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een found in the records of the Firsh Parish, Cambridge. Comparison of dates shows that the children were baptized in from four to fifteen days after birth. It may be further noted that Mary Stone was baptized Polly Tufts, that Hannah was given Adams for a middle name, and John the name of Cutter. John Stone owned a pew in the First Parish Church, and in all probability attended church there. It seems safe to surmise that the children went to the Milk Row School, a description of which Mr. Hawes has given us in his papers on the schools of Charlestown. Most of the children on their marriage settled, it might be said, within a stone's throw of the old homestead. One lived in East Cambridge for a time, and two or more in Boston. John Cutter Stone, the oldest son, owned land on the southerly side of Union Square, as far down as Prospect Street. That he married and settled near is shown by the record of the baptism, by her own desire, of his wife, Eliza Stone, on the presentati
The Walnut Hill School. By Frank M. Hawes. [Read Before the Somerville Historical Society February 9, 1909.] From a perusal of the names of persons selected year by year to look after the interests of the outlying schools of Charlestown, it will be safe to conclude that a school district, extending well up to Arlington Centre from the Powder House, was in existence by 1730, or as early as the more famous one, long known as the Milk Row School, whose history has appeared in Historic Leaves. From 1790, and for a number of years thereafter this school, which we have designated by its location the Alewife Brook School, was known as School No. 3. Previous to 1786 there was no public school building. We are justified in making this statement from several references on the town records to private rooms that were hired for school purposes. In the warrant, February 28, 1785, for the coming town meeting is the following: To know the minds of the town, what they will do with regar
Historic leaves, volume 8, April, 1909 - January, 1910, Address of F. M. Hawes at Memorial service October 31, 1909. (search)
Address of F. M. Hawes at Memorial service October 31, 1909. My personal relations with Charles D. Elliot were not of many years' standing. We were brought together, especially, as members and fellow-workers of the Somerville Historical Society. I can say I never came away from an interview with him without feeling I had learned something of historical interest; without being enriched by his estimate of men, or his wide knowledge of affairs. Our tastes along historical lines and our views of life I found to be so congenial that I rejoiced greatly to have found in such a kindred spirit one who, by his enthusiasm and his fuller grasp of subjects, could lead me farther on the road which I had chosen. We all miss his companionship and cheer, and his loss to this Society is irreparable. In selecting from the copious notes supplied me by the family, I may fail to touch upon all the salient features of his life, although even the minutest details have proved interesting to me.
3. Great Bromley, Essex County, Eng., 1. Green, Marshal-General, John, 53. Grover, Benjamin, 9. Grover, Elizabeth, 9. Grover, General, 65, 66, 68. Hague, Rev., William, 11. Hale, Sarah Josepa (Buell), 31. Haley, Mary A., 25. Hanneman Tub, 14. Hapgood, Emily (Chase), 22. Hapgood, Nahum R., 22. Harvard College, 29, 46. Harvard Square, 9. Hastings, Jonas, 45. Hastings, Joseph S., 45. Hastings, Lucy, 45. Hatch.,——, 45. Haverhill Historical Society, 64, 83. Hawes, Frank M., 8, 41, 72. Hawes, Levi L., 64. Hawkins, Guy C., 47. Hawkins House, 5, 17. Hawkins, Nathaniel, 7, Hayes, John S., 50. Haynes, Amos, 44. Haynes, Susan E., 44. Hayward, Grace H., 24. Hayward, Henry S., 24. Haywood, J., 43. Heath, General, William, 77. Henchman, Nathaniel H., 43. Hicks, John, 54. Hicks, Zachariah, 53. Highland Avenue, 24, 60. Hill, Ira, 59. Hill, James, Jr., 47. Historical Papers by Charles D. Elliot, 61. Historic Somerville, 61. Historic Tablet
Historic leaves, volume 8, April, 1909 - January, 1910, Officers of Somerville Historical Society (search)
Officers of Somerville Historical Society 1909-1910 PresidentFrank M. Hawes First Vice-PresidentLevi L. Hawes Second Vice-PresidentF. D. Lapham Third Vice-PresidentJohn F. Ayer Recording SecretaryMrs. Florence E. Holmes Corresponding SecretaryMrs. Ella R. Hurd TreasurerWilliam B. Holmes Librarian and CuratorJ. Albert Holmes Councillors-at-LargeRev. Francis A. Gray L. Roger Wentworth Anna P. Vinal Standing committees for year 1909-10 Publication Mr. Frank M. HawesMr. Frank M. Hawes Mrs. Sara F. Stone Carpenter Mr. Samuel C. Earle Mr. Sam Walter Foss Necrology Miss Elizabeth A. Waters Rev. Francis A. Gray Mr. Samuel C. Earle Historic Sites Mr. Joseph O. Hayden Mr. Aaron Sargent Mr. John F. Ayer Mr. Amos W. Shepard Essays and Bddresses Mr. John F. Ayer Mr. Seth Mason Mr. William E. Brigham Miss Florence E. Carr Library and cabinet Mr. Levi L. Hawes Mrs. Mary D. Hawes Mrs. Ellen P. Angier Military Records Mr. John H. Dusseault Mr.