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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 1., Chapter 24: the called session of Congress.--foreign relations.--benevolent organizations.--the opposing armies. (search)
, Chris. Powell, Captain W. S. Mason, Charles S. Clampitt, Leopold M. J. Lemmens, D. L. Flanagan, Richard Sharp, Charles H. Kingston, Robert R. Corson, Samuel B. Fales, James Carroll, John T. Wilson. Committee of Ladies.--Mrs. Mary Grover, Mrs. Hannah Smith, Mrs. Priscilla Grover, Miss Sarah Holland, Mrs. Margaret Boyer, Mrs. Eliza J. Smith, Mrs. Anna Elkinton, Mrs. Ellen B. Barrows, Mrs. Mary L. Field, Mrs. Ellen J. Lowry, Mrs. Martha V. R. Ward, Mrs. Eliza Plumer, Mrs. Emily Mason, Mrs. Mary Green, Miss Catharine Baily, Mrs. Eliza Helmbold, Miss Amanda Lee, Mrs. Elizabeth Horton, Mrs. Sarah Femington, Mrs. Kate B. Anderson, Miss Anna Grover, Miss Martha B. Krider, Miss Annie Field, Miss Mary Grover, Mrs. Mary E. Cassedy. They worked in harmony and generous rivalry, all through the period of the war, in doing good. Both saloons were enlarged as necessity required, and both had temporary hospitals attached to them. To the immortal honor of the citizens of Philadelphia it must be
Secretary, Robt. R. Corson. Committee of Gentlemen.--Arad Barrows, Bazilla S. Brown, Joseph B. Wade, Isaac B. Smith, Sr., Erasmus W. Cooper, Job T. Williams, John W. Hicks, George Flomerfelt, John Krider, Sr., Isaac B. Smith, Jr., Charles B. Grieves, James McGlathery, John B. Smith, Curtis Myers, Dr. Eliab Ward, Chris. Powell, Capt. W. S. Mason, Charles S. Clampitt, Leopold M. J. Lemmens, D. L. Flanagan, Richard Sharp, Chs. H. Kingston, Robert R. Corson. Committee of Ladies.--Mrs. Mary Grover, Mrs. Hannah Smith, Mrs. Priscilla Grover, Miss Sarah Holland, Mrs. Margaret Boyer, Mrs. Eliza J. Smith, Mrs. Anna Elkinton, Mrs. Ellen B. Barrows, Mrs. Mary L. Field, Mrs. Ellen J. Lowry, Mrs. Martha V. R. Ward, Mrs. Eliza Plumer, Mrs. Emily Mason, Mrs. Mary Green, Miss Catharine Baily, Mrs. Eliza Helmbold, Miss Amanda Lee, Mrs. Elizabeth Horton, Mrs. Sarah Femington, Mrs. Kate B. Anderson, Miss Anna Grover, Miss Martha B. Krider, Miss Annie Field, Miss Mary Grover, Mrs. Mary A. Cassedy.
