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no. Taylor, Wm. Humbey, Died since muster out. Jas. J. Muldoon, Died since muster out. Jas. Heywood, Taken prisoner. Cornelius Slattery, Died since muster out. Otis S. Neale, Received a warrant, later. Jno. Copeland, Discharged for disability. Jno. Carroll, Discharged for disability. Wm. Hanscom, Calvin Currier, Killed or died in hospital. Geo. Howe, Discharged for disability. Harry Marsh, Discharged for disability. Henry Carpenter, Died since muster out. Stephen Tucker, Discharged for disability. Died since muster out. Chas. Poore, Died since muster out.. A. Johnson, Wm. F. Ward, Henry R. Jenkins, Martin Barry, Discharged for disability. Jno. Kelly, Chas. G. Milliken, Killed or died in hospital. Benj. Brooks, Robt. G. Small, Robt. Macdonald, Taken prisoner. Died since muster out. Robt. Reade, Jas. S. Gordon, Edwin W. Pratt. Third section—centre. Lieut. Jacob Federhen, Commanding. Wounded. (Senior 1st Lieut., Dec., 1862
Samuel Russell. Jacob Sanderson. William Sanger. John Savage. Richard Seaver. Joseph Shaw. John Sherrin. Ebenezer Simonds. James Simson. John Smith. Blake Sparhawk. Noah Sparhawk. Convers Spring. Jonathan Stanley. Joseph Stanley. Jotham Staple. John Stearns. Robert Steward . Samuel Stimson. Amos Stone. David Stone. John Stone. Aaron Swan. George Swan. Stephen Symmes. Amos Taylor. John Tidd. Joseph Trask. Stephen Tucker. Ebenezer Tufts. John Tufts. Jonathan Tufts. Nathan Tufts. Nathaniel Tufts. Samuel Tufts. George Turner. Wait Turner. Elijah Tuttle. Joseph Tuttle. John Vertys. John Vila. Thomas Wait. Edward Walker. Israel Walton. William Warland. Daniel Watson. Isaac Watson. William Watson. Ezra Welch. John Welch. Elijah Weld. Henry Weld. Job Wetherell. Thomas Wheeler. Andrew White. James White. John Whiting. Andrew
Graves. Phillips. Stedman. Bradish, 496, 7. Ford. Gibbs. Green. Marrett. Morrill. Morse. Oliver. Rice. Sewall. Stanhope. Tucker. Wood. Bradshaw, 498. Bowers. Cooke. Hall. Mitchelson. Russell. Bradstreet, 498, 9. Capen. Cotton. Downing. Dudley. Epes. s. Paine. Parker. Plummer. Quincy. Savage. Sewall. Sherman. Smith. Stone. Stratton. Swan. Thompson. Thornton. Thwing. Tucker. Tyng. Whalley. Whiting. Gould, 566. Gove, 566, 7. Aspinwall. Batson. Cooper. Goddard. Loring. Prentice. Waldin. Walker. Cooke. Cromwell. Downing. Eaton. Greenhill. Hayman. Holman. Hooker. Leverett. Lynde. Mitchell. Pond. Quincy. Touteville. Tucker. Tyng. Wigglesworth. Sherborne, 654. Mitchelson. Shepard. Sill, 655. Belcher. Green. Hicks. Pynchon. Simonds, 655. Tidd. Si
Iron fence enclosure completed May, 1863 Stone bridge across the pond completed, June 1, 1867 A garden of statues, shrubbery, plants and flowers, 1880 Building, Supt. Freeman Cushman, appointed, Apr. 19, 1841 Samuel C. Nottage, appointed Apr. 25, 1853 James C. Tucker, appointed, Feb. 29, 1864 Land, Supt. James Jackson, appointed, Nov. 2, 1829 Abner Bourne, appointed, May 1, 1837 Joel Wheeler, appointed, June 21, 1847 John McAllister, appointed, May 15, 1848 Stephen Tucker, appointed, Feb. 5, 1850 Public Land, Supt. Robert W. Hall, appointed, Apr. 30, 1855 Q. Quakers Begin to be punished for their religious belief, 1655 Severe laws passed to punish them, 1656 Several were hanged for their profession, 1658 Three are whipped, and have their ears cut off, 1658 Several imprisoned, and fed on bread and water, 1677 Were allowed to attend their own meetings, 1737 Have a Church in Quaker lane, 1780 Church and burials removed t
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
