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Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865 4 0 Browse Search
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Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 38: the North Anna battles. (search)
Corp. Archibald Buchanan, Co. K. (Died of wounds in general hosp., right knee, leg amputated.) Priv. Benjamin McDonald, Co. A, abdomen and hips. (Died of wounds.) May 24th. First Sergt. Samuel E. Viall, Co. E. (Died of wounds.) May 31st.Captain Dudley C. Mumford. June 3rd.First Lieut. John B. Thompson. Priv. Francis McAlpine, Co. G. June 7th.Priv. William Fee, Co. B, head. Died June 7th. Missing in action: May 12th.Lieut. Col. Edmund Rice, wounded and captured. Priv. Alonzo Stewart, Co. F. May 6th.Priv. Milton D. Thompson, Co. C. Priv. Edward C. Thompson, Co. C. Priv. Alfred Ellis, Co. H. May 7th.Priv. Charles. Conrad, Co. C. May 10th.Priv. James Higginson. Priv. George Brann, Co. A. May 12th.Priv. Charles Smith, Co. A. Priv. Frank Covell, Co. A. Priv. Terrence Thomas, Co. B. Priv. John Smith, Co. H. May 13th.Corp. Charles. Bradley. May 24th.Patrick Fall, Co. D. Wounded in the battle of the Wilderness: May 6th.Priv. Elisha Choate, Co. F,
................................ 325 Stevens, Benjamin F.,............................................... 105 Stevens, R. W.,...................................................... 43 Stevens, George (I),.................................................. 203 Stevens, George H.,...............................................107, 108 Stevens, James (E),.................................................. 188 Stevensburg, Va.,.................................................... 289 Stewart, Alonzo,...................................................... 322 Stewart, Charles,...................................................... 35 Stewart, William,................................................... 286 Stillman, Peter,.................................................. 285, 324 Stone, Benjamin A.,................................................... 105 Stone Bridge, Antietam,............................................ 133 Stone, Charles P., Gen.,.............................
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 16: ecclesiastical History. (search)
The present pastor is Rev. George W. Holman, who was born in Somerville, 1841, educated and ordained in the State of New York, and had been pastor at Radnor, Pa., Fort Edward, N. Y., Lewiston, Me., and Holliston, Mass. He was installed Nov. 7, 1875. Deacons. Elected. Held office until Age. Enos ReedOct. 17, 1827DiedJuly 8, 187175 John DonallanApril 1, 1829DiedMay 13, 186769 Henry S. HillsSept. 15, 1854 Daniel GrantOct. 4, 1870ResignedOct. 30, 1874 William B. SavageOct. 4, 1870 Alonzo StewartJuly 2, 1875 Ambrose H. SanbornJuly 2, 1875 First Evangelical Congregational.—The First Evangelical Congregational Church, formed in that part of the city of Cambridge usually called Cambridgeport, was gathered Sept. 20, 1827. It consisted originally of forty-five members, most of whom, being residents of this place, had been previously connected with the Hanover Street Church, Boston, then under the pastoral care of Rev. Lyman Beecher, D. D. Historical Sketch of the Church, in