History Of The "Old High School" 1828-1840
by Charles Wells Chapin

Warren Woolen Company at Stafford, Conn., at the time of his death, which occurred on the 25th of January, 1888,at the age of 64 years.


    MARGARETTE WILLARD, Springfield, Mass. — Died Oct. 14, 1841, aged 19.

    SUSAN S. WILLARD, Springfield, Mass. — Died Sept. 27, 1885, aged 61.

    SARAH B. WILLARD, Springfield, Mass.

    CHARLOTTE WILLARD, Springfield, Mass.

    EUNICE BREWER, now Mrs. Dr. David P. Smith, Springfield, Mass. — Dr. Smith graduated at Yale College in 1851, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, in 1854; was professor of surgery, Yale College, 1877 to 1880. He was appointed surgeon U. S. Vols. with rank of major, Dec. 24, 1861 ; brevet lieutenant-colonel U. S. Vols. Aug. 15, 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the late war. He was honorably mustered out of service Aug. 18, 1865. Dr. Smith was the medical examiner for the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, Springfield, Mass. He died Dec. 26, 1880, aged 50 years.

    ANN FOSTER, now Mrs. Alexander Stocking, Worcester, Mass.

    ELIZABETH KINGSBURY, now Mrs. William W. Lee, Springfield, Mass. — Mr. Lee was a clerk in the paymaster's office at the U. S. Armory in 1845-46. He was engaged in the grocery business in 1848-49, with the late Cicero Simons, under the firm of Simons & Lee. He was one of the early and most active members of Christ Church (Episcopal), Springfield, Mass., and for many years one of its principal officers. He was an exemplary citizen, and was universally esteemed. He died at Chatham Four Corners, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1854, at the age of 41 years.

    ELIZABETH LATHROP, New York City, now Mrs. George B. Morris.

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