number of neighbors followed her to the grave, among whom were her first and last scholars, viz. Mr. John Bishop and Miss Lucretia Bartlett. She left no relative, she was the last of her race.
Her sister Lydia married Mr. Benjamin Tufts, of Medford, who was born 1721.
Miss Francis continued to keep school until within a few years of her death.
Kind friends and neighbors united with true Christian kindness and furnished her daily food as follows:—
On Sunday, Mrs. Nathaniel Hall, d. December, 1841, ae. 69.
Monday, Mrs. Jonathan Porter, d. October, 1852, ae. 87.
Tuesday, Governor Brooks, d. March, 1825, ae. 73.
Wednesday, Mrs. Joseph Manning, d. August, 1835.
Thursday, Mrs. Duncan Ingraham, d. August, 1830, ae. 87.
Friday, Mr. John Bishop, d. February, 1833, ae. 77.
Saturday, Mrs. Abner Bartlett, d. April, 1867, ae. 89.
Governor Brooks always treated Miss Francis with great kindness and polite attention.
Mrs. Samuel Swan supplied her with coffee for roasting