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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died., List of Massachusetts officers and soldiers who died of wounds. (search)
Aug. 19, 1863. Holohan, Michael,37th Mass. Inf.,Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864.Wilderness, Va., Aug. 7, 1864. Homer, Walter W.,22d Mass. Inf.,Gaines' Mill, Va., June 27, 1862.Oct. 5, 1862. Honnuse, Frederick,1st Mass. Cav.,– –March 11, 1865. Hood, Franois A. Name and rank.Command.When and Where Wounded.Date and Place of Death. Hood, Franois A.,40th Mass. Inf.,– –Baltimore, Md., June 27, 1864. Hopkins, Sterling A.,57th Mass. Inf.,May 6, 1864,Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864. Horan, Michael,9th Mass. Inf.,June 27, 1862,Savage's Station, Va., June 29, 1862. Horgan, John,4th Mass. Cav.,– –Gainesville, Va., Aug. 18, 1864. Horrigan, Dennis,28th Mass. Inf.,– –Washington, D. C., Sept. 3, 1864. Horton, Charles A.,25th Mass. Inf.,– –Point of Rocks, Va., May 10, 1864. Hosmer, Horatio H., Sergt.,18th Mass. Inf.,– –April 14, 1863. Hosmer, Leonard T.,21st Mass. Inf.,Cold Harbor, Va., June 2, 1864.Washington, D. C., June 22, 1864. Hossington, Nelson R., Corp.,34th
Hood, Franois A. Name and rank.Command.When and Where Wounded.Date and Place of Death. Hood, Franois A.,40th Mass. Inf.,– –Baltimore, Md., June 27, 1864. Hopkins, Sterling A.,57th Mass. Inf.,May 6, 1864,Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864. Horan, Michael,9th Mass. Inf.,June 27, 1862,Savage's Station, Va., June 29, 1862. Horgan, John,4th Mass. Cav.,– –Gainesville, Va., Aug. 18, 1864. Horrigan, Dennis,28th Mass. Inf.,– –Washington, D. C., Sept. 3, 1864. Horton, Charles A.,25th Mass. Inf.,– –Point of Rocks, Va., May 10, 1864. Hosmer, Horatio H., Sergt.,18th Mass. Inf.,– –April 14, 1863. Hosmer, Leonard T.,21st Mass. Inf.,Cold Harbor, Va., June 2, 1864.Washington, D. C., June 22, 1864. Hossington, Nelson R., Corp.,34th Mass. Inf.,Winchester, Va., Sept. 19, 1864.Winchester, Va., Sept. 23, 1864. Houghton, Josiah,36th Mass. Inf.,Wilderness, Va., May 6, 1864.May 8, 1864. Houregan, John,28th Mass. Inf.,– –Washington, D. C., Nov. 11, 1863. Howard, Eustace, Sergt.,
Honewell, T., 525 Honnuse, Frederick, 461 Hood, F. A., 462 Hood, J. B., 107 Hood, T. J., 376 Hooker, Joseph, XIV, 51, 53, 54, 56, 69, 75, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 98, 105, 138, 150, 196, 216, 220, 224, 250, 258. Hooker, O. C., 376 Hooker, William, 525 Hooper, H. N., 88, 298 Hooper, I. H., 100, 115, 151 Hooper, N. F., 376 Hooper, Samuel, 17 Hopkins, Archibald, 266 Hopkins, E. P., 121, 376 Hopkins, J. L. D., 525 Hopkins, S. A., 462 Hopkins, W. S. B., 254 Hopkinson, J. C., 47 Horan, Michael, 462 Horgan, John, 462 Horigan, Patrick, 376 Horn, C. B., 376 Horn, C. C., 376 Horn, Thomas, 376 Horr, Calvin, 376 Horrigan, Arthur, 376 Horrigan, Dennis, 16th Mass. Inf., 376 Horrigan, Dennis, 28th Mass. Inf., 462 Horton, C. A., 462 Horton, C. P., 69 Horton, E. S., 152 Horton, J. E., 525 Horton, W. L., 47 Hosmer, C. A., 492 Hosmer, H. H., 462 Hosmer, J. K., 143 Hosmer, L. T., 462 Hossington, N. R., 462 Hough, P. W., 525 Houghterling, William, 376 Houghton, A. C., 2
Inquest. --An Irishman, named Michael Horan, died one day last week at the house on Broad street, near the corner of 9th, of wounds received in a drunken spree at a place known as Hattori's, kept by Carter & Roache, in Henrico county, a half mile beyond the new alms-house. The jury of inquest summoned by Coroner Sanxay, owing to the character of the crowd who assembled on the occasion of the shooting of Horan, were unable, with all their astuteness, to tell who did the deed, they therefo by Carter & Roache, in Henrico county, a half mile beyond the new alms-house. The jury of inquest summoned by Coroner Sanxay, owing to the character of the crowd who assembled on the occasion of the shooting of Horan, were unable, with all their astuteness, to tell who did the deed, they therefore returned a verdict that the deceased came to his death by a shot from a gun in the hands of some person unknown. After Noran was shot the Provost detectives broke up Carter & Roache's rendezvous.
