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ss. Hist. Coll., vol. i., fourth series, p. 262), contains the following, under date of June 6, 1775: Mr. John Peck, Mr. Frost, Mr. Brewer, and sundry others, discharged from on board the Admiral, in exchange of prisoners, viz. Major Dunbar, Capt. Gould, and a number of wounded soldiers. Smith's Address contains very full particulars of the doings in Menotomy during the retreat of the British. Two incidents of the conflict as they continued their retreat below Cooper's Tavern are here re and the rebels at Lexington, and that they were still engaged. On this, I immediately pressed on, and in less than 2 miles we heard the firing very distinctly. About this time (which was between 1 and 2 o'clock in the afternoon) I met with Lt. Gould of the King's own Regiment, who was wounded, and who informed me that the Grenadiers and Light Inf'y had been attacked by the rebels about day-break, and were retiring, having expended most of their ammunition,—and in about a quarter of an hour
the men were sworn into the United States service,— the selectmen and four others to act as a recruiting committee. The town's quota was thirty-three, and that number was furnished at a cost of $4,060.63. At this meeting, July 22, 1862, the town passed resolves, which were placed on the town records, tendering their kindest sympathy to Major Albert S. Ingalls, in hospital at Annapolis, Md., who had recently lost a limb on the field of battle before Richmond. Also, of greeting to Lieut. Francis Gould. Lieut. John Locke, Lieut. Charles H. Graves, and others, our friends and neighbors, now resting on their laurels near the field of battle before Richmond. At the same meeting, Thomas Braslin, a member of the West Cambridge company, having a furlough in consequence of a wound received at the battle of Fair Oaks, being present, was called upon to address the meeting, and responded in a speech full of patriotism. A collection was taken up for him, amounting to $44.27. Albert S. Ing
lpit at Reading, after delivering an address and offering up a prayer with great fervor and earnestness, he beckoned to Dr. Gould to come to him in the pulpit. He said to the physician that before he had finished the exercises of the occasion he ha22 Dec. 1761. See Paige, 566; Wyman, 422. Goss, Mehitable—from the ch. in Billerica—adm. to Pct. ch. 7 Aug. 1796. Gould, Sarah, of Medford, and Thomas Robbins of Camb., m. 29 Oct. 1761. Gould, a baker—young man—frozen near Phile. Russell'sGould, a baker—young man—frozen near Phile. Russell's, 12 Feb. 1838. Francis Gould, one of the officers in the military service before Richmond, to whom the town sent resolutions of greeting on July 22, 1862, alluded to on p. 167 of this work, went to the war from West Cambridge. His company was aFrancis Gould, one of the officers in the military service before Richmond, to whom the town sent resolutions of greeting on July 22, 1862, alluded to on p. 167 of this work, went to the war from West Cambridge. His company was attached to a New York regiment, called the Mozart. He was wounded by a musket ball in the knee at Chantilly, Sept. 1, 1862, then in full commission as lieutenant, the ball remaining in his knee until his death, Sept. 7, 1874, at the age of 44
1861; left the State, July 4, 1861. (three Years.) Name.Co.Age.Enrolled. 289Albert 8. Ingalls, capt.H30June 27, 1861, at Yonkers, N. Y.; major, June 20, 1862. 290John Locke, 2d lieut.F35June 27, 1861; 1st lieut. Sept. 25, 1861. 291Francis Gould, 1st sergt.H31C June 27, 1861; 2d lieut. Dec. 16, 1861; 1st lieut. March 20, 1862. 292Horace D. Durgin, sergt.H21June 27, 1861; 1st sergt. 293Charles H. Graves, sergt.H22June 27, 1861; 2d lieut., Dec. 16, 1861; 1st lieut., Aug. 28, 1862. 2mpsonH20June 27, 1861. 319George S. WilsonH29June 27, 1861. 320William S. WoodsH20June 27, 1861. Albert S. Ingalls died of a wound Aug. 11, 1862 (see p. 157 previous). John Locke died in the service Sept. 22, 1862 (see p. 168 previous). Francis Gould received a ball in his knee Sept. 1, 1862, and died from its supposed effects Sept. 7, 1874 (see p. 263 previous). John B. Wiley was killed in battle. Gammon died of disease in the service. Greenlaw was killed in battle. John H. Hill died
d obituary notice, 240 Five Cents Savings Bank, 655 Flagstaff donated, 160 Fourth of July Celebration, in 1808, 121, 122; in 1842, 228 Friendship fire engine, 139, 143 Gage, Gen., his official return of the action of April 19, 1775, 52, 53, 54 Gale, destructive, in 1871, 163, 174 Galleries in meeting-house, 34, 35, 49, 94, 101, 115, 126 Gas Light Company, 155 General School Committee, 140 Gift, of Rebecca Whitmore, 29; toward building first meeting-house, 23 Gould, Lieut., made prisoner, April 19, 1775, 63, 64, 77, 81 Grant by certain inhabitants of Charlestown to President of Harvard College, 8; to West Cambridge, of all lands belonging to the Proprietors of Cambridge, 20; to Widow Rolfe, to make a dam above old mill pond, 12, 14, 16 Great Road to Concord, allowance for highway, 9; Swamp by Menotomy River, allotments near, 9 Guide posts, 143 Hall of Thomas Russell, 111 Hayscales, 117, 140 Hearse, 113, 117, 143 Heath and Warren, G
bbons, 6, 7 Gibbs, 172, 177, 343 Gibson, 166, 215, 252,348 Gilbert, 252, 310 Gilceas, 346 Gill, 44 Gilmore, 262, 309 Gilson, 219, 262 Gladdeus, 252 Glazier, 262, 263 Gleason, 218, 252 Gleison, 7 Goddard, 233, 252, 309 Goddin and Godding, 11, 12, 22, 262, 263, 299, 301, 328 Goffe, 7 Goldsmith, 262, 263 Goldthwait, 67 Goodwin, 173, 184, 222, 262, 263 Gookin, 253, 275 Gordon, 53, 61, 63, 64, 65, 78 Gore, 13 Gorton, 7 Goss, 253 Gould, 63, 66, 63, 64, 77, 81, 141, 167, 226, 263, 291, 296, 349 Gourley, 342 Gowen, 253, 269 Gracie, 263, 322 Grafton, 176 Grant, 133, 166,194, 201, 263, 281, 336, 344 Graves, 167, 349, 351 Gray, 118, 154, 209, 212, 263 Greeley, 342 Green and Greene, 37, 100, 106, 108, 160,170, 172, 175, 176, 263,264, 280, 312, 322, 343 Greenlaw, 349 Greenleaf, 24, 264, 277 Greenough, 254 Greenwood, 68, 83, 264, 277 Griffin, 228 Griffiths, 18, 154, 289 Griggs, 264