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stabrook, and had Prudence, b. 12 Mar. 1749, d. 2 Oct. 1751; Abigail, b. 2 Jan. 1751; Ephraim, b. 25 June 1753, m. Susanna Marion 8 Ap. 1777; Prudence, b. 16 July 1756, d. young; Hannah, b. 25 Ap. 1757 (so in the Record); Grace, b. 17 May 1759; Rebecca, b. 20 May 1760, m. Simon Childs 28 Sept. 1788; Richard, b. 30 Nov. 1762; Prudence, b. 2 May 1765; Nehemiah, b. 23 Ap. 1767. Richard the f. res. in Lex., and d. 13 Dec. 1768; his w. Prudence survived. 20. William, s. of William (9), m. Mary Johnson of Chs. 14 July 1748; she d. in childbed 18 June 1749, and he m. his cousin Abigail, dau. of Deac. Samuel Bowman, 30 Dec. 1755. His children were Mary, b. 11 June and d. 13 Sept. 1749; William, b. 31 Aug. 1756, m. and had family, became a pauper, and d. 30 June 1821; Susanna, bap. 9 July 1758, m.——Thorn, and was buried here 3 Dec. 1841; Lucy, b. 29 Aug. 1760, d. 1 Aug. 1772; Aaron, b. 8 Ap. 1763, probably the pauper styled a vagrant, 1808; Caleb, b. 26 Feb. 1765, m. Abigail Blackington
stabrook, and had Prudence, b. 12 Mar. 1749, d. 2 Oct. 1751; Abigail, b. 2 Jan. 1751; Ephraim, b. 25 June 1753, m. Susanna Marion 8 Ap. 1777; Prudence, b. 16 July 1756, d. young; Hannah, b. 25 Ap. 1757 (so in the Record); Grace, b. 17 May 1759; Rebecca, b. 20 May 1760, m. Simon Childs 28 Sept. 1788; Richard, b. 30 Nov. 1762; Prudence, b. 2 May 1765; Nehemiah, b. 23 Ap. 1767. Richard the f. res. in Lex., and d. 13 Dec. 1768; his w. Prudence survived. 20. William, s. of William (9), m. Mary Johnson of Chs. 14 July 1748; she d. in childbed 18 June 1749, and he m. his cousin Abigail, dau. of Deac. Samuel Bowman, 30 Dec. 1755. His children were Mary, b. 11 June and d. 13 Sept. 1749; William, b. 31 Aug. 1756, m. and had family, became a pauper, and d. 30 June 1821; Susanna, bap. 9 July 1758, m.——Thorn, and was buried here 3 Dec. 1841; Lucy, b. 29 Aug. 1760, d. 1 Aug. 1772; Aaron, b. 8 Ap. 1763, probably the pauper styled a vagrant, 1808; Caleb, b. 26 Feb. 1765, m. Abigail Blackington
utt, John, 80. Indicutt, Mary, bS. Ipswich, Mass., 29. Ireland, Abigail, 81. Ireland, Abraham, 79, 80, 81, 84. Ireland, George W., 79, 85. Ireland, Jonathan, 81. 85. Ireland, Thomas, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85. Irish Bend, 55. Island No.10, 50. Isle Petit Anse, 56. Jackson, 58. Jackson, Patrick T., 73, 78, 84. James River, 4, 12. Jenks, Joseph W., 30. Jerrett's Station, 7. Jerusalem Plank Road, 6, 7. John Abbot Lodge, 23, 72. Johnson, Isack, 79. Johnson, Jotham, 43. Johnson, Mary, 79. Johnson, William, 79. Jones, Charles G., 4, 16. Kelly, Thomas, 16. Kendall, Arthur I., 72. Kendall, Francis, 71, 72. Kendall, Isaac, 71. Kendall, Isaac Brooks, 21, 71. Kendall, Isaac, Jr., 71. Kendall, Lucy (Sables), 71. Kendall, Richard F., 72. Kendrick, David, 4, 16. Kennedy, John, 4, 16. Kenneson, Albert, 69, 70. Kenneson, Albert Henry, 69. Kenneson, Nancy J., 69, 70. Kenneston, Elliot, 16. Kent, Jonathan, 44. Kent, Rhoda. 44. Kent, Samuel, 42, 44. Kent, W
cond wife. A dau. Hephzibah, of Jonathan, of Lexington, was bap. here 25 Feb. 1753. The father eventually removed to Brighton. (Jonathan Winship from 2d ch. Camb. received 20 May, 1754.—Lexington Church Records. ) 8. Isaac, s. of Edward (1). of Lexington, had dau. d. 23 July, 1749, a. 3 yrs.; a dau. Phebe, of Isaac of Lexington, was bap. here 27 July, 1755. Isaac had a seat in the Meeting-house here, in 1781. 9. William, s. of William (2), adm. Pet. ch. 27 Aug. 1749. He m. Mary Johnson, of Chas. this Pct. 14 July, 1748—fee 20s. Had Mary, b. 11, bap. 18 June, 1749, d. 13 Sept. 1749, a. 3 mos. Mary, wife of William, Jr., d. 18 June, 1749. His second w. Abigail d. 22 June, 1809, a. 89. She was Abigail Bowman.—See Wyman, 103, 1041. He d. 4 Feb. 1811, a. 92. Had William, b. and bap. 31 Oct. 1756; Susanna, bap. 9 July, 1758; Lucy, b. 29. bap. 31 Aug. 1760, d. (dau. of William, Jr.) 1 Aug. 1772—and Mrs. Dowse, from Charlestown, at said William Winship's, d. 29 Sept.
