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Charles A. Nelson , A. M., Waltham, past, present and its industries, with an historical sketch of Watertown from its settlement in 1630 to the incorporation of Waltham, January 15, 1739. 12 2 Browse Search
Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 8 2 Browse Search
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Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Additional Sketches Illustrating the services of officers and Privates and patriotic citizens of South Carolina. (search)
geon, P. A. C. S., and assigned to duty at Manassas Junction, where he served on the staff of Dr. Williams, medical director of General Johnston's army. He was subsequently on duty as assistant surgeC. Butler commanding, and Private Perry was elected first lieutenant of Company K, under Capt. Leonard Williams. He participated in all the skirmishes, battles, campaigns and raids of his regiment, am camp, U. C. V. By his marriage in 1880 to Sarah McBee, he has six children living. Captain Leonard Williams, a gallant South Carolina cavalryman of the Confederacy, was born in Newberry county, December 15, 1823, son of Davis and Nancy (Andrews) Williams. His mother's father was a soldier of the Revolution, as was also one of her grandfathers, Lochley Leonard, who lost his life at the battle of Hays Station. Captain Williams was graduated at the South Carolina college in 1844, after which he taught school nine years and then embarked in mercantile business at Greenville. In June, 1861,
ed soon after his settlement over the church in 1723. After his death his widow and son, Dr. Leonard Williams, occupied it. The latter died in 1799, and Mr. Lyman purchased the estate. The frame of ticle in the warrant for the precinct meeting was considering the Difficultys of the Reverand Mr. Williams for want of a Servant, to know their minds whether they will Grant him a sum of money to Purced to have a pair of Curtains at 2 of the Meeting-house windows to prevent the sun shining in Mr. Williams's Eye and hurting his sight. There is an account on file for 1742 of sums, amounting to moing of the grievances the colonists labor under, and Jonas Dix, Esq., Captain Abijah Brown, Leonard Williams, Esq., and Deacon Isaac Stearns were appointed a committee to draw up a vote in answer and report. September 30, 1774, Captain Abijah Brown, Leonard Williams, Esq., and Captain Jonathan Brewer were appointed a committee to draft instructions to their Representative respecting the several
Currency, Continental, 77, 105. Curtains at two meeting-house windows, 98. Cushing, Rev., Jacob, ordained, 74; death of, 77: character and influence, 78; his papers sold to Peter Force of Washington, 111 n. 2. Cushing: Rev. Job, 77; Leonard Williams, 88; Warham, 86. Customs of the people, 58. Cutstomach obtains a gun, 59-60, Cutting Tavern (the), 83. Cutting, Richard, 39, 83, 97. Cutting, Uriah, Jr., projector of the mill-dam, 97 n. 1. Dam, original, across Charles River goes beyond England in food, 57. Willard, Maj., goes to relieve Groton, 61. William the Conqueror, 67. Williams, Rev., Elisha, preaches for Second Religious Society (1812), 109. Williams, Rev., John, of Deerfield, 56 n. 3. Williams, Dr., Leonard, 91, 96, 100. Williams, Roger, prevents an alliance between the Pequots and Narragansetts, 42. Williams, Rev. Warham ordained, 56; salary, 73; wants town to buy him a negro boy, 98; death of, 74. Willow near cotton factory, 130 n.