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1 name BURT,BENJAMIN j RESIDENCE FALL RIVER.MA LAST KN0WN TOWN CREDITED BIRTHPLACE OCCUPATION MASON D0B MARITAL STATUS MARRIED AGE ENLISTED 39 5TH ON ROLLS 61/12/03 to 65/06/12 SERVICE RECORD 5TH DATE ENLISTED 61 /09/28 5TH DATE MUSTERED 61/12/03 5TH MUSTERED RANK PRIVATE 5TH PROMOTIONS 5TH REENLISTED 63/12/12 NOTES 5TH BOUNTY STH MUSTERED OUT 65/06/12 5TH M.O. TYPE 5TH M.O. LOCATION 5TH DUTIES COOK 5TH KILLED IN ACTION 5TH WOUNDED IN ACTION PLACE. ArF KLAUt DEATH BY DISEASE STH M.B A GAR POST AFF. RELA HVbS ARIIFALIS PHOTO IMAGE NO 12/94 DOD WHERE BURIEL LOCATION CAUSE OF DEATH PAGE REF. 5TH HIST. 79,559,727,849-done WWSW.Il'VizTfp&m OPT DATE

2 pagel BURT, BENJAMIN T. (MR) (MSSMCW) Vol. V, page 400-5,h Mass., Light Artillery Priv., Residence-Fall River; mason; 39; married; enl. September28,1861; must. December 3, 1862'*; re-enl. December must, out June 12,1865, Camp Meigs, Readville, MA #. must. September 28,1861 December 12,1863 (HoF) (MV) # PN Edward (Plymouth.MA) Elizabeth (Plymouth.MA) d. November 13,1852 (Consumption (HDS) (NA) &(MA) (MA) DOB March 7,1822 (NA) & (HDS) POB OC Middleborough, MA Plymouth, MA Mason (NA) (FRDC) & (MA) (MR) WN Sarah A. (white) (NA) b. December 1824 (MA) m. May 13,1849 d. July 27,1892 (67yrs,7mths.5dys) (NA) PN Reuben White (MA) Beulah (king) (Ml) m. March 9,1816 (Plymouth, MA) (Ml) CN Wilfred b Nellie M. BO $ (Dec. 13,1863) (W) (MV) PR Burt, Benjamin T. State Application # Certificate # Filed (wid) 1880 Aug MA served in the 5th Mass., LA (NA) Res Fall River, MA (HDS) GAR unknown DoDH April 1,1885 (63yrs, 25 dys) (FRDC) & (MA) PoDH 14 Bigelow Street, Fall River, MA (FRDC) & (MA)

3 page 2 BURT, BENJAMIN T. RoDH Heart Disease (FRDC)&(NA) PoBU Oak Grove Cemetery Lot 510 Fall River, MA (FRDC) FRDC Fall River Death Certificate HDS Historical Data Systems MA Massachusetts Archives Ml Massachusetts Marriage Index, MR Military Records, National Archives NA National Archives, Washington, DC W Will, Registry, Taunton, MA

4 page 3 BURT FAMILY PLOT OAK GROVE CEMETERY, LOT 510 FALL RIVER, MA Lot 150 is near the intersection of Locust Avenue and Lupin Path. The grave site has one large gray stone located in the middle of the plot. On, both, the front and rear there are six cement flat stones each measuring roughly 18 by 30. On each side of the large stone there is a flat stone 3' by 4' containing inscriptions. LARGE CENTER STONE BURT FRONT SIDE OF STONE 1. Georgia A. Lambert wife of John S. Vincent Mildred L. Burt Laura M. Vincent wife of Wilfred G. Burt GAR 4. Wilfred G. Burt Past Noble Grand Mount Hope Lodge. Benjamin T. Burt th Mass Vol Lt Field Artillery 6. Sarah A. Burt wife of Benjamin T. Burt REAR SIDE OF STONE 7. Robert V.Burt 8. Adele Liedtke wife of Howard V. Burt Howard V. Burt Dana L Burt Electrition 3rd CL USNRF A. L. 11. Capt. Arthur G. Burt Lieut. Commander USNRF A. L 12. Edith C. Checksley wife of Capt Arthur G. Burt

5 page 4 BURT FAMILY PLOT OAK GROVE CEMETERY, LOT 510..FALL RIVER MA PLAUQUES LEFT SIDE OF MAIN STONE RIGHT SIDE OF MAIN STONE In Memorium In Memorium Edward Burt jr his wife Elizabeth Dunham Buried at Plymouth Seth Vincent his wife A nna Stewart Buried at Edgartown Reuben B. White his wife Beulah W. King Sarah A. Burt Buried at Marion Virginia E. Burt Buried at Whitman Thomas H. Lambert his wife Lydia A. West Buried at Chilmark John S. Vincent Sophia J. Vincent Buried at Edgartown

