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* Welch, Rachel

* Wilkins, ^^'esley
White, Ebenezer
Whiiing, Eldad
Whiting, 6'eorge
Wetlierbee, Isaac
Waite, TFarren
Wyman, Thomas B
Wyman, Thomas B jr
Wyman, Jiimes K

* White, Daniel 2d
irorthen, True F
Wasion, Robert
Wellman, Asa
I^'^arren, George W
Tl-^irren, Abigail
Whitman, Noah
Whiting, Martha
"Whitney, Charles
Whittier, Leonard D
Wiley, Peter B
Wason, Putnam

* Wason, Samuel
"\Aniitten, Joseph W

* Wright, Daniel
White, Ephraim F
Wesson, John
Welch, Wm
Wheeler, Philip C
Wheeler, Samuel C >
Waldo, Sarah V
Whiting, Samuel
Wyman, Thos W
Walker, Lucy

* Wyman, Wm



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Wileon, Isaac
VVyman, Richard F
Whitney, Alfred
Whitney, Luther F

* Wallace, Dan'l
Willis, David C
Wilson, Jesse
Wheeler, Asa
West, Thos Y

* Wilson, John B
Wilson, Saml S

* Wiley, Hiram
Williams, Richard
Walker, Geo
Winslow, Sam!
Watson, Horace H
Wells, Geo E
Wetherbee, Judah
Welch, Geo F

* Wright, Chas
Wells, Augustus L
Walker, Joseph F
Walker, Henry B
Walker, Peries

* Walker, Joseph B
Walker, John
Wilson, Robert

* White, Nicholas
Woodbury, David
Warren, Henry
Wanen, Leonard
Warren, heirs of Bezaleel
Whittle, John
Woodson, Joseph
Worthley, Sam!



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* Whitten, Jas


1 50


6 60


Weston, David B


1 50


4 90


JForcester, Jas A D


4 05


1 50


Whiting, Geo


18 67


1 50


Wtham. Lorenzo D


1 50


18 50


* Worcester, Prudence


18 70


12 53


Ward, Edward


5 75


4 05


*Willington, SamI R


1 50


18 50


Wright, John W


1 50


6 60


Welch, David


1 50


1 50


TFhilehead, Geo


1 50


4 90


TFelsh, Jane


5 10


88 90


TFeish, Geo


1 50


53 35


Wright, Parker


10 85


3 20


Winslow, Saml


21 05


3 20


Wallace, Jas M


10 00


1 50


Winchester, Nancy


64 15


1 50


Whiting, Augustus guard


42 50


4 05


Wyman, heirs of Susan


20 40


4 05


Wyman, heirs of Francis


35 70


6 60


Wiley, Hannah


25 50


1 §0


Wyman, Mary


10 20


3 20


Waterman, Charlotte


4 25


6 80


Walker, heirs of Chas


153 85


1 50


Walker, Helen L


10 20


4 05


Wasgate, Rhoda


7 65


11 70


White, GeoW


S 20


1 50


Winchester, Mark


11 70


1 50


•Whipple, Benj F


1 50


21 90






16 80


Young, John W


1 50


10 20


* York, Lee


1 50


1 50


Young, Thos P


1 50


8 30


Yeaton, Geo H


6 60


1 50


Yeaton, Chas


8 20



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Aldrich, Aaron


6


80


Chapman, Heirs of Jonathan 285 60


Aspinwall, Samuel


21


25


Codman, Heirs of Abigail


6 80


Appleton, Charles


11


90


Crease, Richard


5 10


Adams, George W


6


80


Childs, Amariah


29 75


Andrews, Samuel


13


60


Colby, Sarah


29 75


Appleton, Wm


34


00


Carey, Jonathan


8 50


Armstrong, Samuel T


42


50


Carey, Isaac H


5 10


Andrews, /oseph E


8


50


Carey, Charles 5


18 70


Aycr, John


5


95


Corporation, Chelsea Bridg


3 17 00


Agan, IMichael


3


40


Clark, Bradley M
*Cook, George


28 05
32 30


Bennett, ./oshua


12


75


Coburn, Daniel J


78 20


Boylston, Heirs of Ward N


68


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Choate, Benjamin


7 65


Binney, Heirs of Amos


6G


30


Cbrbett, Leavitl


8 50


Breed, John


166


30


Cutter, Ebenezer F


20 40


Bramhall, Cornelius


23


80


Clapp, Heirs of .Salmon


13 60


Binney, ^\jnos


11


05


* Calhoun, Mrs.


