y (843). Mrs. Baker died in Brooklyn, N. Y., April 27, 1893.
A son, born in 1845, is one of the prominent physicians today in Boston—Dr. William H. Baker, named for a member of his father's parish.
Samuel Weed taught from February, 1806, to August, 1807.
He studied medicine with Dr. Brooks, and after settling in Portland, Me., came to Medford for his bride, marrying Maria Condy.
He was a physician of the old-school type in dignity, graciousness and worth, like Doctors Brooks and Swan, and was greatly beloved and highly respected in Portland, where he died in 1857 at the age of eighty-three.
A later teacher in the West Grammar School became the eloquent preacher and gifted writer, Thomas Starr King.
He received his appointment November 25, 1842, through the influence of his father's friend, Rev. Hosea Ballou, 2d, pastor of the Universalist Church, though the only drawback to the applicant was his youth.
The family removed here and Starr wrote, I am very much
asDec. 15, 182060
Loring, WilliamSept. 5, 18408
Monson, NathanJune 13, 1817
Pratt, —— Capt.Aug. 31, 180267
Ramsdill,—–July 7, 1803
July 7, 1803
Reed, Captain HenryOct. 12, 182643
Richards, Stephen A. (in canal)June 13, 18423-6
Richardson, JamesJuly 16, 184824
Richardson, John (canal)Feb. 13, 18248
Robbins, JamesApr. 29, 1771
Smith, Francis A.July 6, 182827
Stearns, DanielJuly 2, 182018
Stetson, FrederickMar. 10, 184617-8
Lost at sea, son of Rev. Caleb Stetson—F. A. W.
Swan, Jr., Capt. Samuel
Supposed to have been lost at sea the earlier part of the year 1823.
Vessel and company have never been heard of.
(Was in the slave trade also supposed to have been murdered on the coast of Africa.) —F. A. W,
Symmes, Hitty (insane, drowned herself)July 4, 180123
Tufts, HutchinsonMay 2, 181720
Tufts, Jonathan, Jr.BuriedMay 21, 181833
Tufts, John June 4, 18048
Walker, JohnJune 29, 1806 35
Walker, WilliamAug. 16, 180310
Wilbur, Roland G.Dec.9, 18441-5