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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1859. (search)
on the 5th of November, as the shades of evening were falling upon the earth, they were together gently laid to rest in a soldier's grave. Henry May Bond Sergeant 45th Mass. Vols. (Infantry), October 8, 1862—July 8, 1863; first Lieutenant and Adjutant 20th Mass. Vols. October 6, 1863; died at Washington, May 14, 1864, of wounds received at the battle of the Wilderness and from guerillas. Henry May Bond was born at Boston, April 3, 1836. His parents were George William Bond and Sophia A. (May) Bond. A gentle, conscientious, and affectionate boy, he was not much given to rough boys' plays, but he was manly, and not wanting on occasion in that energy and persistence which belonged to him in virtue of his Huguenot as well as Puritan descent. Mr. C. K. Dillaway, who fitted him for college, writes: When under my instructions he had, as you remember, an infirmity of the eyes, which rendered his progress very difficult and painful. Most young men would have been discouraged
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1863. (search)
saw his body about three hundred yards from their guns after the battle, and that he was struck by his beautiful appearance, and ordered a party to bury the remains. Thus fell this true Christian gentleman and soldier. No purer offering has been laid on the altar of freedom. Horace Sargent Dunn. Second Lieutenant 22d Mass. Vols. (Infantry), October 1; 1861; died at New York, May 22, 1862, of disease contracted in the service. Horace Sargent Dunn was the son of James Cutler and Sophia (Paine) Dunn, of Boston, Massachusetts. He was born in Williamstown, Vermont, at the residence of his maternal grandfather, the Hon. Elijah Paine, on the 12th of June, 1842. Much of his early years was spent among the green hills of Vermont. At the age of twelve years he entered the Boston Latin School where for five tears he pursued his studies diligently. Gentle and unselfish in his nature, truthful and conscientious, he was a general favorite both at home and at school. The resolutio
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1864. (search)
alled upon to make for their country a sacrifice so vast, it could make but little difference whether it came early or late. The offering being once consecrated, God might claim it in his own good time. Anson Grandcelo Thurston. Private 6th Mass. Vols. (Infantry), August 31, 1862; died at Franklin, Va, May 17, 1863, of wounds received at Carrsville, May 15. Anson Grandcelo Thurston was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, August 5, 1841. He was the son of Joel Miller Thurston and of Sophia, daughter of Mr. Richard Bean, of Brentwood, New Hampshire. After the birth of this son the family removed from Lowell to Belfast, Maine, the father's birthplace, then to Pelham, New Hampshire, and finally returned to Lowell. At the High School in that city Anson was fitted for college, sustaining in that school an excellent reputation. He entered Harvard College as a Freshman in 1860. On joining the Class he was a stranger to almost all his associates, but soon became a great favorite
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, Biographical Index. (search)
. 311. Bliss, Capt., I. 146. Boardman, Mr., I. 336. Bodisco, M. de. I. 356. Bond, G. W., II. 12. Bond, H. M., Lieut., Memoir, II. 12-20. Bond, Sophia, A. M., II. 12. Bond, William, II. 12, 13;,14, 15. Bowman, C. C., II. 263. Bowman, E. C., Actg. Asst. Paymaster, Memoir, II. 263-267. Boyd, J. T., Cap, 427II. 39, 109, 110, 170, 187, 252, 253, 341. Burrage, John, II. 268 Burrage, Joseph, II. 268. Burrage, J. P., Lieut., Memoir, II. 268-269. Burrage, Sophia, II. 268. Burrill, Adelaide V., II. 235. Butler, B. F., Maj.-Gen., 1. 100, 344; II. 40, 83;, 383. C. Cabot, Francis, I. 395. Cabot, Miss, II. 172. .-Col., I. 127. Dunn, H. S., Lieut., Memoir, II. 382-384. Dunn, J. C., II. 382. Dunn, Monoena, Capt., I. 335 II. 428. Dunn, Sergeant, II. 19. Dunn, Sophia P., II. 382. Dupont, S. F. Admiral, 1. 373. Duryea, R. C., Brig.-Gen., I. 68; II. 328, 354;. Dustin, Hannah, II. 230. Dwight, Charles, Lieut., I. 367,