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Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909, Company E, 39th Massachusetts Infantry, in the Civil War.—(Iv.) (search)
1864; died in Somerville about fifteen years ago. Edlefson, Charles E., injured December, 1862; discharged February 26, 1863; died in Somerville December 24, 1891. Emerson, Samuel, went out as teamster; discharged for disability, or perhaps transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps; mustered out June, 1865; on the Boston police force; died, no date. Fairchild, Willard C., transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps some time in 1863; died in the vicinity of Worcester more than ten years ago. Farrar, George A., wounded June 18, 1864; discharged later; died in Somerville June 27, 1901. Fay, Walter, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps August 1, 1863; died in Somerville September 25, 1904. Felker, Samuel O., promoted to corporal; killed in battle May 10, 1864. Fellows, Charles C., detached for special service, Ambulance Corps, from August 5, 1863, to May 2, 1865; mustered out June 2, 1865. Fitcham, Charles E., went out as corporal; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps in 1863
ven if he did wield the rod, or, less metaphorically, a cow-hide strap which he kept at hand in his desk. Mr. Farrar was born at Waterford, Me., May 22, 1814, and graduated at Bowdoin College in 1834, in the same class with an elder brother, Luther Farrar, who, according to our school records, received the call to Milk Row, but for some reason, probably that of ill health, never came. They were the sons of Calvin and Bathsheba Burt (Bates) Farrar, and were descended from Daniel, brother of DeFarrar, and were descended from Daniel, brother of Deacon Samuel Farrar, of Lincoln, Mass. After graduating, young Calvin entered on a theological course at Cambridge, but he never went into the active ministry on account of his health. He experienced so much benefit from the water cure in Brattleboro, Vt., that he was led to a careful study of that method of treatment, and opened a similar institution in his native town, which, with a competent physician to help him, proved successful for a few years. Mr. Farrar was esteemed for his social qual
., 69. Edgerly, L. C., 68, 69. Edgerly, M. A., 68, 69. Edlefson, Charles E., 14. Eighty-ninth, The, 6. Eleventh Penn., 6. Elliot, Charles D., 49, 65, 77, 86. Elm Street, Somerville, 32. Emerson, Samuel, 14. Emory, General, 59. Essex, The, 60. Estrella, The, 60. Everett, Mass., 31. Fairchild, Willard C., 14. Farmileo, William, 68. Farmville, 11. Farragut, 52, 53. Farrar, Bathsheba Burt, 34. Farrar, Calvin, 31, 34. Farrar, Daniel, 34. Farrar, George A., 14. Farrar, Luther, 34. Farrar, Samuel, 34. Fay, Walter, 14. Felch, Lieutenant, 5. Felker, Samuel O., 14. Fellows, Charles C., 14. Fellows, John, 44. Female Seminary, Charlestown, 40. Fenno, Elizabeth S., 74. Fenley, Charles, 46. Fenley, Mary, 46. Fifth Corps, 5. First Baptist Society, Somerville, 66. First Congregational Society in Somerville, The, 74. First Universalist Church, 21. Fisk, Betsey S., 67. Fisk, James A., 66. Fisk, John, 43. Fisk, J. W., 66. Fisk, Mark, 67. Fisk, Ma