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was twice married, but has no children of her own to comfort her in her declining years. The three who came died as children, but she treasures the memory of their sweet voices, and speaks with pride of one of them who could hum with his father every tune the latter knew, at the age of eleven months. Of all the descendants of Mary Stone Bonner, this lady, who was her granddaughter, most resembles her in appearance. In the year 1805 another sister, Lucy, left home. She was married by Rev. Dr. Morse on November 3 to David Bolles, of Richmond, N. H. Of the five children of this couple, two died in infancy, and one, at least, lived in Somerville in after years. This one, Lucy Stone Bolles, was married to James Freeman Wood January 7, 1841, by Rev. William Hague. They lived in Boston on Federal Street for twenty years, then moved to Somerville, where Mr. Wood died October 10, 1864, at the age of fifty-four years. The widow lived on Bow Street for many years. The last years of her l
, of Norton; she was born July 7, 1723, and died May 8, 1780. Their children were: Joseph, Nehemiah, Jr., Jacob, and Mercy. Joseph, son of Nehemiah, Sr., was born in Norton June 25, 1749; he married, May 7, 1773, Joanna Morse, daughter of Elisha Morse; she was born September 17, 1751, and died December 6, 1837. Joseph Eliot was a minute-man of the Revolution, and marched at the Lexington alarm, April 20, 1775, for Boston; he served through the siege of Boston and, reenlisting, through the e Saratoga campaign under General Gates; he died of disease while in the service, December 15, 1777. C. D. Elliot had his powder horn, canteen, and bayonet, and his letters to his wife while he was in the army. The children of Joseph and Joanna (Morse) Eliot were: Joel and Hannah. Joel was born August 30, 1775, and died at Foxboro, Mass., July 23, 1864; his wife, Mary Murray (Flagg) Elliot, was born in Cambridge July 14, 1782, and died in Foxboro January 23, 1865; she was daughter of Timothy
, Boston, Mass., 23. McKoun, Abigail, 46. McKoun, Martha, 46. McLean Asylum, 25, 26. Meade, General, 32. Medford Street, 7, 71. Medord, Mass., 5, 21, 48, 55. Menotomy, 3, 4, 6. Metropolitan Park Commission, 60. Middlesex Bleachery, 10, 19. Middlesex Fells Reservation, 60. Milk Row, 7, 47. Milk Row School, 7, 8, 10, 15, 41, 43, 56. Miller's River, 8, 59. Milton, Mass., 20. Mississippi River, 65, 67, 82. Mitchelson, Marshal-General, Edward, 53. Mobile, Ala., 68. Morse, Elisha, 54. Morse, Joanna, 54. Morse, Rev. Dr., 10. Mt. Auburn, 27. Mt. Holly, Vt., 55, 56. Munroe, —, 48. Munroe, Edwin, 17, 21. Munroe, Henry, 56. Myles, Rev., John, 53. Myles Standish and the Plymouth Explorers, 61. Mystic, No. 6, 14. Mystic Pumping Station, 60. Mystic River, 51, 71. Mystic Valley Parkway, 50. Nahant, Mass., 13. Napoleon, 69, 77. Nathan Tufts Park, 51. National Geographic Society, 62. Naval School Hospital, 40. New Bridge, 9. New England His