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

    HANNAH M. BRYANT, South Deerfield, Mass.

    MARY MOORFIELD, Brookline, Mass.

    MARY C. MOORE, North Hatfield, Mass., now Mrs. Asa W. Sanderson. — The late William S. Elwell, who died at Springfield, Mass., Aug. 12, 1881, at the age of 71 years, painted a portrait of Miss Moore when she was nine years old, and again at the age of nineteen. This portrait was so creditable to the artist as well as to the original, that the late Chester Harding, the eminent artist (who died April 1, 1866, in the 74th year of his age), suggested that it be sent to Washington, D. C., where it hung in the White House for two years beside the portrait of Mrs. (President) Madison.

    ELIZABETH SHIPLEY, Boston, Mass.

    MARY EMERY, Dorchester, Mass.

    CATHARINE CUMMINGS, Milton, Mass. — Married a Mr. Tileston.

    SOPHIA C. TOBEY. — Married A. S. W. Goodwin, Esq., St. Louis, Mo. She died at Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 23, 1885, at the age Of 70 years.

    NANCY B. HATCH. — Married a Mr. Kent, Cincinnati, 0. She died July 29, 1849, aged 26 years.

    ANN OSGOOD. — Died in California, Jan. 26, 1857, aged 26.

    HANNAH LYMAN. — Resided in Philadelphia, Penn.


    FANNY BANGS. — Died several years ago.



    THOMAS D. HOWARD, Charlestown, N..H. — A graduate of Harvard College in 1848. A Unitarian clergyman.

    SAMUEL BOWLES, Springfield, Mass. Journalist. Died Jan. 16, 1878, at the age Of 53.

    DAVID A. WELLS, Norwich, Conn. — A graduate of Harvard College in 1851. An eminent political economist.

    CHARLES W. CHAPIN, Springfield, Mass.

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