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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 2., The development of the public School of Medford. (search)
f smallpox 1747April-Jan. '48Caleb Upham1744from Maiden 1748Aug.-May, '51Samuel Angier1748From Cambridge, d. 1775 17511 monthCotton Tufts1749b. 1732 Medford. 1751Aug.-June, '52John Wiswall1749From Boston, b. 15 Apr. 1731 FromToHarvard ClassNotes 1752July-Aug. '52William Symmes1750b. 21 Aug. 1729, Charlestown 1752Sept.-Apr. '53John Feveryear1751 1753Sept.-June, '58Samuel Angier1748from Cambridge 1758Sept.-Feb. ‘60William Whitmore1744d. Mch. 10, 1760, small pox 1760July-Oct. ‘60Roland Green1758from Malden 1760Nov.-Mch. ‘62Samuel Payson1758from Walpole 1762Mch.-Jan. ‘63Christopher Bridge Marsh1761from Boston 1763Jan.-June, ‘66Samuel Angier1763from Lexington 1766June-Dec. ‘66Alexander Sears Hill1764from Boston 1767Jan-Sept. ‘68John Page1765from Boston 1768Oct.-July, ‘69Asa Dunbar1767from Bridgewater 1769Aug.-Aug. ‘71Daniel Newcomb1768from Norton Girls first had the privilege of attending the Town school in accordance with a vote passed May 13, 1766, that