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n unconditionally surrrendered July 8, 1863. From this date till July 26 Mr. Elliot had charge of the engineer's office, preparing meanwhile the official plan of the siege. This, too, was the work of an expert. In September he accompanied General Franklin on the Sabine Pass expedition. In October he took part in the second expedition under Franklin in the Teche district. This, also, was abandoned. Returning to New Orleans, he was stricken with malarial fever. For a short time in November Franklin in the Teche district. This, also, was abandoned. Returning to New Orleans, he was stricken with malarial fever. For a short time in November he was detailed for service at Fort Butler, and then to the Department of West Florida, under General Asboth, in December. Early in 1864 he was appointed engineer officer to General Grover in a proposed campaign against Mobile, where he had charge of construction of field fortifications in East Louisiana, for which he received from General Grover a personal letter commending him for his faithful and efficient service in designing and constructing the fortifications at Madisonville, on the east
Historic leaves, volume 8, April, 1909 - January, 1910, Address of F. M. Hawes at Memorial service October 31, 1909. (search)
took the order, with the assurance that he would give it to Mr. Elliot himself. It proved to be an order to prepare immediately to join an expedition under General Franklin, who was then his engineer officer, to a destination unknown, which sailed the next day, and expected to be gone six months or more. They sailed up Sabinend Louisiana, were beaten back by a small fort, aided by the oyster banks in the river, on which two of our gunboats got aground under the guns of the fort. General Franklin's force, scattered and demoralized, returned to New Orleans, after an absence of eight days, but the headquarters ship, the Suffolk, on which Mr. Elliot was, any one had sense enough to separate them. The wheel house on the Suffolk was crushed, and the boat was said to be sinking. Nearly all on board, including General Franklin and most of his staff, and the ship's officers and crew, jumped over into the other ship. Mr. Elliot said he could not see that the Suffolk settled any, and
rst Universalist Church, 13, 18. First Universalist Church, Men's Club of, 62, 64. First Universalist Society in Somerville, 55. Fitchburg, Mass., 26. Fitchburg Railroad, 57, 74, 78. Five Cents Savings Bank, Charlestown, The, 25. Flagg, Sarah (Hicks), 54. Flagg, Timothy, 54. Florence, S. C., 38. Forster School, 50. Fort Bisland, 66. Fort Butler, 68. Fort Darling, 38. Fort St. Philip, 64. Fowle, F. E., 48. Foxboro Centre, Mass., 55. Foxboro, Mass., 53, 54, 55. Franklin, General, 67, 81. Franklin Literary Association, 74. Franklin Street, Arlington, Mass., 48. Freetown, 5. Frost, Elisha, 46. Frost, Rebecca, 20. Fuller, J. F., 58. Gage, General, 52. Gardenville, 32. Gardner, Mary B., 47. Gardner, Miles, 47. Gardner Row, 47. Gardner, Thomas, 5. Gates, General, 51, 54. Geddis' Twine Factory, 12. Gerrish, Elizabeth, 43. Goddard, Thomas, 19. Goldsboro, 39. Goodhue, Eliza, 10. Governor John Winthrop and His Ten Hills Farm, 61. Grand A