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e boys were regularly engaged to sweep out the schoolhouse. It was made very easy, two or three boys one week, and so on. The best playground round the Square was a ten-acre lot near the Hawkins House. A building used to stand on it. Later Uncle Robert hauled one home from near there, with twenty-four yoke of oxen. Robert Aldersey Vinal, son of Robert and Lydia (Stone) Vinal, born in Boston March 16, 1821, entered the grain business with his father; then formed a partnership with Edwin Munroe, and later with his brother, Quincy A. He was interested in the development of the town, and served as selectman, town treasurer, and member of the water board. He, with his brother Quincy, was a charter member of the Boston Corn Exchange, now the Boston Chamber of Commerce. He was active in the First Congregational Society in Somerville, was its treasurer for a number of years, and superintendent of the Sunday School. He married Almira L. Pierce, of Revere, and after living a few year
Historic leaves, volume 8, April, 1909 - January, 1910, Report of the Committee on Necrology. (search)
1885. In the year of his retirement from active participation in business, the manufacture of telephones was transferred to the Western Electric Company of Chicago, where his interests continued to within a year of his death. Mr. Williams married in 1864 Caroline Adelaide Cole, third daughter of Mr and Mrs. Erastus E. Cole, residents of this city from the year 1846. Mr. Williams followed in the faith of his father, in the Cross Street Universalist Church. His father, asssociated with Edwin Munroe, Erastus E. Cole, and others, was one of the founders and builders of the First Church, and when it was completed Mr. Williams, Sr., became the first superintendent of the Sunday School, remaining its head for many years. Upon his retirement, he was succeeded as superintendent by his son, Charles Williams, Jr. Mr. Williams always retained his interest in the church, and was willing to contribute to its support. He left a widow and two children. The children of the union were: Lester Ho
h Regiment of Militia, and retired with the rank of colonel. He served in the Legislature of 1852 and 1853; was selectman sixteen years; chairman of War Committee during the Rebellion; for thirty years treasurer of the Congregational Society. He married November 11, 1828, Sally Wilson, daughter of Major Supply and Sally (Scripture) Wilson, of New Ipswich. They had nine children. He was living in 1875. [To be Continued.] of Rindge, N. H., and brother of Miss Perry already mentioned; a Mr. Munroe; and Miss Georgiana Adams, of Medford. During the summer of 1838 repairs were made on the school building, under the direction of the local trustees, Alfred Allen and James Underwood, at an expense of $248.74. From December, 1839, when the first grammar school on Somerville soil was established at Prospect Hill, until the division of the town, the school we have been considering was known as the ungraded district school in the Russell District. On the formation of Somerville in 1842
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., 1Munroe, 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 Historic Genealogical Society, 62. New England Primer, 78. New Ipswich, N. H., 48. New Orleans, La., 62, 64, 65, 66, 67, 80, 81, 82. Newton Centre, Mass., 58. Newton, Joanna, 45. Newton, Mass., 22. Nineteenth Army Corps, 65. Nineteenth Army Corps, History of the, 64. Ninetieth Pennsylvania, 32. Noble, Mary Ann, 10. North Star, Transport,