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William Krager. Company E, 77 men: Capt., Rud Anselm; 1st Lieut., Oscar Van Herringen; 2d Lieut., Fred. Mosebach. Company F, 77 men: Capt., Louis Hochheim; 1st. Lieut., Gustav Von Branssen; 2d Lieut., C. Von Hohenhausen. Company G, 77 men: Capt., Sixtus Kapp; 1st Lieut., Wm. Dietz; 2d Lieut., Emil Edler. Company H, 77 men: Capt., Jacob Schoenleber; 1st Lieut., Augustus Feilon; 2d Lieut., Theo. Glaubensklee. Company I, 77 men: Capt., Charles Bethon; 1st Lieut., Theo. Schaedle; 2d Lieut., Joseph Allen. Company K., 77 men: Capt., Edward Wratislaw; 1st Lieut., Louis Wiederhold; 2d Lieut., Julius de Boeshe. This regiment is composed of German riflemen. Previous to their departure they were presented with a stand of colors by Judge Daly of New York, who, at the presentation, delivered the following speech: Colonel Bendix: The flags which I have the honor, to offer for the acceptance of your regiment are the gifts of women, members of some of our oldest families, whose ancestors
r review, with heads uncovered. The officers were called to the front, and the following letter was read to them: Col. Allen, First Regiment N. Y.Volunteers: In the conviction that the regiment in your command, will prove worthy of the great c E. 15th street. Eleanor F. Strong 38 E. 22d street. Ella Coles, 298 Fifth avenue. Mary Benkard, 96 Fifth avenue. Colonel Allen replied with some difficulty, as he was suffering from a severe cold. The officers then entered a room in the Astor House, where the ladies were, and Dr. Mott said: Col. Allen and officers of the First Regiment:--The ladies present, are those who have attached their names to the letter read to you, offering their services to contribute whatever is necessary t, return our sincere and most grateful thanks. The following impromptu lines, by E. T. P. Beach, were presented to Col. Allen: Hail to our banner! Hail to the Banner that waveth in glory! Hail to the Flag of our dear cherished land! Hail to th
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 15: Worcester County. (search)
lliam A. Bartlett, 2d, George G. Valentine, Warren E. Moore; in 1864 and 1865, Samuel Clark, George G. Valentine, William A. Bartlett, 2d, Warren E. Moore, William Burdett. The town-clerk during all the years of the war was Samuel Clark. The town-treasurer during the same period was John B. Crawford. 1861. When the President made his first call for troops, a citizens' meeting was immediately called. It met on the 17th of April, and was large and spirited. Rev. S. S. Ashley, Rev. Joseph Allen, D. D., George C. Davis, Wilder Bush, and Samuel Clarke were appointed to draft resolutions. They reported the following, which were unanimously adopted:— Resolved, That we, the citizens of Northborough, do hereby pledge to Liberty and our country our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor, and will give our united and cordial support to the Government of the United States in the present alarming crisis of our national affairs, and will hold ourselves in readiness to contribute acc
