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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
Webb, Lieutenant W. T. Fentress, Lieutenant Thomas J. Oakhum, Lieutenant Francis Russ, M. W. Allen, J. W. Ashe, William Ashby, William T. Backus, Jr., William A. Batten, E. E. Beaton, W. H. Bell, Thomas Bland, C. Bohannan, D. Boyce, R. M. Boutwell, George W. Brent, William J. Bright, A. M. Brownley, W. H. Buchanan, James Cherry, W. H. Cherry, Walter A. Creekmore, G. E. Crismond, J. W. Crismond, S. J. Cummins, G. D. Culver, William H. Cuthriell, J. A. Dillion, J. H. Dilsburg, B. Duveryier, John Ewell, T. Fitzsimmons, V. Forbes, J. H. Gaskins, Robert Gaskins, J. W. Griffin, H. P. Goodson, I. I. Guy, W. R. Hansford, H. Hopkins, J. H. L. Hopkins, W. H. Hughes, A. C. Ironmonger, C. E. Ironmonger, F. M. Ives, Jesse Ives, E. H. Johnson, William Jones, G. T. Jones, E. H. Jones, J. Jordan, G. W. King, Samuel Lanier, G. W. Lash, Robert Lewis, William A. Lewis, C. B. Linn, H. Liverman, Wilson B. Lynch, William B. Mahoney, E. G. March, A. Mathews, Edward Mathews, J. W. Mathews, Stephen McHorney,
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 4., First Universalist Society in Medford. (search)
iness as parishes are by law authorized to choose, and transact in the months of March and April annually. Given under our hands this tenth day of March, A. D. 1831. Signed, William S. Barker. John Wheeler. Nathan W. Waite. Willard Butters. Miles Sampson. John H. Haskell. Thomas P. Hunt. Waldo Belknap. Timothy Cotting. George Sawyer. John Johnson. James Hyde, Jr. Joshua Bailey. Benjamin Walker. James ford. Moses Merrill. John Sawtell. Amherst Josslyn. William Peak. Leonard Bucknam. John Ewell. Charles Ewell. Henry T. Ewell. Joseph Richardson. James Curtis. I have deemed it of sufficient consideration to give this petition in full, together with the names of the petitioners, to show that the society was organized in due form of law, and to make a record of the names of the persons who were the originators and prime movers in the formation of this organization. Justice Cushing was evidently prompt in business, for on the seventh day after receiving this petition he issued
al were varied, but not of special importance. Americus Holliday, wearing the vestments of a soldier, had on Wednesday, disguised himself in liquor, and while in that condition, besides pelting little boys with hen eggs, had chased a number of ladies who were passing near the Old Market. The defendant, who proved indeed to be really a "merry cuss" was sent to prison in default of surety.--Frank Ward, arrested by Lt. Carter, for selling himself as a substitute, and then deserting from Captain John Ewell's company, was delivered to his commanding officer.--Frederick Smith, charged jointly with Edward Keeling of causing the death of Richard Wright alias Chas. Moore, was arraigned for an examination, which was postponed until Saturday, on account of the absence of a witness deemed essential.--Robert Jordan, slave of Henry Beal, was ordered to jail as a dangerous character. It appears that Bob had once been convicted of the crime of enticing slaves to leave their owners in Northumberland