Catalogue of the Pupils of Isaac Webb and Julius S. Shaler's Family School, Maple Grove, Middletown, Conn., 1841. This School has been successfully continued from its establishment, May, 1833, to this time.
The design is, to receive boys at an early age, and give them a thorough preparation for any College, or for the active business of life. The number is strictly limited to twenty, and great pains have been taken to render the House, Play-room, and Play-grounds every way adapted to promote the health and happiness of this number.
An asterisk indicates: Members of School the present year.
Names in this online transcription include Baker, Beekman, Bowers, Browne, Bulloch, Chadwick, Chanler, Chauncey, Clarke, Coleman, Collins, Colt, Cooper, Crane, De Russy, Dekoven, Douglass, Dyson, Elliott, Fitch, Fitzgerald, Forbes, Goddard, Hall, Hayes, Heyer, Hogg, Howard, Hubbard, Huger, Huntington, Imlay, Jackson, Jewett, King, Lane, Law, Lenox, Machen, Marshall, Mastin, Mather, McGehee, McNair, Oliver, Olyphant, Palmer, Perkins, Pierson, Pitkin, Read, Ruddach, Russell, Scydam, Shoemaker, Smith, Stewart, Suydam, Tattnall, Trumbull, Uhlhorn, Walsh, Ward, Waring, Watkinson, Whitney, Whittelsey, Whittlesey.
Labels: Connecticut, School Records and Yearbooks
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