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5. Joseph. s. of Simon (2), settled in Braintree, where he was prob. carried in his childhood by his mother; was Representative in 1690; appointed to assist in laying out the Braintree 6,000 acres in 1673; m. Sarah Brackett 1675, had sons Thomas, Simon, Ebenezer, and perhaps others, and d. 26 Nov. 1695. Cutler, James, was early in Watertown, and about 1649 removed to Cambridge Farms, where his posterity remain to this day. His w. Anne was buried 30 Sept. 1644, and he m. Mary, wid. of Thomas King, 9 Mar. 1645; she d. 7 Dec. 1654, and he m. Phebe, dau. of John Page of Watertown. His chil. were James, b. 6 Nov. 1635; Hannah, b. 26 July 1638, m. John Winter, Jr.; Elizabeth, b. 28 Jan. 1640; Mary, b. 29 Mar. 1644; Elizabeth, b. 20 July 1646, m. John Parmenter 2d of Sudbury; Thomas, b. about 1648; Sarah, b. about 1653, m. Thomas Waite, and d. 17 Jan. 1744; Joanna, b.——, m. Philip Russell 19 April 1680, and . 26 Nov. 1703; .Jemima, b.,——; John, b. 19 May 1663, d. 21 Sept. 1711; Samu
5. Joseph. s. of Simon (2), settled in Braintree, where he was prob. carried in his childhood by his mother; was Representative in 1690; appointed to assist in laying out the Braintree 6,000 acres in 1673; m. Sarah Brackett 1675, had sons Thomas, Simon, Ebenezer, and perhaps others, and d. 26 Nov. 1695. Cutler, James, was early in Watertown, and about 1649 removed to Cambridge Farms, where his posterity remain to this day. His w. Anne was buried 30 Sept. 1644, and he m. Mary, wid. of Thomas King, 9 Mar. 1645; she d. 7 Dec. 1654, and he m. Phebe, dau. of John Page of Watertown. His chil. were James, b. 6 Nov. 1635; Hannah, b. 26 July 1638, m. John Winter, Jr.; Elizabeth, b. 28 Jan. 1640; Mary, b. 29 Mar. 1644; Elizabeth, b. 20 July 1646, m. John Parmenter 2d of Sudbury; Thomas, b. about 1648; Sarah, b. about 1653, m. Thomas Waite, and d. 17 Jan. 1744; Joanna, b.——, m. Philip Russell 19 April 1680, and . 26 Nov. 1703; .Jemima, b.,——; John, b. 19 May 1663, d. 21 Sept. 1711; Samu
, G. L. R. Laverty, Thomas Longley, Philip Ottenheimer, G. W. Bryant, R. Fulton, W. T. Brown and J. P. Rush; total, 20. Capt. Oliver Basham's company, Johnson cavalry: Killed, 3—Joel Smith, Thomas Spears and J. A. Love. Wounded, 13—Second Lieut. Thomas King, Third Lieut. James Sadler, Levi Robinson, W. H. Flemings, John Watts, R. B. Williams, J. A. Morgan, John Dunham, Jordan E. Cravens, Jasper Newton, J. N. Boyd, W. R. Swindle and H. N. Rose; total, 16. Capt. L. P. McAlexander's companrd and C. Reed; total, 24. Company E, Captain Griffith: Killed, 2—Henry Vaught and R. J. McClyter. Wounded, 8—Lieutenant Inge, J. M. Brewer, J. W. Howell, J. A. Lemons, T. M. Smith, B. H. Griffith, Eli Turnbaugh and R. W. Knight; total, Captain King's company: Killed, 2—Lieut. J. V. Blackard and J. W. Lowell. Wounded, 9—J. N. Brown, J. H. Grace, James Farmer, James Polleet, Robert Manley, M. V. Hall, R. L. Mays, John Warren and J. W. Butts; total, 11. Captain Buchanan's company:
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
Brown, Charles D. Mabry, Elisha C. Knight. Enlisted men, 135. Company C.———Captains—William L. Cherry, Macon G. Cherry. First Lieutenants—Abram Cox, Andrew M. Thigpen, Samuel V. Williams. Second Lieutenants—Andrew M. Thigpen, Macon G. Cherry, Samuel V. Williams, Reuben E. Mayo, Samuel Tappen. Enlisted men, 131. Company D—Captain—L. R. Anderson. First Lieutenants—Cornelius Stephens, John S. Easton. Second Lieutenants—John S. Easton, James M. Perkins, George W. Parker, Thomas King. Enlisted men, 16. Company E—Captains—R. C. Cotten, Charles M. Stedman, James T. Phillips, John J. Crump. First Lieutenants—Charles M. Stedman, James T. Phillips, John J. Crump, N. B. Hilliard. Second Lieutenants—R. C. Cotten, Jr., James T. Phillips, John J. Crump, Thos. B. Long, N. B. Hilliard, C. C. Goldson, S. J. Tally. Enlisted men, 183. By reason of his health Lieutenant Thomas B. Long resigned in July, 1862. He was a most accomplished officer;
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.32 (search)
nded; dead. W. S. Gilmer, dead. William Greyham. James Grey, dead. Arch. Grey. Morgan Gilmer, dead. Jefferson Howell, dead. Lilburn Hendrix, dead. Frank Horton, killed. John Human. J. J. Heneritzy. William Haney. William Hanson. W. R. Harry. Thomas Harris, wounded; dead. Jefferson Jessee, Sr., killed. Jefferson Jessee, Jr., dead. James Jessee, dead. Samuel Keller, transferred. Jerry Kelly, dead. Henry Kelly, dead. William King. Thomas King. David Kimberlin. David McCrut, killed. John McElhany, dead. Samuel McCloud, killed. Hugh Mutter, dead. Hensley Mead, dead. Charles McElha, dead. Jacob Mitchem. Hugh Mongumery, killed. Thomas Morton. John McFaden, dead. Joseph McCarthy, dead. John McCloud. Henry Moore. Harry Mays, dead. C. W. Powers. Calvin Powers, wounded. William Powers, dead. William Parks. G. W. Seacott. James Shell, killed. Isaac Shell, wounded. John Sa
