
places in Woburn and Wilmington aforesaid fourteen days at least 
before the day of said meeting. 

First To hear the return of the committee, viz: Mr. Jacob 
Wright, Mr. Thomas Carter, Mr. Joseph Baldwin how far they 
have proceeded in the surveying and laying out of the common and 
undivided lands according to the proprietors vote and to know the 
proprietors minds whether the proprietors will sell any part of the 
common lands or meadows to defray the charges and choose a 
committee and impower them so to do or whether they will raise 
money for that purpose. 

Secondly To see whether the proprietors will choose a com- 
mittee to recover and receive such money as is due to the pro- 
prietors for their common and undivided meadows in Woburn and 

• For the report of this committee, see page [14»] in/ra. 



154 THE PROrRIETORS' EO'.Z OF RECORD. 

"Wilmington and to let the same ov' zh.e next year and also to 
prosecute any person or persons that -lail trespass upon any of the 
said proprietors lands or meadows t::ni court to court until final 
determination or to agree with the tre? :-i3ser or trespassers as they 
shall think proper and make return of v-is warrant and your doings 
herein to myself at the time and plac^ ivithin mentioned. 

Given under my hand and seal, d^^^td at Woburn this sixteenth 
day of December in the fourteenth jear of his Majesty's reign 
Anno Domini 1740. 

Joseph Baldwin, Proprietors Clerk. 

Middlesex ss. Wobdrx January the i day 1740. 

By virtue of this within written warrant I have notified the pro- 
prietors within mentioned to meet a: time and place within men- 
tioned by posting up copies of tLU warrant at Wobuin and 
Wilmington fourteen days before the day of said meeting 

Thomas Lepingwell. 

[7*] At a meeting of the proprietors of the Common and un- 
divided lands in the township of Wob::rn and Wilmington held at 
Woburn on the first day of January Anno Domini 1710 the pro- 
prietors voted and chose Capt. Caleb Blodgett moderator for said 
meeting. 

First it is voted to sell a piece of common land or meadow for to 
defray the proprietors charges. 

Secondly It is voted to sell Loase Meadow to defray the pro- 
prietors charges that is or shall hereafter arise in the surveying 
and in alotting out said proprietors land and if any overplus be 
then to return to the use of said proprietors. 

Thirdly It is voted that Mr. Jacob Wright, Mr. Thomas Carter, 
Mr. Joseph Baldwin be a committee with full power to sell Loase 
Meadow in the name and behalf of the proprietors to pay the said 
proprietors charges. 

Fourthly It is voted that Mr. Jacob Wright, Mr. Thomas Carter 
and Mr. Joseph Baldwin that they be a committee with full power 
to recover and receive all the money that is due to the proprietors 
for the use of the common and undivided meadows in Woburn and 
Wilmington and to let out or improve the same as they think 
proper for the interest of said proprietors the next year. 



THE TROPKIETORS' BOOK OF RECORD. 155 

Fijlhhj It is voted that Mr. Jacob Wright, !\Ir. Thcruas Carter 
and Mr. Joseph Baldwin be a committee with full power to prose- 
cute any person or persons that shall trespass upon any of the said 
proprietors lands and meadows in Woburu and Wilmington from 
court to court until linal determination or to agree with the tres- 
passer or trespassers as they shall thinlc proper. 

Sixthly It is voted to adjourn the meeting to the first day of 
April next at one of the clock in the afternoon of said day at the 
house of Capt. Caleb Blodgett in Woburn. 
1741 

April the 1 day At the adjournment it is voted Mr. Jacob 
Wright shall be the moderator of said meeting. Also it is voted 
to dissolve said meeting, Capt. Blodgett being absent. 

[8*] Middlesex ss. To Mr. Thomas Lepingwell one of the 
proprietors of the common and undivided lan^ls in Woburn and 
Wilmington, greeting: 

Whereas a sufiicieut number of the proprietors of the common 
and undivided lands in Woburn and Wilmington under their hands 
desires, me, the subscriber, Joseph Baldwin, proprietors clerk, to 
grant a warrant for calling a proprietors meeting of the common 
lands aforesaid as soon as may be. 

[seal] You are hereby required forthwith to warn and give 
notice to all the proprietors of the common lands aforesaid to 
meet at the house of Capt. Caleb Blodgett in Woburn, on Monday 
the fourth day of January next at eight of the clock in the fore- 
noon of said day to act on the following articles hereafter con- 
tained in said warrant, by posting up a copy or copies of this war- 
rant, at Woburn and Wilmington, fourteen days at least before 
the day of said meeting. 

First. To see whether the proprietors will accept the return of 
the proprietors committee in surveying and laying out to each pro- 
prietor his part of the common lands in Woburn and Wilmington 
so far as the\' have proci eded. 

Secondly To see whether the proprietors will vote to record 
every proprietor his lot as they stand planned by Caleb Brooks, 
surveyor and make return of j'our doings herein to myself at the 
time and place within mentioned. 



156 THE PROPRIETORS* BOOK OF RECORD. 

Given under m}' band and seal dated at Woburu this eighteenth 

day of December in the fifteenth year of his Majesty's reign Anno 

Domini 1741. 

Joseph Baldwin, Proprietors Clerk. 

Middlesex ss. January the fourth day 174'l [2] 
I the subscriber have warned and gi\'en notice to all the pro- 
prietors in "VVoburn and Wilmington to meet at time and place 
within mentioned by posting up a copy at Woburn and Wilming- 
ton of the within written warrant. 

Thomas Lepingviell. 

[9*] At a meeting of the proprietors of the common and un- 
divided lands in Woburn and Wilmington holden at Woburn on the 
fourth day of January Anno Domini 1741 [2] the proprietors pro- 
ceeded and chose Capt. Caleb Blodgett moderator for said meeting. 

At said meeting the proprietors proceeded and acted on the first 
article in said warfant and voted they accepted and allowed the re- 
.turn of the proprietors committee so far as they had proceeded in 
laying out lots for the proprietors. The proprietors then pro 
ceeded and voted on the second article in said warrant and voted 
that the proprietors clerk record in the proprietors book of record 
to. every proprietor his lot as they stand planned by Caleb Brooks 
sui-veyor. Here concludes the entries of Mr. Joseph Baldwin 
deceased. 

[10*] Middlesex ss. To Mr. Jacob Wright of Woburn one of 
the proprietors of the common and undivided lands in Woburn and 
Wilmington, greeting : — 

Whereas a sufficient number of the proprietors of the common 
and undivided lands have made application to me Joseph Baldwin, 
proprietors clerk for a warrant for calling a meeting of the pro- 
prietors of the common and undivided lands afores:iid. 

