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o reform him, so I will begin with John Stone's grandfather, who was the next in line from Samuel, who was the grandson of Gregory, and with whom the first paper, above referred to, closed. Jonathan Stone, the son of Samuel Stone, was born in Concord February 8, 1687. He married Cheree Adams, of Concord, November 17, 1712. Cheree Adams was the daughter of Margaret Eames, the little girl who was kidnapped by the Indians, carried to Canada, but fortunately rescued. Very little information aConcord, November 17, 1712. Cheree Adams was the daughter of Margaret Eames, the little girl who was kidnapped by the Indians, carried to Canada, but fortunately rescued. Very little information about this member of the Stone family outside of the probate papers can be found, beyond the mention of the baptisms of his children in the church records of Lexington, and the fact that he owned the covenant, a form of joining the church, necessary in the case of the baptism of children, and voluntarily performed by the parents on that occasion. Some time previous to 1727 he moved to Watertown, with his wife and family of five children. In 1727 or 1728 Chary Stone, with several others, was
. Historical papers. Between February 8 and August 9, 1890, he contributed to the Somerville Journal nine articles on the following subjects: Revolutionary Landmarks; Aborigines; The First National Flag; Paul Revere's Ride and the March to Concord; British Retreat from Concord; Battle of Bunker Hill; Old Roads; Historic Tablets; Historic Somerville; and, following these, The Early History of Ten Hills Farm, Somerville Journal, November 8, 1890, and May 23, 1891; Somerville in War Times, aConcord; Battle of Bunker Hill; Old Roads; Historic Tablets; Historic Somerville; and, following these, The Early History of Ten Hills Farm, Somerville Journal, November 8, 1890, and May 23, 1891; Somerville in War Times, and Early History of Somerville, Somerville Journal, Semi-Centennial Souvenir, March 3, 1892; a brief History of Somerville, in Somerville Past and Present, 1896; The Somerville Historical Society, Myles Standish and the Plymouth Explorers, Governor John Winthrop and His Ten Hills Farm, Somerville in the Revolution, all in Somerville Historical Society Souvenir, November 38- December 3, 1898; Genealogical Pamphlet, Charles Darwin Elliot-Mary Elvira Elliot, 1901; obituaries, Hon. Charles Hicks Sa
Brashear, La., 66. Brastow, George O., 62. Bridgewater Normal School, 23. Brimmer School, Boston, Mass., 23, 24. Bristol, Eng., 53. British Retreat from Concord, 61. Broadway, 5, 6. Broadway Park, 17, 59. Brookline, Mass., 58. Brooks, Phillips, 72. Brown, Ann, 43. Brown, George Hay, 82. Bryant, Wallace, 24. olburn, Joshua O., 43. Cole, Caroline Adelaide, 21. Cole, Erastus E., 21. Columbus Avenue, 6. Company E, Thirty-ninth Regiment, 32. Concord Bridge, 2. Concord, Mass., 2. Concord, N. H., 9. Cooke, S. N., 45. Cook, Susanna Russell, 44, 46. Cotting, Martha E., 47. Craigie's Bridge, 60. Cross Street, 6, 20. Cross Strese, 30. Oliver Tufts House, 82. Opelousas, La., 66. Oxford Street, 59. Paige, Rev. Lucius R., 47. Park Street, 71. Paul Revere's Ride and the March to Concord, 61. Pemberton's Factory, 32. Perkins, Joseph P., 24. Perkins, Rebecca M., 24. Perkins, Sarah P., 24. Perry, James, 48. Perry, John, 48. Perry, Jason B