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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., chapter 48 (search)
mes W. Sheffield, Second-class Fireman; Charles T. Young, Orderly-Sergeant; Austin Quimley, Corporal-of-Marines; Roscoe G. Dolley and Patrick Flood, Privates of Marines; Henry Hobson, Corporal-of-Marines; James Kerrigan, John McAleen, Geo. A. Raymond, James Tucker and Isaac Thornton, Privates-of-Marines; Win. Y. Evans, Nurse; Wm. B. Poole, Quartermaster: F. J. Veannoh, Captain-of-Afterguard; Charles Hill, Landsman; Henry Jameson, First-class Fireman; John G. Batchelder, Private-of-Marines; John Dwyer, First-class Fireman; Thomas Salmon and Patrick O'Conner, Second-class Firemen; Geo. H. Harrison and George Andrew, Ordinary Seamen; Charles Moore, Seaman; George A. Whipple, Ordinary Seaman; Edward Wallace, Seaman; Thomas Marsh, Coalheaver; Thomas Buckley, Ordinary Seaman; Edward Wilt, Captain-of-Top; Geo. H. Kinnie, Ordinary Seaman; Augustus Johnson, Jeremiah Horrigan, William O'Halloran and William Turner, Seamen; Joshua Collins and James McBeath, Ordinary Seamen; John Pope, Coalheaver;
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Petty officers and crew. (search)
mes W. Sheffield, Second-class Fireman; Charles T. Young, Orderly-Sergeant; Austin Quimley, Corporal-of-Marines; Roscoe G. Dolley and Patrick Flood, Privates of Marines; Henry Hobson, Corporal-of-Marines; James Kerrigan, John McAleen, Geo. A. Raymond, James Tucker and Isaac Thornton, Privates-of-Marines; Win. Y. Evans, Nurse; Wm. B. Poole, Quartermaster: F. J. Veannoh, Captain-of-Afterguard; Charles Hill, Landsman; Henry Jameson, First-class Fireman; John G. Batchelder, Private-of-Marines; John Dwyer, First-class Fireman; Thomas Salmon and Patrick O'Conner, Second-class Firemen; Geo. H. Harrison and George Andrew, Ordinary Seamen; Charles Moore, Seaman; George A. Whipple, Ordinary Seaman; Edward Wallace, Seaman; Thomas Marsh, Coalheaver; Thomas Buckley, Ordinary Seaman; Edward Wilt, Captain-of-Top; Geo. H. Kinnie, Ordinary Seaman; Augustus Johnson, Jeremiah Horrigan, William O'Halloran and William Turner, Seamen; Joshua Collins and James McBeath, Ordinary Seamen; John Pope, Coalheaver;
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 6: Essex County. (search)
oney raised and expended by the town in the payment of State aid to families of soldiers during the four years of the war, and which was afterwards reimbursed by the Commonwealth, was as follows: In 1861, $985.82; in 1862, $2,496.29; in 1863, $8,156.67; in 1864, $3,636.82; in 1865, $2,400.00. Total amount, $17,675.60. Salem Incorporated June 24, 1629. Population in 1860, 22,252; in 1865, 21,197. Valuation in 1860, $14,722,500; in 1865, $16,192,359. In 1861, Stephen P. Webb, mayor; John Dwyer, Francis Brown, John B. Fisk, Dana Z. Smith, Daniel Stoddard, Charles Upton, aldermen. In 1862, Stephen P. Webb, mayor; Stephen A. Chase, John B. Fisk, Francis W. Pickman, Franklin T. Sanborn, Dana Z. Smith, Daniel Stoddard, aldermen. In 1863, Stephen G. Wheatland, mayor; George R. Chapman, John B. Fisk, Daniel H. Mansfield, Francis W. Pickman, Franklin T. Sanborn, John Webster, aldermen. In 1864, Stephen G. Wheatland, mayor; John Barlow, George R. Chapman, Daniel H. Mansfield, Nathanie
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died., List of Massachusetts officers and soldiers killed in action. (search)