roken and one of his arms, and several other wounds about his head; which we judge to be by a most tempestuous storm or whirlwind, that after a most formidable manner blew up trees round about him, and removed great stones from under the fence that was just by him, with other most dreadful and amazing effects which many were eye-witnesses unto. I have found no record of his family. 4. Samuel, s. of Richard (2), by w. Ebenezer (so twice in the Record) had Elizabeth, b. 15 Jan. 1676, m. Joseph Allen of Wat. 19 Dec. 1700; Richard, b. 6 Dec. 1679. Samuel the f. was one of the Hog-reeves on the south side of the river in 1684. 5. Nathaniel, S. of Richard (2), m. Mary Braside 4 Aug. 1669, and had Rebecca, b. 6 Jan. 1671-2, m. Joseph Cheney; Mary, b. 31 May 1673, d. 30 Nov. 1676; Deborah, b. 6 June 1674, m. Thomas Squire, and (2d) William Brown; Nathaniel, b. 28 Feb. 1677-8; John, b. 21 Nov. 1680; Thomas, b. 6 Nov. 1683, d. 31 Jan. 1700-1; Samuel, b. 30 May 1686; Joseph, b. 8 Nov. 168
roken and one of his arms, and several other wounds about his head; which we judge to be by a most tempestuous storm or whirlwind, that after a most formidable manner blew up trees round about him, and removed great stones from under the fence that was just by him, with other most dreadful and amazing effects which many were eye-witnesses unto. I have found no record of his family. 4. Samuel, s. of Richard (2), by w. Ebenezer (so twice in the Record) had Elizabeth, b. 15 Jan. 1676, m. Joseph Allen of Wat. 19 Dec. 1700; Richard, b. 6 Dec. 1679. Samuel the f. was one of the Hog-reeves on the south side of the river in 1684. 5. Nathaniel, S. of Richard (2), m. Mary Braside 4 Aug. 1669, and had Rebecca, b. 6 Jan. 1671-2, m. Joseph Cheney; Mary, b. 31 May 1673, d. 30 Nov. 1676; Deborah, b. 6 June 1674, m. Thomas Squire, and (2d) William Brown; Nathaniel, b. 28 Feb. 1677-8; John, b. 21 Nov. 1680; Thomas, b. 6 Nov. 1683, d. 31 Jan. 1700-1; Samuel, b. 30 May 1686; Joseph, b. 8 Nov. 168
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
ove, Private R. M. Bently, Nelson Armstrong, J. Bryant, Gustavus Brown. Private R. Bryant, [1 off. 59 men.] Fifth Florida Regiment. Co. A. Private John Mays, John Stewart, Private David L. Geer, Private B. G. Gainey, Joseph Allen. Co. B. 1st Sergeant James Oliver, 3d Sergeant Joseph Allen, 4th Sergeant Joseph Bryant, Private Andrews Feiget. Co. C. Private M. Sloan, W. R. Sloan, Samuel Edwards, Nathan Odom, Private C. S. Alligood, Asa Holt, W3d Sergeant Joseph Allen, 4th Sergeant Joseph Bryant, Private Andrews Feiget. Co. C. Private M. Sloan, W. R. Sloan, Samuel Edwards, Nathan Odom, Private C. S. Alligood, Asa Holt, W. M. Isler. Co. D. Private William Howell, Hawkins, John Tatum, William Catledge. Co. E. 3d Sergeant John W. Jones, Private H. Holtzclaw, Every Stokeley, Private William Bailey, Wm. C. Bryan, N. W. Howell. Co. F. 1st Sergeant F. M. Brown, Private J. A. Hill, Wm. A. Lindsay, Private James Newson, J. A. Taylor. Co. G. 1st Sergeant C. W. Bannerman, 2d Sergeant J. F. Reichert, 5th Sergeant James Duncan, Private John H. Brooker, Thomas Freeman. Co. H.