oxes of clothing. From Waynesboro', Augusta county, 2 bbls, flour, 1 bbl. bread, and 3 kegs butter-milk every week. From Mrs. Stapleton Sneed, Nelson county, 1 basket eggs, 2 buckets butter, 1 box vegetables, 10 chickens, 1 jar honey, 1 sponge cake, loaf sugar and tea, 2 bags herbs. From Keswick Aid Society 4 boxes of vegetables, 3 loaves of bread and biscuit, 2 buckets butter, 4 cans butter- milk, 1 bbl. flour, fruit, 1 bucket of lard, 3 baskets of eggs. From Miss Lizzie Lewis and Miss Mary Johnson, butter, eggs, chickens, vegetables, &c., at different times. From Frank Minor, Esq., vegetables. From Mrs. Maury, Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Duke, Mrs. Fife, and Mrs. Farish, milk daily. From Mrs. Maury, jelly, preserves, cake, and wines. From Raleigh, N. C., through Mr. Ross, 2 large boxes clothing. From Rev. Henry Smith, J. D. Campbell, Esq., and Mr. Yates, Greepsboro', N. C., tin-ware, wines, clothing, &c. From the La. and S. C. stores, pillows, clothing. There have been many small
, underwent an examination, and the testimony pointing to him as the abductor of Disney's funds, he was remanded to the August and George each fined $5 for violating the health or ance--Da Keyser, free negro, without papers, was committed.--Mary Johnson, a free negress, was charged by Caleb Couner with stealing a lot of wearing apparel owned by him. He also charged her with poisoning milk sold by her to customers. The Recorder deemed the first charge sustained, and ordered 39 lashes to be bestowed on Mary Johnson. The second charge was dismissed as irrelevant — Rebecca Chandler, a young female, was arraigned for lying down drunk on the sidewalk of Main street on Thursday, occasionally vexing the drowsy ear of night with creationist of an incoherent nature. All this was proved, and Miss Chandler paying no heed to the retail system of punishment which heretofore has condemned her to almost total seclusion in the city jail, the Recorder determined to adopt the wholesale system of pu
The Daily Dispatch: August 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], The enemy's Raid upon Frederick Hall. (search)
Guerrilla paroles to be Disregarded. --Gen. Boyle, commanding in Kentucky, recently sent the following dispatch to H. R. Wirtz, medical director: Louisville, July 25. Sir: The paroles of Johnson and other guerrillas are not to be regarded. The parole of Johnson or any few rebels is of no effect. Take care of sick soldiers as such, and let them return to their regiments when able. J. T. Boyle, Brig. Gen. Commanding. Guerrilla paroles to be Disregarded. --Gen. Boyle, commanding in Kentucky, recently sent the following dispatch to H. R. Wirtz, medical director: Louisville, July 25. Sir: The paroles of Johnson and other guerrillas are not to be regarded. The parole of Johnson or any few rebels is of no effect. Take care of sick soldiers as such, and let them return to their regiments when able. J. T. Boyle, Brig. Gen. Commanding.
Hustings Court --The regular monthly term of It is Court commenced yesterdays. James White, for stealing a check; Patrick Martin and James Organ, for assault and robbery; Richard Duff, for robbery, Mary Smith, for robbery; Samuel P. Drumheiler, for assault and robbery; Mary Johnson, (one of the rioters,) for felony; Virgil Jones, (another rioter) for felony, John Farrell, for theft; James Williamson, for theft, were all sent on for final trial before Judge Lyons. The "rioters" were refused ball Henry Firebaugh, charged with obtaining a pistol under false pretences, was acquitted.
Habeas corpus. --The application was submitted to Judge Lyons, of the Hustings Court, sitting in term, yesterday corpus, by Mr. , on behalf of Jackson and Mary Johnson, two of the parties in the street of the city on the 2d inst., wherein was asked for the appearance of the two defendants at the next term of the Court to be for the trail of felony cases. It will be remembered that the parties were examined by the Court of Aldermon and on for trial before the Judge and bail was not allowed. The case was heard on argument and held under advisement.
21st, Judge Wm. H. Lyons presiding. --The Grand Jury of this Court assembled yesterday pursuant to adjournment, and proceeded to examine witnesses in a number of felony cases brought to their attention. The following parties were indicted: Virgil Jones, one of the 2d of April rioters, for stealing goods from Pollard &Walker; James White, for forging, on the 13th of April, Mary A. Paris's name to a check; Frederick Gansler, for stealing 5 dozen calf skins on the 30th of October, 1862; Mary Johnson, for felony, (rioting and theft) John Jones, for ditto; John W Butler, for stabbing with intent to kill Albert H. Hardle, on the 16th day of April; Patrick Martin and James Organ, for garroting William H. Hardgrove and robbing him of a gold watch; Elias Vanderlip and Philip Colgow, for stealing a seine belonging to John Hitchcock; David Preston and Philip Reynolds, for breaking into the store of D. Epstin &Co., on the 17th of February, and robbing the same; Fendall Thomas and Charles Por
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