23 80


*Barton, Martha


3


40


Codman, Henry


5 10


Bates, Martin


34


85


Currier, Gilman


1 28


Bradstreet, Elizabeth


13


60


Callahan, John


5 95


Bradstreet, .S'amuel


42


50


Campbell, Patrick


17 00


Bass, ]\Ioses




85


*Cook, Lydia


8 50


Brown, Charles


110


50


Collier, ]\iartin


10 20


Bigelow, .Samuel


145


35


Carruth, F S Treas


90 10


Bartlett, George


102


85






Bowles, John


42


50


Damon, Rebecca


12 75


*Bowman, Francis


51


00


Devens, Charles


42 50


Bush, Jotham


15


30


Dix, James H


23 80


*Batterley,


2


55






Bradley, Heirs of Thomas


55


25


Eddy, Caleb, Agent


238 00


Beal, Wilder


2


55


Edmands, Thomas


55 25


Boylston, Mercy


23


80


Eustis, James


17 00


Bddwin, Catherine


48


03


Elwcll, David


27 20


Blake, Phillip


34


00


Edmands, Thomas B


7 65


Burrell, John H


11


90


Emerson, George


35 70


Barker, /osiah


49


30


Emerson, Mrs & Mrs 5weetser 12 75


Burckes, Martin


29


33


Edgerly & Vinal


1 70


Barker, Seth


47


60






Brooks, Edward


4


25


Fuller, Stephen P


72 25


Bowen, Heirs of John


6


80


French, Mr
Fenwick, Benedict


15 30

28 05



30



Fosdick, David
Fairbanks &Xorine;
Foster, Wm
Foster, Gideon
Frothingham, /oseph
Fullerton, Alexander
Fuzzard, VVm
Fiske, Francis & oo •
Fernald, Wm heirs of
Freeman, .Ssxml J
Fitchburg Railroad Corpo.

Gerrish, Geo W
Gurney, Mrs
Goodwin, Thos J
Guild, Reuben
Gossner, Peter
Goodnow, John
*Goodridge, Lowell
Goodwin, Henry
Gillman. heirs of
Grant, Moses
Gerraud, Terhart

Harris, Jona heirs of
Hull, Isaac heirs of
Heirs of I Hull & A Bin-

ney,
Hall, Milton
Had ley, Moses
Hay, Marrna D
Harris, Richard D
Hurd, J or Charles
Hollis, John R heirs of
Harris, James
Hunt, Wm R et als
Harrington, Andrew
Harwood, Patty
Howard, William C
Holden, George
Horn & Sinclair
Haskell. Thomas
Holbrook, Daniel
Hayward, John
Hadley, Elijah
Harrinson, Lydia A
Huslin, John
Howe, Joseph P
Hastings, Edmund T
Hammond, Edward
Haynes, Charles
Hanson, Thomas
Harris, Josejjh

