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f this Improvement Society that the granite tablets marking the many historic sites in Somerville were erected by the city. This Society, of which J. O. Hayden was President, may be said to have been the forerunner of the Somerville Historical Society. Inscriptions in the Milk Row Cemetery copied by Miss Clariana Bailey in 1857:— Tomb No. 1Samuel Tufts1805 ———— Tomb No. 2Timothy Tufts1805 ———— Tomb No. 3John Tapley Jotham Johnson Ambrose Cole Reuben Hunt1817 ———— Tomb No. 4John Ireland Benjamin Hadley Daniel Major1850 ———— Tomb No. 5Samuel Cutter Edward Cutter Moses Whitney Fitch Cutter Ebenezer F. Cutter1852 ———— Tomb No. 6John TuftsMay 1, 1852 ———— Tomb No. 7The Heirs of Samuel Frost's tombSept., 1832 ———— Tomb No. 8John Tailor Oliver Tailor John B. Fisk1838 Sacred to the Memory of Rhoda Kent, wife of Samuel Kent, who was born in West Cambridge, Jan. 2, 1763, and died Dec. 28, 1840, aged 78. T
t in our case, too, for on September 4, 1765, eight years before that receipt had been given, John Ireland for £ 100 mortgaged twelve acres to David Phipps, which he says is my half of twenty-four acr premises bounded on Walnut Street, although one would not learn it from this description. John Ireland died in 1788 insolvent. He owed £ 29, and had only £ 22 of apparent assets, and they hunted ed that it had been sold for taxes. There is no deed on record, so far as I have found, by John Ireland, conveying his equity in the land which he mortgaged to Mr. Phipps, and, as I have said, his our locus, a five-acre lot, was bounded easterly on a rangeway (Walnut Street); northerly on John Ireland; westerly on John Ireland, and southerly on a rangeway (Barberry Lane). This mortgage ran to John Ireland, and southerly on a rangeway (Barberry Lane). This mortgage ran to Thomas Flucker. Flucker had one of those delicate constitutions which could not endure the atmosphere of ‘74 and ‘75, and for all I know he and David Phipps went together. They went for the same rea