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l Cutter, Benjamin Darling, Edward Dickson, John Dickson, Jr., William Doty, Thomas Durant, Henry Evans, Edward Fillebrown, John Fillebrown, Richard Fillebrown, John Fowle, Simon Gardis. Samuel Gookin, Jr., Joseph Hamilton, Solomon Hancock, Cato Hanker, Joseph Hartwell, Elisha Hastings, William Hastings, Jason Hazard, Timothy Heapl. William Adams, Israel Blackington, Israel Blackington, Jr., Matthew Cox, Joseph Cox, Charles Cutter, Andrew Cutter, Joseph Frost, John Fowle, Miles Greenwood, Abraham Hill, Elisha Hastings, Zechariah Hill, John Locke, Jonathan Perry, Peter Stearns, Josiah Williams, William senden. Samuel Fillebrown. Aaron Fisher. Ephraim Flagg. Benjamin Floyd. John Forman. Benjamin B. Foster. Bennett Foster. James Fowle. John Fowle, Jr. Samuel Fowle. John Francis. Cato Freeman. Abraham Frost. Edmund Frost. Ephraim Frost. James Frost. James Frost, Jr. Neptune Frost.
k, 281, 3. Eyers, 279. Fairbanks, 327. Farley, 62. Farrar, 231. Farewell, 110, 230, 2, 9, 306, 14. Fay, 189, 237, 9, 310, 34. Fayerweather, 168, 9, 418. Fenton, 310. Fenwick, 48. Fessenden, 75, 227, 52, 92, 338, 69. Fisher, 32, 77. Fiske, 58, 76, 120, 208, 376. Fisman, 75. Fitch, 288, 9. Fitzpatrick, 329. Flagg, 76. Fletcher, 317. Flint, 289,92, 306, 84. Fobes, 336. Foote, 310. Forbes, 312. Foster, 111, 83, 4, 296, 310, 76. Fowle, 220. Fownell, 59. Fox, 58, 75, 263, 9, 83, 353, 4. Foxcroft, 109, 10, 16, 27, 204, 57, 86, 92, 336, 75, 403, 17, 25. Foy, 76. Francis, 59, 76, 186, 312, 63. French, 35, 58, 9, 62, 254, 5, 7. Frost, 34, 5, 59, 68, 75, 6, 143, 80, 254-8, 69, 73, 297, 353, 407, 15. Frothingham, 408, 11,17, 18, 23. Frye, 405, 6, 23. Fuller, 80, 1, 208, 426. Fultz, 339. Gage, 65, 154, 6-8, 162. Gale, 208. Gallop, 170. Gamage, 407. Gannett, 176, 94, 219, 311, 12, 1
es, 494. Champney. Clark. Cook. Hancock. Hubbard. Remington. Ware. Bowman, 494-6. Andrew. Angier. Barnard. Blackleech. Bridge. Bright. Brown. Clarke. Coolidge. Cutter. Davis. Eveleth. Fowle. Frost. Garfield. Kidder. Livermore. Nurse. Pike. Reed. Russell. Sherman. Simonds. Smith. Soden. Stearns. Stone. Viles. Walker. Wetmore. Whitmore. Winship. Wyeth. Bowtell, 496. Bow Shepard. Sill, 655. Belcher. Green. Hicks. Pynchon. Simonds, 655. Tidd. Simpkins, 655. Knight. Skidmore, 655. Skinner, 655. Ibbitt. Smith, 655, 6. Bissell. Buck. Cox. Daniel. Fessenden. Fowle. Hagar. Hill. Jordan. Miller. Parsons. Prentice. Scott. Thwing. White. Wyeth. Spaihawk, 656-9. Adams. Aspinwall. Avery. Bartlett. Blake. Brown. Convers. Cooper. Cutting. Dana. Gard
Historic leaves, volume 4, April, 1905 - January, 1906, Charlestown schools without the Peninsula Revolutionary period. (search)
w owned by the city of Somerville. Mr. Russell died in 1797. His will, dated May 27, was probated June 7 of that year. Our notes on the name of Gardner are exceedingly meagre for a family of so much prominence. It seems to have started in Woburn. Richard Gardner, of that town, and his son Henry were the grandfather and father, respectively, of Henry (1698-1763), who lived at the upper end of Charlestown. His brother was the Rev. John Gardner, of Stowe. By his wife Lucy, daughter of John Fowle, he had five sons, Edward, Samuel, John, Henry, and James. Edward Gardner, born in Charlestown March, 1739, married Mehitable Blodgett, of Lexington, and died January 23, 1806. It was he whose name figures in these pages. His brother Samuel, born 1741, died at the age of fifty. He, also, as we have attempted to show, rendered valuable service to his section of the town. James, the youngest son of Henry Gardner, according to the family genealogist, graduated from Harvard College, and
