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ort Sumter. Thomas N. Waul, Colonel of Waul's Texas Legion. Von Egloffstein, F. W., Mar. 13, 1865. Von Vegesack, E., Mar. 13, 1865. Vreeland, M. J., Mar. 13, 1865. Wade, Jas. F., Feb. 13, 1864. Wagner, Louis, Mar. 13, 1865. Waite, Charles, April 2, 1865. Waite, John M., Feb. 13, 1865. Wainwright, C. S., Aug. 1, 1864. Wainwright, W. P., Mar. 13, 1865. Walcutt, C. F., April 9, 1865. Walker, D. S., Mar. 13, 1865. Walker, F. A., Mar. 31, 1865. Walker, M. B., Mar. 27, 1865. Walker, Samuel, Mar. 13, 1865. Walker, Thos. M., July 5, 1865. Wallace, M. R. M., Mar. 13, 1865. Wangelin, Hugo, Mar. 13, 1865. Warner, D. B., Feb. 13, 1865. Ward. Durbin, Oct. 18, 1865. Ward, Geo. H., July 2, 1863. Ward, Henry C., Nov. 29, 1865. Ward, Lyman M., Mar. 13, 1865. Warner, A. J., Mar. 13, 1865. Warner, Edw. R., April 9, 1865. Warren, L. H., Mar. 13, 1865. Washburn, F., April 6, 1865. Washburn, G. A., Mar. 13, 1865. Wass, Ansell D., Mar. 13, 1865. Waters, L. H., June 18, 1865
bott Lawrence, John Lemist, Francis C. Lowell, Charles Lowell, Henry Lienow, Isaac Livermore, Isaac Mead, R. D. C. Merry, Isaac McLellan, Francis J. Oliver, Thomas H. Perkins, Jr. George W. Pratt, Isaac Parker, Samuel Pond, John Pierpont, Francis Parkman, Edward W. Payne, Josiah Quincy, Henry Rice, Ebenezer Rollins, E. A. Raymond, James Read, James Russell, Henry Robinson, John Randall, John P. Rice, John L. Russell, James Savage, James S. Savage, Lucius M. Sargent, Isaac Staples, Charles B. Shaw, P. R. L. Stone, Lemuel Stanwood, George C. Shattuck, Joseph Story, Henry B. Stone, Leonard Stone, Robert G. Shaw, Asahel Stearns, Jared Sparks, David A. Simmons, David Stone, Peter Thatcher, Joseph H. Thayer, Supply C. Thwing, Frederic Tudor, Charles Tappan, Benjamin F. White, Thomas Wiley, Abijah White, James Weld, Samuel Walker, Rufus Wyman, Thomas B. Wales, Samuel G. Williams, Samuel Whitwell, George Whittemore, Charles Wells.
jamin. Waters, Thomas. Watson, Jacob. Watson, Samuel. Watson, Samuel, 2d. Wetherbee, Jeremiad Weld, John. Wellington, Joel. Wheeler, Edward. Wheeler, John. Whipple, William J. Whitney, Abel. Whitney, Zaccheus. Wilde, Daniel. Willard, Abel. Willard, Charles. Williams, Amasa. Williams, John. Winthrop, William. Worcester, Joseph E Wyeth, Jacob. Wyeth, Job. Wyeth, Jonas. Wyeth, Jonas, 2d. White, Sewall. Wheelock, L. J. Walker, Edward. Winchester, William Wells, Thomas. Warner, Stephen. Wallace, James. Whitney, Stephen. Woodbury, John. Wyeth, Stephen. Wyman, William. York, Uriah. For nearly two hundred years after its foundation, Cambridge increased very slowly in population and wealth. Most of the inhabitants were employed in agriculture and ordinary handicraft. The New England Glass Company, established about 1814, and sundry soap factories, represented almost the entire manufact
