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[299] 1772. His son William, perhaps he who m. Elizabeth Hunnewell, 4 Aug. 1799.

37. Josiah H., s. of Josiah Harrington (24), had Charles, d. 19 Feb. 1840, a. 20 mos.; a son, d. 24 Sept. 1840, a. 1 week; a dau., d. 27 July, 1842, a. 8 mos.

38. Mary, m. John Goddin, 26 July, 1771. Elizabeth, of Lexington, m. Joshua Underwood, of Camb., 25 Aug. 1771. Widow—, funeral 7 Aug. 1775. Sar. or Sor., funeral 18 Aug. 1775. Sarah, of Boston, m. Joseph Weeks, of Camb., 5 Jan. 1778. Polly, d. 12 Oct. 1790, a. 20 mos. Mary, of Camb., m. Roger Adams, of Newton, 14 Oct. 1805. Jonathan F., m. Ruthy Frost, 9 Apr. 1809. Lydia, of W. Camb., m. Samuel Skilton of Chas., 16 Jan. 1814. Lydia, m. Thomas H. Teel, 25 Aug., 1814. Lucetta, m. Samuel Hutchinson, of Chas., 14 Dec. 1817. Mary, m. Thomas Leach, 22 Apr. 1821. Samuel W., m. Susan Ann Adams, 24 Oct. 1838. Bowen, m. Mehitable Locke, 6 June, 1833 (Locke Book, 286). Levi, d. 19 July, 1825, a. 19 yrs. Hannah, d. 11 July, 1839, a. 25. Mary Eliza, d. 16 Sept. 1841, a. 10. Walter, d. (at Boston) 6 Feb. 1848, a. 25.

Rust, Wallis (of Boston), m. Wid. Rebecca Cutter, 29 Oct. 1797. Had Adeline, m. John Jarvis, 6 Jan. 1822; and others. See Cutter (par. 37).


Sanderson, Benjamin L., m. Mary Cooke, 26 Oct. 1823. Col. Benjamin L. d. 16 Aug. 1840, a. 39.

Saunders, Widow, d. at Capt. Adams's, 19 Apr. 1763, a. 85. Lucy, m. Samuel Estabrook, 30 Apr. 1803.

Sawtell, Homer, m. Mary Cook, 2d, 1 Aug. 1808.

Sawyer,———, d. of dysentery, 24 Sept. 1778, a. 64. Sukey, late of Boston, m. John Locke, 6 Feb. 1777. See Locke (par. 9).

Schouler, John, had James, d. 9 Sept. 1837, a. 2 yrs. Wil-Liam, m. Frances Eliza Warren, 6 Oct. 1835.1 Jeanette, m. William Comston, of Boston,. 27 June, 1839.

Shattuck, Sarah, of Camb., m. Jeduthun Fay, of Westboroa, 12 Dec. 1739. Susanna, m. John White, of Boston, 9 June, 1741.

1 William Schouler, Adjutant General of Massachusetts during the War of the Rebellion, came from Scotland with his father. Followed his father's trade of calico printer in Taunton, Lynn and West Cambridge. Became editor and proprietor of the Lowell courier. one of the proprietors and editors of the Boston Daily Atlas, of the Cincinnati Gazette, Ohio State Journal, and again of the Boston Atlas and Bee. Four times in the Mass. Legislature; member Constitutional Convention, 1853; Author of ‘Massachusetts in the Civil War,’ 2 vols. 8vo. 1868-71. See Drake's Biog. Diet.

His friend, Mr. John B. Russell, contributes the following:—

Gen. Wm. Schouler was born at Kilbrackan, Scotland, Dec. 31, 1814; died at West Roxbury, Mass., Jan. 6, 1866.

A monument was erected to his memory in Forest Hills Cemetery, Roxbury, Mass., which has a fine medallion and good likeness of the General, with these inscriptions:

‘He served in both branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts; was Adjutant General from 1860 to 1866; and her Historian.’

The last official act of the Governor was the following:

Special Order.—The Governor and Commander-in-Chief, at the moment of retiring from office, as his last official act, tenders this expression of cordial and grateful respect to Major-General William Schouler, Adjutant General of this Commonwealth, who has served the country, the Commonwealth, and his Chief, with constancy, devotion, ability and success, throughout his administration.


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