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Page 61 - Charlestown, and for fourteen years one of it deacons. He was a director of the Associated Charities of Boston, and president of the Charlestown branch of the organization. He was vice-president of the Hunt Asylum for Destitute Children; was a member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, of the Congregational Club; the Bunker Hill Boys' Club, and the American College and Educational Society.
Page 46 - ... House of Representatives in 1882, serving on the judiciary committee and the committee of the insane, and in 1894 was elected to the Vermont Senate, of which he was pro tempore president, and served on the committees of the judiciary, of rules, and was chairman of the joint committee on temperance; was delegate at large to the Republican national convention at Chicago in 1888, and a member of the committee on platform ; was chairman of the Vermont Republican convention in 1886; in 1884 was sent...
Page 9 - They were to have the best room in the now dwelling house, with the best chamber, and a good, convenient cellar, without any let, stint, or hindrance. And deed not to take place 'till their, the said Nathaniel and Mary Harwood's decease.
Page 14 - His widow is said to have walked all the way from Brookfield to Boston to draw the bounty money due him.
Page 61 - Reid of New York, until he entered business for himself, January 1, 1899. He was also a director of the National Fibre Board Company, and a trustee of Bromfield School ; lieutenant-colonel and assistant adjutant-general on the staff of Gov. John D. Long in 1882, a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1899, serving on the committee on education ; a trustee of the Littleton Public Library for twenty-one years, until 1906 ; a member of the school committee from 1893 to 190(5, and...
Page 75 - Service, where he married and had a family near Madras, having assumed the name of Francis Hudson. Previous to going to India, he had sailed around the globe, and been in the employ of the Hudson Bay Company, and visited the Sandwich Islands.
Page 42 - State in civil, military and political life. Under the old militia system of the State he rose from the position of drummer-boy to that of Major General, and had command of the Vermont State Troops.
Page 66 - He was the first State President of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor.