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Joseph, b. 28 Feb. 1779; a child, d. 14 May 1781; Aaron, b. 3 Ap. 1782, d. 21 July 1796; James, bap. 23 May 1790. Samuel the f. resided in Menot., and d. 6 Nov. 1822; his w. Lucy d. 15 Dec. 1815, a. 65. 25. Nathan, s. of Samuel (19), m. Mehetabel Cutter 7 Feb. 1781, and had Polly, bap. 9 Dec. 1781; Harriet, bap. 29 Oct. 1783, m. Samuel Jaques, and d. 21 July 1837; Charles, b. 21 Nov. 1788, d. unm. 7 July 1807; Eliza, bap. 16 Sept. 1791, m. John Harris 1818; Sarah, b. 15 Dec. 1793, m. Henry Jaques, 1815. Nathan the f. resided within the bounds of Chs., and d. 27 Feb. 1825; his w. Mehetabel d. 3 Feb. 1832, a. 75. 26. Jonathan, s. of Samuel (19), m. Rebecca Munroe of Lex. 1 Feb. 1795, and had Rebecca, bap. 10 Jan. 1796; Sophronia, bap. 1 Oct. 1797, d. 9 Oct. 1802, and called Miranda in the Record of her death; Elbridge, bap. 26 Dec. 1802; Winslow, bap. 24 Mar. 1805; Miranda, bap. 30 Nov. 1806; Julia Ann, bap. 18 Sept. 1808; Francis Henry, bap. 25 Ap. 1819. Jonathan the f. reside
Joseph, b. 28 Feb. 1779; a child, d. 14 May 1781; Aaron, b. 3 Ap. 1782, d. 21 July 1796; James, bap. 23 May 1790. Samuel the f. resided in Menot., and d. 6 Nov. 1822; his w. Lucy d. 15 Dec. 1815, a. 65. 25. Nathan, s. of Samuel (19), m. Mehetabel Cutter 7 Feb. 1781, and had Polly, bap. 9 Dec. 1781; Harriet, bap. 29 Oct. 1783, m. Samuel Jaques, and d. 21 July 1837; Charles, b. 21 Nov. 1788, d. unm. 7 July 1807; Eliza, bap. 16 Sept. 1791, m. John Harris 1818; Sarah, b. 15 Dec. 1793, m. Henry Jaques, 1815. Nathan the f. resided within the bounds of Chs., and d. 27 Feb. 1825; his w. Mehetabel d. 3 Feb. 1832, a. 75. 26. Jonathan, s. of Samuel (19), m. Rebecca Munroe of Lex. 1 Feb. 1795, and had Rebecca, bap. 10 Jan. 1796; Sophronia, bap. 1 Oct. 1797, d. 9 Oct. 1802, and called Miranda in the Record of her death; Elbridge, bap. 26 Dec. 1802; Winslow, bap. 24 Mar. 1805; Miranda, bap. 30 Nov. 1806; Julia Ann, bap. 18 Sept. 1808; Francis Henry, bap. 25 Ap. 1819. Jonathan the f. reside
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M. Parker. 1824, Rev. James Walker, Joseph Phipps, James Russell, Samuel Gardner, Leonard M. Parker, Chester Adams, Thomas Hooper. 1825, James Russell, L. M. Parker, Chester Adams, Rev. Henry Jackson, Lot Pool, Edward Cutter, Rev. Walter Balfour. 1826, Chester Adams, Hall J. Kelley, Nathaniel H. Henchman, Rev. James Walker, Benjamin Whipple, William S. Phipps, Rev. Henry Jackson. 1827, Rev. James Walker, Chester Adams, Lot Pool, Benjamin Whipple, H. J. Kelley, Josiah S. Hurd, Henry Jaques. 1828, Benjamin Whipple, Rev. James Walker, Chester Adams, Rev. Henry Jackson, Luke Wyman, J. S. Hurd, Robert G. Tenney. 1829, the same. Our gleanings from the trustees' records and from their annual reports have been brought down to the spring of 1819. May 8 of that year Samuel Payson, Elias Phinney, and Joel Tufts were appointed to select a location for the new house without the Neck, and a week later it was voted that the new Milk Row School be erected where the former one st
8. Holden, Oliver, 44. Holland, Silas H., 12. Hooper, Thomas, 90, 99, 100. Hopkinton, Mass., 86. Hoppin, Rev. Dr., 85. Hoppin, William, 82, 85. Hopping, Nicholas, 41. Howe, Lord, 86. Hurd, Benjamin, 65. Hurd, Benjamin. Jr., 20, 46, 63. Hurd, Joseph, 42, 63, 65, 66. Hurd. Josiah S., 90. Hutchinson, Samuel, 82, 85. Independent Christian Church, 1. India, 81. Ireland, Johnny, 47. Ireland, Martha, 70, 71, 72. Jackson, Mrs., Eleanor, 70. Jackson, Rev., Henry, 90. Jaques, Henry, 90. Jaquith, Oliver, 67, 68. Jefferds, Miss, 93, 95, 96. Johnson, Captain, 83. Johnson, Elizabeth (Jeffs), 86. Johnson, Jeffs, 85, 86. Johnson, Miss, Sebrina, 93. Johnson, Zechariah, 86. Jones, Ruth, 19. Kelley, Hall J., 90. Kenney, James, 41. Kent, Samuel, 16, 21, 63, 64. Kettell, 79. Kettell, John, 63, 66. Kettell, Mary, 82. Kettell, Sarah, 86. Kilby Street. Boston. 86. Kingfisher (frigate), 80. King Philip, 84, 87. King Street, Boston, 86. Ladd, 27. La