e J. M. Gibbs, D. H. Stovall, J. L. Vaughan. Co. F. 4th Sergeant E. C. Sanders, 5th Sergeant J. E. Batts, 2d Corporal J. M. Winstead, 3d Corporal J. H. Grantt, Private J. A. Wheeler, W. M. Brown, G. W. Tarpley. Co. G. Private S. Tucker. Co. H. Private W. T. Benson, J. J. Davis, T. Giggs, T. J. Ham, Private R. F. Justis, H. A. Justis, H. J. Daniel. [52] Twenty-fifth Tennessee Regiment. Co. A. Private Andrew White. Co. B. Private J. M. Richardson. C E. Pate, D. Powell, Private A. Cunningham, W. N. Curry, H. R. Curry, J. T. Hamlin, Hosiah Grooms, N. C. Hasty, G. W. Hodge, W. E. Hollinsworth, Aaron Johnson, John Mullens, Henry Pinder, T. W. Potter, Young Shelly, Stephen Tucker, Rufus Veal, A. J. Ward, R. W. Alley, John Barfield, M. W. Bright, A. J. Billings, Jesse Clemings, Jr., C. W. Dennis, J. L. Daniel, W. T. Flowers, N. Frazier, A. Fuller, T. N. Hall, G. W. Hammons, S. K. Horry, J. J. Jo
from the latest history of Middlesex County. Charles Darwin Elliot, son of Joseph and Zenora (Tucker) Elliot, was born in Foxboro, Mass., June 20, 1837. Among Mr. Elliot's ancestors were Major Eed, at Mt. Holly, Vt., December 24, 1835, Zenora, daughter of Stephen, Jr., and Sibil (Lawrence) Tucker. He built and settled in Foxboro Centre; he moved thence to Wrentham, from there to Malden, andev. Thomas Whittemore, editor of the Trumpet, who was a frequent visitor in his home. Zenora (Tucker) Elliot, mother of Charles D. Elliot, was born in Mt. Holly, Vt., February 10, 1809, and died whsoldiers' relief work. She was a respected member of several organizations. Her father, Stephen Tucker, Jr., was son of Captain Stephen and Abigail (Newell) Tucker. He was born in Charlestown, MasTucker. He was born in Charlestown, Mass., February 14, 1764, and died in Mt. Holly, Vt., December 26, 1828. During the burning of Charlestown, June 17, 1775, his mother fled with her children across the neck to Medford, constantly threat
Elliot, Nancy Maria, 54. Elliot, Sarah Elizabeth, 54. Elliot, Timothy, 54. Elliot, Zenora (Tucker), 53, 55. Elm House, 34. Emory, —, 65, 66. English Union, The, 52. Enneking, John J., 26Farm, 50, 51. Texas, 81. Townsend, Mass., 2, 3, 4. Townsend, Vt., 25. Trumpet, The, 55. Tucker, Abigail (Newell), 55. Tucker, Sibil (Laurence), 55. Tucker, Captain, Stephen, 55. TuckerTucker, Sibil (Laurence), 55. Tucker, Captain, Stephen, 55. Tucker, Stephen, Jr., 55, 56. Tucker, Zenora, 55. Tufts, Ann Adams, 5. Tufts, Benjamin, 5. Tufts, Charles, 17, 62, 63. Tufts College, 15, 17, 73. Tufts, Elizabeth Perry, 6. Tufts, John, 5. Tufts, Tucker, Captain, Stephen, 55. Tucker, Stephen, Jr., 55, 56. Tucker, Zenora, 55. Tufts, Ann Adams, 5. Tufts, Benjamin, 5. Tufts, Charles, 17, 62, 63. Tufts College, 15, 17, 73. Tufts, Elizabeth Perry, 6. Tufts, John, 5. Tufts, Mary, 6. Tufts, Mary Pierce, 6. Tufts, Nathan, 14, 51. Tufts, Nathaniel, 6. Tufts, Peter, 5, 6. Tufts, Captain, Peter, 6. Tufts, Samuel, 7. Tufts, Timothy, 7. Turner, Rev., Edward, 43. TurnerTucker, Stephen, Jr., 55, 56. Tucker, Zenora, 55. Tufts, Ann Adams, 5. Tufts, Benjamin, 5. Tufts, Charles, 17, 62, 63. Tufts College, 15, 17, 73. Tufts, Elizabeth Perry, 6. Tufts, John, 5. Tufts, Mary, 6. Tufts, Mary Pierce, 6. Tufts, Nathan, 14, 51. Tufts, Nathaniel, 6. Tufts, Peter, 5, 6. Tufts, Captain, Peter, 6. Tufts, Samuel, 7. Tufts, Timothy, 7. Turner, Rev., Edward, 43. Turner, Captain, William, 53. Tyler, Mary E., 26, 30, 31. Tyler, Columbus, 25, 27. Underwood, James, 42, 48. Union Flag Unfurled, 52. Union Ladies' Soldiers' Aid Society, 82. Union, Rock County, W