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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., chapter 12.91 (search)
at arms. That evening we landed in Southampton, and were received by the people with every demonstration of sympathy and kindly feeling. Thrown upon their shores by the chances of war, we were taken to their hearts and homes with that generous hospitality which brought to mind with tenderest feeling our own dear Southern homes in ante-bellum times. To the Rev. F. W. Tremlett, of Belsize Park, London, and his household, I am indebted for a picture of English home life that time cannot efface, and the memory of which will be a lasting pleasure till life's end. The United States screw-sloop Kearsarge at the time of the encounter with the Alabama. when the Kearsarge was at the Azores, a few months before the fight with the Alabama, Midshipman Edward E. Preble made a mathematically correct drawing of the ship, and from a photograph of that drawing the above picture was made. After the fight alterations were made in the Kearsarge which considerably changed her appearance.--editors.
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., chapter 48 (search)
al advancement, although he lives in the memory of those who can properly estimate his services. List of officers of the U. S. S. Kearsarge. John A. Winslow, Captain; James S. Thornton, Lieutenant-Commander; John M. Browne, Surgeon; J. A. Smith, Paymaster; Wm. H. Cushman, Chief-Engineer; James R. Wheeler, Eben M. Stoddard and David H. Sumner, Acting-Masters; Wm. H. Badlam, Second-Assistant Engineer; Fred. L. Miller, Sidney L. Smith and Henry McConnell, Third-Assistant Engineers; Edward E. Preble, Midshipman; David B. Sargent, Paymaster's Clerk; S. E. Hartwell, Captain's Clerk; Frank A. Graham, Gunner; James C. Walton, Boatswain; William H. Yeaton, Charles H. Danforth and Ezra Bartlett, Acting-Master's Mates. Petty officers and crew. George A. Tittle, Surgeon's-Steward; C. B. De Witt, Yeoman; J. N. Watrus, Master-at-Arms; Chas. Jones, Seaman; Daniel Charter, Landsman; Ed. ward Williams, Officer's-Steward; George Williams, Landsman; Charles Butts, Quartermaster; Chas. Be
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 50: Second attack on Fort Fisher. (search)
ant, A. C. Engard; Acting-Third-Assistant, H. F. Grier; Acting-Boatswain, James Gurney; Gunner, G. W. Omensetter; Carpenter, J. Macfarlane: Sailmaker, B. B. Blydenburg. *Susquehanna--first-rate. Commodore, S. W. Godon; Lieutenant-Commander, F. B. Blake; Lieutenants, J. R. Bartlett and Geo. M. Brown; Surgeon, J. O'C. Barclay; Assistant-Surgeon, C. H. Perry; Paymaster, A. J. Clark; Chaplain, J. D. Beugless; First-Lieutenant of Marines, Wm. Wallace; Acting-Master, H. O. Porter; Ensign, E. E. Preble; Acting-Ensigns, T. F. Lacock, W. W. Rhoades and O. C. K. Benham; Acting-Master's Mates, Chas. Gainsford, W. H. Sprague, M. S. Cooper and S. T. Paine; Engineers: Chief, John Johnson; First-Assistant, I. S. Finney; Second-Assistants, James Renshaw, J. H. Hutchinson and H. A. Smith; Third-Assistants, Thomas Crummey and C. F. Marsland; Acting-Third-Assistant, Berna Cook; Boatswain, Z. Whitmarsh, Jr.; Gunner, E. J. Waugh; Carpenter, J. E. Miller; Sailmaker, J. A. Holbrook. *New Ironsides--