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Historic leaves, volume 1, April, 1902 - January, 1903, Military Record of Captain Martin Binney (search)
astow to name two men of his old company who would make suitable officers in his new company in Maine. Captain Brastow gave him the names of Martin Binney and Edward Brackett. Captain West offered me a commission as second lieutenant, and Brackett that of first sergeant, stating that he himself expected to be commissioned major inBrackett that of first sergeant, stating that he himself expected to be commissioned major in another Maine regiment, which would leave us both a chance of promotion. We accepted and went to Maine and helped recruit the company. We received our commissions and were attached to the Tenth Maine regiment, which was in camp at Cape Elizabeth, near Portland, Me. My commission from Governor Washburn of Maine as second lieutenckett, second lieutenant. This regiment was in the fight at Cedar Mountain, where Captain Beardsley was taken prisoner. This left the company under Second Lieutenant Edward Brackett, of Somerville, and they went up through Luray valley and joined General Pope's army at or near Manassas Junction, Va. In August, 1862, the enemy
. corner of Cambridge and Linwood. Bradshaw, Henry, b. refreshments F. H. market, h. Joy. Brackett, Thomas O.; b. bank messenger, h. Summer. Brackett, Samuel E., b. merchant, h. Chestnut. Brackett, Samuel E., b. merchant, h. Chestnut. Brackett, Charles, b. cabinet maker, h. Mt. Pleasant. Brackett, John, cellar stone layer, h. Garden court. Brackett, George, ox teamster, h. Garden court. Brastow, George O., dealer in real eBrackett, Charles, b. cabinet maker, h. Mt. Pleasant. Brackett, John, cellar stone layer, h. Garden court. Brackett, George, ox teamster, h. Garden court. Brastow, George O., dealer in real estate, h. Central. Brown, Jonathan, Jr., cashier Market Bank, h. Broadway. Brown, Edward, laborer, h. Medford. Brigham. Joseph B., b. merchant, h. Beach. Bruce, Joseph A., b. trader, h. ChBrackett, John, cellar stone layer, h. Garden court. Brackett, George, ox teamster, h. Garden court. Brastow, George O., dealer in real estate, h. Central. Brown, Jonathan, Jr., cashier Market Bank, h. Broadway. Brown, Edward, laborer, h. Medford. Brigham. Joseph B., b. merchant, h. Beach. Bruce, Joseph A., b. trader, h. Cherry. Burke, Edward, h. on lane from Porter's to Broadway. Burbank, Lorenzo, teamster, h. Cambridge street. Burroughs, William, teamster, h. Medford turnpike. Burns, Peter, charcoal dealerBrackett, George, ox teamster, h. Garden court. Brastow, George O., dealer in real estate, h. Central. Brown, Jonathan, Jr., cashier Market Bank, h. Broadway. Brown, Edward, laborer, h. Medford. Brigham. Joseph B., b. merchant, h. Beach. Bruce, Joseph A., b. trader, h. Cherry. Burke, Edward, h. on lane from Porter's to Broadway. Burbank, Lorenzo, teamster, h. Cambridge street. Burroughs, William, teamster, h. Medford turnpike. Burns, Peter, charcoal dealer, h. Joy. Buttrick, Mrs. M. E., widow, h. Mt. Pleasant. Buckingham, Joseph H., U. S. commissioner, h. Beacon. Bucknam, Caleb, mason, h. Milk. Buddrow, Joseph, Somerville Omnibus Agent, Fra
Edward Brackett by Captain Martin Binney. Edward Brackett was the son of Thomas O. Brackett, of Somerville, Mass. He was a graduate of Harvard College, and was a student in the Harvard Law School when he enlisted, in April, 1861, in Captain George O. Brastow's company (I), Somerville Light Infantry, of the Fifth regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers (First Three Months Volunteers). He was in the skirmish at Wolf's Run Shoals, Va., July 18, 1861, while on the march to Bull Run, Va. Brackett wEdward Brackett was the son of Thomas O. Brackett, of Somerville, Mass. He was a graduate of Harvard College, and was a student in the Harvard Law School when he enlisted, in April, 1861, in Captain George O. Brastow's company (I), Somerville Light Infantry, of the Fifth regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers (First Three Months Volunteers). He was in the skirmish at Wolf's Run Shoals, Va., July 18, 1861, while on the march to Bull Run, Va. Brackett was in this skirmish (with the writer of this sketch), and he behaved in most gallant and intrepid form. The men in this skirmish composed ten from each company, and were in charge of Captain Messer, of the Haverhill company. This detachment was thrown out on a side road to protect the left flank of the marching column. While the detachment was fording the creek—Wolf's Run—we came upon a body of the enemy and received their fire, and returned the compliment. Brackett stood in the middle of
Historic leaves, volume 1, April, 1902 - January, 1903, Service in Tenth Maine Volunteers. (search)
the Fifth Massachusetts regiment, which ended August 1, 1861, Edward Brackett, who was full of true patriotism, again enlisted, and was appol Miles was killed September 15, 1862, at Harper's Ferry, Va. Sergeant Brackett was in many engagements with the regiment in this brigade, and again proved himself a brave and intrepid soldier. Brackett was also in many engagements in the Shenandoah valley, and in August, 1862, thiment was in the battle of Antietam September 17, 1862, and Edward Brackett was in command of company D. Captain West having been made major optain Beardsley having been taken prisoner at Cedar Mountain, left Brackett in command of the company. Lieutenant Edward Brackett was killed Lieutenant Edward Brackett was killed at the battle of Antietam September 17, 1862. Brackett was a most efficient, brave, and intrepid soldier and officer, and a most courteous Brackett was a most efficient, brave, and intrepid soldier and officer, and a most courteous gentleman. Had he lived, his promotion would have been rapid.
