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me as Gregory Stone. The couple probably lived in Watertown in the homestead, and possibly in Medford for some years, as Wyman mentions his name as of Medford. They were admitted from the church in Watertown to that in Shrewsbury in 1769, though t0; 8 Citching Chiers at $1.33. All the effects, especially articles of wearing apparel, are valued at a very low figure. Wyman, in his Charlestown Estates, in the list of Stones gives three names of persons who may be claimed by members of the pres the First Church of Cambridge December 30, 1803. So it would seem that they lived in Menotomy for a time. According to Wyman, they came to Charlestown from Cambridge with their family in 1782. He bought at various times, in large or small lots, ed in 1804. Jonathan owned land below Prospect Street, bounded by Miller's River. He was a house-wright, according to Wyman. It is said that he met his death by drowning in Miller's River. He was a sleep-walker, and while being anxiously follo
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Society December 8, 1908.] Columbus Tyler was born in Townsend, Vt., in 1805. He had no special education save the training of the farm, the home, the meeting-house, and the common school. At the age of twenty-one he came to Boston, and in a few months secured the position of attendant at the McLean Asylum in Somerville, Mass., and in a few years he had passed through all the grades of its services. He remained there thirty-six years. He was associated with such distinguished men as Dr. Wyman, Dr. Luther V. Bell, and Dr. Booth, and was on most friendly terms with those who succeeded him. In 1835 he married Miss Mary E. Sawyer, of Sterling, Mass. In 1862 he gave up his position at the asylum, and built a handsome residence near the corner of Central and Summer Streets. This house is now occupied by the Unitarian minister and his wife. In the house are two full-length portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler. His taste and skill in laying out his grounds were remarkable. He knew
He completed the term, and the next year at the Female Writing School, Charlestown, closely followed Reuben Swan, who had resigned February 2, 1832. According to Wyman, who gives this line of Swans, Reuben and James, the latter born in Dorchester in 1809, were the sons of Reuben Swan, Sr., and Ruth Teel, who were married in 1804 years; Louisa H. Winnik, twelve years; Mary Warren. For the summer of 1834 Miss Martha McKoun, of Charlestown, was the teacher. Mrs. Cook remembers her well. Wyman's Charlestown says that John McKoun, printer, by wife Abigail had a daughter, Martha K., born June 22, 1816. The year 1836 is interesting, as it introduces to us , next door to the schoolhouse. Other names of teachers at this school, not found upon the records, but vouched for by my informants, were: Ruth, daughter of Luke Wyman; Jason Bigelow Perry, Rindge (N. H.) Town History: John Perry (James and Lydia), baptized in West Cambridge in 1755; married (second wife) Abigail Bigelow, d
47. Cedar Street, 60. Central Square, 15, 16. Central Street, 11, 18, 19, 24, 25, 27. Champney, Richard, 53. Champney, Samuel, 53. Charles River, 11. Charles River Basin Commission, 60. Charleston, S. C., 38. Charlestown Estates, Wyman, 4, 8. Charlestown, Mass., 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 18, 20, 24, 41, 47, 55, 57. Charlestown Water Works, 57. Chapman, Edmund, 19. Chase, J. G., 57. Chelmsford, Mass., 20. Chenny, Ebenezer, 2. Chilmark, Martha's Vineyard, 23. Christ Church, N35, 36, 37. Wisconsin Territory, 80. Woburn Road School, 45. Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 27. Woman's Relief Corps, 27. Wonohaquaham Tribe of Red Men, 23. Wood, James A., 11. Wood, James Freeman, 11. Woodlawn, 63. Wood, Sarah Bolles, 11. Worcester, George P., 46. Worcester High School, 22. Worcester, Mass., 22. Wrentham, Mass., 55, 56. Wyatt's Field, 10. Wyman, Luke, 48. Wyman, Thomas B., 44, 46. Wyman, Dr., Morrill, 25. Wyman, Ruth, 48. Yorktown, Va., 57, 64.