On this date, our usual monthly meeting yielded to the conferral on Rogene Porter of Brookline’s Boston Post Cane recognition. A resident of Brookline for the past 84 years, Rogene …
The Brookline Historical Society is delighted to announce that Rogene Porter has consented to accept the Boston Post Cane at its next monthly meeting of the BHS on Wednesday, January …
This meeting was honored by the company of 13 attendees: Vicki and Jim Pope, Mark Fountain, Diane Austin, Chris Corey, David Fessenden, Peter Webb, Linsey Fusco, Alyse Fusco, Hunter Ardehali, …
JOSEPH H. Tarbell. a prominent farmer of Mont Vernon, Hillsboro County, N. H., was born in Exeter, Rockingham County, August 25, 1822, and is now in his seventy-sixth year. His parents were William and Lydia (Spaulding) Tarbell.
ELIS Cleveland, one of the representative men of Brookline, Hillsboro County, N.H., was born in this town, December 22, 1827. His parents were John and Susannah (Torrance) Cleveland, well-known residents of Brookline in their day; and his father was a native of Franklin, Mass.
LEVI FRANKLIN LOWELL, general manager for the firm of Fessenden & Lowell, Merrimac, was born January 6, 1839, in Rindge, N.H., son of Nathaniel and Phidelia (Fisher) Lowell, of that town.
HENRY H. LIVERMORE, an enterprising lumber manufacturer of Wilton, was born in this town, February 8, 1848, son of Jonathan and Dorcas (Holt) Livermore.
CHARLES BOYNTON GOODWIN, one of the most influential men of Mason, was born in Brookline, N.H., January 17, 1851, son of the late Rev. Daniel Goodwin and his wife, Martha (Boynton) Goodwin. He traces his descent back through four or five generations.
RAYMOND J. PIERCE was a highly esteemed resident of Brookline. Born in Lyndeboro, N. H., July 21, 1833, he was a son of James and Lucy (Wheeler) Pierce.
GEORGE E. FARLEY, of Amherst, one of the enterprising agriculturists of Hillsboro County, was born February 6, 1849, in Hollis, N.H., a son of Enoch Farley, and a descendant of a pioneer settler of that place. His grandfather, Enoch Farley, Sr., a lifelong resident of Hollis, was well known and respected in the district.