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, Nov. 20, 1777, and had--  147-236Dudley, b. Oct. 14, 1780.  237Lucy, b. Mar. 27, 1783.  238Hepzibah, b. Feb. 17, 1785. 80-149FITCH Hall m., May 14, 1783, Judith Brasher, and had--  149-239Fitch, b. Jan. 25, 1785.  240Benjamin, b. Feb. 27, 1786.  241William, b. Mar. 21, 1790. 80-150ANDREW Hall m., Apr. 19, 1789, Eunice Fitch, and had--  150-242Charles J., b. Nov. 1, 1790.  243George B., b. Oct. 5, 1791.  243 1/2Eunice. 87-160Ebenezer Hall m., March 8, 1796, Eunice, dau. of Capt. Isaac Jones, of Boston, and had--  160-244Martha, b. Apr. 20, 1798.  245Richard, b. Aug. 22, 1800; m. Mrs. Mary A. Hayward.  246Mary Jane, b. Feb. 7, 1802.  247William J., b. May 20, 1805.  248Ann Louisa, b. Apr. 17, 1807; d. Dec. 14, 1834.  249Susan Mitchell, b. Nov. 7, 1808.  250Lucy J., b. Oct. 15, 1812.  251Ebenezer, b. Jan. 11, 1815. 89-169Nathaniel Hall m., Nov. 26, 1793, Joanna Cotton Brooks, and had--  169-252Caroline, b. Sept. 25, 1794.  252 1/2Mary Brooks.  253Na
& Co. own the oldest existing pottery in the United States, located in North Cambridge. The business was founded at Weston, in 1765, by the grandfather of the present senior member of the firm of A. H. Hews & Co. On the fly-leaf of the journal of the founder of the business is written Abraham Hews's book, Weston. The first entry was made on the day of the battle of Lexington:— April 19, 1775. Lemuel Jones, to ware, Dr.028 Isaac Flagg, to ware, Dr.027 April 29, 1775. Isaac Jones, to ware, Dr.020 Nathan Darkhurs, to ware, Dr.020 June 19, 1793. David Brackett, to my horse to Framingham, 12 miles, Dr.030 Thos. Rand to S thousd shingle nales, Dr.0174 October 28, 1794. the Widow Ward, to Earthern ware, Dr. May, 1797. Esq. A. Ward, to 1 1/2 Days work Charles and oxen Braking up, Dr.0120 Mch 4, 1800. Dr. Amos Brancroft, to ware, Dr.016 the Widow Lucy Sanderson, to Hogg, Dr2178 For more than one hundred years the business remained in
Lemuel Brown of Chs. 7 Dec. 1797, was dau. of Stephen. Stephen the f. removed to Fryeburg, Me., in 1780, where he was drowned 1 Sept. 1781. Mary Palmer, perhaps wid. of Stephen, m. Ebenezer Day of Fryeburg, Me., 13 Feb. 1783. 5. John, s. of Stephen (3), m. Susanna Stratton 28 Nov. 1781, and had Susan, b. 21 Aug. 1782, d. 7 Mar. 1783; John, b. 4 Oct. 1783, grad. H. C. 1802, d. unm., of consumption, 17 Oct. 1802; Joseph, b. 27 Sept. 1784, d. 27 Mar. 1785; Susanna, b. 26 Feb. 1786, m. Isaac Jones 2 Ap. 1809, and d. before 1822, leaving an only child Lucy Ann, who m. William L. Whitney 18 Oct. 1836, d. in childbed, and was buried 12 Aug. 1838, together with her child; Stephen, b. 14 Mar. 1787, d. of consumption 9 Ap. 1805; Joseph, b. 22 July 1788, d. of consumption 6 Ap. 1807; Lucy, b. 16 Oct. 1789, d. unm., of consumption, 14 Ap. 1818; Abner, b. 21 Ap. 1793, d. of fever 31 Mar. 1805. John the f. was a baker and trader; he was also Major. He resided on the northwesterly side of B
Lemuel Brown of Chs. 7 Dec. 1797, was dau. of Stephen. Stephen the f. removed to Fryeburg, Me., in 1780, where he was drowned 1 Sept. 1781. Mary Palmer, perhaps wid. of Stephen, m. Ebenezer Day of Fryeburg, Me., 13 Feb. 1783. 5. John, s. of Stephen (3), m. Susanna Stratton 28 Nov. 1781, and had Susan, b. 21 Aug. 1782, d. 7 Mar. 1783; John, b. 4 Oct. 1783, grad. H. C. 1802, d. unm., of consumption, 17 Oct. 1802; Joseph, b. 27 Sept. 1784, d. 27 Mar. 1785; Susanna, b. 26 Feb. 1786, m. Isaac Jones 2 Ap. 1809, and d. before 1822, leaving an only child Lucy Ann, who m. William L. Whitney 18 Oct. 1836, d. in childbed, and was buried 12 Aug. 1838, together with her child; Stephen, b. 14 Mar. 1787, d. of consumption 9 Ap. 1805; Joseph, b. 22 July 1788, d. of consumption 6 Ap. 1807; Lucy, b. 16 Oct. 1789, d. unm., of consumption, 14 Ap. 1818; Abner, b. 21 Ap. 1793, d. of fever 31 Mar. 1805. John the f. was a baker and trader; he was also Major. He resided on the northwesterly side of B