You are hereby required to notify tiie proprietors ot the common 
and undivided lands aforesaid to meet at the house of Capt. Caleb 
Blodgett in Woburn on the first day of March next at nine of the 
clock in the forenoon of said day to act on the following articles 
by posting up a copj' or copies of this warrant at one or more pub- 
lic place or places in said town fourteen days at least before the 
day of said meeting. 



THE proprietors' BOOK OF RECORD. 157 

1. To adjust ami accept the account of the proprietors commit- 
tee relating their charges and selling Lowes Meadow to pay the 
proprietors charges. 

2. To see whether the proprietors will vote to sell a little bit of 
undivided Inud lying near Jonathan "Wy man's land belonging to 
said proprietors and joining on Hillerica Road and one acre and 
half of land over Clear Meadow Brook for the proprietors use and 
impower a conimitiee to sell the same or to raise money some other 
way as the proprietors shall think proper. 

3. To see whether the proprietors will choose a committee of 
three or five persons and inipowor said committee to lay down 
swamp bottom to any proprietor if need be since the proprietors 
former committe<^. viz: Mr. .Joseph AVright, Mr. John Tidd, Mr. 
Samuel Blodgett late of Woburn are deceased and also to see how 
much swamp bottom the proprietors will grant to each proprietor to 
lay down where the top is his own and make return of this warrant 
and your doing therein to myself at the time and place within 
mentioned. Dated at Woburn this fifteenth day of February in 
the seventeenth year of his Majesty's reign, Anno Domini 174;3. 

Joseph Baldwin, Proprietors Cleik. 

Middlesex ss. Woburx, March the first day 1743/4. 

I the subscriber have warned and given notice to the proprietors 
of the common and undivided lands in Woburn and Wilmington to 
meet at the time and place within mentioned by posting up copies 
of this warrant at Woburn and Wilmington fourteen days before 
the day of said meeting. j^^^^ Wright. 

[11*] The proprietors being met conformable to the foregoing 
warrant, made choice of Capt. Caleb Blodgett for their moderator 
and proceeded as folio weth : — 

1. Voted and allowed the committee's account to be good. 

2. Voted to sell the two pieces of land contained in the warrant 
for the propi ietors use'. 

3'.?ly Voted to choose a committee to sell the pieces of land 
aforesaid. 

4^Iy Voted Mr. Jacob Wright, Mr. Thomas Carter and Joseph 
Baldwin shall be a committee with full power to sell the two pieces 



158 THE proprietors' book of record. 

of land contained in said warrant in the name and bebalf of said 
proprietors for said proprietors use to the higliest bidder. 

5'.My Voted on the said article to choose a committee of three 
persons to lay down swamp bottom for the proprietors where the 
top is their own. 

6'My Voted that Mr. James Pierce, Mr. Samuel Carter, Mr. 
Jacob "Wright be a committee with power to lay down swamp bot- 
tom for the proprietors where the top is their own and make return 
how much swamp bottom they lay to each proprietor under their 
hand to the proprietors clerk to record. 

7. Voted to every proprietor of number twenty one acre of 
swamp bottom and so in proportion for a greater or lesser 
number. 

[12*J The petition of ten of the proprietors of the Town of 
Woburn, dated the 17 of February 1744 to me the subscriber one 
of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Middle- 
sex : — 

Humbly showeth that, whereas Mr. Joseph Baldwin our late 
proprietors clerk is deceased and he being one of the committee of 
said proprietors of said Town of Woburn they desire me the sub- 
scriber to issue a warrant to assemble all ihe proprietors of said 
Town of "Woburn to choose a proprietors clerk and to have him 
sworn as the law directs and to choose a committee man to add to 
the standing committee and impower him with as much power as 
one of the standing committee of the proprietors have and to see 
if the proprietary will vote that for the future that the proprietors 
clerk shall have power to grant out warrants for the calling of pro- 
prietary meeting he following the direction of the law in that 
affair. 

Middlesex ss. To Mr. Jacob "Wright of Woburn in said county, 
yeoman and one of the proprietors of the common and undivided 
lands in Woburn and Wilmington belonging to the said proprietary 
and one of the petitioners for this warrant you are hereby required 
forthwith to notify all the proprietors of the common and un- 
divided land as aforesaid for to meet at the house of Capt. Caleb 
Blodgett of "Woburn aforesaid on the li day of March next at one 
of the clock in the afternoon of said day for to act in all the 
articles, matters and things as arc hereafter set forth in this war- 



THE proprietors' BOOK OF RECORD. 159 

rant by posting up a copy or copies of the same in one or more 
public or public places within said Towns of Wobuin and Wil- 
mington fourteen days at least before the time of the said meeting. 

lly To chose a proprietors clerk and have him sworn to the 
faithful discharge of his office as tlie law directs. 

'2ly To choose a committeeman to add to the standing: com- 
mittee of the proprietors and impower him with the same power 
that any one of the standing committee of the proprietary hath to 
act in all affairs concerning the proprietors of said town. 

Sly To see if the proprietary will vote for the future the pro- 
prietors clerk shall have power to grant out warrants for the .call- 
ing proprietors meetings he following the directions of the law in 
that affair. ' You are hereby required to make return of this your 
'warrant with your doing therein at the time and place above men- 
tioned to these proprietors aforesaid then met and present. Given 
under my hand and seal at Woburn above said this 26'.^ of Feb- 
ruary in the 18'.^ year of his Majesty's reign &c. Anno Domino 
1744, 

Jonathan Poole, Justice of Peace. 

[13*] WoBURX, March the 14, 1744. The proprietors being 
then legally convened and met the following votes were passed, 
viz: — Mr. .Jacob Wright was chosen moderator. 

'21]/ Caleb Blodgett was chosen proprietors clerk. 

Jacob Wright moderator. 

3dly Mr. James Pierce was chosen one of the committee of said 
proprietary and impowered with equal power with the other com- 
mittee men. 

4ly Voted that said clerk have power to grant warrants for 
calling of meetings for the future hQ observing the requisites of the 
law in that case made and provided. 

[14*] Pursuant to the power to us given b}' the proprietors of 
the common and undivided land in Woburn and Wilmington at 
their meeting held at Woburn on the seventeenth day of June 
[Maj-] 1739 and continued by adjournment to the first Monday of 
September following at said meeting made choice of us namely 
Jacob Wright, Thomas Carter and Joseph Baldwin to be a com- 



160 THE proprietors' BOOK OF RECORD. 

mittee with full power to laj- out each proprietor his equal part of 
the common laud aforesaid accordiug to his ri^ht. 

