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Text:"... wife of Rev. Dr. Leonard Bacon. 1. Clara Howe Terry, b. Sept., 1826. 2. AlfredHoweTerry, b. Nov. 10, 1827; grad. Yale Law School ; Brig. Genl U. S. A. ; unm. He commanded the land forces at the capture..."
Date:Between 1066 and 1909
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of Rev. Dr. Leonard Bacon. 1. Clara Howe Terry, b. Sept., 1826. 2. AlfredHoweTerry, b. Nov. 10, 1827; grad. Yale Law School; Brig. Genl U. S. A.; unm. He commanded the land forces at the capture of Fort..."
Date:Between 1066 and 1909
Publication place:New York, USA
Image:59 of 168
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Text:"... Hla Laiit In the Homo olHls NEW Alfred on the retired list of tho died this AlfredHoweTerry was born In lie was educated In school of Now Haven and at tho Yule aw having been already ad mitted..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:West Bend, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...-enforced, and that no desertions occurred except Two Strike and a few followers. DEATH OF GEN. TERRY. The OUI Soldier Passes Away at New Haven. Major Gen. AlfredHoweTerry died on Tuesday morning at four o’clock at his r« sidence..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Monmouth, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:".... remains of Maj. Gen. AlfredHoweTerry, the taker of Fort Fisher, were placet! in their last resting place yester- day afternoon. At 1 o'clock the services were held at the home of the deceased hero..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... in Arcauum JLiali. BURIAL OF MA.J.-GEN. TERRY. No Pomp, Military or Civic, Connected With the Funeral Procession. New Haven, Conn., Dec. 19.—Tho remains of Major-General AlfredHoweTerry, tho taker of Fort..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... ibabtv at tho prospect f his uncle BOOU being ex Sultan, quoth 00111 Maj Gen AlfredHoweTerry com lanhngm Kiehmon 1 has beoij brevetted lujor Geuenl m the Army Maj ien 1 urner has been brevetted Colonel..."
Date:Aug 14 1865
Publication:Petersburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... of the Sea Sullivan of Brooklyn N Y who made in railroad invest ments is six feet tall and a man of mag nificent proportions The late Gen AlfredHoweTerry was more than 6 feet tall and had light hair and blue..."
Date:Dec 4 1891
Publication:Spirit Lake, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... fixed and the whole substance is per meated with solid antiseptic of a per expensive of bad very AlfredHoweTerry x feet teU and had light hair w4 blue eyea His customary quiet and gentle He Kchplariv..."
Date:Feb 4 1891
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... In the If AlfredHoweTerry had hail a military education when ho entered the army at tbe outbreak of the rebellion the chances and probabilities are that he would have conic out at the close of it in the rank..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... General Laid to Rpst. New Haven, Conn., Dec. 20.—The remains of Maj. Gen. AlfredHoweTerry, the taker of Fort Fisher, were placed in their last resting place yesterday afternoon. At 1 o'clock the services..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:New Albany, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... McLaughlin, son by Mr., and Mrs; Frank McCor- H; ss Broklyn, is spendins: a two weeks mi0ic of jsj-ew York. vacation- with her- sister, Mrs. i. i of Central avenue.. Mrs. Alfred .HoweTerry, of .South- port..."
Date:July 24 1924
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... proportions. The Into Gen. AlfredHoweTerry was more than C feet tall, ami had light hair and bine eyes. His customary li.-qirea- sion was quiet r.nd gentle. Professor Koch's eyes were once his strong feature..."
Date:Jan 10 1891
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...-j'.hrr bis d a train as it station and Interasi -0. A Svc of ;be c-r- as Fonerftt Services at New Haven, Conn., of the Major Trrry. IVEW HAVE.V, Conn., Doc. The re- mains of Major General AlfredHoweTerry..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Salem, Ohio, United States of America