6 422 MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS. XVthJlHtter,, Light Artillery, M. V.-Clhrec I>«n..;-C.ntinucd. SAME AMI ItASK. Ii.'tt.iriirr or I'ltco crcilltc.l ly. Ifoto or Muster Tennlnatloii ofkcrvue.nu e.ak lhercor Buckley, John,. J'-..,- - Williim I..,. hurt, Itcnjamin S., Hurt, Benjamin S., Burleson. Charles, llurkis, James M., Bums,Joseph, lttitltt, Edwin J., lluilcr, F.dwin.1., Chill, George II.,. Canty, John M., Carting, Charles P.,. Camcv, Daniel,. Carroll, Joseph,. Carey, Richard,. Carney, Thomas, (' nicy, Thomas, Carslcv, William W.,. Case, Nathan, Caswell. William IF., Champlin, Edward,. Champlin, F-dward,. Chadwick, Gcorgn I!., Cckiell, Kzckicl, Cekiell, Kzckicl,. Clark, Joseph W.,. Clark, Lewis P.,. Clark, Samuel,. Cotton, Daniel J., Colbolh, Charles II.,. (!ole, l,erov C.,. Coleman, Martin.1.,. CononL, Sherman \\'., Cook, John G., Jr.,. Cox, Henry A.,. Crapo, Henry D., Cripo, Henry I)., Crosby, George,. Crockett. George F.,. Currier, llazcn,. Dcnnison, Michael,. Dickcrman. Joseph C., Dimcck, Charles, I>oanc, John S.,. Dohcrty, Bernard, Doherty, F-dward, Doncgan, Thomas, Dorcty, Joseph IJ., llowncv, Thomas. Drake,'William M.,. Drew, John T.,. Dudlov, Mward XI.,. IhillV. Frank,. Duff, liobert. Dunham, William II., Dunham. William II., Dver, John E.,. FJlis, Owen. Emerson. l'acsicllo,. Ijtec. William E.,. Evans, William 0.,. Fauncc, Alvin.. Fcltham, Samuel, Ferris, James, Ferguson, John,. Fisher, Ilinaldo It... Filzaimmons, Ilcnry,. Flanagan, Thomas,. Flyim, Michael,. Flynn. Michael,. Ford, Henry A.,. Ford, Jacob W.,. Foster, Abncr,. Freeborn. George II.,. Fuller, Wiliiam,. Gallagher, Edward,. Gale, Morticr,. Gale. Morticr,. Gardner,Joaiah W.,. no S10OO0 J I 400 CC J t 378 vo CG _ 22 _ 1R t C 00 J I t t t t CO.Salem.. Ilosliill, Fall Itivcr,. Fall River,. Roxbury, Chariestown, Montague,. New Ikdford, Woburn, New Ikdford, Woburn, New Ilcdford, Wales,. Iloston, New Ilcdford, New Ilcdford, New Ikdford, Sandwich.. New Ilcdford, New Ilcdford, Now Ilcdford, New Ilcdford, Fairhaven,. Fairhaven,. New Ilcdford, South Dnnvcrs, New Ilcdford, Williamsburg, l.vnn,. Boston, Iloston, Worcester,. Iloston, Maiden, New Ilcdford, Weston, Mansfleld,. Dunstable,. Iloston, New Ilcdford, Winthrop,. Weston, Iloston, Milton,. Salem,. Ness buryport, Chariestown, Iloston, New Ilcdford, Wobum. South Dacven, Iloston, Fairhas-en,. New Ilcdford, Somerville,. Ashland, Chariestown, South Heading, Kandclph,. Amesburv,. Lynn,.'. Westfnrd,. Burlington,. New Ilcdford, Chariestown. New Ikdford, New Ilcdford, Boston,. Wcr.ham, Iloston, Iloston, l'ls-mpton,. We*t «irt, Medfnrd, Medford. New lk-dford, Aug. 24, '04, Feb. 12, 'Ct, Sept. 28, '01, Dec 13, 'C3, 25, 'C3, Kept. 2!i, '61, June 12, 18C5, expiration of service 1'-'. IKCJ, do d ' Dec. 12, 18G3, re-cnliatmeiil. June G5. expiration of service. 12, 18G5, du do May 27, 1802, disability. lunc 12, ]8r,5, expiration of service Dec. 21, 1863, re-enlistment. June 12, 1865, expiration of service 12, MC5, do of Died of w'ds July a, '03, Geltvabure I'a Killed June Bottom's llridge' \'t.inn. 29, IHG4, rejected recruit. June 12, 1865, expiration of service. Dec. 28, '01, I'd. 1, '111, Dec. 23, '03,.Inn. f,, 'III, Oct. 1, '01, Jan. 0, 'Cl. 18. '04, Mar. 10, 'C5, Nov. 4, 'f..'l, , do do Sept. 25, "01, Jan. 29, 1HGI. re-enlistment. Jan. 30, '04, Juno , expiration of service. Sept. 25, '01, Oct. 3, 1RG4, do do Feb. 11, 'G4. June 12, 1805, do do Oct. 3, '01, Oct- 3, 1804, do do 1, 'CI. Dec. 12, 1803, re-enlistment. Dec 13, '03, June 12, 18G5, expiration of service. Oct- 1, '01, Oct. 3,1864, do do Aug. 5, '02, Feb. 3, 1804, re-enlistment. Feb. 4, 'C4, June 12,13C5, expiration of service. Sept. 25, '61, Feb. 1, ls04,rcenlistrnent. Feb. 24, '04. Died Mar. 22. '04, Callop's Island, B.II. Oct. 1, '01, Nov. 10, 1802, disability. Feb. 13, '05, June 12, 1805,expiration of acrvics. Oct. 1, '111, 6, disability. Dec 1G, '02, Never joined forsen ice. Sept. 17, '02, Died of nils July15, '03, Gettysburg I'a Jan. 4, '04, Juno 12, 18C5, expiration of icrvicc Sept. 28, '01, Dee disability. Dec 3, '01, May 30, 1802, disability. Sept. 25, 'CI, Dec 11, 1803, re-enlistment. Dec 12, '03, Killed June 8, '04. Bottom's Ilridgo Va. Nov. 27, '03, June expirationof service, Aug. 19. '04, 12, 18C5, do do Mnr. 0, '05, , do do Feb. 11. '64, Feb. 12,1BG4, rejected recruit. Dec 3, '01, Dec. 14, 180). expiration of service. Sept. 8, '02, Never joined for service. Nov. 27, '03, June 12, 1805, expirationof service. Dec 10, 'CI, Dec 14, 1804, do do Feb. 27, '05, June 12, 1805, do do Aug. 20, '04, 12, 18G5, do do Feb. 17, '05, 12, 1805, do do Jan. 10, '01, 12, 1S05, do do 25, '04, May, 25,, 1805,, do do Oct. 3, 'CI, I ransrerred Sept. J V. It, C. Jan. C, 'CI. DiedOct , Wa-hinpon. I). C. Sept. 2, "04. June 12,1815, expiration of service. Dec. 30. 'C3, 12, 1805, dr. do Sept. 28, '01. Dec. 11, IM3, re-cnli-tmcnt. Dec 12, '0.1,.tunc 12, expiration of service Sept. 27, 'CI. Oct. 3. 1SG4, du do Jan. 10, 'Gi, Jan. 18, 1804, rejected recruit. Dec. 22, T.;i, June 12, 1805, expiration of service. Sept. JO, 'CI. Dec 2J, 166.1, disability. Feb. 15. 'C5, June 12, 1805, expirationof Knicc Jon. 2, 'C4, Died Aug , Washington. D. C. Nov. 30, '04. Juno 12, 18i,5, expiration of service. Feb. 80, 'GO, , do do Julv 23, T,4, 12, 1805, do do Feb". 25, '05. 12, 18G5, do do Sept. 28. '01, Oct. 3, do do Jan. 15, '04. DiedMay 1". 1865, Washington, D. C. Sept. 21, '61, Dec. II, 1803, re-enlistment. Dec. 11, 'GI. June , expiraliou of servica. Julv 5, '«, 6, 1805, do do Aug. 11, 'C4, 12, 1SG5, do do Apr. 13. '64, DiedJune , Washington, D. C. Oct. 3, T.l, Mar. 6, 1803, disability. Jan. f>. "f.4. June 12,1805, expiration of sen-ice. Oct- 31, 'G4. 12,1805, do do Sept. HI, '01, Dec. 11, re-ciilistmrnt. Dec 12, CI, Oct- 1, 'Ul, Aug. 3, 1804, Hospital Steward, U S. A. Oct. 8,18C2, disability. I 8ce Thir.: Daiierr. I SesThlrtrStcona Infantry.

