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Hartsuff competed at the United States nationals and won in the intermediate lightweight men's four and eight crews.In 1991, he was a finalist in the men's pair at the United States Pan American Games trials.

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The Maryland Monument uas dedicated on May 30, 1002 by President William Mc Kinley. 720 IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES MAY 23, 1962 Mr. Whereas, Monday, September 17, 1962, will mark the one hundredth anniversary of the Battle of Antietam; and Whereas it was near the small village of Sharpsburg, Maryland, that the Army of the Potomac under command of General George B. As a result there was much fear and alarm in Washington. These two corps ( Continued on page 45 ) — 15 — IN MEMORY OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA TROOPS WHO FOUGHT AT THE BATTLE OF SHARPSBURG 1st Infantry Regiment (Provisional Army), Gregg's Brigade, A. Hill's Division 1st South Carolina Rifles, Gregg's Brigade, A. Hill's Division 1st South Carolina (Volunteers), Jenkins' Brigade, D. Jones' Division 2nd South Carolina Rifles, Jenkins' Brigade, D. Jones' Division 2nd Infantry Regiment, Kershaws' Brigade, Mc Laws' Division 3rd Infantry Regiment, Kershaws' Brigade, Mc Laws' Division 5th Infantry Regiment, Jenkins' Brigade, D. Jones' Division 6th Infantry Regiment, Jenkins' Brigade, D. Jones' Division 8th Infantry Regiment, Kershaws' Brigade, Mc Laws' Division 7th Infantry Regiment, Kershaws' Brigade, Mc Laws' Division 12th Infantry Regiment, Gregg's Brigade, A. Hill's Division 13th Infantry Regiment, Gregg's Brigade, A. Hill's Division 14th Infantry Regiment, Gregg's Brigade, A. Hill's Division 15th Infantry Regiment, Drayton's Brigade, D. Jones' Division 17th Infantry Regiment, Evans' Brigade, Independent Brigade 18th Infantry Regiment, Evans' Brigade, Independent Brigade. Bachman's Battery (German Artillery), Frobel's Battalion, Hood's Division Boyce's Battery (The Mac Beth Battery), Evan's Independent Brigade Garden's Battery (Palmetto Artillery), Frobel's Battalion, Hood's Division Mc Intosh's Battery (The Pee Dee Artillery), A. Hill's Division Hart's Battery (Pelham's Horse Artillery) Stuart's Cavalry Division SOUTH CAROLINA CONFEDERATE WAR CENTENNIAL COMMISSION 16 — Frederick County in American History By Edward S.

THE MARYLAND CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL COMMISSION 2 — 3 — 87th CONGRESS 2d SESSION H. Mc Clellan and the Army of Northern Virginia under the corn- man of General Robert E. Some expected the Confederates to move into the city at almost any moment. 22nd Infantry Regiment, Evans' Brigade, Independent Brigade 23rd Infantry Regiment, Evans' Brigade, Independent Brigade Palmetto Sharpshooters, Jenkins' Brigade, D. Jones' Division Hampton Legion, Hood's (Wofford) Brigade, Hood's Division Holcombe Legion, Evans' Brigade, Independent Brigade 4th Infantry Battalion, Jenkins' Brigade, D. Jones' Division 2nd South Carolina Cavalry Regiment, Hampton's Brigade, Stuart's Cavalry Division (Lee) ARTILLERY Brooks' Battery, (Elliott commanding), S. Delaplaine Biographer of Thomas Johnson and Francis Scott Key FREDERICK TOWN in Maryland was laid out in 1745 on a tract of land owned by Daniel Dulany, the elder.

Later he moved to his present home and has lived there for a number of years. He arose Sunday morning, apparently feeling as well as usual. They will be held at the Shiloh Methodist church, between Noble and Lexington, and probably will be Tuesday afternoon. On Saturday, July 9, combined forces of Walllace and Ricketts, numbering about 5,800 were positioned at the bridges and fords of the river.

CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.

In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.

1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, 0,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate:

CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, 0,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate:

CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.

In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.

1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, 0,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: [[

CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103. Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible. The aged man came to this county in 1889 and settled near Noble. Wallace's prospects brightened with word that the first contingent of Grant's Veterans, the troops commanded by General Ricketts, had reached Baltimore and were rushing by rail to join Wallace at the Monocacy. Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.

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CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.

In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.

1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103.

Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible.

The aged man came to this county in 1889 and settled near Noble. Wallace's prospects brightened with word that the first contingent of Grant's Veterans, the troops commanded by General Ricketts, had reached Baltimore and were rushing by rail to join Wallace at the Monocacy.

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CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.

In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.

1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103.

Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible.

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CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103. Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible. The aged man came to this county in 1889 and settled near Noble. Wallace's prospects brightened with word that the first contingent of Grant's Veterans, the troops commanded by General Ricketts, had reached Baltimore and were rushing by rail to join Wallace at the Monocacy. Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.