Agreeable to which vote we have with the assistance of Caleb 
Brooks surveyor set off to each proprietor his equal part of the 
said land according to his right as foUoweth : — Beginnins: -'^t the 
great lot in Wilmington at the north westwardly side next to 
Deacon James Thompson's land set off to proprietors 

Jacob Wright Committee 

Thomas Cautkr County 

Joseph Baldwin 



No of Lots. Men's Names. 


Number of Acres, 


No. 1. 


Isaac Richardson 


H 


2 


Tlieophilus Richardson 


H 


3 


Matthew Johnson 


. H 


4 


Allen Converse 


H 


5 


Henry Tottingham 


3 


6 


Bartholomew Peirson 


H 


7 


John Knight 


11 


8 


Richard Snow 


21 


9 


William Green 


H 


10 


Joseph Winn 


n 


11 


John Russell Senr. ] 
& John Russell Jr. J 


3 




12 


James Thompson 


If 


13 


Joanna Richardson 


H 


14 


John Richardson 


n 


' 15 


Joseph Richardson 


2 


10 


William Johnson 


H 


17 


Timothy Brooks 


2i 


18 


.Samuel Walker .h'. 


n 


19 


George Reed ' 


n 


20 


Capt. Edward Johnson 


3 


21 


Lt. John Carter 


4i 


22 


Josiah Converse 


H 


23 


James Converse 


4 


24 


Samuel Converse 


21 


25 


Mr. Graves 


If 



THE PROPRIETORS BOOK OF RECORD. 



161 



Secondly the lot at Wood Hill set off, beginning at the south- 
wardly end. 



No. 1 


Jonathan Thompson 


No. 2 


John Baker 


3 


Henry Summer 


4 


Samuel Blodgett 


5 


Michael Lepingwell 


6 


John Johnson 


7 


Henry Baldwin 


8 


Ralph Reed 


9 


John Seers 


10 


Joseph Wright 


11 


Thomas Carter 


12 


Richard Gardner 


13 


Matthew Smith 


14 


Edward Irons 




John Mousall & 




Hannah Mousall 


16 


Thomas Pierce 



acre 



53 poles 



15 

10 • 

22 

16 
38 
10 

Large 



[15*] Thirdly to a lot on the westwardly side of Clear Meadow 
Brook set off as followeth, beginning at the westwardly end next 
to Mr. Jacob Wyman's land. 



No 







Acres. 


Po 


. 1 


Samuel Carter 


1 




2 


John Wyman 


4 




3 


George Bruce 


If 




4 


William Simonds 


H 




5 


Michael Knight 


1 


3 


6 


John Wilson 


H 




7 


Moses Cleveland 


2 




H 


John Pierce 


H 


35 


9 


William Locke 


2 




10 


John Cutler 


f 




11 


Joseph Knight 


2 


10 


12 


Robert Pierce 


2 


32 


13 


George Polly 


2 


13 


14 


John Burbeea 


1 


7 



162 THE proprietors' book of record. 



No. 







Acres. 


Poles, 


15 


Henry Brooks 


2i 


28 


16 


Isaac Brooks 


f 


30 


17 


John Farrar 


u 




18 


Thomas Whittemore 


^ 


34 


19 


Michael Bacon Sen'r. 


3 




20 


Francis Kendall -- 


3^ 




21 


Proprietors Lot 


U 


Shoi 


22 


Samuel Walker Senr. 


n 





Fourthly to a piece of meadow on the eastwardly side of Maple 
Meadow River set off as followeth, beginning at a large pine tree 
on the south end 



No. 







Acres. 


Pole 


1 


John Cragin 


i 


20 


2 


John Brooks 


3 


31 


3 


Francis Wyman 


1 


2 


4 


John Tidd 


i 


4 


5 


Abram Jaques 


J 


24 


6 


James Fowle 


I 


7 


7 


Isaac Cole 


i 




8 


John Snow 


h 


22 


9 


WUliam Clark 


h 


2 


10 


Richard Post 


i 


24 


11 


Michael Bacon Jr. 


f 


8 


12 


Joseph Carter 


" \ 


20 



V^. Fifthly and lastly by the piece of "meadow on the west side 
of Maple Meadow River set off beginning at the south part next 
to Mr. Fames Meadow. 

No. 1 Robert Fames 48 poles 

No. 2 John Wright ' . . 84 poles 

3 Increase Winn & 82 poles 

Edward Winn v 

All the aforesaid lots are plainly described in the plans of the 
aforesaid pieces of land. 



THE proprietors' BOOK OF RECORD. 163 

[16*] WoECSs, April the 15, 1745. 

We being a c>:jinmittee appointed by the proprietors for the 
common and oniivided lands in Woburn and Wilmington to settle 
and establish b..-::iids with all persons that have lands joining on 
the proprietors !iiids pursuant to the vote we gave notice to Mr. 
Gershom Flagg a^Dd Mr. Gershom Flagg Jr. upon theabovesaid day 
to perambulate and settle the line on the southerly side of their now 
dwelling house. Accordingly they the said Gershom Flagg and 
Gershom Flagg .Jr. attended upon it and we as a committee to- 
gether with the said Flaggs do settle and established the line as 
followeth, beginning at southeasterly corner of, on the brow of the 
hill and so runnirg as the wall and board fence now standing to the 
southwest corner of the board fence and from thence to the south- 
west corner of Mr. Flaggs wall that strikes Mr. Thomas Carters 
wall this we make as our final settlement and mutual aoreement as 
witness our hands the day and year above written. 

Jacob WrigiIt 
James Pierce. 
Gershom Flagg Jr. 
Thomas Carter. 
Gershom PYagg. 

. [17»] Middlesex ss. To Mr. Thomas Carter Jr. of Woburn 
in the said county, yeoman one of the proprietors of the undivided 
lands belonging to or in the Towns of Woburn and Wilming- 
ton &c. 

Pursuant to the within written application of six of the pro- 
prietors of the undivided lands in Woburn and Wilmington qualified 

[seal] by law to vote in proprietors meeting that I would issue 
a warrant for calling a meeting of said proprietors for reasons 
therein mentioned. 

