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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 29 1 Browse Search
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Saml. Thatcher, in Colo. Gardner's Regiment of militia, which marchd on the alarm, April 19, 1775: Muster rolls in the State House.— Saml. Thatcher, Capt., John Walton, Lieut., Jotham Walton, 2d Lieut., Josiah Moore, Sergt., Joseph Bates, Sergt., Samll. Butterfield. Sergt., James Kittle, Sergt., Thos. Fillebrown, Corp., Belcher Hancock. Corp., Joshua Gamage, Drumr., Will. Bradish, Drumr., Joseph Ayers, John Batherick, Will. Bordman, Jr., Oliver Browbenezer Bridge, Thomas Gardner, Samuel Thatcher; Captains, Benjamin Locke, John Walton; Lieutenants, Solomon Bowman, Samuel Butterfield, William Colson, Stephen Frost, Samuel Locke, Josiah Moore, Josiah Warren, Jotham Walton, John Wyman; Sergeants, Joseph Bates, Joseph Belknap, Nathaniel Bemis, Oliver Brown, John Burns, John Cutter, Josiah Dana, James Fillebrown, Thomas Fillebrown, Belcher Hancock, William Harrington, Moses Hovey, James Kettle, Isaac Learned, Joseph Trask, Isaac Tufts, Elkanah
ppleton1 Jonathan Ireland1 Hunt & Flagg3 Hubbard Russell1 Stephen Sewali1 Rev. Mr. Wiggles worth1 George Douglass1 Ye President [Langdon]1 Person Smith1 ——Bates1 James Frost2 Joseph Read1 Joseph Eares1 Benjamin Bird1 John Baverick1 Philemon Hastings1 Ebenezer Fessenden1 Nathaniel Chadwick1 —— Blacks, 9.15Ames, Simon. Appleton, John. Ayres, James. Alexander, Henry. Bangs, Isaiah. Bardwell, Seth. Barker, John. Barker, Mark. Barton, Charles. Bates, Jacob H. Bates, William. Beers, Joseph. Bent, Newell. Bigelow, Benjamin. Bigelow, Thaddeus B. Biglow, Abraham. Boardman, Andrew. Boardman,Bates, William. Beers, Joseph. Bent, Newell. Bigelow, Benjamin. Bigelow, Thaddeus B. Biglow, Abraham. Boardman, Andrew. Boardman, John. Boardman, William. Bos worth, Isaac. Bowman, Benjamin. Brackett, John. Brackett, Joseph. Bradford, Gamaliel L. Bray man, Daniel P. Brigham, Lincoln. Brigham, Taylor. Brooks, Cyrus. Brown, Edward. Brown, William. Bruce, Abel W. Bruce, Chandler. Bruce, Sylvanus. Bryant, Amos.
v. 1793; Alice, b. 4 Sept. 1799. 10. Scarborough, m. Hannah Goddin of Watertown 27 Ap. 1794; son Jonathan died 30 June 1796. 11. Aaron, m. Lydia, dau. of Joseph Bates, 1 Jan. 1801, and had Mary Snow, b. 29 Dec. 1801; Aaron, b. 20 Feb. 1803; Benjamin, b. 15 Ap. 1804; Lydia, b. 16 Oct. 1805; Jane, b. 18 Aug. 1807; Joseph BatesJoseph Bates, b. 19 June 1810. Aaron the f. d. 23 Feb. 1822, a. 48. experience, m. Thomas Foster 30 Nov. 1686. Elizabeth, m. Aaron Bordman 14 Oct. 1708. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Thwing 6 Mar. 1764. Joshua (of Westford), m. Hannah Kidder 26 Ap. 1744. Noah, m. Hannah Livermore 4 Dec. 1777. Patience, m. Coolidge P. Woods 2 May 1793. Parkn the easterly side of Brattle Square, near Mount Auburn Street, where he d. 20 Nov. 1809; his w. Sarah survived. 8. John, s. of John (7), m. Sarah, dau. of Joseph Bates, 20 June 1805; she d. of apoplexy 23 Aug. 1824, a. 43, and he m. Priscilla Hill 8 Sept. 1825; she d. 16 May 1830, a. 34, and he m. Mary Ann Phelps of Marlborou
maker. 9. David, by w. Elizabeth, had David, b. 13 Oct. 1791; Elizabeth, b. 11 Nov. 1793; Alice, b. 4 Sept. 1799. 10. Scarborough, m. Hannah Goddin of Watertown 27 Ap. 1794; son Jonathan died 30 June 1796. 11. Aaron, m. Lydia, dau. of Joseph Bates, 1 Jan. 1801, and had Mary Snow, b. 29 Dec. 1801; Aaron, b. 20 Feb. 1803; Benjamin, b. 15 Ap. 1804; Lydia, b. 16 Oct. 1805; Jane, b. 18 Aug. 1807; Joseph Bates, b. 19 June 1810. Aaron the f. d. 23 Feb. 1822, a. 48. experience, m. Thomas FoJoseph Bates, b. 19 June 1810. Aaron the f. d. 23 Feb. 1822, a. 48. experience, m. Thomas Foster 30 Nov. 1686. Elizabeth, m. Aaron Bordman 14 Oct. 1708. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Thwing 6 Mar. 1764. Joshua (of Westford), m. Hannah Kidder 26 Ap. 1744. Noah, m. Hannah Livermore 4 Dec. 1777. Patience, m. Coolidge P. Woods 2 May 1793. Parks, Richard, here as early as 1638; resided on the easterly side of North Avenue near the Common; and afterwards on the south side of the river. He d. between 12 July and 19 Oct. 1665, leaving s. Thomas, and two dau. not named, one of whom was Isabel,
