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Strangers in Medford, (continued from Vol. 6, no. 4).
Major. Tavern keeper.Boston, June 2, 1760Tenant of Col. Royall.
Gould, AbrahamMar. court, 1758Servant of Benj. Peirce.
Gould, ElizabethReading, April 12, 1762In house of Nathan Tufts.
Gray, John, and familyDec. 28, 1750
Green, Francis (?)Aug. 31, 1797
Green, IsaacApr. 16, 1784(Wife and family.)
Maria (wife)Brookline, Mayor June, 1764Dec. 3, 1764
Greenough, Andrew (Hall?)Boston, September, 1769Oct. 8, 1770In family of Andrew Hall.
Greenough, JohnJan. 30, 1791
Hadley, AbigailStoneham, Aug. 23, 1766In family of Widow Sarah Connory.
Son of Samuel.Stoneham, February, 1762Jan. 1, 1763Apprentice to Benj. Willis.
th Mrs. Rowson's school, who belonged in Medford, I have obtained the following list:
Mar1775, was the daughter of John and Lucy Smith Brooks.
She married Rev. George O'Kill Stuart, York, Upper Canada.
（Boston Weekly Magazine, October 8, 1803.)
Lucia Gray is given as the daughter of William Gray of Medford, and married Samuel Swett.
Her daughter married the artist, Mr. Francis Alexander.
The granddaughter of LuLucia Gray is Francesca Alexander, the talented translator and illustrator of Roadside Songs of Tuscany.
It was Ruskin's enthusiastic appreciation of her work that made the name of Francesca widely known.
She is a cousin of Mrs. Edwin N. Hallowell of Medford.
Catherine Thompson, born June 24, 1784, was the daughter of Ebenezer
Possibly the strongest reason that drew them was to be near their daughter Lucia, twelve years old, who was a pupil at Mrs. Susanna Rowson's celebrated private school.
If class prophecies were then in order, and it had been foretold that Lucia Gray would have a daughter who would live beyond a century's mark, and a granddaughter who would be well known in the world of art and letters, it might have seemed like a wild flight of fancy, but it would have run parallel with the true course of owed with poetic gifts.
She became well known as an author and illustrator, and Ruskin, who was a friend of mother and daughter, thought very highly of this talented American girl.
Francesca died in February, 1917.
Another granddaughter of Lucia Gray, Mrs. Edward N. Hallowell, for many years a resident of West Medford, visited Mrs. Alexander in Florence on the occasion of the latter's one hundredth anniversary of her birth, and found her aunt as bright as a woman of fifty.
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