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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1849. (search)
camp again, with a good regiment and well equipped. We are in General Prentiss's Division (twelve regiments), and I command the leading brigat that the army was in great danger of a surprise, and sent to General Prentiss on Saturday afternoon for permission to send out a scouting pahad been made in good order. While the brigade was forming, General Prentiss rode up to Everett, and reprimanded him as follows: You have bt precisely appropriate, and appears rather intended to remind General Prentiss of some previous conversation, in which Everett had in vain enbeen differently received. The right of the division, under General Prentiss, was captured en masse. Colonel Peabody's brigade received an Acting Brigadier-General, and commanding the First Brigade of General Prentiss's division, was killed on the morning of the 6th of April, whiuer gentleman has not laid down his life for his country. General Prentiss's division was the first in the fight, and it sustained severe
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1859. (search)
s. There was hardly a hope from the first; and on Saturday, May 14th, at ten minutes before two P. M., he breathed his last. His father writes, His life seemed to us a finished one and grieve for him we never could. We grieve and have grieved for ourselves. Francis Custis Hopkinson Private 44th Mass. Vols. (Infantry), September 12, 1862; died at Newbern, N. C., February 13, 1863, of disease contracted in the service. Francis Custis, the oldest son of Thomas and Corinna (Prentiss) Hopkinson, was born at Keene, New Hampshire, June 11, 1838. His father was Judge of the Massachusetts Court of Common Pleas, and resided in Lowell, Massachusetts, and there Frank passed his childhood. A playmate of his at that time says:— We used always to look up to Frank as being of a different make from the rest of us. As children, we all freely acknowledged his intellectual superiority. His tastes were more mature than ours, and his habits certainly more scholarly. While we w
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, Biographical Index. (search)
. Plumb, Rev. Mr., II. 231. Pope, John, Maj.-Gen , I. 26, 124;, 218, 244, 267, 425; II. 50, 94;, 128, 134, 169, 217, 259, 309. Porter, Fitz-John, Maj.-Gen., II. 64, 65;,167, 168, 169, 170, 217, 337, 338, 383. Porter, G. D., II. 304. Porter, Joshua, Dr., I. 90. Porter, Peter Augustus, Col., Memoir, L 87-98. Porter, Peter B., Maj.-Gen., I. 90, 406;. Potter, E. E., Brig.-Gen., II. 393. Potter, W. J., Rev., II. 262. Pratt, Dr., I. 205. Pratt, Marion, I. 126. Prentiss, Brig.-Gen., I. 163, 164;, 165. Prescott, Harriet E., II. 313. Prevaux, Rev. Mr., II. 263. Price, S., Gen. (Rebel service), I. 159,160. Prime, S. S., Lieut., II. 9, 10;. Pryor, Roger A., Brig.-Gen. (Rebel service), I. 231. Putnam, W. L., Lieut., I 56, 398, 399, 419, 424; II. 165. Putnam, George, Rev., I. 304. Q. Quincy, S. M., Col., II. 146. Quint, A. H., Rev., I. 263, 267;, 269, 270, 271. R. Raines, J. S., Gen. (Rebel service), 1. 159. Randall, A. A.,