|Grace Abbot Wood b. Oct 6, 1852, music teacher, lived in an apartment on Craigie Circle, Cambridge, MA for at least 22 years until her death in the 1930's. Her relatives discarded the Nathaniel W. Appleton book which was then rescued from the trash by Harold Wood (not related to Grace Wood).|
|Titled "'Memories', Dedicated to the Memory of Ella W. Appleton", the Nathaniel W. Appleton book is a collection of passages & hymns, which was originally planned to be given to Grace Wood. However Nathaniel decided his "Moore St. parents", Mr. & Mrs. Frank P. Appleton, should receive it and that Grace Wood would inherit it, which she did.|
|Ella Wood Appleton (1848-1875), b. Sep. 3, 1848, m.
Aug. 31, 1871, d. Oct. 21, 1875 in Lowell, MA. Age 27y 1m
18d. Interred Oct. 23, 1875.
Walker Appleton (1848-1929), b.
Feb. 1848, interred Aug. 29, 1929, age 81y 6m 9d.
Sisters & brother of Nathaniel
All buried at the Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA
(blue info from John Appleton)
|Rev. Horatio Wood (1807-1891),
Unitarian minister, Lowell, MA. Married Mar. 11,
1835 to Abigail Abbot b. Sep.
29, 1814. Officiated at his daughter
Ella's wedding, Aug. 31, 1871. Established
the Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank for the factory workers.
|Ella & Grace Wood picture- back- Morrill (photographer) - Lowell (city)|
|Assisting at Ella Wood's wedding, Rev. A. A.
Livermore (Abiel Abbot Livermore) b. Oct. 30, 1811,
brother-in-law and 1st cousin to Rev. Horatio Wood's
wife, Abigail Abbot.