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e is nearly as heavy as the lead, and is perfectly white, but not so brilliant. It has not the body of white-lead, but is not so easily affected in color by noxious gases, white-lead being soon discolored by sulphureted hydrogen gas. The carbonate of zinc is a good substitute. See zinc. For other processes, see English patents:— 11,521, of 1847, Charles R. Lothman. Vapors produced in the process of brewing and air are introduced into the leadchambers. 12,246, of 1848, Thomas Richardson. Finely divided metallic lead is treated with acetic acid, steam, and hot air, in trays lined with slate flags, at a temperature of 90° to 100° F. 12,724, of 1849, J. E. D. Rodgers. Lead is cast into sheets, which are doubled, and hung on frames. Troughs on the floor of the chamber are charged with malt, sugar, etc. Steam is admitted, through dilute acetic acid, in other troughs. 3,091, of 1857, Edwin Hills. Lead ore, roasted to drive off the sulphurous gases which are used f
Isaac O. Best, History of the 121st New York State Infantry, Chapter 1: the organization of the 121st New York Volunteers (search)
the 121st was recruited in the 20th Senatorial District comprising the two counties of Herkimer and Otsego. To supervise the organization of the regiment, Governor Morgan appointed the Hon. Richard Franchot, and also a committee from the two counties which should appoint County Committees to prosecute the work in the several townships. The Senatorial Committee consisted of the following named persons: R. Ethridge, Wm. Gates, Ezra Graves, Amos H. Prescott, L. L. Lowell, H. H. Pomeroy, Thomas Richardson and Volney Owen, County Judge. It has not been possible to find the names of the County Committees, but under their direction patriotic meetings were held in the several townships, and recruiting officers appointed for the separate companies. Headquarters were established at Herkimer, and the enlistment was pushed so energetically that by the middle of August a full regiment was assured, and the recruiting officers were ordered to report at headquarters with their men. The tow
30, while attending the General Court as Representative; Rebecca, b. 29 Jan. 1674-5; Sarah, b. 18 June 1677; Elizabeth, b. 8 May 1680; Mehetabel, b. 28 Feb. 1686-7; Kendall, b. 20 Ap. 1689. Thomas the f. d. 16 Jan. 1689-90; his w. Sarah m. Thomas Richardson 29 Dec. 1690. 3. Nathaniel, s. of William (1), m. Rebecca Adams 24 Nov. 1669; she d. 18 Dec. 1677, and he m. Sarah Cooper 8 Oct. 1678; she d. and he m. Sarah Hancock 15 Oct. 1711. His chil. were Nathaniel and John, twins, b. 24 Sept. 1en of Charlestown, and d. before 1681, leaving son James, and dau. Mary, who m. James Burbeen of Woburn; Rebecca, b. 20 Jan. 1642, m. James Patterson of Billerica 29 May 1662; John, b. 29 Dec. 1644, d. 26 May 1664; Mary, b. 17 Jan. 1646, m. Thomas Richardson of Billerica 5 Jan. 1669-70; Lydia, b. 2 Aug. 1648; Andrew, b. about 1652; Hannah, m. William Burges, and was living in Ipswich 1695. Andrew the f. d. between 3 May 1681, and 1 Oct. 1683; his w. Jane survived. 2. Andrew, s. of Andrew (1
idson (or Ditson) of Reading 20 May 1686. His children were /Mary, b. 21 Aug. 1664; Thomas, b. 22 Mar. 1665-6; Nathaniel, b. 14 Sept. 1668, d. about 1718, leaving family; William, b. 12 May 1671, a Deacon at Billerica, d. here of small-pox 5 Oct. 1730, while attending the General Court as Representative; Rebecca, b. 29 Jan. 1674-5; Sarah, b. 18 June 1677; Elizabeth, b. 8 May 1680; Mehetabel, b. 28 Feb. 1686-7; Kendall, b. 20 Ap. 1689. Thomas the f. d. 16 Jan. 1689-90; his w. Sarah m. Thomas Richardson 29 Dec. 1690. 3. Nathaniel, s. of William (1), m. Rebecca Adams 24 Nov. 1669; she d. 18 Dec. 1677, and he m. Sarah Cooper 8 Oct. 1678; she d. and he m. Sarah Hancock 15 Oct. 1711. His chil. were Nathaniel and John, twins, b. 24 Sept. 1672; Anna, b. 20 Ap. 1674, m. Nathaniel Eames of Framingham, and was living in 1725; William, b. 12 July 1676; Mary, b. 24 July 1679, m. Walter Russell 17 May 1699, and d. before 1706; Samuel, b. 2 Jan. 1681-2; Elizabeth, m. John Russell 30 Mar. 1710
