Browsing named entities in Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904. You can also browse the collection for Chelmsford, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) or search for Chelmsford, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) in all documents.

Your search returned 6 results in 3 document sections:

Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Charlestown School in the 17th century. (search)
ion was a Mr. Stow, who, 6: 3 mo. 1651, is to have what is due to ye Towne from ye Ware and the £ 5 which the major (Sedgwick) pays for Pellock's Island the last year 1650, also he is to regr. & take of such persons (as send there children now & then & not constantly) by the Weeke as he and they can agree. This was the Rev. Samuel Stow, a graduate of Harvard College in the class of 1645. He was the son of John and Elizabeth (Biggs) Stow, of Roxbury, and was born about 1622. In 1649, at Chelmsford, he married Hope, daughter of William Fletcher. Of their seven children, a son, John, was born in Charlestown June 16, 1650. As early as 1653 he was the minister in Middletown, Ct., and March 22, 1670, he and his two brothers were enumerated among the fifty-two householders and proprietors of that place. In 1681 he seems to have been settled in Simsbury, Ct. Judge Sewall, in a letter dated November 16, 1705, writes that the Rev. Mr. Samuel Stow, of Middletown, went from thence to heaven
Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Historical Sketch of the old Middlesex Canal. (search)
g duly organized, the next duty was to commence the necessary surveys of the most eligible route between Medford River, Chelmsford, and the Concord River. Here the committee were met by an almost insurmountable difficulty; the science of Civil Enginn, when afterwards surveyed by a practical engineer, was found to be 104 feet. By the original survey from Billerica to Chelmsford, the surveyor says, ‘The water we estimate in the Merrimac River at sixteen and one-half feet above that at Billerica Band the distance six miles,’ when in fact the water at Billerica Bridge is about twenty-five feet above the Merrimac at Chelmsford. This report shows one of the many difficulties the directors had to contend with for the want of requisite scientificion; and in 1814 the obstructions in the Merrimac River had been remedied so that canal boats locking into the river at Chelmsford had been poled up the stream as far as Concord, New Hampshire. Firewood and lumber always formed a very considerable
arlestown Navy Yard, The56 Charlestown Neck14, 21, 91 Charlestown School, The58 Charlestown School, First15 Charlestown Schools, Early Records of17 Charlestown Schools, Regulations Concerning63 Charlestown Schoolhouse21 Charlestown School in the 17th Century15, 32 Charlestown Schools in the 18th Century58 Charlestown, Separation of15 Charter Street Burying-Ground40 Cheever, Elizabeth20 Cheever, Ezekiel, Schoolmaster, 166119, 20, 21, 32, 37, 39 Cheever, Ezekiel, Death of20 Chelmsford, Mass.19, 53, 54, 56 Chelsea, Mass.42, 66 Chester Ave., Somerville42, 45 Chesthunt leyes, England19 Christian Examiner, The3, 89 Christian Messenger, The27 Christian Souvenir, The3 Christ's Hospital School, England20 Clay Pits, The, Somerville44 Clark, Joseph47 College Hill26 Committee on Historic Sites, Somerville Historical Society74 Committee of Safety, The89, 90, 92 Concord Bridge78 Concord Fight, The80 Concord, Mass.52, 88 Concord, N. H.50, 51, 52, 56, 57 Concord R. R.51