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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 13., Stage-coach days in Medford. (search)
family blessed with fourteen children. Hannah Adams Wyman, the only child of this union, was baptized September 15, 1822. Mrs. Wyman died May 16, 1859, and her husband, Joseph junior, died July 16,s, all hand made, could not be surpassed. Mr. Wyman started his stage at first from his father'st. Wait till I have loaded up my pork, said Mr. Wyman. Charlestown was often called Pigtown.A of Medford, now of St. Louis, writes, saying, Wyman was a typical old-time stage-driver, always potanding or some difficulty occurred that led Mr. Wyman to write to Hon. Abbot Lawrence, then repres6, he replied to Mr. Lawrence, saying:— Mr. Wyman's contract for carrying the mail between Bosily Post Route from Boston to Concord, N. H. Mr. Wyman was advised in July, 1834, throua Mr. Young rom this there was no appeal, of course, and Mr. Wyman must have experienced disappointment and protance and bemoan the loss of the money. The Wyman tomb is on the west side of the Salem-street b[2 more...]