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u, fireman, scalded to death; George A. Nelson, fireman, scalded to death; Edward Livermore, Orderly Sergeant, scalded to death; Wm. A. Grau, Corporal, scalded to death; Thomas Riley, marine, scalded to death ; Robert McKinsey, second-class boy, contraband, scalded to death; Robert Wellinger, scalded to death; David L. Caldwell, ordinary seaman, killed by a shell; Wm. H. Clark, killed by a shell; John E. Bunsom, landsman, killed by a shell; Owen J. McGowen, killed by a shell; R. H. B. Thomas, killed by a shell; James W. Armstrong, marine, killed by a shell; Wm. Dietz, marine, killed by a shell; John H. Conway, killed by a shell; Wm. Peyton, killed by a shell; Patrick Herrick, killed by a shell. Wounded — H. Bellville, James Wright, Patrick Loftus, Robert Atkinson, R. A. Konk, Wm. Loftus, James Hovey, Alexander McKnight, Patrick Farrar, F. Light, John McRenney, John Burns, Hugh Golden, R. Gould, William Coffin, Moses O'Connor, Thomas Kelley, John Sullivan, John Quinn, Michael Scot
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 14: Suffolk County. (search)
04; in 1863, $29,577.83; in 1864, $26,000.00; in 1865, $17,000.00. Total amount, $98,731.91. The ladies of Chelsea began their work for the soldiers with the commencement of the war, and in 1861 forwarded many packages of valuable hospital stores to the front; but as the war continued they organized a Soldiers-Aid Society, the first officers of which were Mrs. John H. Osgood, president; Mrs. Jeremiah Campbell and Mrs. B. H. Barnes, vice-presidents; Mrs. Joseph A. Copp, secretary, and Mrs. James Hovey, treasurer. The first meeting was held Sept. 17, 1862, the day on which the battle of Antietam was fought. Sub-committees were appointed on dressing-gowns, shirts, drawers, socks, slippers, bandages, lint, compresses, pads, sheets, pillow-cases, bed-sacks, handkerchiefs, and towels. Several of these committees served to the end of the war. Mrs. Frank B. Fay obtained between eighty and ninety subscribers who agreed to pay one dollar a month, making a permanent income of about a thousa
ge2.50 S Childs10.93 I Thorning8.33 Benj Parker8.10 A Cook1119.34 A Larkin64.12 A Dickson Clark6.38 9 Tenants Young men C Bradbury jr2.50 J. Hager jr2.50 Wm A Russell9.74 T Teel3.15 N. Lampson4.77 S Lampson2.50 S Gardner jr2.50 ————— (7 young men)507$522.30 Names of Common LaborersHouses &cAcresTax E Whitney N J Varnum S SawyerTenant15.20 R Judkinsat Sawyers2.50 A. Thurstondo2.50 A. S. Tandydo2.50 E. Chillisat Greenleafs2.50 J Cooper6.75 W Walsh26.10 T GreenleafTenant14.75 W Wilcolm11.25 W HoveyTenant7.25 J Barry S Glillen C Knight J Green P Greenleafat Brew house2.50 J W Loringat Childs2.50 A WheelerTenant5.73 D Titusat Torrys2.50 E Pearsonat Cutters2.50 D AmesTenant6.42 B Parker8.03 H Hutchinsonat Parkers2.50 W Butlerat Bradburys2.50 J Mearsat Bradburys2.50 L Stevensat Cutters2.50 G Knowltonat Cutters2.50 L Hathernat Cutters2.50 J Jeemes (?) L Blodget C Fordat Torrys2.50 —— 32 Common Laborers139.18 622.30 —
ed that the board attend the convention at Lowell Monday, July 27, and that teachers of the grammar schools be invited to attend with us. Voted that a male teacher be elected for Winter Hill, to begin September 1, and continue until May 1. James Hovey received the appointment. Amos F. Allen was elected to the Prospect Hill school, Levi (should be Philemon R.) Russell to the Russell school, William R. Bagnall to Gardner Row, and Joel Pierce to the Milk Row school. November 15, 1838, an recess a third lady was found for eight weeks. A child who attends such a school from the age of four to sixteen will have been under the plastic hand of perhaps twenty-four different teachers, or more than he has cousins or family relations. James Hovey, a graduate, next taught the school eight months. Average, thirty-one out of forty-five, and second term, thirty-three out of fifty-nine. The first class made manifest progress, and the penmanship of the whole school was creditable. In all
n, C. E., 53. Higginson, Colonel T. W., 6, 37. Highland Avenue, 46, 53, 57, 85. High Street, Boston, 4. Hill, Ephraim, 74. Hill, Ives, 54. Hill, J. D., 12. Hilliard, A. S., 31, 33. Historical Society, Somerville. 88. Historical Society, Somerville, Officers of, 84. Hoit, A. G., 21. Holden, Bertha E., 53. Holden, Oliver, 73. Hollis Hall, 6. Holmes, O. W., 3, 53. Holmes' Field, 6. Holroyd, John, 20, 22. Holt, Chauncey, 90. Hooper, John C., 93. Hooper, Thomas, 22. Hovey, James, 77, 80, 83. Hovey, W., 15. Hunnewell, William, 13. Hurd, J. Stearns, 20, 21. Hutchinson, H., 15. Hutchinson, Thomas, 11. Hyde, Adeline, 17. Inman Street, Cambridge, 9. Ireland, George W., 56. Ireland, John, 10, 56. Jackson, Rev., Henry, 16, 18, 46. Jaques, Fannie C., 53. Jaques, Henry, 23, 48. Jaques, Colonel, Samuel, 89, 90. Jaqtith, Miss, 52. Jaquith, O., 81. Jaquith, Mrs., Polly, 17. Jeemes, J., 15. Jeffurds, Mary W., 51, 67. Jenks, Joseph W., 46. Jewett, Henry I