1), m. Lydia, dau. of Deac. Samuel Cooper, 26 Dec. 1706, and had John, b. 2 Nov. 1707; Mary, b. 3 Mar. 1709-10, m. John Walker 28 Oct. 1731; Lydia, b. 22 Aug. 1712, m. Jonathan Wellington of Weston Jan. 1730-31; Kezia, b. 17 Ap. 1715, m. Deac. Josct. 1650; Bethia, b. m. Cohn Johnson, 28 Ap. 1657; Israel, b. 1642, m. Mary Kendall, d. 29 June 1711; Sarah, b.——, m. Samuel Walker 10 Sept. 1662; Rebecca, b.——;, m. Joseph Winn, and d. in 1734. William the f. with his w. and the four younger chil.. of Gregory (2), m. Mary, wid. of Richard Ward, and dau. of John Moore of Sudbury, and had Mary, b. 21 Mar. 1643-4, m.—— Walker; Sarah, b. 22 Sept. 1645, m.——Edmands; Daniel, b. 2 Jan. 1646-7, prob. d. young; Elizabeth, b. 1 Jan. 1648-9, prob. d. m. Joseph Cooke 7 June 1739; Thankful, b. 17 Dec. 1721, m. Ebenezer Richards 24 Dec. 1741; Mary, b. 2 Jan. 1722-3, m. Samuel Walker 20 Dec. 1750; Sarah, b. 19 Nov. 1725; John, b. 9 Aug. 1727. 3. John, prob. s. of Ebenezer (2), m. Mercy
1661; Nathaniel, bap. 16 Nov. 1662, living in 1704; James, bap. 13 Dec. 1663; a child (name worn off) bap. 4 Aug. 1667; Jonathan, b. 19 Jan. 1677-8, d. 11 Oct. 1681; John, b. about 1680, d. 16 Jan. 1681-2; Jonathan, b. 3 May 1682; Sarah, b. 28 Aug. 1686, living in 1704. John the f. d. 24 Nov. 1704, a. 77. His w. Elizabeth was living in 1717. 2. Jonathan, s. of John (1), m. Lydia, dau. of Deac. Samuel Cooper, 26 Dec. 1706, and had John, b. 2 Nov. 1707; Mary, b. 3 Mar. 1709-10, m. John Walker 28 Oct. 1731; Lydia, b. 22 Aug. 1712, m. Jonathan Wellington of Weston Jan. 1730-31; Kezia, b. 17 Ap. 1715, m. Deac. Joseph Loring of Lex., pub. 2 Nov. 1735; Hannah, b. 27 Feb. 1717-18, m. Thomas Goddard 3 Jan. 1738-9; Sarah, b. Dec. 1720, d. 21 Jan. 1720-21; Jonathan, b. and d. 16 Feb. 1721-2; Jonathan, b. and d. 23 Oct. 1723; all, except the last three, living in 1742, at the date of their father's will. His w. Lydia d. at Weston 18 Ap. 1740, and he m. Hannah——, who survived him. Jonatha
at Boston on the 6th of the next October. He res. successively at Dorchester, Scituate (where he was Constable in 1644), and Brookline until 1648, when he bought a farm in Woburn. His chil. b. in England, were George, b. 1629; Ralph, b. 1630, m. Mary Pierce, d. 4 Jan. 1711-12; Justice, b. 1633, prob. d. young; and in New England, Abigail, b. 1635, m. Francis Wyman 2 Oct. 1650; Bethia, b. m. Cohn Johnson, 28 Ap. 1657; Israel, b. 1642, m. Mary Kendall, d. 29 June 1711; Sarah, b.——, m. Samuel Walker 10 Sept. 1662; Rebecca, b.——;, m. Joseph Winn, and d. in 1734. William the f. with his w. and the four younger chil. returned to England and d. at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, a. 69; administration, with the will annexed, was granted to his wife Mabel by Oliver Cromwell, the last day of October 1656. She returned to Woburn with her children, and m. Henry Somers 21 Nov. 1661, whom she survived, and died at the house of her son George, 5 June 1690, a. 85. 2. George, s. of William (1), m. El
en children survived. A large posterity of Elder Stone remains in Framingham, and in the region round about. 4. Daniel, s. of Gregory (2), m. Mary, wid. of Richard Ward, and dau. of John Moore of Sudbury, and had Mary, b. 21 Mar. 1643-4, m.—— Walker; Sarah, b. 22 Sept. 1645, m.——Edmands; Daniel, b. 2 Jan. 1646-7, prob. d. young; Elizabeth, b. 1 Jan. 1648-9, prob. d. young; Abigail, b. 28 Ap. 1653, m.——Keach. Daniel the f. was a physician, or as styled on sundry records, Chirurgeon, and re. 1716-17, m. Samuel Child of Dudley 24 Oct. 1734; Abigail, b. 24 July 1718, d. 14 July 1736; Elizabeth, b. 12 Feb. 1719-20, m. Joseph Cooke 7 June 1739; Thankful, b. 17 Dec. 1721, m. Ebenezer Richards 24 Dec. 1741; Mary, b. 2 Jan. 1722-3, m. Samuel Walker 20 Dec. 1750; Sarah, b. 19 Nov. 1725; John, b. 9 Aug. 1727. 3. John, prob. s. of Ebenezer (2), m. Mercy Norcross; s 3 May 1750, and had Mary, b. 29 Ap. 1752, m. Silas Robbins 7 May 1772; Nathaniel, b. 14 Dec. 1755; John, b. 13 Ap. 17
