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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1861. (search)
who came to Chester from Haverhill, Massachusetts. Samuel was the son of Jonathan Emerson of Haverhill. . . . . . Jonathan's sister, Hannah, was Mrs. Dustin of Havebove; but with that, my purpose in life is at once clear, my success sure. Emerson carried out his intention of entering Andover Theological Seminary, connecting in view of the state of the country. The question was rather jokingly asked, Emerson, will you enlist if we will? He replied in the calmest tone, I have enlisted,d winter were spent mostly in picket duty and road-building. On December 13th Emerson participated in the battle of Fredericksburg, in which his regiment was mostlys then took part, under General Hooker, in the battle of Chancellorsville, and Emerson's name was in the list of missing. His cousin had, with him, left a rifle-pitstantly killed on Sunday, May 3, 1863. This informant stated that he himself, Emerson and another, not having heard any order to retreat, were the last to leave a r
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, Biographical Index. (search)
Rufus, Rev., I. 151. Ellsworth, E. E., Col., I. 328. Emerson, G. B., I. 24. Emerson, George S., I. 96. Emerson, JEmerson, George S., I. 96. Emerson, John, Capt., II. 229, 230;. Emerson, Jonathan, II. 230. Emerson, N. F., II. 229. Emerson, R. W., I. 57, 86;, 99, 282,Emerson, John, Capt., II. 229, 230;. Emerson, Jonathan, II. 230. Emerson, N. F., II. 229. Emerson, R. W., I. 57, 86;, 99, 282, 353. Emerson, S., II. 230. Emerson, S. G., Memoir, II. 229-233. Emory, W. H., Maj.-Gen., I. 64, 67;, 71. EndiootEmerson, Jonathan, II. 230. Emerson, N. F., II. 229. Emerson, R. W., I. 57, 86;, 99, 282, 353. Emerson, S., II. 230. Emerson, S. G., Memoir, II. 229-233. Emory, W. H., Maj.-Gen., I. 64, 67;, 71. Endioott, W. C., II. 2. Engley, W. F., II. 235. Erving, John, I. 351. Erving, Langdon, 1. 351. Estes, Private, I. 250, 2Emerson, N. F., II. 229. Emerson, R. W., I. 57, 86;, 99, 282, 353. Emerson, S., II. 230. Emerson, S. G., Memoir, II. 229-233. Emory, W. H., Maj.-Gen., I. 64, 67;, 71. Endioott, W. C., II. 2. Engley, W. F., II. 235. Erving, John, I. 351. Erving, Langdon, 1. 351. Estes, Private, I. 250, 251;. Everett, Edward, I. 24, 153;, 418. Ewell, R. S., Maj.-Gen. (Rebel service), II. 144. F. Farley, F. A., Rev.,Emerson, R. W., I. 57, 86;, 99, 282, 353. Emerson, S., II. 230. Emerson, S. G., Memoir, II. 229-233. Emory, W. H., Maj.-Gen., I. 64, 67;, 71. Endioott, W. C., II. 2. Engley, W. F., II. 235. Erving, John, I. 351. Erving, Langdon, 1. 351. Estes, Private, I. 250, 251;. Everett, Edward, I. 24, 153;, 418. Ewell, R. S., Maj.-Gen. (Rebel service), II. 144. F. Farley, F. A., Rev., I. 42. Felton, J. B., I. 190. Fenton, J. L., Sergt., Memoir, II. 234-236. Fenton, Mehitable, II. 234. Fenton, OrEmerson, S., II. 230. Emerson, S. G., Memoir, II. 229-233. Emory, W. H., Maj.-Gen., I. 64, 67;, 71. Endioott, W. C., II. 2. Engley, W. F., II. 235. Erving, John, I. 351. Erving, Langdon, 1. 351. Estes, Private, I. 250, 251;. Everett, Edward, I. 24, 153;, 418. Ewell, R. S., Maj.-Gen. (Rebel service), II. 144. F. Farley, F. A., Rev., I. 42. Felton, J. B., I. 190. Fenton, J. L., Sergt., Memoir, II. 234-236. Fenton, Mehitable, II. 234. Fenton, Orrin, II. 234. Fessenden, J. M., Col., I. 24. Field, W. P., II. 270. Fisher, T. W., Dr., I. 232, 233;. Fiske, AuguEmerson, S. G., Memoir, II. 229-233. Emory, W. H., Maj.-Gen., I. 64, 67;, 71. Endioott, W. C., II. 2. Engley, W. F., II. 235. Erving, John, I. 351. Erving, Langdon, 1. 351. Estes, Private, I. 250, 251;. Everett, Edward, I. 24, 153;, 418. Ewell, R. S., Maj.-Gen. (Rebel service), II. 144. F. Farley, F. A., Rev., I. 42. Felton, J. B., I. 190. Fenton, J. L., Sergt., Memoir, II. 234-236. Fenton, Mehitable, II. 234. Fenton, Orrin, II. 234. Fessenden, J. M., Col., I. 24. Field, W. P., II. 270. Fisher, T. W., Dr., I. 232, 233;. Fiske, Augustus H., I. 243. Fiske, Sarah R., I. 243. Fitzhugh, E. P., II. 415. Fletcher, Dr., I. 120. Fletcher, George, II.
Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Charlestown School in the 17th century. (search)
ut to show that the youth of Charlestown, as in Cheever's time, did not get their education wholly from the Town Hill school. April 20, 1691. ‘Agreed with Mr. Jno. Emerson to be schoolmaster in this Towne for the education of Youth, viz., in Lattin, writing, ciphering, and perfecting in English, & for encouragement in sd work, the Selectmen promise the sd schoolmaster, Mr. Emerson, 25 pounds per annum, one-half money & the other half as money. And such Youth as do enter under sd schoolmaster his Tutorage, they are to pay as he and their parents or overseers do agree for, and as to some poor children that may come, as sd Mr. Emerson and the Selectmen mayMr. Emerson and the Selectmen may agree therein, and the above sd twenty-five pounds is to be payd quarterly from May the 4th following.’ May 9, 1695. ‘Voted that what is rising annually upon the account of the school in this Town shall be payd annually to a schoolmaster, & no more towards keeping a gramer & writing school, and the sd schoolmaster to have the <