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History of Stoneham, Massachusetts. William B. Stevens. Softcover, (1891), repr. 2002, New, Illus., Fullname Index, 355 pp.
‘From time immemorial the citizens of Stoneham have shown a desire to know and possess something concerning the history of the town in which they live, and biographies and reminiscences of its pioneers and prominent men, both living and dead...’ This book is a must have for anyone who has ancestors that lived in Stoneham. The history starts in 1632 when Governor Winthrop first visited this area and goes until the time of the book’s original publication, 1891. Most of this book contains biographical sketches of the pioneers and prominent men of the town. Some of these pioneering men are: Ira Gerry, Dr. William F. Stevens, Luther Hill, Amasa Farrier, Edward Tuck Whittier, Silas Dean, George Cowdrey, Esq., William G. Fuller, William Hurd, B. F. Richardson, Michael H. Fitzgerald and many others. Pictures highlight this book, as well as a new fullname index. #S2064 ISBN 0-7884-2064-X