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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18., Turell Tufts and his family connections. (search)
quarters of some house and the remainder was occupied by others at the same time, namely, Joseph Burrage and Benjamin Tufts. Mrs. Ingraham belonged to that band of charitable and kind-hearted gentlewomen of Medford who regularly supplied Marm Betty, the poor and aged schoolmistress of Medford, with food. Mrs. Ingraham sent on Thursdays. Marm Betty had a room in the old bakery, as we knew it. At that time there was a small door on the south side, of ordinary size, close to the east end. Betty had a room in the old bakery, as we knew it. At that time there was a small door on the south side, of ordinary size, close to the east end. Mrs. Ingraham, as a woman of means, was probably a good business woman for investments, or she had the advice of her son, Turell Tufts, who was well versed in town affairs. A broadside of the town expenses, when such were printed on a single sheet, shows in the miscellaneous account, In this same account there was paid to Turell Tufts one year's interest on second donation to January 1, 1825, $42; one year's interest on second donation to January 1, 1826, $42. March 19, 1825, to April 1