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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died., List of Massachusetts officers and soldiers who died of wounds. (search)
th Mass. Inf.,– –Point Lookout, Md., Jan. 16, 1863. Burbank, Elisha M., Major,12th Mass. Inf.,Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.Nov. 29, 1862. Burbank, Wm. H., 1st Lieut.,58th Mass. Inf.,Cold Harbor, Va.,White House Landing, Va., June 11, 1864. Burdett, Charles, Corp.,2d Mass. Inf.,Gettysburg, Pa.,Gettysburg, Pa., July 10, 1863. Burgess, Nathaniel, 1st Lieut.,29th Mass. Inf.,– –Near Fort Steadman, Va., March 28, 1865. Burke, John,20th Mass. Inf.,– –Before Petersburg, Va., Aug. 5, 1864. Burke, Patrick,25th Mass. Inf.,Near Petersburg, Va., May 9, 1864.Near Petersburg, Va., May 15, 1864. Burn, James, War Dept. Letter, Sept. 24, 1895.15th Mass. Inf.,Sept. 9, 1861,Camp Foster, Poolsville, Md., Jan. 2, 1862. Burnham, Osgood E., Corp.,1st Mass. H. A.,May 19, 1864,Spotsylvania, Va., May 21, 1864. Burns, George E.,15th Mass. Inf.,Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.Washington, D. C., Nov. 16, 1862. Burns, George W.,12th Mass. Inf.,Aug. 30, 1862,Washington, D. C., Nov. 2, 1862. Burns, J
th Mass. Inf.,– –Point Lookout, Md., Jan. 16, 1863. Burbank, Elisha M., Major,12th Mass. Inf.,Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.Nov. 29, 1862. Burbank, Wm. H., 1st Lieut.,58th Mass. Inf.,Cold Harbor, Va.,White House Landing, Va., June 11, 1864. Burdett, Charles, Corp.,2d Mass. Inf.,Gettysburg, Pa.,Gettysburg, Pa., July 10, 1863. Burgess, Nathaniel, 1st Lieut.,29th Mass. Inf.,– –Near Fort Steadman, Va., March 28, 1865. Burke, John,20th Mass. Inf.,– –Before Petersburg, Va., Aug. 5, 1864. Burke, Patrick,25th Mass. Inf.,Near Petersburg, Va., May 9, 1864.Near Petersburg, Va., May 15, 1864. Burn, James, War Dept. Letter, Sept. 24, 1895.15th Mass. Inf.,Sept. 9, 1861,Camp Foster, Poolsville, Md., Jan. 2, 1862. Burnham, Osgood E., Corp.,1st Mass. H. A.,May 19, 1864,Spotsylvania, Va., May 21, 1864. Burns, George E.,15th Mass. Inf.,Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.Washington, D. C., Nov. 16, 1862. Burns, George W.,12th Mass. Inf.,Aug. 30, 1862,Washington, D. C., Nov. 2, 1862. Burns, J
9 Burdy, J., 502 Burgen, Luke, 502 Burgess, E. D., 339 Burgess, H. F., 502 Burgess, I. A., 339 Burgess, John R., 502 Burgess, Joshua R., 502 Burgess, Nathaniel, 445 Burgess, W. A., 491 Burghardt, H. F., 436 Burke, Florence, 339 Burke, J. E., 339 Burke, J. H., 503 Burke, J. S., 339 Burke, J. T., 339 Burke, James, 339 Burke, John, 20th Mass. Inf., 445 Burke, John, Co. C, 28th Mass. Inf., 339 Burke, John, Co. F, 28th Mass. Inf., 339 Burke, Joseph, 339 Burke, P. L., 491 Burke, Patrick, 445 Burke, Robert, 491 Burke, T. F., 339 Burke, Thomas, 339 Burke, William, 339 Burket, Elisha, 339 Burn, James, 445 Burnell, James, 503 Burnham, Daniel, 339 Burnham, G. A., 339 Burnham, Isaac, 503 Burnham, O. E., 445 Burnham, S. G., 503 Burns, Edward, 340 Burns, Frank, 340 Burns, G. E., 445 Burns, G. W., 445 Burns, George, 503 Burns, J. W., 503 Burns, James, 445 Burns, John, 2d Mass. H. A., 503 Burns, John, Co. B, 11th Mass. Inf., 340 Burns, John, Co. H, 11th Mass
Journal, March 2, 1863, p. 4, col. 1. — – In 7th Regt. New York. Theodore Winthrop. Atlantic, vol. 7, p. 744. — – and Gen. Butler. Baltimore Plot. C. C. Felton. Harvard Mon., vol. 1, p. 119. —9th Regt. Mass. Vol. Eloquence of Corp. Patrick Burke, Co. A. Bivouac, vol. 3, p. 11. — – In Reserve at Antietam. Capt. Wm. H. Powell. Century, vol. 33, pp. 472, 804. — – Losses of. Wm. F. Fox. Century, vol. 36, p. 93. — – Official and other notices of death and burial of Col. Thone. Sherman's army at Goldsboroa. Bivouac, vol. 3, p. 127. — Drill and camp; typhoid fever; experiences at Washington, D. C., May, 1861; long letter, full of detail. Boston Evening Journal, May 21, 1861, p. 4, col. 8. — Eloquence; Corp. Patrick Burke. Bivouac, vol. 3, p. 11. — Enlistments; Massachusetts and Illinois, preparing for draft of 1864. Army and Navy Journal, vol. 1, p 547. — Examination of a conscript; description of method; from Albany Knickerbo
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