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8 kind ercr seen in Germany. rites Bismarck lias already received a - targenumber ot presents. Emperor!Um sent a golden coronet, anil a dupli-, psinted by Werner, of his picture,, l'raelamalion ol Versailles." ulcity of Munieli sendsa silvershield hing thirty pounds,and the King of ay a crown decorated with diamonds. rity is crowded. Deputations have M from the universities of Erlangon,.ilgen and (iottingcii. They mil con- '.he degree of doctor of law? upon Et Bisraarclt,. VISION roll OBX'.O It AST'S TAT*- ILV. aaso.ooo Fund Is Ml. (n Dispose ol by 111* Will. Isrureported Tuesfif'tliat the Irtn- M the Grant tone) of -iori.nrsi. the rest on which only goes to On. Grant, recently met and unanimously deternuiid to allow the iru-: fund to remain set after Gen. Gram's death the income oin Mrs. Grant. I do not know that there has been any,ting et list) trustees of the fund,'' like Oiivcr Iloyt nf 72 Gold street said, dirt.mrs. Grant is to have the Income the fund. According to the terms of subscription of the $200,000, however, 1.Grant was to have the power to lie. to whom ot his heirs he desired the O.COO to go. I suppose be ha, msde a I,and bequeathedit his wife and family., virtually his property, and it was lectedto be given to him, while the v reason it was not given to him out lout was that his friends feared lest rpers mightgelp. away from him. oanyone whogained hisconfidence he i ready lo trust ad he possessed. 1 sup- It grew out of his training as a mililaman, as in military life, confidence in loldioate officers must be implicit It s one «f Gen. Grant's trails to trust his nds in that way. The event proved the idem ot the trustees. Most ot the propv Is ill Wabash funds, not in the large n.but in mortgagebonds made early in history of ihe corporation. Tlio c.tate K,l). Morgan is security for the railroad per.". J TI1AI1F. ItKPOHTS. ottos Goons There was a continued lit'slemsnil foe brov.n and bleached goods first hands, but a fair business was done leading makes of widesheeting*. 'hints. Agents have experienced a fair jiand for choice fancy prints, sateens, ids.jacquard andcliambrsyeffects, ic, l(there was a good deal ofinquiry for,ll lots" of fancies. Indigo bluceeonlinl jto move hi very fair quantities, and S. S. Coa's Molher Dead. re was a light business in shirtings, el, furnitures, staples, Turkey reds, Na»TYoBK, April 3.-A special to the, while grays and mournings were in retejronl from Zancsville, O., ssja: Tho ady request. The jobbing trade in calilu, fairly active, both regular goods key, died at midnight. She hat been sur- motlior ol Hon. S. H. Cox, minister to Tur 1" lob lots" hating met with a pretty rouuded by her fourdaughters, her brother, od dislribuiion.-jv. V. Cos.. BaKrris. j and her son. She was a daughter of Judge Pneumonia Cared bj Accident. Satnuol Sulllvau, and was 84 years old. AaaiviLtz, S. C, April 1. A rcmaftlccure of a case of pneumonia was Wind and Hall. cidcntallv accomplished in Ibis courtly OiLVBirON, Tex., April 3. A dispatch -eally. A young physician bad been from Corslcaiu sayfl : ' A terllblo wind aiamoed to attend a charity patient who and hail storm swept over hero yesterday. d the disease. He left a small vial tt Hall atones weighing several ounces tell, ratrum, to betaken Internally, andalit- aud skylights. The >n( eompoted ot hartshorn, lurrentlev tmaaliinc triiidov d (Chloroform for.external application d promised tormurn the following ilay. cstdlog to sgreement ho called the next y kud was much gratified at Uodiug his Mini able to sit up, though ho comidoedof a severe'.-sore throat. Invcati- :.in developed the fact that the patient d reversed the direction, by taking the Icot sod rubbing with the vcratrum. Driiion coultt.-[8ra>i.n, J.) Motions tor now mills O. Drl'sco". j.jsodno.sum ltd and overruled If I H.J Fuller Ii St. "U. Wllllan idbeao. Motion f. llowed unless plali bojois for plslntl ndint. Virions motaona ptloo satded. ani ijckiatboallerr,. cjms lost Fall B! t lb o'eloedt,, ij. Tai-rrox, April 1. Its Incases No. 182, ' Ocjrge E. fjaly aarae, tseri IV. It. Fox for plain,lefauusdtr ' Eltarel al. vs. Daewlrlsl trgucd and 1 rt-ajitjoo., 8. M. l: k.. mdteffbr dshllls * axrail throe in a^jounied donday next 1, 184, eh ii...i...i l.> [,«*. NGTUN, M(.. April 3. A - rcro cy clone visited Ce Ural Missouri je.terday, coming from the southwest at lb rate ot - i) mi CS an hour It was in th s ipo of a funuc and burst near Waverly. 1 caused darkn ss like nl sht.and wa-a ipanted hv a k ar that c iil.l he heard a t lite. A large rooden chi rch was dash td o piece* and ha ir a iloiei honws wcro (l«stroyed. Trees were upiootid in all dl cctious. There was nolo* of life. IIUllllII AM: IN TEXAS 11 let s llnoi-lllou. Qui a rrmxa April 3.-As soon as sufficient troops arrive to make decisive uiovemci t.agcn ral advance will bo made Iroin Ibis point, v IliCll has been constituted Ihe second ban o r opers'.lons. Two dlvlsioos ate from licro and one from Swift Current, will nievent the rebels leaving the countrv. Th v troops are in excellent health an 1 spirit, and the transportation service s good It is believed that lilo SCOUt sent t Ilaltblonl from Prince Albert, h ivo bee i captured or killed by the enemy. W'lS.NI au, Ma u.. April 3. A telegram from Cal :arrv sa s the.cout.s have arrived from Edi lonlon, with news up to Ihe 85lh of March giving assurance ol the loyalty of Ihe India nd Edmonton. The War In Ceolral Anaarlca. Nkw OatEAHS, April 3. The stcarn'or Kills Knight arrived here yesterday, from Livingston. Her passengers say that whon Ihey left. Harries was taking every ablebodied man be could lay Ids hands on. Tho Dana** planters bad nearly all llcdtoescape service. AtTruxillo and other port., earth works had been thrown up for defenso against tho American navy. Three weeks z, I ill eplcd ele thinking that lori.no ye uld perform the duties ol the olllce. but alncu that time bodily Infirmities have so much increased that retirement liccauio necessa ry. The resignation ol Mr. Sutter was ac cented, and the Council ai'.l'.llllled until owning, when Charles I!. Mnsou, 1Z,;, was elected 10fill the vumncy. Last evening there was a very large gath ering at Armory Hall, where a Mr. West Of Providence addicted the audience eoncorning the boucrin lo be accrued by estab lishing in all our uiannfaetorlcs a ten hour law. Tills, like many other reforms that have been secured, may need considerable agitation, but ills mho to come m tho end. Mrs. Elltl Disl.y, wile, ol Mr. Joseph llisbv, died ou Sunday evening, having been sick only twoutvfour Iflmrs. Her age was 00 years. The funeral services " A Tow n Laid SVA.tr will bo held at '-'o'clock Wednesday alternoon, at her late resideuco on the Kickc- \Va( o. Texas. ipril :i.-ai q ni., yes- Icrdav, n terrific hurricane stn ck Marllu, muct Head, about one mile east cl the laying partol itiotown'ln wast Bovnal village. Mrs. Dishy leaves a husband and.even children to mourn a severe los>. tine churches, store-houses and dwellings were destroyed. A number ol persons wen It is reportid thai DoFrcycinot ha. injured, but none fatally. The (arms are abandoned the attempt to loim a French ' ported to havosuffered considerably from Cabinet, and that M. Grovy has asked M. Dotes to form a new -Ministry. yclt catileetiflcnht se Fr*.ghi IIakruumvill trivln od tho Mies wfrckcil noar hei CA^KOiiiKtarouf wukcdotl \>J a ii' Oajna Nkw York, Ainu o. iwporta.\lst.r.t.i Second Dlttrlc r.<urt. i 111,.l.) fiuoav, Aiirt IM Josciili l'-iii'i' *... : ratrkk KAmiulll, tor runkenncm.wrru (inru «1 IDlleasUcao(l. Tliomas lllgetm. fur dronkrnnt?*, ect..ih1 ffenxp. wasiiucdh.'.»o<l com*. Frank Ancer, for draukennc».tlilnlofl *a-scmt'i ilia Home or Correction to sis nths Shi n. foi dninkenness, llilld d 910 and costs, lobe.anl l.eto: ill o'clock loinoiiow, and ll aotnald,.ix inoiitli.lii too lloii.eot'colreetion. Frank ontton, for disturbance 01 the peace.»dntd f.'o and costs,and it not paldvy 10 o'clock o^morrow, llien nlnely day. la ifce Houw r Correction. Michael Harrington, for malicious mischief In breaking a window anil sash belonging lo Michael HcMahou, was nneil Jo and costs. Jauies Welch, for larceny of a bushel of ontere,thspropertym Andrew it-siiamon., w'asnne.l»'.anue.n.. Kdwanl u hitters, tor assault and battery on his wife, Wliiutfrcd Wblttere. was.seal to Ihe Housu ol Correction for ihlrty days. Davirt llradbury. for defrauding a boarding lioc-ckeei^r, wa- ordered to pay cost'. W'tdnesday and Thundav nights Use police made seven arrest,. Investigated twenty cases..iiiellod twelve disturbances tored three lost ehiblteu, lodged twenty-seven tramps aud d two stores left open. that hi ot Hv Kiel'. Rebellion. Wivmpco. Man.. April H The wire Ilalllefurd was cut last evening aud thin look *ei, bad iiiore. Win. Howie, ol llij lilnil.reiurnod Iroin Uatouchle crossings».««i.ielhas 1,900 men, including alio Tin) 11 ol can on. id means tight. His brothi taken pr oner, but releasi d. Til. I'll, Nawrosrr. u. I. which collided w was the Martha Ii ly. James O'llar, pied ouo ot the injured about the broker lit 31 Stale rlni Colli.Ion. April.'l.