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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 10: Middlesex County. (search)
rofessional services, free of charge, to the families of volunteers. Several orders were passed to provide rations, barracks, and room for enlistments, and drill for the company being recruited by Captain S. W. Richardson; also, to provide for the families of the men who were not yet mustered into the service; also, to decorate with a flag the chair of Lieutenant Porter, a member of the common council, who had volunteered for active service. May 8th, Drs. Anson Hooker, Anson P. Hooker, Moses Clark, J. B. Taylor, and Ephraim Manster tendered their professional services to the families of volunteers. May 15th, The ladies of the First Universalist Church made an offer of $304.25, contributed by said society for aid to volunteers. June 8th, Two hundred dollars were voted to Captain John T. Burgess, for expenses incurred by him in raising a company of volunteers, which was afterwards increased to three hundred dollars. This company afterwards went to New York and joined The Excelsior
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 14: Suffolk County. (search)
1865, $378,303,357. The city officers in 1861 were Joseph M. Wightman, mayor; Jonathan Preston, Thomas P. Rich, Silas Peirce, Samuel Hatch, Thomas C. Coffin, Jr., James L. Hanson, Samuel R. Spinney, Nehemiah Gibson, G. Washington Parmenter, Moses Clark, John F. Pray, Elisha T. Wilson, aldermen. In 1862, Joseph M. Wightman, mayor; Thomas P. Rich, Thomas C. Amory, Jr., James L. Hanson, Samuel R. Spinney, G. Washington Parmenter, John F. Pray, Elisha T. Wilson, Francis Richards, Joseph L. Henshaw, Joseph F. Paul, Calvin A. Richards, Otis Norcross, aldermen. In 1863, Frederick W. Lincoln, Jr., mayor; Thomas C. Amory, Jr., Silas Peirce, Samuel R. Spinney, Joseph L. Henshaw, Joseph F. Paul, Sylvanus L. Denio, Moses Clark, Robert Marsh, Lemuel M. Standish, John S. Tyler, Hiram A. Stevens, aldermen. In 1864, Frederick W. Lincoln, Jr., mayor; George W. Messenger, Otis Norcross, Lemuel M. Standish, Sylvanus A. Denio, Robert Marsh, Hiram A. Stevens, George W. Warren, Nathaniel C. Nash, Wi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
W. L. Dobbins, R. M. Graham, A. H. Graham, Private Jas. W. Graham, Daniel J. Hix, A. J. Hatcher, J. L. Hatcher, D. W. Lewis, J. R. Morris, T. H. Palmer, T. B. Palmer, Banister Stone, E. B. Smith, R. O. Tribble, P. M. Whitfield, W. W. Wright, T. D. Wofford. Co. E. 1st Sergeant T. J. Bowen, 2d Sergeant W. T. Bowen, 4th Sergeant Z. H. Smith, 5th Sergeant D. A. Chamblin, Corporal F. G. Odell, G. B. Chamblin, Private W. R. Boren, Thos. Bates, J. W. Chapman, Moses Clark, Joseph Emerson, P. N. Gasaway, T. L. Freeman, J. J. King, J. M. King, Private Moses Lesley, T. J. Manly, Morton Manly, Henry Manly, J. A. McWhorter, J. B. W. McConnel, George McAdams, John Mauldin, C. P. Reynolds, G. M. Simmons, L. R. Smith, Wm. Smith, Elisha Skelton, E. H. Laurence. Jas. K. Satterfield. Co. F. 1st Sergeant Samuel Agnew, 2d Sergeant W. J. Stevenson, 4th Sergeant A. N. Eskew, 5th Sergeant W. D. Hall, 1st Corporal L. E. Campbe