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g the Second, both displayed a conspicuous courage, as did also the regimental commanders. Lieut.-Col. Clark commanded the Twenty-first Massachusetts, Major Schall the Fifty-first Pennsylvania, Lieutwyer, supposed North--Carolina militia. Wm. Williams, supposed North-Carolina militia. Benjamin Clark, supposed North-Carolina militia. In conclusion, allow me again to express my thanks to e the seventeenth inst., with two regiments of his brigade, the Twenty-first Massachusetts, Lieut.-Col. Clark, and Fifty-first Pennsylvania, Col. Hartranft, which embarked on the army transports Northght field-pieces. Col. Hawkins's force embarked on the Phoenix, Capt. Ashcroft, Massasoit, Capt. Clark, Philadelphia, and Ocean Wave. All was in readiness by ten o'clock A. M., when the fleet lving him to the left, when they discovered the other regiments getting ready for a charge. So Col. Clark of this regiment, a brave and accomplished officer, resolved to charge with the rest. The Fif
Colman, Aug. 11, 1726, who d. Mar. 26, 1735; when he m., 2d, Oct. 23, 1735, Lucy, dau. of Addington Davenport, who d. May 17, 1759, aged 45. He m., 3d, Aug. 21, 1760, Jane, d. of Wm. Pepperell, of Kittery (who had m. twice before; viz., 1st, Benjamin Clark; and, 2d, Wm. Tyler), who d. Feb. 6, 1765. He had issue only by his first wife; viz.,--  19-20Samuel, b. Feb. 2, 1729; d. Oct. 8, 1736.  20 1/2Clark-Thomas, bapt. Aug. 18, 1728; d. young.   And two children who d. infants. 4-18CHRISTIANClark-Thomas, bapt. Aug. 18, 1728; d. young.   And two children who d. infants. 4-18CHRISTIAN Turell m., 1st, Samuel Bass; 2d, John Armstrong.  21Joseph Turell, who is supposed to have been a cousin of Rev. Ebenezer T., m., 1st, a dau. of John Avis, and had--  21-22Joseph, b. 1750.  23Elizabeth, b. 1755; m.----Noyes.  24Samuel, b. 1757.   He m., 2d, Mary Morey, of Roxbury, and had--  25A dau., m. Ed. Gray; ch. were Mrs. Fales, Edward Gray, John Gray, and the late F. T. Gray. 21-22Joseph Turell, jun., m.--------, and had two sons, Charles and John; of whom Charles had sever
, 14 Dec. 1696. He had by w. Mary, in Groton, Mary, b. 20 May 1680, and by w. Susanna, in Billerica, Susanna, b. 16 Oct. 1694. 5. Samuel, s. of Richard (1), by w. Anna, had in Groton, Anna, b. 1 Mar. 1682. 6. John, s. of Richard (1), purchased land in Woburn 1679, and was prob. the same whose w. Abigail d. there 22 May 1685, and who m. Sarah Peirce 19 June 1690. 7. Samuel, s. of Justinian (2), resided on the homestead, and by w. Susanna, had Lydia, bap. in Wat. 8 Oct. 1699, m. Benjamin Clark of Watertown 8 May 1721; Anna, m. John Stratton; Susanna, bap. in Wat. 8 Oct. 1699, m. Wm. March 24 June 1734; Samuel, b. 29 Sept. 1701, prob. d. young Mercy, b. 26 Mar. 1704, prob. d. young; Mary m. Reuben Farnsworth; Abigail, b. 30 May 1710, m. Samuel Jennison; William, b. 4 Mar. 1712-13; Phineas, b. 12 May 1715. They are all named, except Samuel, and Mercy, in a petition to the Judge of Probate 1729. Samuel the f. d. about 1726 (admin. granted 20 Feb. 1726-7; his w. Susanna survi
, 14 Dec. 1696. He had by w. Mary, in Groton, Mary, b. 20 May 1680, and by w. Susanna, in Billerica, Susanna, b. 16 Oct. 1694. 5. Samuel, s. of Richard (1), by w. Anna, had in Groton, Anna, b. 1 Mar. 1682. 6. John, s. of Richard (1), purchased land in Woburn 1679, and was prob. the same whose w. Abigail d. there 22 May 1685, and who m. Sarah Peirce 19 June 1690. 7. Samuel, s. of Justinian (2), resided on the homestead, and by w. Susanna, had Lydia, bap. in Wat. 8 Oct. 1699, m. Benjamin Clark of Watertown 8 May 1721; Anna, m. John Stratton; Susanna, bap. in Wat. 8 Oct. 1699, m. Wm. March 24 June 1734; Samuel, b. 29 Sept. 1701, prob. d. young Mercy, b. 26 Mar. 1704, prob. d. young; Mary m. Reuben Farnsworth; Abigail, b. 30 May 1710, m. Samuel Jennison; William, b. 4 Mar. 1712-13; Phineas, b. 12 May 1715. They are all named, except Samuel, and Mercy, in a petition to the Judge of Probate 1729. Samuel the f. d. about 1726 (admin. granted 20 Feb. 1726-7; his w. Susanna survi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
n Div. Provost Guard, Richard Cyrus, Madison Cyrus, John F. Days, Private William T. Holland, on Div. Provost Guard. A. B. Millstend, John Ward. Co. K. Private Fletcher T. Wray. I certify, upon honor, that of the above number of men there were present, actually armed and in line of battle, twelve (12) enlisted men on the 9th instant, the day of the surrender of this army. [45] J. L. Tompkins, 1st Lt. Commanding Regiment. Forty-Fourth Virginia Regiment. Private Benj. Clark, Co. B. V. M. White, Co. C. Geo. A. Bowles, Co. D. Ed. R. Grigg, Co. G. J. R. Holt, Co. H. R. B. Newcomb, Co. I. Private A. T. Whitlock, Co. B. J. I. White, Co. C. S. P. Bowles, Co. D. A. B. Adams, Co. G. M. W. Gills, Co. H. Wm. G. Thomas, Co. I. I certify, on honor, that of the above number of men there were present, actually armed and in line of battle, two (2) enlisted men on the morning of the 9th instant, the day of the surrender of this army. [12] R. H. Gilliam,