-Tl.o KllOOC ih the steamer Pilgri ics. of Lynn, Capt. K of Necdhum. nhooci itate^rooms, i. sortoai ruts and chest. He i street, llostoo. Exeeullta Somlnatlous. Washi.voton. II. C, April 3. The Pre* idem niado two recess appointments to-day: John 8. McColniock, Commissioner ot Cus toms: and John It. Garrison. Deputy first Comptroller of the Treasury. Hon. Samuel J. Uaildall is fooling much brighter this morning. m. Oo Ihe lit CKt-ASD, Me., April 3. Horace ot Bteubau, Me., a sailor, last n Id Ash ight bleu out the gas In his room at tho Tli dyk, Hotel. This morning tqe doors were broke id Ash fo ad dead. Uouud for Hie latbmua. BaoOKLTN, April 3. A detachment of 250 marinesembarked at noon to-day. from the navy yard, lor the city ol Para. About 200 more will be soul from tho navy yard on Monday. Ferry Ho.ta Collide In Fog, NW Yohk, April 3. The ferry boat Now York collided with the ferry boat Baltimore, this morning, during the fog. Soma slight damage was done to both ves sels. 8%; Ho.Ma'dK.nl of v 1'OiUl.iOll Mej lll.lltlat Meal, "eolchosl Mea llolle.i llat.,0. rtuettrabain > Unci" eat, '.CI..U... ell".ih.: f. ti.-.i. r.lolb.basi t-1. i»j.'«..t:i^i-. nelms :nr.hlir.il, 17 an :r.v...k... iiii.l.n Caki n. n, IT.iti-K'.-Jt vi.rhace. lllir.de.iftll..mr l) All-1 Mliill 1 OUPII M**l. Oianu aieai wslralauorj e Meal. Coot VMlrtthMI nil Oatni. sie^m rwop. :in.l.-, d -.:.:-< Mb. Ihurlit f'! ed Uan, 14 d.raceac«o F. A KENNEDY'S HILB, SIll>.\. ZKI'IITIE (. 1' A II A OAT J1F.A., AND WINK BKACKKI ICet III i:% ilir Ca i l.-> it: lb llnltcr V,,e 12C(N(1I>. Vaulll CMI Jticl- i^ill. illngo. H*1 It'll Hi; 'J Hi*. [ i>r 25 ci*?r* Ovate rear. Coiuii Mi niirv Pil-'t hiead. I2rts *l c»er». 7 CIS lb; 4lbsforJ :1: W.CUACE'S rice Cak", IS and - r.c. Tea Cave". If. ioi Cake., plain or frosted, 30 el. rarh U Fnill Cake, fro.led. hall loaf, 30 CIS tt FruitCake, 37 els per lb. ueo uroi. Cakes, Imated, -it «. do,, ar Cookies, loe. Bogar tvarers, Ue a«ccor washirgton l1es,20smseaeb. CASSKn FltUITS. Peaches, ir.. in and M en percan.. I'lnirhers reaches, heavy sylnp. 35 CIScan llostoo Hartlett Pears.verTSiiee.a, et^ran Th.ill.ers AptieotsaoCf. tyiiinr...13e ea linengases S3 and Keg liana, w eis can. Pineapple, sliced 20cl«; grateil,.17 and 27, lllackl.e.rle. and tiooselien Ics, 11! els perc Preserved Str..wl*rrie-. 33 CIScan. Raspberries. 53 cts., per ran. Illuelienic., H cts. per can. CANNED VF.OETADLK9. HeM Tomatoes. " 'l- can: 11 tor II. aallivpacaeal Maine Com.lOcts, i4. ll for! nnnl-ei'swlndhaiufroiioltct... ran;. r.-r 1 riinil.er-s Marrowfat Pea". 10 etv prreaai. Lima Ueans. I9««: 8irln«Beans, I2ct.cs Baked Beans, 14 ctai Asimragos.aOclscaa Marrow Sqna.li.14 els can. Mu.hrooias. 17 aud 2a cl- per can Kieucli l*e.is, 17 cts. per can. Golden Pumpkin, locts.oan; it lor 51. IJT Call and. amine Ihe fl stock of new OAMMBO MEATS AMI FISH. Books at the Ho SO Co.'s sj 23 South Mali Corned Bter.33 cts. nam soetspercan. ts-prlt ite sale dl nd evening. All goods street. (iv T00CO0,rolled,00ell per can. narked In plain iij s, at the greal Hook Lunch. Tongue, 20'and IS.els per can, ItEMUVAI.. Covoprcsaed IMg.'Feet,20 Ctspercan. iaie, 23 He itb Main 'The stock of ClotblBg,Hats, Caps and Farrfcililsgdooils lately in the store of II. J. SlA- Lsjsrta'S llalastturkey or I IncVrn. 3.. en. r Polled Ham. 20 c* per caii. IB-Tlie llest Washing Couip< ad lb, Tlmrher'alloasi Turkey or Cblcken.t.". ets. r day la undoubtedly JAMES PVLK'S PEAR- ucss A Co.haslieen removed lo>'o. UNorth Potted Cldeken.Taikry or Tongue.30 cts r USE. It cleanses the dirtiest and most deli Main street, next doorto Rokoll i Wlnalow, Salmon,IB anil 14clsp.rcan. cate labile without Injury and wllh lllllo la wbeio tho pulitlc can puiehasc anything In LObatee. 17 and 20 et.. Shrimp, 2S en. ear co.m.h nails, toe can; Crab Deal, loeeaa bor. For sale by grocers. that line lower than elsewhere in Fall Itiver. Bead Chca.e. l"e: Tripe.10c;3oups,10cr Tat slock most be sold, anil low prices will do A. ii. Sardine. 16 and - «c:s pn eau it. ltonelcsssar.lli.es.2i)ai-l32> MARRIED. Batn nf licet.3 oi jan 20 c Iadvioi to uotiians. Mrs. Wlnslow's ieil.mhk.lt l» pe,51.02 per. ii i ong Plain, 20th nil:, Willis m J.UIbba Soothing Syrupshould always bo used when ol Aeushnctto 11is.Charlotte A Howard, of ahltdicd arc cutting taclh. It relieve, llicllttlesultercratonco j it produces natuial.qniet Apple. Ill.ekberrr. JKJ.1 Haw ledford. In iotld,nee,20lbult.,ira C. Marfen and Slrawhri rjr, Ijuli.c 1.1 liu pberry. C Ha K. Corey. lleep.bj relieving thocblld from pain, and the ilttlcchorub awakes as" brightasa button.' USSAVSSSBSSSS'Sm'it Si DIED. Ills very pleasant to taste. It'soothes tho i ounce tumblers. 8 cunts each. PIIF.SKIIVES. child, softensthe gums,atlays all paln.rcllete, ElMllent in quality, law In p wind,regulates the bowels, and Is tho best 'let! Btttjamla T. Uurt, aged o.t years nd20 Apricot,', HlacklHknown remedy for diarrhoea, whether arising,d Stri i.lo ft Mound stone ):,,7Gct" r&neral Krrleel trom M% late residei fromtcetbtug or other causes. Twcnty-flto irnoei. EeMarmalade, to abler-20 cts.eack No. U III entsalotlle. acl«-daw-ly ilolr'sseotchjamj.2" indze cts Jar. MRelatlvM nd frlei JelhesandP evertcb.tmnbiers: Jwrriwi mm Of Hnlreil STirT-^SW TS AOFJK'H sai.i; 1IIIM.1. r of ll IS, SO,4o and Up ets. p< glass. :abode, laeaps.socls.ea PKul RivrR jmlv &IfM&»lg M 1*. ricktf.s.sal'cks. «e I July 2olh, 18S1. and re. <To..e.v:Rlackwe!r.nherklns. Mixed Plcl mnty Noilh Dlslrlct Reg- WSfiSSSaid Chow 0.OW.30 a- OOets. >ok 303, pages 384 to 387, iv'iiite Onions, 3.'. cts. per hotlle. ed Ins been assigned to dateit January ctb. 1--:.. Cape 20"ti..Tablesauce. 10cts. hot* rd.lzets.do ^fw^ 3/ \%is vo Reentry, In Hook 420, 10a 20cl«.l.erbolll 111 be sold by Public Auc* &,45&76 bolll. the conditions, upon the. bottle premises nerounder described, on rlatue. irom rtownson tlio Hudson, MobawkvUoUware, Btuquebanna and Allegheny tiren show that theae rivers are rising, and conaider-.hlo.damaro lias been done by freshets. rrcoch Trninporli. 5Js^fYoaic,Aprll3. The a«ent in this clty'pt tho French Trans-atiantlquo Stoamshlp'Co., oonflrmed tho report yesterday that the BtMtners labridor and Canada have boan parohased by the Fronch gotemmont to oarrytroops lo China. Baroved to Death In * Bakary. CuxronriLix,yrit., Aprila.-A flte, at a lata bonr. Wednaaday olfbt, destroyed AJbreebt ft Hu'rao'i baker sliop, Henry Falkmao, who slept otai Lbo lore, Has saffooi-md aud ciirtted to ttiih, 31sl ult., Sarah Andros. In hei 7 In" y?w Hedford. 1st, Nathaniel Moulton affljesmsim u...,elhtaoeu. P. Tobey, aged 72 rears. In W ' 27tb ult-, JosSnh li-ln I ITovidenee, 1st, -, Little Llllle Ki Nonnand, - 3 die I'rasVr.2; Michael Cauin.ld, 40; Jame Miaaoii. 01: 31s( ull. John Campbell, 411 Margaret J.WeKlfc, 1; Slslult.,Mary A.Her ner.su. ^^^_^ ^_^ ^_ Commonweslta of Uassacbuutta. Ceaxmn ox Pcatio fuai:n...i.:.r Is-) sililltio^s. HTATrnoi'in. Boston, 1. April a, ik«!,. \ THE Committee on Public Charltsble limitations will give a lleartnr to parties interested la th. sutfeetof esuhlu^ug anla-.tirniloii for toe care, keeping and reforaalloo asjrlh,':.. "»* WW Oomtalttet, i)av,april 2t.ll>, at 11 o'clock Inthe foienooo, one of the parcels of land conveyed by saidmortgsge deed, (being a part of the uremlsea conveved by said mortgage and nol heretofore,relca.ed j tho Assignee not intend ing10 foreclo.o aabl mortgage withreference loany other parcel of lane, described therein, but to reserve all bis rights andenoltles tbtre- KA certain lotofland beginning at theiniersecllon of tho easterly lino of land of Tlmolhj Connors with Pleasant stroet, thence northerly hy land of said Connsrt. about one hundred twentj-lhreeadm lost more or less for a corner, thence at an angle or wr essleriy nfly feet, tienec at an angle of ooft-aouthcrly la line, parallel to tho first named line to Pleasant street, tboooe weswrly In lino of said Plaaaant street to.dice of beitlnnlng. contaialag twenty-two and <22 Cfi-100)rods ot land, more or less,being lbs lot enrubared fonr (4) on a plat of land, luirovedjuly 28th, 1871, for lliayton Al Cotel, by Mstbanlel Bialln. Tanns ot sale oaab. Wo tisaitponemenl on acoounl of woatbar. JOBC1-H C AUUKT. AsslgnN of Said Mortfifse. 1rap3,10A7rlM. rlckles,»...- PspperSauce Worcestersbl llalforuiauco.30 TomaloCataop,o,o Baldwin TomaloC: h Mustard. 8 (Isrmao Muitard, FlbestSaladorOll tiottles.16cls.esi b up, IBctsparbottie..r. esnta a bottle, cenis a bottle and toctshol Dutkee'sSalad Dressing 40 Ota pel bonis. Horse Radish, 8 eis. Pepper Re)lsb,0c bo' TOBACCO,CIGARS AND SNCFF NatyToaacco, 14 ouoco plogs,33 ets eae Doob'oThtck Navy Tobaceo.Oqs. plu«s,21 I!. * L.rianetTobacco, 14 ot.plugs, 4. c B.*I..ChookorilarToba dcts-'plnc 11.dl I..FlnsbTobacco, IUooucl... 1 plugs.1? n.stl-.natyclippings.so eta per pound Tone Rose Smoahag Tohacoo, 88 cts.lb. Bolaee Tobacco, 8 els package. Haarf,42ctalb;12cts ptrqoarterpocar Sriar WoodPlpaa/lOaants. MATCHK*. I^jng cardmatohcs.ijcts package.. Braia,sBeslMatcbes,(lVo01a,)20cpackac rortlaud Hlar Maukss. 16 CIS saoksge. rarlocmbtchrs.soos. 4 cts boa ; 46 ettd Parlor Matches, OOOt. 0 cts box, 1)2eu d li«[liasji^irood bo^mrosrtoskissc m \ UM%$m ]ffi&>b

