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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), North Carolina, State of (search)
nsappointedOct., 1667 George Cartwrightpresident of council1674 —Millerpresident of councilJuly, 1677 John Culpeperusurps the governm'tDec., 1677 John Harveypresident of council1680 John Jenkinsappointed governorJune, 1680 Henry Wilkinsonappointed governorFeb., 1681 Seth Sothelappointed governor1683 Philip Ludwellappointed governor1689 Alexander Lillingtonappointed deputy gov1693 Thomas Harveyappointed deputy gov1695 North Carolina. Henderson Walkerpresident of council1699 Robert Danielappointed deputy gov1704 Thomas Careyappointed deputy gov1705 William Gloverpresident of councilMay, 1709 Edward Hydepresident of councilAug., 1710 Edward Hydeappointed governorJan. 24, 1712 Thomas Pollockpresident of councilSept. 12, 1712 Charles Edenassumes office as govMay 28, 1714 Thomas Pollockpresident of councilMar. 30, 1722 William Reedpresident of councilSept. 7, 1722 George Burringtonassumes office as govJan. 15, 1724 Sir Richard Everardassumes office as govJuly 17, 17
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), State of South Carolina, (search)
dSept. 26, 1682 Joseph WestappointedSept. 6, 1684 Richard KirkappointedSept. 6, 1684 Robert QuarryappointedSept. 6, 1684 Joseph Mortonappointed1685 James Colletonappointed1686 Seth Sothelappointed1690 Philip Ludwellappointed1692 Thomas Smithappointed1693 Joseph Blakeappointed1694 John Archdaleappointed1695 Joseph Blakeappointed1696 James Mooreappointed1700 Proprietary governors—Continued. Sir Nathaniel Johnson1703 Edward Tynte1709 Robert Gibbes1710 Charles Craven1712 Robert Daniel1716 Robert Johnson1717 James Moore1719 Temporary republic. Arthur Middleton1719 Royal governors. Francis Nicholson1721 Arthur Middleton1725 Robert Johnson1730 Thomas Broughton1735 William Bull1737 James Glen1743 William H. Littleton1756 William Bull1760 Thomas Boone1762 William Bull1763 Charles Montague1766 William Bull1769 William Campbell1775 Governors under the Constitution. John Rutledge1775 Rawlin Lowndes1778 John Rutledge1779 John Matthews1782 Benjamin
ydia Adams 19 April 1790, and d. 24 Mar. 1844; Daniel, b. 14 Mar. 1768, m. Phebe Britton 3 June 1793Rebecca, Thomas, b. at Watertown 15 Oct. 1641; Daniel; Rebecca, b. at Cambridge 18 Ap. 1646, m. John, shortly before her marriage to Bowman. 8. Daniel, s. of Thomas (6), b. Mar. 1643-4, was a masonn 1664, and left children, Josiah, Joseph, and Daniel. Hinman. Austin, Jonas, about 1638, sold tailor, and d. 7 Sept. 1691. 3. Jacob, s. of Daniel (2), by w. Elizabeth, had Elizabeth, b. 26 Marn, b. 6 Feb. 1729-30; Hannah, b. 14 Oct. 1731; Daniel, b. 12 Nov. 1733, m. his cousin Elizabeth, dau4, a. 48; his w. d. 25 Nov. 1768, a. 61. 8. Daniel, s. of William (3), m. Margaret, dau. of Isaacant of land 6 Mar. 1636-7. By w. Susan he had Daniel; Samuel; Susan, b. June 1637, m. in Woburn, Jo 15 Feb. 1643-4, and d. 10 Feb. 1660-61. 2. Daniel, s. of Thomas (1), of Camb., freeman 1652, of s w. Ruth d. 14 Oct. 1703. 4. Samuel, s. of Daniel (2), d. at Woburn 3 July 1687, and Samuel Blod[6 more...]
