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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 5 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
. L. Private H. Harmon,Co. G. G. Linkous,Zzz=Co. G. J. Snider,Co. E. J. B. Rutledge,Co. L. L. R. Shanks,Co. B. J. H. Sowders,Co. G. J. C. Wilmoth,Co. B. Jno. Wilson,Co. E. Sergeant Wm. Vickers,Co. C. A. J. Pierce,Co. A. J. Fudge,Co. I. Private Wm. Barber,Co. D. E. Boyd,Co. C. D. C. Crowl,Zzz=Co. C. Priv'te Wm. Cole,CQuinby, F. M. Sampey, G. G. Sampey, Henry C. Stearnes, John Stuckey, J. W. Stuckey, Phillip C. Shaver, Henry C. Thomas, P. C. Wheelow, G. W. Wilson, Jno. Wilson, G. A. Wood. Co. F. 2d Sergeant Allen V. Walls, Private G. M. Adcock, D. S. Black, C. C. Elgin, W. F. Harner, A. G. McKennerly, Private J. W. T. Mee 2d Sergeant J. P. Patterson, 5th Sergeant W. T. Crawford, Private L. O. Miller, J. C. Lambert, T. A. Smith. Co. G. 1st Sergeant Jno. Hilton, 2d Sergeant Jno. Wilson, 1st Corporal J. J. Jarvis, Private L. Battles, J. D. Brown, A. J. Davis, R. M. Gay, S. E. Hayden, Private A. J. Hall, B. F. Kiker, Levi Keith,
he led off his company to the scene of danger. Between nine and ten, the number of Americans on the rising ground above Concord bridge had increased to more than four hundred. Of these there were twenty-five minute men from Bedford, with Jonathan Wilson for their captain; others were from Westford, among them Thaxter, a preacher; others from Littleton, from Carlisle, and from Chelmsford. The Acton company came last, and formed on the right. The whole was a gathering not so much of officeruers. The men from Woburn came up in great numbers, and well armed. Along these defiles, eight of the British were left. Here Pitcairn was forced to quit his horse, which was taken with his pistols in their holsters. A little further on, Jonathan Wilson, captain of the Bedford minute men, too zealous to keep on his guard, was killed by a flanking party. At another defile in Lincoln, the minute men of Lexington, commanded by John Parker, renewed the fight. Every piece of wood, every rock b
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 24., The Indians of the Mystic valley and the litigation over their land. (search)
of Squa Sachem X the mark of Web Cowet O Subscribed in the presence off Jno. Humphery Robert Feake This is to testifie that the aforenamed purchase was made at the charges of the Inhabitants of Charlestowne and to their use, and for so much as lyeth within their limitts we do accordingly resign and yield up all our interest therein to the use of the said town according to the trust reposed in us. Dec. 18, 1639 10th. mo. 18th. 1639 Jno. Winthrop Govrnr Increase Nowell Jno. Wilson Oct. 23, 1656 Entered & Recorded 23th 8 mo. 1656 by Thos. Danforth Recorder. The last clause of this deed is more fully explained in this affidavit of John Wilson in 1662: Middlesex co. Ct. Files 1662 Gleason V. Norton & Al These may serve to certify whomsoever they may concern that whereas I undeawritten together with the Honord Mr Jno. Winthrop & Mr Increase Nowell both deceased have sett my hand unto a certain writing wherein wee resigned up all our interest that wee ha