You are in his majesty's name hereby required to notify the pro- 
prietors of the undivided lands that lie in Woburn and Wilminston 
qualified by law to vote that they assemble at the now dweUing 
house of Elizabeth Blodgeit innholder in Woburn, widow, in the 
said county on Monday the 25'.^ day of November current at one of 
the clock in the afternoon for the purposes followiu<y : 



164 THE proprietors' book of record. 

1*.! To choose a proprietors clerk find have hiiu sworn and tru- 
power him upon the application of seven of the proprietors to him 
made to issue out warrants to assemble the proprietors for the 
future. 

2°? To see whether the proprietors will grant or sell a small 
piece or parcel of land to Mr. Benjamin Blodgett to erect a smiths' 
shop upon in some convenient place between the house of Jonatiian 
Poole Esq. and the meeting house in the First Parish in said town 
or some other place and impower a committee to stake out said 
land and give a title of the same in behalf of the proprietors and 
all other affairs that may be for the interest of the proprietors 
which they shall think proper to act upon when met. 

Hereof fail not at your peril and have you this warrant witli your 
doings therein at the time and place appointed for said meeting. 

Given under my hand and seiil at Wobuin this fifth day of No- 
vember Anno Domini 1745 in the nineteenth year of his Majesty's 
reign. 

Jonathan Poole Justice of Peace. 

Middlesex ss. Woburn, November the 25*.^ 1745. 

By virtue of this warrant I have warned the proprietors belong- 
ing to the Town of Woburn by posting up copies of the same as 
the law directs to attend the meeting at time and place within 

mentioned. 

Thomas Carter Jr. one of the 

Proprietors of AVoburn. 

[18*] WoBUKN, November the 25, 1745. 

At the now dwelling house of the Widow Elizabeth Blodgett, 
innholder in Woburn, the proprietors met and chose Mr. Jacab 
Wright moderator of said meeting. 

2°.'^ly John Russell was chosen proprieters clerk and then voted 
that the meeting should be adjourned for half an hour in order to 
swear the clerk and all other things that have not been acted on 
in the warrant are adjourned till that time. 

S'^ly Upon adjournment voted to see whether the proprietors 
would grant or sell a small piece or parcel of land t > Mr. Benjamin 
Blodgi'tt to erect a smith's shop upon in some convenient place be- 



THE PROPRIETORS' BOOK OF RECORD. 165 

tween the house of Jonathan Poole Esq. and the meeting house in 
the First Parish in said town and it passed in the negative. 

The above mentioned votes were passed at the abovesaid meet- 
ing. Attest : 

Jacob Wright, moderator. 

[Pages 19 * and 20 * are blank.] 

[21*] AIiDDLESEX ss. To Mr. Jacob Wright one of the pro- 
prietors of the common and undivided lands lying in Woburn and 
Wilmington, greeting : Whereas there is a petition of sundry of 
the proprietors directed to me to call a proprietors meeting. These 
are therefore to will and require you forthwith to warn and o-ive 
notice to all the proprietors of the common and undivided lands in 
said towns to meet and convene at the house of Simon Wade in 
Woburn, innholder on Monday the twenty-third day of May next 
at four of the clock in the afternoon in order to choose a pro- 
prietors clerk and any thing else they shall think proper to be done 
vrhen met. Thereof fail not and make return of this your war- 
rant with your doings therein a day at least before the time of said 
meeting unto myself or to the proprietors committee. 

JoHX Russell. Proprietor's Clerk. 
Dated at Woburn, April the 7'.?, 1748. 

Middlesex ss. May the 23'.'?. By virtue of this warrant I 
have wartiefl the proprietors of Woburn and Wilmington by post- 
age as the law directs. 

Jacob Wright. 

[22*] At a proprietors meeting being legally assembled at the 
house of Mr. Simon Wade in Woburn on Monday the 23^? day of 
3Iay 1748 they did pass the following votes : — 

1** Mr. James Pierce was chosen modi rator of said meeting. 

2"-*ly Mr. Benjamin Brooks was chosen clerk. 

Sr^ly Jonathan Poole Esq., Mr. Benjamin Richardson and Mr, 
Benjamin Wyman was chosen a committee to adjust the standing 
committee's accounts. 

4'.My. Voted by said proprietors that the clerk then chosen 



166 THE proprietors' book of record. 

should have power to call a meeting on the request of five or more 
of said propi ietors, 

5^1y. Voted that the standing committee should deliver the 
former records into the hands of the clerk then chosen. 

Benjamin Brooks Proprietors Clerk. 

The above mentioned votes were passed at said meeting. 

Attest : James Pierce, Moderator. 

[23*] Middlesex ss. To Mr. Benjamin Richardson of "^o- 
burn one of the proprietors of the common and undivided lands in 
Woburn and Wilmington, greeting : — 

Whereas a suthcient number of the proprietors of the common 
and undivided lands have made application to me Benjamin Brooks, 
proprietors clerk for a warrant for calling a meeting of the pro- 
prietors of the common and undivided lands aforesaid. 

You are hereby required to notify the proprietors of the com- 
mon and undivided lands aforesaid to meet at the house of Mr. 
Noah Richardson innholder in Woburn on Thursday the 24'^ day 
of January instant at one of the clock in the afternoon of said 
day to act on the following articles by posting up a copy or copies 
of this warrant at one or more public place or places in said towns 
fourteen days at least before the day of said meeting. 

1'.! To choose a moderator for said meeting. 

2°^lv To see whether the proprietors will make choice of some 
suitable man to be a committee man instead of Mr. James Pierce 
and impower him with the same power that the other committee- 
men hath. 

3'?ly To see what the proprietors will do with those persons 
who have intruded themselves into the possession of the proprie- 
tors lands and to see whether the proprietors will eject those per- 
sons that are in possession of those lands out of possession of the 
same and to see what way the proprietors will take to eject them 
out of the possession of the same. 

4^1}' To see if the proprietors will agree when met to lot out 
and divide their lands lying in Woburn and Wilmington or any 
part of the same. 

5^1y. To see if the proprietors will make any grant of lands to 



THE proprietors' BOOK OF RECORD. 167 

any person or persons that they shall sec fit for the use of build- 
ing of stables near the new meeting house in "Woburn. 

6^1y To see whether the proprietors will agree when met to sell 
any part of said lands to defra}' the charges. 

And make return of this warrant with the doings therein to my- 
self at the time and place therein mentioned. 

Dated at "Woburn this 7'- day of January' and in the 27^ year 
of his Majesty's reign, Anno Domini 175-i. 

Benjamin Brooks, Pr. Clerk. 

Middlesex ss. January the 25*^ 1754. By virtue of this war- 
rant I have warned the proprietors of "Wilmington and Woburn by 
postage as the law du-ects. 

