Browsing named entities in Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909. You can also browse the collection for John Tufts or search for John Tufts in all documents.

Your search returned 6 results in 4 document sections:

ilment of holidays was made; both Wednesday and Saturday afternoons were to be granted, but aside from this concession the actual number of days when school did not keep was reduced to fourteen for the year, viz.: Election day, Fast day, the day after the April examinations, June 1, June 17, July 4, and in August, the days of holding the American Institute (not more than four probably), Commencement day at Harvard, the day after the October examinations, Thanksgiving day, Christmas day. John Tufts and others, about this time, enter a petition for the removal of the schoolhouse in Milk Row, and the matter is referred to three trustees, including Mr. Hawkins. This seems to be the first move towards establishing a school at Prospect Hill on Medford Street. The petition was justified, as the school population of the district had now increased to 127. In the spring of 1834 Mr. Sherman was succeeded by Ann W. Locke, who, following such a popular teacher, seems to have had her troubles
s President, may be said to have been the forerunner of the Somerville Historical Society. Inscriptions in the Milk Row Cemetery copied by Miss Clariana Bailey in 1857:— Tomb No. 1Samuel Tufts1805 ———— Tomb No. 2Timothy Tufts1805 ———— Tomb No. 3John Tapley Jotham Johnson Ambrose Cole Reuben Hunt1817 ———— Tomb No. 4John Ireland Benjamin Hadley Daniel Major1850 ———— Tomb No. 5Samuel Cutter Edward Cutter Moses Whitney Fitch Cutter Ebenezer F. Cutter1852 ———— Tomb No. 6John TuftsMay 1, 1852 ———— Tomb No. 7The Heirs of Samuel Frost's tombSept., 1832 ———— Tomb No. 8John Tailor Oliver Tailor John B. Fisk1838 Sacred to the Memory of Rhoda Kent, wife of Samuel Kent, who was born in West Cambridge, Jan. 2, 1763, and died Dec. 28, 1840, aged 78. The Faithful Mother. Sacred to the Memory of Samuel Kent, who was born at Charlestown, Nov. 21, 1760, and died April 4, 1835, aged 75 years. The Good Father.
etween this parcel of land and the land of Fosdick; thence running southwesterly on and by said rangewax to a lane; thence on said lane northwesterly to land of John Tufts; thence northeasterly on land of said Tufts; thence southeastern (by the Boston & Lowell Railroad); thence easterly; thence southeasterly on and by said CraigieTufts; thence southeastern (by the Boston & Lowell Railroad); thence easterly; thence southeasterly on and by said Craigie's Road, and thence easterly to the first-named bounds; containing 13 acres, 3 qrs., and 21.82 rods. In 1836, Sleeper conveyed his undivided half part to Amos and Abbott Lawrence, brothers, well and favorably known in Boston a half century and more ago. Subsequently the Lawrences reconveyed to Sleeper. True conveyed his interest now. The names of these highways, it is true, have been changed, but that is all. Barberry Lane is now Highland Avenue; a rangeway (erroneously called land of John Tufts in the deed) is School Street; the aristocratic Boston & Lowell Railroad, with its original par value of $5100 per share for its stock, is now substantially the
Thorpe, Harriet S., 47. Thorpe, Ira, 47. Thorpe, Mr., 74. Torrey, Mary P., 46. Torrey, Melzar, 83, 84. Towne, Orr N., 74. Training Field Grammar School, 22. Tremlett, Colonel Henry M., 12. Tremlett, Lieutenant-Colonel, 6, 9. Trowbridge, Edmund, 82. Trull, Ezra, 22. True, William, 73. Tufts, Albert, 48, 65. Tufts, Barnard, 83. Tufts, Benjamin 44. Tufts, Bowen Adams, 32. Tufts, Charlotte C., 45. Tufts, Captain, Francis, 33. Tufts, George F., 46. Tufts, Isaac, 28. Tufts, John, 33, 43, 73. Tufts, Joseph, 82, 85. Tufts, Lydia N., 45. Tufts, Martha, 33. Tufts, Samuel, 42, 43. Tufts, Sarah Ann, 65. Tufts, Sarah Mead, 32. Tufts, Susan, 45. Tufts, Susan W., 45. Tufts, Thomas, 32. Tufts, Timothy, 30, 31, 32, 42, 43, 45. Tufts, Timothy W., 45. Turkey Hill, 88, 90. Turner, Rev., Edward, 28. Twombly, James, 36. Tyler, Elizabeth, 24. Underwood, James, 36. Underwood, Mrs., 35. Union Square, 35. Upper Winter Hill Primary, 36. Utica, Transport, 12.