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he f. was a farmer, and is said to have res. for a time in Wat.; the date of his death is not ascertained; his w. Hannah d. in the almshouse 26 Aug. 1805. 25. Joshua, s. of Deac. Henry (13), grad. H. C. 1738, ordained at Holliston 18 May 1743, and d. 24 Ap. 1788, after a ministry of about forty-five years. He had three wives, all of Camb.; he m. Mary, dau. of Edmund Angier, 9 Nov. 1743; she d. 4 Jan. 1754, and he m. Margaret, dau. of Rev. Dr. Appleton, 9 Jan. 1755; she d.——, and he m. Mary Haley 9 Jan. 1770, who survived him, and d. at Holliston 21 May 1804, a. 81. His children were Joshua, b. 9 Sept. 1744, merchant in Marblehead, and Town Clerk more than thirty years; Thomas, b. 27 Oct. 1747, grad. H. C. 1766, D. D. 1808, ordained at Medfield 30 Oct. 1770, and d. 28 Feb. 1814 (his son Thomas, b. 11 Jan. 1793, grad. H. C. 1811, was settled in the ministry at Charlestown 26 Mar. 1817, and d. 5 Oct. 1817); Henry, b. 7 Mar. 1749, merchant in Boston, owned the estate bordering on F
he f. was a farmer, and is said to have res. for a time in Wat.; the date of his death is not ascertained; his w. Hannah d. in the almshouse 26 Aug. 1805. 25. Joshua, s. of Deac. Henry (13), grad. H. C. 1738, ordained at Holliston 18 May 1743, and d. 24 Ap. 1788, after a ministry of about forty-five years. He had three wives, all of Camb.; he m. Mary, dau. of Edmund Angier, 9 Nov. 1743; she d. 4 Jan. 1754, and he m. Margaret, dau. of Rev. Dr. Appleton, 9 Jan. 1755; she d.——, and he m. Mary Haley 9 Jan. 1770, who survived him, and d. at Holliston 21 May 1804, a. 81. His children were Joshua, b. 9 Sept. 1744, merchant in Marblehead, and Town Clerk more than thirty years; Thomas, b. 27 Oct. 1747, grad. H. C. 1766, D. D. 1808, ordained at Medfield 30 Oct. 1770, and d. 28 Feb. 1814 (his son Thomas, b. 11 Jan. 1793, grad. H. C. 1811, was settled in the ministry at Charlestown 26 Mar. 1817, and d. 5 Oct. 1817); Henry, b. 7 Mar. 1749, merchant in Boston, owned the estate bordering on F
The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1862., [Electronic resource], Horrible death of Madame Anna Bishop. (search)
Arrests. --The following persons were arrested yesterday, by the civil police, for the offence set opposite their respective names, viz: Thos. Samani, by Lieutenant Beptist, for forging the name of S. H. Owers & Son to a check for $6,000; Samuel N. Shipley, by officers Bibb and Adams for firing a loaded pistol at Amelia Sales; and Simon, slave of James Denny, for shooting at Mary Haley and Margaret Kennedy. All of the parties will be brought before the Mayor this morning.
.--The Recorder thought it his duty to set a better example to the colored brethren who went forth without passes, and ordered him the ten by way of a remembrancer for the future. Simon, slave of James Denny, was arraigned for "shooting at Mary Haley and Margaret Kenneday." The two latter are children. The defendant, Simon, had by some means become possessed of a pistol, the virtues of which he thought he would establish by pointing it in the direction of Kenneday and Haley, which he did, Haley, which he did, and, pulling the trigger, an explosion ensued which caused his own arrest and fully satisfied him on the point aimed to be attained. The Recorder sent him on to be tried before the Hustings Court in November. A number of parties summoned up for such violations of the city ordinances as allowing water to run from the city hydrants, huckstering in the markets, and employing hacks without posting the rates in the vehicles, were fined and dismissed. A well known musician was brought befo
ed by the Judge in accordance with the above finding. J. B Ferguson was then arraigned for the murder, seven months since, of John Jewett, engineer of the Coalfield Railroad, by shooting him to death with a shot-gun while standing on his engine. Recorder's Court.--Simon, slave of Mrs Matilda F. Denny, was brought before Recorder James K. Caskie, yesterday, at the City Hall, to undergo examination on the charge of having, on the 1st of November, on Byrd street, dangerously wounded Mary Haley and Margaret Keneday, two children, aged respectively nine years, by discharging at them the contents of a loaded gun. The examination was heard before the Recorder because first brought before him in the absence of the Mayor.--The two girls were not present, the wounds received by them precluding any such idea, both being badly injured. The case was continued until Monday. Simon did not look like a vicious d key, and it is said that the evidence will establish the fact that he was only
Proceedings in the Courts. Hustings Court, Tuesday, Nov. 11th. --Recorder James K Caskin, presiding.--Simon, slave of Mrs. Martha Denny, was tried for feloniously shooting at and wounding Mary Haley and Margaret Kennedy, two children, on Byrd street, a few days since. He was acquitted, no felonious intent being proved. Gilmer A. Lumpkin was examined and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons for forging S. H. Owens & Son's name to a check for $700, and drawing the money thereon. There is another charge of a similar character, only for a larger amount, ($6,000,) now pending against him. William, slave of S. D. Denoon, and Robert, slave of Sampson Jones, were tried for stealing bacon from the latter. William was ordered 39 lashes, and Robert acquitted. Roberta, slave of S. J. Rutherfoord, was tried for stealing sundry articles of wearing apparel from another darkey, and being found guilty, was ordered 20 lashes. The Grand Jury re-assembled (G. W. Smith foreman