Sargent, Aaron, 73, 82, 85.
Sawyer, Charles W., 21, 22.
Sawyer, Edward K., 23.
School Holidays, List of, 53.
Second Baptist Church of Cam-bridge, 39.
Shaw, Henry, 19.
Shaw, John B., 19.
Shed, Samuel, 42.
Shepard, Isaac F., 74.
Sheridan, Major-General, 10.
Sherman, Mr., 31.
Sherman, John N., 32, 33, 35.
Sherman, General T. W., 57, 59, 60.
Shirley, Governor, 62.
Shirley, Mass., 29.
Shirley, W., 63, 65.
Six Mile House, 2.
Skehan, John, 19.
Skelton, Samuel, 83, 84.
Sleeper, Jacob, 73, 74, 75.
Smith, Addison, 19.
Society, The, 78.
Society of Cincinnati, 23.
Soley Lodge, 72.
Soley, John, 78.
Soldiers' Retreat, 5.
Somerville Avenue, 25.
Somerville Cemetery, 42,
Somerville Historical Society, 21, 22, 72.
Somerville Improvement Society, 42.
Somerville, Mass., 4, 9.
South Berwick, 31.
South Carolina, 31.
South Side Railroad, 10.
Sparhawk, Samuel, 89.
Spottsylvania, 2, 14.
Sprague, Mary, 78.
Sprague, Richard, 78
children, and three hundred men,
People professing themselves of good ranke, zeale, meanes and quality. with victuals, arms, and tools, and necessary apparel, and one hundred and forty head of cattle and forty goats.
Francis Higginson and Samuel Skelton were the two most prominent and influential of the godly ministers provided by a committee of the company for this band of colonists.
Three of the vessels set sail in the early part of May, and arrived at Salem in June, the rest of the flemed Aberginians.—Prince's Annals, Sept. 13, 1628. We that are Settled at Salem make what hast we can to build Houses, so that within a short time we shall have a faire Towne.
On July 20th, a day set apart for fasting and prayer, Higginson and Skelton were respectively chosen teacher and pastor, and both were ordained with simple solemnity, and on August 6th thirty persons assented to a Confession of Faith and Church Covenant according to Scripture, drawn up by Mr. Higginson, of which each of
Sherman, Capt., John, 61.
Sherman, John, Jr., killed, 61.
Sherman, Rev., John. preaches his first sermon, 45; removes to Weathersfield, 46; returns and is ordained pastor, 48; autograph, 48 n. 1; lectures to Harvard students, 49.
Sherman's Pond, 27 n. 1; singular fatality to fish in, 28.
Sickness among the settlers, 15; and mortality at Charlestown, 22.
Simmons, Rev., George, installed over Indep.
Cong. Soc., 116.
Sir Loin of beef knighted, 66 n. 1.
Skelton, Samuel, pastor at Salem, 11.
Sleepers in church kept awake, 76.
Small lots, 39, 50.
Small-pox Hospital, 80, 91.
Smith: David built Brick Tavern, 89, 90; Samuel built Prospect House, 89.
Snake Rock Hill, 106.
Soil rich in Trapelo, 81.
Soldiers' Aid Society, 111.
Soldiers drafted for Indian war, 62.
Soldiers' monument, 110.
Somersetshire, colonists from 13.
Southcot, Mr., a brave soldier, 14.
Southside. territory included in, 137.