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meeting house. The Baptist society was allowed the use of the building for a Sunday school. The school numbered 241 April 23, 1819. The boys' school, kept by Messrs. Wilkins and Gordon, numbered 200 in September, 1818. Miss Carlisle seems to have been the first woman to teach in Charlestown in a school above primary grade. The trustees were of the opinion that an intelligent mistress would fill the place as well as a master. Their expectations seem to have been realized. Isaac and Joel Tufts are to have charge of the schools without the Neck for the trustees. March 18, 1819, I. Hayward's school, No. 4, was visited. An excellent teacher and gave fine exhibition. As the school at No. 5 was not satisfactory, it was closed early in consequence. Voted April 13 to report a statement of facts to the town respecting the territorial limits and number of children in District No. 3. This school went on very well under the care of Mr. Russell until the schoolhouse was destroyed by fi
Tufts, Elias Phinney, James K. Frothingham, Joel Tufts, John Soley. 1819, Rev. Edward Turner, Sa Tufts, Elias Phinney, James K. Frothingham, Joel Tufts, John Soley. 1820, the same. 1821, theme, except that Philemon R. Russell succeeds Joel Tufts. 1822, Rev. Edward Turner, Samuel Payson, that year Samuel Payson, Elias Phinney, and Joel Tufts were appointed to select a location for the There were present Messrs. Turner, Isaac and Joel Tufts, Frothingham, and a large number of interest 5 will need repairs amounting to about $75. Joel Tufts and Mr. Frothingham are authorized to attend to these repairs. May 1, 1820, Isaac and Joel Tufts are appointed to establish summer schools withd that the inhabitants will add to this sum. Joel Tufts resigns in May, and he is excused with the t. 1821-22. May 14, 1821. Voted that Messrs. Tufts and Russell establish summer schools withoormer years; that Messrs. Turner, Russell, and Tufts be a committee to attend to the erection of th
Thompson, Mrs., 93, 95, 96. Thompson Square, 84. Thompson, Thomas, 97. Thompson, Timothy, 63, 64. Thompson, Timothy, Jr., 40. Three Pole Lane, 74. Tillotson, Mr., 45. Town Hill, 100. Tremont Street, Boston, 27. Trumbal, Samll, 85. Trumbull, John, 88. Trumbull, Mary (Jones), 88. Trumbull, Richard, 41. Trumbull, Samuel, 88. Trumbull, Timothy, 15, 88. Tufts, Miss, Abigail, 93. Tufts College, 1, 2. Tufts, Edmund, 93. Tufts, Isaac, 64, 72, 73, 74, 90, 91, 92, 96. Tufts, Joel, 73, 90, 91, 92, 94. Tufts, John, 98, 99. Tufts, Nathan, 2nd., 90. 96, 97, 99. Tufts, Oliver, House, 23. Tufts, P., 72. Tufts, Peter, Jr., 21, 63, 66, 90. Tufts, Samuel, 21, 43, 63, 64. Tufts, Dr., Simon. 85. Tufts, Timothy, 21. 22, 63. Tufts, Timothy, Esq., 64. Turner, Rev., Edward, 90, 91, 94, 96, 97, 98, 99. Turner, Rev. Mr., 69. Twentieth Century Club, 2. Tyler, Jonas, 64. Underwood, J., 72. Underwood, James, 47. Union, Me., 26. Union Square, Somerville, 4, 64