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e,Dec. 10, 1863,Missing in action, Aug. 25, 1864. June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Keefe, Daniel26Canton,Dec. 5, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Killoran Hugh,28E. Boston,Dec. 30, 1863,Deserted from Lincoln Hospitals, Jan. 31, 1865. Knowland, John H.,22Marblehead,Sept. 9, 1862,May 18, 1865, disability. Lear, Joseph,35Mill bury,Nov. 12, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Leavitt, Moses, 22Boston, Mar. 8, 1864,Transferred Mar. 30, 1864, to Battery K, 4th U. S. Art. Lee, James,26Abington,Sept. 8, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Loham, Francis,21Marblehead,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Lucas, James A.,18Dorchester,Aug. 9, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Macomber, Francis L.,28W. Roxbury,Mar. 8, 1864,Died Dec. 28, 1864, Salisbury, N. C. Martin, Richard,23Marblehead,Sept. 9, 1862,Prisoner Aug. 25, 1864. June 9, 1865, exp. of service. Martin, William H.,23Marblehead,Sept. 9, 1862,April 22, 1863, disability. Mason, C
sa L.Dec.—, 1902 Holbrook, Alexander W.Aug. 16, 1864 Harrington, Serg't Otis N.July 30, 1863 Hanson, Samuel A.May 23, 1863 Herlehy, Timothy—— Hooper, Joseph A.Sept. 22, 1866 Herring, WilliamMar. 12, 1873 Horrigan, RichardJan. 2, 1864 Hill, Pierce T.Oct. 8, 1888 Handlin, JohnApril 6, 1906 Innis, George H.July 19, 1907 Jewell, Edwin C.—— Jones, HenryApril—, 1896 Johnson, Stephen H.May 1, 1907 Kay, James (?)Aug. 25, 1864 Killoran, HughJuly 22, 1881 Knowland, John H.April 7, 1891 Lee, James—— Loham, FrancisMarch 14, 1895 Maxwell, Albert N. A.Feb. 20, 1864 Mullett, Emerson B.May 10, 1864 Mason, Charles A.Aug. 26, 1864 Macomber, Francis L.Dec. 28, 1864 Mugford, John E.—— Martin, William H.May 19, 1889 Millett, JohnJune 28, 1895 Monroe, Frank A.Nov. 19, 1891 McAuliffe, Cornelius—— McAllister, DanielJuly 29, 1906 Newton, HarmonSept. 18, 1864 Nesbitt, John Northey, William E.Jan. 3, 1879 Nichols, George H.April 8, 1892 Nichols, Wm. B. Nowell,
125. Kemper, Gen., 245. Kershaw, Gen. J. B., 92. Killoran, H-ugh, 302, 304, 305, 349. Kilpatrick, Gen., 113. Knowland, J. H., 81, 83, 87, 208, 209, 302, 351. L. Landing, Harrison's, 275. Landing, Pratt's, 242. Landing, Wilcox's, 275. Lane, Gen., 320. Lee, Gen. Robert E., 70, 94, 98, 99, 104, 100, 110, 127, 130, 141, 144, 153, 162, 175, 180, 189, 212, 216, 223, 227, 234, 237, 242, 271, 279, 284, 297, 415, 418, 419, 420, 424, 425. Lee, Gen., Fitz-Hugh, 225, 251. Lee, James, 351, 407, 426. Lear, Joseph, 401. Lemmon, Wm. B., 39, 198, 201, 272, 404. Libby Prison, 430. Lohan, Francis, 80, 85, 149, 199, 200, 206, 207. Longstreet, Gen., 121, 130, 246. Lucas, James A., 402, 403, 404, 405, 408. Lyman, Col., 271. Lynnfield, 18, 20. M. Mahone, Gen., 301, 325. Martin, Capt., 196, 197. Martin, Richard, 80, 203, 326, 339, 397, 403. Martin, Wm. H., 82, 83, 86. Mason, Chas. A., 206, 314, 324, 339, 352, 375, 398. Manassas, 110, 113, 139, 140. Marylan
en, with all the officers of the company, were engaged. The total number of casualties were as follows: Gun-Corporal Craven Atkinson and Private M. B. Smith, killed; A. C. Mc-Cants struck by a fragment of shell and J. B. Lynn struck by a spent ball and B. Bishop wounded in hand, since returned to duty; J. D. Sauls and Wm. Bishop injured by gun carriage. I desire to commend specially for their coolness during the engagement Sergt. R. F. Phillips, Corporals J. R. Lewis and A. W. Mason, Privates James Lee, A. D. Cone, Thomas Neary, Dennis O'Connor, A. M. May, J. J. Smith and Brickle. Lieutenants Dyke and Gamble, chiefs of sections, and Lieut. J. N. Whitner, chief of the line caissons, rendered all the assistance in their power in handling the guns. First-Sergt. F. B. Papy was also active in the discharge of his duty. Two battery horses were killed and seven wounded. These accidents among the horses threw several teams into confusion, during which two limbers were badly injured. The t
a house of his own, and was taxed that year for stock in trade and faculty. Mr. Sprague hired land at Labor in Vain landing and contracted to build a vessel for James Lee, a crusty bachelor merchant of Boston, but finding that his limited education hampered him in the financial part of his business, he resolved to take a partner and selected young James, who had a little money to start with, a good business head and a practical knowledge of ship building. Mr. Lee was very angry at the new arrangement and told Mr. Sprague that he would not sign any contract if that boy was admitted to the firm. The boy was twenty-six at this time, but with his curly, sandy hair and ruddy complexion, he probably looked younger. Lee had a strong will, but he was pitted against two stronger ones, and Sprague and James, after some months of waiting, received his order and built the brig, Bocca Tigris, according to original contract. In 1817 they owned their yard, the third established in Medford, an
The Daily Dispatch: January 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Georgia soldiers return rather than fight against the North. (search)
Larceny. --A negro named James Lee, the property of P. P. Poindexter, was sentenced to 30 lashes yesterday by its Mayor, for stealing a $10 note from Harris
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