legal town-meeting was held on the 1st of September, at which it was voted to raise eighteen thousand dollars for the payment of bounties to men enlisting to fill the quota of the town, and to refund the money voluntarily contributed by the forty-seven citizens to the amount of forty-seven hundred dollars. September 3d, A meeting of the subscribers to the volunteer bounty fund was held, at which they voted that the money refunded by the town should be placed in the hands of C. C. Esty, Oliver Bennett, Albert Ballord, Wm. H. Carter, and Francis Jaquith, to be expended at their discretion for the promotion of enlistments, and for the relief of the soldiers and their families.
1863. March—, The selectmen were directed to cause to be brought home and to be interred the bodies of all volunteers belonging to Framingham who may have died or shall hereafter die in the service of the country, the expenses of which to be borne by the town; and the trustees of the Edgell Grove Cemetery were