Stoneham is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. The population was 22,219 at the 2000 census.
The earliest mention of Stoneham by European settlers was in the year 1632 when Governor Winthrop and his party came upon this area to picnic. They found Spot Pond and ate their lunch on Cheese Rock, now known as Bear Hill. Stoneham was first settled in 1645 and was originally a part of Charlestown; the original settlers of the area were Whigs. In 1725, the residents of the area petitioned Charlestown to allow them to form a separate town, although no specific reason was given for why they did this.
Stoneham borders the following towns: Woburn, Winchester, Medford, Malden, Melrose, Wakefield, and Reading.
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