Historic leaves, volume 1, April, 1902 - January, 1903, Somerville Soldiers in the Rebellion. (search)
rank of division surgeon, in charge of the medical service for three brigades, and, being in feeble health, died from sickness caused by exposure February 11, 1862. Martin Binney served in Company I, Fifth M. V. M. (Somerville company), and in the Tenth Maine, and also in the Twenty-eighth Massachusetts, was captain on General Nelson A. Miles' staff at battle of Reams Station, Va., August 25, 1864, and was very severely wounded. He was noted for his cheerfulness and intrepidity. Edward Brackett was a graduate of the Somerville High School, and a law student when he joined Company I, Fifth M. V. M. He entered the Tenth Maine; was mortally wounded in September, 1862. He had been commissioned second lieutenant, but had not received his commission, when hurt. He possessed a fine presence and rare ability, and, had he been spared, would have had undoubtedly a distinguished career, both in military and civil life. His memory is still cherished by his old associates and admirers.
, 1851. Neighborhood Sketch No. 1Jenette Teele Military Record of Captain Martin BinneyMartin Binney Vol. I., no. 2. Old Medford TurnpikeJohn F. Ayer The Tufts Family in SomervilleEdward C Booth, M. D. Hon. Charles Hicks SaundersCharles D. Elliot Hon. Isaac StoryCharles D. Elliot Somerville Directory, 1851, continued. Military Sketch No. 2Edmund H. Gooding Vol. I., no. 3. The Stinted Common Charles D. Elliot Somerville as I Have Known It Amelia H. Wood Neighborhood Sketch No. 2 Aaron Sargent Edward BrackettCaptain Martin Binney Somerville Directory, 1851, concluded. Vol. I., no. 4. Ten Hills FarmAlida G. Sellers Somerville Soldiers in the RebellionColonel Edwin C. Bennett Illustrations. Old Tufts House, Headquarters Somerville Historical Society, Cover of No. 1 Portrait of Elbridge Streeter BrooksNo. 1, Page 6 Portrait of Judge Isaac Story No. 2, Page 6 Portrait of Aaron SargentNo. 3, Page 6 The Ten Hills FarmNo. 4, Page 8
Family, The, I.—24. Boot, Kirk, IV.—16. Booth, Edward C., M. D., I.—21. Boston & Albany Station, IV.—23. Boston & Lowell R. R., II.—7, 30. Boston Common, II.—29. Boston Independent Fusileers, I.—33. Boston Light Infantry, I.—33. Boston, Siege of. I.—8, 23. Boston Street, III.—15, 17. Boston Tea Party, II.—28, 29. Bow Street, I.—24; III.—12, 13; IV.—30. Bowen, Sergeant, Nathan, II.—29. Bowman, Mrs. S. Z., II.—24. Brackenbury. William, III.—7. Brackett, Edward, I.—34, 35, 36; III.—23 to 25; IV.—28. Bradbury, Charles. III.—19. Bradbury House, III.—19. Brastow, Captain George O., I.—33, 34; III.—20, 23; IV.—22. Brastow School. III.—17. Bray, Major, robbery of, IV.—12. Breed's Hill, IV.—13. Brick Bottom, III.—18. Brickmakers on Medford Turnpike, 1842, II.—16. 17. Brickmakers. the last of the, II.—20. Brickmaking, II.—16. 17. Brickmaking, materials for, II.