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Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Charlestown School in the 17th century. (search)
more extended account than has been accorded to his predecessors is due to Samuel Phipps, for without doubt he has the distinction of being the first native of Charpay, which agreement is to continue for one year.’ December 6, 1686. ‘Mr. Samuel Phipps, as Town Treasurer, is empowered to lay out the 25 pounds money belongingf May, 1687, ‘the May-pole was again cut down, and it was noised about that Samuel Phipps, one of the selectmen, led and encouraged the watch to cut it down.’ Du Andros persecution Charlestown had its trials along with other communities. Mr. Phipps, too, for a while suffered from unpopularity. Much against his wish, he was ong survived him. March 4, 1699—00. ‘Voted that the selectmen, with Mr. Samuel Phipps & Lt. Eleazer Phillips, be a committee to bargain and agree with a gramer sbe agreed upon to be given to sd schoolmaster.’ March 8. ‘Agreed that Mr. Samuel Phipps & Lt. Eleazer Phillips go to Cambridge or elsewhere & inform the
Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Charlestown Schools in the 18th century. (search)
ll, 1669, Thomas Greaves, 1656,Isaac Foster, 1671, Zechariah Symmes, 1657,Samuel Phipps, 1671, Zechariah Brigden, 1657,Nicholas Morton, 1686, Benjamin Bunker, 16rdingly, on the 29th they enlisted the services of Samuel Heymond, Esq., Capt. Samuel Phipps, and Mr. Joseph Whittemore, ‘who are to enquire of Mr. Battle and the feof £ 40 per annum, 24 April, 1706. At the May meeting Captain Heyman and Captain Phipps were empowered to secure workmen for repairing the meetinghouse and the schoolhouse; £ 18 was voted for this object. (At the same meeting Mr. Phipps was voted eleven pounds, four shillings for his services as town representative in 1705.) ents are not able to bring them to school, which shall be determined by Captain Samuel Phipps & Captain Jonathan Dows.’ Or, as Frothingham, page 246, has it: ‘Thand cypherers cannot be duly attended & instructed as they ought to be, Captain Samuel Phipps & Mr. Jonathan Dows were chosen inspectors & regulators of that matter
hia, Penn.7 Phillips, Lieutenant Eleazer4 Phillips, Wendell104 Phips, Samuel, Schoolmaster, 167434, 36, 38, 41, 60 Phipps, Emma61 Phipps, Katherine ( Brackenbury)35 Phipps, Captain Samuel61, 63 Phipps, Solomon21, 34 Pillsbury, Harry N.66 Phipps, Katherine ( Brackenbury)35 Phipps, Captain Samuel61, 63 Phipps, Solomon21, 34 Pillsbury, Harry N.66 Pillsbury, L. B.66, 74 Pillsbury, Mrs. Mary A.66 Piscataquog River50 Piscataquog Village50 Plymouth Colony, The81 Plymouth, Mass.7 Plymouth Rock78 Pomeroy, General Seth90 Pomfret, Conn.88 Poole, Captain Jonathan76 Pope School, The46 PorterPhipps, Captain Samuel61, 63 Phipps, Solomon21, 34 Pillsbury, Harry N.66 Pillsbury, L. B.66, 74 Pillsbury, Mrs. Mary A.66 Piscataquog River50 Piscataquog Village50 Plymouth Colony, The81 Plymouth, Mass.7 Plymouth Rock78 Pomeroy, General Seth90 Pomfret, Conn.88 Poole, Captain Jonathan76 Pope School, The46 Porter, Jonathan52, 53 Potomac Canals, The54 Pottery, The, Somerville44 Powder House, The13, 81 Prescott, Col.86, 89, 90, 91, 93, 98, 99 Prescott Street, Somerville22, 42 Pritchard Family, The47 Private Schools, Charlestown60 Prospect Hill15, 25, 7Phipps, Solomon21, 34 Pillsbury, Harry N.66 Pillsbury, L. B.66, 74 Pillsbury, Mrs. Mary A.66 Piscataquog River50 Piscataquog Village50 Plymouth Colony, The81 Plymouth, Mass.7 Plymouth Rock78 Pomeroy, General Seth90 Pomfret, Conn.88 Poole, Captain Jonathan76 Pope School, The46 Porter, Jonathan52, 53 Potomac Canals, The54 Pottery, The, Somerville44 Powder House, The13, 81 Prescott, Col.86, 89, 90, 91, 93, 98, 99 Prescott Street, Somerville22, 42 Pritchard Family, The47 Private Schools, Charlestown60 Prospect Hill15, 25, 73, 92 Prospect Hill Church104 Prospect Hill Line of Intrenchments, Somerville, Marking of82 Prospect Hill Monument82, 85 Prospect Hill Park Celebration, The73 Prospect Hill Park, Dedication of73 Prospect Hill Park, Dedication Programme of77 Pr