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ap. 9 Dec. 1755. Mary (John's widow), m. Oliver Stone, of Harvard, 12 May, 1757. The dau. Hephzibah m. Frost. 5. Benjamin, s. of Samuel (2), m. Mary Peirce, of Charlestown, 2 Aug. 1757. (See Wyman, 623.) He o. c. Pct. ch. 30 Mar. 1760, and had Mary, b. 19, hap. 30 Mar. 1760, d. (13 July, 1790, never married); William, b. 27, bap. 29 Aug. 1762; Benjamin, b. 6, bap. 7 July, 1765; Deborah, b. 22, bap. 22 Jan. 1768, d. 28 Jan. 1768, a. 7 days; a son, stillborn, 18 June, 1770; a child, b. 21 Dec., d. 22 Dec. 1771, a. 1 day; a dau., stillborn, 7 June, 1775; a dau., b. 2 Sept., d. 7 Sept. 1776, a. 4 days; a child (of Capt. Benj.), stillborn, 8 Aug. 1778. Capt. Benjamin belonged to the Baptist Society in Camb. N. W. Pct. 21 July, 1787. He was Pct. committeeman and assessor in 1775. His wid. Mary d. 29 Dec. 1809, a. 71. He lived where his son William afterward did, and d. 7 Dec. 1791, a. 53. He was a selectman of Camb. 1777, 1778, and assessor 1778, 1788. 1789; was captain of the
ambridge. Printed by H. O. Houghton & Co. Pp. 168. is deserving of high commendation. It is the record of Warren H. Freeman, who served as a soldier in the Thirteenth and afterward in the Thirty-ninth Massachusetts Regiments, and his brother Eugene H. Freeman, who was an engineer in the transport service, sons of Mr. J. D. Freeman. Warren H. joined Company A, 13th Mass. Regiment, in Maryland, on the third day after leaving home on Dec. 1, 1861, and his first letter from the army is dated Dec. 21. He was then engaged in campaigning in Virginia. Received a corporal's warrant some weeks before April 13, 1863, was made prisoner at Gettysburg, Pa, first day of the series of battles July, 1863, and afterward paroled; promoted to sergeant, warrant dated July 1, 1864; transferred to Co. A, 39th Regt., and discharged Sept. 13, 1864, in the field, by reason of no vacancies existing in the regiment to which he was assigned. The letters of Eugene H. are confined to matters on the Potomac Ri