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fts Kidder attended the Milk Row School at the time it was burned. It has come to us through a reliable source that this old building was a double decker, that is, not a two-story structure, but with a gallery running around on three sides of the schoolroom, thus affording seating capacity for gatherings of all kinds. The report of 1819 says: The district commences in Cambridge road, sweeps around the Cambridge line, runs across Milk Row by Isaac Tufts' to Winter Hill, by the house of Joseph Adams, Esq., to Mystic River, and down to the cluster of houses near the entrance of 3 Pole Lane, and over to the place of beginning. It contains sixty-one families and 106 children, from four to fourteen, about one-third of whom are under seven years of age. The following May it was voted that the new Milk Row School be erected where the former one stood. Isaac Tufts and James K. Frothingham were made a building committee, and it was decided to build of wood. The house was completed by O
r £ 130. Mr. Austin by deed dated September 6, 1801, conveyed the land to Joseph Adams for $666.67, and called it an eleven-acre lot, and bounded it southerly on aomes to the rangeway just mentioned. Thus it became a part of the estate of Joseph Adams, on another part of which estate Mr. Sargent now lives. I think Mr. Sargent married a descendant of this Mr. Adams. Joseph Adams died in 1824, leaving a will which was dated in 1823. In that will he gives to his sons, Joseph and Samuel,Joseph Adams died in 1824, leaving a will which was dated in 1823. In that will he gives to his sons, Joseph and Samuel, and to his grandchildren, William Frost, Edmund Frost, and Lucy Frost, that lot of land and the buildings on it where my son Joseph lives, containing about eleven autter a parcel of 2 acres, 1 quarter, and 36 poles, bounded northeasterly on Joseph Adams; easterly on Craigie's Road; southeasterly on a rangeway, and southwesterly acres bounded westerly on Craigie's Road; northwesterly and northeasterly on Joseph Adams; and southeasterly on a rangeway (Walnut Street) for $250.25. Mr. Wyman by d
Index Abbott, Jesse B., 12. Adams, Allena A., 67. Adams, Benjamin F., 67. Adams, Frances, 67. Adams, Frances B., 39. Adams, Henry, 31, 39. Adams, Joseph, 28, 82, 83, 85. Adams, Nathan, 83. Adams, Samuel, 82, 83. Albany, 11. Albatross, Gunboat, 52, 53, 60. Alewife Brook, 25, 87. Alexandria, 53, 57. Algiers, La., 52. Allen, Alfred, 36, 37, 39. Allen, Hannah J., 33. Allen, Henry C., 31. Allen, James M., 4, 12. Allen, John, 79. Alien, Sarah, 79. Andersonville, Ga., 16, 17. Ann Street, Boston, 73. Andrews, General, 60. Appomattox Court House, 11. Arizona, The, 60. Arlington Heights, 88, 90. Arlington, Mass., 25, 87. Arlington, Va., 11. Arnold, Irene Adalaid, 70. Arnold, Irene G. (Clark), 23, 70. Arnold, Leonard, 23, 70. Arnold, Lilla E., 72. Arnold, L. Frank, 21, 23. Arnold, Mary Ella, 22. Arnold, William J., 12. Ashland, 12. Atchafalaya River, 52. Atlantic, The. 4. Augur, General, 58, 59, 60. Austin, Nathaniel, 82. Avery Salt W