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ust built a tomb in the old cemetery at Harvard Square, and the young man's body was the first to be put into it. An interesting item in the life of this unfortunate young man is that the record of his birth written in the book at Cambridge is in the handwriting of old Dr. Holmes, then the minister of the church, the father of Dr. Holmes, the humorist. Three daughters made their homes near the family rooftree. Betsy was the first of the daughters to leave the home nest. She married Benjamin Grover November 13, 1803. In 1804 there is recorded the renewal of the covenant for the baptism of children by this couple, and their residence is given as New Bridge. Later, in 1807, the baptism of another child is recorded, and they are put down as of Cambridgeport. It is evidently the same place under a new name, which still clings to it. The old custom of naming the children after the parents was followed in this case, Benjamin and Elizabeth. They moved to Concord, N. H., and the prese
mber 17. So promptly did General Banks act that on December 16 General Grover's expedition got under way for Baton Rouge, and arrived there orche, Banks had a marching column composed of Augur's, Emory's, and Grover's divisions, 15,000 strong. On March 9 tents were struck, to be piquarters to Brashear, and for the next six weeks Banks, with Emory, Grover, and Weitzel, was skirmishing and fighting along the bayous of west the army had now been divided were commanded by Generals Banks and Grover, respectively. On April 12 Banks crossed to Berwick City, and hereff fight of two days Taylor made good his retreat at night, because Grover was so delayed in his march that he failed to get in Taylor's rear,n December. Early in 1864 he was appointed engineer officer to General Grover in a proposed campaign against Mobile, where he had charge of cld fortifications in East Louisiana, for which he received from General Grover a personal letter commending him for his faithful and efficient
, J. F., 58. Gage, General, 52. Gardenville, 32. Gardner, Mary B., 47. Gardner, Miles, 47. Gardner Row, 47. Gardner, Thomas, 5. Gates, General, 51, 54. Geddis' Twine Factory, 12. Gerrish, Elizabeth, 43. Goddard, Thomas, 19. Goldsboro, 39. Goodhue, Eliza, 10. Governor John Winthrop and His Ten Hills Farm, 61. Grand Army of the Republic, 68. Gray's Elegy, 76. Gray, Rev. Francis A., 63. Great Bromley, Essex County, Eng., 1. Green, Marshal-General, John, 53. Grover, Benjamin, 9. Grover, Elizabeth, 9. Grover, General, 65, 66, 68. Hague, Rev., William, 11. Hale, Sarah Josepa (Buell), 31. Haley, Mary A., 25. Hanneman Tub, 14. Hapgood, Emily (Chase), 22. Hapgood, Nahum R., 22. Harvard College, 29, 46. Harvard Square, 9. Hastings, Jonas, 45. Hastings, Joseph S., 45. Hastings, Lucy, 45. Hatch.,——, 45. Haverhill Historical Society, 64, 83. Hawes, Frank M., 8, 41, 72. Hawes, Levi L., 64. Hawkins, Guy C., 47. Hawkins House, 5, 17. Haw