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dway. Bartlett, Dr. Joseph E., h. corner of Broadway and Mt. Vernon. Bailey, Joshua S., baker, h. corner of Perkins and Mt. Pleasant. Bancroft, George, b. attorney, h. Summer. Bailey, Albert, b. reporter, Transcript, h. Church. Barber, Relief R., female supervisor, McLean Asylum. Beddoe, Thomas, painter, h. Walnut. Benton, George A., plane manufacturer, h. Joy. Bennett, Clark, brickmaker, h. Prospect. Beck, G. W., teacher Catholic school, Prospect Hill. Bell, Dr. Luther V., McLean Asylum. Benson, Henry H., McLean Asylum. Benson, Amori, Jr., McLean Asylum. Beers, Charles R., b. car maker, h. Myrtle. Bixby, Elbridge S., b. custom house inspector, h. Cambridge. Bishop, Henry H., b. gunsmith, h. Beacon. Binney, Moses, cushion manufacturer, h. Medford. Blair, Nathan H., brickmaker, h. Prospect. Blaisdell, Sally, h. Cambridge. Bolton, John F., b. silver engraver, h. Church. Bonner, William, h. depot, near bleachery. [Continued.]
Historic leaves, volume 1, April, 1902 - January, 1903, Military Record of Captain Martin Binney (search)
Military Record of Captain Martin Binney Martin Binney, sometimes called Harry or Henry Martin Binney, was born in East Cambridge, Mass., February 24, 1831. After receiving his education in thMartin Binney, sometimes called Harry or Henry Martin Binney, was born in East Cambridge, Mass., February 24, 1831. After receiving his education in the Cambridge schools, at the age of twenty-two years he was married to Miss Sallie D. Ayers at Providence, R. I. She was the daughter of John and Sally Ayers, of Boston, and formerly lived at East Camld make suitable officers in his new company in Maine. Captain Brastow gave him the names of Martin Binney and Edward Brackett. Captain West offered me a commission as second lieutenant, and Bracketcommission as major in the Seventeenth Maine Volunteers, John D. Beardsley was made captain, Martin Binney, first lieutenant, and Ned Brackett, second lieutenant. This regiment was in the fight at Ccers), First Battalion, Cavalry, M. V. M. I am now sixty-nine years old and retired from active service. Martin Binney, Late Captain Twenty-eighth Mass. Vols. Somerville, Mass., November 1, 1899.
Edward Brackett by Captain Martin Binney. Edward Brackett was the son of Thomas O. Brackett, of Somerville, Mass. He was a graduate of Harvard College, and was a student in the Harvard Law School when he enlisted, in April, 1861, in Captain George O. Brastow's company (I), Somerville Light Infantry, of the Fifth regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers (First Three Months Volunteers). He was in the skirmish at Wolf's Run Shoals, Va., July 18, 1861, while on the march to Bull Run, Va. Brackett was in this skirmish (with the writer of this sketch), and he behaved in most gallant and intrepid form. The men in this skirmish composed ten from each company, and were in charge of Captain Messer, of the Haverhill company. This detachment was thrown out on a side road to protect the left flank of the marching column. While the detachment was fording the creek—Wolf's Run—we came upon a body of the enemy and received their fire, and returned the compliment. Brackett stood in the middle of
Historic leaves, volume 1, April, 1902 - January, 1903, Service in Tenth Maine Volunteers. (search)
ached to General Pope's army, and with Major-General McClellan's army in the Forced March to Maryland to intercept Lees army and relieve Harper's Ferry, which was besieged by Major-General A. P. Hill's corps. The surrender of Harper's Ferry took place September 15, 1862, while the battle of South Mountain was going on. The Tenth Maine regiment was in the battle of Antietam September 17, 1862, and Edward Brackett was in command of company D. Captain West having been made major of the Seventeenth Maine regiment, First Lieutenant Beardsley was made captain, and Lieutenant Binney being on detached service on staff duties at Harper's Ferry, and Captain Beardsley having been taken prisoner at Cedar Mountain, left Brackett in command of the company. Lieutenant Edward Brackett was killed at the battle of Antietam September 17, 1862. Brackett was a most efficient, brave, and intrepid soldier and officer, and a most courteous gentleman. Had he lived, his promotion would have been rapid.
