Everytime I see some deluded local knuckleheaded dude paired up with one of these opportunistic girls I am amused at the male ego that has them thinking they are being "dated" because of their looks and charming personality nasty with a captial N, they like ruining marriges, relationships and friendships, flirt with your man right in front of you, im a local lady with class, never would i punch her in a local business i frequent, i wait till she walks out and then i lol as she attempts to locate her missing teeth on the pavement.
What was called " the Great Road from Boston to Alhany." between Blanford, Hampden county, and Great Barrington, was traversed by the troops under Major General Amherst, marching to the capture of Fort Ticonderoga; and upon it, from Saratoga to Boston, marched the captured army of Bur- goyne, who, himself, was lodged for one night at Tyringham. He is past chancellor in the Knights of Pythias, and has been a member of the Grand Lodae of Massachusetts. His wife died at Norwalk, and he married (second), January i. While in the latter place he was elected a professor in the college at Charleston. In 1881 he received the degree of Master of Arts from Yale College, and made a trip to Europe. was appointed a member of the institute faculty of the state of New "N'ork, January, 1886, deputy superintendent of public instruction, and soon 286 BERKSHIRE COUNTY after principal of the State Normal School at New Paltz, New York.
The main i)urpose was the making and maintenance of a ]):issable road Ijetween the Con- 14 BERKSHIRE COUNTY necticut and Honsatonic rivers, for military purposes, affording a line for troops and supplies to the Canada frontier. He also holds the same position in the Berkshire Loan and Trust Company and the Co-Operative Bank, and is interested in the Third National Bank, of which he was an original stockholder. He married Joan Turney, and resided first in Bos- ton and then in Watertown, Connecticut. rem D^'ing• to Norwalk in 165 1, and served in many official positions in the town, and was a representative for several years previous to 1671. He taught in the academy at Norwich, New York, for two years, was principal of the union school at Sherburne for three years and professor in the academy at Albany, New York, for three and a half years.
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The next step in the settlement of the Berkshire region was under a grant of land for four townships along the route betv^een \'estfiel(l and Sheffield. Matilda L., married Carl Cyrus, of Bridgeport, Connecticut. Carrie, who died at the age of eighteen moj.thi\ Amelia. He preferred, however, to enter into business with his brother-in-law, John White, and the two purchased a small brewery in w^hich they began operations on a small scale, and now they are owners of a mammoth establishment two hundred feet long, operated under the corporate title of Berkshire Brewing Association with a ca[»ital stock of one hundred thousand dollars, and a capacity of seventy thousand barrels w^ith a gratifying yearly increase of output. Gimlicli was one of the organizers of the City Savings Bank, and is yet a director. John Bouton sailed from Gravcsend, England, July, 1635, in the bark " Issuance," and landed at Boston in December of the same year, 284 BERKSHIRE COUNTY aged twenty years. Bouton entered Yale College, after a course at the seminary at Cazenovia, New York, where he secured numerous prizes, and gradu- ated in 1875, and was the class poet.