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Caroline E. Whitcomb, History of the Second Massachusetts Battery of Light Artillery (Nims' Battery): 1861-1865, compiled from records of the Rebellion, official reports, diaries and rosters 1 1 Browse Search
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e fifth generation, in all 155. 5. John, s. of John (2), m. Mary, dau. of Maj. John Lane of Billerica, (now Bedford), and had Mary, b. 17 July 1707, m. Jonathan Webber of Bedford 19 Aug. 1725; Sus. Esther d. 1742. 11. Nathaniel, s. of John (4), m. Sarah, dau. of Deac. William French of Billerica, and had Thomas, b. 25 Sept. 1718; Jacob, b. 3 Mar. 1721-2; Sarah, bap. 4 Ap. 1724, d. 15 Aug.m. He d. 1690; a second w. Sarah survived. 2. Thomas, s. of George (1), by w. Grace, had in Billerica, Grace, b. 18 May 1664; Stephen, b. 25 Nov. and d. 30 Dec. 1669; John, b. 3 Ap. 1671; and in M (1),by w. Hannah, had Andrew, b. 12 May 1696; Hannah, b. 10 Aug. 1698, m. Benjamin Hopkins of Billerica 27 Mar. 1723; Deborah, b. 12 Oct. 1700, m. John Perry of Lex. before 27 Ap. 1724; John, b. 28 d, still bears his name. His last; wife was wid. Isabella Farmer, who survived him, and d. at Billerica 21 May 1686. Elder Wiswall d. 6 Dec. 1683. 2. Noah, s. of Thomas (1), m. Theodosia Jackson
ood, Asa, Worcester. Harding, Abram S., Medway. Harding, Henry C., Hingham. Harrington, W. A., Brighton. Harris, J. W., Boston. Harris, James Winthrop, Cambridge. Hathaway, Wm. L., Dighton. Head, Chas. D., Brookline. Hersey, Reuben, Hingham. Heywood, Paul, Ashby. Hidden, David I. C., Andover. Higginson, Geo., Boston. Higginson, James P., Boston. Higginson, Louisa G., Boston. Hildreth, A. E., Cambridge. Hill, W. R., Sutton. Hill, Sylvester S., Billerica. Hill, Asa, Athol. Hinckley, Nathaniel, Barnstable. Hoadley, Maria G., New Bedford. Hoadley, Mrs. C. G., New Bedford. Hoadley, Miss C. E., New Bedford. Hobart, Levi W , Braintree. Holbrook, Abner, Weymouth. Holbrook, J. E., Braintree. Holden, Jonas, Shirley. Hollingsworth, John M., Groton. Hollingsworth, E. A., Braintree. Hollis, David N., Braintree. Homer, Mrs. James B., Belmont. Houghton, Wm. S., Boston. Hovey, Geo. O., Boston. Howard, Jaso
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, XIV. Massachusetts women in the civil war. (search)
T. W. H. Names of cities and towns of Massachusetts where soldiers' aid societies were organized that Contributed to the Sanitary Commission. Abington. Abington Centre. Acton. Amesbury. Andover. Arlington. Ashburnham. Ashby. Ashfield. Ashland. Assabet. Assonet. Athol. Athol Depot. Attleborough. Auburndale. Baldwinsville. Barnstable. Barre. Bellingham. Belmont. Belvedere. Berkley. Berlin. Bernardston. Beverly. Billerica. Blackstone. Bolton. Boston. Boylston. Braintree. Brewster. Bridgewater. Brighton. Brimfield. Brookfield. Brookline. Burlington. Cambridge. Cambridgeport. Canton. Carver. Centre Northbridge. Centreville. Chatham. Chelmsford. Chesterfield. Chilmark. Cliftondale. Cohasset. Concord. Cotuit. Cotuit Port. Dalton. Danvers. Deerfield. Dighton. Dorchester. Dorchester Lower Mills. Dover. Dracut.
