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n some part of their manufacturing. He married Evelina Cutter, of West Cambridge. Jonathan Stone, son of Nathaniel Tufts and Sarah (Rand) Stone, was born December 28, 1819, in the old house at Union Square, twice before referred to in this paper. After schooldays, he worked for a time in the Middlesex Bleachery, making boxes; then went to Cambridgeport to learn the carriage-making trade of Mr. Davenport, afterward one of the firm of Davenport & Bridges. Here, or when he worked for Edmund Chapman, of Cambridge, he became acquainted with Silas Holland, for whom Holland Street was named, and with Frank Chapman, for whom he afterwards worked. The young men kept up a friendly rivalry at their work, trying to see who would be the first to show a carriage body put together in the rough after a day of brisk work. In 1850 he established a home, and started business for himself at Union Square, making chaise bodies and carriage and wagon bows, and also buggy bodies for Thomas Goddard.
o, Arthur, 47. Caverno, Elizabeth A. 47. Caverno, Jeremiah, 47. Caverno, Margaret (Brewster), 47. Caverno, Olive H. (Foss), 47. Cedar Street, 60. Central Square, 15, 16. Central Street, 11, 18, 19, 24, 25, 27. Champney, Richard, 53. Champney, Samuel, 53. Charles River, 11. Charles River Basin Commission, 60. Charleston, S. C., 38. Charlestown Estates, Wyman, 4, 8. Charlestown, Mass., 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 18, 20, 24, 41, 47, 55, 57. Charlestown Water Works, 57. Chapman, Edmund, 19. Chase, J. G., 57. Chelmsford, Mass., 20. Chenny, Ebenezer, 2. Chilmark, Martha's Vineyard, 23. Christ Church, New Orleans, La., 82. Chubbuck, Rev. F. E. R., 82. Civil Engineering as a Vocation, 61. Civil War, The, 71. Claremont, N. H., 20. Clay Pits and Free Baths, 61. Coburn, James M., 6. Colburn, Joshua O., 43. Cole, Caroline Adelaide, 21. Cole, Erastus E., 21. Columbus Avenue, 6. Company E, Thirty-ninth Regiment, 32. Concord Bridge, 2. Concord, Mass.,