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
G. Bryant, Jos. R. Bryant, Jos. T. Brantley, N. T. Felts, Jno. F. Faircloth, Private Jos. H. Francis, Jno. H. Porter, B. L. Stevens, J. H. Vick, Elias Vick, Robt. T. Vick, Jno. Whitley, Wm. T. Williams. Co. I. Sergeant Phil. Brinkley, Private J. T. Hambleton, Geo. T. Johnston, C. M. Joyner, Private Jas. E. Lassiter, Henry Lassiter, W. H. Mathias, W. W. Skinner. Co. K. 1st Sergeant W. B. Jones, Sergeant R. C. Hall, Jason Holland, Private R. G. Holland, Isaac Jones, C. Jennings, Corporal J. H. Butler, Private M. E. Baker, D. L. Darden, Eli Daughtrey, Private J. N. Luton, L. Rawles, Jno. Slaughter. [92] Sixty-first Virginia Regiment. Field and Staff. Hosp'l Stew'd Henry S. Etheridge, Q. M. Sergeant B. F. Tatem, one Ord. Sergeant B. J. Accinally, horse and equipments. Co. A. 1st Sergeant W. R. Dudley, Sergeant W. A. West, T. H. Sykes, Corporal J. N. Wood, W. H. Harrison, L. M. West, Private C. C. Cooper, A. O
tain was, that if he (Mr. W) should prove himself a good Union man, he might be paid for the damage he had sustained. And when an officer under Col. P. was ascertained to have gone out with his men on a plundering expedition, and summoned into the presence of the Colonel, this officer not only did not deny the charge, but coolly remarked that "war always made plunder free." The Col., who is much of a gentleman, looked ashamed, but did not, perhaps dared not, even rebuke his subordinate. Isaac Jones and his neighbor, Mr. Watts, have remained at home; yet the vandals stole, often in broad day light and in the presence of their families, horses, mules, carts, pigs, lambs, and poultry. Mr. Read remained at home with a sick wife and a child not over two weeks old, and yet about forty Zouaves came one night and demanded, and took lodging in his house, though, so far as I am informed, they offered no personal violence to the family. Mr. Algernon Whiting, though a private citizen, was at
e have had of it. The Convention, as you are aware, has now been in session just one month, and have agreed to adjourn on next Wednesday. A larger amount of business, considering its momentous character, has never before been transacted in the same space of time by any deliberative body.--A Convention composed of such men as Ruffin and Badger, Graham and Biggs, Brown and Satterthwaite, Reid and Gilmer, and Ashe and Gerrell, Osborn and Dick, Craig and Kittrell, Melane and Howard, Houston and Jones, Mares and Venable, and the President of the body, with scores of others but little less intellectual, could not be expected to permit any question of magnitude to be disposed of until it had been thoroughly discussed; and this has been done with an ability that I have never known excelled. This will account, and more than compensate, for any apparent delay in the dispatch of business. Hasty legislation, even in ordinary times, is not unfrequently most expensive and injurious. That the me
lothian Mines on the 13th of May with the Yankee raiders. A liberal reward will be paid for their apprehension and delivery at the mines or confinement in jail. John C. Stanard, Secretary. No.Slaves' Names.Owners' Names. 1.Ben. Turpin,Mrs. Turpin. 2.Cato Carter,P. M. Tabb & Son, Agents. 3.Jim Christian,P. M. Tabb & Son, Agents. 4.Sam Peed,P. M. Tabb & Son, Agents. 5.David Wilson,P. M. Tabb & Son, Agents. 6.Charles Cullen,Doctor Cullen. 7.Bingey Jones,John W. Jones. 8.Isaac Jones,John W. Jones. 9.Edmond Harrison,Mr. White. 10.William Blunt,Mr. White. 11.Walter Blunt,Mr. White. 12.Jim Harrison,Mr. White. 13.Geo. Shelton,Mr. Smith. 14.Green Lacy,Mrs. Lacy. 15.Geo. Johnson,Peyton Johnson. 16.Israel Crouch,Free man. 17.Isaac Green,Mr. Phillips, Agent. 18.Junius Harris,James M. Harris. 19.John Pulliam,Mrs. S. J. Pulliam. 20.Jacob Powell,Mrs. Powell. 21.Jim Howard,Free man. 22.John Trabue,Macon Trabue's estate. 23.Ryland Trabue,Macon Trabue's estate. 24.