| || Notes for WILSON S. ABBOTT:|
Wilson graduated at Dartmouth College in 1852. He was in charge of the Academy in Westminster, Mass., one year, and of the Seminary in Brattleboro, Vt., three years. He then settled on the homestead in Raymond and frequently engaged in teaching and farming. He and Olive had 2 daughters (as of 1892). Additional source: Fullonton, Joseph, "History of Raymond, NH," (1875), pg. 300 for genealogy and pg. 76 for bio. The following was submitted by: Nancy Cressy, email@example.com Report of the Selectmen and Auditors of the Town of Raymond For the year ending March 3 1866 Together with a report of the Superintending School Committee Report of the Superintending School Committee (page 18) District No. 3 Winter, W. S. Abbott, teacher. Term, 9 weeks. Whole number, 27 There were none that were not absent one day or more, yet the record in this respect was a fair one. Tardiness and dismissals were but few. This was the only male teacher employed in the town. It was gratifying to find one, as the idea of having such should not become obsolete. The exmination gave evidence of correct teaching, and of study on the part of the pupils. Visits from citizens, 6 She has a copy of this report, which came from her grest-grandfathers house, Luther M. Wason of Raymond.