Ann, m. Dr. Proctor, of Castine, Me. 68-117TIMOTHY Tufts m., 1st, Mary Goddard; 2d, Mehitable Flagg; and had--  117-187Timothy, b. 1786; m. Susan Cutter.  188Artemas, d. unm.  189Mary, m. Milzar Torrey, and d. 1853.   And by his second wife,--  190Jonas, lives in Charlestown, N. H.  191Joshua, unm., lives in Charlestown, N. H.  192Submit, m. Mr. Wetherbee. 68-120Isaac Tufts m., 1st, Anna Tufts, and had by her--  120-193Anna, m. Samuel Rand.  194Martha.   And by his second wife, Mary Green,--  195Lucy.  196Mary.  197Louisa.  198Isaac.  199Ann Maria, m. James Sawyer.  200Timothy.  201George. 69-122Samuel Tufts m., 1st, Hannah Tufts, Dec. 3, 1795, and had--  122-202Hannah, d. aged 17.  203Lucinda, m. Bernard Tufts (No. 174).  204Mary Ann, m. Asa Tufts (No. 175).  205Charles, unm.   He m., 2d, Grace Barnicott, and had--  206 William Augustus, m.1st, Abigail Tufts. 2d, Susan Tufts.  207John.  208Hannah, m. Mr. Davis, of Billerica. 77-13
June 1708, and had Hepzibah, b. 1709; Sarah, b. 1711; Robert, b. 1712; Mary, b. 1715; James, b. 1717; John, b. 30 Aug. 1719, who removed to Hardwick, 1742, in. Mary Green of Southborough 1746, adm. Hardwick Church, 1746, chosen Deacon, 1774, and removed to Cummington, 1778; Jonas, b. 7 Aug. 1724; Sarah, b. about 1727, d. 27 Aug. r. 1752, when his guardian was appointed). Benjamin the f. was a captain, and d. 5 June 1751, a. 62; his w. Anna survived. 9. William, s. of Benjamin (4), m. Mary Green of Maiden, pub. 20 Feb. 1735-6, and had Jonathan, b. 22 Mar. 1736-7; Samuel, b. 14 Jan. 1738-9; Benjamin, b. 6 Ap. 1741; Sarah, b. 16 Ap. 1743, m. Moses Robbinsployment of Rev. Mr. Glover, he is styled locksmith, and various circumstances sufficiently indicate that he labored in that occupation, after he was superseded by Green in the management of the printing-office. It may be that Mr. Glover was unable, or judged it imprudent, to engage a regular printer to emigrate; and therefore emp
Camb., James Bradish of Westborough and Thomas Ford and w. Ruth of Marshfield, describing themselves as children of Joseph Bradish, late of Cambridge, yeoman, deceased, who was son of Robert Bradish, formerly of Cambridge aforesaid, yeoman, also deceased. 3. James, S. of Joseph (2), rem. to Marlborough where he m. Damaris Rice 16 June 1708, and had Hepzibah, b. 1709; Sarah, b. 1711; Robert, b. 1712; Mary, b. 1715; James, b. 1717; John, b. 30 Aug. 1719, who removed to Hardwick, 1742, in. Mary Green of Southborough 1746, adm. Hardwick Church, 1746, chosen Deacon, 1774, and removed to Cummington, 1778; Jonas, b. 7 Aug. 1724; Sarah, b. about 1727, d. 27 Aug. 1740, in her 13th year; Anna, b. 6 June 1729; Joseph, b. 26 Feb. 1731-2, d. 28 Aug. 1740 4. John, s. of Joseph (2), m. Hepzibah——, and had Hannah, b. 27 Oct. 1705: John, b. 10 Sept. 1717; James, b. 30 July 1709; Elizabeth, b. 1 Feb. 1711-12, m. John Wood of Charlestown, 1732; Jonathan, b. 16 Sept. 1713; William, b. 31 May 1715, d
, b. 7 June 1734; Francis, b. 6 Feb. 1737; Stephen, b. 1740 (in his 12th year, 16 Mar. 1752, when his guardian was appointed). Benjamin the f. was a captain, and d. 5 June 1751, a. 62; his w. Anna survived. 9. William, s. of Benjamin (4), m. Mary Green of Maiden, pub. 20 Feb. 1735-6, and had Jonathan, b. 22 Mar. 1736-7; Samuel, b. 14 Jan. 1738-9; Benjamin, b. 6 Ap. 1741; Sarah, b. 16 Ap. 1743, m. Moses Robbins 31 Oct. 1765; William, b. 29 Sept. 1745; Mary, b. 29 Feb. 1747-8; Lucy, b. 2 Ap. 17 trade. In his agreement, 1638, to emigrate to New England, and to labor in the employment of Rev. Mr. Glover, he is styled locksmith, and various circumstances sufficiently indicate that he labored in that occupation, after he was superseded by Green in the management of the printing-office. It may be that Mr. Glover was unable, or judged it imprudent, to engage a regular printer to emigrate; and therefore employed Daye to superintend the press, on account of his skill in working iron, and p
