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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 4: Bristol County. (search)
Simmons; in 1862, Oliver P. Simmons, George F. Garitt, Nathan Walker; in 1863, George E. Gooding, Weston Earle, Charles H. Gooding; in 1864, Jeremiah P. Edson, Noah Chace, James H. Codding; in 1865, Jeremiah P. Edson, Noah Chace, Allen Talbot. The town-clerk during all these years was William Wood. The town-treasurer in 1861Noah Chace, Allen Talbot. The town-clerk during all these years was William Wood. The town-treasurer in 1861, 1862, 1863, and 1864, was Noah Chace: in 1865, Oliver P. Simmons. 1861. A day or two after the President issued his first call for troops, in April, 1861, a meeting of the citizens of Dighton was held, and initiatory steps were taken to form a military company; and a petition was signed, requesting the selectmen to call an inNoah Chace: in 1865, Oliver P. Simmons. 1861. A day or two after the President issued his first call for troops, in April, 1861, a meeting of the citizens of Dighton was held, and initiatory steps were taken to form a military company; and a petition was signed, requesting the selectmen to call an informal town-meeting, to be followed by a legal meeting, as soon as the proper notice could be given. At the informal meeting, patriotic and stirring speeches were made by several of our ministers and a number of citizens; and a committee was chosen to present a series of resolutions at the coming town-meeting. The greatest enthu