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"Inman Square’s first owner was King James II of England, who would bequeath it in a larger parcel to Governor Thomas Dudley in 1635."
That can't be right. James II was two years old in 1635. Everyking 13:52, 5 Feb 2005 (UTC)
- Correct, he would be 2. I don't know what to say about most of the history added anonymously to this page. But it's painfully obvious that it has to be researched and confirmed. I'll put the verify tag on until this can be resolved.--sp00n17:talk 16:43, Feb 5, 2005 (UTC)
- I removed the questionable portion. Hopefully, in the future, when people litter the article with otherwise questionable facts, they include some credible reference. Whilst, most facts that exist on this site, can easily be observed by those of us who live here. --sp00n17:talk 05:05, Mar 2, 2005 (UTC)
Someone please cite the info in here. If there's no citation, it must be your original research. If it's your original research, Wikipedia is not the place for it. 22.214.171.124 19:20, 19 September 2006 (UTC)
- Add Unref tag to article Pnkrockr 16:30, 16 November 2006 (UTC)
It is my understanding that the official name is David I. Calnan Sq. The City re-named the square in honor of this local resident who died in Italy during WWII. There is a Gold Star Mother's plaque at the corner of Cambridge and Springfield St.