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stice of the supreme court of the United States, grandson of Dr. Elisha Story, who was a surgeon in the Revolutionary War, a member of the Sons of Liberty, and of the Tea Party, and was one of the patriots who captured the British cannon on Boston Common, one of which is now in Bunker Hill monument. He fought in the battles of Lexington and Bunker Hill beside General Warren, an intimate friend, and later was in charge of the wounded at Winter Hill, and was with Washington at Long Island, White Plains, and Trenton. His maternal grandfather, Sergeant, afterwards Lieutenant, Nathan Bowen, was one of the soldiers who, under General Heath, guarded the Hessian prisoners on Winter Hiil, and his father, Isaac Story, commanded the Marblehead Light Infantry in the War of 1812. Mr. Story was educated at the Lynn Academy, and at the Pierce Academy, Middleborough. In 1839, at twenty years of age, he was principal of the Franklin Academy, Kutztown, Pa., and afterwards of Bertie Union Academy,
—14. Ways, The, Mystic River, IV.—9. Webster Avenue, I.—22; III.—17. Webster, Daniel, IV.—15. 16. Welch, Samuel, house of, III.—22. Weldon R. R., IV.—25. Wellington Bridge, IV.—9. Wesley Square, III.—18. West Boston Bridge, 1793, II.—9. West Cambridge Line, III.—20. West, Captain George W., I.—34, 35; III.—24, 25; IV.—30. West, Mrs., George, I.—35. West Somerville, II.—17; III.—7, 17. West Somerville in 1853, III.—18. Wheeler Lot, The, III.—13. White Plains, II.—29. White, Thomas, III.—10. Whittemore, Harriett, IV.—13. Whittier, John G., L—18. Wide Awake Magazine, The, I.—18. Wilderness, Battle of, I.—37, 38; II.—37. Wilderness Campaign. The, II.—37. Wildridge's Hill, I.—23. William the Conqueror, IV.—13. Willis, Dr., III.—21. Willis, N. Parker, I.—18. Willow Avenue, Somerville, II.—25; III.—14. Wilmington, Mass., IV.—13. Winchester, Va., I.