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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 30 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 4 0 Browse Search
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ase of pay to the soldiers in the service of the Government. Also resolves expressing the injustice of Congress in not allowing credits for men in the naval service; also of the injustice to the non-commissioned officers and privates in the colored regiments, in not allowing them the same pay as whites. The following gentlemen were commissioned on the Governor's staff during the year 1863:— Eugene Sturtevant, assistant adjutant-general, Jan. 3, with rank of first lieutenant. Anson P. Hooker, assistant surgeon-general, May 26, with rank of major. Theodore Lyman, assistant adjutant-general, Aug. 15, with rank of lieutenant-colonel. Nehemiah Brown, assistant adjutant-general, Aug. 18, with rank of major. John C. Hoadly, assistant quartermaster-general, Sept. 29, with rank of captain. William Raymond Lee, chief-engineer, Oct. 24, with rank of brigadier-general. James Sturgis, assistant adjutant-general, Nov. 24, with the rank of major. Colonel Theodore Lyman
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 10: Middlesex County. (search)
n offered his professional services, free of charge, to the families of volunteers. Several orders were passed to provide rations, barracks, and room for enlistments, and drill for the company being recruited by Captain S. W. Richardson; also, to provide for the families of the men who were not yet mustered into the service; also, to decorate with a flag the chair of Lieutenant Porter, a member of the common council, who had volunteered for active service. May 8th, Drs. Anson Hooker, Anson P. Hooker, Moses Clark, J. B. Taylor, and Ephraim Manster tendered their professional services to the families of volunteers. May 15th, The ladies of the First Universalist Church made an offer of $304.25, contributed by said society for aid to volunteers. June 8th, Two hundred dollars were voted to Captain John T. Burgess, for expenses incurred by him in raising a company of volunteers, which was afterwards increased to three hundred dollars. This company afterwards went to New York and joined
lliam J. O'Brien. William Plumer. Josiah Porter. Thomas R. Robeson. J. Emery Round. Taylor P. Rundlett. John S. Sawyer. George A. Schmitt. J. Lewis Stackpole. George H. Taylor. Levi P. Thompson. George O. Tyler. Charles C. Wehrun. Henry C. Wells. Thomas R. Wells. Edward E. White. William H. Whitney. John B. Whorf. John Wilder. John C. Willey. Andrew Wilson. John T. Wilson. J. Henry Wyman. Brevet Captain. Benjamin Vaughn. Surgeons. Alfred F. Holt. Anson P. Hooker. Alfred A. Stocker. A. Carter Webber. Assistant Surgeon. Henry O. Marcy. First Lieutenants. John S. Allanson. William B. Allyn. John Bigelow. George W. Booth. William 8. Buck. Isaac H. Bullard. John H. Butler. A. L. Chamberlain. Daniel H. Chamberlain. Frederick Chandler. William H. Clark. Theodore Collamore. Marcus M. Collis. John H. Conant. George H. Copeland. Calvin A. Damon. Henry C. Dana. Charles M. Duren. Gerald Fitzgerald. Charles F. Foster.
te, 1863. P. Francis Wells, 1863. J. Warren Merrill, 1864. Lorenzo Marrett, 1864, 1865. George S. Saunders, 1865, 1866. George P. Carter, 1865, 1866. Isaac S. Morse, 1866. Richard H. Dana, Jr., 1867, 1868. John S. March, 1867. Anson P. Hooker, 1867, 1868. Curtis Davis, 1868, 1870, 1874. John McDuffie, 1868, 1871, 1872. Asa P. Morse, 1869, 1873. James R. Morse, 1869, 1870. Charles A. Fiske, 1869. Martin L. Smith, 1869. Charles J. McIntire, 1869, 1870. Joseph Newmarch, , Elected May 24, 1858, in place of John H. Fellows, resigned. 1871. Jared Shepard, 1858, 1859, 1861, 1862. Albert Stevens, 1858-1860. Sargeant C. Whitcher, 1858. Ebenezer Fogg, 1859, 1861-1863. Hamlin R. Harding, 1859-1861. Anson P. Hooker, 1859-1861. Samuel James, 1859. Henry Lamson, 1859, 1860. John Livermore, 1859, 1860. Edward Milliken, 1859. Augustus Russ, 1859. Charles T. Russell, 1859, 1860. Israel Tibbetts, 1859, 1860, 1867. Joseph V. Wellington, 18