9 Individual Record Page 1 of1 Individual Record Select record to download - (50 maximum) FamilySearch International Genealogical Index v4.02 North America r Benjamin Thomas BURT Sex: M Event(s): Birth: 5 Mar 1822 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Parents: Father: Edward BURT Mother: Elizabeth Source Information: Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type C V. 15 Film Film C V. 1 Film NONE C V. 2 Film NONE C V. 13 Film NONE C V. 3 Film NONE C Q0Q1251V.4 Film NONE C V. 5 Film NONE C V. 7 Film NONE C V. 12 Film NONE C V. 14 Film NONE C V. 15 Film NONE Sheet: Return to search results Prepare selected recc rds for download by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. Allrights reserved. English approval: 3/1999 Use of this site constitutes your acceptance of these Conditions of Use (last updated: 3/22/1999). Privacy Policy (last updated: 10/12/2001). 29 httpy/wwvv.familysearch.org v OURS? 3/21/2002

10 1880 United States Census census Place: Fall River, Bristol, Massachusetts Source: FHL Rim National Archives Film T Page 268B Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Benjamin T. BURT Self M M W 58 MA Sarah BURT Wife F M W 54 MA Wilfred BURT Son M S W 15 MA 7/12/2002 Copyright 2000 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. Page 1

11 r. o -r 1 A FALL RIVER, MA DIRECTORY Burt, (Benjamin T) & Cameron (John A), grocer, 48 Bedford house, Hanover, North Walnut

12 The War In Central America. New Orleans, April 8. The steamer Ellie Knight arrived here yesterday, from Livingston. Her passengers say that whon they left, Uarrios was taking every ablebodied man he ctntld lay his hands on. The banana planters had nearly all fled to es cape service. At Truxillo and other ports, oarth works had been thrown up for defense agalusl the American navy. S. S. Cox's Mother Dead. Nkw York, April 3. A special to the Teleijram from Zanosville, 0., says: The niothor of Hon. S. S. Cox, minister to Tur key, died at midnight. She has been surrouuded by her four daughters, her brother, and her son. She was a daughtor of Judgo Samuel Sullivan, and was 84 years old. Wind and Hall. Galveston, Tex., April 3. A dispatch from Corsicana says: "'A terrible windand hail storm swept ovor hero yesterday. Hail stones weighing soveral ounces fell, smashing windows and skylights..the cattle suffered severely." Freight Train Wrecked. Harrisonvixle, Mo.,April 3. A freight train on the Missouri Pacific railroad was wrecked near here Wednesday night, fire, cars going through a bridge,whiob hod been weakened by a flood. One man was Jellied." Damage by Freshet*. New York, April 3. Reports from towns on the Hudson, Mohawk, Delaware, Susquehanna and Allegheny.rivers show that these rivers are rising, and consider able damage has been done by freshets. -,.., ', ;_..*. JFrenoh Transports. "" ''/' NewYork, April 3. Tho agent in ibis dtv'of the French Trans-atlantique Steam ship Co., confirmed the report yesterday that the (teamen Labrador and Canada bawe been purohased by the French govern- OMt to oanyitmopa to China,.., ^:..*i*b^lk»'da*t^'ina'bak«r5'i! O>0 vnifcjh WJ8.,'AnriJ;4>4A.Ji»» "#' hour.wednesday night, destroyed echt & Hume^E baker shop. Hearjr jrhd.slept over tup.«to*e, #&»ndmat&#^at&v, -" - ii uwutiouai' iiuu muiauiiy intuits 1110 jiuiico made soven arrests, investigated twenty cases, iniellod twelve disturbances, restored three lost children, lodged twenty-seven tratnp3 and found two 9tores left open. jyprivate sale day aud evening. All goods marked In plain figures, at the great Hook Sale, 23 South Malnstreot. 83?*"The Host Washing Compound of the day is undoubtedly JAMES FYLE'S PEAR- LINE. It cleanses the dirtiest and most deli cate fabric without ibjury aud with little la bor. For sale by grocers. MARRIED. In Long Plain, 29th ult., William J. Gibbs of Acusbuet to Airs. Charlotte A. Howard, of Now Bedford. In Providnnee, 29th ult., Ira C. Harden and Cella B. Corey. -" ' ' '' DIED.,Yn this oity, ^;1st, Benjamin T. Burt, aged 03 years and 25 day8. [Funeral services from his late residence, No. 14 Bigelow street, on Saturday at 1 p. m. Relatives and friends are Invited tcattend.] 1st, Rome, infant son of Robert and Jane ^i Cherry, aged 1 year and 6 months. 2d, Julia Kgwife of James C. Eddy, in the k60th year of her age. j \ [Funeral Saturday, 4th lust, at 3 p. in., from 47 June street. Burial at convenience of the 1st, Mrs. Lydla Cook, aged 91 years, 4 months and 15 days. JFuneralservlcos at the residence of her ston r.-aiexan*sr. O.Cook, No. 8 Ridge street, Monday, Oth, ajt 11 o'clock a.m. Relatives and friends are 'invited to attend. 83, Henry Warburton, aged 44 years,- 1 monthand 8Adays... In Pawtaoket, 2d, Emily Cole, 70. Ih Boston, 81s ult., Sarah Andros, in her 78th year. f In. lbt, Nathaniel Moulton, Acdshnet, 31st ult., Elizabeth P. Tobey, WestoWt.. S7th ult.,, Joseph Delman, 66. die f*mf$m &&?:wnlfls)ld, 46; James Maaaon. 61: Slst utttjohn Oampbeli, 46; Margaret J. MoNiff, Ij olat ult., Mary A. Ben- nsfr.-ao.' '?"'.- -'. ' +>!tjt^ont«r,th%c if.persons arrested onnoss. at Room A DAY, AprllJSk, Cha hs Ur-.)' oosb, Boston land, more orless, boing the lotnumberedfour (4) on a plat ofland, surveyed July 28th, 1871, tor Brayton St, Covel, by Nathaniel Smith. Terms ol sale cash. No postponement on ac, at 10 o'owok a. mv ' ~ count ol weather. JOSEPH L. AUDET. ". C. MttHfi. :-'jm, '---- ''-'.^ ;-0'; 1".- ' '- ' v--i;.4 ABSifofe of SaicVMortgageo. or ta'teitouseyon Wlto^BSs's Urtf '. ' :*' ' sumo siijjtit damage sels. was done to Uotli ves- E3F" Call and examine the line stock of new Books at the Boston Co.'s sale, 23 South Main street. REMOVAL. The stock of Clothing, Hats, Caps sad Fur nishing Goods lately in the store of H. J. MA. mnt.n & Co. has been removed to No. 14 North Main street, next doer to Sokoll & Winslow, Where tho public can purchase anything in that Hue lower than elsewhere in Fall River. The stock must be sold, and low prices will do it. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should always bo used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves the lit tle suffererat onco ; it produces natural, quiet sleep,by relieving tho child from pain, and the ilttlecherub awakes as "bright as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes tho child, softensthe gums,allays all pain,relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is tho best known remedy for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other onuses. Twenty-live ents a bottle. ae:jt>-daw-ly MORTGAGEE'S SALE. Y VIRTUE of a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage deedr Bgiven by Peter J. B. Bedard to Mary B. Young and John S. Brayton, copartners as B. M. C, Durfee & Co., dated July 25th, 1881, and re corded in Bristol County North District Reg istry of Deeds, Jn Book 893, pages 384 to 387, (whloh mortgage deed has been asiigned to J. L. Audet 6y deed dated January6tfi, 1885, and recorded in above Registry, in Book 429, Sages 88 and 87,) will be sold by Public AuClon, for breach of the conditions, upon the reraises hereunder described, on 8ATUR- )AY, Aprili;26th, 1885, at 11 o'clock in the foienoon/one of the parcels of land conveyed by said mortgage deed, (being a part of the premises conveyed by Baid mortgage, and not heretofore released: the Assignee not-intend ing to foreclose said mortgage with reference 40 any other parcel ofldand described-therein, butto reserve all bisrights andeqnitfes there to,) namely: - A cartaip lotfbf land beginning at the inter section of the easterly line of laud of Timothy Connors with Pleasant street, thence norther ly by land of said Conner*, about one hundred fwenty-tfafee anm feet more or less for a corner, thenco at an angle of 90 easterly ' rfeet, thenceat an anglo of 90Vsoutherly in* parallel to the first named,line to icasant street,thence westerly in line of said 'leasant streetto alsoe of beginning, contain-- Mteftramii^ rod* of.-..:s-:'i *& FAU Ri^FR G-NfeNlNiQ NEW3

