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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 6: siege of Knoxville.--operations on the coasts of the Carolinas and Georgia. (search)
Hilton Head. The Planter was a high-pressure, side-wheel steamer, and drew only about five feet of water. Small and his colored companions arranged for the escape, and when, on the evening of the 11th of May, the white officers of the vessel went on shore to spend the night, the negroes proceeded to put their plans into execution. The family of Small and that of the engineer were taken on board. The remainder of the company (consisting of John Small and Alfred Gourdine, engineers; Abraham Jackson, Gabriel Turno, William Morrison, Samuel Chisholm, Abraham Allston, and David Jones) were without families. In the darkness the vessel passed down the harbor, but did not reach Fort Sumter until daylight, when a proper signal was given, and she passed on unsuspected. When out of reach of Confederate batteries, Small raised a white flag and went out to the blockading squadron, where he gave up the vessel to the captain of the Augusta. That officer sent her with her pilot and crew to Du
imon Onge. Jonathan Fuller. Jonathan Hides, senr. Thomas Parkes, senr. James Trowbridge. Noah Wiswall. Thomas Hammond. Jonathan Hides, junr. James Prentice, senr. David Meads. Vincent Drusse. John Hides. Ebenr. Wiswall. Eliah Kenrick. Sebeas Jackson. Samuel Hides, junr. Noah McDaniel. John Fuller, junr. Joshua Fuller. John Alexander. John Prentice. Nathl. Hammond. Job Hides. John Parker (east). widow Jackson. Edwd. Jackson, junr. Daniel Key. Thos. Prentice, junr. Abraham Jackson. Stephen Cooke. Richard Parks. Joseph Fuller. Isaac Beach. Peter Hanchet. Mass. Arch., CXII. 250. The historian of Newton says this petition was no doubt drawn up by Mr. Edward Jackson, senior. He adds a list of Freemen in the Village who did not sign this petition, Jackson's Hist. of Newton, 50, 52. namely:— Rev. Nehemiah Hobart. Elder Thomas Wiswall. Dea. Samuel Hyde. John Woodward. Henry Segar. Thomas Park, junr. Daniel Bacon. John Spring. Da
John Marrett,* 1678. John Winter,* 1678. Thomas Foster,* 1678. Jonas Clarke, 1679, 1690. John Mason,* 1679. Ephraim Winship,* 1679. John Oldham, 1679, 1695-1698, 1700– 1703, 1706-1708, 1711-1714. John Hastings,* 1680. Nathaniel Wilson,* 1680. John Russell,* 1680. James Prentice,* 1680. Abraham Holmnan, 1681, 1684, 1685. James Cutler, Jr.,* 1681. Sebeas Jackson,* 1681. Solomon Prentice,* 1682. Nathaniel Patten,* 1682. Samuel Buck,* 1683. Abraham Jackson,* 1683. Samuel Gookin,* 1683. John Tidd,* 1683. David Fiske, Jr.,* 1684. Joseph Russell,* 1684. John Prentice,* 1684. James Hubbard,* 1685. Thomas Cutler,* 1685. Aaron Bordman,* 1686. Thomas Andrews,* 1686. Ebenezer Wiswall,* 1686. Philip Russell, 1686, 1700, 1701. Edward Winship, 1691-1693, 1695– 1701. James Oliver, 1694, 1698, 1699. Abraham Hill, 1695, 1696. William Russell, 1697, 1700-1702, 1704, 1705, 1712-1714. Joseph Simons, 1698, 16
