the fort in the name of England, while waiting for one, William Tufts, a boy of eighteen, climbed the staff with his red coat
Medford, May 25, 1771.
This Day died here, Mr. William Tufts, jun., aged about 44 Years, and left a widow and a Numbeer than in those of the writers who have omitted to mention Tufts' name.
Parkman, who will be spoken of later, covers the pethe boys and girls will know all the history concerning William Tufts and also of the events in which he took part.
When td three boys won prizes.
The description of No. 72 was William Tufts of Medford nailing his red coat to staff as a substitutamong records would not have us fail to mention another William Tufts out of gratitude, for no one was so able to aid seekers says, An old and faithful servant of the commonwealth, William Tufts, Esq., died at his residence in this city on Monday.
MMr. Tufts was in his seventy-fifth year, having been born in Medford, March I, 1787.
From 1815 to 1850 he was well known to a