171, 404, 511 Burbank, W. H., 252 Burbeck, J. P., 252 Burbeck, J. P., 252 Burcham, G. E., 22 Burchard, Charles, 580 Burchard, H. A., 460 Burchmore, J. H., 22 Burchmore, Zachariah, 486 Burdett, A. L., 577 Burdett, Michael, 404 Burdick, A. D., 252 Burditt, J. A., 252 Burditt, William, 22 Burge, W. J., 22 Burgess, C. W., 252 Burgess, Francis, 22 Burgess, H. C., 22 Burgess, J. A., 580 Burgess, J. T., 460 Burgess, Nathaniel, 252 Burgess, W. D., 24 Burgoyne, Edmund, 404 Burke, Patrick, 625 Burke, Timothy, 252 Burke, W. P., 24 Burke, W. R., 252 Burkett, G. W., 24 Burleigh, D. C., 24 Burlingham, H. G., 252 Burlinghame, W. L., 460 Burner, C. W., 24 Burnett, H. A., 460 Burnett, S. S., 252 Burnham, A. H., 404, 511 Burnham, Albion, 24 Burnham, H. D., 580 Burnham, H. M., 404 Burnham, J. A., 580 Burnham, J. A., Mrs., 580 Burnham, J. A., Jr., 580 Burnham, J. H., 252 Burnham, Jennie D., 580 Burnham, Mariu D., 580 Burnham, S. A., 252 Burnham, W. A., 580
Matrimonial market. --The following couples were joined in wedlock during the month of February, on licenses issuing from the office of the Court of Hustings: Robert C. Nelson and Lucy C. Royster; Thomas O'Neil and Mary Shine; Michael O'Conner and Honora Mahony; Philip Rahm and Anna S. Foster; William Walters and Ann E. Watson ; John McNamara and Mary Lawbar: Patrick Burke and Mary O'Conners; Robert L. Dickinson and Mary Ann Sizer; James W. Nipe and Emma J. J. Bennett; F. A. Hatton and Mary A Grilmeyer; Robert W. Penny and Courtney Clarke; Wm. T. Cummings and Virginia J. Donnella; Henry Botts and A. E. Hartnett; John J. King and Virginia C. Pepp; William Richerson and Nancy Howle; Garland J. Cayce and Lucy P. Gibson; Archer Hill and Isabella Hambleton ; Geo. W. Norman and Flora J. Saunders.
Cross cutting. --Patrick Burke, and Mary his wife, were for their good behavior by the Mayor, for tearing the roof from the house occupied by David Key, and David Key was held to bail for threatening to burn the house rather than give it up and for saying that the Yankees would soon be in Richmond when he would claim and possess the entire property.
Unfounded charge. --A man named John C. Davis was yesterday arrested on the charge of stealing a pig from Patrick Burke. Some two weeks since Burke had a pig to stray off from his promises and heard nothing from it till a few days since, when his wife, happening to be out on the street, discovered the lost animal in the possBurke had a pig to stray off from his promises and heard nothing from it till a few days since, when his wife, happening to be out on the street, discovered the lost animal in the possession of a negro man, who, upon being asked where he got it from, told her that he bought it from Davis. Burke, on learning these facts, called upon the accused and heard from his own mouth that he had sold the pig to the negro, but claimed it as one which he had raised himself. Yesterday morning the matter was before the Mayor;Burke, on learning these facts, called upon the accused and heard from his own mouth that he had sold the pig to the negro, but claimed it as one which he had raised himself. Yesterday morning the matter was before the Mayor; but after hearing the evidence Davis was promptly discharged, there being no grounds to prove that the pig which had been sold to the negro was not his property.
Joe, slave of James Kersey, charged with breaking into the dwelling house of James Kersey, was discharged. Patrick Burke was charged with stealing a pig from Joe. R Anderson. Neither the accused nor the accuser appeared. This pig has been the subject of much litigation, and apparently the end is not yet. First Burke charged a man named Davis with stealing it, and that case falling through, Davis charged Burke with stealing it, which charge was also not sustained. Now, it seems, sBurke with stealing it, which charge was also not sustained. Now, it seems, somebody else has renewed the charge against Burke. Elizabeth Vickers was charged with stealing a chicken and a number of loaves of bread from Charles Miller, and also with dealing with negroes. The Mayor, for some private reason, preferred notBurke. Elizabeth Vickers was charged with stealing a chicken and a number of loaves of bread from Charles Miller, and also with dealing with negroes. The Mayor, for some private reason, preferred not to sit in this case, and adjourned it till this morning, when it will be heard by Recorder Caskie. Angelina Boots, a free negro, was charged with permitting a nuisance to remain on her lot, but it appearing she had removed the nuisance, she wa