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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE LIVING RESIDENT MEMBERS
OF THE MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL Society.*
When elected. John Q. Adams,
April 27, 1802. Nathan Appleton,
June 26, 1834. James T. Austin,
May 5, 1831. George Bancroft,
June 26, 1834. Gamaliel Bradford,
April 23, 1825. Rufus Choate,
June 25, 1835. John Codroan,
July 25, 1833. Joseph Coolidge,
April 25, 1811. John Davis,
Oct. 24, 1791.
Aug. 24, 1830.
Charlestown, April 27, 1820.
Aug. 24, 1830. Convers Francis,
Watertown, May 5, 1831. Samuel P. Gardner,
Aug. 24, 1824. Francis C. Gray,
Jan. 29, 1818. Francis W. P. Greenwood,
April 23, 1825. Nathan Hale,
Jan. 27, 1920. Thaddeus M. Harris, Dorchester, Aug. 13, 1792 A biel Holmes,
April 24, 1798. Jonathan Homer,
April 30, 1799. Charles Jackson,
Aug. 29, 1815. William Jenks,
Aug. 27, 1821. John Glen King,
June 25, 1835. Alonzo Lewis,
Aug. 24, 1830. William Lincoln,
Jan. 26, 1832. Charles Lowell,
Aug. 29, 1815. John Lowell,
Jan. 30, 1823. Benjamin Merrill,
Aug. 29, 1826. James C. Merrill,
April 27, 1820. Nahum Mitchell,
Aug. 25, 1818. Benjamin R. Nichols,
Jan. 28, 1819. John G. Palfrey,
Cambridge, April 23, 1825.
June 25, 1835. John Pickering,
re-elected. John Pierce,
Jan. 31, 1809. Josiah Quincy,
Cambridge, July 26, 1796. Samuel Ripley,
Jan. 27, 1820. Leverett Saltonstall,
Aug. 27, 1816. James Savage,
Jan. 28, 1813. Samuel Sewall,
Burlington, Jan. 28, 1836. * A list of the Resident Members from the foundation of the Society in 1791, is contained in Vol. I. p. 287, and Vol. III. p. 408, of the third series of the Collections.
CORRESPONDING MEMBERS ELECTED SINCE 1832.*
Thomas Aspinwall, Esq. London,
July 25, 1833.
June 26, Hon. William Jay,
Bedford, N. Y.
Feb. 26, 1835.
Central America, Jan. 28, 1836.
* A complete list of the Corresponding Members is contained in Vol. I. p. 289, and Vol. III. p. 408, of the third series of the Collections.