Benjamin Richardson 

One of the proprietors. 

[24*] January the 24^, 1754. 

At a meeting at the house of Mr. Noah Richardson iunholder 
in Woburn, lawfully assembled they passed the following votes, 
namely : — 

1" Chosen Mr. Jacob Wright moderator for said meeting. 

2. Mr. Benjamin Richardson was chosen a committeeman in- 
stead of Mr. James Pierce and impowered with the same power 
that one of the other committee men hath. Then voted to adjourn 
the meeting until the 21?.' of Februar}- next at one of the clock in 
the afternoon then met and voted 

S'JJly Voted by the proprietors that would eject those persons 
that are in the possession of those lands out of the possession of 
the same. 

4'J^ly "Voted by the proprietors that the standing committee 
shall have full power to sue those persons that are in the possession 
of the undivided lands that lie in Woburn and Wilmington out of 
the possession of the same and to prosecute the same from court 
to court until final judgment or to agree with those persons or any 
of them according to the discretion of the coramittf e and that 
shall be a final determination. 

Voted to adjourn the meeting and all the articles not acted on 
until the last Thursday of March next at two of the clock in the 
afternoon of said day at the house of Mr. Noah Richardson inn- 



168 THE proprietors' book of record. 

holder in Woburn which is the 26'?? day. Then met and voted to 
lot out and divide their undivided lands lying in Woburn and Wil- 
mington. 

o'l^ly. Voted the standing committee shall have liberty to lot 
out and divide to any of the proprietors a convenient place for a 
horse stable near the new meeting house in Woburn. 

6'!}ly. Voted the standing committee shall have power to sell 
land enough to defray the charges. 

The above mentioned votes were passed at said meeting. 

Attest ; Jacob Wright, moderator. 



[25*3 Middlesex and to Mr. Nathaniel Brooks of Woburn 
one of the proprietors of the common and undivided lands in 
Woburn and Wilmington greeting : — 

Whereas a sufficient number of the proprietors of the common 
and undivided lands have made application to toe Benjamin Brooks 
proprietors clerk for a warrant for calling a meeting of the pro- 
prietors of the common and undivided lands aforesaid. 

You rire hereby required to notify the proprietors of the common 
and undivided lands aforesaid to meet at thi; house of the widow 
Phebe Richardson innholder in Wotmrn Tuesday the thirty-first 
day of March instant at one of the clock in the afternoon of said 
day to act on the following articles by posting a copy or copies of 
this warrant at one or more public place or places in said towns 
fourteen days at least before the day of said meeting. 

1. To choose a moderator for said meeting. 

'2. To see if they will choose a committee man in the room of 
Mr. Jacob Wright late of Woburn deceased and invest him with 
the same power as said Wright had. 

3. To see if they will choose a proprietor's treasurer and have 
him sworn. 

4. To see if they will impower the committee to lay out their 
equal part of tfie undivided lands adjoining to their other lands 
according to their discretion where it may be done with conven- 
iency or any thing that the proprietors shall thiuk fit when met and 
make return of this warrant and your doings therein to myself at 
the time and place within mentioned. 



THE PKOPRIETOItS BOOK OF RECORD. 169 

Dated at AVolnirn this thirteenth day of ^larch and in the first 
year of his Majesty's reigu Anno Domini 1761. 

Benjamin- Brooks 

Proprietor's Clerk. 
Middlesex. ]March thirty-first 1701 

By virtue of the within written warrant I have warned the pro- 
prietors of Woburn and Wilmington by posting up copies as the 
law directs to meet at time and place within mentioned 

Nathaniel Bkooks 
One of the proprietors. 

, [26 *] At a meeting at the house of the widow Phcbe Richard- 
son innholder in Woburn lawfully assembled March the 31, 1761, 
then passed the following votes uamelv : — 

1. Chose Mr. Thomas Carter moderator for said meeting, 

2. Chose Mr. Nathaniel Brooks for a committeeman in the 
room of Mr. Jacob Wright late of Woburn deceased and that said 
Brooks should have the same power that said Wright had. 

3. Chose ]Mr. Ebeuezer Converse treasurer for said proprietors. 

4. Voted to adjourn the meeting to the first 3Ionday in Novem- 
ber next at one of the clock in the afternoon of said day at the 
house of Mrs. Phebe Richardson of Woburn, innholder. 

November the 2, 1761 at the adjournment met and voted to 
adjourn the meeting to the tenth day of November instant at one 
of the clock in the afternoon of said day at the house of Mrs. 
Phebe Richardson innholder in Woburn. 

Then met and voted that the standing committee should bring 
in their accounts for what they have done for the time past at said 
meeting at the adjournment of the said meeting on Tuesday the 
"toath day of November 1761. 

Then met and passed the following votes namelv voted that Mr. 
Nathaniel Brooks should go to Cambridge lo get a copy of Wyer's 
deed to Eames. 

3. Voted tbat the meeting be adjourned to Friday the 13 
instant at the house of Mrs. Phebe Richardson. At the adjourn- 
ment met and chose Capt. Benjamin Edwards and Jacob Wright, 



170 THE PROrRIETOKS' BOOK OF RECORD. 

Francis Kendall, Zerubbabel Snow, Benjamin Brooks for a com- 
mittee to adjust the standing committees' accounts for the time 
back and bring in their report at the next meeting. 

2. Voted that they would not act on the article of laying out 
lands adjoining to their other lands at this meeiing. 

3. Voted to adjourn the meeting to the twenty-first day of 
December next at one of the clock in the afternoon of said day at 
the house of the widow Phebe Richardson innholder in Woburn. 

At the adjournment December 21, 1761 then met, voted that 
they would pa}- the charge of this meeting out of the treasury what 
had been passed. 

WoBCRX April the 12. 1762. Then by adjournment met and 
passed the following votes namely that thev do acc-pt their sale 
of the piece of land the proprietors' committee sold to Mr. Joseph 
Johnson the third to set his smith's shop on. The meeting is 
dissolved. 

The above mentioned votes were passed at said meeting. 

Thomas Carter. 

Moderator. 
[Pages 27*, 28*, and 29* are blank.] 

[30*] Middlesex and to Mr. Jacob Wright of Woburn one of 
the proprietors of the common and undivided lands in Woburn and 
Wilmington greeting : — 

Whereas a sufficient number of the proprietors of the common 
and undivided lands have made application to me Mr. Benjamin 
Brooks, proprietors clerk for a warrant for calling a meeting of the 
proprietors of the common and undivided lands aforesaid. You 
are hereby required to notify the proprietors of the common and 
undivided lands aforesaid to meet at the house of the widow Phebe 
Richardson innholder in Woburn on Thursday the twenty-sixth day 
of May instant at one of the clock in the afternoon of said day to 
act on the following articles by posting a copy or copies of this 
warrant at one or more public place or places in said towns four- 
teen days at least before the day of suid meeting. 