. 1752. Thomas, m. Mary Barrett 30 Sept. 1771. Stevenson, Andrew (otherwise written Steevenson, Steveson, Stievenson, and Stimson), by w. Jane, had Deborah, b. in England, m. Robert Wilson of Sudbury, and (2d), Matthew Abdy; Sarah, m. Joseph Lowden of Charlestown, and d. before 1681, leaving son James, and dau. Mary, who m. James Burbeen of Woburn; Rebecca, b. 20 Jan. 1642, m. James Patterson of Billerica 29 May 1662; John, b. 29 Dec. 1644, d. 26 May 1664; Mary, b. 17 Jan. 1646, m. Thomas Richardson of Billerica 5 Jan. 1669-70; Lydia, b. 2 Aug. 1648; Andrew, b. about 1652; Hannah, m. William Burges, and was living in Ipswich 1695. Andrew the f. d. between 3 May 1681, and 1 Oct. 1683; his w. Jane survived. 2. Andrew, s. of Andrew (1), by w. Abigail, had Andrew, died 5 Sept. 1683; Mary, b. 17 Feb. 1682-3, d. young; Mary, b. 21 Oct. 1684; Joseph, b. 17 Dec. 1695, d. 29 Aug. 1696; Lydia, b. 13 Aug. 1697, d. 12 Ap. 1703; Joseph, b. 7 Feb. 1699-1700; Lydia, b. 14 Oct. 1703, and perh
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
340 Richardson, J. A., 6th Mass. Inf., 341 Richardson, J. A., 2d N. Y. Cav., 478 Richardson, J. Henry, 340 Richardson, J. I., 341 Richardson, J. M., 226, 552 Richardson, J. P., 226, 440, 708 Richardson, James, 584 Richardson, Jesse, 341 Richardson, John H., 388 Richardson, Joseph, 122 Richardson, L. S., 341 Richardson, M. A., 341 Richardson, M. P., 341, 552 Richardson, N. A., 441, 552 Richardson, Nathaniel, 395 Richardson, Samuel W., 226 Richardson, Spencer W., 341 Richardson, Thomas, Mrs., 584 Richardson, W. E., 341 Richardson, W. T., 584 Richmond, B. H., 341 Richmond, J. A., 341 Richmond, Lucius, 341 Richmond, S. P., 226 Richmond, W. H., 122 Richter, H. M., 341 Ricker, C. W., 478 Ricker, J. W., 341 Ricker, O. P., 341 Ricketson, A., 122 Riddle, W. R., 341 Riggs, E. M., 341 Riggs, John, 122 Riley, John, 341 Ringot, Charles, 124 Ripley, Ezra, 341, 607 Ripley, John, 341 Ripley, L. B., 478 Ripley, T. W., 341 Ritchie, G. M., 341 Ritchie, John, 34
Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908, Original English inhabitants and early settlers in Somerville. (search)
arlier, had a homestead in the Highfield, but he subsequently removed to Woburn. Ralph Mousal, 1638, or earlier, brother of John, had a dwelling house and about five acres of land in the Highfield. Probably none of his children remained in Somerville. Ezekiel Richardson, 1638, and probably earlier, had a homestead and four and one-half acres of land in the Highfield. He left in a few years and became an early settler in Woburn. Twenty-three of his descendants are here now. Thomas Richardson, 1638, or earlier, brother of Ezekiel, had a homestead in the Highfield. He also removed to Woburn. William Kilcop, 1646, bought of William Roberts, of wapping in ould England A house and Land, ten acres in Gibbonsfield. He had no issue here, and in 1657 sold the estate to Henry Harbard. Abraham Jaquith, 1649, had a house and land without the Neck, but whether on the Somerville or Charlestown side of the line is uncertain; but he left no descendants here. Francis Grissell, o
rovincial Congress. 1. Public Library. 75. 77. 81. Pulsifer. David. 79, 80. Pump Works. 42. Putnam. Dr. Charles I., 5. Raccoon, Ford, 22. Randall. Deacon Benjamin, 9. Rand. Robert, 52. Rind, Sarah, 52. Rand, Thomas, 52. Rand, William, 52. Rapidan River, 22, 44, 45. Rappahannock River. 21. Rappahannock Station, 21, 43, Raymond, Mrs. Francis H., 15. Reading, Mass., 2, 3. Revere House, Boston, Mass., 38. Revolution, The, 83, 84. Richardson. Ezekiel, 30, 55. Richardson, Thomas, 31. Richmond, Va., 43, 61, 65, 66, 70. Richmond Whig, 64. Ricker, Benjamin F., 13. Ricker, Melvin F., 13. Road to Cambridge, 28, 51, 52. Robertson's Tavern 43. Roberts, William, 30. Robinson, General, 57. Rollins, Sumner P., 18. Rome, 80. 81. Roman Tabularium, 81. Roxbury, Mass., 19. Ruersville, Md., 20. Runey, Horace, 9, 11. Runey, John, 41. Russell, A. W., 8. Russell, Joseph. 53. Russell, Levi, 55. Russell, Philemon, 53. Russell, Philemon Robbins, 53. Ru
lestown, Nov. 9, 1757Feb. 8, 1758In house of Dorothy Fowle. Esther (wife)    John (child) Bredin, Jacob    wife and 2 childrenMaiden, Nov. 24, 1770Tenant of Benj. Hall. Brewer, MosesWaltham, Feb. 16, 1773Apprentice to Ebenr. Hall, Jr. Brigden, TimothyAug. 31, 1797 Bright, JonathanCharlestown, Sept. 9, 1760In family of Samuel Wakefield. 3 months old. Brooks, Jonas     Anna (wife)Woburn (no date)In house of Abigail Brooks. Brothers, SarahReading, Sept., 1763Nov. 30, 1763Dau. Mrs. Thos. Richardson. Brown, AbigailBoston, Oct. 2, 1759Nov. 21, 1759Taken in by Phebe Tufts. Bucknam, EbenezerStoneham, abt. May 1, 1764Dec. 3, 1764     Mary (wife)    Sarah (child) Buckman, Edward(Bucknam)  Sarah (wife)    & negro VenusStoneham, May 4, 1763Tenant of Col. I. Royall. Bucknam, Jacob    Lyclia (wife)    & childBraintree, April, 1756Nov. 27, 1756 Bucknam James (child)Notice from Town of Boston, Aug. 27, 1803. Bucknam, JamesMaiden, Dec., 1764Mar. 1, 1