ia, Va.,May 19, 1864. Durgin, Leavitt C., Sergt.,2d Mass. Inf.,Gettysburg, Pa.,July 3, 1863. Duttling, August,20th Mass. Inf.,Gettysburg, Pa.,July 3, 1863. Dutton, Myranda,33d Mass. Inf.,Dallas, Ga.,May 25, 1864. Dwight, Charles C., Corp.,28th Mass. Inf.,Secessionville, S. C.,June 16, 1862. Dwinell, Charles H. Name and rank. Private understood when not otherwise stated.Command.Engagement.Date. Dwinell, Charles H.,29th Mass. Inf.,Campbell Station, Tenn.,Nov. 16, 1863. Dwyer, John,20th Mass. Inf.,Ball's Bluff, Va.,Oct. 21, 1861. Dwyer, Thomas,20th Mass. Inf.,Fair Oaks, Va.,June 1, 1862. Dwyer, Timothy,28th Mass. Inf.,Fredericksburg, Va.,Dec. 13, 1862. Dyer, Looman H.,2d Mass. Inf.,Cedar Mountain, Va.,Aug. 9, 1862. Dyer, Michael,16th Mass. Inf.,Gettysburg, Pa.,July 3, 1863. Dyer, Nathaniel H., Corp.,12th Mass. Inf.,Antietam, Md.,Sept. 17, 1862. Dyson, Reuben,42d Mass. Inf.,La Fourche Crossing, La.,June 21, 1863. Eacott, Henry,19th Mass. Inf.,White Oak Swamp,
Dwinell, Charles H. Name and rank. Private understood when not otherwise stated.Command.Engagement.Date. Dwinell, Charles H.,29th Mass. Inf.,Campbell Station, Tenn.,Nov. 16, 1863. Dwyer, John,20th Mass. Inf.,Ball's Bluff, Va.,Oct. 21, 1861. Dwyer, Thomas,20th Mass. Inf.,Fair Oaks, Va.,June 1, 1862. Dwyer, Timothy,28th Mass. Inf.,Fredericksburg, Va.,Dec. 13, 1862. Dyer, Looman H.,2d Mass. Inf.,Cedar Mountain, Va.,Aug. 9, 1862. Dyer, Michael,16th Mass. Inf.,Gettysburg, Pa.,July 3, 1863. Dyer, Nathaniel H., Corp.,12th Mass. Inf.,Antietam, Md.,Sept. 17, 1862. Dyson, Reuben,42d Mass. Inf.,La Fourche Crossing, La.,June 21, 1863. Eacott, Henry,19th Mass. Inf.,White Oak Swamp, Va.,June 30, 1862. Eames, David B., Sergt.,32d Mass. Inf.,Petersburg, Va.,June 22, 1864. Eames, Warren F.,20th Mass. Inf.,Ball's Bluff, Va.,Oct. 21, 1861. Earle, Alfred C., Sergt.,35th Mass. Inf.,Antietam, Md.,Sept. 17, 1862. Earley, Patrick, Sergt.,9th Mass. Inf.,Malvern Hill, Va.,July 1, 1862
Durant, Bartholomew, 356 Durant, Charles, 513 Durfee, B. L., 453 Durfee, W. F., 81 Durgin, G. E., 356 Durgin, Jonathan, 513 Durgin, L. C., 356 Durivage, H. A., 56, 162 Dushelm, Leon, 513 Duso, John, 453 Dustin, E. S., 453 Duttling, August, 356 Dutton, Myranda, 356 Duxbury, Joseph, 453 Dwight, C. C., 356 Dwight, Howard, 61 Dwight, Wilder, 61, 69, 73, 453 Dwight, William, Jr., 52, 59, 61, 67 Dwinnell, C. H., 357 Dwinnell (or Dunwall), Waldo, 513 Dwyer, Daniel, 513 Dwyer, John, 357 Dwyer, Thomas, 357 Dwyer, Timothy, 357 Dwyer, William, 453 Dyer, A. O., 454 Dyer, B. G. M., 513 Dyer, D. H., 319, 325 Dyer, L. H., 357 Dyer, Michael, 357 Dyer, N. H., 357 Dyer, Peter, 65 Dyson, Reuben, 357 E. Eacott, Henry, 357 Eaff, N., 513 Eagan, Matthew, 513 Eagem, C. M., 513 Eames, D. B., 357 Eames, W. F., 357 Earle, A. C., 357 Earle, D. M., 100 Earle, G. W., 1st Mass. H. A., 513 Earle, G. W., 40th Mass. Inf., 454 Earley, Patrick, 357 Early, J. A., 110
To J. R. Tucker, Esq., Attorney General of Virginia.-- Dear Sir: The undersigned have seen published in the Richmond Dispatch an opinion that our foreign citizens would violate their oaths of naturalization by voting for candidates advocating the severance of Virginia from the Union. Please give us your written opinion of same. Respectfully, Louis Antelotti, M. Seagers, T. C. Burns, John Dwyer, Hermann Schurichtz, Lud. Hoyer. Richmond, Va., Jan. 31, 1861. Richmond, Jan. 31, 1861. Gentlemen: Your note submits to me the important inquiry, whether the relation which the naturalized citizen holds to the Federal Union, by reason of his oath at the time of naturalization, is different from that which exists in the case of any native-born citizen? And whether the one, any more than the other, owes allegiance to the United States--which would make his assent to an act of secession by a State improper or treasonable and against his oath and obligation of al