nezer, bap. 12 Feb. 1786, a mason, went south, and was living in 1819; Charles, bap. 16 Dec. 1787, d. Sept. 1788; Charles, b. 1789, d. 9 Feb. 1817; Hannah, b. about Dec. 1792, d. 4 Sept. 1793, a. 9 mo. John the f. was a mason, and possessed the homestead, which he exchanged 1784 (reserving his mother's dower therein) for an estate on the easterly side of Brattle Square, near Mount Auburn Street, where he d. 20 Nov. 1809; his w. Sarah survived. 8. John, s. of John (7), m. Sarah, dau. of Joseph Bates, 20 June 1805; she d. of apoplexy 23 Aug. 1824, a. 43, and he m. Priscilla Hill 8 Sept. 1825; she d. 16 May 1830, a. 34, and he m. Mary Ann Phelps of Marlborough (pub. 6 Ap. 1833). His chil. were Sarah, b. 20 May and d. 29 June 1806; John Henry, b. 20 Ap. 1807, grad. H. C. 1827, m. Mary Ann, dau. of William E. Carter, 9 Sept. 1832, a popular editor of sundry newspapers, and d. 7 July 1872; Mary Madelia, b. 21 Jan. 1809, m. Royal Richardson 22 Mar. 1831, and d. 28 Nov. 1872; Theodore, b
e. Green. Parker. Thwing. Watson. Heate, 580. Marrett. Herring, 580. Hicks, 580, 1. Andrew. Bates. Bradford. Champney. Fisher. Flagg. Foxcroft. Fuller. Green. Hunt. Larkin. Mills. Mitche Whitney. Wiswall. Wyman. Pantry, 622. Parish, 622. Danforth. Oakes. Parris. Parker, 622, 3. Bates. Bordman. Cheney. Coolidge. Dana. Fessenden. Foster. Goddin. Gookin. Grant. Hancock. Har Isaac. Winthrop. Prentice, 628-36. Adams. Andros. Angier. Appleton. Austin. Badger. Balch. Bates. Batson. Binney. Bird. Bordman. Brackett. Brown. Butman. Capen. Collier. Collins. Conantpring. Stone. Trowbridge. Williams. Wilson. Woods. Wyeth. Warland, 677, 8. Abbott. Barrett. Bates. Bean. Bigelow. Bird. Breed. Brown. Carter. Cutler. Darling. Farwell. Giles. Hill. Ho
s distributed in different counties in Texas to recruit the companies and prepare for its future action in Texas and Louisiana. (See Appendix for details of this campaign.) A regiment of infantry was raised (styled the Thirteenth infantry, or Bates' regiment) and stationed at Velasco, at the mouth of the Brazos river, where it remained during the war. Its officers were Col. Joseph Bates and Lieut.-Col. Reuben Brown. Henry P. Cayce was at another time lieutenant-colonel, and during its serviCol. Joseph Bates and Lieut.-Col. Reuben Brown. Henry P. Cayce was at another time lieutenant-colonel, and during its service there were Majors R. L. Foard, S. L. Perry and L. C. Rountree. Reference will be further made of the officers when any action at the different ports of Texas shall have occurred. This must suffice for a description of the disposition of the Texas forces during the year 1861, so far as the records and other reliable information show. The legislature of Texas met in November, 1861, and elected to the Confederate Senate, under the permanent government, Louis T. Wigfall and W. S. Oldham. T
On Monday a man named Wm. McLeod went to the house of Joseph Bates and insulted Mr. Bates by a somewhat indiscriminate abuMr. Bates by a somewhat indiscriminate abuse of him and the neighbors generally. He left the house after Bates had in retaliation for the abuse received, bestowed on Bates had in retaliation for the abuse received, bestowed on him many opprobrious epithets. On Tuesday afternoon, having armed himself with a double-barrel shot gun, which he borrowed, house to procure it, when he was requested by McLeod to de Bates to come out, as he wished to talk to him. Bates went out neBates went out near to McLeod, some hundred and fifty feet from the house, when the latter demanded why certain names had been applied to him the day before. A quarrel followed, during which Bates took a maul, when McLeod ordered him to go to the house. Bates was fBates was fifty or more feet from his antagonist, when the latter, taking deliberate aim, exploded, fruitlessly, one of the gun-caps. Tl unfortunately went off, lodging forty-five buck-shot within the space of a man's hand, near the region of Bates's heart.