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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 Excerpt: ...practised law at Greenfield, Mass. (1807-10), and at Greenwich, Mass. (181.0-26). He was high sheriff of Franklin Co., Mass. (1811-15), and State...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 Excerpt: ...practised law at Greenfield, Mass. (1807-10), and at Greenwich, Mass. (181.0-26). He was high sheriff of Franklin Co., Mass. (1811-15), and State Senator (1824-6). He d. at Boston, Feb. 11. 1826, aet. 43, while the legislature was in session. He was a man of fine personal appearance and courtly manners. He m. May 19, 1812, widow Mary Upham nee Field (widow of Joshua N. Upham and dau. of Robert Field of Greenwich, Mass., and Rachel Pomeroy). Robert Field of Greenwich was a man of wealth and great public spirit. Enfield, afterwards set off from Greenwich, was named in honor of him. Joshua N. Upham, b. in 1796 (son of Joshua Upham and Elizabeth Murray), d. in 1805, aet. 27. He was grad. at Harvard, and was a lawyer at Greenfield. Seventh Generation. Children: 3539. i. Eliza Jones Lyman, b. in 1813, d. June 19, 1830, aet. 17. 3540. ii. Mary Field Lyman, b. about 1815. She has been for many years principal, with her sister Catharine, of a Young Ladies' Seminary at Philadelphia, Pa. 3541. iii. Catharine Dwight Lyman, b. about 1817, principal of Seminary as above, with her sister. 3542. iv. Annie Jean Lyman, b. about 1819, m. Prof. Charles Short. 3543. v. Elihu Lyman, b. in 1820, d. July 1, 1823. 3544. vi. Charlotte Augusta Lyman, b. about 1822. 3545. vii. Elihu Lyman, 2d, b. about 1824, d. Jan. 24, 1825. 3542. iv. Annie Jean Lyman, b. about 1819, m. Oct. 9, 1849, Prof. Charles Short, b. at Haverhill, Mass., May 28, 1821 (son of Charles Short of Newburyport, Mass., and Rebecca George), grad. at Harvard in 1846. He was master of the Roxbury, Mass., Grammar School (1847-53); teacher of a classical school of his own in Philadelphia (1853-63); Prest. of Kenyon Coll., Gambier, O., and Prof. of Mental and Moral Philosophy there (1863-7), and Prof. of Latin in Columbia C...
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