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

    MARTHA GLOVER. — Married a Mr. Simmons, Chicago, Ill.

    FANNY GLOVER, Chicago, Ill.

    MARGARETTE E. HARDING, now Mrs. Rev. William 0.White, Brookline, Mass.

    OPHELIA HARDING, now Mrs. Judge Krum, St. Louis, Mo.

    CAROLINE DRAPER, now Mrs. Dr. Edward Trask, Los Angeles, Cal.

    MARY WARRINER, now Mrs. Judge Henry Morris, Springfield, Mass. — Judge Morris was a graduate of Amherst College in 1832. He was chairman of the board of selectmen of the town of Springfield and was president of the common council when it became a city. He was a member of the Legislature in 1855. The same year he was made judge of the Court of Common Pleas. He was a trustee of Amherst College. In 1869 the college conferred upon him the degree of LL.D. judge Morris was a valued local historical writer of much worth. He was the essayist at the 25oth Anniversary of the settlement of Springfield. He died June 4, 1888, in the 74th year of his age, greatly beloved in the community in which he had for so many years resided.

    ELLEN CLARY, Springfield, Mass.

    MARIA FOSTER, Springfield, Mass.

    MARY S. DAY, Springfield, Mass. — Died in 1879, aged 58 years.

    ELIZABETH D. DAY, Springfield, Mass. — Died July 10, 1839, aged 14 years.

    MARTHA D. GRAVES, Springfield, Mass. — Died Oct. 19, 1840, aged 18 years.

    LUCY MARIA ALLEN, Springfield, Mass. — Died Aug. 9, 1848, aged 24 years.

    JULIA FOSTER, Springfield, Mass., now Mrs, Walter E. Chapin.

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