1. To choose a moderator for said meeting. 

2. To see if they will choose a new committee in the room of 



THE PROPRIETORS BOOK OF RECORD. 171 

the old one and give them the same power that the old commit- 
teemen had. 

3. To see if they will accept of the report of the committee that 
was chosen to invest the standing committees account. 

4. To see if they will sell all the lands that belong to the pro- 
prietors in Woburu and AVilmington or any part or lay it out to 
every proprietor his equal part. 

5. To see if they will grant a convenient place for a burying 
yard and a place for a pound if any there be on said lands. 

6. To see what measures they will take with Capt. Fox and 
others who hath intruded on the proprietors lands and make re- 
turn of this warrant and your doings therein to myself at the time 
and place within mentioned. 

Dated atWoburn this tenth day of May and in the third year of 
his Majesty's reign Annoque Domini 1763. 

Benjamin Brooks, Proprietor's Clerk. 

[31*] Middlesex. Woburx, May the 26, 1763. 

By virtue of the within written warrant I have warned the pro- 
prietors of Woburn and Wilmington by posting up copies as the 
law directs. 

Jacob Wright, One of the Proprietors. 

[32*] At a legal meeting at the widow Phebe Richardsons 
innhelder in Woburn, lawfully assembled May the 26, 1763 then 
met and passed the following votes namely chose 

1 Mr. Jacob "Wright moderator for said meeting. 

2 Then proceeded and voted that they would choose a new 
committee in the room of the old one namely Mr. Thomas Carter, 
Mr. Benjamin Richardson, Mr. Nathaniel Brooks and they chose 
Capt. Benjamin Edwards, Mr. Benjamin Brooks and Jacob AVright 
for a standing committee and gave them the same power that the 
former committee men had. 

3 Voted the committee should bring in a report how they have 
adjusted the accounts at the next meeting. 

4 Voted to lay out to each proprietor his equal part of land. 

• 5. Voted to lay out a place for a burying yard if any they can 
find convenient for that use. 

6 Voted to lay out a place for a pound. 



172 THE PROrRIETOKS' BOOK OF RECORD. 

Voted to dismiss the sixth arlicle. 

Voted to adjourn the meeting to the last Thursday in June next 
at this place. 

At a legal meeting at the house of the widow Phebe Richardson 
innholder in "Woburn lawfully assembled Ma}- the 26, 1763. 
Then met and passed the following votes 

1 Chose Mr. Jacob "Wright moderator for said meeting. 

2 Voted to choose a new committee and dismiss the old one. 
3. Chose Capt. Benjamin Edwards for the first committeeman. 
Chose Benjamin Brooks for the second committeeman. 

4 Chose Mr. Jacob Wright for the third committeeman. 

5 Voted that the committee chosen shall have the same power 
that the former committeemen had. 

6 Voted they would not sell their lands. 

7 Voted too that the committee should bring in a report at the 
next meeting. 

Voted to lay out to each proprietor his equal part. 

Voted to lay out a place for a burying yard and a pound if any 
they can find. 

Voted to dismiss the 6 article. 

Voted to adjourn the meeting to the last Thursday in June next 
at this place at one of the clock in the afternoon of said day. 

"WoBURN June the 30/1763. 

Met at the proprietors meeting at the 26 day of May adjourned 
to the 30 da\- of June next, the proprietors clerk being absent the 
proprietors proceed and chose Francis Kendall clerk for said day. 

At the adjournment of meeting to the 30 day of June then voted 
and reconsidered the vote of causing the new committee that was 
chosen at said meeting Capt. Benjamin Edwards, Benjamin 
Brooks. Jacob Wright. 

Voted at this meeting and dissolved the meeting. 

[33*] Middlesex and to Mr. Jacob Wright of Woburn one of 
the proprietors of the common and undivided lands in Woburn and 
Wilmington, greeting: 

Whereas a sutHcient number of the proprietors of the common 
and undivided lands have made application to mc Benjamin Brooks 



THE proprietors' BOOK OF RECORD. 173 

proprietors clerk for a warrant for calling a meeting of the pro- 
prietors of the common am.! undiviiled lauds aforesaid 

You are hereby required to notify the proprietors of the common 
and undivided lands aforesaid to meet at the house of the widow 
Phebe Richardson innholder in Woburn on ^Monday the tenth dav 
of June next at one of the clock in the afternoon of said dav to act 
on the following articles by posting a copy or copies of this war- 
rant at one or more public place or places in said towns fourteen 
days at least before the day of said meeting. 

1. First to choose a moderator for said meeting. 

2. To see if they will choose a new committee in the room of 
the old one aud give them the same power that the old committee- 
mon had. 

3. To see if they will grant to the Reverend Mr. Josiah 
Sherman a convenient place for a stable lot near the meeting 
house. 

4. To see if they will grant Deacon Samuel Eames and others 
that desire it a convenient place for a stable lot or any other busi- 
ness that shall be thought proper when met together and make re- 
turn of this warrant and your doings therein to myself at the time 
and plact' within mentioned. 

Datetl at WoBCRX this twenty-fourth day of May and in the 
fifth 3-ear of his Majesty's reign, AnncKiue Domini 1765. 

Bexjamix Bbooks, Proprietor's Clerk. 

[34*J MiDDLKSEx, Wop.cRx, Juuc the 10, 176-5. 

By virtue of the within written warrant I have warned the pro- 
prietors of Woburn and Wilmington by posting up copies as the 
law directs. 

Jacoi! Wkight, One of the Proprietors. 

[35*] At a legal meeting at the house of the widow Phebe 
Richardson in Wol)urn innholder. 

June the 10, 1765. 

Voted I. Mr. Jacob Wright was chosen moderator for said 
meeting. 

2. Voted to choose a committee to lay out a stable lot to the 
Reverend Mr. Sherman and others of the proprietors that shall 
desire it. 



174 THE proprietors' BOOK OF RECORD. 

3 CUo?e Deacon Samuel Eames for committeeman. 

4 Chose Mr. Isaac Snou- and Mr. Jacob Wright committee- 
men for that design. 

Voted that this committee lay out these stable lots to no others 
but such as are proprietors in the First Parish of Woburn. 

