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t, Oliver Russell. 2d, Noah Kendall.  7Emily Ann, b. Sept. 11, 1803; m. Aaron Traverse.  8Francis, b. Nov. 20, 1805; m. Mary Ann Frost.  9Lydia, b. Nov. 21, 1807; m. Thomas Marshall.  10Zechariah, b. Mar. 19, 1810.  11 Eliza B., b. July 22, 1813; m.1st, Ambrose Tucker. 2d, Anthony Nutter.  12Matilda O., b. Oct. 14, 1816; m. Charles Danforth. 2-4Thomas Shed m. Abigail H. Greenleaf, Dec. 18, 1808, and d. Dec. 9, 1849. He had children:--  4-13Abigail G., b. Nov. 22, 1809; m. George Sawyer.  14Sarah R., b. Dec. 8, 1811; m. Samuel Ward.  15William B., b. Oct. 24, 1813.  16Harriet G., b. Oct. 26, 1815.  17Helen M., b. May 29, 1818; m. Mathias Miner.  18Thomas A., b. Nov. 14, 1822.  19Franklin K., b. May 19, 1825; d. Feb. 22, 1848.  20Marshall S., b. Mar. 15, 1828; m. Emma A. Gibbs.  21Mary A., b. May 1, 1831; d. May 12, 1832.  22Convers Francis, b. Jan. 8, 1835; d. Aug. 13, 1853. 3-8Francis Shed, jun., m. Mary Ann Frost, of Tyngsboroa, May 23, 1829. She d
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 4., First Universalist Society in Medford. (search)
and April annually. Given under our hands this tenth day of March, A. D. 1831. Signed, William S. Barker. John Wheeler. Nathan W. Waite. Willard Butters. Miles Sampson. John H. Haskell. Thomas P. Hunt. Waldo Belknap. Timothy Cotting. George Sawyer. John Johnson. James Hyde, Jr. Joshua Bailey. Benjamin Walker. James ford. Moses Merrill. John Sawtell. Amherst Josslyn. William Peak. Leonard Bucknam. John Ewell. Charles Ewell. Henry T. Ewell. Joseph Richardson. James Curtis. I have deethe First Universalist Society in Medford. Ballot was then taken for clerk, and William S. Barker was elected and duly qualified by Justice Cushing. A prudential committee was elected, consisting of Timothy Cotting, Leonard Bucknam, and George Sawyer. Miles Sampson, James Ford, and John Wheeler were elected assessors, Timothy Cotting elected treasurer, and William S. Barker elected collector. We now have the society fully organized and ready to enter upon its important work, that it
ined--Ordnance Sergeant.1 Independent Grays24 Roanoke Guards46 Morris Guards24 Tar River Boys48 Hamilton Guard35 Hertford Light Infantry37 Washington Greys39 Lenoir Braves31 North Carolina Defenders21 Jonesville Guard45 From Santa Rosa22 Virginia troops from Potomac8 395 A colored man, taken at at Hatteras, was also brought up. The remains of three of the prisoners who died at Fort Warren, also came up in the steamer to be sent to their homes in North Carolina--viz: Geo. Sawyer, of the 7th Regiment, N. C. Volunteers; Samuel Lanier, 2d Regiment; the name of the other I did not ascertain. Additional particulars. We take the following from the Norfolk Day Book, of yesterday: Noble conduct. The Richmond Blues and McCulloch Rangers are represented as having conducted themselves nobly during the battle Not a man among them but displayed the utmost coolness and intrepidity, and the greatest havoc was made by them among the foe — They kept at one time