njamin L., m. Caroline Post.
22Edmund H., m. Julia Post.
23Mary, m. Charles N. Fearing.
24Otis Dwight, m. Margaret Johnson.
Elizabeth Swan m. Ezra Skinner, Jan. 8, 1724.
Ruth, wife of William Swan, d. Jan. 6, 1716.
Thomas Swan, of Roxbury, m. Prudence Wade, Sept, 27, 1692.
1Symmes, Zechariah, was the son of Rev. William Symmes, and was b. in Canterbury, Eng., Apr. 5, 1599.
He came to New England, Sept. 18, 1634; and soon after was ordained minister at Charlestoe place for two names, illegible.]
Here lies interred the body of Mrs. Elizabeth Wade, daughter of the Honourable Jonathan Wade, Esquire, and Mrs. Elizabeth, his wife, who departed this life August 19, 1721, aged 34 years.
Prudence Wade m. Thomas Swan, of Roxbury, Sept. 27, 1692.
Abigail Wade m. Rev. Thomas Goss, of Boston, Dec. 3, 1741.
John Wade m. Elizabeth Poole, Jan. 22, 1766.
Major Samuel Wade d. Nov. 28, 1707.
Mercy, wife of same d. Oct. 5, 1715, aged 68.
at the beginning of the eightenth century the Charlestown School, as we have shown, was under the charge of Thomas Swan, M. A. This gentleman was a graduate of Harvard College in the class of 1689.
He was born in Roxbury, September 15, 1669, and was the son of Dr. Thomas and Mary (Lamb) Swan, of that town.
In 1690 he was teaching in Hadley.
After resigning at Charlestown he became Register of Probate for Middlesex County. December 27, 1692, he married Prudence, daughter of Jonathan Wade, Jr., of Medford, and they had four children, the births of three of whom were recorded in Charlestown.
Mr. Swan died at the Castle in Boston Harbor, October 19, 1710, aged 41 years. ‘He did practise physick & chyrurgerye at Castle William upwarney which was her husband's due, and 20 pounds was voted in settlement of the demand.
For his services in Charlestown Mr. Swan received the same remuneration (£ 40) that was paid at the beginning of the previous century.
We have shown how this am
5 yrs.; Roland, d. 9 Apr. 1843, a. 3 1/2; a son, d. 14 Apr. 1843, a. 1 1/3; a dau., d. 19 Apr. 1843, a. 6.
Horn, William, of Watertown, m. wid.
Sybil Adams of W. Camb., 13 Oct. 1825.
See Adams (par.
Horton, Anne, m. John Fillebrown, 10 June, 1804.
Polly, m. Artemas Kennedy, 17 Sept. 1806.
Houghton, Mr. John, d. 12 Aug. 1795, a. 53.
Hovey, Caleb, and w. Rebecca, o. c. Pct. ch.
10 Mar. 1771.
He m. Rebecca Robbins, 9 Dec. 1770.
Had Rebecca, b. 13, bap. 21 Apr. 1771, m. Thomas Swan, 12 Dec. 1793; Susanna, b. 18, bap. 23 May, 1773; Caleb, b. 24, bap. 29 Jan. 1775; Sarah, b. 27 Jan., bap. 2 Feb. 1777 (Miss Sally's child, d. 30 Oct. 1801, a. 1 1/2); a son, b. 5 Dec. 1778; Nathan, bap. 10 Jan. 1779.
Caleb belonged to the Baptist Society in Camb.
N. W. Pct. 21 July, 1787. Mr. Caleb d. 18 Nov. 1798, a. 52; Mrs. Rebecca d. 4 Nov. 1798, a. 42.
2. Moses, who was Sergt. of Capt. Benjamin Locke's Co. of Meno tomy minute-men, 1775, m. Love Prentice, 11 Mar. 1776.
ell, Miss Cora L.
Russell, Harriet J.
Sampson, Elisha J.
Sampson, George T.
Sargent, Miss Mary E.
Saville, George W. W.
Saville, Mrs. Helen E.
Sawyer, Miss Z.
Segitz, Myra E.
Shultis, Mrs. Kate D.
Simpson, James B.
Start, Prof. Edwin A.
Start, Mrs. Philena C.
Stetson, George W.
Stickney, Allison M.
Stickney, Mrs. Allison M.
Stone, Miss Katherine H.
Street, John D.
Street, Miss Mary B.
Sturtevant, James S.
Deceased.Swan, Charles H.
Swift, Miss Caroline E.
Symmes, Amelia M.
Symmes, Arthur C.
Tay, Mrs. Anna J.
Teele, Edward W.
Thompson, Mrs. Susan B.
Thompson, William A.
Tucker, Charles D.
Tufts, James W.
Wait, William Gushing.
Wait, Francis A.
Wait, Miss Hetty F.
Wait, Miss Sarah H.
Washburn, Miss M. L.
Weitz, Herbert A.
Wellington, Mrs. H. E.
Wheeler, Joseph H.
Deceased.Whitmore, William H.
Wilber, Nahum E.
Wilber, Mortimer E.