Historic leaves, volume 1, April, 1902 - January, 1903, Somerville Soldiers in the Rebellion. (search)
and of recognized influence in the politics of the state. He was possessed of large means, but went to the front as surgeon of the Eleventh Massachusetts Volunteers. He visited us, the Fifth M. V. M., before the battle of Bull Run at Alexandria, and proffered his skill and purse to the Somerville company. He rose to the rank of division surgeon, in charge of the medical service for three brigades, and, being in feeble health, died from sickness caused by exposure February 11, 1862. Martin Binney served in Company I, Fifth M. V. M. (Somerville company), and in the Tenth Maine, and also in the Twenty-eighth Massachusetts, was captain on General Nelson A. Miles' staff at battle of Reams Station, Va., August 25, 1864, and was very severely wounded. He was noted for his cheerfulness and intrepidity. Edward Brackett was a graduate of the Somerville High School, and a law student when he joined Company I, Fifth M. V. M. He entered the Tenth Maine; was mortally wounded in September,
Exercises The Tufts Family in SomervilleEdward C Booth, M D. The Somerville Directory, 1851. Neighborhood Sketch No. 1Jenette Teele Military Record of Captain Martin BinneyMartin Binney Vol. I., no. 2. Old Medford TurnpikeJohn F. Ayer The Tufts Family in SomervilleEdward C Booth, M. D. Hon. Charles Hicks SaundersMartin Binney Vol. I., no. 2. Old Medford TurnpikeJohn F. Ayer The Tufts Family in SomervilleEdward C Booth, M. D. Hon. Charles Hicks SaundersCharles D. Elliot Hon. Isaac StoryCharles D. Elliot Somerville Directory, 1851, continued. Military Sketch No. 2Edmund H. Gooding Vol. I., no. 3. The Stinted Common Charles D. Elliot Somerville as I Have Known It Amelia H. Wood Neighborhood Sketch No. 2 Aaron Sargent Edward BrackettCaptain Martin Binney SomervillCaptain Martin Binney Somerville Directory, 1851, concluded. Vol. I., no. 4. Ten Hills FarmAlida G. Sellers Somerville Soldiers in the RebellionColonel Edwin C. Bennett Illustrations. Old Tufts House, Headquarters Somerville Historical Society, Cover of No. 1 Portrait of Elbridge Streeter BrooksNo. 1, Page 6 Portrait of Judge Isaac Story
.—35, 36; III.—25. Bellfield, II.—38. Bell, Luther V., IV.—27. Bennett, Edwin C., IV.—22. Bennett, Irvin M., IV.—28. Bertie Union Academy, N. C., II.—29. Binney, Edward A., I.—33; III.—23. Binney, Henry M., I.—33. Binney, Captain, Martin, I.—33; III.—23, 25; IV.—27. Binney, Captain, Martin, Military Record of, I.—33 to 39. Birch Swamp, I.—22, 23. Bird, Lieutenant, I.—38. Bisland, Battle of, IV.—30. Black Horse Tavern, IV.—21. Bleachery, The, II.—24. Binney, Captain, Martin, Military Record of, I.—33 to 39. Birch Swamp, I.—22, 23. Bird, Lieutenant, I.—38. Bisland, Battle of, IV.—30. Black Horse Tavern, IV.—21. Bleachery, The, II.—24. Blessing of the Bay, The, IV.—9. Bloody Angle, I.—38. Bloody Brook Ambuscade. I.—21. Bolivar Heights, I.—35, 36. Bolles, John David, home of, III.—20. Bonner Family, The, I.—24. Boot, Kirk, IV.—16. Booth, Edward C., M. D., I.—21. Boston & Albany Station, IV.—23. Boston & Lowell R. R., II.—7, 30. Boston Common, II.—29. Boston Independent Fusileers, I.—33. Boston Light Infantry, I.—33. Bost