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erienced the pleasures and benefits of his generous liberality and eminent medical skill.--N. Y. Times, February 23. This afternoon, the Sawyer gun, at Newport News, Va., burst while being fired. Privates Josiah Jones, of Company C, and James Shepard, of Company B, of the Twenty-ninth Massachusetts regiment, were instantly killed, and W. W. Bowman, of Company I, same regiment, was seriously injured. Jones belonged in Greenpoint, Long Island, and Shepard in Lowell, Mass. Four or five otheShepard in Lowell, Mass. Four or five other persons, who were in the vicinity, were also injured, but none of them seriously. A flag of truce was sent from Fortress Monroe to Craney Island, Va., early this morning, to inform General Huger that the prisoners of war from Fort Warren, had arrived. The bark was accordingly towed up opposite Sewell's Point, by the steamer Rancocas, and the tug Adriatic; and at about one o'clock, the rebel steamer West-Point came out from Norfolk, and the prisoners were transferred. They numbered four
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 16: ecclesiastical History. (search)
1830,Rev. Bartholomew Otheman. 1831,Rev. Ephraim Wiley. 1832,Rev. Leonard B. Griffing. 1833,Rev. George Pickering. Died 8 Dec., 1846. 1834,Rev. James C. Bontecou. 1835,Rev. Edward Otheman. 1836,Rev. Elijah H. Denning. 1837,Rev. Stephen G. Hiler, Jr. 1838, 1839,Rev. Henry B. Skinner. 1840, 1841,Rev. Edmund M. Beebe. 1842, 1843,Rev. Shipley W. Willson. Died 30 Dec., 1856. 1844, 1845,Rev. Samuel A. Cushing. 1846, 1847,Rev. Joseph A. Merrill. Died 22 July, 1849. 1848, 1849,Rev. James Shepard. 1850, 1851,Rev. John W. Merrill, W. U. 1834, D. D. (McK. C.) 1844. 1852, 1853,Rev. William H. Hatch. 1854, 1855,Rev. Converse L. McCurdy. Died 22 Nov. 1876. 1856,Rev. Abraham D. Merrill. 1857, 1858,Rev. George Bowler. 1859, 1860,Rev. Moses A. Howe. Died 27 Jan. 1861. 1861, 1862,Rev. David K. Merrill. 1863,Rev. Samuel Tupper. Died 11 Jan. 1869. 1864, 1865,Rev. William H. Hatch. 1866-1868,Rev. Isaac J. P. Collyer. Died 7 May, 1872. 1869, 1870,Rev. Pliny Wood. Died 1873.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 12., The first Methodist Episcopal Church of Medford. (search)
y, which has had an uninterrupted existence, though under various names, ever since. At first the Ladies' Society took the form of a sewing circle. The ladies took in sewing, working on it at their weekly meetings, and the money received for the work done there went into the treasury. Any member bringing her own sewing to the meeting was fined six cents. From 1846 to 1854 the following able and consecrated pastors served the Methodist Episcopal Church in Medford: Revs. J. A. Adams, James Shepard, Thomas W. Tucker, Willard Smith, A. D. Merrill, John W. Perkins and Charles Noble. Revs. E. S. Best and William A. Braman followed. During Mr. Braman's ministry the vestry was repaired and improved, and a gracious revival of religion was experienced. Rev. A. F. Herrick followed, and was succeeded by Rev. Jarvis A. Ames. Mr. Ames was appointed to Medford in April, 1861, and on the day he arrived news came of the attack on Fort Sumter. The next Wednesday the Lawrence Light Guard left M