To J. R. Tucker, Esq., Attorney General of Virginia.-- Dear Sir: The undersigned have seen published in the Richmond Dispatch an opinion that our foreign citizens would violate their oaths of naturalization by voting for candidates advocating the severance of Virginia from the Union. Please give us your written opinion of same. Respectfully, Louis Antelotti, M. Seagers, T. C. Burns, John Dwyer, Hermann Schurichtz, Lud. Hoyer. Richmond, Va., Jan. 31, 1861. Richmond, Jan. 31, 1861. Gentlemen: Your note submits to me the important inquiry, whether the relation which the naturalized citizen holds to the Federal Union, by reason of his oath at the time of naturalization, is different from that which exists in the case of any native-born citizen? And whether the one, any more than the other, owes allegiance to the United States--which would make his assent to an act of secession by a State improper or treasonable and against his oath and obligation of alle
A murdered man Returning to life. --In a New Orleans court, on Tuesday, a man named John Dwyer, arrested on the 11th inst., was brought up for examination on a charge of having willfully murdered one Joseph Taylor, on board a steamboat. While the examination was progressing, Taylor, the "willfully murdered" man, walked intohaving willfully murdered one Joseph Taylor, on board a steamboat. While the examination was progressing, Taylor, the "willfully murdered" man, walked into court, proved his identity, and thus procured the discharge of Dwyer. Dwyer had only thrashed him within an inch of his life — coming that near to "willfully murdering" him. having willfully murdered one Joseph Taylor, on board a steamboat. While the examination was progressing, Taylor, the "willfully murdered" man, walked into court, proved his identity, and thus procured the discharge of Dwyer. Dwyer had only thrashed him within an inch of his life — coming that near to "willfully murdering" hi
ofessing to be Captain of company F, 15th Louisiana regiment, and John Dwyer, were brought to the bar and required to answer for swindling a vnd Taliaferro, undertook very kindly to put him through all right. Dwyer was procured as a substitute, and agreed to serve for $1,200, and wrs, "Captain" Murphy appeared and announced his readiness to accept Dwyer into his company. Certain papers were made out by the obliging "Captain," Dwyer received the $1,080, and the anxious searcher after a substitute left them waiting for him to return with the balance of the mGholson hurried back to try and recover his funds. He did not find Dwyer or Murphy till next day, and then succeeded only by the aid of an officer Gholson got $400 of his money from a man with whom Dwyer had deposited it, and $100 from "a lady" with whom he had left it. The balancrmer, they would be held for trial for grand larceny. If, however, Dwyer performed his agreement according to law, the case would terminate.
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