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Lieut. William P. Randall.

United States. Congress. House

Lieut. William P. Randall.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRandall, William P., Naval affairs
    SeriesH.rp.382
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination3 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15970454M

    Lieut. Winslow Robinson Sources: Peter Cozzens, This Terrible Sound: The Battle of Chickamauga (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, ), John Basil Turchin, Chickamauga (Chicago: Fergus Publishing Company, ). War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Series 1. Randall and allied families: William Randall () of Scituate and his descendants, with ancestral families Frank Alfred Randall Raveret-Weber printing company, - Reference - 4/5(1).

    About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois, Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in the tri-county area of Dakota, Dixon and Wayne, NE, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this NEW page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare book: History of the State of . Randall, William P., Biography: William P. Randall was a leader in the Civil Rights movement in Macon, Georgia. He served as president of the local chapter of the NAACP for several years in the s and s.

    Full text of "The Pratt family or, The descendants of Lieut. William Pratt, one of the first settlers of Hartford and Say-Brook, with genealogical notes of John Pratt, of Hartford; Peter Pratt, of Lyme; John Pratt (Taylor) of Say-Brook" See other formats. Reed, a veteran of the Battle of Shiloh and the first historian of the Shiloh National Military Park, was tabbed to write the official history of the battle, and this book was the result. Reed wrote a short, concise history of the fighting and included quite a bit of other valuable information in the pages that followed.


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William Richard Randell "Captain Randell" (2 May – 4 March ), was an Australian politician and pioneer born in Devon, England, who emigrated to the newly founded colony of South Australia in with his family. He was a pioneer of the riverboat industry on the River Murray and represented the Electoral district of Gumeracha in the South Australian House of.

Hon. William Randall (No. 71) was lieutenant colonel commandant of the 30th regiment of Connecticut militia during the war of (that office corresponding with colonel in later organizations), and had command of his regiment when it was called out infor the defense of the State, notably at Stonington in August, Parents: John Randall, Capt.

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Randall’s Report on the th New York Infantry at the Battle of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee by Mark Novem In late NovemberMajor General Ulysses S. Grant began operations to lift the siege of Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Click the "Reload" button The Old United Empire Loyalist List M. Sergt. William Randall Corp. John Randall Corp. Justice Fobes. Privates Bidwell, Riverius Coleman, Nathaniel Cone, Rabzabon Duer, John Folsome, David Fobes, David Farrow, Lieut.

William P. Randall. book Hayes, Titus Hough, Henry Hannah, Thomas [Pg. 81 in book] Pages ROLL OF CAPT. JACOB ULP'S COMPANY (County Unknown) Served from Aug. 24, until Aug. 28, Capt. Lieut. WILLIAM HENRY POHLMAN, Acting Adjutant of the 59th Regiment N. V., was the only son of the Rev.

WILLIAM J. POHLMAN, Missionary of the American Board to China. He was quietly pursuing his studies preparatory to the Ministry, at Rutger's College, N.

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Join Facebook to connect with William Randall and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power. 2nd Lieut. James W. Smith to accept commission as 1st Lieut. Private Kinney P. Funk to accept commission 2nd Lieut.

Kinney P. Funk promoted to 1st Lieut. 1st Lieut. Frank B. Pratt Corporal Clinton M. Searl. Transfers: Private Adolph G. Reinert to h.c. Private Henry H. Winters to h.c. Artificer Harry W. Donaldson to h.c.

Musician John F. Getz to. Descendants of William Fletcher I WILLIAM 5 FLETCHER V (WILLIAM 4, WILLIAM 3, WILLIAM 2, WILLIAM 1) was born Octo in Charleston County, South Carolina, and died in probably Bulloch County, married MARGARET UNKNOWN Febru in probably Charleston County, South was born Abt.

in. William was also the son of Francis Wyman () and Abigail Reed () and brother of Thomas Wyman. Prudence Putnam() was the sister of Ann Putnam of the Salem Witchcraft fame. Her father, Thomas Putnam was a wealthy and influential freeman in Salem at the time of the Witch en: Deborah Manning, Dorothy Spalding, Margaret Spalding, Ebenezer Spaulding, Dorothy Ellis.

Wallach, William Wright, Ragen *NOTE 1: FOR REFERENCE - There is a Platt Hull ae 72 in Roll Book 1, Page Census, Sullivan, Moultrie Co., Illinois at Dwelling - Family who was born in New York, with his wife Susanna ae 68 who was born in VA, Francis C.

McMullen ae 35 b. RANDALL. (Lieut., f-p., 17; h-p., Daniel White Randall was born 2 Dec. at Weymouth, in Dorsetshire. This officer entered the Navy, 20 March,as Midshipman, on board the Audaci Capt. Davidge Gould, employed at first off Cadiz. After sharing in the battle of the Nile, 1 Aug.

he was sent to Lisbon in Le Conquér one. AKA J.G. Randall James Garfield Randall (June 4, in Indianapolis, Indiana - February ) was an American historian specializing on Abraham Lincoln /5. Complete history of the late Mexican war/List of killed and wounded. 2d Lieut.

G P Andrews William Bubb, mus. 2d Lieut. G Wainwright Sergt. Anton Achenback, dead Corpl. Dediah Meir Nathan Randall Henry Byrnes John McAulay John Zear James Fisher William Palmoter Godfrey Piermont.

Among the regiments thus organized was the 25th Ohio Infantry, which, with the 23d, 24th and 26th Ohio, formed the brigade in Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio, early in June, Some of the companies, as before mentioned, had originally enlisted for three months, and had at first gone into camp in Camp Taylor, Cleveland, Ohio.

Full text of "Official army register of the volunteer force of the United States army for the years'62, '63, '64, 'See other formats. Distinguished Service Cross Recipients, World War II, Last Updated: Febru LAST. William diedNew London, New London Co., CT. William CHAPEL, is the ancestor of the Montville CHAPELs, was in New London about His residence was on the Cohanzie Road, on what is now () called "Cavalry Farm".

William CHAPEL died in or His widow married Edward STALLION inand they had two children.P. Fyffe, and an arrangement was made to form a coalition of the two squads and thereby make one good company, which was done by First Lieut. S. R.

S. West resigning his position, and the selection of James P. Fyffe, of George- town, in his place.In a book written in by Willard Randall.

"Benjamin Franklin & His Son, published by Little, Brown states that "William designed the special kite and actually flew it in a dangerous storm while Ben took shelter in a hut nearby" and "was virtually the co-discoverer, with his father of electricity" (L.A.

Life, Daily News - 7 April ).