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Muster Roll of Captain Henry Bailey’s Company

Muster Roll of Captain Henry Bailey’s Company of Infantry in the Detachment of drafted Militia of Maine, called into actual service by the State, for the protection of its Northeastern Frontier from the fifth day of March, 1839, the time of its rendezvous at Calais Maine, to the sixth day of April, 1839, when discharged or mustered. Captain Henry Bailey. Lieutenant John A. Brown. Ensign William Worster. Sergeants Pickering Patten. Zenas Wheeler. Curtis Merritt. John Church. Corporals Moses Worster, Jr. Joshua W. Norton. Nathan G. Peasley. Amos Whitten. Musicians. Archibald Smith. James P. Lawrence. Privates Allen, Joseph S. Bagley, James. Beal, William D. Caler, John B. Caligan, Humphrey. Chandler, Barnabas S. Church, George W. Connery, John. Cotton, William. Crowley, Nathaniel. Cummings, Amos. Cummings, Samuel B. Cummings, William B. Dorr, John F. Dorr, Joseph P. Dorr, Leonard W. Dorr, Moses W. Dorr, Richard B. Farr, James. Farnsworth, George. Foster, William. Grant, Ephram. Grant, James D. Holmes, William. Jacques, William. Knowlton, Joel. Leighton, James. Low, Lehi. McCarthy, Charles. McCaslin, Amaziah N. McCaslin, Stephen J. McKinsey, Joseph D. McLure, James. Newingham, Nicholas. O’Brien, Matthew. Peabody, Joshua. Pickett, James. Plummer, Fellars. Reynolds, James. Richardson, Enoch. Sinclair, William. Skinner, Justin. Small, Elbridge G. W. Smith, Moses. Smith, Russell. Steward, Temple C. Tabberts, Jeremiah. Tabberts, John 2d. Tabberts, Otis. Tabberts, Samuel H. Tinney, Otis. Tucker, John. Turner, Patrick. Whitney, Asa B. Willey, Amos P. Woodward, Thomas. Worster, Isaac Jr. Worster, John Jr. Worster, Mark. Wright,...

Disbursements to Cherokees under the Treaty of May 6, 1828

Abstract of disbursements and expenditures made by George Vashon, Indian Agent for the Cherokees west of the Mississippi, under the stipulations of the Treaty with said tribe of 6th May, 1828, between the 16th September, 1830, and the 31st December, 1833. In total this list represents 390 Cherokee families and 1835 individuals who each received 25.75 as part of their payment under the 5th article of the treaty of 6th May, 1828.

1863 Settlers of Gallatin County, Montana

George E. McKinsey, born in Indiana Aug. 22, 1822. In 1854 he removed to Nebraska, remaining there until 1863, when he went to Montana with an ox-team, and mined for three years at Alder gulch. In 1866 he removed to Madison Valley, and established a ferry, but went back to mining the following year, and in 1869 returned to Middle Creek, settling finally near Bozeman in 1871. He married Sarah Anna Wilson in 1850. Andrew Cowan, Hillsdale, born in Ky March 1834, and raised on a farm. Went to Salt Lake from Missouri by stage in 1863, and from there to Virginia City. Engaged in freighting for one year, after which took a farm of 480 acres in the Gallatin Valley, and raised cattle and horses. He married Rachel C. Tribble in 1872. Henry Heebe, Central Park, born in Pennsylvania Nov. 17, 1840, was bred a fanner. In 1856 went to Kansas, where he resided until 1863, when he proceeded to Montana. In 1864, together with William Coly, William Riley, and Clarke, he discovered the celebrated Pony mine, and the McDonald and Strawberry mines. Heebe sold his interest in the Pony for a trifle, and settled on a farm on the Gallatin River. C. Etherington was born in England June 25, 1831, and emigrated to the U. S. in 1854. After 3 years spent in Pennsylvania, went to Kansas, and thence to Colorado in 1859. Returned to Kansas, and again to Colorado in 1862, whence he went to Virginia City and Bannack in the following year, and settled in 1864 in the Gallatin Valley, 12 miles south-west of Bozeman,...

Biographical Sketch of Benjamin H. McKinsey

Benjamin H. McKinsey is one of the younger business element of Champaign, a vigorous and progressive citizen and a man who makes good his promises and professions at whatever cost or sacrifice to himself. He was born in Urbana, August 21, 1888, son of Jacob and Mary E. (Young) McKinsey. His father was born at Antioch, Indiana, while his mother is a native of Leverett, Champaign County. Jacob McKinsey came to Champaign County about 1886, locating at Urbana, and for a number of years was an agent for Cole Brothers, lightning rod manufacturers. He continued a resident of Urbana until his death in 1896. The only child of his parents, Benjamin H. McKinsey had the advantages of the common schools and early sought a means of earning his own living. In 1906, at the age of eighteen, he went with the Champaign Gas Company and worked as a gas fitter about two years. Another two years he was employed in Urbana as a boiler maker helper. Mr. McKinsey then entered the establishment of Mr. A. Peters, and for the past eight years has been in his employ. On December 23, 1909, he married Miss Stacia Hall, a native of Champaign. They have one child, Lawrence. Mr. McKinsey is a Democrat and has served as alderman from the First Ward. He has always been interested in politics and has served three years as democratic committeeman. Fraternally he is identified with the Masonic...

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