1791Seth Stone is again chosen sexton, and declined, and Solomon Bowman was chosen instead. Bowman's duties are described on his election the following year, when he was given compensation for ringing the bell, and taking charge of the meeting-house. Bowman was also sexton in 1793.
1792It was voted to divide the schools into three wards, and a committee of nine was chosen to take the charge of said schools and regulate the same.1
‘1792, April 19. At a church meeting, after a sermon preached from Acts 6:3, Ephraim Frost, Jr. and John Adams were chosen deacons, and took their seat May 20.’—Church Records.