Smith. Soden. Stearns. Stone. Viles. Walker. Wetmore. Whitmore. Winship. Wyeth. letary. Stone. Teel. Tufts. Twadell. Walker. Wallace. Wheeler. Whittemore. Wigglesw. Goddard. Loring. Prentice. Waldin. Walker. Wellington. Woodhead. Green, 567-9. BaScott. Seaver. Stone. Swett. Tapley. Walker. Watson. Wheat. Willis. Wilson. Wincage. Gibbs. Jones. Parker. Stratton. Walker. Warland. Whitney. Wiswall. Wyman. Pdd. Tufts. Tyng. Underwood. Waldron. Walker. Ware. Warland. Warren. Watson. Wearussell. Sawyer. Somers. Stone. Tidd. Walker. Winn. Winship. Wyman. Redding, 639. k. Stearns. Stow. Trowbridge. Tufts. Walker. Ward. Warner. Wellington. Whipple. Norcross. Palmer. Richards. Robbins. Walker. Streeter, 666, 7. Sears. Swan, 667, 8.
as one of the incidents of army life, in which a high sense of honor forbids a stain or offers to efface it with blood. As gallant a soldier and kindly a gentleman as ever fought for the defense of his home here lost his life, and the Confederacy was deprived of one of its most accomplished defenders through the officious partisanship of over-zealous friends. Generals Walker and Marmaduke were educated in the military academy at West Point. The first named was a brother of J. Knox and Samuel Walker, bankers and business men of Memphis, Tenn. J. Knox Walker had been private secretary of James K. Polk, his uncle, when President of the United States. Marmaduke was the son of a former governor of Missouri. He forever sincerely deplored the unhappy altercation. To a gentleman with whom, as a member of General Hindman's staff, he had been associated, but who was absent at the time of the duel, he said: How I prayed for you to be here. If you had been present, that meeting would neve
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.26 (search)
notes of his father, page 147, as follows: Supporting and participating in part in the last charge which was made upon the artillery by any arms of the Army of Northern Virginia, they cheered their comrades of the 14th Virginia, led by gallant Captain E. E. Bouldin, of the Charlotte Troop, returning with two twelve-pound brass guns, wrested from General Sheridan while the terms of surrender were being signed. (Note.—In this last charge the brave young Color-Bearer, James Wilson, and Samuel Walker, of Company H, 14th Virginia Cavalry, both from Rockbridge county, laid down their lives, the last men to fall in battle in the Army of Northern Virginia.) In this connection—and we would invite the attention of all comrades to it—we learned last year, through the appearance in the Suffolk (Va.) Herald of a private letter to a friend, written by our Adjutant, Major Joseph Van Holt Nash, that he had been gathering data—facts, and incidents of merit illustrative of the service and ach
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