The Register of the Malden Historical Society, Vol. 4: Malden, Massachusetts, 1915-1916 (Classic Reprint)

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Paperback | December 30, 2018

The Register of the Malden Historical Society, Vol. 4: Malden, Massachusetts, 1915-1916 (Classic Reprint) by Malden Historical Society
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Excerpt from The Register of the Malden Historical Society, Vol. 4: Malden, Massachusetts, 1915-1916

Joshua Wyman Wellman was born November 28, 1821, in Cornish, New Hampshire, and died in Malden, September 28, 1915. His father, Deacon James Ripley Wellman, owned a farm on the hills some miles back from the Connecticut river, and on this farm the son was born and grew to manhood. By hard work on the farm he gathered strength of body and mind. He never lost his liking for farm life and all its beau-ties. He loved animals and was indignant at cruelty to them. The memory of brooks, fields, and hills was always a delight to him and often in his last days at the mention of Ascutney or Croy den Mountain, his face would brighten.

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Title:The Register of the Malden Historical Society, Vol. 4: Malden, Massachusetts, 1915-1916 (Classic Re...Format:PaperbackDimensions:350 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.73 inPublished:December 30, 2018Publisher:FB&C LtdLanguage:English

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