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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 7. (ed. Frank Moore), Casualties in the First New-Jersey cavalry. (search)
; Joseph Crane, company D, missing; Octave Antonio, company D, missing; Sergeant George W. Stewart, company E, wounded and missing; Sergeant James H. Palmater, company E, missing; Corporal Robert Williams, missing; T. L. Clement, missing; Daniel McCormick, missing; George Polston, company E, killed; Sergeant Samuel Rainear, company F, killed; Corporal Amos Poinsett, company F, wounded; Charles Cadot, company F, wounded; Nathan Moore, company F, missing; John C. Danty, company F, missing; Daniel Oliver, company F, missing; Sergeant Joseph Thibesdeau, company F, missing; Corporal R. S. Asay, company F, missing; R. Darnstad, company G, killed; A. A. Ringlop, company G, killed; Sergeant J. P. Brower, company G, wounded and missing; Sergeant B. G. Joline, company G, wounded and missing; W. P. Brown, company G, missing; John Finnigan, company G, missing; F. Craus, company G. missing; J. H. Stubbs, company G, wounded and missing; M. Summers, company G, wounded and missing; Corporal John Sca
thousand strong, rode into Wytheville a little before sunset yesterday. Almost at the same instant two newly organized companies and the employes of this place, in all about one hundred and thirty men, with two field-pieces, whom I had despatched under Major T. M. Bowyer by the passenger train, arrived. A sharp skirmish immediately commenced in the street and continued about three quarters of an hour, when Major Bowyer retired with a part of his men and brought them off in the train. Captain Oliver and two citizens were killed and Lieutenant Rosany badly wounded. The enemy lost Colonel Toland, commanding the brigade, one other colonel, one major, and seven privates killed; one lieutenant-colonel and about twenty-five men wounded, and in our hands. The Lieutenant-Colonel, Powell, is reported mortally wounded. I am informed they lost every one of their field-officers. The command left Wytheville about ten o'clock last night, retreating toward Tazewell Court-House. It is now re
been much more abundant. The force opposed to us consisted of two of Longstreet's divisions, and corresponded in number to our corps. From the prisoners we learn that they had watched the column as it descended the valley, and confidently counted on its annihilation. To conclude, I must express my grateful acknowledgments to Major-General Butterfield, Chief of my Staff, for the valuable assistance rendered me on the field; also to Major Lawrence, Captain Hall, Lieutenants Perkins and Oliver, Aids-de-Camp, for the faithful, intelligent, and devoted performance of all the duties assigned them. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, Joseph Hooker, Major-General Commanding. Colonel Wood's report. headquarters one hundred and Thirty-Sixth N. Y. V., in the field, Lookout Valley, near Chattanooga, Tenn., November 1, 1863. Captain B. F. Stone, A. A. A. G., Second Brigade: I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the regiment under my comm
vern, and stood at the N. E. corner of Brighton and Mt. Auburn streets. 2. Andrew, s. of Andrew (1), m. Sarah, dau. of Jonathan Gilbert of Hartford, and had Andrew, b. in Hartford 12 March 1671-2; Elizabeth, b. in Camb. 12 Jan. 1677-8, m. Daniel Oliver of Boston 23 April 1696; [she was mother of Daniel, H. C. 1722, a merchant, who d. in London 5 July 1727; of Andrew, H. C. 1724, Secretary and Lieut.-governor of Mass.; and of Peter, H. C. 1730, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Mrs. OliverMrs. Oliver d. 21 May 1735.] Mary, b. in Chs. 7 Mar. 1679-80, m. George Vaughn of Portsmouth, and d. 3 Feb. 1699-1700; Jonathan, b. in Camb. 8 Jan. 1681-2; Anna, b. in Chs. 30 March 1684, m. Oliver Noyes of Chs.; Martha, b. in Chs. 29 March 1686, m. Anthony Stoddard of Boston, and d. 11 Feb. 1748; Deborah, b. in Chs. 3 Jan. 1688-9; Sarah, b.——, m. John Foye, Jr., of Chs. Mrs. Sarah Belcher d. in Chs. 26 Jan. 1688-9. Mr. Belcher in early life was a mariner, and commanded the vessel which so opportunely ar
vern, and stood at the N. E. corner of Brighton and Mt. Auburn streets. 2. Andrew, s. of Andrew (1), m. Sarah, dau. of Jonathan Gilbert of Hartford, and had Andrew, b. in Hartford 12 March 1671-2; Elizabeth, b. in Camb. 12 Jan. 1677-8, m. Daniel Oliver of Boston 23 April 1696; [she was mother of Daniel, H. C. 1722, a merchant, who d. in London 5 July 1727; of Andrew, H. C. 1724, Secretary and Lieut.-governor of Mass.; and of Peter, H. C. 1730, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Mrs. OliverMrs. Oliver d. 21 May 1735.] Mary, b. in Chs. 7 Mar. 1679-80, m. George Vaughn of Portsmouth, and d. 3 Feb. 1699-1700; Jonathan, b. in Camb. 8 Jan. 1681-2; Anna, b. in Chs. 30 March 1684, m. Oliver Noyes of Chs.; Martha, b. in Chs. 29 March 1686, m. Anthony Stoddard of Boston, and d. 11 Feb. 1748; Deborah, b. in Chs. 3 Jan. 1688-9; Sarah, b.——, m. John Foye, Jr., of Chs. Mrs. Sarah Belcher d. in Chs. 26 Jan. 1688-9. Mr. Belcher in early life was a mariner, and commanded the vessel which so opportunely ar
, went through Boston for Chicago, Oct. 31, 1867 West Point Cadets In tents on Boston Common, Aug. 8, 1821 Weights and Measures regulated in the Province, 1705 West street Gate at the Common, completed, June 7, 1862 Whipped A man for shooting a fowl Sunday, Nov. 30, 1630 Philip Ratcliff, for scandal, June 14, 1631 Josiah Plaisted, for stealing, Sep. 27, 1631 A man, for profane swearing, Sep. 4, 1632 Several men and women, for petty crimes, Oct., 1632 Mrs. Oliver, for reproaching the Magistrates, Dec. 9, 1640 Obadiah Holmes, for being a Baptist, Feb., 1651 Holden and Copeland, Quakers, whipped and gagged, Sep. 23, 1657 Horrid Gardner, with a child at her breast, Quakeress, Sep., 1657 Many persons for being Baptists, 1667 Margaret Brewster, a Quakeress, at the cart's tail, July 8, 1677 A man that married his sister, Apr. 20, 1695 Three women, for lewdness, March, 1718 A boy aged thirteen, for indecent assault, Feb. 26, 1725
ing from Briscoes Corner in Marlborough street passing by Justice Bromfields to ye Comon, Rawsons lane. The way Leading from ye south Meeting House passing by Mr Borlands & Madm Olivers & so down to ye sea by Hollaways. Milk street. The Alley Leading southerly from Southers Corner to Milk street to Capt Clarks Corner in Sumer Street, Bishops alley. The Lane Leading so-Easterly from Mr Borlands Corner in Milk street to Beards Corner in Cow lane, Long lane. The street where Mr Daniel Oliver now dwells passing from Milk street up to Fort Hill, Oliver street. The way leading from Fort Hill southerly to Moreys Corner in Summer street, Cow lane. The way from ye Lower end of Summer Street Leading North Easterly by ye sea side, with ye return up to ye rope walks, Flounder lane. The Alley by Wharton's House in Cow lane, leading Easterly into Harrisons Rope walks, Crooked alley. The way from John Roberts House in Cow Lane, Leading Easterly by Capt Bonners into ye Rope w