Voted that Mr. Zerubbabel Snow shall have a stable lot provided 
he shall build in two years from this time. 

Voted that this committee shall lay out the lots in one fortnight 
from this time and make return to the clerk to be recorded. 

Voted that they would not act on any other articles in the war- 
rant and voted that they would dissolve this meeting. 

Attest : Jacob Wright, Moderator. 

[What follows is copied from some scattered sheets found at the 
end of the book.] • 

Middlesex and to Mr. James Baldwin of Woburn one of the 
proprietors of the common and undivided lands in Woburn and 
Wilmington, greeting : — 

Whereas a sufficient number of the proprietors of the common 
and undivided lands have made application to me John Russell Jr. 
proprietor's clerk for a warrant for calling a meeting of the pro- 
prietors of the common and undivided lands aforesaid. 

You are hereby requited to notify the proprietors of the common 
and undivided lands aforesaid to meet at the house of the widow- 
Elizabeth Blodgett innholder in Woburn on Monday the 3!? day of 
February next at one of the clock in the afternoon of said day to 
act on the following articles, by posting up a copy or copies of 
this warrant atone or more public place or places in said towns 
fourteen days at least before the day of said meeting. 

11' To see what method the proprietors will take to remove a 
building lately erected on their land hard by the pound in said 
town. 

2°"?.'^ To see if they will choose a committee to proceed to law 
to remove said building. 

3^?ly To see if they will choose a proprietors treasurer and also 
transact any other business necessary for the said proprietors. 

4^1y To see if the proprietors will grant to Mr. Benjamin Wy- 
man a plot of ground about twelve feet square for a convenient 



THE proprietors' BOOK OF RECORD. 175 

horse stable near the meeting house in Wobiirn and make retuin of 
• this warrant and your doings therein to ni\-self at the time and place 
within mentioned. Dated at VVohurn this fourteenth day of Janu- 
ary and in the ninetecnih year of his Majesty's reign Anno que 
Domini 1745. 

John Russell Jr., Proprietor's Clerk. 

At said meeting Mr. James Pierce was chosen moderator, 
and it was voted to see whether they would act upon said warrant 
and it passed in the negative. 

Middlesex ss. Wobcrk February the S'* 1745. 
By virtue of this warrant I have warned tbe proprietors belong- 
ing to Woburn and "Wilmington by posting up copies of the same 
as the law directs to attend the meeting at time and place within 
mentioned. 

James Baldwin, 

One of the proprietors of Woburn. 

Mr. Thomas Carter account to the proprietors for his services 
done for the proprietors. 

For going to Wilmington 

For going to Reading to search the town books 

For searching Woburn town books and the pro- 
prietors books 

Also for pulling down the judges fence 

For selling the judge land as they say 

For going to those that had intruded upon the 

proprietors land 1 — 10 

Also for time and service concerning in selling 

and measuring Joseph Johnson's land U — 5 

Mr. Jacob Wright for going to Wilmington 
For going to Reading 

For going to Woburn town books and the pro- 
prietors two days 
For pulling down the judge's fence 
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176 THE proprietors' book of record. 

Mr. Nathaniel Brooks account 

For going to Wilmington two davs 1 — 10 

For sell the land to Johnson 

For going to Caiuliridge 1 13 10 

To Benjamin Richardson for services done for the 
proprietors in old tenor. 

For going to Wilmington 

For going to — — clerk. 

For going to Reading 

For search the books 

For pulling down the judge's fence 

For selling the judge a piece of land as they say 

For going to Wilmington 

For selling land to Joseph Johnson 

For groing to Wihninrrton 

For going to Wilmington and hiring men to 

show the lines 

For going to Capt. Brooks and into town 

WoBURN, June the 24, 17G2, 

We the subscribers being a committee chosen for the proprietors 
to adjust the accounts of the standing committee and we have 
adjusted them to tlie best of our judgment 

Mr. Jacob Wright 2 — 15 

Mr. Thomas Carter 3 — 4 

Mr. Benjamin Richardson 7 — — 

Mr. Nathan Brooks 3 — 2 — 

And also we find that they have received more than they have 
given on account of, from Joseph Johnson. 

Zekl'bbabel Snow 

Jacob Wrigut 

Francis Kkxdall 

Benjamin Brooks. 
WoBURN, April the l.>, 1745. 

We being a committee appointed by the proprietors for the com- 
mon and undivided lands in Woburn and Wilmington to settle and 
establish bounds with all persons that have lands joining on the 



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THE PROPRIKTORS' BOOK OF RECORD. 177 

proprietors lauds pursuaut to the vole. We gave notice to Mr. 
Gershom Flagg and Mr. Gersbom Flagg Jr. upon the above said 
day to perambulate and settle the line on the southerly side of their 
now dwelling house ; accordingly they the said Gershom Klagg and 
Gershom Flagg .Jr. attended upon it and we as a committee to- 
gether with the said Flagg do settle and establish the line fol- 
loweth. Beginning at the southeasterly corner of the brow of the 
hill and so running as the wall and board fence now standing to 
the southwest corner of the board fence and from thence to the 
southwest corner of Mr. Flagg ^wall that strikes Mr. Thomas Car- 
ter's wall. This we make as our tinal settlement and mutual agree- 
ment. 

As witness our hand, the day and year above written 

Jacob Wright 
J.oiES Pierce 
Gershom Flagg Ju. 
Thomas Carter 
Gershom Flagg 

Tne above was copied from the 16 page of an old proprietors 
book covered with a blue tlowered paper with Joseph Baldwin 
proprietors clerk, his name this written on the first page and dated 
Jan". 25. 1738/9. 

Said book contains less than a quire paper. 

] Committee to as- 
LoAMm Baldwin | certain what lands 

y common it watering 
Benjamin Wymax | pi^^-cs belong to the 
J town. 

[On the margin of the above are the following lines :] Vote of 
the proprietors of common and undivided land in Woburn respect- 
ing Gershom Flagg's line now the William Fox place. 

October the 20 1761. Old tenor this account. 

The proprietors debtor for ray going to Wil- 
mington and doing business — 15 — 

Expense — 6 — 



178 THE proprietors' book of record. 

October the 29 1761. 

The proprietors debtor for my going to Wil- 
mington and for doing business for the pro- 
prietors 1 — 10 — 

Also for hiring men to show us the line and ex- 
pense 2 — 07 — 

Also for going to Capt. Caleb Brooks and into 

town — 15 — 

Also for Nathaniel Brooks for going to Wil- 
mington and expense 1 — 8 — 

Benjamin Richardson 
Nathaniel Brooks, 

[The following lines appear on a small scrap of paper which is 
written on both sides and is in different handwritings :] 

Voted that this committee lay out these stable lots to no other 
but such as are of the First Parish of Woburn, that are proprietors 
except Mr. Zerubbabel Snow excepted. 

