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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Gardiner, lion 1599-1829 (search)
cticut River. He built the fort which he called Saybrook after Lord Saye and Sele and Lord Brooke. In 1639 he purchased Gardiner's Island, at the extremity of Long Island, then known by the Indian name of Manchonat, and at first called Isle of Wight by Gardiner. He secured a patent for the island, which made it a plantation entirely distinct and separate from any of the colonies. It contains about 3,300 acres, and has descended by law of entail through eight lords of the manor, the last being David Johnson, who died in 1829. From him the property was passed through the hands of his two brothers and two sons. This is believed to be the only property in the United States which has descended by entail to its present holders (see entail of estates). The manor house built in 1775 is still in existence. The island was resorted to by Captain Kidd, who buried treasures there which were afterwards secured by Governor Bellomont, of New York. Gardiner died in Easthampton, N. Y., in 1663.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), State of South Carolina, (search)
cting1800 James B. Richardson1802 Paul Hamilton1804 Charles Pinckney1806 John Drayton1808 Henry Middleton1810 Joseph Alston1812 David R. Williams1814 Andrew J. Pickens1816 John Geddes1818 Thomas Bennet1820 John L. Wilson1822 Richard J. Manning1824 John Taylor1826 Stephen D. Miller1828 James Hamilton1830 Robert Y. Hayne1832 George McDuflie1834 Pierce M. Butler1836 Patrick Noble1838 B. K. Henneganacting1840 J. P. Richardson1840 James H. Hammond1842 William Aiken1844 David Johnson1846 W. B. Seabrook1848 John H. Means1850 John L. Manning1852 James H. Adams1854 R. F. W. Alston1856 William H. Gist1858 Francis W. Pickens1860 M. L. Bonham1862 A. G. MagrathinauguratedDec. 19, 1864 Benj. F. Perryprovisional, appointedJune 30, 1865 James L. OrrinauguratedNov. 29, 1865 Robert K. ScottinauguratedJuly 9, 1868 F. J. Moses, Jr.1873 Daniel H. Chamberlain1875 Wade Hampton1877 William D. Simpsonassumes officeFeb. 26, 1879 T. B. Jeterassumes officeSept. 1, 1880 J
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
man, one horse, 4th Sergeant W. A. Williams, 1st Corporal D. H. McLean, 2d Corporal W. W. Shelly, Privates. J. Abernathy, W. Baety, J. D. Baety, H. Blupp, W. Brackett, W. F. Chapman, J. H. Connell, Thos. N. Needham, Jno. Peeler, R. G. Peoples, Edw'd Jentins, Aaron Jenkins, Samuel Jenkins, J. M. Roberts, Seth Dunlop, Jas. Burns, M. H. Dabbens, Augustus Farley, B. Gregg, W. G. Hoover, Richard Harrell, Jas. L. Hinkle, R. B. Hunter, D. Haverner, D. Johnson, J. B. Kerr, D. P. Hoyle, Francis Kerr, Jno. Ledford, R. A. McCorkell, J. A. McKay, S. McKenney, Jno. Moal, J. H. McIlhany, W. B. McCaslan, R. R. Newton, Samuel Stark, W. E. Shaw, J. W. Underwood, J. R. Underwood, Robert Underwood, J. P. Underwood, J. D. Williams, Frank West, Jno. Yancy, G. W. Smith, F. Traniple, D. Fallant, W. K. Nants, W. R. Nants, R. B. Hunter, Alfred Bardwin, J. Yount, Jno. Queeny, R. R. Davoust, G. L. Wade, A. J. Cochrane, Jo
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
rs, John G. Wells, Hodge Bass, Wiley Stott, Raiford Fulgham, John Renike, Charles Maddry, Simeon Moore. Co. C. Private Furney Harald. Co. D. Sergeant Benj. A. Howard, Mus'n James T. Edmunson, Private John W. Fort, Franklin Webb, William J. L. Myers, Private Harris Lamb, Leary B. Lamb, William Mumford, James T. Mitchell. Co. E. Sergeant L. R. Colley, L. W. Hackett, Private John Sills, John T. Warren. Co. F. Sergeant Daniel Lane, Mus'n David Johnson, Private James Brinkley, Lewis G. Taylor, Private John A. Poteat, Erasmus F. Page, Robert J. Flake. Co. G. Private John Saunders, Stephen Alligood, Private H. H. Young. Co. H. Private Jacob Williams, Robert Williams, Private Warren Corbitt, William B. Pike. Co. I. Private George W. Fulgham, John Austin, Private David Powers, Alexander Powell. [48] James T. Scales, Major Commanding. Fourth North Carolina Regiment. Field, Staff and Band. Serge
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
