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l another rangeway—now School street—came next. Farther up the hill, and near, if not on, the site of the house of Mr. Whitcomb, stood the Chester Adams house. It had been occupied by him, but at this time (1842) was owned and occupied by William Tufts, a farmer. Chester Adams was the father of the late Hon. James Adams, a prominent and much-respected citizen of Charlestown. Wyzeman Marshall, a well-known actor in his day, lived with Mr. Tufts in this house. The house is now located in tMr. Tufts in this house. The house is now located in the rear of Dr. Willis' residence, on the opposite side of Broadway. A house, new at that time, came next, owned and occupied by J. P. Staniels. Four years later it was owned and occupied by Charles Forster,—as saintly a person as ever walked the earth. His religion was a reality, and not a pretense or a cover. He lived in Charlestown before he came to Somerville. It was related of him at the time by a Charlestown baker that his bill against Mr. Forster in one year for bread was over four hu<
Peter and Anne Adams, II.—22, 24. Tufts, Timothy, son of Peter of Milk Row, II.—25. Tufts, Timothy, Jr., son of Timothy and Anne Adams, II.—25. Tufts, Timothy, son of Timothy, Jr., II.—25. Tufts, Timothy, son of Isaac, II.—26. Tufts, William, son of Nathaniel, I.—22, 23. Tufts, William, 1842, III.—21. Tufts, William Sumner, son of Asa, II.—24. Union Square, L—22, 23; III.—17. Unitarian Church, First, I.—11, 13; III.—17. Universalist Church, First, Cross Street, IIITufts, William, 1842, III.—21. Tufts, William Sumner, son of Asa, II.—24. Union Square, L—22, 23; III.—17. Unitarian Church, First, I.—11, 13; III.—17. Universalist Church, First, Cross Street, III.—17. Ursuline Convent, The, II.—13, 14; III.—21. Usher, Lieutenant Governor, IV.—10. United States Ordnance Property, I.—21. United States Infantry, 2nd, I.—34. Vaughan Road, II.—38. Vikings, The, I.—21. Vinal Family, The, I.—24. Walker, Major, Timothy, Estate of, III.—20. Walnut Hill, II.—21, 23. Walnut Hill Schoolhouse, location of, III.—20. Walnut Street, I.—24; III.—14, 20. Walpole, N. H., II.—26.