Jones, Ebenezet



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10


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29


75


17


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75


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57


80


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Jackson, Ebenezer 8 50

Johnson, Seth heirs ol 22 10

Johnson, Wm M 5 10

*Jackson, Austin H 1 70

Jones, Silas 4 25

*Johnsonj Polly 7 65

Kidder, Jerome G 141 35

Knox, Robert 25 50

JCiinball, Benjanain 1 70

AH I burn, Milton 5 95

iCinsley, Silas 4 25

Kendall, D Y 21 25

Loomis, Hubble 5 10

Lawrence, Amos A 8 50

Lawrence, Wm R 23 80

Lane, & Reed 23 80

Mackintire, James 1 7 00

Mahan, Benj F 14 03

Mallory, Sa^ S 15 30

Monks, Jas 7 65

Mulliken, John W 32 30

Manning, Mary 6 80

IMcLellan, Isaac 4 25

Means, James 4 25

Munroe, Sally P 4 00

Mountfort. Nathl 3 40

Mellows, 8 50

Marden, Chas W 9 35

IVIiller, Chas 8 50

Masters, Woodbury 23 80

Nudd, Thos 13 60

Newcomb, Norton 8 50

9akes, heirs of Thos 8 50

Payson, Ruth 74 80

Pratt, heirs of John 29 75

Parks, Elisha _ 141 95

Parsons, Nehemiah 8 50

Phinney, Elias 50 15

Parkman, Geo 1 7 00

Prentiss, Nathl A 25 50

Perry, Benj 3 40

Porter, Royal L 10 20

Parker, Ebenezer 2d 12 33

Parker, Jonathan 2 98

Pierce, Jonathan 3 40

Page, Enoch 11 90

Pratt, Nathan 95 20

Parkman, Susan 39 95

Robbins, heirs of Mrs 5 95



31



Robei'ts, heirs of Richard 15 30

Robbins, Richard 311 36

Raymond, Wm 17 00

Rand, Benj 34 00

Rice & Thaxter, 29 75

Russell, AV Button 157 2.5
Receivers of Phoenix Bank, 204 00

• Reed, Jas B 2 55

Swett, heirs of Tasker H 1 70 00

Sullivan, Richard 317 05

Savage, Jas S 7 65

Stevens, John 20 40

Sawyer, Stephen 8 50

Stearns, Sarah heirs of 20 00

• Stocker, Nancy 4 25
Shaw, Mary 21 25
Stone, William W 46 75
Smith, Thomas C 4 25
Swett, John H 8 50
Sawyer, Samuel 15 30
Sampson, Levi 6 80
Stearns, Joshua B 8 50
Sweet, Benjamin 6 80
Stearns, Eckley 19 55
Swealland, Orson 5 95
Sullivan, Dennis 6 80
Seavy, T H 11 90

• Smith, 6 SO
Simonds, Nathan ^ 18 70
*Sheaf, Mary A 23 80

Thacher, Isaac 9 86

Turner, Lemuel heirs of 8 50

Taylor, George A 23 80

Thorndike, Ebenezer 10 20

Turner, Larkin 47 60



Tudor, Frederick 15 30

* Torrey, Deborah heirs of 36 35

* Thurston, Benjamin 1 7 00
Tufts, Charles 44 20
Trott & Bumstead, 2 55
Tufts, Joseph heirs of 23 80
Tufts, Nathan 187 00
Turner, Henry 5 10
Tenney, Robert G 14 03
Twombley, /ames 25 50
Tirrell, Artemas 10 20
Tuttle, John 28 90
Thrasher, Benjamin 17 00
Tuck, 3 83

Underwood, Joseph jr 6 80

Voorhis, Henry Van heirs of 55 25

Winchester, E A & W 25 50

Wilson, Shipley W 12 75

Wiittridgc, Geo F 11 90

Wliitney, Simon 34 OD

Wheeler, Increase S 34 00

* Williams, Mrs 3 40
Walley, Saml H prest 4 25
Wolcott,JH 4 25
Welch, Abraham 3 40
Whitmore, Stephen Jr 25 50
Walker, Thos 6 80
Webster & Co 12 75
Willis, Sidney 9 85

* Woodbury, Thos 6 80
Wright, Jas 12 75

* Yeaton, Benj 12 ^5
Young, Joseph S 40



OF THE

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES

OF THE

TOWN OF CHARLESTOWN,
From ITIarch 1, 1844, to Iflarch 1, 1845.



SE^s ^m



STATEMENT OF MONIES

Received and Paid by the Treasurer of the
Town of Charlestown, commencing the 1st
day of March, 1844, and ending the 1st day of
March, 1845.



EXPENDITURES.

SUNDRIES.

Paid County Treasurer for County Taxes, 1843, $1800 00

do. do. 1844, 4130 61

Stoneham Tax, G4.

Town Debt, note to Receivers of Phoenix Bank, 7500 00

do- ^ 5500 00

Interest on Town Debt, 3963 qo

Temporary Loan, to meet current expenses, 19000 00

Interest on do. 311 Qg

State Tax, to Treasurer of Commonwealth, 1022 25

Outstanding Claims, 124i oo

141 members of Fire Department, amt. of Poll Tax, 211 50

Treasurer and Collector's Salary, 600 00

45,285 09



36



Orders of the JBoard of ISelectmeii.,

CONTINGENT.

