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ter, intention 30 Apr. 1843; Maria Louisa, bap. 29 Dec. 1822, m. Cyrus H. Cutter, 24 Dec. 1846. See Cutter (par. 67, and 55). 29. Jason (s. of Hubbard, s. of Jason, s. of William the emigrant), m. Elizabeth Winship, 28 Jan. 1740. He was bap. at Medford 14 Apr. 1717, and was adm. Pct. ch. 20 Apr. 1740. He sold Rev. Samuel Cooke, first pastor of the church, an acre of ground for a house, 12 May, 1740. He was a Pct. committeeman, 1758, 1761-63, and Pet. assessor the same period. Elizabeth Johnson d. at his place 8 Feb. 1751, a. 17 yrs. Kate, his negro child, was bap. 17 Mar. 1754, a. 3 mos. He was the famous Jason Russell, an invalid and noncombatant, who was barbarously butchered in his own house here by the British troops on their retreat from Lexington and Concord on the 19th of April, 1775. He had refused to flee, exclaiming, an Englishman's house is his castle! He was shot with two bullets, and eleven bayonet stabs were found on his body. A simple slate gravestone in th
Confederate States District Court --Judge Halyburton presiding.--In this Court, yesterday, petitions were filed by Receiver Brooke for the sequestration of the property of a number of alien enemies, held as follows: By Henry Exall, for Francie Graham, alien enemy; W. Leigh Burton, for Chickering & Co.; Wm. I. Shepperson, for D. M. Talmadge; Wm. Nott, for Michael Hart; Jos. G. Brooks, for Francis Graham; Geo. W. McCandlish, for John Taylor; N. A. Sturdivant, for William Openheim; John and George Gibson, for Patterson & Bro.; John A. Lancaster and Thos. A. Ball, for Howell & King; Henry Exall, for Johnson & Browning; Clark Scull and Daniel Scull, for A. B. Cooley and J C. Osgald; also, by the Bank of Virginia, to sequester the stock of Nathaniel E. Cornwall, Justin Dimick, and other aliens; and by the Bank of the Commonwealth, in regard to stock held in the name of the American Exchange and Mechanics' Banks of New York, Mechanics' Bank of Philadelphia, and others.
Sent on. --On Tuesday two members of Rodgers's cavalry, named Johnson and McDonald, were examined before the Justices of the County Court for stealing a lot of clothes from Dr. Wright at Mrs. Atwater's boarding house, and committed for trial before the Circuit Court of Henrico county.
The Daily Dispatch: December 4, 1862., [Electronic resource], Address of a member of Parliament on recognition. (search)
and Hoppell, already in jail for the same offence, will be brought before the Mayor. It will be remembered that Scribner arrested King with one of his coats on, and that the latter then said that Brown, one of the above parties, gave it to him. He reiterated the same statement to day. Ellen, slave of Mrs. Lavinia Hall, was brought up for keeping a disorderly house on Cary street, over the old ink factory, and associating with herself in its conduct Mary Peters Lavinia Trent, and Elizabeth Johnson, free negroes and sundry white men found with them. The negro women were all whipped, the slave woman being in addition, committed for going at large. The white men were committed in default of security for their good behavior. There were two of them. Emanuel, slave of Robt. A. Mayo, was ordered a whipping for stealing five pounds of pork meat from Mr John Lindsey, in the 1st Market-House. Stephen, a juvenile darkey, owned by Mrs. Jos.Myers, caught by one of the police pla