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Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Gregory Stone and some of his descendants (search)
s giving according to their means. The same is true of the tax for the payment of the minister's salary. The next year a piece of land was bought for the benefit of the ministry, and it was paid for by the same means. It was the custom of the time to invite the magistrates to be present at such important occasions as the organization of a new church. The event at The Farms was no exception, and combined the ordination of the minister with the signing of the covenant by the members. Judge Sewall was one of the invited guests, and in his journal, after a description of the exercises, adds, Mr. Stone and Mr. Fiske thanked me for my assistance there. David Fiske was chosen clerk, and Samuel Stone deacon. The two were the first to sign the covenant, being among the ten men dismissed from churches in Cambridge, Watertown, Woburn, and Concord to enter into the work. The names of a son of each are also found in the list, and their wives were admitted later. Deacon Stone had been a m
oyal, Isaac, 19, 20, 31, 93. Royal, Isaac, Esq., 19. Royal, Isaac, Sr., 19. Russell, Daniel, 11, 12, 14, 46. Russell, Rev., Daniel, 12. Russell, James, 43. Russell, Joseph, 18. Russell, Philemon, 91. Russell, Philemon R., 18. Russell, Thomas, 31. Russell, Walter, 89. Sagamore, John, 31. Salstonstall, Richard, 28, 50, 51, 52. Sargent, Aaron, 40. Sawyer (family), 43. School Committees, 1736-1753, 16. Schoolmaster, Itinerant, 17. Scituate, Mass., 70. Scotland, 35. Sewall, Judge, 84. Shawsheen River, 1. Shawshine (Billerica), 53. Sheafe, Edward, Jr., 43. Shepherd, Rev., Thomas, 73. Shirley, Governor, 31. Simson, Joseph, 11, 12, 65. Skelton, —, 29. Skinner, John, 16, 17. Smith, —, 18. Smith, Betsey, 37. Smith, John, 60. Somerville Historical Society, Meetings of, 72. Somerville Hospital, 70. Somerville National Bank, 70. Somerville Past and Present, 59. Southey, Robert, 63. Sowhegum Farm, 14. Sparohauke, Nathaniel, 79. Sparks Street,