Definition of Medford
1. Noun. A town in southwestern Oregon; a summer resort.
2. Noun. Town in northeastern Massachusetts; residential suburb of Boston.
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Literary usage of Medford
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1. A Guide to Massachusetts Local History: Being a Bibliographic Index to the by Charles Allcott Flagg (1907)
"10 p. a private wav into a town way, in the town of medford. With the deeds and documents ... This work is being repub. in serial form by "medford Leader. ..."
2. Walks and Rides in the Country Round about Boston: Covering Thirty-six by Edwin Munroe Bacon (1898)
"In West medford. From the station along Harvard Avenue to the river : follows the river side back in the direction of old medford ; continues along Prescott ..."
3. Towns of New England and Old England, Ireland and Scotland ... Connecting by Allan Forbes (1921)
"medford, MASSACHUSETTS medford, one of the earliest permanent settlements of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, unlike all others, was the proprietary of the ..."
4. Massachusetts of Today: A Memorial of the State, Historical and Biographical by Daniel P. Toomey (1892)
"medford was settled in 163o. It is situated five miles from Boston on the Lowell ... During the first half of the present century medford was famous for its ..."
5. Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and by William Richard Cutter (1908)
"Marion Coburn, born March 15, 1883, married December 1, 1906, Ralph Underdown Sawyer, of West medford, and had John Co- burn Sawyer, born February 21, 1908; ..."