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any molestation of him or any by or under him. Johnson's son probably never came to New England; the estate remained in possession of the Cane family until Sept. 1723, when it passed into the hands of Judah Monis, the Hebrew Preceptor. 2. John, by w. Mary, had John, b. 17 Nov. 1662; Thomas, b. 12 Jan. 1664. 3. John,. prob. s. of John (2), by w. Mary, had Mary, b. 20 Jan. 1686-7; Abigail, b. 18 Sept. 1703; and probably others. Thomas. m. Elizabeth Green 8 Jan. 1682. William, m. Mary Cook 18 Feb. 1690-91. Hannah, m. John Cooper 21 Oct. 1725. Matthew, m. Elizabeth Prentice 9 May 1726. James, m. Margaret Logan 4 Jan. 1738-9. Tabi-Tha, m. Asa Warren 1 Oct. 1747. Esther, m. Jonathan Cook 8 Nov. 1770. Frederick, m. Rhoda Reed 16 Oct. 1783. Ruhamah, m. Joseph Perry 11 Ap. 1786. Rebecca, m. Samuel Hastings 14 June 1789. Abijah, m. Betsey Whitney 19 Feb. 1797. Phebe, m. Benjamin Barker 14 Jan. 1798. Joseph. m. Amy Goodnow 23 May 1798. Josiah, Jr., m. Betsey Moore 10 Ap
any molestation of him or any by or under him. Johnson's son probably never came to New England; the estate remained in possession of the Cane family until Sept. 1723, when it passed into the hands of Judah Monis, the Hebrew Preceptor. 2. John, by w. Mary, had John, b. 17 Nov. 1662; Thomas, b. 12 Jan. 1664. 3. John,. prob. s. of John (2), by w. Mary, had Mary, b. 20 Jan. 1686-7; Abigail, b. 18 Sept. 1703; and probably others. Thomas. m. Elizabeth Green 8 Jan. 1682. William, m. Mary Cook 18 Feb. 1690-91. Hannah, m. John Cooper 21 Oct. 1725. Matthew, m. Elizabeth Prentice 9 May 1726. James, m. Margaret Logan 4 Jan. 1738-9. Tabi-Tha, m. Asa Warren 1 Oct. 1747. Esther, m. Jonathan Cook 8 Nov. 1770. Frederick, m. Rhoda Reed 16 Oct. 1783. Ruhamah, m. Joseph Perry 11 Ap. 1786. Rebecca, m. Samuel Hastings 14 June 1789. Abijah, m. Betsey Whitney 19 Feb. 1797. Phebe, m. Benjamin Barker 14 Jan. 1798. Joseph. m. Amy Goodnow 23 May 1798. Josiah, Jr., m. Betsey Moore 10 Ap
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1861. (search)
de Island, at nine o'clock, P. M., on Monday, July 4, 1836. I am the son of Mary and Pardon, son of Sanford, son of John, son of Job, son of Job, son of William, who came from England and settled in the southern part of Tiverton, Rhode Island. There, and in the northern part of the adjoining town of Little Compton, the line of his descendants from whom I come have ever since resided, and have all been farmers. The old homestead is still in the Almy family. My mother's maiden name was Mary Cook. . . . . The first sixteen years of my life were spent on a farm. I began to go to school when five years old, attending only the summer term for the first two years, then for three years both the summer and winter terms; then, until I was sixteen, only the winter term, working on the farm in the summer. In September, 1852, I went to Pierce Academy, Middleborough, Massachusetts, where I stayed three terms, until May, 1853. During the summer I worked on the farm. In September I went bac
yrs. Hannah, d. 11 July, 1839, a. 25. Mary Eliza, d. 16 Sept. 1841, a. 10. Walter, d. (at Boston) 6 Feb. 1848, a. 25. Rust, Wallis (of Boston), m. Wid. Rebecca Cutter, 29 Oct. 1797. Had Adeline, m. John Jarvis, 6 Jan. 1822; and others. See Cutter (par. 37). S Sanderson, Benjamin L., m. Mary Cooke, 26 Oct. 1823. Col. Benjamin L. d. 16 Aug. 1840, a. 39. Saunders, Widow, d. at Capt. Adams's, 19 Apr. 1763, a. 85. Lucy, m. Samuel Estabrook, 30 Apr. 1803. Sawtell, Homer, m. Mary Cook, 2d, 1 Aug. 1808. Sawyer,———, d. of dysentery, 24 Sept. 1778, a. 64. Sukey, late of Boston, m. John Locke, 6 Feb. 1777. See Locke (par. 9). Schouler, John, had James, d. 9 Sept. 1837, a. 2 yrs. Wil-Liam, m. Frances Eliza Warren, 6 Oct. 1835. William Schouler, Adjutant General of Massachusetts during the War of the Rebellion, came from Scotland with his father. Followed his father's trade of calico printer in Taunton, Lynn and West Cambridge. Became editor and proprietor of the <
