at the school with Mary. b. Oct 1, 1794d. Apr 14. 1817
The above first-mentioned Mary would have been twelve years of age at her father's visit to Medford in 1802, and was under Mrs. Rowson's tuition in 1805 after the removal of the school to Newton (1804). She married, August 26, 1810, Samuel Bachelder (who was six years her senior, and who outlived her ten years). He came to New Ipswich, N. H., in 1808, and was engaged in cotton manufacture there several years.
Having digressed a little its wealthiest man. George III had fifteen children, Montgomery had thirteen, but it was his eldest, instead of the king's youngest, who was to be at last the mistress of the London piano.
That she was such, after her school days at Medford and Newton and in her early married life, is shown by its northern journey to Haverhill and its southern to New Ipswich.
No wonder that, with its use in school and family, and its various cartings about, it needed tuning and repair in 1817, when it fell in