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Historic leaves, volume 4, April, 1905 - January, 1906, Personal Experience of a Union Veteran (search)
to the repeated statements of the commanding general, the Thirteenth Maine regiment held the posts of honor in the Department of the Gulf. On the twenty-eighth of April Colonel Dow was promoted to brigadier-general, and Lieutenant-Colonel Rust succeeded to the command of the regiment. Shortly after our arrival on Ship Island, I was detailed in the adjutant's office. Adjutant Speed was promoted to captain and assigned to General Dow's staff as acting assistant adjutant-general. Sergeant-Major Wilson was promoted to adjutant, and I was warranted to rattle around in the office vacated by him. And I found it no sinecure, for during the absence of the adjutant on several occasions, the entire duties of the office devolved on me. When the three companies were transferred to Fort Jackson, I was detailed as acting adjutant of the post. Later I served in the same capacity at Fort St. Philip and in New Orleans. The post—Forts Jackson and St. Philip—was commanded, for a short time,
lacksmiths, descendants of Abraham Perkins, of Hampton. Joanna Phillips was the widow of Captain Henry Phillips, merchant, a son of Colonel John and Katharine (Anderson) Phillips, the provincial treasurer and judge. She was a daughter of Hon. Joseph and Sarah (Davison) Lynde. She was twice widowed, having first been the wife of Samuel Everton, captain of the ship, Augustus Galley, 148 tons. Hannah, daughter of Jerathmeel Bowers, of Chelmsford, married Benjamin Pierce, and (2) Captain William Wilson, of Concord. She had a son, Jerathmeel Pierce, who must be the person referred to, for certainly two mortals could not both bear that name in peace in the same community. John Smith was perhaps the cordwainer who married Anna, daughter of John Whittemore and Sarah (Hall), who became wife to Joseph Frost, as before stated. Dorcas Soley was a daughter of John and Dorcas (Coffin) Soley, or the widow herself, who was daughter of Nathaniel and Damaris (Gayer) Coffin, a Nantucket sa
Whitney, 27. Whitney Mr., 93. Whittemore, Anna, 87. Whittemore, Jabez, 15. Whittemore, John, 87, 89. Whittemore, Joseph, Jr., 82. Whittemore, Captain, Samuel, 18. Whittemore, Sarah (Hall), 87. Whittemore. William, 19, 22. Whittier, John Greenleaf, 11. Whittredge, Mrs., 47. Wigglesworth, Rev., Michael, 88. Wilkins, J. M., 92. Wilkins, J. M. K., 72, 73. Willis Creek, 4. Willis, Grace, 86. Willoughby, 6. Wilson, Jeremy, 99. Wilson, Sergeant-Major, 50. Wilson, Captain, William. 87. Wiltshire, Eng., 77, 78, 81. Winter Hill, 6, 7, 18, 70, 72, 74, 85, 91, 96, 99. Winter Hill Road, 6, 9S, 93, 100. Winthrop, Governor, 23. Winthrop, Mr., 80. Woburn. 14, 20, 81. Wood, David, 21. Wood, Hepzibah (Billings), 88. Wood, John, 88. Wood, Deacon, John, 88. Wood, Joseph, 88. Wood, Mary (Blaney), 88. Woodstock, Vt., 1. Worcester, Eng., 77. Worcester County, Mass., 85. Wright, Timothy, 41. Wyman, 14, 38, 64, 65. Wyman. Charles, 92, 94. Wyman,