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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 10: Middlesex County. (search)
e exception of one box to St. Louis) were forwarded to the Boston Branch in boxes, barrels, and bundles, as was most convenient for the express. Carlisle Incorporated April 28, 1780. Population in 1860, 621; in 1865, 629. Valuation in 1860, $328,461; in 1865, $354,122. The selectmen in 1861 were George F. Duren, Joel Boynton, Selar Simons; in 1862, George F. Duren, Joel Boynton, Isaac Blaisdell; in 1863, John Q. A. Greene, L. Wilkins, James M. Currier; in 1864, George F. Duren, John Jacobs, Seba D. Bartlett; in 1865, George Duren, Seba D. Bartlett, Joel Boynton. The town-clerk during all these years was George F. Duren. The town-treasurer in 1861 and 1862 was Thomas Greene; in 1863, 1864, and 1865, William Greene. 1861. The first action taken by the town, in its corporate capacity, in matters relating to the war, was on the 11th of May, when it voted to pay each volunteer nine dollars a month in addition to his Government pay, the number not to exceed ten, and the pa
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
s, div. teamster, W. J. P. Clemmons, Private T. J. P. Clemmons, Hiram Sexton, A. P. Worley, B. T. Worley, W. H. C. Hopkins. [49] Thirty-second North Carolina Regiment. Field and Staff. Sergeant-Major W. H. Hardison, Chief Musician John Jacobs. Q. M. Sergeant William Robertson, Co. A. Private W. L. Biggs, W. E. Alexander, Private F. Meekins. Co. B. Mus'n Chas. Consoloo, Private H. S. Sigman, H. I. Bolick, Private H. B. Tramel, Wm. Sivels. Co. C. Sergeangh, R. B. Davis, E. H. Hackett. Co. B. 1st Sergeant G. H. Welsh, Private R. F. Brewer, Private D. S. Curl, W. B. Williams. Co. C. 2d Corporal L. R. Taylor, 4th Corporal C. Lewis, Private P. G. Ryen, Private S. M. Connell, John Jacobs. Co. D. 3d Sergeant W. H. Wagoner, 4th Sergeant Jas. Mullins, 1st Corporal F. M. Keller, Private J. W. Black, Private C. L. McKnight, R. M. Connell, J. P. Robertson, J. P. Sutton. Co. E. 1st Sergeant J. T. Nowlin, 2d Cor
id men display more cool bravery. The charges were all led by the company officers, and in one splendid charge they captured a battery of nine pieces. The regiment also captured one hundred prisoners. List of killed and wounded. Company A--Killed: Private C W Stizemore Wounded: Capt. W C Murphy, mortally; Corporal J MacMullin, Joe Amento, A Guerrello, Thos. Holliman, J New, slightly. Company B--Killed; at Finn, P McGlowen, N Cass, W Tracy. Wounded: N Gaven, G Flarity. Missing: John Jacobs, Jas Dorin. Company C--Killed: J T Ravyer. wounded: M C Castleberry, James Donahoe, W J Thorn, mortally; J N Nesmith, Thos Simmons, slightly. Missing: T J Huss, G W Berry. Co D — Killed: E B Somerhill. Wounded. J A Bynum. Company E--Killed: E Bondill. Wounded: R H Chear, mortally; W B Cain, J M Gamble, J W Sugars, W A Grubbs, T M Thompson, J Q Adams, slightly. Missing: R L Carter and H Holmes. Company G--Killed: J Long. Wounded: S Skipper, G N Levis, J B Levis, J J Wrigh
eral D. Mitchell, and private D. Thomas. Morrall Wounded: Privates Wm. McGlivery, M Winters, and B McTurnan. Slightly Wounded: Lieut A H Hays, Privates J Lynelf, W Brown, A J Lefevre, and J Morrissey. Missing: Private F Kent. Company B, Capt. E B Moore com'ding.--killed: Sergeant Larkin, privates Jas Gorrin, Mike Percoll, Chas Riley, H Hulsey, Miles Cowan, and L yan Smith. Wounded: Corporal J Quinn, Privates P Connell, E Poteet, P Dromey, P Bodkin, J Coswell, B Green, John Green, John Jacobs, Thomas Ready. Thos McDonald. Missing: Private W Hogan. Company C.--Killed: Privates J A J Sloan, Wm. Montgomery, N C Graham M M Rodgers. Wounded: Sergeant H V Whitehead, privates J. Brunan, G R Bailey, Color Corporal R H Coleman, privates C F Davis, N M Garnett, B C Harrison, J F Windham, A J Watkins. Missing: Privates T J Ralle, M D Allen, T H Hawkins. Company D.--Killed: Corpl E J Pool, Privates A C Thrasher, M Perkins, D H Jones. Wounded: Capt Jas. M Crow, slight; Lt J