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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1861. (search)
wn there, Gholsonville. His third son, Thomas Gholson, Jr., my immediate ancestor, was born in 178to fall in the second American revolution. Gholson's schooling began in 1850, and was confined tThe contest, meanwhile, was never absent from Gholson's thoughts. In February, 1862, he wrote: I c showed no response. The hour had struck for Gholson. He obtained permission of the Governor of Osited the capital, Columbus, on business. To Gholson was promised the Adjutancy; but yielding it t Sixth fared hardly. On the 1st of October Gholson left Louisville for Columbus on business, andre, One Hundred and Fourth Illinois, promised Gholson the place of Brigade Adjutant, and the latterColonel Moore, bringing his own Adjutant; yet Gholson was made Aid-de-Camp and Chief of Staff, Octolone to Glasgow, Kentucky. From this place Gholson wrote on the 14th, being then the Acting Assit daylight, Sunday morning, December 7th. Captain Gholson was first on the left, where the One Hund[1 more...]
The Episcopal Diocesan Council --On the assembling of this body at St. Paul's Church, Wednesday, thirty-eight clerical and thirty-two lay delegates appeared. The various standing committees were appointed, among them the following on the state of the Church; Rev. Dr. Minnegerode. Rev. R. K. Meade, Rev. Jno. Grammer, Rev. Wm. H. Platt. Judge Thomas Gholson, Mr. N. H. Massie, Mr. J. L Bacon, Dr. P. H. Foster. The report of the managers of the widows' and orphans' fund shows the income of the society for the past year to be $2,555,86, and the expenses $320. Total assets upwards of $40,000. Yesterday Bishop Johns presented his annual report, which gave a variety of interesting information on the state of the Church. Rev. T. G. Dashiell has been elected Secretary of the Council.