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Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, John S. Edgerly: and his home on Winter Hill (search)
John S. Edgerly: and his home on Winter Hill By Helen M. Despeaux I have seen published many m S. Edgerly and his home on Winter Hill. Mr. Edgerly was born in Meredith, N. H., not far from Ww town were Nathan Tufts, Sr. (chairman), John S. Edgerly, Caleb W. Leland, Luther Mitchell, and Fring. Can you tell me of many men who, like Mr. Edgerly, conducted a regular business in Boston, cat he needed for his own cattle and horses? Mr. Edgerly, as I said before, liked everything on a lao daughters having gone out into new homes, Mr. Edgerly sold the Winter-Hill house to Mr. Hittengers. More than one of the teachers boarded at Mr. Edgerly's, for where there is a large family, therehew of Mrs. Edgerly, and was connected with Mr. Edgerly in his store for a time, and was a member os, etc., etc. After leaving Winter Hill, Mr. Edgerly moved to East Somerville, where he.lived atomerville, and as long as it stands may it prove an honor to the honored memory of John S. Edgerly.[7 more...]
Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Charlestown schools within the peninsula Revolutionary period (search)
e name of his mother was Sarah Clark. He married Hannah Bradish, who is said to have died in 1800, at the advanced age of ninety-four. They had thirteen children, of whom Henry Phillips Sweetser was prominent in Charlestown affairs for many years. This was the father of Colonel John Sweetser, styled architect by Wyman, who built for John Olin, Jr., in the early years of the last century, the house at the top of Winter Hill, once occupied by Edward Everett, and for many years owned by John S. Edgerly. Later, as most people know, it was extensively repaired by Mr. Hittenger, its next owner, who left its style of architecture as we now see it. Another teacher of this period was Robert Calley, but we are at a loss just when to place him. He may have acted as substitute or assistant for Mr. Sweetser during the last years of that gentleman's career. We are indebted to Wyman for our account of him. He was the son of Robert and Lydia (Stimpson) Calley, and was born in Charlestown June
Dorchester, Mass., 48. Downer (family), 43. Drake's History of Middlesex County. 5, 9, 60. Dudley, Deputy Governor Thomas, 27, 28, 33, 52. Dunning's Coal Wharf, 3. Dutton, H. W. & Son, 56. Eddy, Caleb, 8, 9. Edmands, John, 66. Edward II., King, 50. Edwardston, Eng., 25. Edgerly, Adine Fitz (Pratt), 38. Edgerly, Annie E. W. (Mixer), 38. Edgerly, Caroline, 38. Edgerly, Charles Brown, 38. Edgerly, Edward Everett, 36, 38. Edgerly, Helen M. (Despeaux), 38. Edgerly, John S., 36-43, 65. Edgerly, John Woods, 38. Edgerly, Madeline Lemalfa, 38. Edgerly, Samuel, 37. Edgerly Schoolhouse, 43. Edgerly, Thomas, 37, 43. Eldridge,——42. Elliot, —, 32. Elliot, Charles D., 25, 56, 59, 70. Emerson, John S., 57. Endecott, —, 29. Essex, Eng., 25. Everett, Hon., Edward, 38, 65. Everett, Governor, 24. Faire Grammar School, 52, 82. Fillebrown (family), 24. First Congregational (Unitarian) Church of Somerville, 21. First Church Gathering, 75. Fiske,