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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 6 0 Browse Search
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the earliest inhabitants, and one of the first Board of Townsmen or Selectmen in Feb. 1634-5, res. on the westerly side of Holyoke Street, near Harvard Street. He rem. with Hooker to Hartford, and sold his house to Elder Champney 25 Sept. 1637; he was a distinguished citizen of Connecticut, Selectman, Deputy in the General Court, and useful in other offices. His second wife was Elizabeth, sister of Rev. Samuel Stone, whom he m. 2 July 1644, and by whom he had Elizabeth, b. 17 May 1645, m. John Terry of Windsor 1662; Samuel, bap. 25 Oct. 1646; Sarah, bap. 17 Mar. 1649, m. Jonathan Ashley of Springfield; Joseph, b. 1650, the bold patriot who wrested the Charter from the rapacious grasp of Andros, and secreted it in the memorable oak 31 Oct. 1687; Thomas, b. 1651; Rebecca, m.——Stoughton. William the f. d. 1675, his w. Elizabeth d. 1681-2. Hinman. 2. Benjamin, s. of Capt. Samuel Wadsworth of Milton, who was slain in battle, by the Indians, at Sudbury 1676, and grandson of Christopher
the earliest inhabitants, and one of the first Board of Townsmen or Selectmen in Feb. 1634-5, res. on the westerly side of Holyoke Street, near Harvard Street. He rem. with Hooker to Hartford, and sold his house to Elder Champney 25 Sept. 1637; he was a distinguished citizen of Connecticut, Selectman, Deputy in the General Court, and useful in other offices. His second wife was Elizabeth, sister of Rev. Samuel Stone, whom he m. 2 July 1644, and by whom he had Elizabeth, b. 17 May 1645, m. John Terry of Windsor 1662; Samuel, bap. 25 Oct. 1646; Sarah, bap. 17 Mar. 1649, m. Jonathan Ashley of Springfield; Joseph, b. 1650, the bold patriot who wrested the Charter from the rapacious grasp of Andros, and secreted it in the memorable oak 31 Oct. 1687; Thomas, b. 1651; Rebecca, m.——Stoughton. William the f. d. 1675, his w. Elizabeth d. 1681-2. Hinman. 2. Benjamin, s. of Capt. Samuel Wadsworth of Milton, who was slain in battle, by the Indians, at Sudbury 1676, and grandson of Christopher
Harwood. Hoar. Jeffries. Lidgett. Moodey. Morton. Newman. Parsons. Royall. Sewall. Shrimpton. Synimmes. Thomas. Tyng. Wharton. Willis. Woodbridge. Wooddrop. Vassall, 674, 5. Barron. Batchelder. Davis. Ellery. Lavicourt. Oliver. Phips. Royall. Russell. Vincent, 675. Moore. Wadswortih, 675, 6. Andros. Ashley. Bordman. Champney. Higginson. Parrott. Peirce. Stone. Stoughton. Terry. Wakeman, 676. Wales, 676. Ward, 676, 7. Bacon. Brigham. Burrage. Eames. Fuller. Gay. Greenwood. Hall. How. Jackson. Johnson. Kenrick. Lovering. Mattocks. Moore. Rice. Spring. Stone. Trowbridge. Williams. Wilson. Woods. Wyeth. Warland, 677, 8. Abbott. Barrett. Bates. Bean. Bigelow. Bird. Breed. Brown. Carter. Cutler. Darling. Farwell. Giles. Hill. Howe. Hunnewell.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
ll, J. F. Hendley, W. H. Wright, A. B. Lister, J. Yawn, Private J. D. Vaughan, W. S. Lancaster, M. H. Lancaster, James Singleton, J. M. Taylor, Joel Dorsey, T. H. Wooten. Co. G. Sergeant J. T. McCrary, Private R. G. Applewhite, J. J. Carpenter, Stephen Barefield, Private J. D. Jones, W. H. Mann, A. Y. McCrary, James Richardson, Private H. L. Grimes, J. A. Grissom, Private J. L. Shipp, J. N. Austin. Co. H. Private W. L. M. Alexander, J. Y. Irvin, Private John Terry, T. J. Askew. Co. I. 1st Sergeant W. T. Worn, Sergeant J. N. Thursby, Corporal J. S. Whigham, Private J. A. Bell, T. L. Billett, Private J. G. Brodwell, L. C. Draffin, James Pope, W. D. Taylor, M. M. Thomas. Co. K. Sergeant James Savage, N. D. Glaze, Private J. S. Tilman, John Chambliss, J. R. Haynes, Private A. C. Jones, J. E. Moreland, J. C. Aubry. A. W. Brown. I certify, on honor, that of the above number of men, there were present, actually armed and
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. Twenty-fifth Virginia Regiment. Co. A. Corporal W. P. Wilson, Private Joseph Paugh, Wm. J. Sharp, Private C. Hosey, James Sullivan. Co. D. Com. Sergeant Wm. J. Law, Qr.-Sergeant L. T. Hover, Corporal S. A. Brown, Private John M. Marshall, Joseph Hansbarger. Company E. Private Geo. W. Smith. Co. G. Corporal C. E. McCray, Private John A. McCartney. Company H. Private T. A. Dever. [14] Wil. Harper, Maj. Commanding 25th Va. Infantry. Twenty-first Virginia Regiment. Field and Staff. Ord. Sergeant Geo. A. Haynes, Hosp'l Steward Ira Blunt, Com. Sergeant R. W. Waldrop. Co. A. Sergeant R. R. Marshall, Private J. H. Harris. Co. C. Sergeant J. A. Crenshaw, Private J. L. Thompson. Co. D. Sergeant Wm. Denny, J. M. Wharton, Sergeant S. W. Cooke, Corporal P. P. Hudson. Co. E. Sergeant A. W. Dawson, Sergeant O. W. Moseley. Co. F. Corporal H. C. Tyree, Private J. T. Smith,