Thomas Tracy (son of Ephraim Osborn and Lydia (Tracy) Bouvé, and grandson of Jonathan Bouvé, a soldier of the Revolution), was born at Boston, Jan 14, 1815. His mother. Lydia (Tracy), was a daughter of Asaph and Lydia (Cushing) Tracy; and Lydia Cushing, born in Hingham June 2, 1761, was a daughter of Col David and Ruth (Lincoln) Cushing.
Thomas Tracy Bouvé married in Hingham October 17, 1839, Emily G. Lincoln, daughter of Barnabas and Rachel (Lincoln) Lincoln. She was born in Hingham 7 Jan 1814.
"Iron merchant," at Boston; treasurer of the Glendon Iron Company of Pennsylvania; for many yrears an efficient officer of the "Home for the Destitute; "president of the Boston Society of Natural History; Harvard College. A.M. 1850; member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; a devoted lover of nature, and the author of the chapter on Natural History in the "History of Hingham."
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