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1910 Excerpt: ... 15 grandchildren. A few years since Deacon
Parker, with his wife, made an extended tour of Egypt and the Holy
Land and this he enjoyed, as he did all life's pleasant
experiences, to the full. Few men have left more happy impressions
of their good lives in the memories of their friends than has he.
JAMES B. SINER James B. Siner, a member of the society, died at his
home on Hawthorne street, Malden, September 17, 1912, after a
protracted illness. Mr. Siner was one of those quiet, but
resourceful men, who help to make a community and a neighborhood
where they live an attractive place to dwell, and who become the
reliance of the interests they serve. He was born in Lowell, the
son of James and Eliza (Bradford) Siner, April 13, 1835. He
obtained his education in the grammar and high schools of his
native city and for a time taught school in Georgia. His father was
a carpet manufacturer on an extensive scale, and the practical
knowledge obtained in association with him was turned to good
account by the son, who for twenty-two years was mechanical
superintendent of the Washington mills at Lawrence, and then for a
quarter of a century was in charge of the appraisal department of
the Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Company, where his work increased
in value as the years sped, so that he had the satisfaction of
knowing that the company felt him to be more useful to it in his
last years of service than in the years of middle life when he felt
himself to be more active. He married Miss Lena, daughter of Warren
Mallard of Lawrence, in 1875, she having been principal of the
Teachers Training School of Lawrence. They moved to Malden some
twenty-five years since. Prior to that time Mr. Siner had refused a
nomination as mayor of Lawrence, owing to the pressure of his
|Country of origin:
Malden Historical Society
||246 x 189 x 6mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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