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er Lane54166.00 Walter Russell70145.00 Noah Russell71168.00 James Russell67157.00 Jas. Russell & son Walter11 gal.101.00 Solomon Prentiss & Nathan Robbins5776.32 Daniel Reed64132.00 Amos Warren79122.22 Jonathan Whittemore32 Samuel Whittemore80146.00 Amos Whittemore4248.00 William Whittemore, Jr.1264.00 William Whittemore, Jr.10232.00 William Whittemore, Jr.39148.00 William Whittemore, Jr.41136.00 Amos Whittemore, Jr.59171.00 Jeduthun Wellington3240.00 Seth Wyman7247.00 Samuel F. Wyman88128.00 Gershom Williams75125.00 Jona. & Thaddeus Winship1 gal.98.00 Joseph B. Wyman42120.00 Stephen Wheeler14214.00 In this year the wall was directed to be moved back at the East corner of the Burying Ground, and a hearse procured for the benefit of the parish. Fifty dollars were appropriated this year for the encouragement of singing. The officers of the Northwest Parish of Cambridge Singing Society, on June 7, 1805, were Artemas Kennedy president, David Hill secretary,
sed of three persons. The Prudential Committee to be of four, one each for the Northwest, Centre, Southeast and Southwest wards. The appropriation for schools, in 1827, was $600; $110 for a master's school and $40 for a mistress's school in each ward. Besides the selectmen the following citizens were members of the school committee of West Cambridge before this period: John Perry, 1822; Timothy Wellington, 1822; Charles Wellington, 1822, 1824, 1825; Miles Gardner, 1822, 1824, 1825; Samuel F. Wyman, 1822; Jonathan M. Dexter, 1823; Joshua Avery, 1823-1826; Ephraim Cutter, 1823; James Hill, 1823, 1826; Isaac Locke, 1823; Benjamin Locke, 1823; Amos Whittemore, Jr., 1823; William Adams, 1823; Jeremiah Russell, 1823; James Perry, 1824; Nathaniel Hill, 1824, 1826; William Prentiss, 1824; William Cotting, 1824-1826; Eliakim Nason, 1824-1826; Jonas Peirce, Jr., 1825, 1826; Joseph Locke, 1825, 1826; Jonathan Frost, 2d, 1825; Amos Hill, 1826; William Hill, 1826. The prudential school com
m. Mara Cooper, 23 May, 1791. See Paige, 621; Wyman, 725. Pamelia A., m. William L. Clark, 17 Mayife was Hannah Belknap, m. about———, 1730, per Wyman. Payson, Samuel, had George Henry, bap. in were m. 14 Oct. 1742—Charlestown Records. See Wyman, 739, Nos. (4) (10). She may be the Lydia, whoe of Ebenezer was Sarah Peirce of Chas.—Paige; Wyman, 773. 2. Ebenezer, s. of Ebenezer (1), had . this Pct. 6 Aug. 1741—see Cutter (par. 5); Wyman, 774. Hephzibah, m. Rev. Jacob Foster, of Berwick, 13 Oct. 1756. See Wyman, 775. Mary, m. Elisha Withington, 12 Apr. 1768. Lydia, m. Edward Fil d. 26 Aug. 1805, a. 50, supposed (Paige, 633; Wyman, 775). Ellis (soldier), d. 18 Mar. 1813, a. 33 at Daniel Rat-Mond's), d. 31 July, 1771. See Wyman, 800. read and Reed. See Paige, 638-9. Se3, a. 32. Thomas d. 7 June, 1776, a. 40. See Wyman's Chas., 804. 3. Daniel, s. of Seth (1), m.87. He was a Precinct assessor, 1797-99. See Wyman, 803, 804. 4. Daniel, s of Daniel (3), had [17 m