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The Genealogies Of The Families Of Cohasset, Massachusetts

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The Genealogies Of The Families Of Cohasset, Massachusetts

Compiled Under The Direction Of The Committee On Town History, With Chapters On Town History Written By Members Of The Committee And Others,
Supplementary To The Narrative History Of Cohasset, by Rev. E. Victor Bigelow, published in 1898.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
Additions and Corrections (See below)
Cohasset Genealogies
By George Lyman Davenport and Elizabeth Osgood Davenport
List of Town Officers
Compiled by Newcomb B. Tower, with biographical sketches by Edmund Pomeroy Collier.
Gleanings from the Town Records
By Newcomb B. Tower
Musical Associations of Cohasset
The Tremont Serenade Band — The Atlantic Musical Association—The Cohasset Choral Union — The Cohasset Musical Association
By Burgess C. Tower
Cohasset's Deep Sea Captains
By Edmund Pomeroy
Collier Wrecks, Wrecking and Life Saving in Cohasset
By Oliver H. Howe
The Great Gale of November 27, 1898, in Cohasset
By Oliver H. Howe
A Short History of St. Stephen's Church
By Rev. Howard Key Bartow
The Pope Memorial Church
By Rev. Cecil Harper
The Paul Pratt Memorial Library
By Rev. William R. Cole, with a Description of the Building by the Architect, Edward Nichols
Early Records of the Cohasset Library
Historic Memorials
By Oliver H. Howe
Recent Development of Cohasset
By Oliver H. Howe

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Additions and Corrections

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Page 28, line 14 (from top), omit "1873-1883."
Page 34, lines 6 and 7, omit marriage to Deborah Whiton and her birth, also (2). Deborah Whiton married, according to Miss Ella T. Bates, another Solomon Bates. (See Bates Bulletin, April, 1909, p. 3.)
Page 40, line 41, for 21 Mar. read 22 Mar.; line 42, for 2 Nov. read 19 Nov. For one son, one daughter, read two sons, two daughters.
Page 57, line 16, for 1893 read 1892.
Page 93, line 17, for Downe read Doane.
Page 110, line 33, for Sarah Priscilla (Nichols) Tower read Sarah Priscilla (Tower) Pratt.
Page 110, after line 41, add, "Member of Board of Trustees of the Cohasset Public Library and its first secretary. Secretary of the School Committee, 1887- 1894, Chairman 1894-1902.
Page 110, second line from foot, for Nov. 16 read Nov. 15.
Page 126, line 25, for Clark read Lothrop, and for Francis read Frank.
Page 132, line 16, for 1899 read 1889.
Page 146, line 24, for 1859 read 1873.
Page 152, under Fitch, William H., insert before "Ch. b. in Coh." "Ch. — Thomas William, b. 18 Sept., 1893; Mollie Isabel, b. 11 March, 1895."
Page 161, line 41, for Towers read Tower.
Page 164, after line 8, insert "3 ch. b. elsewhere."
Page 173, line 8, for Henry read Harry.
Page 174, line 17, for 1288 read 1828.
Page 178, under Hanlon, Edward, add a third child, Florence.
Page 185, 3d line from foot, for Annis read Avis.
Page 227, line 21, for 1868, read 1890.
Page 246, line 20, for Stillman Hewine read Stillman N. Willis.
Page 275, omitted after Mayo: McAllister, Frank Barr, son of John Oilman and .Mmeda Norton Tirrell, b. Sept. 17, 1874, in Lawrence, Mass., grad. Amherst College, 1896, B.A., Yale Div. Sch., 1899, B.D. Ordained pastor of Congregational Church, Bedford, Mass., 1899, installed pastor of 2d Congregational Church, Cohasset, 1904. M. 12 June, 1906, May Leslie, daughter of William R. and Mariannie (Pratt) Collier.
Page 279, line 8, for Shubenacida read Shubenacadie.
Page 311, line 23, for Percy read Percival Snow.
Page 330, line 4, for 3 daus. read 5 daus. 2 sons.
Page 331, line 24, for 3 daus. read 5 daus. 2 sons.
Page 343, line 19, after "2 Feb." insert "3 Feb. in town rec."
Page 377, line i, for Scarfe read Scaife.
Page 385, in place of last three lines, read Ernest H. = Katherine M. Parker. In U. S. Lighthouse service since 1894; 3d asst. keeper, Minot Ledge Light since 1905.
Page 392, hne 27, for 1847 read 1827.
Page 406, line 12, for Putnam read Butman.
Page 444, line 19, for Charles W. Wheelwright read Charles C. Wheelwright; line 24, for "1884-1894" read "1873-1895"; line 42, after Gilbert Sanders, 15 Feb., 1885, insert M. I. T., S.B., 1905, S.M., 1906.
Page 448, line 14, for Wis. read Minn.
Page 465, line 8, for Howard read Harvard.
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