5 Dec. 1680. He had in all five sons and two daughters. One of his sons, Joseph, b. 4 July 1685, m. Lydia, dau. of Abraham Jackson, and had Abraham, b. 23 Mar. 1720, who was a Captain, Judge, Representative eighteen years between 1764 and 1790, m.l Wilson; Thomas, b. 10 Dec. 1677; Deliverance, b. 30 Dec. 1679, m. Eleazar Ward; James, b. 1682, m. Hannah, dau. of Abraham Jackson, and d. 1714; William, b. 1684, m. Sarah——, and d. 1744; Abigail, b. 11 Ap. 1687; Caleb, b. 7 Nov. 1692, grad. H. Cg. 1680, d. 1732; Elizabeth; Mary; Sarah, b. 2 Oct. 1688; Ephraim, b. 21 Oct. 1691, a Colonel, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Abraham Jackson, by whom he had Eleazer, b. 23 Feb. 1715, a Colonel, and the founder of Williams College, slain in battle 8 Sept. 17an in Hatfield, d. 1775; he d. when on a visit at Hatfield Aug. 1754, a. 63. 2. John, perhaps s. of Isaac (1), though Jackson says that Isaac's son John removed to Stonington, Conn., res. at Menot., and by w. Mary had Jason, b. 1 Nov. 1694, livin
f. was a farmer and maltster; he d. 1698, a. 87. 2. John, s. of John (1), m. Abigail Ballstone (or Boylston) 30 June 1682, and had Sarah, b. 5 Oct. 1683; John, b.2 Sept. 1685, and perhaps others. John the f. prob. m. (2d) Margaret Hicks 14 Oct. 1714, and d. 1720, a. 75. 3. Joseph, s. of John (1), m. Lydia, dau. of Edward Jackson, 13 Feb. 1678-9, and had John. b. 15 Dec. 1680. He had in all five sons and two daughters. One of his sons, Joseph, b. 4 July 1685, m. Lydia, dau. of Abraham Jackson, and had Abraham, b. 23 Mar. 1720, who was a Captain, Judge, Representative eighteen years between 1764 and 1790, m. Sarah Dyer, and had Sarah b. 27 Ap. 1759, m. Gen. William Hull, and Joseph, b. and d. 1765. Joseph f. d. 1740, a. 88; his w. Lydia d. 1726, a. 70. 4. Joshua, s. of. John (1), m. Elizabeth Ward 7 May 1679; she d. 17 Aug. 1691, and he m. Hannah——;19 July 1742, he married a third wife; the record, as made by Dr. Appleton, is, Joshua Fuller in 88th year, and Mary Dana in
John Mirick 9 Feb. 1681-2; Mindwell, b. 20 June 1662, m. Jonathan Fuller 2 May 1684; and in Camb., John, b. 22 May 1664, m. Sarah——; Margaret, b. 30 Ap. 1666, m. Hon. Ebenezer Stone 18 Mar. 1686; Thankful, b. 4 Mar. 1667-8, m. Deac. Richard Ward 1690; Mary, b. 11 June 1670, m.——Stedman; Hannah, b. 15 June 1672, m. John Greenwood, Esq.; Experience, b. 1 Nov. 1675, m. Samuel Wilson; Thomas, b. 10 Dec. 1677; Deliverance, b. 30 Dec. 1679, m. Eleazar Ward; James, b. 1682, m. Hannah, dau. of Abraham Jackson, and d. 1714; William, b. 1684, m. Sarah——, and d. 1744; Abigail, b. 11 Ap. 1687; Caleb, b. 7 Nov. 1692, grad. H. C. 1710, ordained at Groton 2 Mar. 1714-15, m. Sarah, dau. of Thomas Oliver, Esq., 10 Mar. 1714-15, by whom he had Oliver, b. 16 May 1716, d. 28 Sept. 1723, and afterwards In. Hannah, dau. of Rev. Nehemiah Walter of Roxbury, by whom he had four sons and four daughters, and d. 9 Sept. 1760. James the f. rem. to that part of Camb. which is now Newton about 1664, was L
m. to Stonington, and d. 1725; Hannah, b. 8 Oct. 1671; Thomas, b. 23 Dec. 1673; by second w. (Judith Cooper), Peter, b. 31 Aug. 1680, d. 1732; Elizabeth; Mary; Sarah, b. 2 Oct. 1688; Ephraim, b. 21 Oct. 1691, a Colonel, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Abraham Jackson, by whom he had Eleazer, b. 23 Feb. 1715, a Colonel, and the founder of Williams College, slain in battle 8 Sept. 1755; and Thomas, b. 1 Ap. 1718, a physician in Hatfield, d. 1775; he d. when on a visit at Hatfield Aug. 1754, a. 63. 2. John, perhaps s. of Isaac (1), though Jackson says that Isaac's son John removed to Stonington, Conn., res. at Menot., and by w. Mary had Jason, b. 1 Nov. 1694, living in 1748; John, b. 22 May 1697; Nathaniel, b. 31 Oct. 1699, pub. Anna Davies 30 July 1738, d. at Menot. s. p. 20 July 1748; Mary, b. 26 Oct. 1701; Martha, b. 29 June 1704; Damaris, b. 17 Feb. 1706-7, m. Jeremiah Russell 12 Jan. 1737-8; Thomas, b. 2 Jan. 1708-9; Sarah, b. 31 May 1712. John the f. d. 17 Jan. 1752, a. 85, accordi