Sources of Information

Historical Sketches of Brookline, Mass., by Miss Harriet F. Wood. A series of articles written under the title of "Brookline As It Was," and published in the Brookline Transcript during the years 1871-2. Marked H. F. W.

Address at the Opening of the Town Hall in Brookline on Tuesday, 14, October, 1845, and Historical Discourses by Rev. John Pierce, D.D. Marked Dr. Pierce.

The Brookline First Parish in My Time, 1873-1895, by Rev. Howard N. Brown, D.D. Marked H. N. B.

First Parish Church Records of Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, for 100 Years, Brookline Historical Publication Society. Marked F. P. C. R.

Muddy River and Brookline Records 1634-1838. Marked M. R. R.

Records in the Office of the Town Clerk. Marked B. R.

Records from Joseph D. Gutterson, undertaker. Marked J. D. G.

Report of the Cemetery Committee of the Town of Brookline for 1842. Written, not printed, in the Brookline Public Library. Marked R. C. C.

Family histories.

Information obtained from individuals is so stated.

Unless lot or tomb is given, place of burial is unknown.

Grateful acknowledgment is made to Mr. Charles F. White, who has rendered valuable assistance in compiling these records. H. A. C.