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Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909, Company E, 39th Massachusetts Infantry, in the Civil War.—(Iv.) (search)
2, 1865; lives at 121 Cross Street, Somerville. Shaw, John B., brother of the above; detailed to special service (hospital duty), August 5, 1863 to May, 1865; mustered out June 2, 1865; address, 121 Cross Street, Somerville. Skehan, John, discharged February 9, 1863; probably not living. Smith, Addison, discharged July 1, 1863; died in Somerville June 25, 1895. Stevens, Leslie, had seen service earlier; went out as corporal; discharged January 25, 1863; lives at Canton, Mass. Stickney, Hiram C., discharged April 22, 1863; probably not living. Thomas, William H., on special duty as guard for quartermaster's stores, January 12, 1864, to May 27, 1865; mustered out June 2, 1865; lives at 12 Essex Street, Somerville. Thompson, Frank W., taken prisoner August 19, 1864; perhaps he died January 10, 1865. Van de Sande, George, went out as corporal; promoted to sergeant; discharged August 22, 1863, to accept commission as second lieutenant in a regiment of colored troops;
orts, that of Miss Ann E. Whipple, who taught the school at two different periods. At this time, May, 1827, she came with a fine record from the Lower Winter Hill School, where she had taught the previous season. So satisfactory was her work in both places that she was induced to keep a private school of a few weeks in the interim between the fall and winter terms. Later on we shall have occasion to speak of Miss Whipple again. The next teachers, of whom I have learned nothing, were Ira Stickney and Eliza D. Ward. Joseph W. Jenks, son of Dr. Jenks, a Charlestown divine, taught during the winter of 1828-9. He had a brother who kept a private school in that part of Malden which is now Everett. (Note.—While here Mr. Jenks boarded with Mrs. Phipps, daughter of a Mr. Copp, who lived in a house at the lower end of Craigie Street, on the Spring estate. Mr. Farrar, a later teacher, boarded also with Mrs. Phipps. Miss Martha Tufts has in her possession a silver medal, given her in 182
Society, 21, 22, 72. Somerville Improvement Society, 42. Somerville, Mass., 4, 9. South Berwick, 31. South Carolina, 31. South Side Railroad, 10. Sparhawk, Samuel, 89. Spottsylvania, 2, 14. Sprague, Mary, 78. Sprague, Richard, 78. Springfield, Mass., 16. Squa Sachem, 88. Stanton, Edwin M., 9. State Normal School, First, 32. Stedman, John, 88. Stetson, Rev., Caleb, 32. Stetson, William, 78. Stevens, Leslie, 19. Stevens, Rachel Y., 35. Stickney, Hiram C., 19. Stickney, Ira, 30. Stone, John, 42. Story, Sarah, 68. Story, Sarah L. A., 68. Story, Solomon, 68. Strafford, Vt., 24. Struggles of the Nations, 38. Sucker Brook, 87. Sussex Court House, 6, 7. Sweetser, John 32. Swett, Joseph, 70. Tailor, John, 43. Tailor, Oliver, 43. Tapley, John, 43. Taunton, Mass., 9. Taylor, General, Richard, 52, 54. Taylor, Zachary, 52. Teasdale, George, 67. Teasdale, Mary, 67. Teasdale, William H., 67. Ten Hills Farm, 78. Thirty-ninth Massachusetts, 6, 8,