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16 Individual Record Page 1 of 1 Individual Record Search results I Download Benjamin T. BURT Male 1880 United States Census Next Individual Household Other Information: Birth Year Birthplace Age Occupation Marital Status Race Head of Household Relation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace Source Information: Census Place Family History Library Film NA Film Number Page Number <1822> MA 58 Huckster M <Married> W <White> Benjamin T. BURT Self MA MA Fall River, Bristol, Massachusetts T B View original image Q forafeeat^,;tw7,):c7,w TltEClIUHCHOr JESUS CHRIST or 1ATTER-DAY SAINTS by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. English approval: About Us I Contact Us I Press 3/1999 Room Use of this sile conslitules your acceptance of these Conditions of Use (last,.. _..,. _ LD5 Church Sites [ LDS Country updated: 3/22/1999). Privacy Policy (last updated: 11/24/2004) v Sites record.asp?indi code=l880u... 9/26/2005

17 1880 United States Census Household Record Page 1 of Household Record 1880 United States Census Search results I Download Previous Household Next Household Household: Name Benjamin T. BURT Sarah BURT Wife M Wilfred BURT Son S Relation e.^'g Gender RaceAge Birthplace Occupation Self M Male W 58 MA Huckster Female W 54 MA Male W 15 MA Keeping House At School MA MA MA Father's Birthplace MA MA MA Mother's Birthplace Source Information: Census Place Fall River, Bristol, Massachusetts Family History Library Film NA Film Number T Page Number 268B View original image O forafeeatyj,/[w7,-,.aw/ the citukcii or JESUS CHRIST Or LATTER-DAY SAINIS by Inlelleclual Reserve. Inc All rights reserved. English approval: About Us I Contact Us I Press 3/1999 Room Use of Ihis site constitutes your acceptance ol these Conditions of Use (last.. _, ^^ _ LDS Church Sites LDS Country updated: 3/22/1999). Privacy Policy (last updated: 11/24/2004). 30 Sites v /26/2005

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22 house, the meetings of Friends began t.. In- frequented. '"<' wil.l..n ten years after the stonily dose of the Craig head pastorate, a (Junker meeting-house was luiill i172:")?) and seems to have become the real religious centre and parish church of the town. -For!lt cast half a century." it is alleged, "the Friends, or (Junkers, were numerically the largest worshiping congregation in town, embracing the men of first minds, most money and best manners."" The meeting-house was built, a few miles north of the..1,1 town church near Mother's Brook. car wil;il is still called (Junker Hill, not far distant from the blcaehery, and just across the street from what is known as the South School House." H i the work of the Quaker meeting interesting and valuable as it was. had no seed in itself alter its kind. Alter a generation or two. [he deserted chapel was removed to the northern edge of the town, when- a more recent building now occupies the place of it. and is still used for worship by a congregation having few or no (Junker characteristics. At last, in the year it seemed as if a better day was dawning for the Freetown church. September Moth ot that year took place the first distinct and formal organi zation of a church, according to the order which the New England fathers had drawn from their studies of the New '! -lament, and two months later December 2nd was ordained to the office of pastor a man whose name deserves to be held in loving remembrance by later generations. Silas Brett. He was at this time about thirty years old. He was born in Bridgewater, had studied at Vale College, 'lad been a student of theology with the pastor of his native town, and before coming to Freetown had preached lor atime at Easton. Many a foreign missionary has gontr - ' his held with less evidence of the martyr spirit Ulan vas shown by Silas Brett when Ik- came to re-open for DEACON HtNJAM.-l SUB' K. VV. Peine in History of Ii nstcii County." j> 297, nesloei.ce or DEACON BENJAM'M BURT. 0

23 Marriage Index:Massachusetts, White, Reubin White, Keubin Sex: M Spouse : King, Beulah Marriage Date : Mar 9, 1816 Town; Plymouth County: Plymouth Sex: M Spouse: King, Ueulah MarriageDale : Aug 23, 1816 Town: Plymouth Countv: Plymouth BENJAMIN'S GRANDPARENTS

24 Civil War Research and Genealogy Database Page 1 of 1 Soldier History Benjamin T. Burt Home Residence Fall River MA; a 39 year-old Mason. Enlisted on 9/28/61 as a Private. Personnel Owectory Officer Directory Sotoiar Report List On 12/3/61 he mustered into MA 5th Light Artillery He Re-enlisted on 12/11/63 He was Mustered Out on 6/12/65 at Camp Meigs, Readville, MA Sources: - Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the Civil War Home Page Demo HDS Historical Data Systems, Inc. P.O. Box*196 Kingston, MA hup:// Iistory?U& /11/00

25 Civil War Research and Genealogy Database Page 1 of 1 Town Data Homo Fall River, MA Bristol County Population in 1860: 14,026 Soldiers by In Method Soldiers by Out Method Reportlist Enlisted/Commissioned L3JP Killed or Mortally Wounded: 37 Drafted: 18 Died as POW: 29 Died of Disease: 45 Total Men: Disabled: 118 Deserted: Discharged: Mustered Out: 916 Note: Most state Adjutant General Reports did not provide Residence information. The table above reflects only the data in the HDS database. Home Page Demo HDS Historical Data Systems, Inc. P.O. Box 196 Kingston, MA To\vnDesc?MA&Fall%20River& 2/11/00

26 BURT, BENJAMIN T. HISTORICAL DATA, COUNTIES in MASSACHUSETTS FALL RIVER, Bristol County Incorporated as a town by State 1802, c 89 Incorporated as a city by State 1854, c Feb. June Feb. Apr. Apr. Apr Fall River incorporated as a town, from part of Freetown. Name of the town of Fall river changed to Troy. Name of the town of Troy changed to Fall River. Incorporated as a city. Act of April 12,1854, accepted by the town Certain lands on the east side of Mount Hope bay annexed by the change of bounds of Massachusetts and Rhode Island June 14 Bounds between Fall River and Westport located and defined. Archaic Names of the Municipality Freeman's Purchase, Quequechan Region, Troy Section/Village Names Border City, Bowenville, Brookville, Copecut, Flint Village, Globe Village, High lands, Indian Town, Interlachen, Maplewood, Mechanicsville, New Boston, Oak Grove Village, Renaud Heights, Sagamore City, Somerset Junction, Steep Brook, Watuppa.