wn clerk's uncle, Samuel Phipps. His wife was Elizabeth, daughter of Captain Eleazar and Ann (Foster) Phillips, a victualler and prosperous business man in Charlestown; owned wharf, slaughter house, warehouse, farms, wood lots, and negroes. Matthew Leaky was a laborer in Boston, who married a daughter of and was administrator on the estate of the widow Miriam Fosket. Ab. Bunker was Abigail, widow of Captain Benjamin Bunker, the innkeeper. She was a daughter of John and Anna (Carter) Fowle, the tanner. Jonathan Call was a baker, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Croswell) Call. His place was near the Neck, resting on the western slope of Bunker Hill. By his wife, Sarah Boylston, he had a family of sixteen children. He was the fourth generation of Calls in Charlestown who had been bakers, as was his brother, Caleb. Joseph Frost was a native of Billerica, son of Dr. Samuel Frost. He married the widow of John Whittemore, the turner, who was a daughter of Richard Hall, of Dor
51. Fort Macomb, 50, 55, 57. Fort Macon, 32. Fort Monroe, 27. Fort Pike, 50. Fort St. Philip, 49, 50, 53. Fosdick, James, 15, 21. Fosket, Abigail, 85. Fosket, Jonathan, 85. Fosket, Meriam (Miriam), 82, 85, 87, 88. Fosket, Thomas, 85. Fowle, Anna (Carter), 89. Fowle, John, 20, 89. Foxcroft, Francis. 78, Francis, Nathaniel, 21. Francis, Nicholas, 14. Franklin Street. Somerville, 71. French Revolution, 42. Frost, Joseph, 85, 87, 89. Frost, Dr., Samuel, 89. Frothingham, Fowle, John, 20, 89. Foxcroft, Francis. 78, Francis, Nathaniel, 21. Francis, Nicholas, 14. Franklin Street. Somerville, 71. French Revolution, 42. Frost, Joseph, 85, 87, 89. Frost, Dr., Samuel, 89. Frothingham, Captain, Benjamin. 41. Frothingham, James K., 74, 90, 91, 92, 94, 96. Frothingham, Joseph, 82, 85. Frothingham; Miss Mary. 91. Frothingham, Nathaniel, 82, 85. Frothingham, Captain, Richard, 45. Frying-pan Shoals, 31, 35. Fuller, Mr., 67, 68. Gage, General, 86. Galley, Augustus (ship), 87. Gardner, Edward, 17, 18, 20, 22. Gardner, Henry, 18, 20. Gardner, James, 18, 20. Gardner, John, 20. Gardner, Rev., John, 20. Gardner, Lucy, 20. Gardner, Richard, 20. Gardner Row School,
d strifes of Words, whereof cometh Strife, evil Surmisings, perverse Disputings, &c.—Boston, N. E.: Printed by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-street, 1748. Text 2 Tim. II. 2. Pp. 31. 1749 The number of deaths recorded in the Second Precinct of Cah Williams, ditto; Miles Greenwood, ditto; Matthew Cox, Cambridge (in the Quebec Detachment); Peter Stearns, Cambridge; John Fowle, ditto; John Locke, do.; Israel Blackington, do.; Andrew Cutter, do.; Elisha Hastings, do.; Joseph Cox, do.; William Adnwood, Joseph Russell, William Winship, Jr., Gershom Cutter, 3d, James Locke, Stephen Robbins, Jr., Nathaniel Williams, John Fowle, Joseph Shaw, David Lamson, Samuel Swan, Josiah Hall. The term of service was probably five days. Mr. Cooke preached roe Aaron Swan Stephen Cutter George Swan Caleb Hovey Isaac Cutter Stephen Stearns Abraham Cook John Fowle Joseph Shaw Joshua Thomas Mr. Jerrell Nathan Blodget, non-resident Ebenezer Swan, jr. Nehemiah Estabro
