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Company G-John W. Harrington, Marlboro.
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Company K-D. McD. McLeod, Marlboro.
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When the toscin of war sounded he raised the first company of volunteers in Marlboro and was elected Captain of it.
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This company, with another from Marlboro organized about the same time under Captain J.W. Hamington, formed part of the Eighth Regiment, of Kershaw's Brigade.
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Was elected Sheriff of Marlboro County in October, 1852, and went into office February, 1853.
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It may well be one of the machines sent to southern New Hampshire in 1809 or 1810, as it is known to have been run in Nashua and Jeffrey, New Hampshire, in the 1820's and 1830's, after which it was run by James Townsend in Marlboro, New Hampshire, from 1837 until 1890, when it was exhibited at the Mechanics Fair in Boston.
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While waiting he lit up a Marlboro.
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Rev. Horace Moulton, a Methodist Clergyman of Marlboro' Mass., who lived five years in Georgia.
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Thomas Clay, Esq. of Georgia, from an address to the Georgia Presbytery, 1834, speaking of the quality of the corn given to the slaves, says, "There is _often a defect here_." Rev. Horace Moulton, a Methodist clergyman at Marlboro, Mass. and five years a resident of Georgia.
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Next Grafton would come hurrying in from Kent to Marlboro Street, disavowing all knowledge of the messenger from New York, and intent only upon comforting his father.
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W. R. BUCK, Upper Marlboro, Md. October 4, 1911.
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Examples of Marlboro

Example #1
I was informed by one of General Gary's staff officers since the war, that while they were doing outpost duty on the lower James, Jews came in daily with passports from the authorities at Richmond, authorizing them to pass the lines.
Example #2
On many occasions they claimed they were robbed by our pickets.
Example #3
But the men stoutly denied the charge, and each supported the other in his denials, until a search was ordered, but nothing was found.
Example #4
General Gary, who could not tolerate such treachery, had the men called up and the Jews pointed out the men who had plundered them.
Example #5
This company, with another from Marlboro organized about the same time under Captain J.W. Hamington, formed part of the Eighth Regiment, of Kershaw's Brigade.
Example #6
He was then quietly leading a happy and contented life when South Carolina seceded.