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er, 1739, the church of the second precinct of Cambridge, that is, Menotomy, now Arlington, was organized; and letters of dismissal from other The next year Jonathan married Martha Cutler, or Cutter, of West Cambridge, May 21, 1747. Martha Cutter was a descendant, in the fourth gThey were both born in Shrewsbury, although one authority mentions Menotomy, the first, December 26, 1752, the second, March 7, 1755. Both sne source of information says he and his wife joined the church at Menotomy August 27, 1780, that they were dismissed from that church to the Cambridge December 30, 1803. So it would seem that they lived in Menotomy for a time. According to Wyman, they came to Charlestown from Camome part of their manufacturing. He married Evelina Cutter, of West Cambridge. Jonathan Stone, son of Nathaniel Tufts and Sarah (Rand) Stinning until his death, in 1896. He married Emma M. Cutter, of West Cambridge. After living for twenty years at Union Square, he moved to Ce
a Whittemore was engaged, a daughter of Jonathan Whittemore, of West Cambridge. His homestead is still standing on Massachusetts Avenue (neartablished. Mr. Russell was employed more than once to teach at West Cambridge, in the district known as the Rocks. Philemon Robbins Russell ; Joseph S. Hastings and Joanna Newton, of Westboro, married at West Cambridge June 14, 1833. Miss Whittemore, who had taught acceptably fft children. 1834-35; Norwood P. Damon, son of Parson Damon, of West Cambridge, and later employed as a teacher in the Prospect Hill School ge Divinity School; ordained at Lunenburg in 1815; installed at West Cambridge in 1835; died June 25, 1843, in his fifty-sixth year; made D. Dam Records: Oliver Pierce, of Dedham, and Miss Mary Gardner, of West Cambridge, intention, December 25, 1842. Miss Whittemore, the trustees' r(N. H.) Town History: John Perry (James and Lydia), baptized in West Cambridge in 1755; married (second wife) Abigail Bigelow, daughter of Jas
Andersonville, 34, 37. Annapolis, Md., 40. Appalachian Mountain Club, The, 24. Arlington Heights, Va., 41. Arlington, Mass., 3, 41, 43, 46. Arlington Water Works, 59. Armstrong, William H., 69. Army of the Potomac, 32. Army Record, Char55. Foxboro, Mass., 53, 54, 55. Franklin, General, 67, 81. Franklin Literary Association, 74. Franklin Street, Arlington, Mass., 48. Freetown, 5. Frost, Elisha, 46. Frost, Rebecca, 20. Fuller, J. F., 58. Gage, General, 52. Gardenvilleun, 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. Milkridge, 50. Wellington, Chary, 3. Wellington, Thomas, 3. Westboro, Mass., 45. West Cambridge Road School, 44. West Cambridge, Mass., 18, 19, 43, 45, 46, 48. Western Electric Company of Chicago, 21. West Medford, Mass., 60. Webster Avenue,