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Text:"... and later renowned Indian fighter,AlfredHoweTerry. Had it not been for the faint remnants of a period pencil notation on the back identifying the subject's unit as the 7th C. Vols. and Col. Rich..."
Townsend--Townshend, 1066-1909: the History, Genealogy And Alliances of the English And American House of Townsend (1909)
Text:".... 1802, Y. C. 1821 d. in N. H. i860 His sis. Catharine Terry was the 2d wife of Rev. Dr. Leonard Bacon. 1. Clara Howe Terry, b. Sept., 1826. 2. AlfredHoweTerry, b. Nov. 10, 1827; grad. Yale Law School..."
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Our Ancestors: Samuel Terry, Benjamin Troope, John Swift, Isaac Williams, Clark Mills, Wright Nicholson, Elisah Doubleday
Text:".... a There twenty-two descendants were of Samuel of Springfield who served in the Revolutionary War. AlfredHoweTerry, Brig. Gen. in the regular in a army the Civil War descendant from Eph- was a raim (12..."
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History of the Seventh Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, Hawley's Brigade, Terry's Division, Tenth Army Corps, 1861-1865
Text:"..., no Palmetto on the St. John, 125 City Point, 130 Pontoon Bridge, 144 Frontispiece i^ 28 ^q General AlfredHoweTerry, r^ t General Joseph d Roswell Hawley, Hilton Head, Winter at "Lone Tybee," Winter..."
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Historical Catalogue of the Members of the First Church of Christ in New Haven, Connecticut (Center Church), 1639-1914
Text:"... the Pilgrim Church. See 3594- March i. 4281. c Mary E. Tuttle (Frederick Leighton May 3. 4283. AlfredHoweTerry Bacon 4273. c Mary Clark Loveridge (Fred Oscar) Robbins Brother of 4276. 4278. c Laura..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... of the property being divided among relatives in the east, with the exception of $1000, which will be held in trust by the New Haven Trust company for the creation of a suitable memorial to the late AlfredHowe..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... OF HIS CABEEB. Gen. AlfredHoweTerry was born In Hartford, Conn., November 10. 1827. He studied law at Yale and began practicing in 1849, being clerk to the superior and supreme courts of Connecticut from..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... in uniform style with the author's other works. Cloth, $1. Boston: Lee & Shepard; Indianapolis: Bowen-Merrill Company. OBITUARY. Major-General AlfredHoweTerry, Crook's Predecessor in Command of the Writ. New..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...* the Ifreedmen, &e. WA8UINIJTON, August 10, 1805. Tito Hkiialo c >rr?sp'>0ileut ?( UicUru'jud sou(Li itio following iinjur tliiH dale* pkomotlo* or crn krai. tkiwt. Major Oeasrtl AlfredHoweTerry..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...'laucineo yenter'ly. Funeral of mal, Gen. AlfredHoweTerry Nl'H' 11 MIS', CovN.. Dee. VI. The re. IIIIIIIIH of Mai. (it'll, Allied I luwe Tell'V, the taker of l'i. TWicr, were placed In their 1 1 1 -1 resting place..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... submitted the name of AlfredHoweTerry, of New Haven, a Republican, and one of the foremost civil engineers of the state. Mr. Terry's name like that, of Mr. Cadwell was rejected, the vote being 1 to 10..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... tall and a man of magnificent proportions. The late Gen. AlfredHoweTerry was more than 0 feet tall, and had light hair and blue eyes. His customary expression was quiet r.nd gentle. Professor Koch..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...'c UfeUw iates army, died this morning. AlfredHoweTerry was bom In Hartfurd. Conn.. Nov. 10. Is27. He was educ.-ited in tbs "Cbool of New Haven and at the Yale law fcHooi. but. bviKr ben nlready admitted..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... were put ashore. General AlfredHoweTerry was in command. A bombardment began at 3:30 that after? noon that did not entirely cease when the fleet retired in the evening, for the ironclads continued..."
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