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hip Defence at the same time as Gregory Stone. The couple probably lived in Watertown in the homestead, and possibly in Medford for some years, as Wyman mentions his name as of Medford. They were admitted from the church in Watertown to that in ShMedford. They were admitted from the church in Watertown to that in Shrewsbury in 1769, though they may have lived in Shrewsbury for some years previously. He died in Shrewsbury October 3, 1805, in his eighty-first year, and his widow passed away two years later. They left a family of twelve children. The oldest, Jwo years later this land was deeded to Peter Tufts. The births of three children of Seth and Mary Stone are recorded in Medford, where they owned a pew in the church; the pew was sold by the widow in 1796. The claim that Seth Stone at any time resd transactions in which he is mentioned as of Charlestown in the years 1782 and 1785; previously he was of Cambridge and Medford; in some of the deeds he is designated as gentleman. Of the three children of Seth and Mary Stone, one daughter, Susa
Historic leaves, volume 8, April, 1909 - January, 1910, Report of the Committee on Necrology. (search)
, was one of the founders and builders of the First Church, and when it was completed Mr. Williams, Sr., became the first superintendent of the Sunday School, remaining its head for many years. Upon his retirement, he was succeeded as superintendent by his son, Charles Williams, Jr. Mr. Williams always retained his interest in the church, and was willing to contribute to its support. He left a widow and two children. The children of the union were: Lester Holmes Williams, now resident of Medford; Herbert Farmer Coe Williams, who died in 1879 at five years of age; and Mrs. Mary Williams Kidder, a resident of Winchester. Mr. Williams was of very quiet disposition, extremely fond of books and reading, and with an ambition for traveling the wide world over, in which he took great pleasure, having visited all places of interest in his own country, and a number in foreign lands, until about ten years ago, when, overtaken by disease, he rested in his beautiful home, happy in the societ
he rank of colonel. He served in the Legislature of 1852 and 1853; was selectman sixteen years; chairman of War Committee during the Rebellion; for thirty years treasurer of the Congregational Society. He married November 11, 1828, Sally Wilson, daughter of Major Supply and Sally (Scripture) Wilson, of New Ipswich. They had nine children. He was living in 1875. [To be Continued.] of Rindge, N. H., and brother of Miss Perry already mentioned; a Mr. Munroe; and Miss Georgiana Adams, of Medford. During the summer of 1838 repairs were made on the school building, under the direction of the local trustees, Alfred Allen and James Underwood, at an expense of $248.74. From December, 1839, when the first grammar school on Somerville soil was established at Prospect Hill, until the division of the town, the school we have been considering was known as the ungraded district school in the Russell District. On the formation of Somerville in 1842, and the separation of school districts
early life she was a Methodist, but later a Universalist; she was much interested in religious, literary, temperance, and soldiers' relief work. She was a respected member of several organizations. Her father, Stephen Tucker, Jr., was son of Captain Stephen and Abigail (Newell) Tucker. He was born in Charlestown, Mass., February 14, 1764, and died in Mt. Holly, Vt., December 26, 1828. During the burning of Charlestown, June 17, 1775, his mother fled with her children across the neck to Medford, constantly threatened with destruction from the British shot and shell which howled past their carriage. Stephen, Jr.'s, father was a sea captain, and was absent on a voyage at the time of the battle of Bunker Hill. Stephen, Jr., married Sibil Lawrence, December 20, 1790, at Littleton, Mass. About the year 1795 or 1796 he removed to Mt. Holly, Vt., where he was for many years town clerk, selectman, and trial justice. Sibil Lawrence, daughter of Simon and Sibil (Robbins) Lawrence, was b
vira Elliot, 1901; obituaries, Hon. Charles Hicks Saunders and Hon. Isaac Story, Historic Leaves, Vol. 1, July, 1902; The Stinted Common, Historic Leaves, Vol. 1, October, 1902; inscription for Prospect Hill Tower, Historic Leaves, Vol. 2, January, 1904; John Winthrop, Historic Leaves, Vol. 3, July, 1904; obituary, Quincy Adams Vinal, Historic Leaves, Vol. 3, October, 1904; The Blessing of the Bay, read before the Winter Hill Improvement Association, November 16, 1904; The Old Royall House, Medford, Historic Leaves, Vol. 4, April, 1905; Union Square and Its Neighborhood About the Year 1846, Historic Leaves, Vol. 6, April, 1907; Somerville's Development and Progress, Somerville Journal, May 3, 1907; Union Square Before the War, Historic Leaves, Vol. 6, July, 1907; Port Hudson, Historic Leaves, Vol. 7, October, 1908; Charles Tufts, read before the Somerville Historial Society November 24, 1908; Sketch of George O. Brastow, Somerville Journal, December 13, 1908. Mr. Elliot became a me
oanna, 45. Newton, Mass., 22. Nineteenth Army Corps, 65. Nineteenth Army Corps, History of the, 64. Ninetieth Pennsylvania, 32. Noble, Mary Ann, 10. North Star, Transport, 65. North Street, 45. Norton North Precinct, 53. Norton, Mass., 53. Norwich, Conn., 22. Nutting, John, 53. Oasis Lodge, I. O. O. F., 23. Oglethorpe Guard House, 38. Oliver, F. J., 32. Oliver, Judson W., 32, 33, 34. Old Powder House, 5, 26, 41, 49, 51, 52, 60. Old Roads, 61. Old Royal House, Medford, The, 62. Old South Church, 9. Old South Meeting-house, 30. Oliver Tufts House, 82. Opelousas, La., 66. Oxford Street, 59. Paige, Rev. Lucius R., 47. Park Street, 71. Paul Revere's Ride and the March to Concord, 61. Pemberton's Factory, 32. Perkins, Joseph P., 24. Perkins, Rebecca M., 24. Perkins, Sarah P., 24. Perry, James, 48. Perry, John, 48. Perry, Jason Bigelow, 48. Perry, Colonel J. P., 48. Perry, Lydia, 48. Perry, Sarah, 43. Perry, William A., 50. Pier