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Historic leaves, volume 8, April, 1909 - January, 1910, Address of F. M. Hawes at Memorial service October 31, 1909. (search)
as the Rebels still held the intervening territory. The following will not be out of place here: Mrs. Elliot was born in Union, Rock county, Wis., November 23, 1843. She was a teacher in one of the grammar schools of New Orleans, and secretary of the Union Ladies' Soldiers' Aid Society of that city, of which her mother (Mrs. Hyer) was president. This was one of the first organizations of the kind in the Southern states. Mrs. Elliot's own father was David Ring, Jr., who was born in Sumner, Me., April 7, 1801, and died in Wisconsin in June, 1874. He married, June 24, 1824, Mary, daughter of John, Jr., and Mary (Urann) Spencer. She was born in Bangor, Me., in 1806, and died in Wisconsin October 13, 1846. Mr. and Mrs. Elliot were married by Rev. F. E. R. Chubbuck, post chaplain and officiating clergyman at Christ Church, New Orleans. This was a double wedding, the other couple being George Hay Brown, one of the photographers belonging to the Engineer Corps, and Miss Lizzie Saka
an, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 18. Stone, Lucy, 7, 10. Stone, Lydia, 8, 12, 13. Stone, Martha, 8, 11. Stone, Mary, 5, 7, 8, 9, 14. Stone, Nathaniel, 7. Stone, Nathaniel Tufts, 11, 14, 18. Stone, Samuel, 2, 4. Stone, Sarah (Rand), 18. Stone, Seth, 4, 5. Stone, Simon, 1. Stone, Susanna, 5. Stone, Symond, 1. Stone, Thomas Jefferson, 8, 13. Storer, Rev., Seth, 2. Story, Hon., Isaac, 62. Stoughton, Mass., 23, 45. Sturtevant, Richard H., 12. Suffolk, The, 81. Summer Street, 6, 25. Sumner, Me., 82. Sutton, Mass., 22. Swan, George, 46. Swan, James, 44, 45. Swan, Reuben, 44, 45. Swan, Samuel, 23. Swan, Samuel (or Richard), 46. Swansea, Mass., 53. Sycamore Street, 82. Taunton, Mass., 53. Taunton North Purchase, 53. Taylor, —, 66. Teel, Emeline, 46. Teel, Horatio, 46. Teel, Louisa, 46. Teel, Ruth, 45. Teel, Samuel P., 43. Teel, Thomas E., 46. Ten Hills Farm, 50, 51. Texas, 81. Townsend, Mass., 2, 3, 4. Townsend, Vt., 25. Trumpet, The, 55. Tucker, Ab
men who own property in the city, whose anxious faces were painful to look upon.--From remarks that fell from them, I inferred that they had not the least doubt of Carolina's going out of the Union, but felt sure she would come back again. Do they not delude themselves? When I saw the grey head, the firm, strong face of Crittenden, it seemed to me that there was hope so long as one such man of the patriotic olden time remained to lift his monitory voice for peace. But when I looked at Sumner, in purple frock coat, grey vest and pantaloons, laying back affectedly in his seat, and beheld Seward in close confab with his fellow Republicans, and, above all, when I saw Hale standing back of the seats, with his hands in his pockets, looking down on the Senators as one having authority — when I beheld this, my hopes fell. Hunter, and Bayard of Delaware, sat together on one of the sofas, in earnest converse. Let us hope that if we of the South are compelled to go out of the Union, that