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Milk Row School to 1849. from a paper read before the Somerville Historical Society, February 4, 1908. By Frank Mortimer Hawes. Those who have interested themselves in the history of Charlestown schools previous to 1842, as it has appeared in recent numbers of Historic Leaves, need not be told that the first recorded date which we have of a public school being established outside the Peninsula, on what is now Somerville soil, was in 1728. Unfortunately this statement can hardly be said to be substantiated until 1736, when the record is somewhat more explicit. But it will be safe to say, I think, that the Milk Row School, the only one in Somerville of that day, was established not far from 1730. A school a short distance beyond Alewife Brook, on Arlington soil, but drawing its scholars from a point as far south as the Old Powder House, may have been of an equal age; both were for instructing youth in reading, writing, and ciphering. It is not my intention to repeat what h
er transferred to John Abbot Lodge of Somerville, and still later became a charter member of Soley Lodge. He belonged to the Orient Council of Massachusetts, to the Boston Commandery, and to the Knights Templar. He was also a member of the Royal Arcanum, besides the Somerville Historical Society. For many years he had been treasurer of the old Charlestown Training Field Association. He had built up from his young manhood a large insurance business, with office in Charlestown. In business he was a man of character and integrity. In social life he showed geniality, kindness, and the other qualities belonging to a good neighbor. He was a member of the Winter Hill Universalist Church. In preparing this report, the committee is indebted for information to the Somerville Journal, Mrs. F. D. Lapham, Miss Anna P. Vinal, Frank M. Hawes, W. B. Holmes, Miss Lizzie G. Knapp, and Mrs. Lilla E. Arnold. Respectfully submitted, D. L. Maulsby, Elizabeth A. Waters, Committee on Necrology.
Emmeline May, 22. Grover, General, 54, 55, 59. Guild, Charles H., 76. Guild, Chester, 74. Gurley House, 8, 9. Hadley, Benjamin, 43, 74. Hadley, Eugene B., 8, 15. Hafford, John, 15. Hagan, Patrick, 16. Hale, Edward M., 15. Halifax Road, 7. Hall, Andrew, 62, 63, 64. Hall, Moses, 27 Halle, Germany, 66. Halleck, General, 52. Hancock, N. H., 27. Hanley, John H., 15. Hatcher's Run, 8. Hawkins, Guy C., 31, 32, 33, 36, 37. Hawkins, Nathaniel, 42. Hawkins, Sarah, 31, 35. Hawes, Frank M., 25, 72. Harley, Frances C. Sherman, 69. Harley, James K., 69. Harley, Leonora, 69. Harlow, George R., 4, 15. Harrington, Elbridge, 46. Harvard College, 31, 88. Hartford, The, 52, 60. Hastings, J. P., 68. Hastings, Martha Ella, 68. Hastings, Mary, 68. Hatch, George H., 4, 16. Hatcher's Run, 6. Hayes, Eliza, 48. Hayes, Ezra Herbert, 48. Hayes, Joseph, 48. Hazeltine, Amos, 83, 85. Head, Julia A., 23. Heath, Colonel, 62. Henry Price Lodge of Charlestown, 23. Hebon,