The Daily Dispatch: October 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], An interesting Incident — a soldier who was stolen from home when a child Discovers his parents. (search)
Latest from Western Virginia--Withdrawal of Federal troops, &c. The Cincinnati Enquirer, of the 12th, has the following interesting intelligence in regard to the movements of the Federal forces in Western Virginia: The steamer "Mary Cook" arrived last evening from the Kanawha river, bringing from the camps near Gauley Bridge 184 sick and wounded soldiers, who were immediately taken from the steamer to the Marine Hospital. Our fellow-citizen, Mr. Quinn, who has been spending a few weeks in Western Virginia, was also a passenger on the "Cook," and from him we learn very important particulars from that section of the State. He corroborates the statement of Col. Frizell, that the entire country of the Kanawha Valley is devastated, and that farmers are leaving as rapidly as transportation can be found to bring them North. Forage is out of the question and provisions cannot be procured. The condition of the roads and country is such that an army of 2,000 men could not w
's, Rhett's, Woolfolk's, Moody's and Parker's. Of some 300 men engaged about 80 casualties occurred. Parker's battery suffered the most, and as it is from Richmond, I give you the names of killed and wounded: Killed.--Privates Robert Bryant, J M Richardson, and Wm T Newell. Wounded.--Lt J C Parkinson, severely in the knee, but will not lose his leg; privates Warburton, leg carried away by cannon shot, amputated and doing well; Trueman, very badly in the knee, leg not yet amputated; Cook, in leg, not very severely; Tumbridge, through the hand; Corp'l Duffey, in leg, flesh wound; Washington Bolton, in leg, also flesh wound. The rest were slightly wounded, and will in a few days be fit for duty.--All were brought across the river, and are either at Shepherdstown or Winchester. In the afternoon of Wednesday the enemy made a very bold charge on the right, where Longstreet commanded. They flanked our forces and compelled them to fall back into a cornfield. Beautifully did
timore. Md. Jno Cox, slave of Richard Lyons, King and Queen co. Chas Montgomery, free, D. C. Reed Harrison, free, Prince William co, Va. Thos Jackson, free, New York State. Carter Freeman, slave of John Wood, Fauquier co. Va. Jas Barns, free, Pennsylvania. Chas Boswell, slave of Wm. Davis, Prince William co. Va. Richmond Roane, slave of Dr. Fontleroy, Hanover Dan, slave of Samuel Humphreys, Stafford co, Va. Alex Johnson, free, New York. Mary Cook, slave of Mrs. Randolph, Fredericksburg. John, slave of Capt Stevens, Fredericksburg. Charley. --, free, Prince William co, Va. Samuel Hill, free, Washington. John Read, slave of Mrs. Stillston, Front Royal, Va. Esau, slave of Wm. Bowen, Fauquier co, Va. Ed Hamilton, slave of Dan'l Meltinger, Romney. Va. Thos Gessus, free, White Hall, N. Y. Geo Jordan, free, Philadelphia. David Jones, free, New Jersey. John Henry, free, Alexandria. Jim
Wm H Richards, free, Baltimore Md. Jno Cox, slave of Richard Eyond King and Q- co. Chas Montgomery, free, D C. Reed Harrison, free, Prince William co, Va. Thos Jackson, free, New York State. Carter Freeman, slave of John Wood, Fauquier co, Va. Jas Harns, free, Pennsylvania. Chas Boswell, slave of Wm Davis, Princes William co, Va. Richmond Roane, slave of Dr Fontleroy, Hanoval Dan, slave of Samuel Humphreys, Stafford co, Va. Alex Johnson, free, New York. Mary Cook, slave of Mrs Randolph, Fredericksburg. John, slave of Capt Stevens, Fredericksburg. Abram Spencer, free Strasburg, Va. Charley--, free, Prince William co, Va. Samuel Hill, free, Washington. John Read, slave of Mrs Stillston, Front Royal Va. Esau, slave of Wm Bowen, Fauquier co, Va. Ed Hamilton, slave of Dan'l Meltinger, Va. Thos Gessus, free, White Hall, N Y. Geo Jordan, free, Philadelphia. David Jones, free, New Jersey. John Henry, free, Alexandria.