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CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.

In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.

1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103.

Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible.

The aged man came to this county in 1889 and settled near Noble. Wallace's prospects brightened with word that the first contingent of Grant's Veterans, the troops commanded by General Ricketts, had reached Baltimore and were rushing by rail to join Wallace at the Monocacy.

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CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.

In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.

1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103.

Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible.

]] Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103.

Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible.

Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: [[

CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103. Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible. The aged man came to this county in 1889 and settled near Noble. Wallace's prospects brightened with word that the first contingent of Grant's Veterans, the troops commanded by General Ricketts, had reached Baltimore and were rushing by rail to join Wallace at the Monocacy. Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.

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CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.

In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.

1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103.

Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible.

The aged man came to this county in 1889 and settled near Noble. Wallace's prospects brightened with word that the first contingent of Grant's Veterans, the troops commanded by General Ricketts, had reached Baltimore and were rushing by rail to join Wallace at the Monocacy.

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CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.

In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.

1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103.

Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible.

]] Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103. Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible. The aged man came to this county in 1889 and settled near Noble. Wallace's prospects brightened with word that the first contingent of Grant's Veterans, the troops commanded by General Ricketts, had reached Baltimore and were rushing by rail to join Wallace at the Monocacy. Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.

Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: [[

CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103. Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible. The aged man came to this county in 1889 and settled near Noble. Wallace's prospects brightened with word that the first contingent of Grant's Veterans, the troops commanded by General Ricketts, had reached Baltimore and were rushing by rail to join Wallace at the Monocacy. Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.

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CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.

In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.

1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103.

Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible.

The aged man came to this county in 1889 and settled near Noble. Wallace's prospects brightened with word that the first contingent of Grant's Veterans, the troops commanded by General Ricketts, had reached Baltimore and were rushing by rail to join Wallace at the Monocacy.

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CORNFIELD DUNKER CHURCH Ml’MMA $ FARM EAST '_y WOODa PIPER FARM ROULETTE FARM ,565 BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CENTENNIAL AND HAGERSTOWN BICENTENNIAL MIDDLE BRIDGE AUG. 17, 1962 MCCLELLAN’S HQ The Cover YV e wish to thank the American Heritage Publishing Company, Inc., for its kindness in permitting us to use its picture of Antietam Battlelield on our cover. — 5 — ANTIETAM TODAY Mc Kinley monument pry house, Mc Clellan s headquarters — 6 — CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AT HAGERSTOWN (Continued on puge 67) STORMING BURNSIDE BRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 A Time to Remember By John Schildt Author of “September Echoes” Ninety-seven years ago, “our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” The years have passed and now we are remembering the brave men of the blue and gray who fought at South Mountain and Antietam Creek. PIow- ever, during the Seven Days’ Campaign the Union Army met with a series of reversals. At the same time a retreat, without battle, w'ould probably mean the permanent loss of Maryland to the Confederacy.

In 2008 Hartsuff coached the Men's Varsity 8 at University of Michigan to the Inaugural American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championship, which was the first in string of three consecutive titles.

1850 Census: Name: Mary Boatwright Date: December 6, 1850 Age: 7 Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City, County, State): Subdivision 26, Bradley County, Tennessee Page: 267 Roll: M432_871 ) was born in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died in Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. But at Frederick, where the main body of troops headed, General Early himself demanded, and received, $200,000 ransom. Notes for JAMES THOMAS BOATWRIGHT: An interesting note from my immediate family's verbal history, which came from my father: my great-grandfather, James Thomas Boatwright, while on horseback, was ambushed and killed. The fact that he died at an approximate age of 32 can support this. 1860 Census: Name: James Boatwright Date: July 11, 1860 Age in 1860: 8 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Not Stated, Wilkes County, Georgia Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M653_141 Page: 831 Year: 1860 Head of Household: R M Boatwright 1870 Census: Name: Jas Boatright Date: June 15, 1870 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1870: Not Stated, Wilkes, Georgia Occupation: Farming Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $0 Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103.

Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible.

]] Post Office: Washington Roll: M593_184 Page: 366 Image: 292 Year: 1870 1880 Census: Name: A. BOATWRIGHT Date: June 10, 1880 Age: 28 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Georgia Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Mary BOATWRIGHT Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Census Place: District 166, Wilkes, Georgia; Roll: T9_172; Family History Film: 1254172; Page: 179C; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0103.

Death came at his home, three miles north of Lexington. If Wallace could stretch his little army over six miles of riverfront to protect both turnpike bridges, the railroad bridge, and several fords, he could make Early disclose the strength and objective of the Confederate force and delay him as long as possible.

The aged man came to this county in 1889 and settled near Noble. Wallace's prospects brightened with word that the first contingent of Grant's Veterans, the troops commanded by General Ricketts, had reached Baltimore and were rushing by rail to join Wallace at the Monocacy.

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