on, Headquarters A. T., May 29, ‘63. Ordered to report to Colonel 38th Alabama Regiment as Surgeon of Regiment, June 30, ‘63. Died in Hospital at Ringgold, Ga., July 28, ‘63. best, J. F., Surgeon, Sep. 30, ‘63, 40th Georgia Regiment. Senior Surgeon Johnson's Brigade, Headquarters A. T., Dalton, April 2, ‘64. Bellinger, M., Surgeon, Sept. 30, ‘63, 1st South Carolina Regiment, Oct. 31, ‘63. Beauchamps, J. A., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War, April 29, ‘63, to rank fromb. 22, ‘63, near McMinnville. Resigned March 26, ‘63. Burks, D. B., Assistant Surgeon, rejected by Board at Shelbyville, June 4, ‘63. Dec. 31, ‘62, 11th Texas Regiment Cavalry, June 17, ‘63, ordered to be dropped from the rolls. Burks, David Johnson, contract $80, made by John M. Johnson, Jan, 16, ‘63. Jan. 31, ‘63, Hospital Tullahoma, closed March 15, ‘63. Made by E. A. Flewellen, Sept. 26, ‘63, closed Oct. 15, ‘63. Buchanan, A. B., contract. April 30,
Recorder's Court. --The Recorder yesterday continued the case of Jas. R. Lawrence, arrested as a suspicious person, to the 15th, and that of David Johnson, arrested for the same offence, to the 12th.--Austin Gibbons, arrested for using incendiary language, while drunk gave bail and I was let off.--Edw'd Hill, was acquitted of uttering threats against a Mr. West, she not appearing.--Wm. R. Snow, arrested as a suspicious person, committed until 13th inst.--Jas. Summers, for assaulting Mary Moore, dismissed, complainant not appearing.--Mitchell Marshall, charged with interfering with negroes in the street, failing to furnish a voucher for his good behavior, was sent to jail and ordered to work in the Chain-Gan for thirty days.
Attention!--to men of Enterprise and dash. --A few recruits are still wanted to complete the organization of our company of Guides, Scouts and Couriers. None but young, ambitious, and enterprising spirits, and dashing riders, will be received. Some of the finest horses in the Confederacy are in this command, and each recruit will be furnished a horse, perfect outfit, and $50 bounty. Ample opportunity to win laurels in the most attractive service in the army is now afforded. Persons wishing to join this command will call at our recruiting office, opposite the Spotswood Hotel. Chas. H. Talbott, David Johnson, Wilson D. Williams, no 11--6t* Recruiting Officers.
The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], Attention!--to men of enterprise and Dash. (search)
Attention!--to men of enterprise and Dash. --A few recruits are still wanted to complete the organization of our company of Guides, Scouts and Couriers. None but young, ambitious, and enterprising spirits, and dashing riders, will be received. Some of the finest horses in the Confederacy are in this command, and each recruit will be furnished a horse, perfect outfit, and $50 bounty. Ample opportunity to win laurels in the most attractive service in the army is now afforded. Persons wishing to join this command will call at our recruiting office, opposite the Spotswood Hotel. Chas. H. Talbott, David Johnson, Wilson D. Williams. no 11-- t* Recruiting Officers.
Johnson. --A black boy, the servant of Capt. B. R. Kickland. 1st S. C. Reg't, was pushed off the cars on Saturday last, as his master was leaving for the army. Any one returning him to his matter, or to the proprietor of the Piedmont House, will be suitably rewarded. J. F. Braham, 1st Lieut. Co. C., 1st S. C. Reg't. ja 14--2t*
for the distribution of salt, insulation to the supply, and the means of transportation therefore over the Virginia and Tennessee railroad. Referred to the Committee on Salt. Bills and Petitions Introduced.--A bill to suspend the salary of Geo. W. Thompson, one of the Circuit Judges of this Commonwealth. Petition of George F. Ramsay and others, praying to be released from fines and forfeitures for violating the law to prevent the unnecessary consumption of grain by distillers. Mr. Johnson called up his joint resolutions, looking to the preparation of an estimate of the amount of food, of all on hand and in course of production within the limits of the Commonwealth; and the resolutions being put to a vote were defeated by a large majority. [The objection to the resolutions was, that the publication would be giving aid and comfort to the enemy.] The resolutions of Mr. Douglas, in relation to the position of Col. Henry Hill, left without an appointment by the abolit
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