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chosen deacon of the ch. (provisionally) 8 Apr. 1841. Parker, Ebenezer, of Stoneham. m. Anna Williams, of Camb., 25 Oct. 1749—fee 20s. Anna—late Williams—was dism. from this ch. to Stoneham, 7 Williams—was dism. from this ch. to Stoneham, 7 Apr. 1754. Henry, of Woburn, m. Abigail Hutchinson, of Charlestown, 28 May, 1807. See Wyman, 728. John, of Brighton, m. Harriet Maria Green, 6 May, 1813. Lydia, of Lexington, m. Isaac Herrick, of B Apr. 1767—died in the birth. The father m. (1st) Abigail Hovey of Newton, and (2d) Experience Williams (Paige ). He d. here 23 Apr. 1803, a. 67. Experience d. 22 Sept. 1810, a. 55. Ebenezer, who 7 Apr. 1754. She was Anna Davies, pub. to Williams in 1738.—Paige. Josiah Wood, son of Mrs. Anna Williams, d. 17 Nov. 1742, a. 22. 3. Thomas, s. of John (1) and w. Sarah, adm. Pct. ch. at orga Pct. ch. 21 May, 1769, and had Elisha, b. 11, bap. 21 May, 1769. Wood, Josiah, son of Mrs. Anna Williams, d. 17 Nov. 1742, a. 22. Maria M., of Medford, m. Abram D. Tasker, 13 Sept. 1840. J
— interesting Tableauz Exhibition for the benefit of the sick soldiers — Railroad meeting, &c. [Special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Clarksville, Mecklenburg, Oct. 18th, 1861. On Tuesday evening last the ladies of our town and neighborhood enlivened the community by interesting tableaux for the benefit of the sick soldiers. The entertainment was exceedingly agreeable. The principal ladies under whose auspices the tableaux were in augurated are the Misses Carrington, Miss Anna Williams, Miss Anna Talley, Miss Wood, and several others whose names do not now occur to me. The receipts were fifty-three dollars, which amount is flattering to the young ladies, when the scarcity of material for an audience is taken into consideration. I presume that this money will be forwarded to the Young Men's Aid Society in Richmond, if it has not already gone. Yesterday the annual meeting of stockholders in the Roanoke Valley Railroad transpired in this town. Owing to the failur
Mayor's Court. --Before the Mayor, yesterday, the following cases were disposed of: Washington, slave of William Broocks, charged with having and receiving a lot of pork, butter, etc., supposed to have been stolen, was discharged, the accused having proved a clear title to said goods. Florence O'Neal, charged with trespassing on the premises of John Butler, and with being a deserter, was sent to the Provost-Marshal. Anna Williams, Mary Taylor and Mary Blankinship, charged with keeping a disorderly and evil- fame house, were each committed to jail in default of security for their good behavior. Martha, slave of James Royal, was charged with stealing four hundred and forty dollars in Confederate States notes and one dollar in silver, the property of some person unknown, knowing the same to have been stolen, and resisting Constable E. W. Robinson, who made the arrest. The offence having been committed beyond the corporate limits, the accused was sent to a count