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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1858. (search)
od, And from that thought strive to be understood:— These take, and now go seek thy peace in war; Who falls for love of God shall rise a star. Edward Bromfield Mason. Assistant Surgeon 14th Mass. Vols. (1st Mass. Heavy artillery), March 1, 1862; Second Lieutenant 2d Mass. Cavalry, June 4, 1863; died September 14, 1863, at Readville, Mass., of injuries received from an accident in camp. Edward Bromfield Mason was born July 2, 1837, in Boston. He was the son of William Powell and Hannah (Rogers) Mason, and the grandson of Jonathan Mason, who was United States Senator from Massachusetts from 1800 to 1803. As a boy, he was unusually attractive in person and character, uniting in an uncommon degree gentleness and warm affections with a spirit of daring and cool courage that helped him out of, as well as led him into, many difficulties. After going through the usual course of studies in various schools, at fifteen years of age he accompanied his parents to Europe, and the e
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1861. (search)
od, and my success was very good; but it was by accident that I went so far back out of the world. I spent that summer at home again on the farm, and in the spring of 1858, a year and a half after graduation at Andover, entered the Freshman Class at Harvard College, one term in advance. Captain John Emerson, my grandfather, was the son of Samuel Emerson, who came to Chester from Haverhill, Massachusetts. Samuel was the son of Jonathan Emerson of Haverhill. . . . . . Jonathan's sister, Hannah, was Mrs. Dustin of Haverhill, who was carried away into Canada (as I have the story) by the Indians, in their descent upon Haverhill, and who killed her captors, and made her way home through the wilderness. . . . . My father has been a teacher for quite a period of his life. Then he carried on business in Boston. . . . . In the financial crisis of 1857 he failed, and is still involved, to some degree, in the troubles resulting there from. This has made me difficulty in my educational cou
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, Biographical Index. (search)
ieut., Memoir, II. 382-384. Dunn, J. C., II. 382. Dunn, Monoena, Capt., I. 335 II. 428. Dunn, Sergeant, II. 19. Dunn, Sophia P., II. 382. Dupont, S. F. Admiral, 1. 373. Duryea, R. C., Brig.-Gen., I. 68; II. 328, 354;. Dustin, Hannah, II. 230. Dwight, Charles, Lieut., I. 367, 368;. Dwight, Edmund, II. 133. Dwight, Elizabeth A., 1. 252, 358. Dwight, Howard, Capt., Memoir, 1. 358-369. Dwight, John, I. 252. Dwight, S., II. 374. Dwight, Wilder, Major, Memoir,l, Humphrey, Brig.-Gen., II. 424. Marshall, Isaac, II. 427. Martindale, J. H., Brig.-Gen., II. 167. Mason, Albee, I. 193. Mason, A., Lieut., I. 69. Mason, E. B., Lieut., Memoir, I. 409-414. Mason, H. C., Capt., II. 96. Mason, Hannah R., I. 409. Mason, Jonathan, I. 193, 409;. Mason, W. P., I. 409. Meade, G. G., Maj.-Gen., I. 14, 219;.220,427, 428; II. 70, 71;, 75, 100, 101, 222, 224, 261, 301,302,421. Means, J. O., Rev., II. 156. Merrill, Samuel, Col., I. 126.