A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Moses Pengry, of Ipswich, Mass., So Far as Ascertained

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Coon Rapids shoppers news, 1881 - 186 pages
 

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Page 10 - Brooke signe seale publish and declare the within written Instrument to be his last Will and Testament and that at the...
Page 11 - Woods fence to set up his salt pans and works and fence in his wood also liberty to fell wood out of the swamp near the Town for his use.
Page 24 - In the autumn of 1862, immediately after the battle of Corinth, he was charged with the Second Division of the Army of the Tennessee, in the district organized and commanded by General Grant. Perhaps it was here that began the strong friendship which, for so many years, has subsisted between our hero and the great chieftain. General Dodge was soon assigned to the command of the District of Corinth.
Page 3 - Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota.
Page 11 - he set up saltworks berę*in 1652; was selectman, and often in town business ; was deputy to the general court in 1665 ; and was deacon of the First church. He lived long and usefully on earth, as one preparing for a heritage in heaven.
Page 39 - My mother was an angel upon earth. She was a minister of blessing to all human beings within her sphere of action. Her heart was the abode of heavenly purity. She had no feelings but of kindness and beneficence ; yet her mind was as firm as her temper was mild and gentle.
Page 24 - Faulkner and his forces near Island No. 10. In the autumn of 1862 he was placed in command of the Second division of the army of the Tennessee and soon afterward was assigned to the command of the district of Corinth. In the spring of 1863 he defeated the Confederate forces under Gen. NB Forrest and other Confederate officers, and raised and equipped large numbers of colored troops. He afterward conducted the important expedition up the Tennessee valley, in the rear of Bragg's army, destroying military...
Page 11 - His wife Lydia died January 16th, 1676. He was of Ipswich in 1042. Set up saltworks here in 1052, was selectman and often in town business, was Deputy to the General Court in 1005, and was deacon in the first church. He lived long and usefully on earth as one preparing for a heritage in heaven.

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