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tombstone bears testimony to her faithful performance of the difficult duties of a step-mother. Here lies buried Hannah Hubert, the loving wife of James Hubert, a tender and loving mother to his children; careful of their souls and bodies, loving and faithful, diligent and prudent; who departed this life in sweet peace the 24th day of November 1690, aged about 48. Martha, m. Noah Champney 16 Oct. 1725. Martha, m. Reuben Prentice 1 Mar. 1757. Mary, m. Thomas Durant 25 Dec. 1758. Elizabeth Williams, dau. of William and Elizabeth, b. 24 Dec. 1776. Benjamin, d. 12 Oct. 1797. Hudson, George (variously written Hodson, Hutson, Hodchen, Huchen, Hutchens, Hutchins, w. Jane, had Joseph, b. 28 Dec. 1639; Luke, b. 6 Ap. 1644; Anna, b. 30 Sept. 16145; Abiah, b. 3 Ap. 1618; Barbara, perhaps a dau., d. 14 Feb. 1640. George the f. res. on the southerly side of South Street, between Dunster and Brighton streets. 2. Daniel, a mason, rem. here from Lancaster, about 1672, and res. on the
tombstone bears testimony to her faithful performance of the difficult duties of a step-mother. Here lies buried Hannah Hubert, the loving wife of James Hubert, a tender and loving mother to his children; careful of their souls and bodies, loving and faithful, diligent and prudent; who departed this life in sweet peace the 24th day of November 1690, aged about 48. Martha, m. Noah Champney 16 Oct. 1725. Martha, m. Reuben Prentice 1 Mar. 1757. Mary, m. Thomas Durant 25 Dec. 1758. Elizabeth Williams, dau. of William and Elizabeth, b. 24 Dec. 1776. Benjamin, d. 12 Oct. 1797. Hudson, George (variously written Hodson, Hutson, Hodchen, Huchen, Hutchens, Hutchins, w. Jane, had Joseph, b. 28 Dec. 1639; Luke, b. 6 Ap. 1644; Anna, b. 30 Sept. 16145; Abiah, b. 3 Ap. 1618; Barbara, perhaps a dau., d. 14 Feb. 1640. George the f. res. on the southerly side of South Street, between Dunster and Brighton streets. 2. Daniel, a mason, rem. here from Lancaster, about 1672, and res. on the
and stealing $3,500 worth of watches, was called, but likewise continued for additional testimony. When this party was being carried to the cage of Monday, the Delias saw him trying to get rid of some articles on his person, and on searching him found eight of Mr. Pearce's watches concealed about his person. Edward Drew, a free negro, was ordered ten lashes for going about the city without his free papers. David, slave of Mary A, Smith, was ordered 30 lashes for associating with Elizabeth Williams a dissolute white female. John, slave of Mary E. Holmes was committed as a runaway to be called for by his owner. Benjamin F. Moore, arrested for getting drunk and lying on the payment of Main street, was admonished and let off. John Pederford, a free negro, charged with stealing two blankets, worth $5, from Robert Sumpkid, was ordered twenty lashes. Vincent, slave of Maynard Stafford, was ordered five lashes for perambulating the streets with a suspicious pass.
Liquor seized. --Maj. Griswold's detectives, (Messrs. Burke and Williams,) seized on Saturday six barrels of whiskey, belonging to a grocery keeper named Joseph Stuckenbery, opposite the County Court-House, Main st. He was charged with violating the proclamation of martial law prohibiting the introduction of liquor in the city without a permit.
The Daily Dispatch: May 5, 1863., [Electronic resource], Seizure of a Confederate gunboat at Liverpool.--a shipyard under Surveilllance. (search)
Arrests. --The city police yesterday arrested Davy, slave of Nancy Rowlett, for threatening to kill Elizabeth Williams; Alice Saunders for being found drunk in a passage way; John Harding and William Johnson for fighting in the street.
The Daily Dispatch: May 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Yankees in Goochland and Louisa. (search)
Mayor's Court. --The proceedings of this Court yesterday were entirely void of interest. Davy, slave of Mary Rowlett, was ordered a backing for threatening to kill Elizabeth Williams, a white woman. John Harding and William Johnson were required to give security for engaging in a mutual rencontre on Main street.