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Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Charlestown schools within the peninsula Revolutionary period (search)
put the old one in repair. As this committee desired to be excused, David Wood, Jr., Captain Cordis, and Samuel Henley, Esq., were chosen in their places. These are all the items I find on the subject, and I must confess my mind is in some doubt as to what were the exact school accommodations on the peninsula after the Revolution. Timothy Trumbull was town clerk and schoolmaster, 1780–‘82. The account of him in Wyman would seem to need verification. He was the son of James and Phebe (Johnson) Trumbull, and was born in 1754. At one time he was living in Andover, where he married (1778) Frances, daughter of Joseph Phipps. Wyman makes brief mention of three children, but does not allude to his son John, of Norwich, whom I find referred to on the selectmen's books. Evidently Mr. Trumbull fell ill in 1782, when his family was not with him, for Jonathan Bradshaw received out of the rent for the school lot £ 3 8s. 7d. for boarding him four weeks and four days. In their anxiety, th
Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Gregory Stone and some of his descendants (search)
eld in 1660. This was not an unusual misdemeanor in those days. In 1663-4-7 he was appointed surveyor of highways. In 1669 he was one of a committee to run the bounds between Concord and Cambridge. In 1673 he was appointed constable, an office somewhat similar to that of townsman or selectman. Later he was commissioned to looke after the Common fencis for the farmes neere Concord. Upon complaint made by him and Joseph Merriam, his brother-in-law, of the low and pore Condifhon of John Johnson, the selectmen doe reqeft Samuell Stone and Joseph Merriam to take care for his fuply for his present nefefitye, and tobe fupplyed out of the town rate from the Constable Ifack Stones, not exceeding fourty fhillings untill further order be taken. In 1681 he was appointed selectman, and also in 1688 and 1692; the selectmen then performed the duty of assessors, until 1697, except in the year 1694. He was also appointed on a committee to make a rate for the ministry in 1683 and 1691, an
ackson, Dr. Charles T., 9. Jackson, Edward, 76. Jackson, Patrick T., Esq., 8. Jackson, Richard, 76. James, King, 27, 28, 77. Jane, 88. Jaques, Colonel, 24, 41. Jaques, William, 41. Jenner, Thomas, Town Clerk, 11. Jenny, 88. Johnson, John, 82. Jones, Dorcas, 85. Jones, Ruth, 68. Keene, Sarah A. (Vinal), 71. Kendall's Boston Brass Band, 2. Kent, Benjamin, 88. Kent, Ebenezer, 43, 88. Kent, Joseph, 14, 15, 16, 88. Kent, Lucy, 89. Kent, Mehitable, 88. Kent, Rebecca, Thorning,, 24. Three Pole Lane, 24. Tindall, Margaret, 26. Torrey, —, 22, 24. Town Hill, 67. Trevett, Robert, 12. Tring, Hertfordshire, Eng., 65. Trinity College, 25. Trumbull, Frances, 68. Trumbull, James, 67. Trumbull, Phoebe (Johnson), 67. Trumbull, Timothy, 67, 68. Tufts, Abby, 22. Tufts, Albert Clifford, 20, 21. Tufts, Anne Adams, 89. Tufts, Asa, 22, 42. Tufts, Charles, 70. Tufts College, 70. Tufts, Cotton, 17, 18. Tufts, Daniel, 24. Tufts, Edmund, 22, 38, 41.