1841; Amos, twin with Joel, b. 23 Aug. 1765, m. Lydia Adams 19 April 1790, and d. 24 Mar. 1844; Daniel, b. 14 Mar. 1768, m. Phebe Britton 3 June 1793; Abigail, b. 18 Sept. 1772, m. Joseph Convers of dated 11 Aug. 1640. He d. 1652, leaving an only son Samuel, b. about 1621. His w. Reana m. Robert Daniel 2 May 1654, who d. 6 July 1655, and she then m. a fourth husband, Elder Edmund Frost, whom aThomas, perhaps brother to William (1), had by w. Rebecca, Thomas, b. at Watertown 15 Oct. 1641; Daniel; Rebecca, b. at Cambridge 18 Ap. 1646, m. John Frost 26 June 1666, who d. in 1672, and she m. Gee he conveyed to his dau. Rebecca 5 Feb. 1699-1700, shortly before her marriage to Bowman. 8. Daniel, s. of Thomas (6), b. Mar. 1643-4, was a mason; received deed of house and land east of North Avf Hartford, 1639, in the division of lands. He died in 1664, and left children, Josiah, Joseph, and Daniel. Hinman. Austin, Jonas, about 1638, sold two acres of planting ground in the west end.
he large family of his name, in Bedford. 2. Daniel, brother of Michael (2), was early in Bridgewaailor, and d. 7 Sept. 1691. 3. Jacob, s. of Daniel (2), by w. Elizabeth, had Elizabeth, b. 26 Marlliam, bap. 30 May 1703; John, b. 9 July 1706; Daniel, b. 28 Feb. 1708-9. William the f. was a tailn, b. 6 Feb. 1729-30; Hannah, b. 14 Oct. 1731; Daniel, b. 12 Nov. 1733, m. his cousin Elizabeth, dau4, a. 48; his w. d. 25 Nov. 1768, a. 61. 8. Daniel, s. of William (3), m. Margaret, dau. of Isaacer of Boston 23 April 1696; [she was mother of Daniel, H. C. 1722, a merchant, who d. in London 5 Ju Scotia, where he d. 29 Mar. 1776, leaving son Daniel, a merchant in Halifax, d. at Boulogne, Franceant of land 6 Mar. 1636-7. By w. Susan he had Daniel; Samuel; Susan, b. June 1637, m. in Woburn, Jo 15 Feb. 1643-4, and d. 10 Feb. 1660-61. 2. Daniel, s. of Thomas (1), of Camb., freeman 1652, of s w. Ruth d. 14 Oct. 1703. 4. Samuel, s. of Daniel (2), d. at Woburn 3 July 1687, and Samuel Blod[1 more...]
eyes, paying tribute neither to God nor to Caesar. In such a country, which was almost an utter stranger to any public worship, among a people made up of Presbyterians and Independents, of Lutherans and Quakers, of men who drew their politics, their faith, and their law from the light of nature,—where, ac- Spotswood, Ms. cording to the royalists, the majority were Quakers, atheists, deists, and other evil-disposed persons,—the pious zeal or the bigotry of the proprietaries, selecting Robert Daniel, the deputy-governor, as the fit instru- 1704 ment, resolved on establishing the Church of England. The legislature, chosen without reference to this end, after much opposition, acceded to the design; and further enacted that no one, who would not take the oath prescribed by law, should hold a place of trust in the colony. Then did North Carolina first gain experience of disfranchisements for opinions; then did it first hear of glebes, and a clergy; then were churches first ordered to
The Daily Dispatch: May 20, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the late battle near Fredericksburg. (search)
r.--killed: Private G W Harper Hugh Irvine, and Wm Robertson. Wounded: 1st Serg Wm Frazer Sergt Thomas West, Privates Jas Whits, John Bibo, John Ackerly, Geo Goodbar, John P more, Geo Noel, and P Carroll. Company F. Lieut Moore.--killed: Robert Daniel, wounded: Lieut R M Moore, Greg Hauger Corp'l H W Haws, Privates J J Meys, a J Ballard, and Thomas Holt. Company G, Copt. McEldowney.--killed: none. Wounded: 1st Serg M W Sneakey, Corp'l J Benson, Privates Wm Allman, P F Huffman, Jas Graompany E.--Killed: Geo Green and G W Oaks. Wounded: Castain S C Williams slightly; Lieut Barksdale slightly; Serg't W A Hightowar, leg amputated; Sergeant Rodin W Vaughan, H B Warren J S Carier, W M Tinder, R B Turner, all slightly; N Fitz do; F Daniel, arm amputated.--Missing; W F Hudson and Gen Turner. Company F.--Killed: Lieut J H Dupuy Wounded: Lieut T Paxton, Capt W A Webber, J A Paxton. S Carter slightly. Company G.--Killed: Ensign Wady. Wounded: slightly. Company H (Richmo