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INVENTORY FORM CONTINUATION SHEET Community: Form No: <br /> MASSACHUSETTS H I STORI CAL CCWI SS I ON 14„� <br /> Office of the Secretary, Boston <br /> Property Name: 16 Hancock Street <br /> Indicate each item on inventory form which is being continued below. <br /> HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE <br /> Owned at one time by James D. Sumner. (J0PJ` <br /> 3 KA�> <br /> From 1879 until his death in 1918, lived in by Herbert G. Locke and his <br /> wife and unmarried daughter (Frances S. , b. 1881) . House in the 1870s was owned <br /> by Locke's father-in-law, Wm. H. Spencer. <br /> After the death of Herbert Locke, his widow and daughter lived on in the <br /> house until the early 1920s, at which time it was purchased by the First Congre- <br /> gational Society (Unitarian Church) as a parsonage for their minister. (Lockes <br /> moved next door into number 18.) Church sold the house in the 1950s and <br /> purchased the Jonathan Harrington house. (Source: Jean Baxter; notes of the <br /> Lexington Historical Society) <br /> This is Lexington's only remaining Gothic Revival house. There were <br /> several others: the George W. Robinson house at 6 Stratham Road (remodeled in <br /> the 1870s) and the Luke Childs house off Bow Street (now demolished) . <br /> S. Lawrence Whipple, 1984 <br /> Anne Grady, 1984 <br /> Staple to Inventory form at bottom <br />