This Day In Norwood History- July 18, 1897- Norwood Centenarian Mrs. Mary D. Chickering, Dies Very Peacefully.
Monday, June 14, 1807, the one-hundredth birthday of the oldest woman in the healthful and beautiful town of Norwood, was ushered in with clouds and threatening weather, followed by....
Enjoyed Full Control of Her Faculties to the Very Last. In Early Years She Taught in Famous Old Brick Schoolhouse. NORWOOD, July 17—Mrs. Mary Dean Chickering, the oldest resident of … Continue reading This Day In Norwood History- July 18, 1897- Norwood Centenarian Mrs. Mary D. Chickering, Dies Very Peacefully.
He Was Also A Notable Hunter And Collector. The Mere Mention Of "Lem” Dean’s Name Was Always Good For A Laugh In Old Days Says Win Everett 1895 Lemuel "Lem" … Continue reading Lemuel Dean – The First Merchant In Tyot Village
NORWOOD'S CENTENARIAN. Mrs Mary D. Chickering Celebrates 100th Birthday, Enjoying Remarkably Good Health and Mental Faculties. NORWOOD, June 14—On Walpole st, close to the Hoyle st crossing, stands the Chickering … Continue reading This Day In Norwood History-June 14, 1897