27 FIFTH MASS. BATTERY. Patrick Walsh Ncw Bedford, James A. Tripp Ncw Bedford, John G. Sanford Robert Miller Ncw Bedford, Michael Dugan Alexander Moore Henry D. Crapo Andrew W. Almy Fairhaven, Francis Carson J hn A en ' Benjamin T. Burt Fall River, James Winters, Bugler William W. Carsley Albion K. P. Hayden George S. Manchester Jacob Peacock Charles C. Weeden Joseph W. Clarke Thomas Higgins James Neild Elisha J. Gibbs Charles A. Clark James Kay Benjamin Graham Benjamin F. Smith John Waddington Edwin J. Butler Thomas Carney William Pindcr James T. Shepard Joseph Hall John E. Dyer Edward T. Wilson 2d Edward W. West Fairhaven, Philip T. Quillin Fairhaven,' William H. Dunham Fairhaven, ISiiSpp

28 FIFTH MASS. BATTERY. 550 Dyer's Notes: "March 8th. Sunday. Cooking range which the company paid for by subscription came today. Cost, $ " Scott's Notes: "March 8th. Lieut. Terry leaves for Washington to join bis battery at Fori Monroe. Attended divine service at Captain Martin's Head Quarters, con ducted bv Elias Nason. 9th. Lieut. Spear Officer of the D,v Drill on pieces: Scott Officers of the 5th in vited over to Captain Martin's Hd. Qrs. Band in attendanceo, On this day a band of rebel cavalry passed through the Union lines, entered Fairfax. Va. and captured a general and a few privates; also all the government horses mthe place, and made their escape. Chase's Diary: "March th, A 'council of war' was held bv the men. and they voted to reform the cook-house discipline and to relieve Waddington and Burt from the cooking department. W. &B. were supersede., bv Townscnd and Trumbull, who entered upon their duties with the new machine today. Anew cook-house bu.lt and several improvements made.' Scott's Notes: "March nth p. m. hitched up for drill by sections: Lull, Blake, Spear. 3P- '" Suns f dered in position to command Potomac Bridge, fear of a raid bv the R&s. Ordered to report on some bread Waterman in position near our left. Eve. sharp lookout ' Dyer: "nth... We expect a raid from Stuart's cavalrv. On guard." Chase: "nth.... A fatigue parly detailed to clear up the ground round the guns, and three extra posts for guard added. With Whitcher all the forenoon cutting and draw ing wood to camp Tor family use.' Apicked up dinner, but hot supper of beef steak and soft bread. A game 01 base ball started after roll call this p. m. Company ordered

29 FIFTH MASS. BATTERY. 72 THE MASS. ioth BATTERY NEAR BY. From Scott's Notes: "The ioth Battery was attacked on he march with the Sixth Corps. Serg't. Wood... of the,oth Battery was struck fro... his horse by a ball passing through his neck from arebel carbine. Afterwards he was First Lieutenant of the,6.1. Mass. Battery." This was while Scott commanded it. Colonel 1tulip L Woodfin was Governor oi the Southern Branch. National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, at Hampton, Va., "Cirs. and died there August The bullet t at irik him October 13,.8O3. and lodged in the back 0 his neck Captain Scott took from his shoulder July 4. >«&4. October 26,.863. Reveille at usual camp hour Cold -,nd wet Lieut. Appleton mentions the building of alarge ^cultr fireplace in front of our tent." The men had nolhi g but hard bread to eat in the morning, but in the tloon the wagons came up. Some cannonading wa heard towards the Rappahannock, and orders were received m be ready to move at short notice. was seen th* first ice of the season. He was on guard th. "ht Wllre Corporal Shackley was, ice was ha an inch In thickness. On the 27th firing was heard at the south towards the Rappahannock. LIEUT. APPLETON'S LETTER HOME. "Camp -\t Auburn near Cedar Run, Oct Rode over to Army H'd Q'rs and called on Theodore Lyman. Burt (the cook) brought us some good grub from Gainesville, 2turkeys. Cargill (Lieut.,n the Ihud Mas Battery) called on us from Boston. By the way, how well the Virginians named their streams here, every one is a run' Last Saturday they interrupted the quiet of a rainy

30 ._-. FIFTH MASS. BATTERY. 849 guidon. The letter carrier too was important in the expe rience of the Battery. The young fellow who used to shave me was Niles. The forms of the farriers and teamsters too come back to me, and there were two cooks, Burt and Phippen, the latter waited at our mess, and also drove on the march the two-wheeled battery cart we officers had fcr our own persona! effects, and which was of the greatest convenience and comfort. On the 18th of March, 1865, I was commissioned As sistant Inspector General on the staff of the Commander-in- Chief of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Governor lohn A. Andrew, and duly look the oath as Captain on March '/th. I immediately started for the front to report to General Wainwright still in command of the Artillery Brigade, Fifth Army Corps, to whom I was detailed as Volunteer aide de camp. Twas present at the Battle of Five Forks and at the Surrender at Appomattox, and marched with the Army of the Potomac in the Grand Review of May 22.I nding my favorite horse 'Folko,' who had been left with Genera^ Wainwright while I was away from the Army, the little \' one remaining with the Battery. COPY OF A BREVET. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. [Seal of the USA War Office.] (Picture' of an eagle with outspread wings beneath,1, motto To E Pluribus unum.) Ml who shall see These Presents Greet.ng.,- T^t do hereby confer on Nathan Appleton, of the Know ye, that 1 no nenuy United States by and Unite. Slates Volunteers, in J- %U%* j Captain By with the advice and consen of Uk Senate.^ ^^ ^ Brevet, in sa.d serv.ee, to rankass ^M d!^*sjltil^ ** ba"k " Vir8h,i3 Central Railroad. -:...-;; " ~

31 Know (1882.).ll Men By The Presents. THAT WE and of /l^yko in the County of,/^w-^/v^s as Principal V. as sureties and all within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, are hoklen and stand firmly bound and obliged unto William E. Fuller, Esquh^JudgejjftheBrobate Court in and/or the County of Bristol, in the full and just sum of rvo&o 0 tsj-^c/l^ts^-4 A~-<^ 0^_J Dollars, to be paid to the said Judge and his successors in said office; to the true payment whereof we bind ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, by these presents. Sealed with our, seals.,*- A/ /I Dated the cr^-l ^^i^-txmy day of &1^^J-^> in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and /^-^^^^^vto*^^^^^.^ The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bo AdministratTO^y5' late of om>he estate of c^^il^'^i/m^/' in said County of Bristol, deceased, intestate, shall First, Make and return to said Probate Court within three months after he/r appointment, a true inventory of all the real and personal estate of said deceased which at the time of the making of such inventory, shall have come to the possession or knowledge of said administrath-y' Second, administer according to law, all the personal estate of said deceased which may come to the possession of said AdministratY^,y, or of any person for h-^v, and also the pro ceeds of any of the real estate of said deceased that may be sold or mortgaged by h^-v; Third, render, upon oath, a true account of h-«v administration, at least once a year until h >t trust is fulfilled, unlessdi C> is excused therefrom in any year by said Court: and also to lender such account at such other ^inivs as ^aid Cuuri m&j order; Fourth, pay to such persons as said court may direct, any balance remaining in hc^^ hands upon the settlement of h sy accounts: and Fifth, deliver h Q/Vletters of administration into said Court in case any will of said de ceased is hereafter duly proved and allowed; then this obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. Signed, Bcaled nnd delivered In the i>re8enec ol > Ci^>_. BRISTOL SS....(^<e.A^.<^,^A...^..o/^^...s -2-<^ A. D. ic!?--^. Examined and approved ^-^^^rt*^^^ of Probate Court.

