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Lydia Maria Child, Isaac T. Hopper: a true life 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
C. Hawthorne, Color-Bearer Jas. F. Murphy. Co. H. 2d Sergeant Edward R. West, 1st Corporal John G. Worsham, 4th Corporal Wm. H. Robinson, Private Jas. Boutwell, Jos. Ezell, Wm. L. Harton, Thos. H. Hawk, Private J. L. Johnson, Wm. Roberts, Thos. J. Smith, W. D. Tinsley, W. Walls, M. H. McComb, Courier. Co. I. 1st Sergeant Geo. W. Mott, 3d Sergeant Warren M. Dixon, 2d Corporal Jas. H. Reynolds, Private Wm. T. Fish, John R. Grimes, Private C. Herring, Ezekiel iver, Private Wm. M. Agee, Thomas H. Peters, Burwell Butler, Wm. Powers, Private Frank Cosgrove, Jere. Daily, J. A. Garnett, J. B. Harrison, Tim. Hurly, J. H. Johnson, Jno. Kennedy, John Sullivan, Private Jno. Roberts, William Roberts, Dan'l Shea, P. R. Vest, Wm. Welsh, Bird Roop, F. M. White. Co. B. 1st Sergeant Jeremiah Dilworth, 2d Sergeant E. F. Driskill, 3d Sergeant P. H. Caldwell, 4th Sergeant Dan'l Colman, 1st Corporal Nathaniel Prewitt,
Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908, Original English inhabitants and early settlers in Somerville. (search)
and about five acres of land in the Highfield. Probably none of his children remained in Somerville. Ezekiel Richardson, 1638, and probably earlier, had a homestead and four and one-half acres of land in the Highfield. He left in a few years and became an early settler in Woburn. Twenty-three of his descendants are here now. Thomas Richardson, 1638, or earlier, brother of Ezekiel, had a homestead in the Highfield. He also removed to Woburn. William Kilcop, 1646, bought of William Roberts, of wapping in ould England A house and Land, ten acres in Gibbonsfield. He had no issue here, and in 1657 sold the estate to Henry Harbard. Abraham Jaquith, 1649, had a house and land without the Neck, but whether on the Somerville or Charlestown side of the line is uncertain; but he left no descendants here. Francis Grissell, or Griswold, 1649, had a dwelling, house and three-fourths of an acre of land at the West End, which he bought of Richard Wilson. Descendants are here th
rt, 52. Rind, Sarah, 52. Rand, Thomas, 52. Rand, William, 52. Rapidan River, 22, 44, 45. Rappahannock River. 21. Rappahannock Station, 21, 43, Raymond, Mrs. Francis H., 15. Reading, Mass., 2, 3. Revere House, Boston, Mass., 38. Revolution, The, 83, 84. Richardson. Ezekiel, 30, 55. Richardson, Thomas, 31. Richmond, Va., 43, 61, 65, 66, 70. Richmond Whig, 64. Ricker, Benjamin F., 13. Ricker, Melvin F., 13. Road to Cambridge, 28, 51, 52. Robertson's Tavern 43. Roberts, William, 30. Robinson, General, 57. Rollins, Sumner P., 18. Rome, 80. 81. Roman Tabularium, 81. Roxbury, Mass., 19. Ruersville, Md., 20. Runey, Horace, 9, 11. Runey, John, 41. Russell, A. W., 8. Russell, Joseph. 53. Russell, Levi, 55. Russell, Philemon, 53. Russell, Philemon Robbins, 53. Russell, William, 53. Salem, Mass., 78, 79, 80. Sanborn, Adaline L., 8, 15. Sanuorn, Albert L., 6. Sanborn, Daniel A., 8. Sanborn, David A., 8, 13, 52. Sanborn, David A., Jr., 8. Sa
Bad subject. --Wm. H. Ross, free, was carried before the Mayor yesterday, for assaulting and beating Wm. Roberts, free. Ross is regarded as one of the most vicious negroes in the city, a former incarceration in the Penitentiary having, in no perceptible degree, tended to lessen his unamiable qualifications. The Mayor ordered him 39, committed him in default of $300, and ordered that he be enrolled as a member of the Chain-Gang.
Assassination. --William Roberts was shot dead at his residence near Lake City (Fla.) on the night of the 12th, by some unknown person. The family had retired for the night when Mr. Roberts was hailed by some one at the gate. He arose and stepped to the door to see who it was, when he received the fatal charge in his breast, and almost instantly expired. Assassination. --William Roberts was shot dead at his residence near Lake City (Fla.) on the night of the 12th, by some unknown person. The family had retired for the night when Mr. Roberts was hailed by some one at the gate. He arose and stepped to the door to see who it was, when he received the fatal charge in his breast, and almost instantly expired.
Mayor's Court, Saturday. --Huge McCarty, drunk, was left off. Jas. Doin, drunk and pointing a loaded musket at James McGes, admonished and 1st off. Albert, slave of Wm. Greanor, whipped for striking John G. Mosby with a stone. Wm. Roberts, free, ordered twenty lashes for assaulting Elizabeth Martin. Wm. Bolton, for abusing and threatening C. E. Weaver, gave security. Ann T. Hughes, charged with keeping a disorderly house, continued till the 29th. Edward Cunningham, acquitted of stealing $4.75 from Wm. Whipple. Adam Weaver, for threatening Benj Bolton, case continued to the 29th. Donald McCrady was required to give security for assaulting A. W. Trabus and threatening to kill Mary Trabue. The disturbance recurred on the basin.
arrying another darkey's pass; Margaret Moore, required to give surety for assaulting Ann Shannon and calling her "evil names;" Ann Shannon, acquitted of a similar charge preferred by Margaret Moore; care of Abraham Solomon, for retailing ardent spirits without a license, continued; Robert Liggon, (free,) ordered 15 stripes for going about without his register; Anton Beeker, held to bail for assaulting Mary Jane Husher, and selling liquor without a license; Elizabeth Taylor, sent down for committing personal violence on, and shooting a pistol at, Jas. A. Adams. John, slave of Gilbert McNear, John Roberts, (free,) William Roberts, (free,) and Daniel, slave of M. Howard, were arraigned for stealing $35 from a soldier of the 4th Regiment S. C. Volunteers. The proof being defective, the parties were acquitted. The Robertses (free negroes) were sent down to work on the fortifications, along with some fifty others of the same class fished up by the police and brought before the Mayor.
A young pick. --Yesterday morning a lad, calling himself William Roberts, was arraigned before the Mayor to answer the charge of attempting to pick the pockets of unknown individual at an auction sale the day before. Two witnesses saw him insert his hand into a gentleman's pocket, but without getting anything; and a third felt the pick's hand in his pocket, but lost nothing. As no theft was committed the Mayor could do nothing more than hold this little chap in custody for the present.
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