d the Phi Beta Kappa oration at the commencement exercises August 29, 1827. The next year, June 14, 1828, he delivered the Election sermon. A number of advertisements relating to private schools in Charlestown appear in this volume:— Female school The winter term of Miss Mary A. Clark's school for the instruction of young ladies in the solid branches of education will commence on Monday next. Application for admission to this school may be made to Benjamin Swift, Chester Adams, Henry Jaques, committee. Charlestown, November 15, 1827. June 7, 1828, the private school kept by Nathaniel Magoun opens. Under date of August 9, 1828, appears the notice of a select school to be kept by Moses A. Curtis. Latin and Greek will be taught. But most interesting of these advertisements is the following, under date of February 9, 1828:— The Ursuline Community, Mt. Benedict, Charlestown, Admits-ladies from six to fourteen years of age. The garden has two acres, the whole farm
the fifty-two enrolled. The captain did not commend the teacher or the school. The Trustees (continued from Volume IV., page 90). 1830, Rev. James Walker, Rev. Linus S. Everett, Chester Adams (president), Paul Willard, Esq. (treasurer), Benjamin Thompson, Guy C. Hawkins, John Runey. 1831, the same, except that Mr. Walker was succeeded by James K. Frothingham. 1832, Paul Willard, Esq., Benjamin Thompson (secretary), Guy C. Hawkins, John Runey, James K. Frothingham (president), Henry Jaques, Joseph F. Tufts. 1833, James K. Frothingham (president), Benjamin Thompson (secretary), Paul Willard, Esq. (treasurer), Guy C. Hawkins, Joseph F. Tufts, Charles Thompson, Chester Adams. 1834, the same. 1835, Charles Thompson (treasurer), Paul Willard (secretary), Amos Hazeltine, Joseph F. Tufts, Captain Larkin Turner (president), John Stevens, Alfred Allen. 1836, Charles Thompson (president), J. W. Valentine, M. D., George W. Warren (treasurer), Alfred Allen, James Underwood,
olden, Bertha E., 53. Holden, Oliver, 73. Hollis Hall, 6. Holmes, O. W., 3, 53. Holmes' Field, 6. Holroyd, John, 20, 22. Holt, Chauncey, 90. Hooper, John C., 93. Hooper, Thomas, 22. Hovey, James, 77, 80, 83. Hovey, W., 15. Hunnewell, William, 13. Hurd, J. Stearns, 20, 21. Hutchinson, H., 15. Hutchinson, Thomas, 11. Hyde, Adeline, 17. Inman Street, Cambridge, 9. Ireland, George W., 56. Ireland, John, 10, 56. Jackson, Rev., Henry, 16, 18, 46. Jaques, Fannie C., 53. Jaques, Henry, 23, 48. Jaques, Colonel, Samuel, 89, 90. Jaqtith, Miss, 52. Jaquith, O., 81. Jaquith, Mrs., Polly, 17. Jeemes, J., 15. Jeffurds, Mary W., 51, 67. Jenks, Joseph W., 46. Jewett, Henry I., 71. Johnson, C. A., 82. Johnson, Elizabeth L., 72. Johnson, Jotham, 12. Jones, Mary E., 82, 83. Jones, Roxanna, 17. Joy, Benjamin, 12. Judkins, R., 15, 19, 20. Kelly, Hall J., 10, 17, 18. Kendall, Isaac, 71. Kent house, 60. Kent, Jonathan, 10. Kent, Samuel, 10. Kidder, A. M., 53. Ki
Historic leaves, volume 1, April, 1902 - January, 1903, Ten Hills Farm, with Anecdotes and Reminiscences (search)
Jacques, who was a feudal baron in Normandy, France, in the year 878. Authentic records are in existence from 1066, when Rolande de Jacques was one of the knights who attended King William The Conqueror at the battle of Hastings (see Doomsday Book). The family continued to be of much consideration in Sussex and Suffolk. Sir Richard Jaques, as the name was then called, was the head of the family in the county of York. In 1503 Sir Roger Jaques, Lord of Elvington, was made mayor of York. Henry Jaques was the first to settle in America. He came to Newbury, Mass., in 1640, in company with Benjamin Woodridge. Samuel Jaques, the sixth from Henry, and the subject of this sketch, was born September 1, 1777, in Wilmington, Mass. He married Harriett Whittemore. In 1814 Colonel Samuel Jaques came to Charlestown, and here he was engaged in the West India goods business, being one of the firm of Jaques & Stanley. He was also inspector-general of hops, and interested largely in the exportati
or General A. P., III.—24. Hill, James, IV.—29. Hill, Richard, IV.—29. Holden, George W., I.—31, 32. Holden, Simon, house of, I.—32. Holt, Chauncey. II.—16, 19. Hopkins Classical School, II.—28. Home, Susan, I.—7. Houston, Major D. C., IV.—30. Hoyt, Frank, I.—11. Independent Fusileers, Boston, I. James River. I.—39; II.—38. Jaques Family, origin of, IV.—13. Jaques, George, IV.—10, 15. Jaques, George M., IV.—15, 20. Jaques, Harriett, IV.—18. Jaques, Henry, IV.—13. Jaques, Colonel, Samuel, II.—13, 17, 19; IV.—12, 13, 15 to 20. Jaques, Colonel, Samuel, farm of, how stocked, IV.—14. Jaques, Colonel, Samuel, tenants of, II.—19. Jaques, Sir, Richard, IV.—13. Jaques, Sir, Roger. IV.—13. Jaques, William, II.—16, 19. Jaques & Stanley, IV.—14. Jerusalem Plank Road, II.—38. Johnson Family, The, II.—26. Kenneson, Albert, II.—19. Kenneson, Albert, home of, III.—20.