1810, the same, with the exception of Timothy Thompson
, who was succeeded by David Devens
1811, Rev. William Collier
, Jonas Tyler
, William Austin
, Joseph Phipps
, Samuel Kent
, Philemon R. Russell
, Ebenezer Cutter
1812, Rev. William Collier
, Dr. Abram R. Thompson
, Captain Nehemiah Wyman
, Captain Daniel Reed
, David Stetson
, Captain Joseph Miller
, George Bartlett
1813, 1814, 1815, the same.
1816, the same, with the exception of Captain Miller
, who is succeeded by Isaac Tufts
Holding over for a number of years previous to the reorganization of 1793 is the name of Nathaniel Hawkins
, who gives him the title of colonel, says that Mr. Hawkins
came to Charlestown
from South Kingston, R. I., and that he was recorded in the census of 1789 with his children, Nathaniel, Christopher, Sarah, and Samuel.
This was after the death of the first Mrs. Hawkins
, and about the time of his second marriage.
Both wives were the daughters of Samuel Kent
III., p. 89). Old residents of Union square will remember the two homes of the Hawkins families in that vicinity.
At his own request, Mr. Hawkins
' term on the school board ended May 6, 1795, when he received the thanks of the town for his valued services.
As local committeeman for Milk Row district, his name has been mentioned frequently in these articles.
After 1795 we find him holding various town offices, as surveyor of highways and selectman.
He died October 3, 1817, aged sixty-nine (Wyman
). On the board of trustees he was succeeded for two years by Timothy Tufts
, and the next in succession from their district was Samuel Tufts
, 1797-1804, inclusive.
For a brief account of these two brothers the reader is referred to Vol.
III., p. 92.
Another name which has already received our attention is that of Seth Wyman
For several years before 1793, and for fourteen years after, 1793-1806, inclusive, Mr. Wyman
served continuously on the school board, perhaps the longest of any one individual after Samuel Kent
His home was in the upper