Voted that this committee make return of what the}- have done 
within one month to be recorded. 

Dr. Samuel Ames. 
« 

Voted that this committee shall lay out in one from this time 
and make return to the clerk. 

Voted the committee lay out lay these stable lots to no other 
persons but such as are proprietors in the First Parish of TVoburn. 

Charlestown, March 3":? 1741/. 2 
Rec'd of Messrs. Jacob "Wright, Thomas Carter and Joseph 
Baldwin, proprietors committee of the common and undivided 
lands in Woburn and Wilmington for surveying &c. the sum of 
ten pounds, eighteen shillings and sixpence, £10 — 18 — 6 

Caleb Brooks, Surveyor. 

Charlestown, March 3'?, 1741/2. 

Rec'd of Messrs. Jacob Wright, Thomas Carter and Joseph 
Bald^^in, proprietors committee of the common and undivided 
lands in Woburn and Wilmington the sura of thirty- two shillings 
for service done. 

£1 — 12 — Thomas Lepingwell. 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



Ames, 

Samuel, Dr., 178. 

Bacon, 

Michael, Jr., 162. 

Michael, Senr., 162. 
Baker, 

John, 161. 
Baldwin, 

Henry, 161. 

James, 174, 175. 

Joseph, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 15s, 
156, 157, 15S, 159, 160, 177, 178. 

Loammi, 177. 
Billerica, 150, 151. 
Billerica Road, 157. 
Blodgett, 

Benjamin, 164. 

Caleb, 159. 

Caleb, Capt., 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 

154. 155. 156, 157. 158- 

Elizabeth, 163, 164, 174. 

Samuel, 157, 161. 
Brooks, 

Benjamin, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 
171, 172, 173, 176. 

Caleb, 155, 156, 160, 178. 

Caleb, Capt., 178. 

Capt., 176. 

Henry, 162. 

Isaac, 162. 

John, 162. 

Nathan, 176. 

Nathaniel, 168, 169, 171, 176, 178. 

Timothy, 160. 
Bruce, 

George, 161. 
Burbeen, 

John, 161. 

Cambridge, 176. 
Carter, 

John, Lt., 160. 

Joseph, 162. 

Samuel, 158, 161. 

Thomas, 153, 154, 155, 157, 159, 160, 
161, 163, 169, 170, 171, 175, 176, 
177,178. 

Thomas, Jr., 163, 164. 
Charlcstown, 178. 
Clark, 

William, 162. 



Clear Meadow Brook, 157, 161. 
Cleveland, 

Moses, 161. 
Cole, 

Isaac, 162. 
Converse, 

Allen, 160. 

Ebenezer, 169. 

James, 160. 

Josiah, 160. 

Samuel, 160. 
Cragin, 

John, 162. 
Cutler, 

John, 161. 

Eames, 169. 

Eames Meado%V, 162. 

Eames, 

Robert, 162. 

Samuel, Deacon, 173, 174. 
Edwards, 

Benjamin, Capt , 169, 171, 172. 

Farrar, 

John, 162. 
Flagg, 

Gershom, 163, 177. 

Gershom, Jr., 163, 177. 
Fowle, 

James, 162. 
Fox, 

Capt., iji. 

William, 177. 

Gardner, 

Richard, 161. 
Graves, 

Mr., 1 60. 
Green, 

William, 160. 

Irons, 

Edward, 161. 

Jaques, 

Abram, 162. 
Johnson, 

Edward, Capt., 160. 

John, 161. 

Joseph, 175, 176. 

Joseph, 3d, 170. 

Matthew, 160. 

William, 160. 



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INDEX TO NAMES. 



Kendall, 

Francis, 162, 170, 172, 176. 
Knight, 

John, 160. 

Joseph, 161. 

Michael, 161. 

Lepingwell, 

Michael, 161. 

Thomas, 153, 154, 155, 156, 178. 
Locke, 

- William, 161. 
Loase, 1 

Lowes, > Meadow, 152, 154, 157. 
Low's, J 

Maple Meadow, 152. 
Maple Meadow River, 162. 
Mousall, 

Hannah, 161. 
, John, 161. 

Peirson, 

Bartholomew, 160. 
Pierce, 

James, 158, 159, 163, i6j, 166, 167, 

175. 177- 

John, 161. 

Robert, 161. 

Thomas, 161. 
Polly, 

George, 161. 
Poole, 

Jonathan, 159, 164, 165. 
Post, 

Richard, 162. 

Reading, 175, 176. 
Reed, 

George, 160. 

Ralph, 161. 
Richardson, 

Benjamin, 165, 166, 167, 171, 176, 
178. 

Isaac, 160. 

Joanna, 160. 

John, 160. 

Joseph, 160. 

Noah, 166, 167. 

Phebe, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173. 

Theophilus, 160. 
Russell, 

John, 164, 165. 

John, Jr., 160, 174, 175. 

John, St., 160. 



Seers, . 

John, 161. 
Sherman, 

Josiah, Rev., 173. 
Simonds, 

William, 161. 
Smith, 

Matthew, 161. 
Snow, 

Isaac, 174. 

John, 162. 

Richard, 160. 

Zerubbabel, 170, 174, 176, 178. 
Summer, 

Henry, 161. 

Thompson, 

Benjamin, 150, 151. 

James, 160. 

James, Deacon, 160. 

Jonathan, 161. 
Tidd, 

John, 157, 162. 
Totlingham, 

Henry, 160. 

Wade, 

Simon, 165. 
Walker, 

Samuel, Jr., 160. 

Samuel, Senr., 162. 
Whittemore, 

Thomas, 162. 
Wilmington, passim. 
Wilson, 

John, 161. 
Wjnn, 

Edward, 152, 162. 

Increase, 162. 

Joseph, 160. 
Woburn, /ajj/'w/. 
Wood Hill, 161. 
Wright, 

Jacob, 149, 150, 152, 153, 154, 155, 
156, 157. 158, 159, 160, 1C3, 164, 
165, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 

173. 174. 175. '76, 177. 178. 

John, 162. 

Joseph, 157, i6i. 
Wyer, 169. 
Wyman, 

Benjamin, 165, 174, 177. 

Francis, 162. 

Jacob, 161. 

John, 161. 

Jonathan, 157. 






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