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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), North Carolina, State of (search)
president of councilAug., 1710 Edward Hydeappointed governorJan. 24, 1712 Thomas Pollockpresident of councilSept. 12, 1712 Charles Edenassumes office as govMay 28, 1714 Thomas Pollockpresident of councilMar. 30, 1722 William Reedpresident of councilSept. 7, 1722 George Burringtonassumes office as govJan. 15, 1724 Sir Richard Everardassumes office as govJuly 17, 1725 Royal governors. George Burringtonassumes officeFeb. 25, 1731 Nathaniel Ricepresident of councilApr. 17, 1734 Gabriel Johnstonassumes officeNov. 2, 1734 Nathaniel Ricepresident of council1752 Matthew Rowanpresident of councilFeb. 1, 1753 Arthur Dobbsassumes officeNov. 1, 1754 William Tryonassumes officeOct. 27, 1764 James Hasellpresident of councilJuly 1, 1771 Josiah Martinassumes officeAug., 1771 State governors (elected by the Assembly) Richard CaswellDec., 1776David Stone1808 Abner NashDec., 1779Benjamin Smith1810 Thomas BurkeJuly, 1781William Hawkins1811 Alexander Martin1782William Miller1814
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.59 (search)
nts: Duncan A. McRae, Romulus S. Folger. Sergeant-majors: Milton A. Lowe, J. T. Lowe, W. R. Rankin. Captains, A. Q. M.: George S. Thompson, Durant A. Parker. Q. M. Sergeants: Edward Moore, J. C. Kelly, T. C. Lowe. Captain, A. C. S.: Nicholas Gibbon. Commissary sergeant: W. A. Mauney. Surgeons: Robert Gibbon, W. W. Gaither. Assistant surgeons: F. N. Luckey, R. G. Barham, Thomas B. Lane, M. L. Mayo. Hospital stewards: John Abernathy, L. J. Barker. Ordnance sergeant: Gabriel Johnston. Chaplains: Oscar J. Brent, F. Milton Kennedy, D. S. Henkel. This regiment, numbering about 900, was organized at High Point, North Carolina, September 21, 1861, as appears from the following communication: camp Fisher, high Point, September 21, 1861. Lieutenant-Colonel James H. Lane: Dear Sir—You were unanimously elected colonel of the 28th North Carolina Volunteers this evening. This regiment is composed of the following companies, enlisted for twelve months: Company A,