Jona. Stone, rmging bell

Jas. Gould, for Prison Point Bridge

Caleb Symmes, labor and disbursements

Isaac Kendall, labor

Jas. G. Fuller, wood and bark

Moses Babcock, work on Town Hall

Chas. Sanderson, services as Constable

W. R. Jefferson, labor

Thos. J. Elliott, paid for surveying

Benj. Edmands, painting

Thos. Knight, ringing bell

Wm. Gerry, oil

Perez E,. Jacobs, services as Constable

Jas. R. Turner, services as pound keeper

John P. Duncklee, " " Constable

Richard Nichols, " "

Sam'l L. Ai-mstead, disbursements &c

Ab'Bi Chamberlain, services as Constable

David Dodge, labor and disbursements ^

Newton R. Chandler, covering stone for wells

Sam'l L. Armstead, painting sign &c

Rich'd Nichols, services as Constable

Chas. Sanderson, " "

Perez R. Jacobs, " "

Wm. Peters, tending draw on cross bridge

C. P. Fessenden, pamting

Wm. Sawyer, professional services relative to Bunker

Hill drain
Wm. Sawyer, " " Eastern R. R. C.

Jona. Stone, ringing bell
.Tas. G. Fuller, wood
Newton A. Chandler, stone
Jona. Howe, printing

Constables, for distributing Chief Eng. report
W. W. Wheildon, printing town expenses, &c
Amos Quimby, for expense of pier and house at

Prison Pt. Bridge
Taylor & Hobart, drain on Bai-tlett and Sullivan sts.
Paul Willard, prof, services Pha-nLx Bank
Sam'l Sawyer, repairing fence
A. Blanchard, work on Town Hall
Thos. Knight, ringing bell
Constables, distributing regulations
David Dodge, labor and disbursements

Amount carried forr'aKl, f 1,096 68



15




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40


8


15


7


37


5


12


3


08


5




I


50


5




2


25


15




4


20


8




10




10




8




3


88


6


50


6


14


58


12


1


90


2




2




2




15


17


5




52




40




15




3


50


5




9


12


6




93




110


50


412


75


45




7




7


15


15




6




51


88



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37



Amount brought up,
Smith Dyar, disbursements
J. K. Frothingham and Time. Fletcher, services on

committee lor separating Somerville
Jas. C. Peverley, refreshments
Caleb Symnies, returning births and deaths,
Caleb Synimcs, 10 elm trees
Bigc'low & Stinson, entertaining town officers
Ricli'd Sullivan, for Bartlett and Sullivan st drain
Elisha B. Fauncc, mason work
Jona. Stone, ringing bell
Ayeres & Fairbanks, stationery
Jno. Bryant, Jr. for sundries
A. Goodrich, "

Steph. Bennett, reservoir in Bartlett st.
Jona. Howe, pi'inting
Isaac Kendall, carpenter work
Thos. Knight, ringing bell
J. L. Jennerson, woA &c
W. Gerry, oil &c

P. R. Jacobs, notifying town meeting
Chas. Sanderson, " "

C. P. Emmons, stationery
David Dodge, disbursements
Stephen Bennett, sundries
Wm. M. Edmands, stove work, &c
Samuel Armstead, labor, &c
Carter & Burrill,

Thos. L. Rayner, slating Market House
Waldron & Bcddoe, painting
Jonathan Howe, printing
Carter & Burrill, wood
Warren B. Thomas, do
J. B. & C. Wilson, work on Town Hall
Charlestown Post Office, Postage,
Chas. Sanderson, notifying Town meeting
P. R. Jacobs, do do

Amos Quimby, repairs whf Prison Pt. Bridge
Moses Babeook, sundries
Clark and Yarney, work
T. & E. Hunncwell, covers
Hittenger & Cook, iron work
M. B. Sewall, brick
J. P. Duncklee, services as Constable
Abm. Chamberlain, " "

Chas. Sanderson, " "

P. R. Jacobs, " "

Jona. Stone, ringing bell •

Thomas Knights, "