Rev. James K. Ewer , Company 3, Third Mass. Cav., Roster of the Third Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment in the war for the Union, Company D. (search)
M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. John O'Brien, Boston, 21, Sept. 9, 1862. Deserted Dec. 1, 1862. John P. O'Brien, Cambridgeport, 27, m; carpenter. Sept. 16, 1862. Deserted Dec. 1, 1862. Cornelius O'Hearn, Charlestown, Cr. Falmouth, 20, s; laborer. June 10, 1864. Disch. July 29, 1865. George F. Oliver, Maiden, 18, s; farmer; Sept.3, 1862. Disch. disa. Sept. 24, 1864. Henry Owens, East Boston, 40, s; caulker. Aug. 21, 1862. Died Dec. 23, 1864, Salisbury, N. C. Asa N. Peabody, Billerica, 19, s; teamster. Dec. 13, 1861. Disch. Dec. 13, 1864. Charles C. Philbrook, Boston, 33, s; carpenter. Sept. 9, 1862.; Disch. May 20, 1865. Horace Rathburn, Roxbury, 41, n; blacksmith. Aug. 15, 1862. Died June 8, 1863. Frank A. Richards, Holliston; Cr. Attleboro, 21, s; jeweller. Jan. 4, 1864. Disch. Aug. 11, 1865. John Rogers, Charlestown, 36, s; painter. Dec. 29, 1863. Deserted June 20, 1864, New Orleans, La. Erastus E. Sanborn, Boston; 39, m; provision dealer.
Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Historical Sketch of the old Middlesex Canal. (search)
observant traveler on the Boston & Lowell Railroad, now the Southern Division of the Boston & Maine, between Woburn and Billerica, may see a broad ditch filled with a sluggish stream of water. He is told, perhaps, that this was once a portion of thvalue of $30,000 over the value of the canal; also to render Concord River boatable as far as Sudbury Causeway, through Billerica, Carlisle, Bedford, Concord, to Sudbury, a distance of twenty-three miles. This formed a portion of Mr. Sullivan's far-tual elevation, when afterwards surveyed by a practical engineer, was found to be 104 feet. By the original survey from Billerica to Chelmsford, the surveyor says, ‘The water we estimate in the Merrimac River at sixteen and one-half feet above that accept the sum awarded. The compensation for the land taken ranged from $150 per acre, in Medford, to $25 per acre in Billerica. The progress was slow and attended with many embarrassments, and was prosecuted with great caution from the commencem
Historian10 Baldwin, Loammi52, 53, 54, 55, 57 Ballou, Hosea, President Tufts College26 Bancroft, Historian92, 97 Barberry Lane42 Barrell, Joseph53 Barrett, Samuel, Jr., Schoolmaster, 172065 Bartlett's Address, 181360 Bateman,—62 Bates, Gov. John L., Address by77, 78, 86, 87, 92, 93 Bay State Colony, The14 Bedford, Mass.52 Belknap, Hon. Austin100, 101 Belknap, John100 Belknap, Robert W.101 Belknap, Ruth (Fay)100 Bell, Dr. Luther V.2 Berlin, Germany11 Bernon, Gabriel12 Billerica, Mass.52, 54 Billerica Bridge54 Billerica Mills55 Binney, Captain Martin22, 23 Binney, Sally (Ayers)23 Bird, Charles, Jr.42 Bishop of London38 Blessing of the Bay, The81 Blodgett, Daniel14 Blodgett, Samuel50 Bolbee, France12 Bolton, John, Homestead of45 Bonair Street, Somerville43, 44 Bonner Ave., Somerville46 Bonner, ‘Grandma’47 Bonner, William47 Boston Commercial Bulletin, The6 Boston Courier, The6 Boston Evening Transcript, The16 Boston & Lowell R. R.51, 55 Boston & M
Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Historical Sketch of the old Middlesex canal. (search)