Jerome Colburn21June 18, 1861 (3 yrs.).No. Carolina. 249John ConnorAug. 13, 1864 (3 yrs.). 250Franklin D. Covell19June 25, 1861 (3 yrs.).No. Carolina. 251Wilson H. Crass21June 28, 1861 (3 yrs.).Susquehanna. 262John Dempsey Substitute.23July 2, 1864 (3 yrs.).S. Atlantic Squad. 263George Foster Substitute.31July 9, 1864 (3 yrs.). 254George Friend Substitute.28July 14, 1864 (3 yrs.). 266James Gibson21Jan. 11, 1866 (3 yrs.). 266William N. Jones Substitute.July 6, 1864. 267Thomas King Substitute.July 22, 1864, 268William Lairson(or Lewis) Substitute.28July 11, 1864 (3 yrs.). 269Charles H. Macomber19Aug. 4, 1862 (1 yr.). 260James Mahoney24July 28, 1862 (1 yr.).Ino. 261Frederick Mark22Aug. 5, 1862 (1 yr.).Ino. 262Patrick McCann19Aug. 1, 1862 (1 yr.).Ino. 263James McLeod26Aug. 6, 1862 (1 yr.).Ino. 264Daniel Meyall23Aug. 4, 1862 (1 yr.). 265John F. Moody22July 29, 1862 (1 yr.).Housatonic. 266James MooreAug. 23, 1864 (1 yr.). 267Joshua Moore28Aug. 4, 1862 (1
Tragedy in Tennessee. --The Memphis Argus states that a brutal murder was committed week before last, in Gibson county, Tenn. Mr. Patton Woods, an old and respected citizen of that county, while engaged in building a fence in one of his fields, was a approached by two brothers named Henry and Thomas King, between whom and himself hostile feelings had for some time existed. An old quarrel was resumed, which resulted in the brothers, who were armed with clubs, assaulting him in concert. Mr. Woods was felled to the ground, and unable to offer the slightest defence, was so horribly beaten that death almost immediately ensued. The murderers, as soon as they discovered their victim was dead, fled to the woods. The horrible affair becoming known in the neighborhood, the brothers were at once suspected of the murder, and pursued. Henry King was arrested and lodged in jail, but his brother had not been apprehended.
at he knew of no circumstance whatever which could identify Gregor as the murderer. The case was continued until Monday for other testimony. Samuel Stanley, a soldier, was charged with shooting a musket in the street; and attempting to shoot Capt. Pleasants, of the night police, when in the act of arresting him. The demonstration took place on Friday evening, on Main, between 15th and 17th sts. Surety in $300 to keep the peace, and a like amount to appear before the Grand Jury. Thomas King, drunk and trespassing on the premises of Mrs. E. Sadler, sent to Capt. Alexander to be handed over to the naval authorities at Drowry's Stuff, where he belonged. Washington Jenkins, drunk in the Old Market, and resisting the police in the discharge of their duty. Surety in $300 required and given. The following parties from "Solitude" a place of evil name, on Cary, between 7th and 8th streets, were arraigned for "plying their avocation" contrary to law and decency; Lucy Conway
The Daily Dispatch: May 27, 1864., [Electronic resource], The end of the Heenan and King Championship. (search)
The end of the Heenan and King Championship. --On the 24th ult., Thomas King, John Carmel Heenan. Thomas Sayere, John Tyler, Jerry Noon, John Macdonald, James Mace, and Robert Travers were tried at the Sussex (Eng) Quarter Sessions held at the Saire Hall, Lawes, on the charge of having riotously assembled and of having assaulted and beaten Thomas King and John Carmel Heenan. Mr. Roupell and Mr. Willoughby prosecuted. King, Mace, Calvin, and Tyler were defended by Sergeant Tindal Atkinson and Mr. E Besley, while Mr. Sleigh and Mr. Gates represented Heenan, Sayers, and Macdonald. Serjeant Atkinson and Mr. Sleigh said that their clients would plead 'GKing, Mace, Calvin, and Tyler were defended by Sergeant Tindal Atkinson and Mr. E Besley, while Mr. Sleigh and Mr. Gates represented Heenan, Sayers, and Macdonald. Serjeant Atkinson and Mr. Sleigh said that their clients would plead 'Guilty.' with the exception of Mace, against whom there was no evidence. The Chairman thought that it would be sufficient to call upon the defendants to enter into their own recognizance in the sum of 1007 each to appear and receive judgment when called upon. The defendants entered into the required sureties and left the court.