Amouut carried up, $1,797 74



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50




11


25


23


30


7




9




83


75


62


50


15




13




8




2




5


96


32


12


105


43


15




21


87


4


87


3




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16 58




44


4




15


56


1


94


13


62


13


61


17


31


24


16


2


13


1


87


3




4


74


3




3




12


48


2


17


1




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75


9


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4


85


12




8




5




5




15




15





38

Amount brought up, $1,797 74

J. C. Peverley, rcfresliments 16 50

Seth Sawj'er, " 7 60

Jno. Bryant, jr. repairs Prison Point, Bridge 1

Harris & Vinton, stationery 4 32

Richard Nichols, per vote of the Town 500

John Payne, labor ' 6 75

Chas. Sanderson, Constable 7 50

P. R. Jacobs, " 6 50

Smith Dyar, disbursements l 50

Isaac Blanchard, disbursements, &c 5 68

Chas. Pool, painting signs 4

W. W. Wheildon, printing and advertising 100 50

W. Gerry, oil &c 9 34

Jacob Caswell, repairs Town pumps 7 50

D. Prouty & Co., disbursements P. Pt. Bridge 28 86

David Dodge, sundries 24 42

Jos. F. Tufts, sign post 2

W. R. Jefferson, setting glass 1 50

Isaac Kendall, carpenter work 9 24



HIGHWAYS.

Christopher Solis, entering his drain

Benjamin Flint, labor

Benj. F. Brackett, "

Jas. Deblois, "

Ivory Randall, "

Otis Clapp, 6 doz. hoe handles

Jas. Dearborn, labor

Wm. Hodgkins, repairing tools

Jno. Hafdingjjr "

Ivory Randall, labor

Philip Flood, Horse and cart

Mass. State Prison, stone chips

Burr & Willis, lumber and teaming

Joseph Miller, repairing tools

T. O. Nichols, teaming stone and gravel

H. E. Percival, labor "

Milton & Morgan, teaming

Taylor & Hobart, mason work, &c

Philip Flood, carting, &c

Levi Goodnow, "

Hittenger & Cook, blacksmith work

Jas. Deblois, labor

Fitch Cutter, 500 bricks

H. E. Percival, labor f



— 2,542 35



10




54


37


160


62


52




29


38


2


25


3


25


2


62


7


31


60




3




41




33


09


3


81


124


13


5




25


50


33


38


64


45


74 38


26


15


52




3




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Amount carried up, ^880 69 2,542 35



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39

Amount brought up,

Benj. Flint, "

Jas. Deblois, labor and disbursements

Mass. State Prison, stone chips

Jno. Harding, jr., blacksmith work

Wm. Dalrymjjle, stone

Thos. Hunnewell, work

Isaac Barkei', labor

Wm. Hodgkins, work

Thos. Greenleaf, lumber

D. & Z. Bowman, powder,

Benjamin Phipps, hai'ness work

Jas. Adams, hardware

Taylor & Ilobart, labor

Abm. Chamberlain, team work

Benj. F. Brackett, labor

Benj. FUnt, "

Saml. Ferrin, bricks

Benj. Flint, labor

Benj. F. Brackett do

Dean Ames "

Patrick Harrington do

Ivory H. Randall, "

Benj. Brackett •'

Benj. FUnt,

Dean Ames, "

Jas. Deblois, 26 days work

Joseph Leahy, labor

Betsey Lynde, gravel

Geo. S. Adams, edge stone

Thos. J. Elliott, oak butts

Isaac Barker, labor

Morris Kelley, sundries

Benj. Phipps, harness work

P. I'lood, team work

James Gould, gravel

James Deblois, labor

George Johnson, lumber

Leonard Tufts, blacksmith work

James B. Tamplin, harness work &c

A Chamberlain, carting stone &c

N. H. Chandler, stone for drains

Wm. S. Richardson, repairs &c

Bradley & Richardson, shovels

T. & T. F. Hunnewell, work

J. P. Moulton, timber v



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69 2,542 35


20




465


64


5




6


90


12


50


6


60


7


50


7




6


26


3




7


97


13


91


5




39


87


15


31


16


56


3


58


31


87


31


25


22 50


11


25


27


50


27


50


22


19


5




52




17




15


20


13 57


2




18


12


6


38


4


95


4


67


109


20


50




3


32


21


85


6


63


18


90


U


87


7


98


6




5


64


9


39



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Amount carried up, $4,629 37



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40




Amount brought up,
FIRE


DEPARTIHENT.


$4,629 37


Clerk of Engine No. 2, for services of men,

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