Bethel, Maine: 10 scholarship and conduct reports for student Charles Chapman from teacher S. H. Stevens at Bethel Grammar School during the Summer Session of 1858.
From online research, hopefully correct - corrections requested:
Charles Jarvis Chapman (1848-1898), who would become Mayor of Portland, Maine, was born 29 January 1848 at Bethel, Maine, the son of Robert Andrews Chapman and Frances (Carter) Chapman.
On 15 September 1875, Charles married Annie Dow Hinds of Portland. She was born in May of 1852, the daughter of Benjamin F. and Adrianna Viesie (Chase) Hinds.
After his successes at Bethel Grammar School, Charles Jarvis Chapman attended Gould Academy and Gorham Academy and graduated from Bowdoin College at Brunswick, Maine, in 1868. He went to Minnesota after college and worked for the Northern Pacific Railroad for about two years. He then returned to Portland, Maine, and managed Norton & Chapman & Company, a grain commission house. In 1886 he was elected mayor of Portland and was re-elected twice. He died suddenly of Bright's Disease on 1 June 1898.
- Marion Carter Chapman, b. 29 June 1876 at Portland; m. Samuel Grant Shartle of Pennsylvania
- Robert Franklin Chapman, b. 20 or 26 April 1878 at Portland; m. Grace Ray Tomlinson
- Charles Jarvis Chapman, Jr.; b. 6 Jan 1883 at Portland; m. Marguerite Rumery
- Philip Freeland Chapman; b. 3 November 1884 at Portland; m. Gladys Doten
- Harrison Carter Chapman; b. 19 September 1888; m. Virginia Woodbury
As for teacher S. H. Stevens, he may have been the Simon Stevens or Samuel Stevens who lived in that era in the Bethel area, or the teacher may have been a woman. Hopefully, a reader will weigh in.