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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 16., Distinguished guests and residents of Medford. (search)
ily were Josiah, David, Charles, Rinaldo. She married first a Christopher Legge, had a son named Christopher Lucius Legge, who, when his mother married John Augustus Stone, took the name of Stone. By her second husband she had a son named Henry F. Stone. Her third husband was Nathaniel H. Bannister, who was born in Baltimore and died in New York, 1847. He was not related to her father's family. Each of these was an actor, the latter being also an author. He wrote the equestrian drama, Peater, in 1853, Mrs. Bannister was the representative of the revengeful yet sympathizing Cassy. She died in New Jersey about 1879. The dates of her marriage can be approximately determined by facts. In 1817 she was known as Mrs. Legge, as Mrs. Stone in 1855. After a few years' absence from New York she reappeared as Mrs. Bannister. She seems always to have appeared under her own name; for her stage career we have relied upon the printed authorities mentioned above. Mrs. Bannister was