The postmasters of the town have been: William S. Brooks, 1812-1814; Amos Whittemore, 1818-1827; Henry Whittemore, 1831-1834; Isaac Shattuck, Jr., 1835-1839; John Fowle, 1840-1846; Edwin R. Prescott, 1847-1862; Abel R. Proctor, 1862-1868; Frederick E. Fowle, 1869-1879. Belmont (before set off as a town)—John L. Alexander, 18attuck, 1828; Isaac Locke, 1828-1830, 1832; William Locke, 2d, 1829, 1841; William Cotting, 1829-1831; Samuel Butterfield, 1829, 1831; Abner Peirce, 1830, 1838; John Fowle, 1830, 1832, 1833; Abel Locke, 1831, 1833, 1837; James Brown, 1831; Joshua Avery, 1832; Jesse Bucknam, 1833, 1834-1838; William Hill, 2d, 1833, 1851, Jr. 1852; kins, $442; Dr. Timothy Wellington, $447; Charles Griffiths, $100; Mr. Peck, $610; Timothy Whittemore, $212.50; George B. Richardson, $360; George H. Gray, $50; John Fowle, $1,100; Horatio Locke, $105; Michael McCarthy, $25; Rufus Damon, $460; Mrs. P. Whittemore, $460; Mrs. Rebecca Whittemore, $25; William Clark, $200; Thomas Thor
1832, 1833. James Nason, 1830, 1832 (vacant by removal from town). James Brown, 1831. Isaac Locke, 1832 (resigned). George A. Locke, 1833, 1834, 1849. David Dodge. 1834-38 (excused), 1842 (excused). Rev. David Damon, 1836-38. Henry Whittemore, Esq., 1837, 1838, 1847, 1848. William Hill, 2d, 1837, 1838. Philip B. Fessenden, 1838. William W. Wellington, 1838 (excused). Samuel L. Cutter, 1838. Rev. Timothy C. Tingley, 1839-41. William Locke, 2d, 1839 (excused). John Fowle, 1839, 1840. Abner Peirce, 1839. Mansur W. Marsh, 1839-41, 1848, 1850. Nathan Robbins, 1840. Rev. J. C. Waldo, 1842 (excused), 1846, 1847. Luke Wyman, 1842, 1843. Joseph Hill, 1842-44. Josiah H. Russell, 1842, 1844. Moses Proctor, 1842, 1843, 1858-60. George C. Russell, 1842, 1847. George Holden, 1843. Ebenezer P. Peirce, 1843-45, 1847. Rev. William Ware, 1844, 1845. Luke Wyman, Jr., 1844. Rev. Francis Horton, 1845-48, 1863. Rev. George J. Carlton, 1846.
ular established organization till Aug. 13, 1840, when it was voted to build a meeting-house, and a Society was organized under the name of the First Universalist Society in West Cambridge. The subscribers to a fund for building a Universalist meeting-house in the town of West Cambridge, who petitioned for a warrant for a parish meeting on Aug. 3, 1840, were Henry Frost, Jefferson Cutter, Joseph Locke, William L. Clark, Francis Russell, William Whittemore, Ammi C. Teel, Kimball Farmer, John Fowle, John Jarvis, Jesse P. Pattee, Josiah H. Russell, and Moses Bacon, clerk. The meeting-house was accordingly built in 1840, and dedicated on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1841. On Feb. 21, 1848, the Society voted to petition the General Court for an act of incorporation. The first regular minister was the Rev. J. C. Waldo, whose term of service commenced on the first Sabbath after March 15, 1841. On April 12, following, the Society voted that he be installed. He remained as minister till 1847.
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