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Historic leaves, volume 4, April, 1905 - January, 1906, Charlestown schools without the Peninsula Revolutionary period. (search)
was born February 19, 1732. In February, 1778, Walter Russell was acting as town clerk, a position which he did not hold long, as, May 20, 1779, we read that Samuel Swan was serving in that capacity. The last time we find Mr. Russell's name associated with school affairs was in 1780 (already referred to as the year of greatly-iters that were hired for school purposes are found upon the town records. December 6, 1784. Voted that the school at the upper end of the town be placed at Mr. Samuel Swan's, he to board the master at six shillings per week, and find a room for the school. Voted to give Samuel Gardner five shillings a week to board Ruth Jonesom five to six dollarsper cord. January 5, 1789: Voted that the school money for the past year be divided according to the taxes, and that Nathaniel Hawkins, Samuel Swan, Esq., and Philemon Russell be a committee to make division accordingly. Benjamin Hurd, Jr., & Seth Wyman were added to this committee. October 19, 1789. Vo
an adjourned meeting the amount of said funds and the best means of placing them at interest, and what the probable income from them will be. In December this committee reported the school fund to be as follows:— Farm in Stoneham, prized at£ 450. Bonds due from Richard Miller, Jonathan Chapman, and Richard Chapman£ 70. 0.1 Captain Nathan Adams, William Grubb, and Richard Trumbull£ 24. 0. Captain Benjamin Frothingham£20..6 Lot of land sold to Timothy Wright£ 119. 0.8 Received of Samuel Swan, Esq., for a lot of land belonging to James Kenney, secured by money borrowed of the school fund£ 49. 12.0 Farm at Stoneham, deficient£ 38.18. 8 A certain pasture in Medford£ 90. 0.0 Total£8.12.1 To this may be added the commons which it is proposed to rent; notes due from Nicholas Hopping, £ 51 16s 5d, and from Benjamin Sweetser, £ 26 Os Od, but from these nothing is expected. The committee is of the opinion that the income from the funds will amount to £ 70 per annum. Th
87. Stimpson, Joseph, 85. 87. Stoneham, Mass., 15, 39, 41. Stone, John, 63, 66. St. Paul, Minn., 1. Storer, Mr., 83. Stoughton, Mass., 1. Stow, Mass.. 20. Stowers, Nicholas. 5. Surinam, S. A., 85. Sussex, Eng., 81. Swan, John, 19. Swan, Samuel, 17, 19, 20. Swan, Samuel, Esq., 41. Swaney, Sentinel, 52. Sweatsur, Josepg, 83. Sweden. 13. Sweetser, Benjamin. 41, 88. Sweetser,, Joseph. 84, 88. Sweetser, Samuel, 88. Sycamore Street, Somerville, 12. Teel, Jonathan, 63, 66. TeeSwan, Samuel, Esq., 41. Swaney, Sentinel, 52. Sweatsur, Josepg, 83. Sweden. 13. Sweetser, Benjamin. 41, 88. Sweetser,, Joseph. 84, 88. Sweetser, Samuel, 88. Sycamore Street, Somerville, 12. Teel, Jonathan, 63, 66. Teel, Samuel P., 90, 96. Ten Hills Farm, 8, 11, 23, 80. Tenney, Robert G., 90. Texas, 53. Theta Delta Chi Fraternity, 2. Thirteenth Maine Regiment, 27, 37. Thirty-first Massachusetts Regiment, 27, 32, 36. Thompson, 95. Thompson, Dr. Abram R., 64, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72, 90. Thornton, Dr., Matthew. 86. Thompson, Mrs., 93, 95, 96. Thompson Square, 84. Thompson, Thomas, 97. Thompson, Timothy, 63, 64. Thompson, Timothy, Jr., 40. Three Pole Lane, 74. Tillotson, Mr., 45. Town Hi