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the market at the price of three hundred and sixty thousand dollars, in sixty shares of six thousand dollars each. At this price, three shares were conveyed to Harrison G. Otis, three to Israel Thorndike, and one, each, to Ebenezer Francis, William Payne, Thomas H. Perkins, and John Callender, by deeds dated Nov. 30, 1808. The bridge was completed in 1809, and roads were opened to Cambridge Common, to Medford, and elsewhere, to attract travel from the country to Boston over this avenue. To real estate, which had hitherto remained apparently undivided and uninhabited (except by a single family in the old Phips farm-house), the General Court, by an Act approved March 3, 1810, incorporated Thomas Handasyde Perkins, James Perkins, William Payne, Ebenezer Francis, and Andrew Craigie, being tenants in common of lands at and near Lechmere Point, with their associates, as the Lechmere Point Corporation. Within the next two months the several proprietors conveyed their shares to the Co
his chief in Lexington cemetery. Brigadier-General William Henry Fitzhugh Payne Brigadier-General William Henry Fitzhugh Payne, a distinguished cavalry commander of the army of Northern Virginia, was born at Clifton, the homestead of his family in Virginia, January 27, 1830. His family, prominently associated with the history of the Old Dominion, was founded in America by John Payne, who with his brother William came to the colony in 1620. Fourth in descent from John Payne was Capt. William Payne, who was born in 1755 at Wakefield, Westmoreland county, the birthplace of George Washington. He did an extensive business as a merchant at Falmouth and Fredericksburg, served three years in the Continental army, including the battles of Guilford Court House and Yorktown, and died at Clifton in 1837. By his second marriage, to Marian Morson, of Scottish descent, he had one son, Arthur A. M. Payne, born at Clifton in 1804, who was a prominent man, and widely known as a breeder of fi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Wounded at Williamsburg, Va. (search)
s Coyle, Company C, 14th Regiment, Louisiana; discharged. D. C. Hindlestone, Company B, 2d Regiment, Florida. John W. Lea, captain, 5th North Carolina; discharged from the residence of Colonel G. Durfey. J. F. Hayse, lieutenant Company B, 5th North Carolina; died at the residence of Colonel Durfey. Forney, colonel, Alabama; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Harriette Henley. H. Jones, Company I, 19th Mississippi Regiment; discharged from the residence of Rev. Mr. Blain. William Payne, major 7th Virginia Regiment; discharged from the residence of William S. Peachy. L. Williams, colonel 1st Virginia Regiment; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Lucy Tucker. S. Reeve, lieutenant 1st Regiment Virginia Infantry; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Lucy Tucker. James Dooley, 1st Regiment Virginia Infantry; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Lucy Tucker. V. Taliaferro, 11th Regiment Virginia Infantry; discharged from the residence of Mrs. Lucy Tucker.
Two hundred Dollars Reward. --Ranaway from this city, about six weeks ago, two of my servants, namely: William Payne, about 30 years old. He is quite black, about 5½ feet high, stout, strong, and fleshy. He was raised in this city, and has worked in a tobacco factory since he was a boy. He has a wife at Mrs. Fanny Carver's, in the upper end of Hanover county, where he was seen about ten days ago. He is, also, well acquainted in the neighborhood of the Old Church. Major Joseph Street, residing near that place, owns some of his wife's relations. He probably travels in market carts between Richmond and Mrs. Carver's and the Old Church. He is fond of trading, and probably visits different camps for that purpose. Warwick is a bright mulatto, about 20 years old, 5½ feet high, is lean, and has straight black hair, and resembles, slightly, the Indian race. He was hired this year to John F. Ballard, at the Exchange Hotel. He has been seen, since he ranaway, at Mrs. Carver'
The Daily Dispatch: August 25, 1862., [Electronic resource], One of Pierpoint's Sheriffs captured. (search)
Two hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from this city, about six weeks ago, two of my servants, namely: William Payne about 30 years old. He is quite black, about 5 feet high, stout, strong, and fleshy. He was raise in this city, and has worked in a tobacco factory since he was a boy. He has a wife at Mrs. Fannyrver's in the upper end of Hanover county, when he was seen about ten days ago. He is, also, well acquainted in the neighborhood of the Old Church. Major Joseph Street, residing near that place owns some of his wife's relations. He probably travels in market carts between Richmond and Mrs. Carver's and the Old Church. He is fond of trading, and probably visits different camps for that purpose. Warwick is a Light mulatto, about 20 years old, 5 ½ feet high, is lean, and has straight black hair, and resembles, slightly, the Indian race. He was hired this year to John P. Ballard, at the Exchange Hotel. He has been seen, since he ran away, at Mrs. Carver's and
One hundred and fifty dollars reward --Will be paid for the delivery in Richmond of the three following slaves, viz: William Payne, a dark black man, about 5½ feet high, about 30 years old, stout and fleshy He has spent most of his life in different tobacco factories in this city. He was employed the early part of this year as teamster near Yorktown — say, till the evacuation of the Peninsula by our troops. He has a wife at Mrs. Fanny Carver's, upper end of Hanover. He has probably gone there, or to some of our camps. He absconded on the 9th inst. Warwick, a bright mulatto, 19 or 20 years old, tall and slender. He was hired this year at the Exchange Hotel, and absconded about three weeks ago, probably with a view of going over to the enemy but probably could not enter their lines before the commencement of the recent battles on the Chickahominy. Harris, a black boy, about 15 years old. He was hired to Geo. T. Booker, to work on his farm a few miles north of t
One hundred and fifty dollars reward. --Will be paid for the delivery in Richmond of the three following slaves, virginia. William Payne, a dark black man, about 5½ feet high, about 30 years old, stout and . He has spent most of his life in different tobacco factories in this city. He was employed the early part of this year as teamster near Yorktown — say till the evacastion of the Peninsula by our troops. He has a wife at Mrs. Fanny Caryer's upper end of Hanover. He has probably gone there, or to some of our camps. He absconded on the 9th inst. Warwick. a bright mulatte, 19 or 20 years old, tall and slender. He was hired this year at the Exchange Hotel, and absconded about three weeks ago, probably with a view of going over to the enemy, but probably could not enter their lines before the commencement of the recent battles on the Chickahominy. Harris, a black boy, about 15 years old. He was hired to Geo. T. Booker, to work on his farm a few miles north of t