The late shooting Case. --Michael Horan, of the county of Mayo, Ireland, who came to his death from pistol-shot wounds received on the 7th inst., In Henrico, was not shot, as stated, at Hatterff's, but at a place a mile West of the last named.
s disposed to be light on them. O. P. Powell, charged with huckstering in the 2d market, had 14 lbs. of butter that he had bought to sell again confiscated; and E. S. Kersey who was caught by Mr. Tyler, the Clerk of that Market, selling lumps of butter purporting to be pounds, for $1.50, which did not weigh but twelve ounces. The Mayor ordered a dozen lumps, weighing only twelve ounces each, to be confiscated to the use of the city. William Flements, arrested for the murder of Michael Horan, at Roache & Carter's, in Henrico county, was committed for examination until Saturday morning. The grounds of suspicion against the party did not transpire. Elizabeth, slave of M. L. Stratton, and Lavinia Trent, free, were punished for trespassing on the Henningsen Hospital. Peter, an ancient darkey, owned by Hazall & Co., was ordered 20 lashes for stealing a piece of meat from G. Gotleib, at the 2d Market-House. George Brown, arrested for being drunk and running races up
rth $96, from the residence of Recorder James K. Caskie. John Minnahan was fined ten dollars for straining his horse through Main street, near 6th, on Monday. Disbursing the amount, he was discharged. Thomas Pryor, charged with getting drunk and acting disorderly on Clay street, and breaking down Susan Blake's gate, was committed in default of security for his good behavior. William Flemments, of Baltimore, member of the Purcell Battery, arrested on suspicion of murdering Michael Horan, in Henrico county, two weeks since, was arraigned, and witnesses called to testify in the case, who said that Flemments was present, but they could not swear he fired the fatal shot. One of them, Morgan Roach, said he had heard that Flemments had shot at him, but he did not know the fact. Defendant was committed until Friday for further examination. The case of the parties arrested at the house of Ann Thomas, on Saturday night, was called up--Mr. Seal, policeman, being sworn, tes
Arrested on charge of murder. --A man named James Gregor was brought to Richmond from Lynchburg on Saturday, having been arrested there as the party who killed Michael Horan alias Brockets Mick, in an affray at the house of Carter & Roache, in Henrico county, a few weeks since. He was lodged in the cage for examination before the Mayor. The city police on Saturday caged Daniel Summers for stealing a gold watch and chain, valued at $150, and $100 in C. S. notes from an unknown person. Also, Billy, a slave, for stealing lard molasses and salt from John O'Neal.
Peter Kegan, arrested for trespassing on Thomas Brannon while intoxicated, on Sunday, was committed for examination on Tuesday. William P. Ford and Jos. Burley were arraigned and required to answer the charge of selling at public auction, without authority, a horse belonging to Timothy McNamara. The proof did not sustain the allegation made against the parties, and they were discharged. The witnesses in the case of Jos. Kregar, charged with being the person who shot and killed Michael Horan, otherwise Rocketts Mike, at a place near Richmond kept by Carter & Roache, not being present when the case was called, the prisoner was sent to jail until they could be summoned by the police. John Whittaker, a free negro, was brought up for forging Mrs. Louisa G. Allan's name to a check for $500, payable at the Bank of Virginia. Without any testimony being heard, the case was continued till Tuesday. Billy, slave of Charles L. Stewart was brought up charged with stealing at v
him of beating her without cause. The case of Madison Griffin, charged with a forgery, whereby he obtained $15 from Richard Reins, was heard and again continued, the principal witness being still absent. George R. Courtney, a soldier, arrested by the watch for drunkenness, was charged with stealing a coat from Jack White, a runaway negro, confined in the same cell of the cage with him. The Mayor sent him to the Provost Marshal. Joseph Cregar was arraigned for the murder of Michael Horan. The affair, which has often been alluded to in the papers, occurred a few weeks age at a place in Henrico a short distance from the corporation line. The witnesses, who had testified on former occasions, when other parties were brought up for the murder, did not answer to their names when called, and it was stated in Court that the most material of them had made their way to Baltimore, and were beyond the reach of the process of the Court. The Mayor said he had heard enough of Cregar
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