their employes —and through the long swamp to River Meadow brook, also crossed by aqueduct. Thence it was continued to Billerica, where it entered the Concord river by a stone guard lock, with a floating tow path, and passed out on the southern sidtly rafts. Landing and loading places were established at the millpond in Charlestown, in Medford, Woburn, Wilmington, Billerica, and Chelmsford. No goods were allowed to be unloaded or loaded at any other places without a special permit from the badly contaminated, some being little short of open sewers. Mr. Eddy's plan consisted in abolishing the levels betwen Billerica and Middlesex Village and Woburn and Charlestown, conducting the water of the canal from Woburn by thirty-inch iron pip the amount divided among the stockholders. On April 4, 1852, the last canal-boat was run on the canal by Joel Dix, of Billerica. By conveyances made in 1832, the company reserved the right to use the land for canaling purposes; perhaps they th
Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Thomas Brigham the Puritan—an original settler (search)
he was fain to escape with no bones broken. We have been a long time reaching the Somerville line, but we are almost here. The townsmen of Cambridge divided the common lands to settlers according to their estates. By this rule Thomas Brigham drew more than quadruple the amount of most others. In the last and principal division he, out of 115 assignees, received 180 acres, the thirteenth largest share, while others received only a few acres. He received grants in Brighton, Shawshine (Billerica), West Cambridge, and Charlestown, amounting to hundreds of acres. His first grant in Charlestown was of one acre made in 1645. In 1648 there was laid out to him seventy-two acres on the rocks upon Charlestown line; and later in the same year he bought of William Hamlet ten acres in Fresh Pond Meadow, on the northwest side of the great swamp. Of these he took immediate possession, and built upon the former. By the help of Peter B. Brigham, Esq., who died in 1872, The Rocks have been
38, 56, 74, 87. Ash Street, Boston, 51. Austin Street, Somerville, 3. Baldwin, George Rumford, 3. Baldwin, Loammi, 2, 3. Barrett, Samuel, Jr., 11. Bartlett, Hon., Josiah, M. D., 48. Bell Rock, Malden, 58. Big Bethel, 35. Billerica, Mass., 1, 7, 9. Bishop of London, 18. Blackstone, Lone Settler of Boston, 30. Blackstone Street, Boston, 4. Blessing of the Bay, The, 33. Booth, Dr. E. C., 20, 89, 92. Boston Avenue, Somerville, 3. Boston Gazette, 65. Boston & Salstonstall, Richard, 28, 50, 51, 52. Sargent, Aaron, 40. Sawyer (family), 43. School Committees, 1736-1753, 16. Schoolmaster, Itinerant, 17. Scituate, Mass., 70. Scotland, 35. Sewall, Judge, 84. Shawsheen River, 1. Shawshine (Billerica), 53. Sheafe, Edward, Jr., 43. Shepherd, Rev., Thomas, 73. Shirley, Governor, 31. Simson, Joseph, 11, 12, 65. Skelton, —, 29. Skinner, John, 16, 17. Smith, —, 18. Smith, Betsey, 37. Smith, John, 60. Somerville Historical Society,
widow Miriam Fosket. Ab. Bunker was Abigail, widow of Captain Benjamin Bunker, the innkeeper. She was a daughter of John and Anna (Carter) Fowle, the tanner. Jonathan Call was a baker, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Croswell) Call. His place was near the Neck, resting on the western slope of Bunker Hill. By his wife, Sarah Boylston, he had a family of sixteen children. He was the fourth generation of Calls in Charlestown who had been bakers, as was his brother, Caleb. Joseph Frost was a native of Billerica, son of Dr. Samuel Frost. He married the widow of John Whittemore, the turner, who was a daughter of Richard Hall, of Dorchester. She died in 1716, and Joseph married (2) Hannah, daughter of Joseph and Hannah Easterbrook. In 1740 Mr. Frost, with his family, removed to Sherburn. John Goodwin is indeterminate, there were so many of him: John, the housewright, of Cambridge, Malden, and Charlestown; John, the perruquier; John, called tertius; and John, a sea captain.
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