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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 1 88 0 Browse Search
HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MEDFORD, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT, IN 1630, TO THE PRESENT TIME, 1855. (ed. Charles Brooks) 4 0 Browse Search
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resident of Boston.  1Usher, Hezekiah, was a prominent merchant of Boston, and in his will, dated March 11, 1676, mentions children:--  1-2Hezekiah, b. June, 1639.  3Elizabeth, m. Hezekiah Browne.  4John, b. Apr. 27, 1648.  5Hannah, m. Peter Butler.  6Sarah, m. Jonathan Tyng.   His second wife, Elizabeth, was dau. of Rev. Zachary Symmes, by whom he had--  7Zachariah, b. Dec. 26, 1654.   He m., 3d, Mary (Butler?). His brothers and sisters were--  8Samuel, who never came to this countButler?). His brothers and sisters were--  8Samuel, who never came to this country.  9Robert, of Conn.  10Elizabeth, m. John Harwood, of London.  11----, m. Robert Rolph, of Twitts, Eng.  12----, m. Robert Alfery, of Mayfield, Eng.  9Robert Usher was of Stamford, Conn., and had--  9-13Robert.  14Elizabeth. 1-2Hezekiah Usher m. Frances, dau. of Lady Alice Lisle, who d. May 25, 1723. She was the widow of Dr. Leonard Hoar, third Pres. H. C., who d. Nov. 28, 1675. By her Hezekiah Usher had--  2-15Hezekiah, b. 6, 4mo., 1639.  16John, b. 11, 7mo., 1643;
F. Bradley, Esq., Joseph L. Henshaw, Esq., Peter Butler, Esq., Thomas C. Amory, Esq., and J. P. Brahe maximum standard; and I wish to know if General Butler will furnish men for the purpose. If you (Butler's camp) to complete the regiment. General Butler can advise in regard to the officers. It ral Butler, under order of Sept. 10, 1861; General Butler desiring to fill up the regiments destineden between His Excellency the Governor and General Butler (which the latter much regrets), upon the nt, in Massachusetts. He also said, that General Butler would be happy to examine the roster, as p be informed, as soon as possible, whether General Butler will accept of the Twenty-eighth, with thiseph M. Bell, Esq., acting aide-de-camp to General Butler, made immediate answer Nov. 11,— If selection of improper persons as officers, General Butler will accept the Twenty-eighth as one of tho form the contingent of Massachusetts for General Butler's command. Notwithstanding this, General [28 more...]
ment and a battery were at Ship Island, in Mississippi, waiting orders from General Butler. In the Army of the Potomac, we were the strongest. Gunboats officered a to the families of the volunteers in the regiments raised in this State by General Butler. An attempt was made to suspend the rules and pass the bill through its secorrespondence relating to the recruiting of troops in this Commonwealth by General Butler. Jan. 14. In the Senate.—The bill to give aid to the families of volunteers recruited in this State by General Butler was passed to be engrossed. In the House.—Mr. Roberts, of Lakeville, offered an order, directing the Committee on thening the bill to grant State aid to the families of volunteers recruited by General Butler, with his reasons for not signing it. The Governor was in favor of granting, of the bill granting State aid to the families of volunteers recruited by General Butler, came up by assignment. The Governor had informed the Militia Committee, t