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Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909, Company E, 39th Massachusetts Infantry, in the Civil War.—(Iv.) (search)
It then left the rear, and took a position (still on the railroad) one-half mile in front of Duchesne, and one mile from the Globe Tavern. October 26. The Regiment moved to the left and garrisoned Fort Conahey. The whole army made a reconnoisance in force to Hatcher's Run. October 31. Having returned from the Run, the Regiment resumed its position in line near Fort Wadsworth. November 5. Lieutenant-Colonel Tremlett (major of the Thirty-ninth) returned from draft-rendezvous, Boston Harbor, and took command of the Regiment, relieving Nelson. December 1. The state colors, borne by the Regiment since leaving home, were returned to the adjutant-general because they were too worn for use. December 5. The Regiment moved to the rear line, where the Fifth Corps was being massed, and went into camp. December 7. The Corps started on a march on Jerusalem Plank Road, the Thirty-ninth taking the advance of the Infantry. After marching south some eighteen miles, the Nottow
53 Rev. Thomas Prentice had disposed of more than seventy acres of the original grant for £ 443. Much of the property remained within the Prentice family. In 1773 Johns Hutchinson, whose descendants at the present time own all but about ten acres of the original grant, made his first purchase from the Brigham tract, paying Henry Prentice, an uncle of the Rev. Thomas, £ 50, 13s. 4d. for nine and one-half acres on In olden times this was a favorite sighting point for vessels making Boston Harbor, as it was heavily wooded and Arlington Heights was not.Turkey Hill—the first mention of this name in the deeds. John Hutchinson owned and occupied the Nowell-Broughton-Gardner farm of about seventy acres adjoining on the Charlestown side of the line, and at his death in 1783 had acquired, also, some forty acres of the Brigham place. In 1817 his son Thomas6, to whom the farm later descended, bought twenty-two and one-half acres more, twenty of which were Brigham land, of Daniel Reed, o
Institute, Columbia, S. C., 31. Bennett, Adeline Frances, 69. Bennett, Clark, 40, 69, 75. Bennett, Hannah, 69. Bennett, Lydia, 48. Bennett, Oscar F., 48. Benz, August, 12. Berwick Bay, 53, 54. Berwick City, 54, 55. Beverly, Mass., 3. Bisland, Battle of, 55. Black's Station, 11. Blanchard, Catherine, 31, 32. Blanchard, Nathan, 29. Block House, The, 25. Boardman, Andrew, Esq., 63. Bodge, George A., 12. Bolton, John T., 13. Boston, Mass., 5. Boston Commandery, 72. Boston Harbor, 6, 90. Boston and Lowell Railroad, 73. Botanical Garden, 89. Bowdoin College, 34. Bowdoinham, Me., 31. Bowman, Mrs. Selwyn Z., 32. Bow Street, 31. Boynton Plank Road, 9. Boynton, William F., 13, 19. Bradford Academy, 32. Bradford, Nancy, 71, 72. Bradford, Governor, William, 72. Bradish, John, 90. Bradshaw, Sergeant, 3. Brashear City, 52, 54, 57. Brastow School, 24. Brattleboro, Vt., 34. Bridgewater, Mass., 31. Brigham Family, The, 86. Brigham Farm on Ye Rock