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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
K. Private L. M. Walters, J. P. Walker, Private W. R. Walker. [81] Third Corps. Fifth Alabama Battalion.—Provost Guard. Wade Ritter, Capt. Co. A, Commanding Battalion. Sergeant-Major B. L. Roberts, Hosp'l Steward J. M. Turk. O. M. Sergeant W. A. Wayne, Co. A. 1st Lieut. Richard Payne, Sergeant M. B. Holland, W. S. Hale, L. T. Ormond, J. H. Long. Corporal J. F. Ormond, D. O. McKinley, Taylor Bradshaw, Private J. T. Barns, J. R. Bradshaw, Wm. Cashman, Peter Clark, 2d Lieut. W. F. Fulton. Private T. J. Gilbert, Y. W. Harris, Peter Hart, J. N. Hitt, W. T. Ivy, W. B. Jones, E. N. Kring, B. B. Little, Seth Little, Courier with private horse T. M. Long, 271 Private L. L. Clary, R. W. Clary, F. M. Crooks, F. W. Cox, J. T. Dandridge, G. W. Denton, John Domon, E. L. Fargo, J. B. Freeman, Private Robt. Markham, Barney McDevitt, W. M. Milenn, S. C. More, Charles Myers, J. T. More, B. D. Nance, W. A. Newton,
My spouce and I were at Boston). Fast day April 22d 1761: This is the first annual fast that I ever knew to be on Wednesday it has been customary in this Province to have fasts and thanksgivings on Thursday but tomorrow is St. Georges day which may be the occasion of its being a day sooner. Feb. 14. 1762. This day I Joseph Seccomb and Ruth my wife openly renew our baptismal covenant and were received into the first church of Christ in Danvers by and under the Pastoral care of the Rev. Mr. Peter Clark. Aug. 26. 1764. I put up this day a note for the death of my sister Mehitable who died yesterday was a week ye 18 instant. Nov. 29. 1767 Sister Rebecca Hall died last Monday morning ye 23d April 18, 1773 Mr. Thomas Seccombe (Medford) died last Thursday night ye 15th Instant of a complication of disorders Aged 62 years. Sept. 18 1774. Last week the Revd Mr. David Osgood was ordained a Pastor of ye Church in Medford. Wednesday April 19. 1775. The Troops of his Britta
of checked domestic cloth, one piece of linen handkerchiefs, one box of candles, &c. The goods recovered were identified before the Mayor by Mr. Jacobson as part of the lot stolen from his dry goods store, No. 87 Main street, about two weeks since. They were mostly packed away in a fine leather trunk, marked "Charles Wenzell, M. D., Charleston, S. C." Before deciding the case, Macklin, by permission of the Mayor, stated that the room was not his; it was rented by a big yellow negro named Peter Clark, an attache of Morgan's faro bank, who permitted him on certain occasions, when it was not otherwise used, to sleep there. The trunk was in the room when he first went there, and Peter had repeatedly warned him against touching or making any inquiries about it. He was remanded for indictment by the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court. Tom, slave of Major Walten Ballard, arrested at five o'clock Saturday morning with seven pieces of bacon, which he had in a bag, was ordered to be well w