ict where printed. Persons calling for letters in this List, will please say they are Advertised. Ladies' List. Atkisson miss M A Ayres miss K Ashbrook miss R P Askine miss A D Attkisson miss M S Austin mrs M C Amos miss M Allen mrs G A Black miss Barnette miss M E Barr mrs S S Banks mrs S A Barker miss C A Battailo miss E C Barlow mrs E Birch miss M Blankinship mrs H Blakey mrs M F Blair mrs N E Buchett miss S E Blanchard mrs J A Booth mrs C Woodfin miss Martha E Young miss L Gentlemen's List. Acree W C Anderson Mr Avey F F Aldridge S R 2 Aldworth R Auld E Anderson G N Ashby H C Abrahams H Archibald H M Adkins Jos Atkinson Jas Adams H Abrahams C Allen L S Abrahams A Archer B O Anderson W P Areny W F Armidon A O Armidon J P Anderson W (c'd) Brown H Barnes S E Beasley M 2 Bonnavant P D2 Blount L Bomser L Brown T R Butler M P Baker R A Blatchford R M Bullington
for letters in the List will please say they are Advertised. Ladies' list. Anderson mrs M Alderslade mrs J M Allen mrs M A Adams mrs N F Alkins miss N W Anderson miss Cecilia Allen miss Nannie Allen miss C B Anderson mAllen miss Nannie Allen miss C B Anderson miss B B Fall mrs Aug. Balley mrs Sempy Binford mrs Lucy A Bullock mrs Lucy Burroughs mrs G W Buchanan mrs Sarah E Ballard miss Fannie Barnes miss A M Barrett miss M A E Barber miss C A Brandon miss Lizzie Burch miAllen miss C B Anderson miss B B Fall mrs Aug. Balley mrs Sempy Binford mrs Lucy A Bullock mrs Lucy Burroughs mrs G W Buchanan mrs Sarah E Ballard miss Fannie Barnes miss A M Barrett miss M A E Barber miss C A Brandon miss Lizzie Burch miss Marietta Brown mrs Sophia Brady mrs Brennan miss Burck miss Eliza Bates miss Pattie A Brooks miss Nancy Bowser miss Frances Crenshaw mrs F E Curry mrs Lucy L Crenshaw mrs Sarah B Campbell mrs E N G Carter mrs Ms A E C Wren miss M C Gentlemen's list. Allen Edward Auto Ed Allen Gerard Arnett Hy C Ashby Hy C Allen M W 2 Atkins Michael Allen Jas R Archer Dr J L Atkinson Jas T Antheny Jno F Allison Jas H Angel Jno
Burnt to death. --On Thursday last, a negro infant was burnt to death on the premises of Joseph Allen, Esq., corner of 13th and Broad streets. The woman who had the child in charge left the child lying in its cradle, and was absent from the room a short time. On her return she found, to her horror, that the cradle had caught fire and burnt, with the babe in it.
they are Advertised. Ladies' list. Alley mrs Wm A 2 Austin mrs Mary C Austin mrs E B Allen mrs Martha A Alvis mrs Sally Amour mrs Wm H Allen mrs G Allen mrs Geo O Akin mrs Jas HAllen mrs G Allen mrs Geo O Akin mrs Jas H Armislead miss Sallie C Archer miss Mary S Allen miss Lucy Brett mrs Hudson Bookin mrs Jno M Bolton mrs Florina Bickford mrs E G Barlow mrs Eliza Balley mrs J H Booth mrs Louisa Allen mrs Geo O Akin mrs Jas H Armislead miss Sallie C Archer miss Mary S Allen miss Lucy Brett mrs Hudson Bookin mrs Jno M Bolton mrs Florina Bickford mrs E G Barlow mrs Eliza Balley mrs J H Booth mrs Louisa Barford mrs Susan A Baur mrs A D Baldwin mrs Chas Berry mrs S A Buckannon mrs Brown mrs Eliza A Brous mrs Drucilla Bragg mrs Mary S Bragg mrs Va Boseman mrs Sarah C Beaziey missAllen miss Lucy Brett mrs Hudson Bookin mrs Jno M Bolton mrs Florina Bickford mrs E G Barlow mrs Eliza Balley mrs J H Booth mrs Louisa Barford mrs Susan A Baur mrs A D Baldwin mrs Chas Berry mrs S A Buckannon mrs Brown mrs Eliza A Brous mrs Drucilla Bragg mrs Mary S Bragg mrs Va Boseman mrs Sarah C Beaziey miss Mary S Blatt miss Mary Bass miss Henrietta Barnes miss Fannic Bailey miss E B 2 Burwell miss Maggie Brown miss Mary T Burch miss Ellen B Burke miss Eliz'th Coleman miss Ellen Chace miss Ann Walker miss S J 2 Gentlemen's list. Adams L Anderson P Ed Addison Thos Allen R C Adams T E Angel Jno S 2 Allison Jas Armstrong W R Anderson W Armstead Wm P Act
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