32 . LV CTif^ REPRODUCED AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES^ (Pensioner Duoi'PED.) WIDOW. / / r... ^0Sn.0^3&/Oo u>h. O tecwvumibna c/ Srende'ffld. il..9!r.i.!!!?.?, ^ 'a.- /F/iele/w ie/iolt ///at //c name #/[...jq.qa*s. I', ttwf wad a /icndeoncl. en t/ie iecte o/z/tj s/amcy, am/a ^at/yemk SF#...2r.^.C?/±^?..., am/<ado wad /zdtfiati/ a/ $J3?..., &..^...\<husjls., /t?jlu-, /ad Jem a/c/f//*/ vecaude g/... «.... fy/cly, icd/iccy/a/zy., W/ #1 /7\^<Wf-T^t^Jx Every name dropped to be thus reported at once. (.:!(".«) in M.I» 6 lttl

33 To the Honorable the Judge of the Probate Court in and for the County of Bristol: Respectfully) Represents w//«>t4^»///. ^"y&j^^-/ / of ^om-js&svt^. /) /2 in thecounty of XjH^-^^O -**/)/>,7^<V^6-l^y <svo A^ty-ivO «J whfrlast whp-jlast dweltip ir <^ jl<k<2ayt&^ in said County of Bristol, died on the ^MA/tUaIa -^^^AiMy, day of ^HA.yKAy 'AJ. A y intestate/possessed'of goods and estate leaving widow, whujc luinc h in the year of our Lord eighteen hundrejjrand ninety- &C4/-0 «n&as h J{_j only next of kin the persons whose names, residence and relationship to the deceased are as follows, viz that remaining to be administered, That your petitioner is. OrtXJ,3^^/;/!^ * Wherefore your petitioner prays thatshe may be appointed AdministratT'-tj^ of the estate of said deceased. and the said petitioner certifies that the statements herein contained are true to the best of h sr knowledge and belief. Subscribed and sworn to, this /0 Before me, The undersigned, being all the parties be granted without further notice. suls A. D. 189J. t/.4..<x%^.j%y%!ylyjustice of the Peace. fn the foregoing petition, desire the same may ffifa.*<j%. O fej^-

34 United States of America COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS City of Fall River Certified Copy of Record of Death in the Office of the City Clerk I, the undersigned, hereby certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of Fall River, Massachusetts; that as such I have custody of the records of deaths, required by law to be kept in said city; and I do hereby certify that the following is a true copy from said records. Registered Number 380 Date of Death...ARr.il..l.^ Name Benjamin. J... Burt Husband or Maiden Name of Wife 777 Veteran (Yes or No) Color 77 Sex...Male Condition.Married Age:...63 Years 7. Months?5 Days - Cause of Death...Heart.Disease Residence Place of Death Place of Burial 14.Bi.aelpw.St..?a.U...?iXe.r.t..Mass. Q?.H..Q^.?.Y^..P.e.m.^^..?3il...?.iy ^.^..?l?.?s.. Occupation Mason Birthplace Plymouth,..Mass. Name of Father...Edward...Burt Maiden Name of Mother.Elizaheth~-- Birthplace of Father...?lXm.?.V.trh?...Mas.s: Birthplace of Mother.?ly.?..th;...Mass. Date of Record.AjPr^.L*A...\?85 WITNESS my hand and the SEAL OF THE CITY OF FALL RIVER on this 1.2th._ day of November B-CU.-W4 (^djj f ^mi*-*//* *.** * Guy Clerk

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36 Jtt ie te$mtei?el Q^c^Maam Date of Marriage. Y7 J <UZc/ / <? Xames and Sur-Xames of Groom and Bride. Residence of Each. Age of Each. Iw^^/^*/-- f^w-^v ^&^^^ -Z. ^/<M Occupation of i Place of Birth of Groom. i Each. ktcu* / Xames of Parents. What Marriage. Name and Official Station of the by Whom Married. < o ui a o K o. ui a l}.^y^/u.j. K:^L(. ^r^z^^r^^ of the City of Vail River, in tlie County of Bristol, Conn sachusetts, do hereby depose and say tluvt I am Clerk of said City of Fall River, that by virtue of my ofi tody of tlie Books of Records of said Citu of Fall River; andjliatlfind upon one of saifabooks, records ivords and figures, the Marriage of ^J?^..<^h^^*^. \ (&M4< I^.. and.. of Wyhich said record, the above is at tiftie copy. In.witness wliereof, I havq hereto affixed the seal of day of ^.Jx ^^^-- A- D- 188^ \, N. \ Attest, J^5JLA^^

37 aiiaelielelti ^^..i^^..^^^s^^&^?^_^r«ai»ter. and Sur-Xames of Groom and Bride. HsM-l/ *A Residence of Each. Age of Each. 4jUZ UWVl*t<J' i> xy ^h^dpuu J.C Occupation of ' Place of Birtli of Groom. i Each. fkcta* / Xames of Parents. What Marriage. Xame and Official Station of the Person by Whom Married. Date of Registry: m 3 s > 2 > jf )L/^/y.,.\^{j.^^Jy^^^^.. of the City of Fall River, in the County of Bristol, Commonwealth of Mas-1 ED sachusetts, do hereby depose and say that I am Clerk of said City of Fall River, that by virtue of my office, I have the cus litjlof Fall River; andjjicitl find upon one ofsuictobooks, recorcled infairland legible tody of the Books of Records of said, Citu of Fall Riv words and figures, the Marriage of... JW^^. \/,. (Au^.. and ;jaw^...^...^4fe. of wfrich said record, the above is at mte copy. In-witness whereof, I have hereto affixed the seal of the said City, this day of &..j AU*zfe*^... A. D ^ \ Attest, City Clerk.

38 c«9 IMiliewa iq m %m, (butty of tfifw, tftfmmrtty ' DateofDeath.., 1/2^6- / Xame. {fa*p24h4ri/ ' ' {j^u4/- Condition. Sex. m U<U I fhu/t/ AGE. lulvfr. Disease. Place of Deatli. Place of Birth. 3 y/u^jimjf #4?*~di- <fy""^& Names of Parents. JL 4 daszwm P'^JfrcJeM) Place c (00/, a ui u o a. c,'vi v. / I. -ZL& ^-^2,6^Md^. of the City of mi Siver, in t/ie Coiutfo of Bristol, Com ^^eustdzurzy^e a,,,, say thai Iam Clerk of,m City of Fall Star. mj** of my o, tody of the Book, of Beoords of sanity <>/ '" *»*V J**" ''? ">'m ""«f *"** ^"^ """*",,«,',,,.,,/,/,v»«,, the Death of MteH***** \/.(0&* l f ^'d?/ecord; m'?z tataus* whereof, I have hereto affixed the seal of tht said City, this "' " 1SS*~ Jttest, MJO*W

39 ml k fall Jfoefi flonuty of JJrigfcol, ^[a achu ett., Z6 /, /, '{Zl&Z/Ltl Jftegister. {,/itsiriy Xame., ' (4U'M Condition. Sew AGK. Sfears. M«W, Disease. Place of Death. Place of Birth. Names of Parents. /fctlt/ ^ >**' '/^adjjuzlq /tf&^-^k (?l^n^cd> &. dwz-<t-^y ^ & &$>* s-i/io> Place of Burial. Date of Registry. chm^h,; MuAft/tfj o a c o m t I, 1^/...LC/... ^':...'^C^tLlCfrb*?^.. of the City of Fall Favor, in the County of Bristol, Commonwealth of Mas- g sachusetts, do hereby depose and say that I am Clerk of said City of Fall River, that by virtue of my office, I have the cus-i tody of the Books of Records of samj'ily of Fall River; and that I find upon one of said Books, recorded infair and legible words andfigures, the Death of \$..&Mj.&>W&tt< }..it,jj2/^t...ofudiich said record, the abovejs atj^ue copy. In XLf&rit/fc. day of. ^^..^GS^!... witness whereof. I have hereto affixed, the seed of the said City, this A. I). 1SSS~~.I/lest, jf$&.,.^av^^^----- City Clerk.

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