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ass, George, and Anna Perry, m. 2 Sept. 1773. Downing, Polly, of Lexington, and Samuel Butterfield. Jr., of Camb., m. 1 June, 1805. Susanna, and Daniel Chandler of Lexington, m. 19 May, 1817. Downs, son of Nathaniel, d. 30 Mar. 1837, a. 1 yr. Dowse, Mrs.—from Charlestown, at William Winship's—d. 29 Sept. 1772. A numerous Charlestown name, per Wyman. Draper, Nathaniel, had son, stillborn, 13 Feb. 1753; Ruth, b. 6, bap. 13 Jan. 1754; Sarah, b. 13, bap. 21 Sept. 1755. Dunn, John George, s. of Hugh, d. 18 June, 1839, a. 2 1/2 yrs. Dunster, Henry, and w. Martha, adm. to Pct. ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739. Her maiden name Russell. and m. 25 Feb. 1708. He o. c. and was bap. Camb. 1 Feb. 1708, and both were adm. to Camb. ch. 16 Mar. 1711. He was son of Jonathan and Abigail (Eliot) Dunster, was b. 17 July, 1680, and was grandson of Henry Dunster, first President of Harvard College. He d. 28 Jan. 1753, a. 73 (g. s.); his w. Martha m. Francis Locke, 15 Mar. 1759.
Loudoun county. --The County Court of Loudoun has voted $50,000 for the purpose of arming the county, and placing the same in a state of defence. Major C. B. Ball, B. P. Noland, Esq., Col. John George and Matthew Harrison, Esq., are in the field for the Legislature. These gentlemen have declared themselves in favor of secession.
ers, it would be impossible to keep them under any kind of control. After they were marched aboard the cars, Col. Ander on issued orders that none of them should leave the cars; in case any one should disobey the order, he should first be hailed, and should be refuse to deed the summons, he should be shot.--Before the train moved off, however, some of the men became very heatless, and evidently showed intentions to run the blockade, if possible, heedless of all consequences. One of them John George, by name, belonging to Captain Gustavus Wallace a company, of Richmond Virginia, was noticed by the Captain, just as he was on the car, and warned that if he he would disobedience of the Colonels was certainly shoot him. The man, who was strongly under the influence of liquor, paused a moment, but after using very threatening and insulting language towards the Captain, advanced, and had placed one foot on the platform of the depot, when Captain Wallace drew his pistol, and true to his
The Daily Dispatch: January 24, 1862., [Electronic resource], "Sawery" Bennett's opinion of old Abe. (search)
d, Brooks, Buford, Burks, Carter, Cazenove, Cecil, Clark, H. N. Coleman, Collier, Crockett, Custis, Dabney, Daniel, J. D. Davis, R. L. Davis, Dunn, Edmunds, Eggleston, Evans, Fleming, Fletcher, Flood, Forbes, Franklin, Friend, Garrison, Gatewood, George, Gillespie, Gordon, Grattan, Green, Harrison, Hunter, Huntt, Irby, James, Johnson, Jones. Jordan, Kaufman, Kyle, Laidley, Lively, Lundy, Lynn, Mallory, Matthews, McCaMant, A. W. McDonald, J. E. McDonald, McGruder, McKinney, McLaughlin, Montague, hrash, Tomlin, Treadway, Tyler, Samuel Wilson, Woodhouse, Woodson, Woolfolk, Wright, and Mr. Speaker.--Total 67. For Mr. Russell--Messrs. J. T. Anderson, Bass, Blue, Booten, Bradford, Carpenter, Collier, Daniels, Edmunds, Franklin, Gatewood, George, Green, Gillespie, Hunter, Johnson, Kaufman, Laidley, Lively, A. W. McDonald, J. E. McDonald, orgain, Pitman, Rutherfoord, Robinson, Sherrard, Small, Tate, Thomas, Vaden, Vermillien, Walker, Ward, West, Williams, James L. Wilson, Wooten, Worsham,
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