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ese indicate the different steps of his advancement and prosperity. Probably he took some part in the affairs of the town, especially those connected with his immediate neighborhood; if he did so, it is buried in the manuscript records of Charlestown. That he was looked up to in his own family is shown by the fact that all the children called him Sir Stone. Whether or not this is a contraction of grandsire is a conundrum we cannot now answer. He was associated with Timothy Tufts, Nathaniel Hawkins, Samuel Kent, Samuel Shed, and others in the purchase from Samuel Tufts of a lot of land for a cemetery in 1804. This was the well-known rectangular lot on Somerville Avenue at the foot of School Street, on one corner of which stood the school known as the Milk Row School. There is an old Bible containing the records of Mr. John Stone and Mrs. Mary Ston's children and the time of their births. They were blessed with thirteen, two of whom died in infancy. John Stone was born Oct
m, and Martha E. Cotting, May 24, 1838. Dedham Records: Oliver Pierce, of Dedham, and Miss Mary Gardner, of West Cambridge, intention, December 25, 1842. Miss Whittemore, the trustees' report says, brought the school from a state of confusion to one of discipline, and inspired so much confidence that she was hired by the newly-elected committee of Somerville to resume her position at this school in 1842. At her examination, Friday, October 28, 1842, there were present of the committee Messrs. Hawkins, Allen, Adams, Russell, and Hill. Miss Whittemore came of a West Cambridge family. Perhaps she was this one (Arlington Records): Clarissa Davis Whittemore, daughter of Amos, Jr., born March 6, 1812, Paige's Cambridge; Amos, son of Amos Whittemore, married Rebecca Russell, of Charlestown, April 22, 1814. Clarissa D., their fourth child, baptized May 17, 1812; fifth child was Amos, a merchant and inventor; sixth child was James Russell Whittemore, born in 1818. Mrs. Cook says that Cl
in, 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 Tablets, 61. History of Somerville, 61. Hitchcock, —, 57. Hitchings, Augustus, 10. Holland, Sil<