1709; Elizabeth, b. 8 July 1712. Jeremy, was here in 1632, and removed with Hooker to Hartford. He served as Deputy in the General Court of Connecticut. Hinman. e was a Deputy in the General Court, 3 Mar. 1635-6, removed to Connecticut with Hooker, and settled at Windsor, where he d. 1670, having had children, John, Thomas, ahe summer of 1637, then aged 50. Mather says Dr. Ames had a design to follow Mr. Hooker; but he died soon after Mr. Hooker's removal from Rotterdam. However, his wiMr. Hooker's removal from Rotterdam. However, his widow and children afterwards came to New England, where, having her house burnt, and being reduced unto much poverty and affliction, the charitable heart of Mr. HookerMr. Hooker and others that joined with him, upon advice thereof, comfortably provided for them. Mrs. Ames resided for a time in Salem, before she came to Camb. The General Coth side of Winthrop Street, between Brighton and Eliot streets. He removed with Hooker's company, and was of Hartford, 1639, in the division of lands. He died in 166
1709; Elizabeth, b. 8 July 1712. Jeremy, was here in 1632, and removed with Hooker to Hartford. He served as Deputy in the General Court of Connecticut. Hinman. e was a Deputy in the General Court, 3 Mar. 1635-6, removed to Connecticut with Hooker, and settled at Windsor, where he d. 1670, having had children, John, Thomas, ahe summer of 1637, then aged 50. Mather says Dr. Ames had a design to follow Mr. Hooker; but he died soon after Mr. Hooker's removal from Rotterdam. However, his wiMr. Hooker's removal from Rotterdam. However, his widow and children afterwards came to New England, where, having her house burnt, and being reduced unto much poverty and affliction, the charitable heart of Mr. HookerMr. Hooker and others that joined with him, upon advice thereof, comfortably provided for them. Mrs. Ames resided for a time in Salem, before she came to Camb. The General Coth side of Winthrop Street, between Brighton and Eliot streets. He removed with Hooker's company, and was of Hartford, 1639, in the division of lands. He died in 166
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, V. List of Medical officers in Massachusetts Regiments. (search)
ice of the U. S., Apr. 23, 1861. Mustered out, July 22, 1861. Died at Canton, Mass., Nov. 11, 1894. Holt, Alfred Fairbanks. Private and Hospital Steward, 3d Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S., Apr. 17, 1861; mustered, Apr. 23, 1861. Mustered out, July 22, 1861. First Lieutenant, Assistant Surgeon, 30th Mass. Infantry, Dec. 6, 1861; commissioned, Feb. 20, 1862. Major, Surgeon, 1st Texas Cavalry, Dec. 1, 1862. See Massachusetts Officers in Regiments of Other States. Hooker, Anson P. Major, Surgeon, 26th Mass. Infantry, Sept. 10, 1861. Resigned, June 18, 1862. Howes, Woodbridge R. First Lieutenant, Assistant Surgeon, 3d Infantry, M. V. M., in service of the U. S., Nov. 13, 1862. Mustered out, June 26, 1863. Hoyt, Alpheus E. First Lieutenant, Assistant Surgeon, 25th Mass. Infantry, Sept. 25, 1863. Major, Surgeon, Oct. 21, 1864; not mustered. Mustered out as First Lieutenant, Assistant Surgeon, June 19, 1865. Hubon, Peter Emmet. First Lieutena
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
., 296 Holmes, P. J., 74 Holmes, W. F., 296 Holt, A. F., 383, 469 Holt, C. V., 296 Holt, C. W., 422 Holt, Harrison, 296, 422, 469 Holt, Horace, 217 Holt, Newton, 297 Holt, S. L., 74 Homan, Conrad, 297, 498 Homans, C. A., 74 Homans, G. H., 297 Homans, J. W., 76 Homans, John, Jr., 422 Homans, John, Jr., 76 Homans, W. H., 297 Homer, A. B., 76 Homer, C. W., 394 Homer, H. A., 297 Homer, J. B., Mrs., 582 Homiston, J. M., 469, 533 Honnard, Joseph, 76 Hood, E. G., 297 Hooker, A. P., 383 Hooker, Arthur, 605 Hooker, Joseph, 184, 422, 533, 659 Hooker, L. F., 297 Hooper, C. H., 217 Hooper, E. W., 422, 533 Hooper, H. N., 217 Hooper, I. H., 217 Hooper, W. D., 297 Hooper, W. S., 422 Hopkins, A. L., 217 Hopkins, Archibald, 217, 297, 533 Hopkins, D. W., 470 Hopkins, E. A., 76 Hopkins, E. F., 297 Hopkins, E. P., 297 Hopkins, Franklin, 76 Hopkins, George, 76 Hopkins, Henry, 422, 470 Hopkins, J. B., 76 Hopkins, J. W., 297 Hopkins, O. L., 297 Hopkins, R. H