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 2., A business man of long ago. (search)
t in the West Indies in 1793. Beside being a ship-owner, he was interested in other marine affairs. He assisted in fitting out privateers during the Revolution. In 1784 Mr. Hall said, When the war began I would not have exchanged property with any man in the country, but now I am worth nothing. His landed property remained, and when the war was over it furnished his capital as he manfully set to work to repair his fortunes. Mrs. Hall died in 1790. In 1791 Mr. Hall married widow Mary Green, of Boston. The marriage contract made between them and Joseph Barrel, Esq., of Boston, of the third part, is very quaint. It provides that In consideration of five shillings to the said Benjamin paid by the said Joseph the receipt whereof the said Benjamin doth hereby acknowledge, he the said Benjamin doth hereby grant, bargain sell convey and confirm unto the said Joseph the mansion house of the said Benjamin with the land, garden and buildings thereunto belonging all situate and
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., An eighteenth century enterprise. (search)
Tavern keeper.Boston, June 2, 1760Tenant of Col. Royall.   Charity (wife)   Children Gould, AbrahamMar. court, 1758Servant of Benj. Peirce. Gould, ElizabethReading, April 12, 1762In house of Nathan Tufts. Gray, John, and familyDec. 28, 1750 Green, Francis (?)Aug. 31, 1797 Green, IsaacApr. 16, 1784(Wife and family.) Greenleaf, Stephen   Maria (wife)Brookline, Mayor June, 1764Dec. 3, 1764 Greenough, Andrew (Hall?)Boston, September, 1769Oct. 8, 1770In family of Andrew Hall. Greenough, JGreen, IsaacApr. 16, 1784(Wife and family.) Greenleaf, Stephen   Maria (wife)Brookline, Mayor June, 1764Dec. 3, 1764 Greenough, Andrew (Hall?)Boston, September, 1769Oct. 8, 1770In family of Andrew Hall. Greenough, JohnJan. 30, 1791 Hadley, AbigailStoneham, Aug. 23, 1766In family of Widow Sarah Connory. Hadley, David Son of Samuel.Stoneham, February, 1762Jan. 1, 1763Apprentice to Benj. Willis. Hadley, SamuelStoneham, Nov. 25, 1762Sept. 1, 1763Tenants of Ebenr Harriden.   Abigail (wife)   Antony.   Jonathan   Abigail   Moses   Hulda Hadley, Samuel, Jr.Stoneham, Apr. 6, 1768Tenant of Thos. Sprague   Rebecca (wife) Hains, AquilaBostonAug. 9, 1763A transient person. Hains, Dor
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., Meeting-house brook and the second Meeting-house. (search)
gned the dower set off to her son Benjamin Benjamin, born January 27, 1731, m. 1st, Hepzibah Jones, May 3, 1752, 2d, Mary Green; d. February 2, 1817; member of Provincial Congress., in consideration of £ 720; which, after deducting his own share, 1760, d. November 18, 1763., each £79.9.7 Benjamin, born January 27, 1731, m. 1st, Hepzibah Jones, May 3, 1752, 2d, Mary Green; d. February 2, 1817; member of Provincial Congress. James, born April 8, 1735, m. Mary Watson, March. 27, 1760, d. 6, 1763, died November 28, 1792., £54.6.5 Benjamin, born January 27, 1731, m. 1st, Hepzibah Jones, May 3, 1752, 2d, Mary Green; d. February 2, 1817; member of Provincial Congress. James, born April 8, 1735, m. Mary Watson, March. 27, 1760, d.ary 27, 1755, d. August 28, 1757., £29.1.2 Benjamin, born January 27, 1731, m. 1st, Hepzibah Jones, May 3, 1752, 2d, Mary Green; d. February 2, 1817; member of Provincial Congress. James, born April 8, 1735, m. Mary Watson, March. 27, 1760, d.
Arrests by the city police. --Mary Green, a white woman, was yesterday arrested for receiving a ton of pig-iron stolen from the Confederate States. Thos. Hatcher was arrested for stealing a quantity of steel from the Confederate carbine shops. Wm. Kenny, Pleasant Jones, and Charles Jones, free negroes, were arrested on the charge of breaking into a freight car at the Central Depot and stealing 400 pounds of bacon. The above parties were locked up in the cage, and will be brought before the Mayor this morning.
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